The National Guard has been in the public eye a lot more this past year as they’ve been called to assist with major events like protests, the presidential inauguration, and distribution of COVID-19 vaccines. But they have also come under scrutiny as reporters like Katelyn Ferral from the Cap Times investigate allegations of sexual assault […]
Damita Brown talks about making change in our community with … Art Richardson, Sean Anderson, Gersely Rios and Davica Paul from Milestone Democratic School and how they’re going to change education. Natalie Yahr from The Cap Times about their People’s Agenda (en español) and how to get politicians talking about real issues. Photo by Ken […]
In this September 20th edition of the WORT Week-in-Review, we hear about the city council’s vote on F-35 jets, the mayor’s plan for bus rapid transit, a right to die law coming to Wisconsin, state lawmakers skirting public records requests with fees, and the origins of gentrification. Contributors to this episode are Abigail Becker, Jade […]
MADISON (WORT) — Thursday afternoon, Republicans on the Joint Finance Committee introduced Motion 999. This 24-page document includes a series of last-minute changes to the state budget, including multiple non-fiscal items.
MADISON (WORT) — Just weeks before the fall midterm election, Gov. Scott Walker’s Department of Administration discreetly requested proposals for the sale and redevelopment of the 21-acre Hill Farms site located on Madison’s west side. Cap Times reporter Mike Ivey has been following this story closely and gave Dylan Brogan the details.