Wisconsin made national headlines this week for its disorganized election process. This week on Isthmus on WORT, producer Jonah Chester sat down with Isthmus reporter Judy Davidoff to review the week’s events and what fall-out may result from Tuesday’s chaos. You can read her coverage of the election online at Isthmus.com.
Will the Peace Agreement between the FARC and the Colombian government achieve a lasting, just peace? What can we expect from the Trump Administration on government policy towards Colombia? How can the Colombia Support Network collaborate with other organizations to advance program objectives and to speak with a louder voice? All this and more will […]
(WORT) — The number of new breweries opening in Wisconsin is now lagging the rest of the nation by some 50%, according to the latest figures from the Brewers Association. Some entrepreneurs are blaming lawmakers for arcane rules slipped into the 2011 budget that make it harder for smaller players to expand or grow their business.
(WORT) — In the latest edition of Isthmus, Allison Geyer reports on the success of the dual-language immersion classes in the Madison Metropolitan School District and some unintended consequences of the growing program. She joined Dylan Brogan at the WORT studios.
Drew Madden, president of Nordic Consulting Partners, is accused of sexually harassing one of his subordinates. The company also faces charges that it fired the woman when she complained about.
MADISON (WORT) — Isthmus’ Jay Rath reports on the whether yet another corporate shakeup at Oscar Meyer will end the company’s 122-year-old history with the City of Madison.