(WORT) — This week we cover Madison College’s decision to expand its south side campus, Community Pharmacy struggling on State Street, the no confidence vote by the UW-Madison Faculty Senate and Nigel O’Shea reviews Thai Basil.
(WORT) — This week we cover Wisconsin’s right-to-work law being put on hold, the Madison Common Council proposing to take away powers from the mayor, and Tone Madison editor Scott Gordon talks to Madison rock duo Dick the Bruiser.
(WORT) — This week we cover the Day without Latinos Rally, the State of the Tribes Address, and Nigel O’Shea reviews the fish fry at the East Side Club in Madison.
(WORT) — This week we cover the Democratic presidential debate in Milwaukee, a new lawsuit over the Enbridge oil pipeline in Dane County, and learn how apps have changed the dating game.
How would the privatization of water utilities affect water quality across the city and state? Today Molly Stentz talks with Abigail F. Cantor, a chemical engineer specializing in water quality investigations and proactive prevention of water quality issues, and Kim Wright, Executive Director of Midwest Environmental Advocates to discuss water quality. Wisconsin lawmakers’ Assembly Bill 554 just […]
The CAFO debate continues. How are towns across the state sticking together to fight the concentrated animal feeding operations? Today sub host and WORT news director Molly Stentz talks with members of the Ashland City Council and Mary Dougherty, a spokesperson and founder of Farms Not Factories. In the studio Molly was joined by Ashland City […]