Local companies and co-ops have done more for rural broadband expansion in Wisconsin, experts say
After receiving tens of millions from federal government for internet upgrades, big telecom companies ask state for millions more
Different, and some would say more effective, election frameworks exist. Some are starting to emerge in the U.S. One is proportional representation.
Investigative story on fired law enforcement officers rehired at new agencies nominated in the category of Best Public Service Story or Series.
The Evjue Foundation and La Crosse Community Foundation each awarded $5,000 for investigative journalism.
The certification – which includes personalized feedback for officers – improves policing, experts say
At least 12 current officers in western Wisconsin were fired or forced out from previous jobs in law enforcement
At least 12 law enforcement officers currently working in La Crosse County and the surrounding areas have been fired or forced out from previous jobs in law enforcement, according to an investigation by The Badger Project.
Legislature quietly and unanimously enact legislation intended to improve policing hiring transparency, reduce bad apples
With little fanfare and no opposition, a bill proponents hope will cut down on bad apples in law enforcement passed the legislature and was signed by the governor way back in November.
Illinois, Michigan combine for more than $600 million in 2021 tax revenue from recreational marijuana
While Wisconsin considers medical marijuana, neighboring states reap the rewards
Winning a national championship is a dream come true — but for UW coaches, it’s also a big payday.
Crossing structures can reduce crashes by as much as 80 percent in some areas of the country