The bottom line is that the finalists law exists for a reason: the public interest in key hiring decisions. Yet it’s a law that is routinely disregarded. The public deserves better.
After 30 years as sports editor, Greg Ceilley announced his retirement last week from The Review in Plymouth, Wisconsin.
Wisconsin’s birth rate has fallen steadily over the past three decades. The number of babies delivered for every 1,000 people in the state is at its lowest point in at least a generation.
The Legislative Council Study Committee on the Use of Police Body Cameras held its first meeting Thursday at the Wisconsin State Capitol in Madison.
No matter your favorite food, there’s a festival for everyone! Here are a few of Wisconsin’s unique food festivals, ranging from classic to quirky.
Eric A. Johnson, editor and publisher of FYI Northwoods News, is retiring. Read his farewell column here.
Cap Times Idea Fest, a two-day event featuring lively discussions and social fun, returns Sept. 28-29 on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus.
Two accomplished journalists this week joined the advisory board of the Center for Journalism Ethics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, according to posts on the Center’s Facebook account.
When a former student accused a Little Chute teacher of sexual assault in 2009, it took nearly six months for Superintendent David Botz months to confront him, according to a report USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin obtained through an open records request. Botz never contacted police or child protective services about the student’s report, the network’s Alison Dirr reported. He told the school board that because the student was an adult when she came forward, he didn’t believe he was required under the mandatory reporter statute to make such a report.
Fourteen major-party challengers vying for a spot in the Wisconsin State Assembly outraised their incumbent opponents over the first six months of the year, a WisPolitics.com check of campaign finance reports found.