Wisconsin is celebrating the 100th anniversary of ratifying the 19th Amendment. Did you know many women who paved the way in that fight were journalists?
Plans for a new Wisconsin Historical Society museum include a prominent interactive display featuring the state’s newspapers.
In recognition of the newspaper’s increased reliance on subscriptions, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on Wednesday began making more content exclusively available to its subscribers.
WNA Executive Director Beth Bennett urged legislators to support the measure allowing for electronic public notice affidavits.
The Sauk County Board have to settle an open records lawsuit with the Baraboo News Republic.
Current and former Madison School Board members are questioning whether private meetings with the district superintendent violate open meetings laws.
State justice department agents are investigating whether five Rhinelander officials violated the open meetings law by participating in a walking quorum.
Scott Peterson, a veteran Milwaukee journalist and president of the WNA Foundation, has been named managing editor of the Watertown Daily Times.
Legislation initiated by the WNA that would allow newspapers to send public notice affidavits via email received unanimous support today from the Assembly Judiciary Committee.
The federal Department of Labor is proposing an increase in the base salary level of exempt employees who work primarily by salary and do not receive overtime pay. The increase would be about a 50% jump in a single year from $23,660 to $35,308 annually.