Four state open government champions — from California, Georgia, South Dakota and Texas — will be inducted into the National Freedom of Information Coalition’s Open Government Hall of Fame, the organization announced this week.
National political strategists David Axelrod and Karl Rove will be on the UW-Green Bay campus for a point-counterpoint conversation at 6 p.m. Wednesday, April 3 at the Weidner Center.
Join the Wisconsin Newspaper Association Foundation on Friday, March 29, in Madison or at WisEye.org for the Wisconsin Civics Games finals.
The Journalism Competition and Preservation Act would allow news publishers to collectively negotiate for a better deal with tech platforms to sustain high-quality journalism.
A week after a group of Merrill citizens filed recall papers for five of eight city council members accused of not protecting the interests of constituents, about 50 people gathered for a recall rally.
Although two sheriff’s deputies apparently each drove to work while intoxicated and in possession of a firearm, neither was referred for criminal charges.
Jessica Arp, assistant news director for WISC-TV and Channel3000.com, is the 2019 recipient of the Distinguished Wisconsin Watchdog Award.
Kynala Phillips, a senior and First Wave scholar at UW-Madison, is one of 20 recipients of a 2019 ProPublica Diversity Scholarship.
Paul Seeling, president of Gateway Publishing, Inc., was elected president of the Wisconsin Newspaper Association Board of Directors on Thursday, March 7, at the Madison Concourse Hotel during the group’s 165th Convention & Trade Show.
Phil Hands, nationally syndicated editorial cartoonist for the (Madison) Wisconsin State Journal, recently discussed his work for a piece in the Gateway Journalism Review.