Lincoln Hills nurses failed to detect for three days in 2016 that an inmate’s appendix was about to burst — putting him at risk of dying, records show.
Washburn County has reached a potential settlement with its former HR director who alleged supervisors participated in an illegal walking quorum.
UW-Oshkosh’s longtime men’s club volleyball coach was quietly fired after an investigation concluded he sexually harassed a player, records show.
Mark Pitsch has joined the UW System’s Office of University Relations as its strategic communications manager after 12 years as an editor and reporter at the (Madison) Wisconsin State Journal. The office serves as the primary point of contact for reporters, manages the System’s website and produces a variety of print and digital publications. Pitsch, a La Crosse…
Wisconsin Policy Forum has identified 10 key questions that should be addressed by candidates running for governor and the state legislature this fall.
Are you planning to celebrate National Newspaper Week 2018? This year’s theme is “Journalism matters. NOW more than ever.”
Two Milwaukee County Zoo employees were reprimanded after their failure to lock a gate resulted in the near-escape of two male grizzly bears, records show.
An emerging class of chemicals that have prompted heightened security concerns nationally have been found at four Wisconsin military sites.
The Oshkosh Police Department can now destroy some body camera footage after 120 days instead of seven years, the Oshkosh Northwestern reported.
The Department of Labor has announced that it will conduct public listening sessions to gather input on changes to Fair Labor Standards Act exemptions.