MADISON – The state Department of Justice and the UW Board of Regents have withdrawn a motion seeking to bar a former UW-Oshkosh Advance-Titan reporter from publishing information from documents they argued were released by mistake. The motion sought to force Alex Nemec, who now works for the Oconomowoc Enterprise, to destroy personnel records he received from the school and to prohibit him from publishing any information gleaned from the…
A Dane County Circuit Court judge will hear arguments Nov. 13 in The Lakeland Times’ public records lawsuit against the Wisconsin Department of Justice.
A former Lee Enterprises page designer has turned her passion for the written word into a new career, opening a pop-up bookstore in her hometown.
James B. Nelson, a reporter for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, has been named president-elect of the Milwaukee Press Club.
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.
On Saturday, Aug. 25, Senator John McCain passed away following a battle with brain cancer. McCain believed in the importance of a free press and its critical role to our democracy. We are providing members with an ad featuring a quote from McCain on the need for a free press. The ad can be customized with…