Who we are
Wisconsin Watch is a nonprofit newsroom that focuses on government integrity and quality of life issues.
Have thoughts about jobs and opportunity in Native communities? Wisconsin Watch and Indian Country Today want to hear from you.
What do you consider the job of the future? What is your dream job? Are you satisfied with your quality of life? In a collaboration convened by Indian Country Today, Wisconsin Watch is reporting on economic issues in tribal communities, and we want to hear from you.
Your donation to Wisconsin Watch supports nonpartisan, fact-checked news and the training of investigative journalists.
Latest stories from our partner: Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service
employee at a government agency makes a purchase, that transaction is the public’s business. Whenever a permit or license is issued by a government authority, this is information you should be able to obtain.
This article deals with the refusal of the Madison school district to release taxpayer-funded reports into allegations of misconduct.
Bill Lueders was a young journalist at Madison’s Isthmus newspaper in the late 1980s when he learned the value of public records. Lueders wanted to see the complaints filed by citizens against the Madison police.
Your donation today can help us expand this nonprofit, nonpartisan reporting as we seek to provide Milwaukee residents — and those across across Wisconsin — with information that can improve their lives.
Wisconsin Watch is seeking applicants from the UW-Madison School of Journalism and Mass Communication for investigative reporting internships.
Wisconsin Watch has been chosen to host a statehouse reporter, as well as a corps member to join the Mississippi River Basin Ag & Water Desk.
WIsconsin Watch Reports
We are proud to present our annual reports to showcase the work we’ve done throughout the year and to further show our commitment to our mission and guiding values.
Sign up for our newsletters.
Subscribe to get updates from Wisconsin Watch, including our newest stories, updates on our reporting and investigative must-reads.