Fact briefs address widely circulating claims about current events and policies that can be answered yes or no.
When radio reporter Juanpablo Ramirez-Franco traveled to the Iowa-Illinois border in early November, he found many residents unaware.
The tip came into Wisconsin Watch: Milwaukee Tool, an internationally recognized brand, was using forced prison labor in China to produce work gloves.
A reporter’s interviews challenged his stereotypes of the rural Midwest.
Wisconsin Watch is a small but growing nonprofit newsroom whose guiding values drive everything we do. Here are some of the best things we published in 2022.
To bring our readers the most compelling images, we travel across the state using a combination of staff photographers, photo interns, freelance photojournalists and partners at other news organizations.
Judy Davidoff, the editor of Isthmus magazine, writes about the collaboration between our news organizations on the publication of a story about policing pregnancy.
On this Nov. 14, 2022 episode of Newsmakers, WisconsinEye Host Lisa Pugh sits down with Shawn Johnson, Wisconsin Public Radio Capitol Bureau Chief, and Matthew DeFour, Wisconsin Watch Statehouse Bureau Chief, to share their latest thoughts on Wisconsin’s future.
As part of its “Democracy on the Ballot” series, Wisconsin Watch is highlighting barriers to voting as part of its commitment to strengthening democracy through stories about policies and laws that keep people from participating in our system of self-governance.
Managing editor Dee J. Hall and the League of Women Voters of Wisconsin take a look at disinformation in the news in this webinar.
Watch and listen to a preview of “Open and Shut,” the new podcast from Wisconsin Watch and WPR that shines a light on how prosecutors do their jobs — and the danger of allowing that power to go unchecked.
Partnerships and deep listening were key in attempt to build trust among Ho-Chunk Nation citizens.