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.
Report for America chooses Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism for local news effort
Beginning in June, a Report for America corps member will focus on criminal justice issues in Wisconsin, including wrongful convictions and official misconduct.
Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism joins the Trust Project to increase transparency and trust in the news
The Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism announced it has joined the Trust Project, an effort to increase transparency and trust in journalism. Starting today, readers will see specially designed Trust Indicators linked from every new story the Center publishes.
Is democracy decaying in Wisconsin? University of Wisconsin-Madison journalism students investigate
A class led by the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism explores the role of citizens in this post-Citizens United, voter ID, gerrymandered world
‘Wisconsin Idea’ grant to help UW-Madison students produce investigative reporting projects
$120,000 in Baldwin funding supports UW-Madison student investigations with the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism over the next three years.