Extreme partisanship and approval of legislation despite widespread opposition have left Wisconsin residents feeling increasingly powerless, the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism has found.
Russians have been testing the vulnerability of elections in Wisconsin and other states for years, and voting systems in Wisconsin can be breached, according to security experts. Despite the risks, state and local officials say not to worry.
Workers suffer amputations, cope with extreme temperatures, in jobs more prone to injury or illness than logging, coal mining or gas and oil extraction
We’re pleased to expand opportunities for you to engage with the Center — including an invitation to share your perspectives with people who are passionate about Wisconsin. We want to hear from you about how we are doing, what you think of our stories, and how we can continue to improve.
Gov. Scott Walker and the Republican-run Legislature expand work mandate to parents of school-age children and increase requirement to 30 hours a week
Last week the Board of Directors of the Wisconsin Center Investigative Journalism approved three policies — all of which are now posted on our website — providing insights into our standards for use of unnamed sources in news stories, how we approach the issue of diversity in our news coverage and operations, and how we handle personal information we receive from users of our website.
The award-winning Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism is seeking to hire a public engagement and marketing intern for the 2018-19 academic year.
‘Los Lecheros’ documentary wins a Regional Edward R. Murrow Award; film explores conflicts involving farmers, dairy workers and Trump immigration policies.
The Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism was named a winner Monday of 14 prizes in the 2017 Milwaukee Press Club Excellence in Journalism contest, including awards for investigative, public service and explanatory reporting; single story and multi-story coverage; photography and illustration.
State lottery officials decline to reveal how they make sure frequent winners are not scamming the system; one expert sees some suspicious patterns in Wisconsin.
Robert S. Gable and his twin brother invented one of the first monitoring systems for criminal offenders; he is dismayed by how they are used today.
A class led by the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism explores the role of citizens in this post-Citizens United, voter ID, gerrymandered world