Mar 31, 2022
Several Madison East High School parents have formed Moms on a Mission to intervene and calm things down at the school, where a number of fights have taken place this year. They have some specific policy ideas for the district that don't involve reinstating police in schools. Plus, summer school enrollments are still...
Mar 30, 2022
The pandemic fundamentally changed the way we work, the way we think about work and the way employers think about their people. On the podcast today, Rob talks through the latest in our Lasting Impacts series, this one about what the workplace and the workforce might look post-pandemic.
Mar 29, 2022
It's one week until local elections! Plus, a coalition of Indigenous nations in South Dakota have served an eviction notice on a hotel that's accused of discrimination and a COVID testing clinic in Madison will stay open after all.
Mar 28, 2022
The Wisconsin Latino Chamber of Commerce got some big money from the state to expand and reach business owners all across Wisconsin. Plus, a new Rock County judge and a new CEO at WHEDA, and a mini-rant about the poor treatment of women's soccer.
Mar 25, 2022
The artistic director and school director of Madison Ballet are now both Black men. What does that mean for the company? Plus, Forward Madison sign a defender that broke the hearts of US Men's National Team fans and COVID stats continue to improve.