Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism

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Gilman Halsted, retired Wisconsin Public Radio reporter, named Distinguished Wisconsin Watchdog
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Gilman Halsted, retired Wisconsin Public Radio reporter, named Distinguished Wisconsin Watchdog

Over the course of two decades, Halsted became a familiar voice to WPR listeners.

Kaiser Joins Board of Madison News Site

Kaiser Joins Board of Madison News Site

Ex-Journal Sentinel editor will serve at Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism.

Attorney Robert J. Dreps, advocate for open government, to receive Distinguished Wisconsin Watchdog Award
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Attorney Robert J. Dreps, advocate for open government, to receive Distinguished Wisconsin Watchdog Award

Dreps, who last month was inducted into the Wisconsin Newspaper Hall of Fame, is retiring from full-time practice at the Madison office of Godfrey & Kahn.

Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism hires National Geographic editor to lead digital, multimedia work
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Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism hires National Geographic editor to lead digital, multimedia work

Dukehart has received numerous multimedia awards from the National Press Photographers Association, Pictures of the Year International and the White House News Photographers Association.

Distinguished Wisconsin Watchdog Award nominations sought from the public
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Distinguished Wisconsin Watchdog Award nominations sought from the public

Award recognizes an individual’s extraordinary contributions to open government or investigative journalism in Wisconsin.

Dee J. Hall named first managing editor of Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism
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Dee J. Hall named first managing editor of Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism

Hall becomes the first managing editor of WCIJ

Cruel and Unusual: Journalists Sue State Dept of Corrections For Records
Cruel and Unusual

Journalists Sue State Dept of Corrections For Records

Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism requested records on inmate treatment under open records but state won't release them.