Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism
Dec 17th, 2017 by Elias Radtke and Dee J. Hall
Study shows Walker appointees overwhelmingly favor employers in workers comp cases.
Broken WhistleDec 5th, 2017 by Leo Vartorella
Two state employees say they were harassed after reporting suspected fraud at their agencies.
Broken WhistleDec 4th, 2017 by Bobby Ehrlich
Supreme Court justice called 2015 decision 'absurd,’ charging it weakens protections.
Documenting HateNov 26th, 2017 by Alexandra Hall
State chapter of “Proud Boys” is anti-immigrant, anti-feminism, pro-"western values.”
Nov 13th, 2017 by Mukhtar Ibrahim
Increase in anti-Semitic, racist incidents reflects national increase in hate groups.
Broken WhistleNov 6th, 2017 by Julie Spitzer and Dee J. Hall
State losing millions in federal settlements because Walker, GOP killed whistleblower law.
Flawed ForensicsNov 3rd, 2017 by Katherine Proctor
FBI has admitted flawed analysis, several states have launched review of these cases.
Campaign CashOct 26th, 2017 by Carrie Levine
Ryan and Republicans enjoyed fancy post-convention “cloakroom" paid for by 20 companies.
Oct 25th, 2017 by Katherine Proctor and Dee J. Hall
WCIJ finds nine cases in Wisconsin, among hundreds nationally.
Broken WhistleOct 16th, 2017 by Gretchen Christensen and Madeline Sweitzer
GOP’s repeal of False Claims Act a “green light” to steal from taxpayers?
Oct 9th, 2017 by Dee J. Hall and Riley Vetterkind
Immigrant labor produces 79 percent of nation’s milk. Can they be replaced?
Sep 10th, 2017 by Dee J. Hall/Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism & Courtnee Brinker, Abhinanda Datta, Shahzeb Hashim, Lauren Jensik, Holly Kane, Hannah Moulthrop and Ezra Solomon/The Medill Justice Project
DNA tests and evidence tampering allegations raise questions about 2000 conviction of Ken Hudson.