Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism
Flawed ForensicsMay 22nd, 2018 by Dee J. Hall
Man served 27 years, one of 13 cases in state where DNA proved hair forensics flawed.
May 21st, 2018 by Luke Schaetzel
Will join former college football players who have filed 111 lawsuits against NCAA.
State Lottery LuckMar 20th, 2018 by Peter Coutu
Several big winners have close ties to retailers selling the winning tickets.
Losing TrackMar 13th, 2018 by Riley Vetterkind
It’s too punitive, and using smart phones would be more community oriented, he says.
Losing TrackMar 10th, 2018 by Riley Vetterkind
10% of offenders monitored by state are homeless and harder to track.
Losing TrackMar 8th, 2018 by Riley Vetterkind
Opponents say yes. Courts wrestle with the issue.
Losing TrackMar 7th, 2018 by Riley Vetterkind
Malfunctions, unnecessary jailings plague growing offender monitoring program.
Feb 2nd, 2018 by Luke Schaetzel
Is the team and NCAA doing enough to protect them?
Jan 21st, 2018 by Alexandra Hall and Dee J. Hall
“Independent” medical examiners can favor employers in workers comp cases, experts say.
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.