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Meg Kissinger, reporter for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

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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.

Trailblazing reporter was advocate for seniors, the disabled
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Trailblazing reporter was advocate for seniors, the disabled

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.

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.

Marquette College of Communication announces next class of journalists to join O’Brien Fellowship in Public Service Journalism
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Marquette College of Communication announces next class of journalists to join O’Brien Fellowship in Public Service Journalism

Begun in 2012-13, the O’Brien Fellowship has already enabled seven newsroom professionals to produce the highest caliber of work – stories with the potential to change policies and lives.

Marquette College of Communication students contribute to investigative journalism focusing on hazardous chemicals used in the flavoring industry
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Marquette College of Communication students contribute to investigative journalism focusing on hazardous chemicals used in the flavoring industry

“Our students have gained invaluable experience by working with a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter to produce journalism that will affect Wisconsin and beyond.”

Marquette College of Communication accepting applications for 2015-16 O’Brien Fellowship in Public Service Journalism
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Marquette College of Communication accepting applications for 2015-16 O’Brien Fellowship in Public Service Journalism

The O’Brien Fellowship in Public Service Journalism allows three newsroom professionals to do the best work of their careers on issues of vital importance.

Murphy’s Law: Another Newspaper Attack on Chief Flynn
Murphy’s Law

Another Newspaper Attack on Chief Flynn

Has the Journal Sentinel renewed its war against the police chief or was its Sunday story simply botched reporting?

How to Bridge the Health Care Gap

How to Bridge the Health Care Gap

Experts discuss how to reduce health disparities between rich and poor, and the city's high rate of black infant mortality.

Murphy’s Law: Is Superintendent Korte In Trouble With The School Board?
Murphy’s Law

Is Superintendent Korte In Trouble With The School Board?

At first glance, Milwaukee school superintendent Spence Korte looks like he could be on the chopping block.