Sable-Smith will work with WPR and Wisconsin Watch to deepen his skills in investigative journalism, editing and on-air radio production.
By Alexandra Hall (Wisconsin Public Radio/Wisconsin Watch) and Sarah Whites-Koditschek (Wisconsin Public Radio/Wisconsin Watch) | September 8, 2019
‘Roberto’ says he was taken from Georgia, where he worked legally but was exploited, to Wisconsin, where he worked illegally — and in the shadows.
By Corrinne Hess (Wisconsin Public Radio) | September 3, 2019
Homeowners near the Foxconn facility say they sold their homes for road widenings that were either abandoned, embellished — or never planned.
By Alexandra Hall (Wisconsin Public Radio/Wisconsin Watch) | June 18, 2017
The Hernandez family and other dairy workers are heading back to Mexico amid hostile rhetoric and rising immigration arrests in the Midwest and nationwide.
By Lauren Fuhrmann (Wisconsin Watch) | February 23, 2017
Wisconsin Public Radio and the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism are pleased to announce Alexandra Hall has been named the 2017 Mike Simonson Memorial Investigative Reporting Fellow. During the one-year fellowship, Hall will work collaboratively with WPR and WCIJ to deepen her skills in investigative journalism, editing and on-air radio production.
By Sean Kirkby, Wisconsin Health News, Dee J. Hall, Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism, and Bridgit Bowden, Wisconsin Public Radio | November 27, 2016
Recent nationwide news coverage has focused on the rising cost of EpiPens, but that medicine is just one example of lifesaving drugs with skyrocketing prices.
The Legislature’s action, wrote Hall, would “diminish opportunities for students” and “limit the freedoms of faculty members to determine how best to teach.”
By | December 9, 2010
Our package on Native American suicides was published across the country, thanks to the help of Native media organizations.