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Two mayors describe their opinions about the Waukesha water diversion plan.
Mayor Tom Barrett and state Rep. LaTonya Johnson, D-Milwuakee, on unrest in the city.
UW System President Ray Cross and state Sen. Steve Nass, R-Whitewater, and UW System
UW-Stout Chanellor Bob Meyer on Gov. Scott Walker's proposed tuition freeze extension.
Former GAB director Kevin Kennedy and newly appointed elections commission member
WPR's Shawn Johnson reports from the Democratic National Convention in Philadephia.
WPR's Shawn Johnson reports from the Republican National Convention in Cleveland.
Pollster Charles Franklin analyzes the latest Marquette Law School Poll.
The Yahara 2070 uses science to predict changes the watershed may experience.
The Great Lakes Governors Association approved the diversion of water from Lake Michigan.
New research looks into how Wisconsin is investing into job training.
Mayor Shawn Reilly says it's the best way to attain safe drinking water for Waukesha.
Minister Caliph Muab'El is the executive director of Breaking Barriers Mentoring.
Art Howell discusses the "New Unified" tactic up policing in Racine's public schools.
State Rep. Johnson's, D-Milwaukee, district includes the Sherman Park neighborhood.
Riots erupted in Milwaukee last weekend after an armed black man was killed by police.
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