articles tagged "Center for Investigative Journalism"

Freight Trains Rattle Central Wisconsin

Monday, 23 June 2014 | buzz
Taylor Chase

Bigger, heavier and more frequent freight trains are now rolling through Central Wisconsin. Why? They’re hauling away Wisconsin sand, and it’s all due to the frack-sand industry. The Center for Investigative Journalism’s Taylor Chase has the story. more »

Working for Nothing

Tuesday, 20 May 2014 | buzz
Matt Barnidge

Lots of talk about the minimum wage lately, but what about those folks who work for nothing? Unpaid internships are on the rise but may be soon curtailed in the federal courts. The Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism’s Matthew Barnidge brings us the story. more »

Oil in One Lake, Algae in Another

Tuesday, 1 April 2014 | buzz
Kate Golden

Tar sands oil and Lake Superior: potentially a dangerous combination? Then there’s all the usual green goop in the lakes here in town. Kate Golden tells us more. more »

What Are You Drinking?

Monday, 3 March 2014 | buzz
wisconsin watch

Kate Golden and Ron Seely from the Center for Investigative Journalism joins us with an update on what’s in the drinking water in northeast Wisconsin. more »

Thirsty? Have Some Synthetic Estrogen

Monday, 6 January 2014 | buzz
Test tubes

Synthetic estrogen found in half of tested wells in northeast Wisconsin. CIJ’s Kate Golden has the story. more »

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