Jonathan Maye-Cates: I’m a proud American who just happens to be Black. Too often in our history, skin tone has been viewed as the defining factor of a person’s existence.
The plan to develop a $36 million combined police and fire station will loom over the city’s next mayor. Are the candidates for the city’s top job prepared to take a position on the proposal?
After discovering an attempt to “cancel” Vonnegut, Rachel MacFarland decided to reread his classic work and defend his honor.
A Housing First policy is not only the moral solution, it also would save money, as Republican-led Utah has shown.
The La Crosse Times joined us for this special holiday episode, in which we take an irreverent look back at the dark days of 2020, and forward to 2021.
What will it take to stop Line 3? Rachel MacFarland and Roxanne Aubrey joined a demonstration against the pipeline and considered the power of protest.
Jonathan Maye-Cates talks with DNR Secretary Preston Cole about his time as Milwaukee’s “tree guy,” the state’s $7.8 billion outdoor recreation market and his favorite cocktail. Check out their conversation here.
Mayo’s La Crosse hospital provided more charity care than Gundersen’s in 2019. Overall, the amount of uncompensated care provided by Wisconsin hospitals rose significantly last year.
Jim Goodman: Vilsack is more than acceptable to Republicans and centrists, but his nomination was a red flag to reformist progressives, small farm and environmental advocates.
After months of deliberation, the school board voted Monday to reduce but not eliminate the cops in schools program.