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We are sharing Wisconsin State Journal staffers' favorite work from 2019. From health reporter David Wahlberg: I spent much of this year doing reporting projects on two topics involving the state's growing aging population: fatal falls, for which Wisconsin leads the nation; and dementia, a c…
We are sharing Wisconsin State Journal staffers' favorite work from 2019. From reporter Dean Mosiman: I see many sides of life covering the city of Madison. My five favorite stories, for very different reasons: Six candidates from a comedian to a legend run for mayor, each with a chance to m…
"There's just a lot more to a lot of the things we do," patrol officer Steve MacKesey said.
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We are sharing Wisconsin State Journal staffers' favorite work from 2019. Editorial cartoonist Phil Hands picks those on his short list.
Meanwhile, two nonprofits have won city approvals for a $12.7 million, four-story child care and housing project next door, continuing a dramatic transformation of the south side of that part of East Washington Avenue.
In nearly a year since his return, Johnson said he's made changes to improve his mental and physical well-being — informed in part by his experience at the United Way of Greater Cincinnati.