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Part II: Commemorating the Sikh Temple shooting
On the 10-year anniversary of the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin massacre, we speak with a son who lost his father and his anti-hate message. Then, we talk to a Columbine High School mass-shooting survivor about finding hope.
Part I: Commemorating the Sikh Temple shooting
Ten years after the mass shooting at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin, we speak with the former mayor on building community and a geographer who studies how to memorialize after a tragedy.
Report: Long-term affects of farmland conversion
A new report from the American Farmland Trust says between 2016 and 2040 more than 515,000 acres of Wisconsin's farmland will be paved over, fragmented, or converted. Two Wisconsin researchers explain why land use-planning matters.
Plea bargains and criminal justice, How to end illegal scam calls
We explore new research about how prosecutors pursue plea bargains even when a defendant might be innocent. Then, the head of consumer protection discusses a new task force to end illegal scam calls.
The latest tabletop games and comics from two prolific Wisconsin creators
The global board game sector was worth $7.2 billion in 2017 and is expected to grow to $15 billion by next year. A successful tabletop game developer in Milwaukee and a game illustrator and comic book creator from Madison take us into the world of role playing, crowdfunding and creativity.
Election rundown with Ballotpedia, Coal plants continue in Wisconsin
First we hear from the CEO of the nationwide digital archive of election data, Ballotpedia. Then, a reporter unpacks the decision to delay closing three coal-fired plants in Wisconsin.
Live Bob, dislike his podcast
How do you expect to have any sort of podcast following if you don’t post them?His show is hit and miss in my area because NASCAR often trumps his broadcast. Please put at least a small amount of effort into posting his shows if you expect to have any success with a podcast.