For the Record

For the Record: August 1, 2021

For the Record: Naomi Kowles speaks with a UW-Madison economist to talk about Wisconsin Republicans' effort to end the extra federal unemployment benefit early. 

East Washington Avenue: A deadly problem

After the deadliest year in at least a decade, the city says they're planning new solutions. Could traffic cameras and protected bike and pedestrian spaces be next?

After the deadliest year in at least a decade, the city of Madison says it's planning new solutions for East Washington Avenue.

For the Record: Standing up against Asian American hate

Our county is, or used to be viewed as, the greatest country in the world. It's where immigrants from all over the world saw a beacon of light shining on the hill giving them hope for a better life. But hate crimes against Asian Americans skyrocketed in the past year, many of them blamed for the spread of the coronavirus.

For the Record Part 2: April 25, 2021

News 3 Now's Naomi Kowles talks to Fred Royale, Milwaukee chapter of NAACP, about the Wisconsin racial disparities task force releasing 18 recommendations for police reform.

For the Record Part 1: April 25, 2021

News 3 Now's Naomi Kowles talks to Representative Jim Steineke about the Wisconsin racial disparities task force releasing 18 recommendations for police reform.

For the Record: The future of severe weather forecasting

News 3 Now's Gary Cannalte Sits down with Dr. Kim Klockow-McClain and Dr. Victor Gensin to discuss how people respond to severe weather warning, and the future of science to determine those warnings. [field59_video account="WISC" key="332a78ff997ec8af1e6afeb38b1d54e01e1d00cf" vtitle="For the record Part…