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.
News 3 Now's Naomi Kowles talks to Representative Jim Steineke about the Wisconsin racial disparities task force releasing 18 recommendations for police reform.
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…
CONTINUED: Naomi Kowles talks to Karen Timberlake about the rise in COVID-19 cases and vaccinations.
Naomi Kowles talks to Karen Timberlake about the rise in COVID-19 cases and vaccinations.
Naomi Kowles talks to Kalvin Barrett about his top goals for leading the roughly 600 member force.
News 3 Now's Eric Franke sits down with Mary Ann Nicholson and Joe Parisi to discuss their running for Dane County executive.
MADISON, Wis. -- News 3 Now's Naomi Kowles sits down with University of Wisconsin professor, Ajay Sethi, and Rural Wisconsin Health Cooperative's Ann Lewandowski. [field59_video account="WISC" key="1be4d17df8b57521420977edb01e9f9564e50a6a" vtitle="For…
News 3 Now's Eric Franke sits down with Jill Underly to talk about how to get students and teachers back in the classroom safely.
Gov. Evers joined News 3 Now's For the Record on Sunday to discuss a $91 billion budget proposal laid out earlier this week. Republicans have said they plan…
Jason Stein and Patrick Marley were the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's statehouse reporting team in 2011 when legislation that would later became known as Act 10 was first introduced, proposals that cut most public employees' paychecks and stripped their unions of nearly every collective bargaining right.
Joel DeSpain spent 25 years as one of Madison's most well-known TV reporters. Then, he shifted careers and became one of the most well-known spokespersons on TV representing the Madison Police Department.
On this week's For the Record, Naomi Kowles talks to two political experts about representatives Tom Tiffany's and Scott Fitzgerald's decision to block the certification of President-elect Joe Biden's victory in the electoral college.
In the last For the Record of 2020, News 3 Now's Naomi Kowles sits down with Political Reporter Amy Reid, PBS Wisconsin's Senior Political Reporter Zach Schultz, and Neil Heinen to discuss some of 2020's biggest stories.
With two days to go until Election Day, we are reminding voters what they need to know before heading to the polls on Tuesday.
News 3 Now Investigative Report Naomi Knowles sits down with two political science professors to talk about how pivot counties in Wisconsin could help decide this year's presidential election.
News 3 Now Political Reporter Amy Reid discusses election fraud and what protections are in place to make sure every vote counts and only counts once.
Though Election Day is scheduled for Nov. 3, the timeline this year is different. According to Madison’s city clerk, just about everything this year is different.
Neil Heinen will retire in September after 28 years of community service through television and print editorials.
It is possible to support and encourage protest, loud,insistent, passionate protest, and to condemn injuries and property damages, and we do.
The talented, passionate and dedicated team at American Family Children's Hospital have made phenomenal strides in children's healthcare over the years!
The Big Share is an online day of giving hosted by Community Shares of Wisconsin (CSW) for nearly 70 local nonprofits dedicated to building an equitable and just community and protecting our environment.