Friday, August 29, 2014, 7:00am
Tensions have eased in Ferguson, Missouri, after nearly two weeks of protests and police action following a police officer’s shooting of an African-American teen. In the wake of extensive criticism of Ferguson’s police response, Joy Cardin gets two takes from law enforcement guests about what good policing looks like, and how to foster it in our communities.
Friday, August 29, 2014, 8:00am
A new poll shows Gov. Walker and Mary Burke remain in a dead heat, more John Doe investigation documents are released, and President Obama is coming to Wisconsin. In the Week in Review, Joy Cardin and her guests of opposing perspectives weigh in on these stories and other top national and state political news.
Sunday, August 31, 2014, 7:00am
With Labor Day coming up, it’s a good time to consider your work-life balance. In this week’s On Your Money, Joy Cardin and financial planner Kevin McKinley discuss how to achieve better results between your job and home. Plus, they discuss deducting cell phone expenses, end-of-year money moves to consider, and salute a Wisconsin-based fast-food chain.
Tuesday, September 2, 2014, 2:31pm
With Wisconsin’s Act 10 law being only a few years old, the battle over the rights of teachers’ unions may seem relatively new. According to Joy Cardin’s guest, the teaching profession has always been an embattled one. She’ll explain the origins of the “teacher wars” and what can be done to improve the education system in the United States.