Different Drivers At Four-Way Stops, State News Roundup

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The rate of youth suicide in Wisconsin is almost a third higher than the national average. We find out what measures are in the governor’s budget to provide more mental health treatment for the state’s children. The state education department’s goal of cutting the achievement gap, and a visit from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, also get a closer look. Plus, we talk to a guest about the five distinct personalities of drivers you meet at a four-way stop.

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  • State News Roundup For May 5, 2017

    Wisconsin’s youth suicide rate is nearly a third higher than the national rate. On Thursday the USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin held a day of action in Madison, featuring Governor Scott Walker as a speaker. The event is part of the organization’s Kids in Crisis series, which is in its second year. A news editor joins us to talk about what proposals were included in the governor’s budget to adding youth mental health support in schools. He also rounds up some of the other top news from the past week, including the state education department’s goal of cutting Wisconsin’s achievement gap in half over the next six years and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s trip to Wisconsin.

  • The Five People You Meet At A 4-Way Stop

    When it comes to driving etiquette the 4-way stop can be the Wild West of intersections. We talk to a Volume One writer who lays out the five different personalities you’ll encounter at these confusing crossroads.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Veronica Rueckert Host
  • Amanda Magnus Producer
  • Karl Christenson Producer
  • Rob Mentzer Guest
  • Mike Paulus Guest