The prosecution and defense teams will deliver their final arguments on Monday in the trial of former-Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, who is charged in the death of George Floyd. We’ll talk to an expert about the latest news and the charges. Paper company Kimberly-Clark will relocate some jobs from its Neenah campus to Chicago. We’ll learn more about how this could impact the local economy. And Green Bay was named the latest “Bee City USA”.
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The Latest In The Derek Chauvin Trial
Closing arguments are expected to begin Monday in the trial of the Minneapolis police officer in the death of George Floyd. We look at the arguments made by the prosecution and the defense, how jury deliberations work and possible outcomes.
UW-Green Bay Designated 'Bee City USA'
The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay has been officially recognized as an ally in the fight to conserve native pollinators. We learn about what the “Bee City USA” designation means and hear about what steps we can take in our yards to help Wisconsin’s endangered species.
The Impact Of Kimberly-Clark's Job Relocation Announcement
Paper products manufacturer Kimberly-Clark says it will move more than 250 jobs from the Fox Valley to Chicago. We talk to a reporter and a regional economist about how the move will impact the local economy, and what it means for the company’s tax deal with the state of Wisconsin.
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