The authors of a noodle cookbook tell us how to make the most out of our pasta. Then, the mayor of Wausau tells us about the PFAs water contamination problems facing the city, and a water law professor shares how the Department of Natural Resources is dealing with the issue.
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Food Friday: All noodles, all the time
Spaghetti, vermicelli, bucatini, lo mein: who doesn’t love a big bowl of carb-y noodles? We talk to two card-carrying noodle lovers about their new cookbook “That Noodle Life.”
When state rulemaking holds up contamination cleanup
Wausau’s mayor talks with us about the “forever chemicals” problems facing the city. Then we talk with a water policy expert in the wake of a Waukesha County judge’s ruling earlier this week that the state Department of Natural Resources may not force businesses to clean up toxic waste involving chemicals including PFAS, until there’s a state statute for it.
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