A recent collection of photographs highlights the best work of a female Wisconsinite who covered World War II, Vietnam and other major conflicts. Our guest joins us to talk about the life and work of a pioneer in journalism. We also get the latest on major news stories from around the state this week.
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State News Roundup For October 9, 2015
State lawmakers have introduced proposals to reform the Government Accountability Board, and Governor Walker is calling for more borrowing for delayed transportation projects. Our guest news editor joins us to cover these headlines and other major stories from around the state.
The Life And Legacy Of Dickey Chapelle
A new book celebrates the life and work of phtojournalist Dickey Chapelle, the first American female war correspondent to be killed in action. A former Milwaukee reporter, her archived material is held by the Wisconsin Historical Society.
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