State officials say tens of thousands of Wisconsinites were overpaid unemployment benefits, and in some cases, owe the state tens of thousands of dollars. A reporter and an unemployment expert break down the story. Then, we talk about the return of the Dane County Farmers’ Market and what attendees can expect. And, we discuss how the trial of Derek Chauvin is retraumatizing for some Black Americans.
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Some Wisconsinites Asked To Return Unemployment Benefits
The state says almost 80,000 Wisconsinites owe back tens of millions of dollars in unemployment money that was overpaid to them. We hear how that happened and get an update on the state of unemployment across the country.
The Return Of The Dane County Farmers' Market
While not at its traditional home on the state Capitol Square, the Dane County Farmers’ Market is back for 2021. We look at what customers to one of the nation’s largest farmers’ markets can expect this year and how organizers are helping to keep people safe.
Chauvin Trial Retraumatizing Americans, Especially Black Americans
We talk with a trauma psychologist about how the trial of Derek Chauvin, which has required revisiting the intense, visual details of the events leading up to the death of George Floyd, is retraumatizing Black Americans.
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