A recent report found the water supply at two state prisons is tainted with metals like lead and copper. An investigative reporter explains how prisoners are dealing with tainted water. We also learn about the benefits of singing, and talk about our favorite children’s books.
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Concerns Over Water Quality In Wisconsin Prisons
A recent report shows that some Wisconsin correctional facilities have documented high levels of copper and lead. A reporter takes us through the report and explains the impact on both inmates and prison employees.
Wisconsin Life: The Joys of Singing
On today’s Wisconsin Life we hear about the positive social, and emotional health benefits of singing.
Children's Book Author Beverly Cleary Turns 100
In honor of children’s book author Beverly Cleary’s 100th birthday, we examine what makes for a great children book, and what our listeners’ favorites are.
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