Wisconsin News Roundup, Milwaukee Police Body Cameras, Aging At Home

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Milwaukee officials want to equip all police officers with body cameras by the end of 2016 as a way to build trust between officers and residents. The Milwaukee police chief joins us to talk about putting the program in place. We also catch up on the biggest news stories from around the state this week, and discuss the importance of being able to age at home.

Featured in this Show

  • State News Roundup For September 18, 2015

    A USA Today reporter joins us to talk about new bills in the state legislature and other big stories from around Wisconsin this week.

  • Milwaukee Could Become One Of First Big Cities To Fully Implement Police Body Cameras

    If Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett’s budget proposal is approved, Milwaukee could be come one of the first big cities to fully implement police body cameras. Milwaukee Police Chief Ed Flynn weighs in.

  • Helping Seniors Age At Home

    Federal funding rules are changing to make it easier for seniors to age at home, instead of in an institutional setting–but an expert on aging says we need more support services and a culture change to help people age on their own terms.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Veronica Rueckert Host
  • Matt Oleson Producer
  • Galen Druke Producer
  • Rob Ferrett Producer
  • Donovan Slack Guest
  • Chief Edward A Flynn Guest
  • Beth Baker Guest