In light of civil litigation from the 2020 Kenosha protests, we learn more about wrongful death lawsuits. Then, a Lake Superior limnologist shares new evidence suggesting that algae blooms can survive winter temperatures.
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Rittenhouse faces wrongful death civil lawsuits
A jury acquitted Kyle Rittenhouse in late 2021, concluding he acted in self-defense when he shot and killed two men and wounded a third at a 2020 protest in Kenosha. But civil lawsuits brought by families of two of the victims are proceeding. An attorney helps us understand wrongful death cases.
Toxic algal blooms are growing through Wisconsin winters
Scientists recently discovered that environmentally damaging algal blooms can also occur in cold water lakes and even below ice cover. The study’s lead author discusses what it means to find algal blooms in cold climates.
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