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"WPR Reports" features in-depth investigations from Wisconsin Public Radio. The current season, "Uprooted," retraces the experiences of the nearly 15,000 Cuban refugees who were sent to Wisconsin's Fort McCoy after the Mariel Boatlift in 1980 and examines the lives of those who have made Wisconsin home. It debuts in October 2022.
 
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Campaign spending, committee votes, backroom deals and budget memos. State politics can seem less than thrilling unless you know where to look. "WPR Politics" is a weekly podcast about the ins and outs of Wisconsin's political news. Host John K. Wilson and WPR reporters clue listeners into stories they may have missed and tell them what's actually interesting about stories they've already heard a thousand times.
 
For the latest and greatest in medicine, tune into PRN Health's radio network. With the success of Doctors Need to Know, CPR series and The AMWA Hour, join us as we expand our network to wPRN: Women Physicians Radio Network. If you want to hear about all the top news, topics and concerns affecting women in medicine, don't miss this launch of wPRN! Be the first to know! Join us for an evening chat on work, life and sisterhood! Tune in every Wednesday evening with the leading ladies of health. ...
 
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This week on Newsmakers: Congressman Seth Magaziner. After a tumultuous start to the 118th Congress, Magaziner is settling into the new job, but has a lot on the horizon including the pending debt ceiling crisis. Magaziner also discusses the war in Ukraine, the classified documents scandal, his goals for the year, and more.…
 
This week on Newsmakers: New Bedford Mayor Jon Mitchell. The veteran Democrat, now in his 11th year leading the region's second-largest city, is currently weighing whether to run for another term this fall. He discusses Gov. Maura Healey's visit to the region, offshore wind and fishing, the City Council and more.…
 
This week on Newsmakers: exit interviews with two veteran Rhode Island elected officials who are leaving office at the close of 2022, Congressman Jim Langevin and Secretary of State Nellie Gorbea. Langevin speaks with 12 News anchor Patrick Little, and Gorbea speaks with 12 News reporter Adriana Rozas Rivera.…
 
News and Culture brings you four stories of persistence and resilience. Alan Plotz and Claire Kaneshiro learns about the intricacies of the American asylum system with Gabriel Samcam Vargas, a Princeton student and human rights advocate. Reina Coulibaly explores how fiber arts have woven the lives of Black women together for centuries. Mollika Jai …
 
On the day after Thanksgiving, News and Culture takes a moment to meditate on gratitude, with three stories that stretch and test the bounds of our comfort with thankfulness. Mollika Jai Singh explores Princeton University's tradition of 'Annual Giving.' Izzy Jacobson looks back on the gratitude journal she keeps. And Natalia Maidique and Navani Ra…
 
This week on Newsmakers, Matt Santacroce, Chief of the Rhode Island Office of Cannabis Regulation and Interim Deputy Director of the Dept. of Business Regulation, sat down with Tim White and Steph Machado to discuss the state's entry into recreational marijuana sales. On the second half, RI Food Bank CEO Andrew Schiff talked about the recent uptick…
 
This week on Newsmakers: Katie Nee Zambrano, campaign manager for Congressman-elect Seth Magaziner, and Bob Walsh, an outside adviser to Gov. Dan McKee, go behind the scenes on their election strategies; on the second half, Joe Fleming joins Tim White and Ted Nesi for a closer look at the final results.…
 
On 11/11, News and Culture thinks about moments in our day: commutes, routines, junction points, stories from years past and new stories alike. From the archives, Elizabeth Shwe interviews an EMT about a day in the life - saving lives. Henry Moses and Luke Carroll bring us a new story of people at a junction, literally, speaking to folks in the mid…
 
In our first-ever Halloween special, News and Culture tells spooky stories sure to give you a fright. Navani Rachamallu and Natalia Maidique tell a classic Gothic story, 'The Tell-Tale Heart' by Edgar Allan Poe. Izzy Jacobson and Mira Ho-Chen crowdsource some ghostly tales. Charlie Nuermberger and Henry Moses speak to an expert on the mythical Jers…
 
This week on Newsmakers: Tim White and Ted Nesi are joined by Joe Fleming and Lisa Pelosi to break down this week’s 12 News debate for Rhode Island's 2nd Congressional District between Allan Fung and Seth Magaziner. The panel also looks ahead to next week’s debate for Bristol County sheriff between incumbent Thomas Hodgson and challenger Paul Herou…
 
News and Culture dedicates this Very Special Episode® to those in our community who strive to make it a better place for everyone involved – in the radically freeform way we know how. Ashley Olenkiewicz and Julian Hartman-Sigall explore the mechanics of a congressional campaign in Pennsylvania's competitive 1st District, just across the Delaware Ri…
 
This week on Newsmakers: Tim White and Ted Nesi are joined by Joe Fleming and Lisa Pelosi to break down this week's 12 News debate for Rhode Island governor between Dan McKee and Ashley Kalus. The panel also looks ahead to next week's 2nd Congressional District debate between Allan Fung and Seth Magaziner.…
 
Enrique More has roots in La Crosse. He's been a part of the city's music scene for decades, most notably playing with Mr. Blink. Wisconsin is his home. But it didn't feel much like home when he first got here, when he was one of a handful of Cubans to settle in La Crosse after arriving in 1980 as part of the Mariel Boatlift.…
 
News and Culture continues its second Fall season by pointing the microphone not at a genesis or an ending, but rather at three stories in the middle of their journeys of transformation. Abani Ahmed and Daniel Yeo speak to the developers and planners seeking to revitalize Trenton, New Jersey's capital city. Natalia Maidique and Navani Rachamallu ex…
 
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