August 19th, 2023
When a crime occurs, the defendant usually works with an attorney or public defender to argue their case. Victims, meanwhile, are aided by government-funded offices and nonprofit organizations.
April 27th, 2023
A UW-River Falls junior studying journalism and criminology has been named the latest winner of the Donovan E. Rasmussen Broadcast Journalism Fellowship.
March 20th, 2023
Applications are being accepted now for the 2023 Donovan E. Rasmussen Broadcast Journalism Fellowship, a six-week summer reporting project in which a UW-River Falls journalism major produces a 30-minute audio documentary.
February 26th, 2023
Students at UW-River Falls were presented a total of five awards during this year’s Wisconsin Broadcasters Association Student Seminar in Middleton, including two first-place honors.
August 20th, 2022
Getting milk from a farm to a consumer’s table in the form of various dairy products is not as simple a process as it might seem. Long hours and adherence to health and safety regulations are among the requirements for farmers in western Wisconsin and throughout the state. Overall, the dairy industry annually contributes almost $46 billion to the state’s economy.
March 21st, 2022
Applications are being accepted now for the 2022 Donovan E. Rasmussen Broadcast Journalism Fellowship, a six-week reporting project in which a UW-River Falls journalism major produces a 30-minute audio documentary.
March 5th, 2022
Brooke Shepherd, a 2021 graduate of UW-River Falls, has earned a top award from the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association (WBA) for her reporting on obesity in western Wisconsin.
July 29th, 2021
One in three adults in Wisconsin is considered obese, according to the most recent data from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services. Obesity also affects children. And, despite being among the healthiest areas in the state, Pierce and St. Croix counties see similar trends in obesity. Reporter Brooke Shepherd talks to experts about the problem and what can be done about it.