NBC15 Investigates follows a Madison Police officer on patrol, as law enforcement cracks down on cruising.Police have received an uptick in complaints, leading to further investigation and patrol to find the root of the issue.
On Thursday, the Department of Workforce Development (DWD) confirmed with NBC15 Investigates that its 50-year-old version of COBOL coding software is the reason for issues with unemployment claim processing and payments.
NBC15 Investigates dives into information surrounding a dangerous intersection in Sun Prairie, where a car hit a woman last week. The victim later died at the hospital. The city of Sun Prairie plans to make changes to the intersection.
State legislator increased wages fro prison employees this past session. Investigative reporter Elise Romas asks Rep. Michael Schraa about the pay increases and about the staffing cuts five years ago to prison tower guards during third shift.
The City of Madison is really trying to position itself to benefit from the new federal tax initiative. Dan Kennelly, the Business Resources Manager for the city believes areas like East Washington Ave. are already starting to see the benefits.
InvestigateTV looked into where your money goes when it's donated to charities. NBC15's Amy Pflugshaupt did a quick check on some of the most popular charities in our area and which ones have top ratings.
Babies experience Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) when they go through drug withdrawal “cold turkey” after leaving the womb of a drug-addicted mother, or mother who used addiction-recovery prescription drugs such as methadone.
The Madison Police Department’s Special Victims Unit and the statewide Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force says they’ve seen in an increase in the number of cases of predators taking advantage of children online.
The shortage in law enforcement is an issue facing our local agencies and across the nation. NBC15 Investigates is taking at look at the reasons for the shortage and what departments are doing now to try to bring in more recruits.
School bus routes are busy, but the number of drivers is low, forcing some companies to depend on substitute drivers to fill in.
With so much pressure to find drivers, NBC15's Hannah Anderson looked into the hiring process to make sure companies and districts aren't cutting corners to fill the seats.
It's an unlikely pair: a criminal defense attorney and the chief of police. They're usually on opposite sides of the courtroom. However, something personal has pulled the two men in our community together.
NBC15 Investigates spoke with people who's lives were saved by naloxone or Narcan, and requested data from Madison Fire and Police to show how much money went toward saving lives during a heroin epidemic.