“[I wanted] to show my officers, hey I’m doing this with you, if you choose to, if you choose not to, that’s your choice,” La Broscian said. “We have roughly 89% of our sworn officers that are vaccinated.”
The now 16-year-old suspect accused of murdering a 17-year-old Verona High School student appeared in court Wednesday, where a judge denied a bond reduction request. Myjee T. Sanders is being charged as an adult with intentional 1st degree homicide, in the August 2019 murder of Shay Watson.
Nurse practitioners are questioning their own education at some colleges. There’s no national standard on how to educate nurse practitioners, while medical education for doctors was standardized more than 100 years ago.
The court filed charges on Oct. 15, but the activity took place between July of 2019 and Feb. of 2020 in Potosi, Wis. All of them have been charged with illegally hunting deer and some smaller animals.
Since homecoming was cancelled, Supt. Runez explained that DeForest’s Assistant Principal, Matt Bauer, wanted to hold a gathering for his son and some friends with masks and physical distancing at their rural Sauk County home.
NBC15 dug through the numbers reported on the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) website so far this campaign cycle. Since July, candidate spending on Madison TV totals about $3.4 million dollars through Oct. 5. Biden’s spending accounts for a little more than 76 percent of that.
NBC15 Investigates checked in with Principal Liz Goldman, who said there was a spike in the number of transfer applications after many public schools announced they were going virtual to start the fall semester.
NBC15 Investigates checked in with officials around our viewing area and found most municipalities pay roughly a $1.25 for each absentee ballot. That low estimate factors in printing, envelopes and postage.
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.