Lee Bergquist, a Gannett reporter, ignored a prominent judicial conflict of interest between a Madison judge and one of the parties he ruled in favor of in an ongoing environmental lawsuit.
Carl Sinderbrand gets quoted as an impartial expert by the media, but his professional and political work shows he takes sides quite often.
Judge John W. Markson regularly donates to a plaintiff in a case before him, refused to recuse himself, and then lied about the group’s policy positions.
A state bureaucrat tasked with assisting the WCC and an idealogue are working to kill a pro-free market regulatory reform bill backed by Gov. Scott Walker.
Local officials in Wisconsin decided Thursday it was time to enforce state and county forest regulations and shut down an illegal “harvest camp” established by anti-mining protesters on county land.
Two professors whose work has been relied on by the Wisconsin DNR in their review of iron mining in the state have serious credibility problems.
A professor whose report on the geology of the Gogebic Range was relied on by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources had her previous work on mining issues debunked by a geologist working for the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality.
The Univ. of Minn. Duluth has confirmed that an alleged sample of grunerite found at the site of a proposed iron mine in Wisconsin is not grunerite.
Media Trackers takes an exclusive look at a brand new DNR report that contains inaccuracies, bias, and doomsday predictions about iron mining in Wisconsin.
In a controversial move, the Bad River Band of Chippewa have hired their own wetlands delineator to map out wetlands located on property controlled by Gogebic Taconite, a company seeking to build an iron mine.