Susan Bence entered broadcasting in an untraditional way. After years of avid public radio listening, Susan returned to school and earned a bachelor's degree in Journalism from the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee. She interned for WUWM News and worked with the Lake Effect team, before being hired full-time as a WUWM News reporter / producer.
Susan is now WUWM's Environmental Reporter, the station's first. Her work has been recognized by the Milwaukee Press Club, the Northwest Broadcast News Association, and the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association.
Susan worked with Prevent Blindness Wisconsin for 20 years, studied foreign languages at UWM, and loves to travel.
The top sturgeon biologist for the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and several others have been charged with crimes related to an illegal sturgeon caviar bartering ring.
Milwaukee will become home to the world's tallest tower made of wood. Advocates say the technology, called mass timber, could create more sustainable housing for an increasingly urbanized world.
A Marquette University scientist slogged through more than 200 rice varieties to find the most promising few; he then subjected those to real Wisconsin weather on rooftop paddies outside his lab.
Tuesday night in Oak Creek, Wis., hundreds of residents attended the annual Night Out gathering. The national event promotes community and police partnerships. But this year's event in Oak Creek was more poignant than usual. Residents gathered to remember those killed Sunday in a shooting at a Sihk temple.