As states roll out their COVID-19 vaccine distribution plans, why is Wisconsin lagging behind in the number of people vaccinated?
With limited research data, how do pregnant health care workers decide if they're going to get the COVID-19 vaccine?
The investigation into the police shooting of Jacob Blake is complete and has been made public, but that's not the only case where investigative records are coming to public light.
FOX6's political reporter joins the Open Record team to talk about what unfolded Wednesday at the Capitol and where we go from here.
As vaccines roll out slower than originally promised, we find out where Wisconsin stands in the fight against COVID-19.
The road to solving food insecurity runs through Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin's CEO and President, Patti Habeck.
The Open Record team focuses on the good things that happened in 2020.
Bucks sideline reporter Zora Stephenson shares personal stories from covering the NBA team and as someone new to Milwaukee, how she's learning to love all Brew City has to offer.
As health care workers are starting to get the first injections of the COVID-19 vaccine, where does Wisconsin stand in the fight against the coronavirus?
The impact today's impending decision by the FDA on emergency approval of a COVID-19 vaccine could have on Milwaukee, the state of Wisconsin, and the country.
Just today, a 90-year-old woman in the UK became the first person to get the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, outside clinical trials. Here in the United States, we're just days away from the FDA hearing its first case for approval. In this episode of Open Record, the FOX6 Investigators dig into the coronavirus vaccine. They take listeners through what we know so far about the different vaccines and how Wisconsin plans to distribute them. You'll learn more about the process of developing the vaccine and the approval process. The team also explains what happens after people start getting vaccinated.
A thoughtful conversation with the founder and CEO of Agricycle Global, a Milwaukee-based group that helps women in Africa and the Caribbean produce dried fruit that's sold here in the U.S.
As unemployment claims flood Wisconsin's system, there are two sides of the coin involving unemployment fraud: The victims of fraud and those who say they're falsely accused.
As COVID-19 cases surge in Wisconsin, a look at the state's prison system dealing with an outbreak that's only getting worse.
Does or mean and? Or does or mean... well, or? That was the crux of a legal battle between FOX6 News and Governor Tony Evers over our request for the Governor's emails.
The Executive Director of Hunger Task Force explains how the pandemic has affected her ability to help those in need in the Milwaukee area.
As the problem continues to plague Milwaukee, we hear from a young man who admits to driving recklessly for years.
The Open Record team explains why the coronavirus is back in front of the Wisconsin Supreme Court and what arguments are being made this time.
The FOX6 Investigators break down Wisconsin's COVID-19 numbers, put them in context, and discuss the tough decisions about holiday gatherings.
As clinical trials are underway for a COVID-19 vaccine, we get an update from a Madison team on development and execution.