Ann-Elise Henzl

News Reporter / Executive Director of Project Milwaukee

Ann-Elise Henzl has been a reporter at WUWM since 1993. She got her foot in the door three years earlier, as a newsroom student intern. Ann-Elise divides her time between daily general assignment reporting and working on longer, researched stories. Ann-Elise is also Executive Producer of WUWM's Project Milwaukee series.

Ann-Elise has won numerous awards, including the national Edward R. Murrow award from the Radio-Television News Directors Association (for best use of sound in a story). In addition, she has frequently been recognized for her reporting on the welfare system, the environment, and health care.

Ann-Elise earned English and Mass Communication degrees from UW-Milwaukee.

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The bill that would ban compulsory union membership or dues payment for private sector workers continued its speedy trip through the Capitol Monday.

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Democrats and other critics of Gov. Scott Walker are outraged over comments he made at the CPAC conference in Washington, D.C.

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State Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald made a surprise announcement Friday, calling the Senate into extraordinary session to take up right-to-work.

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Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker met potential supporters in Iowa over the weekend, where he participated in a couple high-profile political events.

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Gov. Scott Walker has turned down the Menominee Nation's bid to develop a casino at the site of the former Kenosha greyhound track.

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Mark Mone became UW-Milwaukee’s new chancellor this week.

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Attorney Kimberley Motley returned to her hometown last weekend to speak at MATC’s graduation.

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Wisconsin’s governor has been comparing the state to the federal government, saying Wisconsin is more efficient and innovative.

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