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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Regional
4:35 pm
Mon August 5, 2013

Arizona Security Company’s Guards to Return to Mine Site

One of the guards first spotted in July, at the site of a potential iron mine in far northern Wisconsin
Credit Rob Ganson

State regulators have granted a license to a firm that started using armed guards, clad in camouflage, at the site of a potential iron mine.

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Regional
1:00 am
Mon August 5, 2013

Peace Event Honors Victims of Sikh Temple Shooting

A few of the hand-decorated lanterns that were later lit, and floated along the Milwaukee River
Credit Ann-Elise Henzl

It was one year ago that a white supremacist walked into the Oak Creek Sikh temple, opened fire, and killed six worshippers.

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Regional
1:00 am
Sun August 4, 2013

Former White Supremacist Preaches Kindness, as Sikh Temple Shooting Anniversary Approaches

Arno Michaelis is on the executive committee of the group Serve 2 Unite. It was formed after the Sikh temple shooting, August 5, 2012. Michaelis spoke Saturday at the Lanterns for Peace event in downtown Milwaukee
Credit Ann-Elise Henzl

Monday is the first anniversary of the deadly shooting at the Sikh temple in Oak Creek.

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Politics & Government
6:13 pm
Fri August 2, 2013

Abortion Law Delayed until After Trial

A U.S. district judge has blocked a new state law that requires abortion doctors to have hospital admitting privileges.

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Regional
3:47 pm
Fri August 2, 2013

Federal Government to Track Hate Crimes against Sikhs

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder says the government will keep numbers on hate crimes against seven groups.

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