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
4:55 pm
Tue July 16, 2013

More Portions of the Courthouse to Reopen

Portions of the courthouse have been closed for more than a week, after a fire caused smoke and electrical damage
Credit December Communications

Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele’s office says the first floor of the courthouse will reopen on Wednesday.

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Regional
3:45 pm
Tue July 16, 2013

Testimony Begins in Trial of John Spooner who Killed his Teenage Neighbor

The mother of the 13-year-old victim of John Henry Spooner testified at Spooner’s trial on Tuesday.

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Regional
1:00 am
Tue July 16, 2013

Smaller Budgets, Increased Technology, Drive the Evolution of Libraries

A sign points the way to the Villard Square library on Milwaukee's north side
Credit Ann-Elise Henzl

People who use Milwaukee’s east side library will have to visit a temporary site for the next 15 months.

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Health & Science
5:28 pm
Mon July 15, 2013

Aurora Patient Infected with Potentially Deadly Bacteria

An Aurora Health Care patient has been diagnosed with bacteria that can kill up to half of the patients who become infected.

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Economy & Business
1:00 am
Mon July 15, 2013

Fast Food Workers Call for Higher Wages

The minimum wage is $7.25/hour. The last time it rose was in 2009.
Credit David Schott, Flickr

Organizers in a number of cities are pushing for fast food wages to climb to $15, and for employees to form unions.

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