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
1:00 am
Tue June 25, 2013

Center Offers to Shelter Children from Abuse

The La Causa center gives children a safe place to stay for a couple of hours or a couple of days.

La Causa’s Crisis Nursery and Respite Center, on Milwaukee’s near south side, offers parents a free place to leave their children, in emergency situations.

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Politics & Government
1:00 am
Mon June 24, 2013

Wisconsin Couples Watch for Court Decision on Gay Marriage

Denise Cawley, Anne Hefter and their son. The couple got married in Massachusetts, because Wisconsin law prohibits same-sex marriage.
Credit David Lauersdorf

The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to rule soon on questions regarding same-sex marriage.

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Politics & Government
6:15 pm
Tue June 18, 2013

Legislature Approves Venture Capital Fund

Gov. Walker is expected to sign the bill into law
Credit flickr/Althouse

A venture capital bill is on its way to Gov. Scott Walker’s desk.

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Regional
3:24 pm
Tue June 18, 2013

Milwaukee Mother Charged in Death of Infant

A 22-year-old woman is facing a charge of first degree reckless homicide, in the death of Michael Johnson III.

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Regional
3:24 pm
Tue June 18, 2013

Religious Order Says it Failed Victims of Sex Abuse

The Capuchin Franciscan Province of St. Joseph allowed outside experts to examine its files on alleged cases of abuse by clergy.

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