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Past articles by Rory:

Betty White 100th birthday show will go on: Milwaukee filmmakers to release film in January

Among those featured in the film, in addition to Betty White, is a volunteer in Mineral Point who regularly takes care of White's late husband's gravesite. → Read More

Thousands of dollars worth of WWII memorabilia and other property taken from former Sheboygan County hospital

The property in rural Sheboygan County has been targeted over the years by trespassers and ghost hunters. → Read More

Wisconsin school board member says families will 'become spoiled' with free lunch program

Wisconsin school board members feared families would 'become spoiled' and develop a 'slow addiction' to a free lunch program. → Read More

Jill Underly to become next Wisconsin superintendent of schools

The level of spending — over $1 million in ads alone — was unprecedented for a Wisconsin superintendent race. → Read More

Wisconsin teachers will be eligible for the vaccine starting Monday

Also in Phase 1B are grocery store employees and people in Medicaid long-term care programs, but teachers are first in line. → Read More

Wisconsin reports 2,755 new COVID-19 cases, 35 deaths Wednesday

Wisconsin reported 35 deaths and 2,755 new confirmed cases Wednesday. → Read More

Wisconsin reports 72 COVID deaths, more than 2,000 new cases Tuesday

About 40% of test results reported Tuesday were positive. → Read More

Woman who sat in ER with chest pain left after waiting for hours – and died soon after

Tashonna Ward's family is seeking answers from Froedtert Hospital, where she spent more than two hours in the emergency department before she left. → Read More

Teens are anxious and depressed, but treatment to prevent suicide is hard to find

Across the U.S., it can be hard to get good treatment for mental health problems. In our documentary, four young people share their own challenges. → Read More

Most bullying happens away from adults. This Wisconsin school teaches kids to step in.

The Adams-Friendship School District tried a program that trains students to intervene in bullying. Rates of bullying and suicidal thoughts declined. → Read More

After 88 days of horror, how Jayme Closs and her small town of Barron can heal

As the world celebrates Jayme Closs' return, experts are working behind the scenes to help both her and the Barron community recover. → Read More

After 88 days of horror, how Jayme Closs and her small town of Barron can heal

As the world celebrates Jayme Closs' return, experts are working behind the scenes to help both her and the Barron community recover. → Read More

Parents can comfort kids troubled by disturbing news of Jayme Closs disappearance

'Kids are a lot smarter than we give them credit for.' Experts offer tips for talking to kids about a double-murder and a missing Wisconsin girl. → Read More

So many sexual assault survivors never reported. Now they're connecting, and finding help.

Sexual assault survivors often don't tell their story. But as the issue has drawn national attention, many Wisconsin women are sharing stories. → Read More

These sites allow people to shoot heroin. Could they save lives in Wisconsin?

Public health officials say supervised injection sites can reduce harm among those addicted to heroin. Now some in Wisconsin want to bring it here. → Read More

Are kids feeling better? After youth mental health funding boost, state struggles to say

Mental health advocates in Wisconsin have long called for better tracking of patient outcomes to help steer resources to effective services. → Read More

Survey: Minority, LGBTQ students feel less safe in Wisconsin schools

New analysis shows marginalized students feel unsafe at school and more likely to consider suicide → Read More

Wisconsin fumbles fixes for teen suicide. It's time to hear students' pleas.

Teens around the state open up about mental health challenges, ask for help. → Read More

Crisis calls jump after '13 Reasons Why'

Since show's debut, Winnebago County has more calls for adolescent mental health help → Read More

Kids in Crisis | Need mental health help? There's a site for that

New local website could diagnose you, inform you, and find you help in the Fox Cities → Read More