How ready is Northeast Wisconsin to distribute a vaccine once the FDA approves it? In our First Alert Investigation, we ask local health care providers about their plans to distribute, whether they have the storage capabilities and who determines which vaccines they receive.
Nurse practitioners are questioning their own education at some colleges. There’s no national standard on how to educate nurse practitioners, while medical education for doctors was standardized more than 100 years ago.
In the year of COVID-19, it’s not uncommon for people to work remotely, but that’s not the case with all jobs. And the staff at the Waushara County District Attorney’s office tells us their boss, DA Laura Waite, hasn’t shown up for work for four months.
A First Alert Investigation: A jury found Jacob Cayer guilty of murdering a mother and daughter and attempting to kill another man. But in phase two of his trial, the same jury found him not guilty by reason of mental disease or defect. He was committed to a state psychiatric facility. The victims' family says it's not right that Cayer could begin asking the court to let him out of the facility only months after the judge committed him there. How? That's Wisconsin's law.
How safe are the medications you're buying online? A five-year undercover investigation by DEA agents in Milwaukee led to the arrest and indictment of a Texas man they say was shipping prescription medications from foreign countries to Wisconsin, including Adderall laced with methamphetamine. We found serious concerns about the prevalence of rogue online pharmacies, based in other countries.
Two Green Bay parents want a law change and a registered sex offender held accountable after police say the offender contacted their teenage daughter online, asking to come to her house, but the law said he did nothing wrong.