Wednesday on Lake Effect: 'Unsolved' Podcast, Citizens Utility Board, 'Police Craft,' 'Annie Jump'
Wednesday on Lake Effect:
As the final episode of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's "Unsolved" podcast premiers, we update the story with reporter Gina Barton. Then, the consumer advocacy group, Citizens Utility Board, celebrates 40 years of helping Wisconsinites keep their energy bills down. Later, author and police sergeant, Adam Plantinga, talks about his latest book Police Craft: What Cops Know About Crime, Community, and ViolenceAnd Renaissance Theaterworks celebrates women in science with a new play, Annie Jump and The Library of Heaven.
- Gina Barton, investigative reporter, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
- Tom Content, executive director, Citizens Utility Board of Wisconsin
- Adam Plantinga, police sergeant and author, Police Craft: What Cops Know About Crime, Community, and Violence
- Raina Hardy, playwright, Annie Jump and The Library of Heaven