Articles by Chuck Quirmbach

A Wisconsin pediatrician is recommending closer attention be paid to what appears to be the slightest injuries on very small children.
More children and families may receive counseling in response to exposure to gun violence and other trauma as a Milwaukee program expands.
A program aimed at helping renters facing court-ordered evictions has begun in Milwaukee County.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has approved a Wisconsin program that backers say will give the state more flexibility in meeting standards aimed at reducing algae growth in waterways.
Wisconsin's largest city has banned the sale and use of coal-tar sealants with high levels of a potentially cancer-causing chemical compound.
A national study shows jobs in the solar power industry are increasing in most states – including Wisconsin.
Even with $20 million in public funds on offer to back a manure digester project, some in the energy and agriculture sectors say things remain murky.
A bumblebee species reported in 10 Wisconsin counties has become the first bumblebee to be listed as endangered under a federal law.
The city of Waukesha says it's moving ahead with plans to pipe in drinking water from Lake Michigan. But there could be a snag.
It looks like Wisconsin will be counting on more animal waste digesters to handle the growing amount of cow manure at large dairy farms.