Wis. Lawmakers Poised To Vote On Wrongful Conviction CompensationWisconsin lawmakers are set to vote Tuesday on a measure that would dramatically increase compensation for people who have been wrongly convicted of crimes.
4 Things To Know: Realer Barbie, Affluenza Teen In Court, & MoreThese are the four stories you need to know about for Friday, Jan. 29. They include a high-profile makeover for an American icon, and a protest expected in response to a wildly successful documentary miniseries.
'Making A Murderer' Lawyer Addresses MN Lawmakers On Justice ReformA Wisconsin attorney who has a prominent role in a Netflix documentary is in Minnesota to talk prison reform.
For Northfield Man, 'Making A Murderer' Hits Close To HomeWCCO goes inside the Minnesota Innocence Project and shares the story of a man who knows what it's like to serve time for something he didn't do.
'Making A Murderer' Subject Appeals Murder ConvictionSteven Avery, the Wisconsin man at the center of the popular Netflix docu-series "Making a Murderer," filed to have his murder conviction appealed this week, according to court documents released on Tuesday.
'Making A Murderer' Subject Gets New AttorneyA Wisconsin man who has been getting a lot of attention lately has hired a new lawyer. Steven Avery, the focus of the wildly-popular Netflix documentary series "Making A Murderer," will now be represented by Kathleen T. Zellner and Associates.
Manitowoc, Wis. Fighting Back Against 'Making a Murderer' BacklashJust a month ago, few knew of a Wisconsin city called Manitowoc. Now, a Netflix series has put it on the map. The wildly popular "Making a Murderer" documentary follows the twists and turns of two criminal cases against Steven Avery.
Juror In 'Making A Murderer' Case Stands By VerdictA juror involved in the homicide case that spawned the popular Netflix series "Making a Murderer" says she stands by the verdict.
'Making A Murderer' Defense Attorney Talks With WCCO RadioIf you have Netflix, then you no doubt have at least seen the latest series on your homepage – "Making A Murderer." The 10-epsiode documentary series follows the life and trials of Steven Avery, a Manitowoc County, Wis. man.