Organizers hope that the Medication Assisted Treatment program at the House of Correction will help save lives and reduce recidivism.
Parents of Milwaukee Public Schools students report widespread problems with bus transportation this year.
Memorial event at Zeidler Union Square marks International Overdose Awareness Day by focusing on those we lost.
MKE Urban Stables’ $5.6 million facility will house equine-therapy programs and provide a space for positive interactions between the community and police.
Ace Boxing Club has been helping Milwaukee youths improve their lives for more than 60 years.
The Way Out app connects those with criminal convictions with reentry and employment services.
As reckless driving incidents continue to plague the city, residents, groups and others continue efforts to raise awareness.
Just like the police, Salvation Army chaplains are on the front lines of tragedy, delivering “spiritual and emotional care” when it is needed most.
Serenity Inns, a safe place for men to recover from drugs or alcohol addictions, offers hope as the tragic pace of drug overdose deaths continues in Milwaukee.
In an interview with NNS, Fire Chief Aaron Lipski talks about fighting his first fire, the impact of budget cuts and the pandemic and his mission to increase diversity within the Milwaukee Fire Department.