Milwaukee Police Department Chief Ed Flynn has attacked the legitimacy of a leaked Department of Justice draft report, while advocates took the report as proof of problems within the department they say have existed for years.
A new advocacy organization alleges that UnitedHealthcare is not meeting parity standards for mental health care in Milwaukee.
Despite persistently high unemployment, more than 40,000 fewer people in Milwaukee County are receiving monthly food assistance because of Gov. Scott Walker’s decision not to renew time-limit waivers for able-bodied adults without dependents.
After the sudden resignation of Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke, community leaders call for continued engagement from residents.
A City of Milwaukee foreclosure renovation program that launched to heavy criticism from residents at the beginning of the year has encountered roadblocks that have slowed progress and cast doubt on its potential for success.
The city has programs to help prospective homebuyers purchase and rehabilitate city-owned foreclosed properties, but could do better at getting the word out.
Stacey Cooper talks about her experience with renting, home ownership and what matters when it comes to maintaining neighborhoods.
The Coalition for a People’s Sheriff is beginning to create alliances across social movements in an effort to unseat Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke.
In the wake of the shooting death of 6-year-old Justin Evans Jr., city residents are calling for proactive steps to address the root causes of violence.
A new generation of black leaders, who are carrying on the work that started during the Civil Rights Movement, say the focus must change to achieve true equality.