Joe Guentner, 64, talks about taking responsibility for his actions.
Michelle Legener, 39, talks about her struggle with keeping a job.
A local civic group hosted the first of a series of information sessions meant to educate organization leaders and the public on the requirements of Wisconsin’s voter ID law, which goes into effect this fall.
Charlene Love, 48, talks about not knowing who her real father is.
Residents at a recent forum voiced disapproval of historic cuts to K-12 and higher education and a proposal to borrow money for highway expansions in Gov. Scott Walker’s state budget. Most agreed systematic change is necessary in order to address poverty.
Dejaun Jones, 39, talks about what it’s like raising three girls.
City of Milwaukee officials hope an ordinance passed in 2014 limiting where sex offenders can live will prompt Madison legislators to address what they say is a statewide issue.
Calip Stephens reflects on past mistakes and missed opportunities in fatherhood, but finds solace and rejoices in the man his son has become.
Ronald Franks, 60, talks about designing a drawing that reveals itself, as the sun rises.
A ‘Safe Zones’ initiative brings together community members and city officials in an effort to stop violence at the source and improve conditions in four central city neighborhoods.