NNS reporter Edgar Mendez, goes on the air with Lake Effect’s Mitch Teich to discuss the impact of Milwaukee police vehicle pursuits.
City leaders and residents gathered earlier this month to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Hank Aaron State Trail as well as the reopening of its west end.
NNS reporter Analise Pruni joined WGLB-AM 1560’s “Morning Mix” to discuss marijuana policy and its implications for Milwaukee residents.
The $5.65 million project at 143 E. Lincoln Ave. is expected to open in January 2020 and will serve as the new home for the Milwaukee Police Department’s Mounted Patrol Unit.
NNS reporter Edgar Mendez joined WGLB-AM 1560’s “Morning Mix” to talk about the impact of changes to the Milwaukee Police Department’s chase policy and recent developments on the City’s handling of lead.
Kellie Carson, a Milwaukee native and Lincoln Center of the Arts teacher, stopped in at Shindig Coffee in the Sherman Phoenix on a recent Saturday morning. There she shared her perspective on what is needed to improve life in the central city.
NNS reporter Andrea Waxman recently joined WGLB-AM 1560’s “Morning Mix” to talk about the Office of Violence Prevention’s 414 Life program that trains neighborhood violence “interrupters” in the Cure Violence model.
NNS reporter Allison Dikanovic recently joined Lake Effect’s Joy Powers on WUWM to discuss the future of the youth criminal justice system in Milwaukee and Wisconsin, especially in light of suggested changes proposed in Gov. Tony Evers’ budget.
During the Black History Month Read-in, Leonard Glover, his two children and a modest group of community members enjoyed poems and stories about African-Americans, by African-Americans.
NNS reporter Allison Dikanovic recently joined WGLB-AM 1560’s “Morning Mix” to discuss changes coming to our youth justice system.