Amanda Salas, who grew up living in group homes and with foster families, volunteers at Kids Matter, a nonprofit organization that advocates for foster children.
As summer approaches, Dwight Allen, 45, said he is worried about youth who are stealing cars in his neighborhood.
The YWCA of Southeastern Wisconsin hosted a discussion on human trafficking as part of its Stand Against Racism campaign.
For the 10th consecutive year, Milwaukee’s near South Side and downtown were alive with chants of “Si se peude!,” as well as colorful banners, signs and flags for May Day.
Nearly 4,000 volunteers helped to pick up garbage around the Milwaukee River Basin during Milwaukee Riverkeeper’s annual spring river cleanup.
Local leaders and members of several community-based organizations gathered in front of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. statue to raise awareness about racism against girls and women of color.
The Show Dome at Mitchell Park re-opened several months after it was closed due to structural concerns. Visitors were welcomed back to the conservatory with one-day free admission.
New York University Professor Patrick Sharkey told an audience of local leaders that police should focus on trouble spots when needed, but spend the bulk of their time building trust and relationships in the community.
Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele announced that the Show Dome will reopen to the public on Friday, April 29th, at 11:00am, two days ahead of the targeted reopening date of May 1st. Admission for the special reopening event on Friday, April 29th, will be complimentary. Abele will welcome the public back to the Domes at […]
The DRIVE program, created by the Medical College of Wisconsin, gives teens from diverse communities the opportunity to conduct research that targets public health problems.