The Academy of Health Sciences at South Division High School attempts to close the achievement gap for students interested in a career in health sciences.
James Draves, 63, is fed up with how the City of Milwaukee handled snow removal after the latest snowstorm.
While financial experts warn against the dangers of payday lending, cash-strapped Milwaukeeans take out payday loans because they have no other choice.
Organizations such as Youth Empowered in the Struggle (YES!), Voces de la Frontera and the Roberto Hernandez Center at UW-Milwaukee work to help undocumented teenagers on the path to a higher education.
Nearly 700 children attended the Winter Wonderland celebration last weekend at Journey House.
Randall Yocum, 21, said he sometimes panhandles in front of the Pick ‘n Save in Clarke Square, but despite his struggles, he still hopes for a car, a job and other things many people have.
Two sisters found a unique way to explore the impact of diabetes on Mexican-Americans’ oral health in an art gallery on Chavez Drive.
World War II veteran Jesse Haro, 93, was presented with the second annual Latino Veteran of the Year Award at the Milwaukee County War Memorial Center.
My family, the García family, has eaten thousands of elotes, enjoyed many taquizas, has eaten innumerable bowls of menudo, and has welcomed many new years on the blocks of Chavez Drive. This series of photos capture memories, places and the everyday people whose magic brings life to this street.
Eduardo Garcìa has attended La Luz del Mundo church on Chavez Drive for more than 25 years. His photo gallery documents daily activities at the church.