The commercial sex trade industry works like any other market, with supply and demand. Experts say that a stronger emphasis on deterring people from purchasing sex in Milwaukee would address a root cause of the problem.
Youth-led Dia de Los Muertos workshops and festivities at Escuela Verde charter school offered students insights into their culture and traditions.
A local middle school student pursues rap music as a way to positively influence his peers and build community.
Diana Condon, 67, picks up litter around her home and business every day, making herself a much-appreciated neighbor.
Local youth are prepping for a one-mile race at the Milwaukee Running Festival, which includes a marathon that takes runners through the central city.
The first shelter in Milwaukee County dedicated specifically to young girls coming out of sex trafficking opened recently to provide a unique kind of support.
Billie Goodwin sets up her yard sale each summer to offer bargains to people who walk by, but what she gives away for free is encouragement and conversation.
The South Division and Bradley Tech high school football teams played the first game on the newly reconstructed South Stadium, which replaced the 90-year-old field.
The City of Milwaukee Health Department hosted the annual Back-to-School Health Fair at North Division High School, which provided children with required immunizations, blood lead testing, vision and dental screenings.
The Bronzeville Cultural and Arts Festival kicked off the third annual Bronzeville Week, which aims to promote area businesses, and serve residents and families.