After testing positive for COVID-19, Greg Lewis almost lost his life. Now the pastor is engaged in a new battle: Organizing church leaders and their congregations beyond Election Day.
Twenty-five summers after a deadly heat wave hit Milwaukee, the city stands at the intersection of two public health crises: COVID-19 and climate change. Is Milwaukee ready for future extreme heat?
Although Milwaukee County saw the lowest rate of COVID-19 cases since March last week, health leaders fear this trend will not continue.
Though getting back to school looks much different this year, there are still ways to get prepared for the year in the midst of the coronavirus.
The Milwaukee Health Department issues guidelines for reopening K-12 schools as the MCTS increases passenger capacity on county buses.
Jeanette Kowalik and Lilliann Paine are leading Milwaukee’s coronavirus response — and inspiring officials nationwide to examine racism as a public health crisis.
If you are planning to vote in person Tuesday, you can expect to see strict safety measures in place, says Claire Woodall-Vogg, the executive director of the city’s Election Commission.
The Milwaukee Care Mask Outreach Plan will detail how the city will distribute more than 500,000 reusable masks free of charge.
Milwaukee is now in Phase 4.1 of its COVID-19 safety plan. This update brings changes to the restrictions schools, businesses, bars and restaurants must follow.
County bus riders will be required to wear masks starting Saturday while COVID-19 cases soar in the suburbs.