Milwaukee County is nearing a record number of drug overdose deaths in 2020. Here are some of the groups working to stop the troubling surge.
The number of lead tests performed in the city is down this year, as the health community works to continue services hampered by the pandemic.
As the pandemic continues to tighten its grip on Wisconsin, organizations have ramped up early voting efforts to increase turnout for Tuesday’s election.
Villard Avenue, once a bustling commercial corridor, is showing signs of new life.
Although the Potawatomi Hotel & Casino took the biggest hit, it hopes to bounce back as other businesses see signs of hope.
You don’t have to wait until Nov. 3 to cast your vote. Here are some steps to vote absentee.
Jason Cleereman, an immigration attorney who often provided pro bono and reduced rate legal services and a longtime board member of the Southside Organizing Center, was shot and killed Tuesday near the Holton Street Bridge. He was 54.
An ambitious plan to expand the Historic King Drive Business Improvement District #8, which was opposed by members of the Five Points Neighborhood Association, was unanimously approved in a 14-0 vote Tuesday by the Common Council.
SPARC, a business training program of Scale Up Milwaukee, helps owners develop strategies to increase revenue.
Cheers and jeers: What Milwaukee’s Latinx community has to say about Alfonso Morales’ exit from the Police Department.