As controversy continues over whether the Milwaukee Police Department should change its pursuit policy, the Fire and Police Commission is expected to discuss the topic during its meeting Thursday, May 16.
A rally in support of taco truck owner Francisco Santos was scheduled to be held Friday, after the agreement reached in March between Arandas taco truck owner Francisco Santos and Ald. Bob Donovan fell through.
Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm confirmed on Tuesday that his office is investigating the Health Department’s lead abatement programs.
Two city leaders have asked the Milwaukee County district attorney to consider prosecuting health officials over their handling of the lead crisis.
A change in MPD police pursuit policy has resulted in more chases, with more than one-fourth of those chases resulting in accidents.
An old-fashioned showdown between health officials and water watchdogs over whether the city continues to downplay concerns about lead poisoning from the water continues, with no one ready to flinch.
Eduardo Loera, a long time South Side pastor, has joined State Rep. JoCasta Zamarripa and Democratic operative Justin Bielinski in declaring candidacy for the 8th District aldermanic seat.
Tireless volunteer Gwen T. Jackson, who spent much of her life serving the community as a volunteer at a number of organizations. including the American Red Cross, has died at age 90.
Are the safety of inmates being ignored, resulting in death? Reports from the latest death within the Milwaukee Secure Detention Facility and from a new assessment on conditions within Wisconsin Department of Corrections facilities suggests they are.
Representatives of the Health Department, Milwaukee Water Works, the Department of Public Works and others will be on hand to answer questions about the city’s lead crisis on Friday, March 22.