Amid the deadly coronavirus pandemic, thousands turn out to cast their vote. Here’s what they said about a memorable day in Milwaukee.
We reached out to frontline workers to ask them to share, in their own words, how they’re doing during the COVID-19 pandemic. The common theme was “fear.”
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Domestic violence advocates want victims to know they are still available to help.
Corner bars, which only serve alcohol, struggle to survive because of COVID-19-forced closures.
El Rey is accused of price gouging, but owners deny the charges, saying “We will continue to search for the best deals we can and provide the cheapest prices.”
The family of the man injured in an acid attack in November on the South Side expressed anger Wednesday that the suspect in the case is out of jail.
New Safe and Sound Executive Director Joe’Mar Hooper hopes to build on the organization’s success and bring even more partners to the table.
The president of the Milwaukee Police Association has filed a complaint with the City of Milwaukee Ethics Board that alleges several violations by Fire and Police Commission Chairman Steven DeVougas in his representation of prominent Milwaukee developer Kalan Haywood Sr.
Natalie Hayden regularly speaks to women, who like her, arrive at Sojourner battered, tired or worse. She offers them these words of advice: “As a woman, you have the power to change your life.”