Pulaski/Carmen High School basketball coach Melvin White works to ensure his kids win in the game of life.
Nearly a year and a half after the Milwaukee Common Council approved a historic $3.4 million settlement that mandated sweeping reforms of stop-and-frisk practices, little progress has been made, ACLU leaders say.
For more than 50 years, Mary Davis lit up stages across the country and in Milwaukee. She died on Black Friday at age 73.
The Sixteenth Street Community Health Centers will open its eighth clinic in 2020. This one focuses on providing much needed behavioral and mental health services.
For the most part, the transition from Poles to Hispanics in the Polonia neighborhood has been quiet. But the Nov. 1 acid attack on Mahud Villalaz, 42, has led to a new unease about race in the neighborhood, with some fearful they could become the next victim.
Making big things happen for small businesses is one of the goals of Brew City Match, which is helping to change the economic landscape in several Milwaukee neighborhoods.
Longtime Milwaukee educational and equal rights activist Mildred Harpole, who fought for decades for fair housing, educational opportunities and for the poor, has died.
Although Milwaukee Public Schools has backed off from purchasing 16 new X-Ray-style metal detectors, members of a youth advocacy group say they will continue their fight to abolish the machines as well as police from all schools.
A training program at MATC offers formerly incarcerated men the opportunity to work in a high-wage industry.
Rev-Up MKE, a small business competition that has helped launch several successful businesses, will announce its latest winners Tuesday, Sept. 24.