Since testing positive for COVID-19, David Bowen and Rebecca Quesada have kept their focus on making a difference.
The Milwaukee Public Schools still has a state-mandated contract with the Milwaukee Police Department. Here’s what it does.
MPS has ended all but one contract with the Milwaukee Police Department. Here’s what you need to know.
Many of these young people would have been labeled “troubled” or written off just a few years ago. Now they are valedictorians, community builders and inspirations to everyone around them.
The Black Educators Caucus MKE is urging MPS to end its contracts with the Milwaukee Police Department, saying the district is “complicit in the perpetuation of the very institutional racism that recent marches, rallies, and uprisings were all about.”
In “regular” times, the “Read with Me” program brings volunteers to read with young children in person. But the coronavirus has forced Next Door to pivot.
With COVID-19 making life even more challenging for those in need, here are some organizations providing meals over the summer.
In April, we asked Milwaukeeans who had survived COVID-19 to tell us about their experiences with the coronavirus. Today, we catch up with them.
On Thursday night, the Milwaukee Board of School Directors will meet virtually to vote on Superintendent Keith Posley’s proposed budget for the 2020-2021 school year.
We continue to check in with our neighbors to see how they are doing as we all weather challenges created by the coronavirus. Today we talk with organizers from the Hmong American Women’s Association.