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.
The Student Youth Internship Program has been canceled for the summer. But other components of Milwaukee’s Earn and Learn program, which typically employs about 1,000 young people each summer, are still on.
This year’s graduating class will miss out on milestones such as in-person graduations and proms. We talk to three high school seniors about how the coronavirus is affecting their lives.
With the number of COVID-19-related deaths in Milwaukee increasing, we talk to three community members who are surviving.
On Tuesday, voters will decide whether to increase Milwaukee Public Schools’ budget through a referendum that would raise property taxes. Here are some things to know before you cast your vote.
Metcalfe Park Community Bridges is meeting community needs through digital organizing.
NNS Education Reporter Sam Woods calls in to give COVID-19 updates with Saryea Murchison from WGLB.
You’ve probably heard of coronavirus, or COVID-19. But what exactly is it? And how do you stay safe?