Clarke Square resident Robert Hardy says everyone is a book, and you can learn from other people when you get to know them.
Bobby Thompson learned the golden rule from her mother and grandmother.
Rufus King High School cross-country runner Aitza Romero, 15, wants to take the team to state.
Sherman Park resident Unique Russ reflects on what has changed for her since the unrest in the community two years ago.
Dulce Castro and her family are offering a reward for whoever finds her missing dog Coco.
Lonnie Brown and Deavon Haynes are spending the summer exercising their creativity and building friendships, skills and confidence at Express Yourself Milwaukee.
When Davon Coleman had his first son at 16 years old, he vowed to be a better role model than his own dad.
Michelle Beltran beats summer boredom by spending time outside with her children and grandchildren.
Shaquita Spencer has wanted to be a nurse for as long as she can remember. She works as a certified nursing assistant now, but her plan to go back to school and fulfill her lifelong dream is finally being set into motion.
Mother, author and Harambee resident Arlene McLaurin has had many experiences in life and believes she is destined to share them, especially with black men and women.