NNS reporter Bridget Fogarty talks with WGLB’s Saryea Murchison and Dennis Walton about the community’s response to the Strauss Brands controversy.
“Remembering Bronzeville” tells the story of the rise and fall of an early African American neighborhood in Milwaukee through the eyes of people who lived there in its heyday. The film will air on Milwaukee PBS on Oct. 31 at 7:30 p.m.
Ana Martinez-Ortiz talks about Rev-Up MKE with Saryea Murchison and Dennis Walton. During the interview, the three talk about what exactly Rev-Up MKE is and its influence on the Near West Side. Martinez-Ortiz briefly talks about her interview with the 2019 winner, Alan Goodman, available now.
Drug overdose deaths in Milwaukee are on pace to reach a decade high, and several central city neighborhoods have been hit hard.
NNS reporter Allison Dikanovic talks with Saryea Murchison and Dennis Walton of WGLB radio about the ways that incarceration impacts a whole family and how a program called Camp Reunite is creating an opportunity for these families to bond.
NNS reporter Mark Doremus talks with Saryea Murchison and Dennis Walton of WGLB radio about the transformation of Westlawn Gardens into a showpiece of modern urban design.
NNS reporter Andrea Waxman and Ronald Reagan High School graduate and Presidential Scholar Isaac Wells go on the air with WGLB’s Saryea Murchison.
NNS reporter Analise Pruni joined WGLB-AM 1560’s “Morning Mix” to discuss marijuana policy and its implications for Milwaukee residents.
NNS reporter Edgar Mendez joined WGLB-AM 1560’s “Morning Mix” to talk about the impact of changes to the Milwaukee Police Department’s chase policy and recent developments on the City’s handling of lead.
NNS reporter Andrea Waxman recently joined WGLB-AM 1560’s “Morning Mix” to talk about the Office of Violence Prevention’s 414 Life program that trains neighborhood violence “interrupters” in the Cure Violence model.