Rufus King International High School has its second chance in two years to win the state basketball championship. Students supported their team at a spirited rally before the players boarded the bus to Madison.
A new health clinic to be housed at the COA Goldin Center is part of an initiative to provide access to primary and preventive care to residents of central city neighborhoods.
Two dozen teenagers competed to represent Wisconsin at this year’s Brave New Voices International Youth Poetry Slam Festival. They performed to standing ovations, delivering heartfelt poems on tough issues young people face.
Saving Our Sons, a mentoring program for young men announced in January, is now up and running at 10 Milwaukee Public Schools.
14th Street C.A.R.E.S. and residents of other blocks in the Borchert Field neighborhood have merged under the new name Borchert Field C.A.R.E.S. A member has offered a building he owns to house the new organization.
Darren and Vedale Hill grew up in poverty in Riverwest. Now in their twenties, the brothers have returned to teach and inspire local children.
The dragon dojo rises up after a fire to teach students to take opponents down.
South side community leaders blasted Gov. Scott Walker for adding a provision to the 2013 budget ending the mandatory residency requirement for municipal employees statewide.
A group of Northwestern Mutual employees collected and donated more than 4,000 books to the Next Door Foundation in honor of Black History Month.
A new after-school program on the South Side gives children a place to learn, have fun and be in a positive space.