The city says the controversial banner violates signage restrictions and church officials say they have ordered a new and smaller sign that does not feature their leader.
Milwaukee is about to experience some of the hottest days yet this weekend. Here are some resources to help you beat the heat.
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The county is in the early stages of examining if the job of transit security could be passed from a private company to law enforcement. Cost, safety and necessity are at the forefront of the discussion, but change is not in the foreseeable future.
When Derell Sultan started having trouble at school, his mother looked for help and found it in her neighborhood at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin Midtown Clinic. Both recently traveled to Washington, D.C., to meet with congressional leaders.
Today we celebrate the emerging high school journalists who recently graduated from Marquette University’s Urban Journalism Workshop.
As our city grieves with the family of 3-year-old Brooklyn Harris, who died during a road rage incident Saturday, we wanted to offer resources that will help keep our youths safe and engaged this summer.
From job fairs to lectures to outdoor performances in the parks, there’s a lot going on this week in Milwaukee.
NNS will be hosting a photo shoot from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. July 17 as part of Washington Park Wednesdays. Come meet the staff and get a professional photo taken as your reward.
South Side residents are expressing outrage about two huge banners in their neighborhood that feature the likeness of a religious leader who has been arrested and charged with child rape and human trafficking.