No one thinks it will happen to them, but fires can happen to anybody. See how you can keep your and your family safe with these basic resources and habits.
Health insurance plans made available by the Affordable Care Act are open for enrollment. Here’s what you need to know.
For Black History Month, we looked through our archives to find articles, op-eds and personal essays that deserve to be revisited. That includes this op-ed from Municipal Court Judge Derek Mosley reflecting on the personal significance of his longstanding commitment to sharing history throughout Black History Month.
Milwaukee County officials continue to make strides to drastically reduce the number of residents incarcerated in youth prisons.
Young artists honor their heroes and Black History Month with artwork for a contest sponsored by UScellular and the Boys & Girls Clubs. Voting is open until the month’s end.
A case of the contagious UK variant was identified in Milwaukee; the state plans to open a new COVID vaccine registry; and you can enroll in Obamacare until May 15.
A new café, Sam’s Place, is opening; Employ Milwaukee offers a job interview workshop; the Milwaukee Public Museum celebrates Black History Month; James Causey and Kondwani Fidel discuss “Unlearning Racism”; and watch the “REPair Divides” series.
The Milwaukee Health Department will have a year to address concerns raised in a review by the Department of Health Services. We break down what this means for the department and for you.
Check out the Urban Ecology Center’s Winter Wonderwalks; get answers you need in the citizenship legal clinic; support Black-owned food trucks; participate in a talk about incarceration; and celebrate female hip-hop artists.
For Black History Month, we looked through our archives to find articles, op-eds and personal essays that deserve to be revisited. That includes this piece written by Dr. Rob Smith and Barbara Miner discussing how the criminalization of Black people remains remarkably resilient.