Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm confirmed on Tuesday that his office is investigating the Health Department’s lead abatement programs.
Ex Fabula invited teens onstage to tell their “G.O.A.T.” stories at a coffee shop in Milwaukee’s Silver City neighborhood. Although the turnout was small, spirits were high as a few teens braved the stage to spin a yarn about their “Greatest of All Time” experiences.
Two city leaders have asked the Milwaukee County district attorney to consider prosecuting health officials over their handling of the lead crisis.
Think green this week. First, there’s all sorts of things you can do for Earth Day, and it’s a good week for any Milwaukee teen looking for a job. Plus so much more!
It will cost $24 million to keep the five county-run senior centers up and running by 2022, a new Wisconsin Policy Forum report says.
A change in MPD police pursuit policy has resulted in more chases, with more than one-fourth of those chases resulting in accidents.
With more than a year to go, Milwaukee’s minority business leaders ponder ways to help their communities benefit from the city’s moment on the national stage.
An old-fashioned showdown between health officials and water watchdogs over whether the city continues to downplay concerns about lead poisoning from the water continues, with no one ready to flinch.
Milwaukee has one of the highest rates for STDs. Sexually active individuals are encouraged to get tested and to know their status, and here are some resources to help.
Students from MPS’ Riverside University High School are going to the robotics championships for the third consecutive year. And they need our help: The RoboTigers are trying to raise an additional $10,000 to cover costs for hotels, meals and transportation.