Organizers hope to invigorate the business corridor along South 13th Street, increase safety and better connect residents and amenities in the surrounding neighborhoods.
In Milwaukee, Black residents accounted for about two-thirds of curfew citations. Kenosha and Wauwatosa defend curfew arrests in federal court.
For Laura Manriquez, community service has often centered around making sure her neighbors, especially children, have enough to eat every day.
A tenant, a property owner and a staff attorney with the Legal Aid Society of Milwaukee explain the process of evictions.
Community groups find success through partnerships, deep listening and meeting people where they are — lessons that transcend vaccination campaigns.
Violence against Asians, or anyone else yoked with a group identity, is unacceptable. All human beings share an equal capacity to harm or heal. Violence happens when we convince ourselves otherwise.
Tired of waiting, some eligible Wisconsinites take action or find help to nab vaccine appointments.
On March 12, 2020, Gov. Tony Evers declared a public health emergency because of COVID-19. We asked our neighbors what lessons they’ve learned about their community, their city and themselves during the pandemic.
Republicans want to restrict drop boxes and absentee voting. Democrats aim to make it easier to vote. Both parties favor quicker vote counting.
For Sister MacCanon Brown, advocating for homeless residents was not something she chose — it chose her. And she’s been doing it for more than three decades.