Several state leaders are urging voters to continue pushing for legalization of marijuana and also calling for bipartisan support for changes in the state law.
The City of Milwaukee Office of Violence Prevention is piloting a program that trains local coaches to talk to their teams about respect, integrity and non-violence in an effort to prevent sexual assault.
After sitting vacant nine years, St. Anthony Hospital was acquired by Heartland Alliance. Together with the Capuchin Franciscans they turned it into apartments for the homeless.
The Midnight Basketball League, held on Tuesday and Thursday on the North Side and Wednesday and Saturday on the South Side, offers services to young men, such as job training and mentorship, and encourages positive relations between the police and Milwaukee community.
The Wisconsin Justice Initiative, ACLU of Wisconsin, MICAH and some state leaders believe that passage of the Nov. 6 referendum on legalizing marijuana would lead to reforms that could lessen the impact of unequal law enforcement and create economic benefits for the state.
Safe & Sound, the Department of Public Works and youth from Journey House programming have created beautiful garbage receptacles in Clarke Square to curb littering.
Former President Barack Obama visited North Division High School on Friday, Oct. 26, his first time visiting the North Side school since 2014.
Organizations fighting homelessness gathered recently to discuss solutions, including using Medicaid funding for supportive housing, case workers, job training and health care.
Bader Philanthropies, Inc. held the grand opening celebration for its new world headquarters on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive. The move is intended to spark investment in the surrounding neighborhood.
Richard Rothstein, author of “The Color of Law,” argues that segregation was created by the government and all citizens have a duty to work to undo its negative effects.