A new site aimed at informing Milwaukeeans on coronavirus testing has launched, as the state breaks records for single-day cases.
Residents won’t have to worry about utility disconnections until April thanks to a decision Thursday by the Public Service Commission.
A new emergency unit has opened at Ascension St. Joseph to help women experiencing difficulties with their pregnancy.
The pandemic is taking a toll on the mental health of residents and leading to a rise in suicide attempts, leaders say.
One of the goals of the “Complete Streets” program is to reduce health disparities by providing spaces where people in lower income neighborhoods can walk, bike and run safely.
Health leaders ask parents to do their part in containing COVID-19 as schools begin to see cases.
As students return to school, Milwaukee sees downward trend in positive COVID-19 cases. Here’s what you need to know this week.
Twenty-five summers after a deadly heat wave hit Milwaukee, the city stands at the intersection of two public health crises: COVID-19 and climate change. Is Milwaukee ready for future extreme heat?
As an unprecedented school year begins, experts urge parents to check in on their kids’ mental health.
The Milwaukee Health Department issues guidelines for reopening K-12 schools as the MCTS increases passenger capacity on county buses.