Jennifer López knows firsthand the challenges of attending under-resourced schools. It didn’t stop her. And she wants the 2,000 students at Carmen to soar as well.
Anxiety has risen since the Milwaukee County Transit System recently announced that 16 routes are in danger of being cut; two routes are potentially being shortened; and some seasonal services will be eliminated because of proposed funding cuts in the 2020 Milwaukee County transportation budget.
By all accounts, Quanita “Tay” Jackson was someone trying to make a difference. On Saturday, the 20-year-old helped organize a three-on-three basketball tournament that drew a large crowd to Moody Park for hoops, food and music. A day later, she was shot and killed near the park.
The Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service is looking for a part-time multimedia reporter who is ready to set the journalism world on fire.
It’s the last week of August, but Milwaukee still has some events up its sleeve.
Learn more about becoming a homeowner, enjoy Academia Bembé’s summer recital and more this weekend.
Parent incarceration can have short and long-term effects on a child, and it disproportionately affects children of color. Camp Reunite helps mothers (and their kids) who are incarcerated.
Three years after his arrest in Sherman Park, State Rep. Jonathan Brostoff remembers a community in pain caring for each other.
Three students from the Medical College of Wisconsin have made it their mission to raise awareness of health disparities in the Hmong community through a partnership with Nyob Zoo Milwaukee TV.
Happy Monday. This week marks Milwaukee’s second annual hip-hop week, MPS’s 12th annual walk/run and so much more.