Those who come from low-income backgrounds get a chance for higher-paying opportunities in the tech industry through the i.c.stars internship program.
We checked in with our friends from the Sports Media Institute, a Milwaukee-based nonprofit mentoring and sports media training program, to ask them some of their favorite things to do in Milwaukee in the summer.
Two local lawyers make an impassioned case for action after the recent mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton, including a legal history lesson on gun legislation in the United States.
It’s been almost three years since Sherman Park was thrust in the national spotlight after a weekend of unrest. We want to hear from you about that event for inclusion in stories we are working on for the week of Aug. 12.
“Remembering Bronzeville” features residents who tell the story of the area’s rich culture. Milwaukee PBS plans to air the documentary in October.
Two bills authored by State Rep. Marisabel Cabrera would ban using Wisconsin facilities to detain immigrants and would effectively make Wisconsin a “sanctuary state” for those who are undocumented.
In an open letter to the Milwaukee community, Ascension Wisconsin says it’s invested in its Ascension St. Joseph campus as an anchor for healthcare and community in the Sherman Park neighborhood and the greater Milwaukee community.
This week Milwaukee is celebrating Bronzeville Week and National Night Out. And so much more.
In December, Sharon McGowan, my Jewish soul sister, gave me the best Christmas gift ever: She handed me the keys to the Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service as she prepared to retire. I won’t lie: Some days I want to hand NNS right back to her.
After weeks of controversy, banners featuring the leader of a Mexico-based megachurch who was arrested and charged in June with child rape, human trafficking and other crimes have been taken down.