“She moves without judgment … She sees human need before aberrant behavior.” Meet Arnitta Holliman, the new director of Milwaukee’s Office of Violence Prevention.
In an interview with NNS, Fire Chief Aaron Lipski talks about fighting his first fire, the impact of budget cuts and the pandemic and his mission to increase diversity within the Milwaukee Fire Department.
Under Wisconsin law, it is illegal to possess, sell or manufacture marijuana. Some municipalities, including Milwaukee, have enacted local changes related to marijuana law enforcement.
Reggie Moore has consoled far too many families who have lost loved ones to violence. And he wants to see more “love in action” instead of “love in crisis.”
The number of African Americans who die from drug overdoses in Milwaukee County continues to rise, with 45 percent of this year’s fatalities coming from Black residents, according to the Medical Examiner’s Office.
Officers in Milwaukee Police Department’s District 2 are trying something new to address the street-based sex trade on the South Side: Instead of arresting prostitutes, they are offering help.
Despite a record-breaking year in drug overdose deaths in Milwaukee County
in 2020, the City-County Heroin, Opioid and Cocaine Task Force managed to meet only
once last year and hasn’t met at all in 2021.
A new campaign is amplifying the work of seven local programs that offer culturally specific services for survivors of domestic and sexual violence.
Milwaukee County officials continue to make strides to drastically reduce the number of residents incarcerated in youth prisons.
Grants from Advocate Aurora Health will help UMOS and the Asha Project address domestic violence and sexual assault.