After years of debate, Milwaukee police and residents continue to weigh what community-oriented policing should look like in the city. And so far, they remain on different pages.
Last week we asked you what questions you have about MPS’ reopening plan. Here are some answers.
Here’s our weekly update on COVID-19 in Milwaukee and the resources you need to combat it.
The announcement that buses would be suspended from 10 p.m. to 3 a.m. through Sunday, June 7 could not come at a worse time for some MCTS bus riders.
The death of George Floyd and the protests that have followed have forced yet another national conversation on race in America. Today, more NNS readers weigh in on the topic.
The death of George Floyd and the protests that have followed have forced yet another national conversation on race in America. We’ve reached out to community members to hear their thoughts.
A Wisconsin endocrinologist answers your questions about diabetes and COVID-19.
The family of the man injured in an acid attack in November on the South Side expressed anger Wednesday that the suspect in the case is out of jail.
Natalie Hayden regularly speaks to women, who like her, arrive at Sojourner battered, tired or worse. She offers them these words of advice: “As a woman, you have the power to change your life.”
Although the closure of Lincoln Hill and Copper Lake, the state’s two youth prisons, remains in question, Milwaukee leaders say their focus continues to be on finding alternatives to youth incarceration.