Some say trust issues remain between police and Sherman Park residents, and nearly everyone agrees more can be done in the community.
Reinforcements have arrived for folks who are fighting reckless driving in Grasslyn Manor on Milwaukee’s North Side. Milwaukee police are beefing up patrols at the neighborhood’s most dangerous intersection as part of a new campaign to get drivers to slow down and play it safe.
The criminalization of Black people remains remarkably resilient. Understanding the historical roots of today’s realities are essential if we are to forge worthwhile reforms.
Firefighter Carlos Velazquez-Sanchez gives some advice for avoiding house fires and what to do if there is one.
Although endorsed by the mayor, council members remain undecided over whether Griselda Aldrete should lead the Fire and Police Commission.
As our city grieves with the family of 3-year-old Brooklyn Harris, who died during a road rage incident Saturday, we wanted to offer resources that will help keep our youths safe and engaged this summer.
South Side residents are expressing outrage about two huge banners in their neighborhood that feature the likeness of a religious leader who has been arrested and charged with child rape and human trafficking.
As local and state leaders get closer to figuring out what will replace the state’s troubled youth prisons, here are the three things you need to know on the contentious issue.
The Milwaukee County Transit System may have to reduce bus service by 10 percent if extra funding isn’t found.
As controversy continues over whether the Milwaukee Police Department should change its pursuit policy, the Fire and Police Commission is expected to discuss the topic during its meeting Thursday, May 16.