Almost a year ago, a driver plowed an SUV through a Christmas parade in Wisconsin, killing six people and scarring many more.
Residents on Milwaukee’s North and South sides are split on whether they will vote. Some cite barriers.
Standing beside the pulpit at King Solomon Missionary Baptist Church on a crisp fall Sunday morning, Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Mandela Barnes was preaching to the choir — they were assembled behind him, clad in blue and gold robes.
The GOP has been courting Latinos on Milwaukee’s working-class south side with unprecedented outreach efforts.
Milwaukee holds the second-highest poverty rate among large U.S. cities, leaving many residents with impossible choices.
Wisconsin’s primary energy aid program focuses mostly on winter heating, leaving few summer cooling options. A neighborhood group is stepping up.
Rising rent, stagnant wages and a lack of available units have left Milwaukeeans navigating an affordable housing crisis. This crisis, say local housing experts, is a legacy of the city’s past policy choices.
The recent recall of powder formula spurred anger, concern, confusion and a frantic search for replacement supplies for mothers in Milwaukee.
Despite making up 50% of the Milwaukee Public Schools student body, Black students have received 81% of suspensions this school year, according to data presented to the Milwaukee Board of School Directors on Tuesday.
Milwaukee Area Technical College offers free tuition, debt forgiveness, early credit to make college cheaper and more available to a diverse student population.
Wisconsin is the only state where third-party solar ownership has been blocked, advocates say. Legal uncertainty has prevented property owners from using the financing model.
Replacing all Milwaukee lead service lines would take 70 years at current pace. Meanwhile, Wisconsin home lead investigations rarely test water amid focus on paint