Experts say it’s important to set the record straight to halt the spread of misinformation, but suggest some finesse is needed when dealing with loved ones.
Two people were killed and one seriously wounded by a 17-year-old who had answered the call for armed civilians to protect the city
One shooting in 2004 led to statewide reform, requiring outside reviews of shootings by law enforcement in Wisconsin
A 17-year-old answering a call to arms to protect property faces murder charges after allegedly shooting two men to death during a protest over a police shooting
Schools in Wisconsin have spent millions of dollars on hotspots to help students with poor internet service learn online as the coronavirus pandemic grinds on.
Milwaukee’s Black neighborhoods hit hardest as evictions eclipse pre-pandemic levels. A state aid program can’t keep up.
The U.S. Postal Service is not meeting goals for on-time mail delivery, a worrying sign as millions of Americans are expected to vote by mail in November.
Don Natzke says he was stymied by a series of insurmountable barriers as Wisconsin held its April 7 election in the midst of the pandemic.
Calls to shift funds from policing to programs that improve quality of life for people of color aren’t new. But this time, more people are listening.
Wisconsin has dramatically expanded its testing capacity, but experts say too few Wisconsinites are showing up — potentially thwarting efforts to neutralize a virus that killed at least 831 people in the state.
African Americans make up the majority of residents arrested on charges of violating Milwaukee’s stay-at-home order, data show.
National research shows jobless Black and Latino workers are less likely than white workers to receive aid. Experts say Wisconsin should study the issue.