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Milwaukee Community Journal
3612 N Martin Luther King Dr
Milwaukee, WI 53212 Directions
Somebodys lying, and given that thisis Black History Month, I can readily assumewho, and why. If you believe the political hype, thenations unemployment rate has continuouslyhovered around its lowest rate inhistory for the last six months. And in case you dont understand politicaldouble talk, a rate of less than 4is considered full employment, whichmeans everybody The post A Lie is a Lie, is a Lie appeared first on Milwaukee Community Journal.
Sex is a topic that many avoidwhen it comes to talking totweens, teens & young adults. This topic should be one thatplaces no fear or disgust in theminds of educators parents,teachers, mentors etc Somethingas simple as a few conversations,here and there, could savea life or even change and improvea life. We have spent a lot The post The Conversation About Sex appeared first on Milwaukee Community Journal.
By Pat BaldwinHead mens basketball coachUniversity of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Things have been difficult for the Milwaukee Panthers over the past month or so. We had a tough five-game road trip and our team has been dealing with some adversity. Its not the first time our players and coaches have had a rough stretch, and it The post UWM Coach Baldwin Shares the Lessons of Working Through Adversity appeared first on Milwaukee Community Journal.
Common Council sends letter critical of mayors offices lack of communication and transparency There seems to be a failure ofcommunication between the MilwaukeeCommon Council and theoffice of Mayor Tom Barrett andmembers of his administration. A February 18 letter to Barrett, signed by CommonCouncil President Ashanti Hamilton and 10of the citys 15 aldermen, was critical of The post A Failure to Communicate appeared first on Milwaukee Community Journal.
Milwaukee February 20, 2019 Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee BGCGM announced today that after a unanimous recommendation, Kathy Thornton-Bias has been named the new president and CEO of BGCGM effective March 1, 2019. BGCGM conducted a national search process for a new president and CEO. The search, which began as The post Kathy Thornton-Bias Named President and CEO of Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee appeared first on Milwaukee Community Journal.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
333 W State St
Milwaukee, WI 53203 Directions
Assembly Speaker Robin Vos ruled out the possibility of accepting Gov. Tony Evers plan to decriminalize marijuana.
Lawmakers are seeking to expand efforts to combat homelessness in Wisconsin through a package of bills that would double statefunding for programs aimed at keeping people in stable housing.
Gov. Tony Evers and Attorney General Josh Kaul are refusing to defend laws that limit their powers andEvers is asking a judge to block the measures.
I think that Democrats have an extraordinarily large tent people from all walks of life and Milwaukee is absolutely the best place for them, Gov. Tony Evers said.
Supreme Court candidate Brian Hagedorn lost an endorsement amid reports that he had founded a school that allowed the expulsion of gay students.
759 N 19th St
Milwaukee, WI 53233 Directions
The lone survivor of the blaze, a 13-year-old girl, was hospitalized.
Take a trip down memory lane with these Oscar classics.
A snowman near the famous Las Vegas welcome sign and snowballs were just some of the ways people marked the rare snowfall there.
A mom in Louisiana shared a viral video of a high school fight and now has to answer for her actions, authorities said.
Bariatric surgeon Dr. Joseph Regan discusses the long-term care that patients receive after surgery to help them achieve their weight loss goals and how the results affect not only the patient but their entire family.
9001 N Green Bay Rd
Milwaukee, WI 53209 Directions
MILWAUKEE Next month will be one year since the explosion that ripped through a Beaver Dam apartment building. On Thursday, Feb. 21 FOX6 News learned more about the person who investigators say caused the blast. Benjamin Morrow accidentally blew himself up inside his apartment on March 5, 2018. Investigators discovered several firearms, hundreds of rounds of ammunition, white supremacist materials, and explosive material used to make bombs. New documents show Morrow was secretive about most aspects of his
MILWAUKEE Several people are injured following a multiple-vehicle crash involving a school bus Thursday afternoon, Feb. 21. It happened near 76th and Villard shortly before 3 p.m. According to police, three vehicles including the bus were involved in the crash. Officials say there were children on the bus but they are all OK. PHOTO GALLERY Several other people were taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Witnesses say people in one of the other vehicles ran
MILWAUKEE A 29-year-old Milwaukee man accused of attempting to sexually assault a mail carrier near 32nd and Wells in January of 2018 was found guilty but not guilty due to mental disease/defect. On Thursday, Feb. 21, during a court trial, Lyndon Jackson was ordered committed to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services for 20 years. This, after the court determined release would pose significant risk of bodily harm to the defendant or others, or serious property damage. He was
RACINE A 15-year-old boy is in stable condition after falling into the icy waters of Lake Michigan Wednesday night, Feb. 20. First responders in Racine say when they arrived, the teen was clinging to a floating piece of ice. Officials say the 15-year-old lost his footing on the North Pier along Lake Michigan in Racine, and went in around 6:15 p.m. They considered putting a boat in the water but with the ice in the area there was too
MILWAUKEE An Illinois man convicted in connection with a crash that happened on the Fourth of July in 2018 on I-43 was sentenced to prison on Thursday, Feb. 21. Army veteran and beloved junior ROTC advisor, Stephen Randall, died as a result of injuries suffered in the crash. Cornelius McShane, 67, of Freeport, Ill. on Jan. 24, 2019 pleaded no contest to one count of homicide by intoxicated use of a vehicle. On Feb. 21, he was sentenced to
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