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Milwaukee Community Journal

Milwaukee Community Journal

3612 N Martin Luther King Dr
Milwaukee, WI 53212   Directions

(414) 265-5300


U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin Joins Colleagues to Help Protect People’s Personal Data Online
12/13/2018 3:15pm

Data Care Act will stop websites and apps from using personal data against users, protect user information from hacks and hold companies accountable for misuse WASHINGTON, D.C. U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin joined 15 of her Senate colleagues in introducing new legislation to protect peoples personal data online. The Data Care Act, led by The post U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin Joins Colleagues to Help Protect Peoples Personal Data Online appeared first on Milwaukee Community Journal.

Milwaukee alderman praises new program that promises to have a major impact on Milwaukee area children
12/13/2018 3:07pm

Milwaukee Alderman Cavalier Johnson praised recently a new program unveiled at the new Helen Bader Foundation headquarters in the Harambee neighborhood which focuses on raising the self-esteem of young Black men in the community. The Leading Men Fellows program is already in place in the Milwaukee Public Schools and NextDoor Foundation classrooms across the city. The post Milwaukee alderman praises new program that promises to have a major impact on Milwaukee area children appeared first on Milwaukee Community Journal.

County Board Rejects Contracts with Unison
12/13/2018 2:59pm

MILWAUKEE The County Board rejected four contracts totaling more than $1,875,000 with troubled non-profit UNISON Thursday, after adopting an amendment from Chairman Theodore Lipscomb, Sr., calling for the county to procure the services from another vendor or provide them directly. The problems with the management and oversight at UNISON are too serious to The post County Board Rejects Contracts with Unison appeared first on Milwaukee Community Journal.

County Board Proposes Moving Jail Medical In-house
12/13/2018 1:09pm

Supervisors Call for Accountability in the Delivery of Mandated Healthcare MILWAUKEE The County Board approved 16 0 a proposal from Chairman Theodore Lipscomb, Sr., today that calls for Milwaukee County to provide inmate medical services, rather than continuing to contract with outside, private vendors. Milwaukee County employees are best equipped to provide quality The post County Board Proposes Moving Jail Medical In-house appeared first on Milwaukee Community Journal.

Released During National Caregivers Month, “From Carefree to Caregiver” Provides Support to Those Who Serve in a Caregiving Role
12/13/2018 9:58am

Upper Marlboro, MDBlacknews.com Although they are an increasing segment of our populations, many do not understand the level of responsibility that caregivers carry. Caregivers are an often overlooked, yet vital segment of our population. According to data from AARP, 43.5 million caregivers have provided unpaid care to an adult or child for at least 12 The post Released During National Caregivers Month, From Carefree to Caregiver Provides Support to Those Who Serve in a Caregiving Role appeared first on Milwaukee Community Journal.

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

333 W State St
Milwaukee, WI 53203   Directions

(414) 224-2000


Milwaukee zookeepers show passion for animals by getting tattoos of them
12/14/2018 6:00am

Several Milwaukee zookeepers sport tattoos of their favorite animals.

Menominee tribal member and Army Reserves soldier dances at powwow at military base in Kuwait
12/14/2018 6:00am

A Keshena woman combines her Army career and Native American dancing in a powwow in Kuwait.

Kimberly-Clark to receive $28 million in taxpayer funds under new deal from Scott Walker
12/13/2018 5:34pm

Taxpayers will give a Fox Valley companyup to $28 million over five years under a deal struck by Gov. Scott Walker in his last weeks in office.

Milwaukee County Board cuts troubled nonprofit UNISON out of contracts for 2019 and delays action on pension overpayments
12/13/2018 4:30pm

The Milwaukee County Board severed ties with UNISON in wake of arrest of its CEO on suspicion of theft by fraud and release of audit critical of record keeping.

Milwaukee County Board pushes hiring county workers instead of private company for jail inmate medical services
12/13/2018 3:26pm

The Milwaukee County Board favors hiring county employees instead of private company to provide jail medical services.

WDJT-TV

WDJT-TV

809 S 60th St
Milwaukee, WI 53214   Directions

(414) 777-5800


WISN-TV

WISN-TV

759 N 19th St
Milwaukee, WI 53233   Directions

(414) 342-8812


Milwaukee's own Field Report to perform holiday show at Turner Hall
12/15/2018 1:00am

The show is called Home for the Holidays: An Evening with Field Report & Friends. They perform at Turner Hall Ballroom on December 14.

Man convicted of killing Kelly Dwyer being sentenced today
12/14/2018 10:06am

The man convicted of killing Kelly Dwyer and hiding her body is being sentenced today, and her parents are expected to give victim impact statements.

Pastor catches flak for gifting wife $200K Lamborghini
12/14/2018 9:54am

A South Carolina pastor is dealing with a mix of harsh criticism and supportive praise after giving his wife a $200,000 luxury SUV for their eighth anniversary.

Parents horrified after Santa rips off beard, yells 'get the f--- out' in front of kids
12/14/2018 9:53am

You sit on a throne of lies, everyone to this Santa, probably.

WITI (TV)

WITI (TV)

9001 N Green Bay Rd
Milwaukee, WI 53209   Directions

(414) 214-3696


American student stabbed to death in the Netherlands, police say
12/14/2018 10:07am

NETHERLANDS A 21-year-old American student was stabbed to death in Rotterdam, allegedly by her roommate, police confirmed Friday. According to a police statement, authorities received reports of a quarrel at an apartment on Kralingse Kerklaan on Wednesday. When they entered the apartment, the statement said, police found Sarah Papenheim with stab wounds and attempted to resuscitate her. Police say those attempts were unsuccessful, and she died of her injuries. An investigation led authorities to the suspect, Papenheims 23-year-old roommate,

Authorities search for sender of global email bomb threats
12/14/2018 10:05am

Authorities across four countries are trying to learn who sent dozens of email bomb threats Thursday afternoon, causing anxiety and business disruptions but no reported violence. Threats were reportedacross the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Universities, courthouses and newspapers received them. It was unknown if the threats were identical. Local police in dozens of cities and counties got involved. So did the FBI and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. Recipients were reported to have received

The ‘Ruby Spritzer’: See how to shake up this holiday cocktail
12/14/2018 9:42am

MILWAUKEE Tequila isnt just for Cinco de Mayo Zack Lozoff from Capital Husting Company joins FOX6 WakeUp to shake up a holiday cocktail. See how to make the Ruby Spritzer.

‘Collecting food and funds:’ Join the Holiday Helpings Food Drive at the Sendik’s Food Market
12/14/2018 9:40am

GREENFIELD Its one final push to make the holidays special for those in need. Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin is hosting its Holiday Helpings Food Drive. Kasey spent the morning at Sendiks in Greenfield where the event is underway. About Holiday Helpings Food Drive website Join iHeartRadio for the Holiday Helpings Food Drive at the Sendiks Food Market on Layton in Greenfield. Some of your favorite DJs will be broadcasting live on site as well as a few special

Gino has a first look at the new movie ‘On the Basis of Sex’
12/14/2018 9:37am

In the new movie On the Basis of Sex a young lawyer and her husband take on a groundbreaking gender discrimination case to the U.S. Supreme Court in the 1970s. Flash forward 40 years later that young lawyer just so happens to be Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Gino has a first look at the new bio-pic.

WTMJ (TV)

WTMJ (TV)

720 E Capitol Dr
Milwaukee, WI 53212   Directions

(414) 332-9611


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