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Milwaukee Community Journal
Milwaukee Community Journal

3612 N Martin Luther King Dr
Milwaukee, WI 53212   Directions

(414) 265-5300


Milwaukee Police To Face Off In Annual District Kettle Challenge
12/05/2019 2:26pm

MILWAUKEE COUNTY Milwaukee police officers will face off in the annual district kettle challenge on Friday. Officers will be stationed at a specific kettle in their district along with Salvation Army Chaplains and will compete against the other police districts to raise the most money in a set period of time. The district that The post Milwaukee Police To Face Off In Annual District Kettle Challenge appeared first on Milwaukee Community Journal.

Winter Wonder Woods at Hawthorn Glen, Dec. 13/14 and Dec. 20/21
12/05/2019 2:19pm

Milwaukee Recreation will host the first annual Winter Wonder Woods event at Hawthorn Glen 1130 N. 60th Street on December 13, 14, 20, and 21 from 5:00 P.M. 9:00 P.M. All are invited to take in the sights and sounds of the Glen while enjoying a winter-themed hike and light display. Hawthorn Glen will The post Winter Wonder Woods at Hawthorn Glen, Dec. 13/14 and Dec. 20/21 appeared first on Milwaukee Community Journal.

Delta Donates for the Kids
12/05/2019 2:14pm

The Milwaukee Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. Donates to the Augusta M. LaVarnway Boys & Girls Club Milwaukee December 5, 2019 As part of the areas leading youth serving agency Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee, the Augusta M. LaVarnway Boys & Girls Club has provided a safe place The post Delta Donates for the Kids appeared first on Milwaukee Community Journal.

New National Swim Program at Four Milwaukee Pools Focuses on Affordability and Access to Life-Saving Skills
12/05/2019 12:48pm

American Red Cross and Milwaukee Recreation Aquatics partner to create ecosystem of water safety for children and adults with Centennial Campaign MILWAUKEE, Wisc., Thursday, Dec. 5, 2019 In an expansion of a national multi-year campaign to reduce drownings and increase access to water safety skills, the Milwaukee Recreation Aquatics program through Milwaukee Public The post New National Swim Program at Four Milwaukee Pools Focuses on Affordability and Access to Life-Saving Skills appeared first on Milwaukee Community Journal.

Scientists create ‘epigenetic couch potato’ mouse
12/05/2019 9:09am

Why is it that some people love to exercise, and others hate it Most people would assume its all due to genetics, but a new Baylor College of Medicine led study in mice shows for the first time that a different molecular level of regulation epigenetics plays a key role in determining ones The post Scientists create epigenetic couch potato mouse appeared first on Milwaukee Community Journal.

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

333 W State St
Milwaukee, WI 53203   Directions

(414) 224-2000


Summerfest nears $10 million goal in private fundraising for American Family Insurance Amphitheater reconstruction
12/05/2019 12:05pm

Summerfest officials say January 1 is a target date to complete $10 million in private fundraising for American Family Insurance Amphitheater project.

Tony Evers to release findings of investigation into guard's handling of sexual assault, harassment
12/05/2019 1:13pm

The investigation included 78 interviews and 1,100 documents.

Dockless scooter operations cease in Milwaukee due to winter weather
12/05/2019 2:39pm

Due to winter weather conditions, Bird has wrapped our operations for the year following discussions with the city, a Bird spokesperson said in a statement.

Milwaukee just settled the 2020 budget, but city officials are already wary of what's to come
12/05/2019 6:00am

This will probably be one of the most significant challenges the city is facing in its last 50 years.

Bice: A senator running for Milwaukee county exec asked candidates to run positive campaigns. The reaction was negative.
12/05/2019 11:48am

The proposal called on the half-dozen candidates to focus on issues, not personality differences. So much for that.


809 S 60th St
Milwaukee, WI 53214   Directions

(414) 777-5800



759 N 19th St
Milwaukee, WI 53233   Directions

(414) 342-8812


Black Hawk helicopter missing after takeoff in Minnesota
12/05/2019 4:05pm

The Minnesota National Guard says a Black Hawk helicopter is missing after taking off in central Minnesota.

Child's cancer in remission after he received community support outside his hospital
12/05/2019 4:03pm

Last month, Sawyer Greenfields friends and family gathered outside his window at his hospital.

Grinches vandalize rotary club's holiday lights display
12/05/2019 4:02pm

Investigators said the vandals damaged or destroyed light displays, trees and gingerbread houses.

SpaceX will launch genetically enhanced 'mighty mice' to International Space Station
12/05/2019 4:01pm

The mice have genes manipulated to enhance their muscle growth and will help scientists understand how to limit muscle and bone loss in humans while theyre in space.

'Micro-preemie' raising awareness for holiday blood donations
12/05/2019 3:57pm

A tiny baby born four months early has already made a name for herself at a California blood bank, where her story has prompted more than 300 blood donations.


9001 N Green Bay Rd
Milwaukee, WI 53209   Directions

(414) 214-3696


Kenosha residents on edge after 3 shootings, 2 homicides in ‘nerve-wracking’ 24 hours
12/05/2019 4:09pm

KENOSHA Neighbors near the intersection of 14th Avenue and 40th Street in Kenosha are still processing a startling crime scene. Around 10 gunshots is what it sounded like and around 10 minutes after that I seen all the police around here, said Kenosha resident Monea Coopwood. All I seen was cops searching from this house to that house to see what was going on. Kenosha police say they are investigating a double-shooting that claimed the life of one man

US considers sending several thousand more troops to Mideast
12/05/2019 4:01pm

WASHINGTON The Pentagon is considering sending several thousand additional troops to the Middle East to help deter Iranian aggression, amid reports of escalating violence in Iran and continued meddling by Tehran in Iraq, Syria and other parts of the region. A Pentagon official tells senators that Defense Secretary Mark Esper intends to make changes to the number of troops deployed in the region. Other officials say options under consideration could send between 5,000 and 7,000 troops to the Middle

Customer punched over taking too long at register at Florida Walmart
12/05/2019 3:54pm

CAPE CORAL, Fla. WFTX Police have charged a Cape Coral man with battery after he reportedly punched another customer in the checkout line at a Walmart store. It happened Wednesday evening at the Neighborhood Market store on Pine Island Road at Nicholas Parkway. According to Cape Coral Police, 69-year-old Henry Harvey became angry over customers ahead of him in line taking too long at the register. An argument resulted in Harvey punching the victim in the head. Officers later

MATC baking and pastry arts students’ gingerbread houses on display at Milwaukee Public Market
12/05/2019 3:41pm

MILWAUKEE Fifteen gingerbread houses created by students from the baking and pastry arts associate degree program and the baking production diploma program at Milwaukee Area Technical College will be on display from Saturday, Dec. 7, through Monday, Dec. 16, at the Milwaukee Public Market. The public is encouraged to view and bid on the houses. Proceeds from silent auctions for each house will be used to offer scholarships to students in baking programs through the MATC Foundation, Inc. Industry professionals

Milwaukee man charged in connection with crash that led to woman’s death
12/05/2019 3:41pm

MILWAUKEE Pedro Gonzalez-Iniguez of Milwaukee is charged with homicide by negligent operation of a vehicle after an incident that happened on the citys south side late last week. According to the criminal complaint, officers were dispatched to the intersection of 16th and Mitchell in Milwaukee around 7 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 29. When they arrived at the scene, the victim later identified by family as Denise Rotger had been taken to a hospital. She later died from


720 E Capitol Dr
Milwaukee, WI 53212   Directions

(414) 332-9611


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