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Milwaukee Community Journal

Milwaukee Community Journal

3612 N Martin Luther King Dr
Milwaukee, WI 53212   Directions

(414) 265-5300


76th & Capitol Drive: A Car Crash Story
02/18/2019 9:32am

Since the release of the I Phone X and beyond, Apple has once again taken the tech world by storm with its innovation in cell phone features. With prices upwards of $1,000, it is imperative that consumers purchase Apple care protection. There have been multiple videos, over the internet, showing buyers dropping their phones just The post 76th & Capitol Drive: A Car Crash Story appeared first on Milwaukee Community Journal.

Milwaukee Native Tackles NFL And Wins
02/18/2019 9:23am

I was once employed at a place where I questioned the motivation of the mission at hand. We worked with at risk individuals giving them what was supposed to give structure and resources. I disagreed with the methods and the spending, but due to my situation at the time, I did not quit, I finished The post Milwaukee Native Tackles NFL And Wins appeared first on Milwaukee Community Journal.

Leverage Your Credit” Millennial Style with Deadria Garrett
02/18/2019 9:16am

Its not often that you hear about millennials leveraging their credit but young legend, Deadria Garrett sure is making noise daily about the many ways to maximize your credit profile. Everyday Ms. Garrett is determined to inform others about their credit and how you can begin to improve and take control. As a full time The post Leverage Your Credit Millennial Style with Deadria Garrett appeared first on Milwaukee Community Journal.

76 of 127 People Tested Positive HIV, Syphilis, or Both in Milwaukee
02/18/2019 9:13am

I recently came an article that Fox6Now released a little less than a year ago in regards to HIV and other STDs in Milwaukee. The article stated that 127 people were tested for HIV and Syphilis. Of the 127, 76 people tested positive for HIV, Syphilis, or both. Thats nearly 60. It went on for The post 76 of 127 People Tested Positive HIV, Syphilis, or Both in Milwaukee appeared first on Milwaukee Community Journal.

Even with a MBA, My Money is Marginalized
02/18/2019 8:57am

By Janalle Goosby Being unemployed is hard, no doubt. Going into debt in an attempt to prove myself through education even harder. Adding the core of my identity on top of that being a proud black woman seemingly unwinnable. Late last week, I was really questioning my decision to complete my M.B.A The post Even with a MBA, My Money is Marginalized appeared first on Milwaukee Community Journal.

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

333 W State St
Milwaukee, WI 53203   Directions

(414) 224-2000


Supreme Court candidate Lisa Neubauer stopped listing business customers on ethics form years ago
02/19/2019 6:16pm

A decade before she launched her bid for state Supreme Court, Lisa Neubauer stopped making public a list of customers for her husbands business.

Attorney General Josh Kaul hasn't joined lawsuit over Donald Trump's border wall declaration, threatens action later
02/19/2019 5:59pm

Attorney General Josh Kaul on Tuesday threatened to take appropriate action if funding bound for Wisconsin goes to pay for a southern border wall

Gov. Tony Evers won't seek to phase out school vouchers in first state budget
02/19/2019 6:37pm

Gov. Tony Eversfirst state budget wont include a plan to eliminate or phase out taxpayer-funded school vouchers despite once pledging to try.

A Delta flight from Mitchell airport was diverted to Tennessee after being struck by lightning
02/19/2019 5:50pm

No one was injured and Flight 2050 with 164 passengers on boardlanded safelyin Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Milwaukee police identify victims in 5 recent homicides
02/19/2019 5:09pm

The latest victim was identified as Montrell T. Marks, 22, who was shot Friday.



809 S 60th St
Milwaukee, WI 53214   Directions

(414) 777-5800




759 N 19th St
Milwaukee, WI 53233   Directions

(414) 342-8812


'They were so loved': Family devastated after father, 4 daughters die in house fire
02/16/2019 5:50am

The lone survivor of the blaze, a 13-year-old girl, was hospitalized.

Videocast: Snowy Morning Commute
02/19/2019 8:08pm

Videocast: Snowy Morning Commute

Wisconsin 2019 spring primary election results
02/19/2019 8:03pm

There are less than 20 races in southeastern Wisconsin for the spring primary ranging on Tuesday from Watertown mayor to the Greendale School District.

Large piles of snow left in parking lots hurts businesses
02/19/2019 7:32pm

Its a ripple effect for some businesses: the snow falls and parking spots get taken up by piles. That can mean fewer customers and reduced sales.

Evers: Foxconn won't fold in Wisconsin
02/19/2019 7:12pm

Gov. Tony Evers does have concerns about Foxconns lack of transparency but says he does not believe the company will fold up shop and leave Wisconsin, as Amazon did recently with New York.



9001 N Green Bay Rd
Milwaukee, WI 53209   Directions

(414) 214-3696


Bill signed: Illinois on track to be 1st state in Midwest with $15/hour minimum wage
02/19/2019 7:59pm

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed a measure Tuesday, Feb. 19 gradually hiking the statewide minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2025, an early victory for the Democrat on the eve of his first annual budget proposal. Fulfilling one of his top campaign promises just five weeks into the job, Pritzker declared that Illinois welcomes working families, setting a high standard for workers rights, economic opportunity and economic justice. Pritzker signed the law at the Governors Mansion,

‘A potential health hazard:’ Study finds human bacteria, viruses from sewage in Milwaukee streams
02/19/2019 7:44pm

MILWAUKEE Two types of human-associated bacteria and three types of human viruses were detected in Milwaukee streams within the Menomonee River watershed, according to a recent study led by the U.S. Geological Survey. A news release issued by the USGS Tuesday, Feb. 19 said the sites with the highest total virus concentration were: Little Menomonee River near Freistadt in Mequon Menomonee River at Wauwatosa Menomonee River at 16th Street in Milwaukee The three viruses detected in the study were

Police report: Suspect in 23 gas drive-offs indicated he had ‘layaway system’ with Kwik Trip
02/19/2019 6:51pm

MANITOWOC Manitowoc police arrested a man for his 23rd gas drive-off incident, according to our partners WLUK in Green Bay. WLUK reportedKarl Kinyon, 37, was arrested after an incident Monday, Feb. 18 at a convenience store on S. 10th Street, according to the police report. Kinyon told police he has a layaway system with Kwik Trip, and was in a hurry on Monday, but he said he always pays for the gas eventually, the report said. Kwik Trip officials

DNR ready to purchase 14K acres in Iron County
02/19/2019 6:14pm

MADISON State Department of Natural Resources officials plan to ask their board next week for permission to spend nearly $5 million to purchase an easement on 14,350 acres in Iron County. Thedealcalls for the DNR to spend $4.8 million on the easement from Keweenaw Land Association Ltd., with $400,000 going into an endowment for road maintenance. The money would come from the DNRs land stewardship program. The property would be called the Great Northern Conservation Easement and would be

Family of woman stabbed to death at 70th and Fiebrantz says she called 911 on suspect days before
02/19/2019 5:33pm

MILWAUKEE The family of a woman fatally stabbed near 70th and Fiebrantz on Feb. 5 said the 36-year-old called police multiple times in the days leading up to her death. They believe Jamie Wilsons death could have been prevented. According to court records, a week before Wilsons murder, her boyfriend was arrested, accused of shooting at her and threatening to kill her. Wilsons family said the suspect was released a few days later after posting bail. As of Tuesday,



720 E Capitol Dr
Milwaukee, WI 53212   Directions

(414) 332-9611


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