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Milwaukee Community Journal
Milwaukee Community Journal

3612 N Martin Luther King Dr
Milwaukee, WI 53212   Directions

(414) 265-5300

Website

Milwaukee County and Local Officials Request Support of Army Corps of Engineers
04/06/2020 3:01pm

Alternative Care Facility Will Provide Additional Beds as COVID-19 Infections Rise MILWAUKEE Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele, Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, West Allis Mayor Dan Devine, Milwaukee Commissioner of Health Jeanette Kowalik, Milwaukee County Medical Director Dr. Ben Weston, and the Intergovernmental Cooperation Council have submitted a letter to Governor Evers requesting support from The post Milwaukee County and Local Officials Request Support of Army Corps of Engineers appeared first on Milwaukee Community Journal.

“UNMASKED: A COVID-19 VIRTUAL TOWN HALL SERIES POWERED BY NAACP & BET” TO FOCUS ON THE HEALTH, ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL IMPACT OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC ON THE AFRICAN AMERICAN COMMUNITY
04/06/2020 2:55pm

THIS FOUR-PART CONVERSATION WILL BE A RESOURCE TO EMPOWER BLACK PEOPLE TO BUILD AN EFFECTIVE ACTION PLAN DURING THESE UNPRESECENTED TIMES COVIDUNMASKED BET announced a partnership with civil rights organization and stewards of human rights, the NAACP, on a four-part tele-town hall series Unmasked: A COVID-19 Virtual Town Hall Series Powered by NAACP & BET The post UNMASKED: A COVID-19 VIRTUAL TOWN HALL SERIES POWERED BY NAACP & BET TO FOCUS ON THE HEALTH, ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL IMPACT OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC ON THE AFRICAN AMERICAN COMMUNITY appeared first on Milwaukee Community Journal.

How Businesses Can Pivot While Slowed Or Closed During Difficult Times
04/06/2020 2:40pm

With businesses across the U.S. having closed temporarily or reduced services due to the coronavirus pandemic, company leaders are trying to find ways to stay afloat until the crisis passes and figure out how to move forward into an uncertain future. Dr. Kyle Bogan www.drkylebogan.com, a business consultant and speaker on workplace culture, The post How Businesses Can Pivot While Slowed Or Closed During Difficult Times appeared first on Milwaukee Community Journal.

Milwaukee Recreation provides free, virtual programs during “Safer At Home” order
04/06/2020 2:35pm

While the community continues to follow Wisconsins Safer At Home guidelines, Milwaukee Recreation is working to bring its programming directly to individuals through free videos on social media. On Sunday, March 29, Milwaukee Recreation launched its Rec. At Home initiative with a weekly schedule featuring yoga, fitness, and cooking sessions. Instructors led the courses over The post Milwaukee Recreation provides free, virtual programs during Safer At Home order appeared first on Milwaukee Community Journal.

How To Take Fear Out Of The Workplace During Covid-19
04/06/2020 2:29pm

By Rich Armstrong and Steve Baker Fear. Uncertainty. A growing sense of panic every time the president delivers a national address about the far-reaching effects of the coronavirus. Chatter around the workplace these days is filled with questions like: Will I get sick Will I have a job tomorrow Can I afford to pay my The post How To Take Fear Out Of The Workplace During Covid-19 appeared first on Milwaukee Community Journal.

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

333 W State St
Milwaukee, WI 53203   Directions

(414) 224-2000

Website

Milwaukee has just 5 polling places for Tuesday's election. Here's where they are.
04/07/2020 12:31am

Milwaukee will have just a fraction of the 180 polling sites that are usually open on election day, due to a severe shortage of poll workers.

Milwaukee County must conduct in-person voting after all, under Wisconsin Supreme Court order
04/06/2020 6:58pm

Abele said before the ruling that he would be prepared to look for other tools to keep people safe if the state Supreme Court didnt find in Evers favor.

'10 months of work in less than a week': UW Health launching clinical trials of coronavirus treatment
04/06/2020 6:45pm

Doctors at UW Health in Madison will begin using plasma from coronavirus survivors in an attempt to rescuethe most severely ill.

'A perfect storm': African Americans in Milwaukee, already facing health disparities, hit hard by coronavirus
04/06/2020 5:53pm

Of the 45 people confirmed to have died from complications of COVID-19 in Milwaukee County as of Monday morning, 33 have been African American.

'There isn't a single call where it doesn't feel like a crisis.' 211 helpline deluged after coronavirus outbreak.
04/06/2020 5:20pm

The 211 line helps people find emergency services such as food, shelter, health care and mental health support.

WDJT-TV
WDJT-TV

809 S 60th St
Milwaukee, WI 53214   Directions

(414) 777-5800

Website

WISN-TV
WISN-TV

759 N 19th St
Milwaukee, WI 53233   Directions

(414) 342-8812

Website

National coronavirus updates: US nears 11,000 deaths; White House optimistic about effects of social distancing
04/07/2020 7:14am

As the U.S. coronavirus death toll continues to rise, the country prepares for what the president said will be a difficult week and a half.

Woman doesn't let coronavirus stop her from completing goal of running marathon
04/07/2020 7:09am

Hayley Dunning was scheduled to run 26 miles at the age of 26, but the coronavirus pandemic canceled her race.

VIDEOCAST: 70s to Storms
04/07/2020 5:50am

Temps boost to near 70 with storms possible in the late afternoon.

Theater students were scheduled to perform Hamlet. Instead of canceling, the show went on virtually
04/07/2020 4:27am

The thing thats really plaguing Hamlet throughout is a real sense of isolation and loneliness. I think thats pretty relatable across the board right now.

Police recover body of Maeve Kennedy Townsend McKean; search for son to continue
04/07/2020 2:32am

The Maryland Natural Resources Police announced Monday the body of former Maryland Lt. Gov. Kathleen Kennedy Townsends daughter was recovered, while the search for her grandson continues.

WITI (TV)
WITI (TV)

9001 N Green Bay Rd
Milwaukee, WI 53209   Directions

(414) 214-3696

Website

Catch Tuesday’s supermoon, biggest and brightest of year
04/07/2020 7:14am

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. A supermoon rises in the sky this week, looking to be the biggest and brightest of the year. Not only will the moon be closer to Earth than usual, it will also be a full moon. Scientists call this cosmic combo a supermoon. The moon will be 221,855 miles 357,042 kilometers away at its fullest Tuesday night, making it appear larger and more brilliant. NASA is encouraging everyone to look skyward, whether its outside or through

Polls are open across Wisconsin despite coronavirus fears
04/07/2020 7:08am

MILWAUKEE Polls are open across Wisconsin on a most unusual election day. Polls will remain open on Tuesday until 8 p.m., but voters are urged to be patient and take safety precautions. Gov. Tony Evers tried to stop in-person voting with an order Monday, but the state Supreme Court ruled it must go on. Cities have consolidated the number of polling sites due to a shortage of workers willing to interact with the public due to the coronavirus. Polls

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson spends night in ICU; not on ventilator
04/07/2020 6:56am

LONDON British Prime Minister Boris Johnson spent the night in the intensive care unit of a London hospital with the new coronavirus, but is not on a ventilator, a senior government minister said Tuesday, as pressure grew on the government to release more details of Johnsons condition. Johnson was admitted to St. Thomas Hospital late Sunday, 10 days after he was diagnosed with COVID-19, the first major world leader to be confirmed to have the virus. He was moved

63-year-old Union Grove man arrested, accused of cutting man with butcher knife
04/07/2020 6:41am

UNION GROVE A 63-year-old Union Grove man was taken into custody Monday, April 6 for attempted first-degree intentional homicide after injuring another man with a butcher knife. According to the Racine County Sheriffs Office, shortly before 3 p.m. deputies were dispatched to a home on Mill Avenue near Cardinal Lane for reports of an assault. It was reported that there were three adults, two men and a woman. The woman called 911 stating that her uncle had cut her

10 things voters should know about the April 7 spring election, presidential primary
04/07/2020 6:25am

MILWAUKEE Wisconsins Spring Primary and Presidential Primary will occur on Tuesday, April 7 and all absentee ballots must be turned in or postmarked on Election Day as a result of decisions Monday, April 6 by the Wisconsin Supreme Court and United States Supreme Court. Hundreds of thousands of voters will likely be heading to the polls Tuesday in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Heres what they should know: How and where you vote may have changed because of

WTMJ (TV)
WTMJ (TV)

720 E Capitol Dr
Milwaukee, WI 53212   Directions

(414) 332-9611

Website

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