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Milwaukee Community Journal
Milwaukee Community Journal

3612 N Martin Luther King Dr
Milwaukee, WI 53212   Directions

(414) 265-5300

Website

Habari Gani June 13, 2019
06/13/2019 4:06pm

Supreme Court to hear media mogul Byron Allens $20B racial discrimination case against Comcast Byron Allen, founder/CEO of Entertainment Studios, will have his $20 billion racial discrimination lawsuit against cable giant Comcast heard by the U.S. Supreme Court. Entertainment Studios asserts Comcasts refusal to award licenses for its channels amounts to a violation of section The post Habari Gani June 13, 2019 appeared first on Milwaukee Community Journal.

Milwaukee nonprofits collaborate to create benches for Victory Over Violence Park
06/13/2019 2:45pm

MILWAUKEE June 12, 2019 Local Milwaukee organizations Home GR/OWN and the Milwaukee Art Museum MAM Teen Internship Program are partnering with attendees from The Furniture Societys annual conference at the Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design MIAD, June 19 22, 2019 to create furniture for installation at Victory Over Violence Park in Milwaukee, The post Milwaukee nonprofits collaborate to create benches for Victory Over Violence Park appeared first on Milwaukee Community Journal.

County Board Vice Chair Marcelia Nicholson to Join Juneteenth Day Celebration
06/13/2019 2:36pm

MILWAUKEE County Supervisor Marcelia Nicholson will celebrate Juneteenth Day this year by engaging directly with festival goers about how they can be involved in their local government. Supervisor Nicholson will host the Milwaukee County Boards information booth from 8:00AM to 5:00PM on Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive, with support from County Board staff. The The post County Board Vice Chair Marcelia Nicholson to Join Juneteenth Day Celebration appeared first on Milwaukee Community Journal.

Milwaukee Promise Zones 2019 Summer Initiative Kickoff Friday
06/13/2019 2:29pm

Common Council President Ashanti Hamilton will be hosting the Milwaukee Promise Zones 2019 Summer Initiative Kickoff TOMORROW Friday June 14 at Lincoln Park Pavilion, 1301 W. Hampton Ave. The event will provide a first look at the MPZ initiative and an opportunity to meet partners from all four zones, information on how to get The post Milwaukee Promise Zones 2019 Summer Initiative Kickoff Friday appeared first on Milwaukee Community Journal.

Whose Lives Matter? Our Lives Matter By Michaela Purdue Lovegood
06/12/2019 12:11pm

Twenty years ago, I was a director of youth programs for a subsidiary organization of the Chicago Housing Authority. I ran after-school, GED and job training programs for Black youth living in the citys public housing. In the three years that I ran these programs, there were four times when I supported young poor, Black The post Whose Lives Matter Our Lives Matter By Michaela Purdue Lovegood appeared first on Milwaukee Community Journal.

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

333 W State St
Milwaukee, WI 53203   Directions

(414) 224-2000

Website

Why temps dropped 20 degrees Saturday afternoon — and will the cool weather stay for Father's Day?
06/15/2019 10:21pm

Temperatures dropped from 75 to 55 degrees within an hour Saturday afternoon. Meteorologists expect the clouds and autumnal weather to continue Sunday.

Waukesha Republicans celebrate Jim Sensenbrenner's 50 years in public service
06/14/2019 7:55pm

The Dean of Wisconsins congressional delegation, who began his career in the state Assembly, plans to run for his 22nd House term next year.

Despite their differences, Republicans adopted many of Tony Evers' priorities with their budget
06/14/2019 5:25pm

With the state budget, Republican lawmakers are fighting on Democratic Gov. Tony Evers turf.

All I-43 southbound lanes reopened at Locust Street after investigation finds no shots fired
06/14/2019 4:51pm

The Milwaukee County Sheriffs Office said the I-43 southbound lanes were closed because of an investigation.

Urgency to close Lincoln Hills youth prison fades as costs — and concerns — mount
06/14/2019 1:45pm

Lawmakers push back the date to close the states youth

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

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CAUGHT ON CAMERA: K9 takes down man behaving erratically outside IHOP
05/29/2019 5:09am

The suspect was looking for his wife who was an employee at the restaurant.

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee says his home state can lead by example for nation if elected president
06/13/2019 8:56pm

The 68-year-old Democrat says he has brought changes on many fronts to his home state changes he believes can be an economic template for the nation.

Bernie Sanders says his progressive policy ideas are based on life experiences
05/30/2019 8:20pm

He prefers to talk policy over biography, and voters asked what he would do if elected president, including whether he would limit the use of executive orders.

18-year-old man killed in Mount Pleasant police shooting
06/15/2019 11:03pm

Police used lethal force after man was uncooperative.

Racine street named for former NBA star Caron Butler
06/15/2019 11:01pm

Caron Butler Drive unveiled, as new basketball court was dedicated

WITI (TV)
WITI (TV)

9001 N Green Bay Rd
Milwaukee, WI 53209   Directions

(414) 214-3696

Website

Parents say police pulled guns on them after 4-year-old daughter took a doll from a store in Phoenix
06/15/2019 9:33pm

PHOENIX A Phoenix couple is seeking $10 million from the city after a video showed police officers drawing a gun on them after their 4-year-old daughter allegedly stole a doll from a Family Dollar store. Dravon Ames and fiancee Iesha Harper told CNN they didnt notice when their daughter walked out with a Barbie from the store last month. Theyve filed a notice of claim against the city for $10 million, which serves as a precursor to a lawsuit.

Street named after NBA star and Racine native Caron Butler
06/15/2019 8:59pm

RACINE NBA star Caron Butler was honored in his hometown of Racine on Saturday, June 15. The Racine City Council named a road after the former Milwaukee Bucks player: Caron Butler Drive. The road is the home of Dr. John Bryant Community Center, where Butler first picked up a basketball. Butler says the honor is a dream come true and shows if you put your mind to something, work hard, and dream big you can achieve anything. PHOTO GALLERY

Waukesha County widow completes mission to pave road where husband was killed on bicycle 
06/15/2019 8:55pm

WAUKESHA COUNTY One year after a Waukesha County pediatrician was struck and killed by a car, his life and legacy is being honored in a big way. One year ago, on June 14, Doctor Brian Yagoda an avid cyclist went for a bike ride to clear his mind. I think it was a way for him to get away from being a doctor and problems he cant solve and just go out there and relax and be

Have you seen the Gyro Drop on social media? It’s fake
06/15/2019 7:45pm

SEOUL, South Korea If you were planning a trip to Seoul, South Korea to ride the intense Gyro Drop free-fall amusement park ride after seeing the video currently circulating on social media, you will be disappointed. The video shows a drop tower that essentially triples in size as the riders are taken to the top via a rotating gondola. As the gondola approaches the top, the riders drop from the gondola as it turns into a swing. The riders

Upstate New York judge dies after having a heart attack on the bench
06/15/2019 7:40pm

PUTNAM COUNTY, N.Y. A judge in upstate New York died after suffering a heart attack in his courtroom. Putnam County Court Judge James Reitz had just finished a case on the bench Friday morning when he asked a court officer for help. They were getting ready to call the next case when Reitz said to the court officer that was with him, John, I think I need you to help me here, Putnam County Executive MaryEllen Odell told CNN.

WTMJ (TV)
WTMJ (TV)

720 E Capitol Dr
Milwaukee, WI 53212   Directions

(414) 332-9611

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