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Advocates for People with Disabilities Decry GOP Proposed Election Law Changes

Wisconsin Disability rights advocates and election officials raise concerns about voting law proposals by Republican state lawmakers.

Advocates for People with Disabilities Decry GOP Proposed Election Law Changes

Milwaukee Tool Tax Benefits Move Ahead, Labor Groups Seek Benefits Agreement

A $20 million taxpayer funded grant for Milwaukee Tool to renovate its downtown office to house up to 2,000 workers has cleared the Redevelopment Authority of the City of Milwaukee and heads to the Milwaukee Common Council.

Milwaukee Tool Tax Benefits Move Ahead, Labor Groups Seek Benefits Agreement

Health Officials Concerned About Drop In Milwaukee Vaccination Rates

With enough supply of vaccine in Milwaukee, health officials are urging all individuals 16 years and older to get the COVID-19 vaccine.

Milwaukee Public Schools Students Start Returning To Classrooms

Milwaukee Public Schools students started returning to classrooms Wednesday, for the first time in more than a year.

Evers Calls On GOP-Controlled Legislature To Pass Juvenile Justice Reforms

Gov. Tony Evers was in Milwaukee Tuesday, touting juvenile justice reforms contained in his budget proposal. He called on the Republican-controlled state Legislature to pass the initiatives.

Evers Calls On GOP-Controlled Legislature To Pass Juvenile Justice Reforms

Milwaukee, Wisconsin Health Officials Respond To The Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Pause

Local and state health agencies have joined a national pause in use of the COVID-19 vaccine made by the firm Johnson & Johnson. But officials in Milwaukee and Madison are still urging people to get shots of COVID vaccine made by two other companies, Pfizer and Moderna.

Milwaukee, Wisconsin Health Officials Respond To The Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Pause

With In-Person Performances Off-Limits, Cedarburg High School Choir Creates Radio Concerts

The Cedarburg High School choir pivoted from in-person performances to radio concerts this school year.

With In-Person Performances Off-Limits, Cedarburg High School Choir Creates Radio Concerts

Medical College Of Wisconsin President Offers Three Criteria For Opening Up The Economy

A prominent Milwaukee-area doctor has given a business and civic group his estimate on when the local economy can fully reopen after suffering through the COVID-19 pandemic.

Medical College Of Wisconsin President Offers Three Criteria For Opening Up The Economy

Limited Tailgating Allowed, Mask Requirement Remains As Milwaukee Brewers Begin Second Homestand

Beginning Monday night, the Brewers will play six games at home over the next week. Despite rising COVID-19 cases, some changes are in store since the team's first home games of the season, including a limited return of tailgating in the parking lots at American Family Field.

Limited Tailgating Allowed, Mask Requirement Remains As Milwaukee Brewers Begin Second Homestand

Hesitant About The Vaccine? New Milwaukee Ad Campaign Wants To Convince You Otherwise

A new multi-media ad campaign in Milwaukee County aims to convince hesitant people to get their COVID-19 vaccine.

Hesitant About The Vaccine? New Milwaukee Ad Campaign Wants To Convince You Otherwise

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