Why Milwaukee Aldermen Must Reject the Outrageous Sylville Smith Settlement

The Milwaukee Common Council must soundly reject the new city attorney’s proposed $4 million settlement in the case of... Read more »

NAACP Debate: Why Won’t Milwaukee Democrats Debate Black Republicans?

Five Milwaukee Democrats, including U.S. Rep. Gwen Moore, are refusing to appear at an NAACP debate to square off... Read more »

Khalil Coleman: A Milwaukee Protest Leader’s Chicago Gangland Ties

Tiffany Henry, Milwaukee office director for Democratic U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin, arrives at the interview first. Wearing a black... Read more »

The Joseph Project: GOP Candidate Creates Hope in Milwaukee’s Inner City

We met Orlando Owens on a gray weekday in a humble red-brick storefront church along W. Center Street in... Read more »

BLM Marches for Man Shot in Violent Fight With Milwaukee Officer

BLM and other activists are marching on Aug. 21 for a man named Juan Ariel Perez, who was shot... Read more »

Former Chief Morales Seeks $625,000 for ‘Bias’ & Reputational Harm

Former Chief Alfonso Morales is taking his case to court, alleging that the Milwaukee Fire and Police Commission “exhibited... Read more »

Milwaukee Billboard Urging People to Go to School, Get a Job Enrages BLM Leader, Others

A billboard that urges people to finish school, get a job and give back to the neighborhood, has enraged... Read more »

Ronald Bell Accused in Shooting Incident Involving Officer Joseph Mensah

Ronald Demetrian Bell Jr., who is in the Milwaukee County Jail on felony charges for second-degree recklessly endangering safety... Read more »

Ronald Bell, William Lofton: Accused Suspects Named in Joseph Mensah Incident

Ronald Demetrian Bell Jr. and William Deaval Lofton are facing charges of felony 2nd-degree recklessly endangering safety and were... Read more »

Former Ohio Gov. John Kasich Speaks at DNC, Gets Labeled a ‘Traitor’ on Twitter

Three former Republican politicians, including former Ohio Gov. John Kasich, and a former CEO are scheduled to speak at... Read more »