MPS Funding Continues to Decline
Loss of 19,000 students since 2003 and recent decline in its charter schools pushes revenue downward.
Last Chance for Old GED
United Way funding more instruction so those studying for tests can pass before new standards go into effect.
How to Improve the City’s Quality of Life
South side organizer helps implement improvement plans in several neighborhoods.
Uncertain Outlook for Milwaukee Public Schools?
Poverty, crime and retiree benefits all are issues for MPS, Thornton tells conference on schools.
Making the City Safer
Safe & Sound honors neighborhood leaders who make Milwaukee a safer place.
Searching for Justice
Family offers $10,000 reward to find killer of south side youth.
Governor Ignores South Side on Residency Requirement
Walker signs law, never responds to letters from South Side politicians and organizations.
Police Support North Side Meal Program
Department wants to assure safety of recipients at Oasis program.
New GED Test Adds Hurdles for Students
New version of test starts in December, which require some students to start over.
Packers Field Kicks Off at Mitchell Park
The neighborhood now is the only one in America with a former NFL playing field.