Back in the NewsNov 30th, 2016 by Bruce Murphy
Problems at county jail just the latest incidents of mistreatment under Sheriff Clarke.
Nov 30th, 2016 by Alexandria Bursiek
Problem impacts everyone, says Reggie Moore, who runs Office of Violence Prevention.
Court WatchNov 30th, 2016 by Matt Rothschild
Decision gives police leeway on home searches; Justice Bradley joins liberals in dissent.
Court WatchNov 29th, 2016 by Gretchen Schuldt
Legal Aid Society attorney Brian Michel will run for Municipal Court, arguing it needs reforms.
Murphy’s LawNov 22nd, 2016 by Bruce Murphy
Donovan and several aldermen demand more, Hamilton slaps them down. Who’s right?
Special ReportNov 22nd, 2016 by Edgar Mendez
Greenfield Ave. is the city’s hub for sex trade, where prostitutes, residents are victimized.
Nov 13th, 2016 by Tom Held
One by hit and run driver. “Accidents” underline need for more careful driving, walking, biking.
Nov 12th, 2016 by Andrea Waxman
100 attendees from across spectrum of the community attend strategic planning session.
Nov 10th, 2016 by Allison Steines
Non-profit raised $270,000, will now expand for first time into Police District 4.
Nov 9th, 2016 by Jabril Faraj
Can its collaborative, community-oriented approach be a model for Milwaukee?
Your Right to KnowNov 4th, 2016 by Chris Ahmuty
There’s no reason to delay release of videos of killings of Jay Anderson in Wauwatosa, Sylville Smith in Milwaukee.
Nov 4th, 2016 by Edgar Mendez
73% of municipal court fines hit city’s African Americans, totals $23 million over four years.