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Milwaukee, WI, United States

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Past articles by Elaine:

What to know about the GOP's first presidential debate being held in Milwaukee

Ahead of RNC's arrival next July, a key event will take place here this summer: the first Republican primary presidential debate. → Read More

'Brew Like a Girl' celebrates women in Milwaukee beer industry

Exactly one month before International Women’s Day, a local brewery is gearing up to sell its newest brew, celebrating the power of all things female. → Read More

Milwaukee leaders share importance of International Holocaust Remembrance Day amid rise in antisemitism

January 27 was chosen to commemorate the date when the Auschwitz concentration camp was liberated. Those traumas can be heightened when instances of antisemitism occur. → Read More

Nurturing Collaborative hopes to support families in need during and after pregnancy

A new local initiative hopes to offer support to some of Milwaukee’s youngest and most vulnerable residents. → Read More

Wisconsinites frustrated over 'radio silence' from Southwest Airlines

After nearly 24 hours of delays and cancellations, some local Southwest travelers say they still have no answers from the airline and little hope in making their trips a reality. → Read More

Southwest Airlines flight cancellations causing major headaches for travelers

Millions of travelers across the country are trying to head to their post-holiday destinations after severe weather left many scrambling. → Read More

Doctors warn frostbite could come in matter of minutes during extreme cold

Emergency medicine doctors say the threat of freezing skin and limbs can happen in a matter of minutes. → Read More

Pharmacies offering free COVID at-home tests ahead of holiday weekend

With the holiday weekend fast approaching, knowing your COVID status can keep you off the naughty list. → Read More

Milwaukee's first community land trust home is now available for purchase

With homeownership rates on the decline, a new community-led program hopes to bridge the gap and welcome new residents to move-in ready homes. → Read More

Gas prices hit new lows, experts say downward trend could continue

After months of record-high gas prices, AAA notes a nearly full dollar drop in the national average price for a gallon of regular unleaded in just the last month. → Read More

Local school offers support, healing prayers and 'mitzvahs for Henya'

After a Milwaukee native and her daughter drown off the shores of the U.S. Virgin Islands just days after Thanksgiving, students at a local school gather to pray for healing and support. → Read More

Pewaukee hosting parade Friday for 4-year-old's final birthday: 'All you want to do is trade places'

Delaney Krings has a laugh that instantly makes you smile, but underneath those giggles, lies a battle no four-year-old should ever have to go through. → Read More

2022 flu season considered worst in more than a decade, doctors say

As the holiday season gets into full swing, health experts say the yuletide cheer might be soured by the spike in respiratory viruses, including the flu and RSV. → Read More

World Cup fever reaches Milwaukee's Nomad World Pub

A Milwaukee bar known for its love of travel is gearing up for one of its biggest celebrations that comes every four years, the magic of the World Cup. → Read More

Wisconsin Red Cross urging blood donations ahead of severe flu season

With a potentially severe flu season on the horizon, the Wisconsin chapter of the American Red Cross hopes to weather the need for more blood by encouraging healthy donors to give back. → Read More

Former Gov. Marty Schreiber's memoir of caring for late wife with Alzheimer's reaches TODAY Show

In his new memoir, former Wisconsin Governor Marty Schreiber reflects on the life of his late wife, Elaine, who fought against the devastating effects of Alzheimer’s disease for the last 20 years. → Read More

VIDEO: Milwaukee's Christmas tree harvested for holiday season

That special time of year is back once again. Milwaukee is harvesting the tree that will be on display at City Hall during the holiday season. → Read More

Hunger Task Force files a civil rights complaint in response to recent closure of Coggs Center

After a recent closure of one of its busiest service centers, Hunger Task Force files a civil rights complaint against the state of Wisconsin. → Read More

Sentencing in Darrell Brooks trial to begin Tuesday, November 15

Darrell Brooks, the man a jury convicted of 76 charges including six counts of homicide for the Waukesha Christmas parade attack, will face sentencing beginning on Tuesday, November 15th. → Read More

United Way of Greater Milwaukee and Waukesha County kicks off Homelessness Awareness Week

The initiative is dedicated to increasing public education on the current state of housing insecurity across our area. → Read More