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Milwaukee, WI, United States

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Past articles by Andrea:

Celebrating Pi Day with pi and pie!

Today is March 14 and that means it's Pi Day: a day all about the number pi and also, pie. We were live this morning at Aggies Bakery and Cake Shop to help explain why people eat pie on Pi Day. → Read More

Video: Alleged racist behavior at Muskego basketball game

Beloit basketball players say they never expected to see the n-word and swastikas written all over the visiting team's locker room at Muskego High School. → Read More

Milwaukee Public Library preparing for potentially significant budget cuts

The library director says she's already looking at options if the budget allocation isn't enough to continue current services, and closing a branch is not out of the question. → Read More

Growing number of Wisconsinites say health care is not affordable

Citizen Action of Wisconsin is releasing a new survey that focuses on the affordability of health care in the state. → Read More

Celebrating Milwaukee's 177th Birthday with the Milwaukee Press Club

Hundreds of community and business leaders plan to toast the city's 177th year at a party tonight, hosted by the Milwaukee Press Club, at The Grain Exchange. → Read More

World-renowned art duo brings 24 lantern sculptures to Milwaukee

The large-scale art display features eight ground sculptures and 16 lanterns that will be hanging from the park's trees. → Read More

Holiday joy shines at Milwaukee's Mitchell Airport despite some delays, cancellations

On a day that seemed destined to be filled with stress, our cameras captured moments of joy, as travelers tried to make it to their destinations in time for Christmas. → Read More

How the power of your dollar makes the difference for small Wisconsin businesses

As of Friday, there are just eight shopping days left until Christmas, so we came to a place that embodies "Main Street USA" to understand what happens when you choose to "Shop Small". → Read More

Black Friday has become a beer holiday in Brew City

Forget the flatscreen TV or the latest hot holiday toy, it was beer that brought the Black Friday crowd to breweries across Milwaukee. → Read More

Mukwonago referendum wants to raise taxes for more firefighters

The Mukwonago Fire Department is encouraging the community to get out and vote in order to add more firefighters to the department. → Read More

Meet one couple heading to London for Green Bay Packers game

The countdown is on to the Packers first ever regular season international game. The Packers face the Giants at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium this Sunday. → Read More

Milwaukee budget to be released: Mayor warns of public safety cuts

On Tuesday, we'll get a look at the first city of Milwaukee budget put together by Mayor Cavalier Johnson. → Read More

UW-Milwaukee students start moving into dorms on Monday

UWM students will be traveling from 31 states as they move in today. An average of 198 students per hour are expected to arrive at the dorms on campus. → Read More

5-year-old girl shot near 49th and Meinecke in Milwaukee Sunday

A five-year-old girl was shot in Milwaukee Sunday morning, according to the mayor's office. Neighbors say they heard gunshots and saw emergency responders loading a young girl into an ambulance. → Read More

Milwaukee Public Schools launches first-ever Esports class

15 students are enrolled in the inaugural IT and Esports class at MPS. And yes... that means they are playing video games in school. → Read More

Demand up for bike rentals, with steep gas prices and warm weather

If gas prices have you watching the needle move from full to empty with a sense of dread, there are other ways to get around. → Read More

Pediatric experts offer advice for parents desperate to find baby formula

Lisa Chowdhury, a pediatrician at Children's Wisconsin, said she knows of local families who are having trouble finding formula. "They've been driving to Sheboygan, driving to Cudahy, and driving everywhere in between." → Read More

Inflation is poised to cause problems for food access in Milwaukee

Food Banks are projected to pay 40% more this year to buy food. → Read More

Parents and students adjust as MPS shifts to virtual learning format

The goal is that this shift to virtual learning will be short-term. MPS leaders have said the intention is to return to in-person instruction on Monday, January 10th. → Read More

Milwaukee man who has gone into Lake Michigan for 500+ days launches 'Cold Water Challenge'

For more than 500 days Paul Koepnick has started each morning with a chilly dip in Lake Michigan, and he's encouraging others to try it. → Read More