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Milwaukee, WI, United States

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Past articles by Ubah:

Plans to extend Milwaukee metered parking put on hold

A proposal to extend the hours that you'd have to feed the meter to park in downtown Milwaukee is on hold, for now. → Read More

Children raise money to provide Waukesha County K9 with bulletproof vest

A life-saving gift for a K9 instead of birthday presents is what two local children decided to do. The children's donation is keeping the community safe while keeping a Waukesha boy's memory alive. → Read More

Battle over backyard birds in Waukesha: Proposed ordinance moves to full council

Waukesha residents flocked to city hall Monday night. The city does not have a chicken ordinance in place. The proposed ordinance ruffled many people's feathers because of the regulations. → Read More

New youth prison facility in Milwaukee gets final signature from Mayor Johnson

The plan to build a new youth prison facility on Milwaukee's northwest side moves forward after years of working to replace Lincoln Hills School for Boys and Copper Lake School for Girls. → Read More

Maple Elementary School Spelling Bee is all the buzz

It was a big day for students at Maple Elementary School as they competed for the title of spelling bee champ, and to advance to the Milwaukee Public Schools district-wide spelling bee. → Read More

Milwaukee non-profit hopes for big boost this GivingTuesday

GivingTuesday is a generosity movement that's all about supporting your community, including non-profits. It was founded in 2012, and has only grown through the years. → Read More

Shop local and support small businesses at Brookfield's Holiday Craft & Gift Expo this weekend

With Black Friday nearing its end, shoppers are already turning their attention to small business Saturday. → Read More

UW-Milwaukee Iranian students raise awareness for critical condition in Iran

It's been two months since a movement was sparked in Iran following the in-custody death of a young woman, who was arrested for loosely wearing her hijab. → Read More

Burlington voters will decide what to do with Echo Lake Dam, remove or improve it

Residents can either remove the dam and drain the lake, or repair the dam and keep the lake. → Read More

Pleasant Prairie 1993 'John Doe' is of Native American descent, police say

While the identity of the 'John Doe' found dead in Pleasant Prairie in 1993 has not been found, investigators released new details about the case. → Read More

Families and experts weigh in on the rise of gun violence among youth

So far in 2022, nearly 200 children have been injured or killed by gun violence in the City of Milwaukee. Dominique Hampton lost her 15-year-old son DeChale Hampton earlier this year. → Read More

Northcott Neighborhood House chosen for Sam's Club Day of Service

Northcott Neighborhood House is getting an early start on the holiday giving season, and it's coming from their friends at Sam's Club. → Read More

'I don't want to watch anymore': Waukesha residents weigh in on how the trial of Darrell Brooks is going

Darrell Brooks faces 76 counts in connection with the Nov. 21 incident in Waukesha. An hour into the trial today Thursday, the mental competency of Darrell Brooks was brought up. → Read More

Here's how to get the new 'bivalent' COVID-19 booster shot in Wisconsin

Wisconsin health officials are urging residents to get the latest COVID-19 booster as shipments begin arriving this fall. → Read More

MPS without 250 + teachers as the start of traditional school year nears

One week from Tuesday, hundreds of Milwaukee Public School (MPS) students will start the school year, but without hundreds of teachers. → Read More

Milwaukee Public Schools free driver's education program will more than double teens served this fall

In just a few days, more than 1,000 Milwaukee Public School students will be able to register for free driver's education classes. → Read More

South Milwaukee family recounts the moment a car crashed into their home while inside

A quiet Sunday night for a South Milwaukee family turned horrific when a car crashed into their home, while they were inside. The crash drove into a house near 17th and Chestnut. → Read More

Officials recover two more bodies from the Kinnickinnic River

Two days after finding the body of a 10-year-old boy, officials have recovered two more bodies. → Read More

Two Milwaukee County residents die in heat wave, Medical Examiner says

The Milwaukee County Medical Examiner's office is investigating two recent deaths as heat-related, as southeast Wisconsin sees its warmest temperatures in a decade. → Read More

'I heard a loud explosion': High and low power lines touching causes imbalance

A large "boom" that sounded like an explosion led to a power imbalance in a Waukesha neighborhood Thursday morning, according to homeowners and We Energies. → Read More