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Past articles by Sam:

Albuterol asthma drug shortage, Milwaukee pharmacy impacted

The FDA says a “rescue drug” may need its own rescue after identifying a shortage of a popular asthma medication, and the closure of an Illinois manufacturing plant may worsen the situation. → Read More

New Berlin police shooting in Milwaukee, 2 hospitalized

A New Berlin police detective fired his weapon in Milwaukee Monday during an investigation into a stolen vehicle. → Read More

Milwaukee police presence; 56th and Locust

There is a significant police presence at 56th and Locust in Milwaukee. → Read More

Milwaukee transgender woman killed, Menasha man arrested

A man considered a person of interest in the murder of Cashay Henderson, a Milwaukee Black transgender woman, was arrested late Tuesday night in Menasha after a slow-speed chase. → Read More

Wisconsin reckless driving: Tough penalties, help for police in new bills

Former Milwaukee alderman, now state Representative Bob Donovan of Greenfield co-authored both bills. → Read More

Cashay Henderson Milwaukee's 3rd Black trans woman killed in 9 months

For the third time in nine months, a Black transgender woman was killed in Milwaukee. Firefighters found her inside her apartment Sunday with a gunshot wound while they were responding to a fire. → Read More

Racine County winter storm brings 'ice coming down from the sky'

We're used to the snow and the cold, but an ice storm in Racine County Wednesday made for an interesting evening. → Read More

Snow day for Milwaukee Public Schools' students, others: 'It's very fun!'

Before the flurries even fell Thursday, classes were canceled for students in Wisconsin's largest school district, Milwaukee Public Schools. Most of the other districts followed suit, making for a rare snow day for Wisconsinites. → Read More

Milwaukee 4-year-old with autism left on bus, mom says

A Milwaukee mother says her 4-year-old son who has autism was left on his school bus and said she wants to know why. → Read More

American Family Field repairs: Evers proposes 1-time, $290M payment

As part of his upcoming biennial budget proposal, Gov. Tony Evers wants to use part of the state's $7 billion surplus to keep the Milwaukee Brewers franchise in Milwaukee. → Read More

Support for Officer Jerving, Milwaukee police 'really appreciated'

After Milwaukee Police Officer Peter Jerving was killed in the line of duty, the community continues to show support for him and the police department. → Read More

Wisconsin EMS shortage, Greenfield FD among those struggling to hire

Firefighters and other leaders describe the state's EMS industry as a formula for failure, with departments struggling to hire – or worse, unable to respond to calls. → Read More

Racine police chase; speeds topped 100 mph as pursuit entered Franklin

Racine County authorities arrested a 38-year-old man after a police chase that stretched from Wind Lake into southern Milwaukee County. He's suspected of stealing from five stores in the last month. → Read More

Milwaukee youth prison proposal set for final approval

The Milwaukee Common Council voted Tuesday to approve rezoning that would permit the construction of a new youth prison in Milwaukee, replacing Lincoln Hills. It would house the state's most serious young offenders. → Read More

MPS teacher voices safety, culture concerns: 'Serious need of repair'

A Milwaukee Public Schools teacher said the district isn't doing enough to protect students, faculty and staff. → Read More

Milwaukee 'Community Projects for Seniors' Christmas meals for 36th year

They could have spent Christmas morning at home with their own families, but for the 36th year in a row, a Milwaukee nonprofit came together to ensure some of our most vulnerable neighbors were taken care of on Christmas, and it all started with food. → Read More

Grocery stores packed before winter storm 'so we can be snowed in'

Grocery stores are usually busy leading up to the holiday, but parking lots and check-out lines were fuller than normal Wednesday with the winter storm on our doorstep. → Read More

Winter storm prep: We Energies, residents planning for the worst

With wind gusts as strong as 60 mph in the forecast, some homes could lose power. → Read More

Milwaukee 10-year-old accused of killing mom, attorneys push $100 bail

Attorneys for a Milwaukee 10-year-old accused of killing his mother over a virtual reality headset tried to convince a judge to set bail at $100 since he has no money -- a request denied by the judge. It was also noted in court none of his relatives say they would serve as his legal guardian if he was released. → Read More

Milwaukee Northridge Lake mother, daughter deaths, family frustrated

The day before Khalilah Brister and her daughter, Tyrielle Jefferson, were found dead in Milwaukee's Northridge Lake, a woman dialed 911, saying she was going to drive her car into a lake with her daughter in it. Family wonders why there was no Amber Alert. → Read More