Category : Wisconsin

Midwest / Wisconsin - 1 day ago

Marsy’s Law: It’s Not Easy to Simply Move On

By Ana Martinez-Ortiz When a heinous crime occurs, there’s usually some media coverage to follow. It’s not unusual to see the same story played out on several stations or printed in several publications. Depending on the crime, it could be talked abo...

Midwest / Wisconsin - 1 week ago

Ballot Talk 101: Don’t Skip the Referendums

By Ana Martinez-Ortiz If there’s one thing most Americans can agree on, is that its citizens and residents are the patriotic sort. Part of this streak of patriotism is performing one’s civic duty, which includes exercising one’s right to vote. In a f...

Midwest / Wisconsin - 1 week ago

Ballot Talk 101: Don’t Skip the Referendums

By Ana Martinez-Ortiz If there’s one thing most Americans can agree on, is that its citizens and residents are the patriotic sort. Part of this streak of patriotism is performing one’s civic duty, which includes exercising one’s right to vote. In a f...

Midwest / Wisconsin - 1 week ago

Necessity is the Mother of Invention

By LaKeshia Myers COVID-19, better known as coronavirus has come to wreak havoc on the world. While we have been focused on the virus’ devastating health-related impacts, I have become intrigued by the glaring inequities that have been exposed during...

Midwest / Wisconsin - 1 week ago

Necessity is the Mother of Invention

By LaKeshia Myers COVID-19, better known as coronavirus has come to wreak havoc on the world. While we have been focused on the virus’ devastating health-related impacts, I have become intrigued by the glaring inequities that have been exposed during...

Midwest / Wisconsin - 1 week ago

Cheating and Rigging Their Way to Power

By Democratic Party of Wisconsin After saying that he would recuse himself from ruling on a case that has the potential to knock more than 200,000 people off the voter rolls, GOP-endorsed candidate for Supreme Court Dan Kelly went back on his word an...

Midwest / Wisconsin - 1 week ago

March is National Kidney Month

By Karen Stokes March is National Kidney Month, a time when communities across the country raise awareness about kidney disease. In 2020 the focus is on the link between high blood pressure and kidney disease. High-risk populations include those with...

Midwest / Wisconsin - 1 week ago

Mayor Barrett is Building a Greener Milwaukee

Urban areas around the country are all seeking ways to lessen the environmental impacts by reducing waste, creating more green space, expanding recycling and solar energy. Mayor Barrett has led the way for a better environment. Beginning shortly afte...