As Pfc. Robert G. Mueller was leaving his home, he looked back at the farm where he grew up and said he would never see the place again. It was as if he knew his fate was to never return home. Mueller was the third child of eight children in the two-story red farmhouse with […]
As authorities launched an aggressive search for the killers of Laylah Petersen, the 5-year-old Milwaukee girl who was shot twice in the head while sitting on her grandfather’s lap inside her own home, one of the alleged murderers was already in gun court: For another shooting that occurred the month before Laylah was slain. Carl […]
After the fatal shooting of 1-year-old Bill Thao in 2014, the Milwaukee Police Department’s District 4 and members of the Hmong community decided to collaborate together to start a task force in the hopes of having a safer community. The MPD Hmong Advisory Task Force had its first dialogue about crime and safety Saturday afternoon […]
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Program Committee for the College of Nursing is considering adjusting a policy to have nursing students look professional without taking away much of the students’ individuality. The committee might consider loosening its policy on tattoos and piercings. As more and more people are having tattoos and piercings, society has become more […]
UW-Milwaukee is home to many veterans. The university sponsored a breakfast to honor their service. Pakou Lee reports.
When older adults in a day care center and students from an Intro to Women’s Studies at UW-Milwaukee started writing letters to each other, careers and dreams shifted. The letters written by students revealed deeply personal matters that involved family issues and their range of dreams, dreams that the older adults in the day care […]
Writing comes before homework – and even home cooked meals – for Montel Allen.