Milwaukee’s Federal Deployment Will Not Be Like Portland, U.S. Attorney Says
Milwaukee’s Federal Deployment Will Not Be Like Portland, Swears U.S. Attorney

The new description is at odds with President Trump’s announcement.

April’s Pandemic Election Suppressed Milwaukee’s Black Vote
April’s Pandemic Election Suppressed Milwaukee’s Black Vote

Study finds poll closures — spurred by a lack of workers due to health concerns — directly led to a depressed turnout.

Milwaukee Orders Police To Develop An ‘I Can’t Breathe’ Policy
Milwaukee Orders Police to Develop an ‘I Can’t Breathe’ Policy

Police have ignored pleas of breathless, unarmed Black men, leading to their deaths.

Father of 8 Dies of COVID-19 at Work. Family, Coworkers Say He Felt Pressure to Work Sick.
Father of 8 Dies of COVID-19 After Collapsing at Work. Coworkers Describe the Pressure to Work Sick.

Yet another ‘essential worker’ died after reportedly being mistreated by his employer.

No, Hand Sanitizer Is Not Going to Catch Fire In Your Hot Car
No, Hand Sanitizer Is Not Going to Catch Fire In Your Hot Car

Provided you keep your car out of volcanoes, metal foundries, and the sun, you have nothing to worry about.

What It’s Like to Open A Small Business During The Coronavirus Pandemic
What It’s Like to Open a Small Business During the Coronavirus Pandemic

As Main Street businesses shutter across Wisconsin, a few have opened for the first time during the pandemic.

Justice Brian Hagedorn
The Contrarian Conservative: Justice Hagedorn Says Decision to Kill Safer-at-Home Was ‘Not Grounded In Law’

In a surprise, court’s newest coservative sided with progressive justices Ann Bradley Walsh and Rebecca Dallet to support the stay-home order.