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By DAVID A. LIEB
September 12, 2021
Cities and urban counties across the U.S. are raising concerns that a recent rule from President Joe Biden's administration could preclude them from tapping into $350 billion of coronavirus relief aid to expand high-speed internet connections.
July 30, 2021
Demand for COVID-19 testing in Milwaukee has jumped amid a rise in positive cases of the virus, including the more contagious Delta variant.
July 5, 2021
MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Police in Milwaukee are trying to find whoever threw an explosive at two officers early Monday morning. Police said in a news release that an unknown suspect threw a "powerful pyrotechnic" device toward two male officers a little after midnight on North Water Street a few blocks from the Milwaukee School of Engineering.
Spirit Airlines, Inc.
June 24, 2021
/PRNewswire/ -- Spirit Airlines' (NYSE: SAVE) bright yellow planes touched down in Milwaukee for the first time today--carrying good news for travelers and a...
June 15, 2021
The number of lives lost, as recorded by Johns Hopkins University, is greater than the population of Baltimore or Milwaukee.
May 25, 2021
/PRNewswire/ -- Herzing University, an accredited, private nonprofit institution with locations in seven states and a nationally recognized online division,...
Caravel Autism Health
May 13, 2021
/PRNewswire/ -- Caravel Autism Health is pleased to announce the acquisition of The Center for Autism Treatment ("The Center"). In combining their teams, the...
April 28, 2021
Bike-share advocates say the pandemic has illustrated the necessary role these systems play in helping people get to grocery stores, workplaces, and more.
February 25, 2021
Spirit Airlines is known for its barebones fares and charging for extras like snacks, drinks, and advance seat assignments to keep ticket prices low.
Spectrum Investment Advisors
February 23, 2021
/PRNewswire/ -- Every year, companies throughout the greater Milwaukee region compete to be named one of Milwaukee's Best and Brightest Companies to Work For®....
Medical College of Wisconsin
January 18, 2021
/PRNewswire/ -- HealthyMKE, a website consolidating trusted resources and connecting Milwaukee county residents with COVID-19 vaccine and health resources, has...
The Bascom Group
January 5, 2021
/PRNewswire/ -- Bascom Group announced today that it has partnered with Capital Trust Group to acquire a Class A, 372,856-square-foot, cutting edge, absolute...
Walker & Dunlop, Inc.
December 22, 2020
/PRNewswire/ -- Walker & Dunlop, Inc. announced today that it structured $12,500,000 in financing for Windsor Court Apartments and $8,925,000 for Lindsay...
WEC Energy Group
December 3, 2020
/PRNewswire/ -- Cristy Garcia-Thomas, chief external affairs officer for Advocate Aurora Health Inc., has been elected to the board of directors of WEC Energy...
Make Music Winter
December 2, 2020
/PRNewswire/ -- Make Music Winter, a free celebration with exuberant and participatory musical processions, performances and virtual events in twenty U.S....
August 17, 2020
The panic over the US Postal Service is legitimate, but here's the good news: It's not that risky to cast a ballot by hand.
By Stacy Liberatore For Dailymail.com
June 30, 2020
A bizarre 'mothership' cloud formed over a New Mexico city June 23, bringing rain and intense lightning, The shelf cloud can be seen hovering over Clovis with a stunning sunset in the back.
By AARON MORRISON, Associated Press
March 30, 2020
Democratic lawmakers are calling out an apparent lack of racial data that they say is needed to monitor and address disparities in the national response to the coronavirus outbreak. In a letter sent Friday to Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar, Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Rep. Ayanna Pressley, both from Massachusetts, said comprehensive demographic data on people who are tested or treated for the virus that causes COVID-19 does not exist. Over the weekend, cities with large black and nonwhite Hispanic populations emerged as new hot spots for the spread of the virus. "Any attempt to contain COVID-19 in the United States will have to address its potential spread in low-income communities of color, first and foremost to protect the lives of people in those communities, but also to slow the spread of the virus in the country as a whole," the lawmakers wrote to Azar. "This lack of information will exacerbate existing health disparities and result in the loss of lives in vulnerable communities," the letter warned. Sens. Kamala Harris of California and Cory Booker of New Jersey and Rep. Robin Kelly of Illinois also signed the letter. It was shared exclusively with The Associated Press on Monday. The lawmakers urged the HHS secretary to direct the department's sub-agencies, such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Food and Drug Administration, to work with municipalities, states and private labs to ensure that racial and ethnic data are being collected. Spokespeople for HHS and CDC did not immediately respond to the AP's requests for comment on Monday. "Decades of structural racism have prevented so many Black and Brown families from accessing quality health care, affordable housing, and financial security, and the coronavirus...
February 27, 2020
At least five people have been killed in a mass shooting in the US city of Milwaukee. The attack took place at the headquarters of the Molson Coors brewing c...
November 25, 2019
City buses caught a massive meteor on camera as it hurtled across the sky over Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on Saturday night. Milwaukee County Transit System buses that captured the strange sight were traveling north ...
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