NNS reporter Allison Dikanovic recently joined Lake Effect’s Joy Powers on WUWM to discuss the future of the youth criminal justice system in Milwaukee and Wisconsin, especially in light of suggested changes proposed in Gov. Tony Evers’ budget.
During the Black History Month Read-in, Leonard Glover, his two children and a modest group of community members enjoyed poems and stories about African-Americans, by African-Americans.
NNS reporter Allison Dikanovic recently joined WGLB-AM 1560’s “Morning Mix” to discuss changes coming to our youth justice system.
Hear Ron Smith, the new editor of the Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service, discuss what’s ahead for NNS on WGLB-AM 1560’s “Morning Mix” with hosts Dennis Walton and Saryea Murchison.
NNS reporter Analise Pruni discussed her recent story regarding Washington Park’s potential historic designation and how this impacts Urban Ecology Center’s proposed future plans.
NNS reporter Andrea Waxman discussed her three-part series about the legacy of the Zilber Neighborhood Initiative with Mitch Teich, host of WUWM’s Lake Effect.
Kiwan Epps recognizes that his customers at the Avenues West Walgreens have immediate needs during a snowstorm.
Gabriela Riveros, a Milwaukee-based illustrator, has created an art installation along the Kinnickinnic River in Pulaski Park.
NNS reporter Ana Martinez-Ortiz discussed her story about a new youth center on the North Side founded by Ma’ruf, a Muslim nonprofit organization.
Javier Miguel DeHoyos, 14, said he was disappointed watching high school students from Kentucky disrespect a Native American war veteran.