Waukesha, WI

Milwaukee man commits suicide at Milwaukee County Jail

MILWAUKEE – A 21-year-old Milwaukee man allegedly committed suicide at the Milwaukee County Jail Sunday night. He was arrested a little bit after 4:30 p.m. at Bradford Beach on misdemeanor charges that included Disorderly Conduct, Resisting. Arrest, Carrying a Concealed Weapon and Felony Bail Jumping. He was placed into...

Bucks 1st Round Draft Pick Could Become Valuable Role Player

The player taken by the Milwaukee Bucks in the first round of last week’s 2022 NBA Draft could become a valuable role player. MarJon Beauchamp has a 7′ wingspan that makes him a strong defensive player. He’s known for his hustle. He comes to Milwaukee from the...

24th and Lapham shooting: Man wounded, no arrests

MILWAUKEE - Milwaukee police are investigating a shooting that happened Monday, June 27 near 24th and Lapham. It happened around 12 a.m. Police say a 32-year-old Milwaukee man was taken to a local hospital and is expected to survive. This investigation is on going and Milwaukee police continue to seek...

Doctor says her patients who live in poverty will be hardest hit by high court abortion ruling

On Milwaukee’s North Side, Dr. Stephanie Findley operates a clinic that serves uninsured and under-insured residents of the community, many of them people of color. Her patients, she says,  will be among those most drastically affected by Friday’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe v. Wade and stripping away the federally recognized right to abortion. […] The post Doctor says her patients who live in poverty will be hardest hit by high court abortion ruling appeared first on Wisconsin Examiner.
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Yankees Rivalry Roundup: Red Sox stay red-hot, Rays sweep Pirates

For most of Sunday, it looked as though the rest of the American League would have an opportunity to make up more ground on the Yankees. Houston no-hit the Yankees into the seventh yet again, and looked on the way to sending New York home with a third-consecutive loss. Yet...

Thieves Won't Stop Stealing Hyundais And Kias

Few things in life are as devastating as walking out to your driveway only to find someone has helped themselves to your pride and joy. Aside from the laborious admin you're now faced with, it's terrifying to think a member of the criminal classes has stolen something you've worked very hard for.

Lane Lambert’s passion, compassion made many believers long before Islanders

Lane Lambert was in the air above the Mississippi River, trying to grab onto the armrest. It was Jan. 9, 2009, six days before Sully Sullenberger became a household name, and the Milwaukee Admirals’ flight from Memphis to San Antonio had started with a loud bang. Upon takeoff, something had gone wrong when the pilot tried to bring the landing gear up. Now they were circling the Mississippi with Lambert, the team’s head coach, competing with his assistant, Brad Lauer, for the best piece of plastic to hold onto. “They were sending messages home,” the team’s radio announcer Aaron Sims recalled. The plane hovered...

Milwaukee Police Arrested 3 Juveniles After Armed Robbery, Police Pursuit

Milwaukee police say officers have arrested three juveniles after an armed robbery and a police pursuit. The incident finally came to an end Saturday just after 9:30 p.m. Police say the vehicle they had been chasing was stolen earlier during the armed robbery. Three teens were taken into custody, a...

Eight matches announced for AEW Dark: Elevation

AEW has announced eight matches for Dark: Elevation. The episode was filmed on June 22 from the UWM Panther Arena in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Rival tag-teams Swerve in our Glory and Team Taz will both be on the show. Lee and Swerve will face Vic Capri & GPA while Starks & Hobbs will face Jordan Kross & Joey Jett.
Greater Milwaukee Today

Summer in the City

MKE It Back for Summer in the City! From returning crowd favorites to a brand-new midweek concert series, Downtown Milwaukee is the place for endless summer fun. Heading back into the office? We’ve upped our game for your return. In its inaugural season, Heart(beats) of the City powered by MGIC is set to rock Red Arrow Park every Wednesday in June and July with the area’s best bands and food trucks at lunch. Plus, PNC presents Tunes@Noon returns with weekly poolside concerts every Thursday this summer in 411 East Wisconsin Center’s courtyard.