Shooting At Waukesha South High School

Sheriff Lucas To Delivered Thanksgiving Dinners To Local Families

On Tuesday November 26, Milwaukee County Sheriff Earnell R. Lucas delivered baskets complete with a turkey and all the fixings to two local families for their Thanksgiving dinner.

Suspect Arrested In Shots Fired Incident Near Milwaukee River

Milwaukee, WI — On Wednesday, November 20, at approximately 7:41 a.m., the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office, the Milwaukee Police Department, the Shorewood Police Department, and the UWM Police Department responded to a report of shots fired in the vicinity of E. Capitol Dr. and Estabrook Parkway. A male suspect was arrested by responding officers and […]

Help Red Cross find SE Wisconsin community heroes

You can help the American Red Cross honor heroes from southeast Wisconsin by making a nomination to the 2020 Brave Hearts event. The Red Cross’ Brave Hearts event will honor everyday heroes across categories such as military, good Samaritan, youth, blood donor and community safety. The public is encouraged to submit nominations for people who […]

Semi Crash

Milwaukee, WI – On November 14 , at approximately 4:46 a.m., MCSO deputies responded to southbound I-41/US 45 near N. 124th St., for a semi-tractor trailer that went off the road, and down the embankment.  The right lane of southbound I-41/US-45 was shut down due to the crash. MCSO’s investigation has revealed the semi driver […]

Milwaukee Bucks And Pick ‘N Save To Donate And Distributed More Than $50,000 Worth Of Food

MILWAUKEE — For the second consecutive year, the Milwaukee Bucks and Pick ‘n Save  team up to help fight hunger in the Milwaukee area. In support of Kroger’s Zero Hunger | Zero Waste initiative, the two organizations have partnered to donate more than $50,000 worth of food. A semi-truck full of food was distributed by […]

Lane Closures Due to Crash

Milwaukee, WI — On november 6, MCSO is reported a two lane closures, due to a 10 car crash at northbound 45 on Capitol Dr. driver were advised to Slow down and move over for first responders, and expected delays.

Rep. Gwen Moore: Urging Action on the Influx of Toxic Chemicals Found in Baby Food

On October 28, Congresswoman Gwen Moore along with 15 of her House colleagues, wrote a letter to the FDA to demand action after reports found that 95 percent of tested baby food had toxic chemicals, including arsenic and lead. Past research findings reveal that even mild exposure to toxic chemicals harmed baby’s neural development. Congresswoman […]

La Congresista Moore Reconoce El 35 Aniversario De La Prevención De La Violencia Familiar

“Durante 35 años, la Ley de Prevención y Servicios de Violencia Familiar (FVPSA) ha proporcionado fondos para abordar únicamente la violencia doméstica y apoyar a los sobrevivientes con viviendas de emergencia y atención especializada para niños. La FVPSA revolucionó la forma en que nuestra nación responde a la violencia doméstica al abordar el problema a […]

Reckless Driver Strikes Crossing Guard

Milwaukee, WI — On Monday, October 14, 2019, at approximately 8:54 a.m., a reckless driver hit a crossing guard, on the grounds of a local hospital. The driver, an unidentified female, ignored the crossing guard’s signal to stop and bumped her twice with her vehicle; the crossing guard did not sustain any serious injuries. The […]