To help guide you through this crazy and confusing election - and help you and others stay as safe as possible - here's a guide to today's vote.
Social distancing doesn't mean you have to forego your civic duty, especially in this electronic age. There are two big events coming up that you shouldn't - and in one case mustn't - skip: the April election and the 2020 census.
On Tuesday, Feb. 18, voters in Milwaukee will have the opportunity to help shape the city's future by participating in the spring primary election. Here are some steps, courtesy of Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service, to ensure that your voice is heard that day.
"What does it look like for the black community to thrive?" That's what BLOC, Black Leaders Organizing for Communities, has asked thousands of Milwaukeeans living on the North Side since November 2017, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
Join contributor Martin Moore in the above video as we ride the streetcar, talk with fellow riders, snap some photos, and then head out to do our duty as good practicing Americans and vote.
Wondering where to vote on Tuesday? We have links.
In an effort to get more Millennials of color to the voting booths, a series of hip-hop focused events will kick off this month and continue through 2020. The event, called "Our City, Your Vote," was created by Kennita Hickman.
The first MLB All-Star ballot update was released Monday, and it's a true testament to just how much a collective team effort this impressive Brewers season has been so far - or a harbinger of an impending regression, or reflection of lagging fan support - that they had just two names on the list.
After consulting with the Milwaukee Bucks performance staff, All-Star forward Giannis Antetokounmpo will miss the next two games to manage soreness in his right knee.
On Thursday, Giannis Antetokounmpo was named a starter for the NBA All-Star Game. Milwaukee teammates Khris Middleton and Eric Bledsoe could also be selected. In all, 18 Bucks players received votes - from players, media or fans - to be an All-Star starter. They didn't all deserve it.
After a Wizards missed shot Monday, Giannis Antetokounmpo picked up the loose ball and, facing his own basket, hiked it, football-style, down the court to teammate Khris Middleton, who had sprinted ahead. Middleton dunked it in to bring the Bucks to within 90-89, sparking the team's comeback.
Despite walking back its plan to curtail the power of The Congressional Ethics Office, Congress was squarely blamed for its actions. I am here to convince you that the fault for this action is entirely misplaced. Congress isn't to blame; we are.
As a part of an occasional series on nonprofit leaders in Milwaukee, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service sat down with Voces De La Frontera founder and executive director Christine Neumann-Ortiz to chat about influential moments in her life and career.
Let's escape the haunting recounts and find it somewhere in our hearts to vote - despite the crudeness of the past year of election news and hoopla.
With 57 stations and nearly 512 bikes located around Milwaukee and Wauwatosa, Bublr Bikes is offering anyone free, convenient rides of up to 30 minutes on Election Day - Tuesday, Nov. 8 - to encourage voting.