Six months into the year, homicides are down about 30% in Milwaukee, mirroring the national decline in homicides and other violent crime following a surge during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As Wisconsin faces affordable housing shortage, campaigning Evers puts $200 million in federal funds toward the problem
With law enforcement agencies hurting for candidates, 30 fired or forced out officers back working as jail guards in Wisconsin
More than 500 jail officers fired or forced out across the state in past five years, including more than 200 in Milwaukee County
Republican redistricting put Fitzgerald brothers – who live 13 miles apart – in different congressional districts
Experts call it “shenanigans,” “different species of gerrymandering”
The total number of law enforcement officers and the total number of police academy graduates in Wisconsin are both at a ten-year low. Recruiting and retaining officers has become more difficult, making it an employee’s market.
Portraits of voters from Milwaukee, Madison and Eau Claire.