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Guns in schools closer to reality

MADISON- Legislation introduced by Sen. David Craig (R-Vernon) and Rep. Mary Felzkowski (R-Irma), would, if passed, allow people to carry guns into Wisconsin schools. The...

Governor Walker budget leaves UW $7.5 million short

MADISON- The Legislature’s finance committee takes up the UW System budget Tuesday, including his proposed tuition cut for students from Wisconsin. But the state’s Legislative Fiscal...

Students celebrate National Bike to School day

Across Milwaukee, students participated in a National Bike to School day on Wednesday May 10. Press release from Wisconsin Bike Fed via Urban Milwaukee explains more Thousands of Milwaukee public...

Dr. Jill Biden to keynote Milwaukee tech college commencement

Dr. Jill Biden, the former U.S. second lady and a community college professor at Northern Virginia Community College, will keynote the Milwaukee Area Technical...

Gov. Walker prioritizes tourism industry, over education

Gov. Walker spoke to a group of students Tuesday saying the tourism industry depends on schools not starting before Sept. 1. "There is no way...

Scholar Angela Davis inspires Milwaukee crowd

MILWAUKEE - Nationally known activist and scholar, Dr. Angela Y. Davis, spoke to a capacity crowd at Marquette University on Wednesday evening. She was...

For years the West Allis-West Milwaukee mismanaged funds

MILWAUKEE - In two years the West Allis-West Milwaukee school district, one of the state's largest districts, overspent by $14 million, and now wants...

Where have all the preschool teachers gone?

MADISON - Experts say the most critical generation, preschool aged children, are being undeserved because teachers don't have the systems in place that they need to...

Milwaukee students get free books, meet children’s author

MILWAUKEE - On February 15, more than 5,000 MPS students will receive free books to continue building their own home libraries; and develop their reading skills...