Posted inEye on EmploymentWisconsin Jobs

Census 2020 Jobs Paying Up To $22 An Hour Are Now Available

The U.S. Census Bureau is recruiting thousands of temporary workers to fill 2020 Census jobs in southeastern Wisconsin and elsewhere around the country. The jobs are mainly for clerical and census-taker positions, but also include a few supervisory and recruitment outreach positions. In Milwaukee, 2020 Census jobs between $20 to $22 an hour. In Waukesha […]

Posted inGovernmentNewsPolitics

Here’s How Wisconsin Voted On Donald Trump Impeachment

WISCONSIN — Wisconsin’s representatives in Congress voted along party lines Wednesday night as the House of Representatives voted as a group to approve two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump and charge him with abusing his office and also obstructing congress. Wisconsin’s three democratic representatives were for impeaching the president, while the state’s four […]

Posted inNewsPolice and Fire

Family Of Slain 18-Year-Old Files Lawsuit Against Police

RACINE, WI — The family of Ty’rese West, the 18-year-old who was shot and killed by a Mount Pleasant police officer in June, has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit claiming the officer used excessive force and violated his constitutional rights. Chicago-based Action Injury Law Group is representing West’s family in the case. Mount Pleasant […]

Posted inBusinessNews

Children’s Hospital Bans Children Under 12 From Visiting

MILWAUKEE, WI — It’s once again flu season in Wisconsin and Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin is temporarily banning children younger than 12 years old from visiting patients in two hospitals. According to a news release from Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, the ban goes into effect starting Wednesday, Dec. 18 at their Milwaukee and Neenah hospital. […]