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Milwaukee VA Needs Volunteer Drivers to Take Patients to Appointments

The Milwaukee VA Medical Center is seeking volunteer drivers to take patients back and forth to their hospital appointments. The Disabled American Veterans, which oversees the driving program, needs volunteers for the Racine, Kenosha, Waukesha, and Milwaukee area. The program is set up to give free rides to patients for their hospital appointments at the […]

Posted inNews

Trump Wisconsin recount seeks to throw out tens of thousands of votes in Democratic strongholds

By Nora Eckert and Anya van Wagtendonk Wisconsin Watch This article is made possible through Votebeat, a nonpartisan reporting project covering local election integrity and voting access. It may feel like 2016 all over again for some Wisconsin election officials: a presidential contender wins by about a 20,000-vote margin, there is a nearly even partisan […]

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Defund the police? Milwaukee eyes future amid Black Lives Matter protests, coronavirus budget crunch

Milwaukee activist Annia Leonard wants a safe community without police, and she draws from her own experience when thinking about what that could be: like the time a conflict at her grandmother’s house ended peacefully in a garden — without anyone in handcuffs. Annia Leonard is seen outside of her grandmother’s house in the Sherman […]

Posted inRCE Noticias

Ciudad De Milwaukee Aprueba Ordenanza Requiriendo El Uso De Mascarilla

MILWAUKEE, Wis. (RCE Noticias) – Dirigiéndose a Milwaukee o al trabajas allí, deberás traer una máscara y usarla bajo ciertas condiciones después de que los funcionarios de la ciudad aprobaron por unanimidad una ordenanza de máscara. Funcionarios de Milwaukee, incluido el alcalde Tom Barrett, mencionaron la necesidad de limitar la transmisión de COVID-19 en Milwaukee, […]

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Nueva Tecnología Aumenta La Eficiencia En Sitios De Prueba COVID-19 De La Guardia Nacional De Wisconsin

WISCONSIN (RCE Noticias) – La Guardia Nacional de Wisconsin, junto con el Departamento de Servicios de Salud de Wisconsin (DHS), implementó una nueva tecnología en los sitios de prueba basados ​​en la comunidad, lo que hace que el proceso de prueba COVID-19 sea más eficiente. La Aplicación de Prueba y Registro de Dynamics (DTRA), también […]

Posted inCORONAVIRUS

Milwaukee mask ordinance passes

MILWAUKEE, WI — Heading to Milwaukee or work there, you’ll need to bring a mask and wear it under certain conditions after city officials there unanimously passed a mask ordinance. Milwaukee officials, including Mayor Tom Barrett, cited the need to limit the transmission of COVID-19 in Milwaukee — the state’s hardest-hit area for the virus. […]

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Jobs That Help, Milwaukee-based Nonprofit jobs website, expands to Racine County

Press release MILWAUKEE, WI – Jobs That Help, the specialized Milwaukee-based jobs listing website for nonprofit organizations and job seekers, is announcing its expansion to Racine County, as well as to the rest of the state. Jobs That Help was launched in February 2019 by a team of Milwaukee nonprofit professionals in order to provide […]

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Milwaukee Bucks Arena Funding Passes Senate

The Wisconsin Senate made a rare display of bipartisanship on Wednesday by passing a $250 million financing deal for the new Milwaukee Bucks arena. The measure passed by a 21-10 margin, which included 16 votes from Republicans and 5 from Democrats. Support for the proposal was tenuous until a pair of important modifications allowed it to gain bipartisan support. First, Milwaukee […]