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Longtime Milwaukee talk radio icon Eric Von died at the age of 68.
The Wisconsin Network for Peace and Justice announced that it will honor Steve Braunginn with its Lifetime Achievement Award.
CEOs of Tomorrow is preparing the next generation of business leaders with real-world business experience.
Jimmy Carlton sat down for a Q&A with State Senator Lena Taylor regarding the recent unrest in Milwaukee.
The Dane County Board of Supervisors approved a $15 minimum wage for County employees and any County contractors.
Dane County announced it will contract with Catholic Charities of Madison to operate the new day shelter and resource center for homeless people.
The Wisconsin Historical Society will offer a workshop in researching genealogy specifically for African Americans.
Columnist Miles Brown thinks it’s time for Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke to ride off into the sunset.
Dr Gloria Ladson-Billings offered her take on Colin Kaepernick’s anthem protest.
Columnist David Hart says the future of the church depends on gender equity.
In other news …
Despite a court ruling in favor of the oil pipeline, the Obama Administration ordered a halt to construction near the Standing Rock reservation in North Dakota.
President Obama nominated Washington, DC attorney Abid Riaz Qureshi of Maryland for the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. If confirmed, Quereshi would be the first Muslim American on the federal bench.
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