Daily news stories from WUWM - Milwaukee's NPR.
PFAS Chemicals Pose A Continued Threat To Water In Northeast Wisconsin
In 2017, PFAS chemicals were found to be contaminating water in the Marinette/Peshtigo area, along the coast of Green Bay. The pollution continues to threaten drinking water and residents safety today.
Milwaukeeans Protest Police Brutality Ahead Of Chauvin Verdict
A group of about 60 people gathered at Red Arrow Park in downtown Milwaukee Sunday to speak out against police brutality and racial injustice.
Suspect Apprehended In Fatal Shooting At Kenosha County Tavern
Authorities say they have apprehended a person in connection with a shooting at a busy tavern in southeastern Wisconsin early Sunday that left three men dead and three men injured.
Advocates for People with Disabilities Decry GOP Proposed Election Law Changes
Wisconsin Disability rights advocates and election officials raise concerns about voting law proposals by Republican state lawmakers.
Milwaukee Tool Tax Benefits Move Ahead, Labor Groups Seek Benefits Agreement
A $20 million taxpayer funded grant for Milwaukee Tool to renovate its downtown office to house up to 2,000 workers has cleared the Redevelopment Authority of the City of Milwaukee and heads to the Milwaukee Common Council.
Health Officials Concerned About Drop In Milwaukee Vaccination Rates
With enough supply of vaccine in Milwaukee, health officials are urging all individuals 16 years and older to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
This is my only audio source for Milwaukee news. I think,as a podcast, a better format would be to tie the stories into a once-daily episode, rather than short segments. Nevertheless I’m very happy to have it.
Stenographic journalism ....
... But the best currently available in the Milwaukee area. The management is openly hostile to the ideal of "afflicting the comfortable and comforting the afflicted," so know what you're consuming when consuming this media offering. This is often "one side says this, the other side disagrees" stenography. More fact-checking would be appreciated.