Ebola has once again risen to the top of newscasts. But doctors and public health officials around the country say they wish a similar state of alarm would exist over the upcoming flu season.
Earlier this month, six researchers from around the country issued a letter of concern about the management of Wisconsin’s wolf population.
With Election Day just around the corner, gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke is getting help from several big-name Democrats.
While men make up the largest numbers in the prison equation, women end up behind bars as well. And, their imprisonment and rehabilitation has a ripple effect also felt in the greater community.
Two Rufus King grads created Rishi Tea 17 years ago. Three moves and a lot of growth later, the company built a 50,000 square foot building with plenty of extra room in Milwaukee's Menomonee Valley.
Milwaukee County Supervisor Michael Mayo calls his second homeless awareness event a success and promises a return next year.
Topics range from enacting Common Core state standards to hiring good teachers.
An expert in global nuclear disarmament says we are making great progress in reducing the numbers of atomic weapons globally, but we still have a long way to go to get the number to zero.
As the Florentine Opera Company gets ready for their opening production of the season, the conductor and some of the cast members stop by Lake Effect to chat.
Over the past few years, we have talked a great a deal on this program about the big physical changes occurring at UWM.