Regional News

New Milwaukee Police Chief

Jun 3, 2008

Edward Flynn is Milwaukee Police Chief. He was sworn in in January. He talks with Jane Hampden as part of WUWM’s series, Project Milwaukee: Youth Violence.

Neighborhood House

Jun 3, 2008

Richard Cox is executive director of Neighborhood House of Milwaukee. He speaks with Sara Prince.

Violence in the Neighborhood

Jun 2, 2008

Willie Hines, Jr. is president of the Milwaukee Common Council. He represents the city’s 15th district on the near north side, where he grew up. He discusses youth violence with Jane Hampden.

Stop Teen Violence

Jun 2, 2008

Joy Price is young adult librarian and coordinator of the Stop Teen Violence program at the Milwaukee Public Library. There's a seminar tonight at the Forest Home Library called “Protect Yourself.” Speakers will discuss safe relationships, conflict resolution and self defense. Price speaks with Jane Hampden.

Life After Gangs

May 30, 2008

Stanley Cole is a youth outreach worker with Milwaukee’s Running Rebels organization. He’s a former gang member who spent time in jail. Since then, he’s recruited and worked with hundreds of at-risk young people in Milwaukee, and gained national attention for his efforts. He talks with Jane Hampden.

A World of Gangs

May 30, 2008

John Hagedorn of Milwaukee is an associate professor of criminal justice and senior research fellow at the University of Illinois-Chicago’s Great Cities Institute. His new book is A World of Gangs: Armed Young Men and Gangsta Culture. He speaks with Jane Hampden.

Rounding Out Youth Violence

May 29, 2008

Bruce Murphy is editor of Milwaukee Magazine; Kurt Chandler is a senior editor of the magazine. Ricardo Pimentel is editorial page editor of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. They join Jane Hampden at the end of each month for the Lake Effect Reporter Roundtable. Today the journalists share thoughts about youth violence in Milwaukee.

History of Violence in Milwaukee

May 29, 2008

Milwaukee-born writer and historian John Gurda is a Lake Effect contributor He’s the author of eighteen books including The Making of Milwaukee. He talks with Jane Hampden about the roots of violence in the city.

Competing Cooks

Apr 25, 2008

Four students from Badger High School in Lake Geneva Wisconsin are slicing and dicing their way through a cooking competition going on in San Diego today. The quartet won at the state level and now are up against 36 other teams from around the country.

The winning team must concoct a three-course gourmet meal in one hour, and not a second longer.

WUWM's Susan Bence meet Badgers culinary program director Russ Tronsen and his Badger High School team as they practiced for the national ProStart Invitational.

Ralph and Terry Kovel are famous names in the world of antiques and collectibles.

Ralph was born in Milwaukee; when his family moved to Ohio, he met Terry Horvitz on a blind date. The couple's career took off in 1953 with the publication of their first "catalog" called Kovels' Dictionary of Marks. Their success lead to a newspaper column, television show and more.

WUWM's Susan Bence met Terry Kovel when she was in town for a home and garden show at State Fair Park.