Milwaukee Summer Youth Internship Program; applications accepted

Acting Milwaukee Mayor Cavalier Johnson announced on Monday, Feb. 14 that applications are now being accepted for the Milwaukee Summer Youth Internship Program (SYIP).

The SYIP provides local youth with employment and life skills, and helps them meet educational, job readiness, and career exploration goals. 

After two years of virtual programming, the SYIP is once again offering paid, in-person positions with City government and local businesses for high school-aged young people in Milwaukee. 

SIGN UP TODAY: Get daily headlines, breaking news emails from FOX6 News

This summer, approximately 130 slots will be available in the SYIP for eligible youth (Milwaukee residents ages 16-19). Application information is available now at milwaukee.gov/syip.

Kevin Hart tour; Fiserv Forum stop set for August 28

Kevin Hart is coming to Milwaukee! His Reality Check Tour is set to make a stop at Fiserv Forum on Sunday, Aug. 28.

Waukesha house fire: Good Samaritan checks for residents, calls 911

Fire crews were called to a home near Broadway and Racine in the City of Waukesha Sunday evening after a passerby noticed flames.