Westown Association announced on Wednesday, May 25 the more than 100 local vendors that will participate in the 2022 Milwaukee Night Market.
The state is making a $5 million investment to help create a new community center dubbed "Concordia 27" near 27th and Wells.
The Milwaukee Police Department asked for the public's help locating critically missing 10-year-old girl Hannah Frye.
Milwaukee police are investigating a multi-vehicle crash that happened early Thursday morning, May 5 near 16th and Wells during a police chase.
Marquette University police are investigating after multiple offensive stickers were found in the heart of campus, most recently Tuesday.
Marquette University police are investigating an armed robbery and shooting that happened Saturday – allegedly involving the same suspect.
Police are investigating a reckless driving crash that left two people injured near 17th and Highland around 8 p.m. Saturday.
Milwaukee police said a woman was shot and injured near 27th and Highland on Friday, March 18.
The Milwaukee Fire Department was called to a building near the Marquette University campus after a section of exterior wall collapsed Friday.
Milwaukee police responded to the shooting of an 8-year-old girl Saturday, Jan. 15. A suspect was arrested in connection to the homicide.
The man accused of killing Marquette University Dean Joe Daniels in a hit-and-run crash pleaded guilty to one charge on Wednesday, Oct. 27.
A 19-year-old Marquette University student was the victim of an armed robbery near 18th and Kilbourn on Thursday, Oct. 14.
A new mural depicting Hank Aaron and Tommie Aaron, both of whom played for the Milwaukee Braves, has been installed in Milwaukee.
The Marquette University Police Department is searching for a man suspected in a series of campus-area burglaries.
A 23-year-old Milwaukee man was shot and injured near 28th and Wisconsin on Thursday night, June 17.
The Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office said there is no escaped inmate from the Milwaukee County Jail, and no danger to the public, on Tuesday.
A construction project is scheduled to begin March 29 just north of the Marquette Interchange, according to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation.
A Marquette University safety alert states that the victim is not affiliated with the university. Police said the incident is road rage related.