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Fare collection will resume for all Milwaukee County Transit System buses on June 1

The Milwaukee County Transit System (MCTS) announced on May 26 that it will resume fare collection, and front door boarding on all buses and on paratransit vehicles providing Transit Plus rides...
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Milwaukee Public Schools to honor 2020 graduates with a weeklong celebration of virtual ceremonies

Due to the pandemic this year, Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) will recognize seniors with a weeklong celebration of virtual graduation ceremonies beginning June 1. Graduates and their families will...
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Scam Alert: Robocalls target local residents with fake at-home COVID-19 testing kits

Some new studies show that up to 50% of people with COVID-19 don’t show any symptoms, so many people are wondering if they had the disease without knowing it. Fortunately, an antibody test can...
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A Tale of Two Coopers: How White complicity fuels racism

Racism is a prolific killer. We’re seeing that right now. It is entrepreneurial in its malice and it will use whatever means necessary to eliminate those it is threatened by and fearful of. The...
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An unearned privilege: Americans today are wasting their inherited freedom

Freedom is an unearned privilege — and you have it. If you were born here in America you inherited it. It came with your breath and your birth certificate. That freedom actually wasn’t free though —...
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An Unfathomable Scale: How do we grieve the loss of 100,000 American lives?

Nearly 100,00 people, America. 100,000 lives in just over 100 days. 100,000 mothers, best friends, favorite uncles, beloved teachers, helpful neighbors, papas, grandmas, first loves, only children,...
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