Bayside — Emergency dispatchers have started offering over-the-phone advice that could save lives in the North Shore. »Read Full Article
The latest reports from North Shore police departments.
Shorewood —A three-day work stoppage for Milwaukee bus drivers has local bus riders scrambling to find a ride to work, school and other errands until Saturday.
The Fourth of July is next weekend, and communities across the North Shore have a variety of events on tap to celebrate.
Whitefish Bay — A Hartford couple have been charged in connection with a burglary scheme that targeted people attending funerals.
River Hills — Students at the University School of Milwaukee may be far removed from the problems of the central city, but that doesn't mean they don't have an interest in helping out.
Glendale — Nicolet School Board members Marilyn Franklin and Libby Gutterman have survived a formidable election challenge from a university mathematics education professor.
Mequon —Two North Shore school districts had their referendum wishes granted in Tuesday's election.
Voters across our nine North Shore communities will head to the polls on Tuesday, April 7 to weigh in on eight contested races, two school referenda and a statewide referendum.
Mequon — After several months of feeding homeless men at The Guest House of Milwaukee, North Shore teenagers Michael Marcus and Jacob Coran decided they wanted to help those men cook for themselves.
Elections are decided by those who show up — and in Tuesday's primary election, not many people showed up.
Facing six-figure budget shortfalls, North Shore school districts are reaching out to state legislators to explain how Gov. Scott Walker’s proposed budget would impact public schools.
When measles hit the Chicago suburbs two weeks ago, schools in the North Shore took notice.