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    The Hard Lesson of Republican Education Cuts

    August 26, 2016 Leave a Comment

    By Urban Media News Staff   A good public education is the key to building a successful and prosperous life for our children, our grandchildren and people across our community.   Despite this, Gov. Scott Walker and the Republicans who control our state legislature have put the education funds of our neighborhoods on the chopping… [Read More]

    Public Announcement for an Emergency Research Study of Cardiac Arrest

    July 22, 2016 Leave a Comment

    Public Announcement for an Emergency Research Study of Cardiac Arrest Airways in Southeast Wisconsin Researchers at the Medical College of Wisconsin are studying which type of advanced airway method is better for Emergency Medical Services (EMS) to use on a person having cardiac arrest. Cardiac Arrest is a major public health problem. There are about… [Read More]

    Recruiting Research Participant withOCD/TRICH

    July 22, 2016 Leave a Comment

    Recruiting Research Participant withOCD/TRICH   We are currently conducting a computer-based treatment study for adults (ages 18-60) at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Do you suffer from unwanted, uncontrollable, or repeated thoughts/behaviors? • Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) • Compulsive hair pulling (Trichotillomania) Participants will receive treatment and compensation. Please contact us at ADL@UWM.EDU or 414-416-4249

    Wisconsin Lottery Most Recent Winning Numbers

    June 4, 2016 Leave a Comment

    Wisconsin Lottery Most Recent Winning Numbers Powerball 12 – 25 – 37 – 60 – 69 –  Powerball: 20 Powerplay number is 3X June-08-2016 Mega Millions 25 – 48 – 51 – 65 – 72 –  Megaball: 4 Megaplier number is 4X June-07-2016 Megabucks 14 – 22 – 39 – 42 – 45 – 46… [Read More]

    African American Business Sunday & Week

    May 25, 2016 Leave a Comment

    When: Sunday, June 12, 2016 11:00 A.M. Where: St. Mark A.M.E. Church 1616 West Atkinson Avenue Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53206 Speaker: Mrs. Maggie Anderson of Chicago, Illinois Author of “Our Black Year” In this book, she talks about her and her husband’s experience of “buying Black” for an entire year! WE WANT EVERY BLACK BUSINESS IN… [Read More]

    White House Appoints 2015-2016 Class of White House Fellows

    August 26, 2015 Leave a Comment

    WASHINGTON, DC – Today, the President’s Commission on White House Fellowships announced the appointment of the 2015-2016 class of White House Fellows. The Fellows come from diverse backgrounds, and varied professions, and have demonstrated a strong commitment to public service and leadership. The 2015-2016 class of Fellows and their biographies are included below.   The… [Read More]

    Why disability insurance is critical

    May 1, 2014 Leave a Comment

    Most people understand why having life insurance is a good idea: Nobody wants to leave their survivors in a financial lurch if they were to die suddenly. But what if you suffer an accident or illness and don’t die, but rather, become severely disabled? Could you or your family make ends meet without your paycheck,… [Read More]

    Stamper wins 15th Aldermanic District race

    May 1, 2014 Leave a Comment

    Milwaukee County Supervisor Russell W. Stamper, II, edged out Eyon Biddle Sr., in the April 29th, 15th district aldermanic race to succeed Willie Hines. Stamper won 954 votes to Biddle’s 923. Stamper will serve the unexpired term of former Common Council President Willie Hines who resigned earlier this year to take a job as associate… [Read More]

    Social Security generates $28 billion in economic activity, supports 195,000 jobs in Wisconsin

    October 3, 2013 Leave a Comment

    A new study from the AARP Public Policy Institute calculates that each dollar paid to Social Security beneficiaries in Wisconsin generates nearly two dollars in spending by individuals and businesses, adding about $28.1 billion in total economic output to Wisconsin – and about $1.4 trillion to the national economy – in 2012. The report also… [Read More]

    Seniors: Be on high alert for scams

    October 3, 2013 Leave a Comment

    I look forward to the day when we no longer need to warn senior citizens about scams designed to separate them from their hard-earned money. I’m not holding my breath, however. According to the FBI, senior citizens make attractive targets for con artists for a variety of reasons: They’re more likely to have a nest… [Read More]