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Groups work to quell violence in Milwaukee

Published July 23, 2014

Last summer there was a sudden increase in shootings, contributing to a year-end total of 105 homicides in Milwaukee. At the time of writing there have been 39 homicides in 2014, five fewer than last year at the same time. Some new initiatives seek to reduce violence in the city, while groups throughout the city continue previous efforts to put a stop to the shootings.

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Chronic trauma a serious concern for Milwaukee's children

Published May 27, 2014

When 10-year-old Sierra Guyton was shot May 21 on the playground of Clarke Street School, she rightly became the focus of the day's news and several news cycles thereafter. But there were other victims of the gunfire that evening - other children on the playground, for example, and neighbors living near the school. While none of them took a bullet, all of them suffered an acute trauma.

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Crazy ideas circle in wake of shootings

Published Dec. 20, 2012

The word "crazy" gets tossed around pretty much after something like the horrible shootings in Connecticut happens. You hear it all the time. "The guy must have been crazy" or "It must have been a crazy man who did it." I'm not entirely sure what "crazy" means, but I can guarantee you that the guy who committed this act is not the only crazy guy attached to this incident. As a matter of fact, we've got some politicians who are suggesting things that might be crazy, right here in Wisconsin.

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Twitter offers new way to rate TV shows

Published Dec. 18, 2012

It's not a perfect system, but TV outlets have for decades looked to Nielsen to provide a reasonable measure of who is watching what and when. Now, Nielsen is teaming up with Twitter to provide a new ratings system.

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