Wisconsin is not known for the power of the Latino vote, but in a state with such tiny margins even a small shift can have a big impact on national politics.
The first Republican primary debate, in Milwaukee on Wednesday, will give many Americans the first chance to hear from the GOP presidential candidates, but the party's frontrunner won't be there.
Milwaukee has often had visits from presidents of both parties who find it a convenient point of contact with voters proud to be part of either the middle class or the working class.
All three people and all 53 dogs on the plane survived, although there were some minor injuries among both groups of mammals. The flight was bringing rescue dogs from New Orleans to Milwaukee.
Polls found that young people were among the least likely to vote this fall. But the end of Roe v. Wade has helped boost voter registration among them. Other issues are also important to young voters.
The white man, 62, says the friend of a Black man, 24, stole a bicycle from his friend's yard. Milwaukee police say they are investigating the incident.
A barista-led labor movement has dealt challenges to coffee shop owners, and not just Howard Schultz. In Milwaukee, two independently owned cafés faced union drives with two very different outcomes.
The school argues that it exercised its contractual right to deny the Robinson children enrollment in 2021, as school officials determined it was in the "best interest of the school."
Craig and Kelly Robinson say the University School of Milwaukee ended their sons' enrollment after they raised concerns about the school's treatment of students of color and other alleged biases.
President Trump says his team will file a lawsuit challenging Wisconsin's results prior to the state's certification deadline on Tuesday.
With just days left until Nov. 3, NPR explores what's on the minds of some voters from this swing state. For a dairy farmer, it's his farm. For others in Milwaukee, it's driving Black voter turnout.