Local school officials are evaluating how federal guidelines that say schools must let transgender students use bathrooms and locker rooms that match their gender identities will affect their school districts.
A dump truck with its dump box raised tore down an overhead electrical wire crossing Forest Home Avenue in the 6500 block, knocking down three utility poles about 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, May 25, Milwaukee police said.
A man walked into a Greenfield sporting goods store, stole a set of car keys out of an employee's locker, and then stole her car out of the parking lot on May 5.
A 23-year-old Milwaukee man was taken into police custody on allegations that he pointed a loaded gun at his 22-year-old girlfriend, who is the mother of his two young children, and her sister while they were smoking marijuana inside a Greenfield apartment on May 4.
A boy driving a stolen vehicle led Greenfield police on a high-speed pursuit reaching 100 mph that ended in a crash during the early morning hours of May 6.
A $26 million plan to upgrade the Greenfield schools, including a major renovation of the middle school and millions in energy-saving projects is poised to go ahead after no opposition was voiced at a recent public hearing.(1)
There was relief that the Edgerton Avenue road project in Greenfield will not expand the road as much as was feared, but there was still some unhappiness with the plan, especially with getting sidewalks.(1)