Articles by Ross Terrell

The Milwaukee Jewish Community Relations Council reported a more than 60 percent rise in the number of anti-Semitic incidents in Wisconsin last year compared to 2015.
Officers took 2,419 guns off Milwaukee streets in 2016 according to the city's police Department, which amounts to more than 400 guns seized per 100,000 residents.
A study from the Southern Poverty Law Center shows the number of hate groups in the United States in 2016 increased for the second straight year to 917.
Close to 1,000 Milwaukee residents have already applied for new municipal ID cards since city officials began rolling out the program in January.
Milwaukee accounted for 47 percent of the state's HIV cases in 2015 compared to 51 percent of cases in 2014, according to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services.
Federal funding to refugee resettlement programs has been halted by President Donald Trump's executive order placing a 120-day ban on refugees entering the United States.
The United Network for Organ Sharing reported a record number of more than 33,000 organ transplants occurred last year in the United States. That was an increase of a little more than 8 percent compared to 2015.
A study by the American Cancer Society shows cancer death rates across the country dropped 25 percent over the past two decades.
A survey by the Department of Natural Resources found more occupied eagle and osprey nests in the state of Wisconsin than at any time in the last four decades.
More than 180 water fountains in the Milwaukee Public Schools district contained lead levels above EPA standards. There were 12,000 samples done of more than 3,000 water fountains and other water sources in the district's 191 buildings.