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Mexico Travel Advisory

Current travel advisory information for U.S. citizens planning to go to Mexico.

Wisconsin Home Energy Assistance Program (WHEAP)

The Wisconsin Division of Energy, Housing and Community Resources provides services to Wisconsin qualified residential households with energy assistance and weatherization needs. For more information call 1- 866-HEATWIS (432-8947).

MyVote Wisconsin

Information on voting locations, registration and the ballot can be found on MyVote Wisconsin.

Flu Vaccine Finder

Find a pharmacy near you that is providing flu shots

Waukesha County Alerts

Sign up to receive public safety alerts and severe weather warnings that could directly impact you and your family.

Breast Cancer Resources

Susan G. Komen Wisconsin is the local source for funding breast cancer detection, support and educational awareness in 22 Counties.

Milwaukee County Energy Assistance

Need help paying your energy bill this winter?

CWD Positive Locations in Wisconsin and Illinois

A map indicating where CWD positive wild deer have been found in Wisconsin and Illinois.

Will Your Homeowners Insurance Come Through After a Natural Disaster? 

Analysts with Consumer Reports say when it comes to severe weather, make sure you review your Homeowners policy. 

Milwaukee at a Crossroads

It's been two years since CBS 58's primetime special Milwaukee at a Crossroads.

CBS News exclusive interview with Giannis Antetokounmpo

Milwaukee Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo is saying he has his teammate's back following the controversial arrest of Sterling Brown.

"Heart of Canal Street" Campaign

You have a chance to help kids less fortunate through Bingo games at Potawatomi until the middle of December.

Marquette Law School Poll 

Complete poll results and methodology information. For more local political coverage, please click here. 

Revitalize Milwaukee

Free home repairs in the city of Milwaukee.

China Lights: Panda-Mania

Tickets are now on sale for China Lights, the event that celebrates Asian culture and lights up the Boerner Botanical Gardens for a month during the fall.

Wisconsin Uniform Crime Reporting sex crimes database

An interactive tool for criminal justice agencies, researchers, and the community to access data on sex offenses reported by Wisconsin law enforcement agencies to the Wisconsin Department of Justice.

Project Lifesaver

Wandering is a very common behavior among those with cognitive conditions, and in that instance, it is very dangerous, and potentially life threatening. By enrolling your loved one in Project Lifesaver, they will become a part of a community that is dedicated to their safety and well-being, while ensuring that in the event that they wander, they will be located within a timely manner and returned home safely. Project Lifesaver will provide your loved one with an additional layer of protection, which will provide your family with newly found peace of mind.

OptOutPreScreen

Website to take your name off consumer credit reporting companies. 

Find a Take Back My Meds MKE location

Milwaukee County has 76 locations where people can dispose of their unused medications.

Organ & Tissue Donation Registry

Register today to be an organ, tissue and eye donor.

Free STD Testing

The City of Milwaukee Health Department's STD and HIV Program seeks to prevent the spread of STDs and HIV by proving education to health providers and citizens of the city of Milwaukee, offering preventative and screening and treatment services care to the general population.

511 Wisconsin

American Heart Organization

Employ Milwaukee

Click the link for more information about Employ Milwaukee

National Problem Gambling Helpline

The network is a single national access point to local resources for those seeking help for a gambling problem.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals. 1-800-273-8255.