'We're always killing two birds with one stone'; Bucks team chaplain serves dual role as team's official barber
By: Pauleen Le
Posted: Jul 18, 2021 9:14 AM CDT
Rain faucets finally turned on. And some more good news. Better...
Pups and pints, fish fry Fridays and Summerfest specials highlight...
MKE Lifestyle Magazine offers a preview of their June issue
’TikTok Takeover’ Part I: Is the clock ticking down on TikTok?...
Racine couple continues annual Pride Month light display
Drought conditions raising concerns for area homeowners
As USDA considers banning chocolate milk in some schools, one...
Southeastern Wisconsin facing 1-2 respiratory punch of pollen,...
Body found in vehicle in Milwaukee tow lot 4 days after crash
Battery-powered buses launch in Milwaukee County amid concerns...
Wisconsin Bike Week back, mayor shares plans to increase cycling...
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- NFL hall of famer Deion Sanders famously coined the phrase, "if you look good, you feel good, if you feel good, you play good, if you play good, they pay good.”
Today athletes across all professional sports embody the mantra, but for many Milwaukee Bucks players success comes from more than just practice and looks.
On CBS 58 Sunday Morning, Pauleen Le introduced pastor Kenneth Lock II, the Milwaukee man who helps players stay a cut above the rest while creating a lasting impact that can be felt across the community.