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UNOFFICIAL RESULTS: Just 31 votes separate candidates in 15th Aldermanic District

MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Voters took to the polls Tuesday, April 29th to decide who will replace Willie Hines in Milwaukee’s 15th Aldermanic District.

Unofficial results Tuesday night showed Russell Stamper leading Eyon Biddle 954 to 923 with all precincts reporting. 50 more words


Federal officials says Willie Hines' new job a conflict of interest

MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Willie Hines resigned his position as Milwaukee Common Council president to take another job — but now, FOX6 News is learning that job is no longer his. 427 more words


Common Council to honor Vel Phillips, Willie Hines Tuesday

MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Attorney Vel Phillips and former Common Council President Willie L. Hines, Jr. will be recognized during the regular meeting of the full Council at City Hall on Tuesday, March 4th. 170 more words


Michael Murphy elected Milwaukee Common Council President

MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Alderman Michael Murphy was elected the new president of the Milwaukee Common Council on Tuesday morning, February 11th.

Murphy issued the following statement after his election: 207 more words


Common Council President Willie Hines to resign from post

MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Milwaukee Common Council President Willie Hines,  who has served as Milwaukee’s 15th District Alderman since 1996 and Council president since 2004, announced Friday, January 31st that he is resigning his seat on the Council effective Saturday, February 1st. 419 more words


Milwaukee officials react to verdict in Williams inquest

MILWAUKEE (WITI) — City of Milwaukee officials including the mayor are offering their reaction to the verdict in the Derek Williams inquest.

After more than six hours of deliberating, the inquest jury found there was probable cause that three Milwaukee police officers committed the crime of failure to render aid by a law enforcement officer when Williams was struggling to breathe while in police custody. 685 more words


Milwaukee requests extra resources to demo foreclosed homes

MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee leaders signed a measure on Friday, December 21st that would give the city an additional $500,000 to cover the cost of demolishing homes the city acquires through foreclosure. 114 more words