Lawmakers are mulling over a piece of legislation that would require all sign language interpreters in the state to be nationally certified before they can be hired to work in hospitals, courtrooms, and public schools.
Zimmermann, who has been with the Milwaukee Police Dept. for about 12 years, took the oath to protect and serve to another level this weekend when he noticed on a routine traffic stop that three kids weren’t in car seats.
Two national speakers will share their experience with vaping during a free event at White Knoll High School, Monday evening. Everyone is welcome to attend, but the flyer is specifically reaching out to families with students in sixth grade and up.