“In other cities I feel far safer walking and biking, vis-a-vis cars, especially with my young son.”
Why are they allowed to violate noise ordinances? No one seems to know.
Retiring and unopposed legislators are sitting on $1.2 million in donations.
Why East Side development can move so slowly. And when developers can bypass the neighbors.
Five reasons why it won’t — and seven reasons why it might be next.
Gov. Walker delayed decision on Kenosha casino, so tribe is delaying $25 million payment owed to state.
Its owners would expand it over the decades to make sure it remained Milwaukee's finest hotel, but this is the original structure.
It succeeded the American House hotel, which burned to the ground in 1861.
A great turnout, a beautiful foggy night, and fun polka and Mexican music -- the ride was a big success and will surely grow in coming years.
Business leaders are dropping the clubs and pedaling for charity.
Half-birthday bash, half-ribbon cutting, the ceremony unveiled MIAD's new six-story, Third Ward building.
Lacking the back-to-back skyscrapers of New York of Chicago, its smaller-scale urbanity is a marvel that Milwaukee could emulate.
Sheriff Clarke wins democratic primary. Plus: The rest of election night's winners and losers.
A path along the lake could connect cyclists/hikers to Ozaukee County, but coal freight is hogging the line.
WisDOT deal with city will create a 10-lane roadway along the lake.
The downtown Marriott made so many compromises in design there's barely any left.
"In other cities I feel far safer walking and biking, vis-a-vis cars, especially with my young son."
When Barbara Gerow, 75, considers her life, more than anything she remembers the people.
Mia Williams was one one of nine children of a single mother. So many children, she says, need a helping hand.
Farence Rogers is looking forward to just one thing, his son graduating from college.
Support for a new NBA arena can and should unite us as fellow Milwaukeeans.
City could create TIF district in valley on little-used land, state assemblyman proposes.
Five reasons why it won't -- and seven reasons why it might be next.
Milwaukee legislators offer their views.
It can’t get done without GOP legislators, but they have deeply felt reasons for opposing any deal.
The televangelist's classic 1892 Italianate town home near Brady St. is hardly staid, what with its backyard hot tub.
Nine of the ten new stations have been installed -- and are getting plenty of ridership, as our photos show.
The municipal judge's home is unique -- just one of just 38 in town built before the Civil War.
Foreclosed warehouse becoming 77 apartments in Walker's Point.
How a librarian who wanted to open a hostel started a bicycle shop business instead.
I’m Milwaukee’s bike share program!
NLRB says McDonald's controls franchises, opening door to workers pushing for higher wages.
Jody Mikkelsen started collected antiques in Europe and finally opened her own shop. It’s full of lovely things.
Journal Sentinel columnist admits killing Obamacare would hurt Wisconsin, even as he bashes it.
Study shows people living near trails get more exercise, leading to better health.
State wants either a double decker or 8-lane freeway through heart of city. Protestors demand different approach.
Parking spots will be transformed into public space -- with entertainers performing -- as part of international event today.
Auto traffic per capita has declined since 2004, other states now spend less on highways, but Wisconsin wants to keep expanding.
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