A School for Construction Skills

A School for Construction Skills

Business owner starting job training center, will employ inner city workers.

Op Ed: Dayton Opposes Walker Approach
Op Ed

Dayton Opposes Walker Approach

Gov. Walker killed paid sick days. Gov. Dayton of Minnesota won’t.

Campaign Cash: MillerCoors Loves Scott Walker
Campaign Cash

MillerCoors Loves Scott Walker

He gets $72,000 from its employees and $32,000 from Mills Fleet Farm.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Charette to Plan Harambee’s Future
Eyes on Milwaukee

Charette to Plan Harambee’s Future

Five Points area is the focus of city's ninth visioning session.

NEWaukeean of the Week: Andrew Haug
NEWaukeean of the Week

Andrew Haug

"We need a regional transit system."

A Voice for the Voiceless

A Voice for the Voiceless

Artist uses poetry to connect to students, promote change.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Couture’s Surprise Sewer Being Moved
Eyes on Milwaukee

Couture’s Surprise Sewer Being Moved

Previously unknown sewer will cost city $2 million to move

Murphy’s Law: Ryan, Priebus on a Sinking Ship
Murphy’s Law

Ryan, Priebus on a Sinking Ship

Paul Ryan and Reince Priebus may go down with the USS Trump.

Op Ed: State Jobs Agency Data a Mess
Op Ed

State Jobs Agency Data a Mess

Audit says WEDC doesn't know how many jobs created or retained.

Passing Rate on GED Plummets

Passing Rate on GED Plummets

Local students struggling to pass newer, tougher GED test.

Theater: ‘Sweeney Todd’ Is Grisly Fun
Theater

‘Sweeney Todd’ Is Grisly Fun

Skylight’s take on Sondheim musical has inventive staging and strong voices.

Dryhootch Renovation Seeks Donations

Dryhootch Renovation Seeks Donations

Its Brady Street coffeehouse, a key facility, is being renovated.

Residents Welcome Bader Headquarters

Residents Welcome Bader Headquarters

Harambee residents hail Bader foundation groundbreaking on N. MLK Dr.

Mistakes Made on Hendricks Home

Mistakes Made on Hendricks Home

Town lawyer says assessment too low, should be reconsidered.

Op Ed

We Like Suburban Segregation

Governments have long enabled metro area's biases.

The State of Politics: Bill Pushed by Odd Couple
The State of Politics

Bill Pushed by Odd Couple

Polar opposites back “Mobility grants” to help unemployed move to get jobs.

Minority Reproductive Care At Risk

Minority Reproductive Care At Risk

Ending funding of Planned Parenthood will mostly hurt minority patients in city.

Op Ed: Wisconsin Is a Top 10 State
Op Ed

Wisconsin Is a Top 10 State

For reducing tax burden, ACT scores and high school graduation rate.

Eyes on Milwaukee: MillerCoors Expands 10th Street Brewery
Eyes on Milwaukee

MillerCoors Expands 10th Street Brewery

Walker, Barrett hail expanded facility, which will grow ten-fold.

Friday Photos: Hyatt Place Hotel Coming
Friday Photos

Hyatt Place Hotel Coming

Construction starts on hotel on 8th St. west of Bucks' arena.

Now Serving: A New Zealand Food Truck?
Now Serving

A New Zealand Food Truck?

Finally, some Vegemite on toast. Plus: two new East Side restaurants.

Photo Gallery: Plein Air MKE Features 65 Artists
Photo Gallery

Plein Air MKE Features 65 Artists

Our photo gallery captures the action at the "Museum Mile."

Mayor’s Design Awards All Over Map

Mayor’s Design Awards All Over Map

Big, little, new or renovated, award winners in 13 of 15 aldermanic districts.

Eyes on Milwaukee: $28 Million Spent on Streetcar
Eyes on Milwaukee

$28 Million Spent on Streetcar

Streetcar project on track, literally -- and financially.

Sieger on Songs: The Spiritual Side of Elvis
Sieger on Songs

The Spiritual Side of Elvis

“Crying In The Chapel” will slay you, if you give it a chance.