Murphy’s Law: The Rise of Scott Walker
Murphy’s Law

The Rise of Scott Walker

Journal Sentinel’s lo-o-ng series struggles to explain it -- but omits the newspaper's role.

New Pay-What-You-Can Cafe

New Pay-What-You-Can Cafe

Tricklebee Cafe in Sherman Park is non-profit restaurant that seeks to build community.

Your Right to Know: Release the John Doe II Documents!
Your Right to Know

Release the John Doe II Documents!

The public has a right to know how prosecutors operated and how the courts made their decisions.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Bucks Live Block is a Slam Dunk
Eyes on Milwaukee

Bucks Live Block is a Slam Dunk

Final design gets first approval today, poised for quick council approval.

NEWaukeean of the Week: Tierney Konitzer
NEWaukeean of the Week

Tierney Konitzer

"Milwaukee is a historic city with a young heartbeat."

Dining: No One Can Beat McBob’s Corned Beef
Dining

No One Can Beat McBob’s Corned Beef

And oh those Reubens. It’s the best corned beef in town.

The State of Politics: Poll Analysis Shows How State Turned Red
The State of Politics

Poll Analysis Shows How State Turned Red

Democrats had five percent edge in party identification in 2008 and 2012; that’s gone.

Sponsored: Bike Bazaar Offers Great Deals
Sponsored

Bike Bazaar Offers Great Deals

More than 60 vendors. Buy, sell and swap. Great for holiday biking gifts

Campaign Cash: WMC, Big Agriculture Pushes to Privatize DNR
Campaign Cash

WMC, Big Agriculture Pushes to Privatize DNR

They spent more than $47 million on campaigns and DNR becomes passive on pollution.

Urban MKE Announces Membership Program

Unique deal offers cool, members-only benefits. And helps assure publication's future.

Tainted Water: DNR Delays on Lead Poisoning Issue
Tainted Water

DNR Delays on Lead Poisoning Issue

State officials fail to update lead testing guidance in wake of Flint crisis.

Op-Ed: Bader’s Move to Central City Is Laudable
Op-Ed

Bader’s Move to Central City Is Laudable

Bader Philanthropies will move from Third Ward to 3318 N. MLK Drive.

Friday Photos: Rhythm Nears Completion
Friday Photos

Rhythm Nears Completion

This stretch of N. Water St. has to be Milwaukee's fastest growing corridor.

Bike Czar: Why Ride In Santa Cycle Rampage?
Bike Czar

Why Ride In Santa Cycle Rampage?

Are you kidding? It could change your life.

13 Short Facts About The Domes

13 Short Facts About The Domes

Domes task force presented with data that reveals much about the popular attraction.

Will Problem Intersection Be Fixed?

Will Problem Intersection Be Fixed?

City hopes to fix North and Lisbon and issues spotlighted by Urban Milwaukee.

Campaign Cash: Who Runs the Jobs First Coalition?
Campaign Cash

Who Runs the Jobs First Coalition?

It’s spent $1 million on elections, was started by Scott Jensen, mostly targets Democrats.

Survey Shows Local Employers Lack Flexibility

Survey Shows Local Employers Lack Flexibility

Companies resist hiring unemployed. Rockwell VP Ed Seaberg challenges them to change.

Sieger on Songs: Why Robbie Robertson’s Music Endures
Sieger on Songs

Why Robbie Robertson’s Music Endures

The Band’s leader wrote American classics that might just be what we need now.

Streetsblog: Seattle Offers Lesson for Milwaukee
Streetsblog

Seattle Offers Lesson for Milwaukee

Rather than simply launching free transit, King County creates more sustainable model.

Op-Ed: 9/11 Lawsuit Law Could Hurt Veterans
Op-Ed

9/11 Lawsuit Law Could Hurt Veterans

Allowing suits against Saudi Arabia may cause counter suits of U.S. and its military vets.

Murphy’s Law: 10 Strangest Things About State Recount
Murphy’s Law

10 Strangest Things About State Recount

Crazy cost estimates, murky legal issues, Green Party spats, and much more.

City Streets: Villard Ave. Salutes City’s Transit History
City Streets

Villard Ave. Salutes City’s Transit History

So does Aldrich St. But these were two wildly different transportation companies.

Connecting Students to Blue Collar Jobs

Connecting Students to Blue Collar Jobs

Career fairs at Bradley Tech look to recruit students as early as freshman year.

Now Serving: Three New Burger Places Coming
Now Serving

Three New Burger Places Coming

For Shorewood, Pewaukee and Wauwatosa. Plus a new Walker's Point jazz club.