Shoreline restoration, bicycle trails and other changes are happening along the river on the Lower East Side. Our photos track the progress in the last year.
Bonds demands Erin Richards get pulled from MPS beat, Journal Sentinel refuses, and whole thing descends into a bizarre comedy.
Motorist initially charged with negligent homicide, but that has been dropped to inattentive driving, though investigation is not completed.
Conference at We Energies offers experts touting the huge environmental payoff for historic reuse of buildings.
DNR project will expand fish spawning area just up from Humboldt, helping bring more trout and salmon. Story and photos.
At least a dozen more journalists are being let go. And insiders expect some editors will be added to list.
The headquarters for what became the Marine Bank, built by Alexander Mitchell, survives today almost exactly as originally built.
The famed photographer H. H. Bennett captured the splendor of the Mitchell mansion.
They make busy intersections safer for bikes and cars. Will Milwaukee install some?
No more chalked tires? The system is quietly becoming automated, invisible -- and a big surprise for parking scofflaws.
The Waukesha-based foundation has quietly grown to assets of $627 million, nearly as big as the Bradley Foundation. It also leans conservative.
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.
"I truly do love the whole small city with a big city feel."
Stewart Dempsey has spent 26 years fixing up his historic, 1883 home. It's all been worth it -- most of the time.
Longtime Journal Sentinel editorial cartoonist is still syndicated nationally. But he misses that local connection.
Davontae Thompson knows his future awaits him. He's just not sure what it is.
U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin calls on Governor Walker to move health care reform forward.
Rep. Mandela Barnes offers his plan to address Wisconsin's racial disparities.
New RICH program will sell city-owned foreclosed homes at very low prices.
Problem at Johnsons Park may be solved, but situation dramatizes problems with city playgrounds and playing fields.
The proposed sale to NML suggests the city has yet to learn from its folly in building this eyesore.
Florida developer willing to undertake a project that no local developers will. The result will be 118 market-rate apartments, with no city financing.
Proposed high-rise would add up to 275 "ultra luxury" apartments to downtown Milwaukee -- with no public financing.
His $1.8 home mixes all sorts of architectural styles and isn't visible to passers by. Perhaps just as well.
If Fox is to become the model for future supervisors of a "gentleman politician," he has the perfectly pedigreed home to go with such a title.
Our photos capture a new start for an old building.
The story of how two women of different generations created a perfectly retro Milwaukee keepsake or souvenir.
Actually, the data shows Gov. Walker has had little impact, positive or negative, on how the state grows jobs.
Unique, South Side business creates handcrafted kitchen items that are beautiful and functional.
Billionaire Chris Cline promises his mine won’t pollute Wisconsin. But his company’s track record mining coal raises doubts.
He's raised $24.5 million compared to Burke's $15.5 million, with twice as much of his donations coming from out of state.
Turns out we beat most states in the percent of women and minorities elected. Who knew?
From the 20th floor, a magnificent view of the city and its central valley, once grimly industrial and now turning ever more green.
My goal was to duplicate the 1896 view of Milwaukee in the famous lithograph. Not quite, but great views anyway.
America is failing at improving road safety, but how is Wisconsin doing?
Study shows people living near trails get more exercise, leading to better health.
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