No decision before election on new Bucks arena, proposed Kenosha casino and how to fund new highway construction.
The five-story, 104-unit mixed-use building will have 7,000 square feet of first floor retail.
They laughed when a bike rack was installed at Mitchell Airport, but on some days it’s nearly full.
Supporters headed to the State Capitol for “Public Transportation Day,” meeting with legislators, promoting their agenda, and handing out awards.
Last year Milwaukee had 106 homicides and 532 non-fatal shooting victims.
Rail cars were pulled by horses and this barn stood at Brady and Farwell, in what is now Walgreen's parking lot.
The area which is now the Beerline, looking toward the Humboldt Ave. bridge, was once a canal.
They laughed when a bike rack was installed at Mitchell Airport, but on some days it's nearly full.
You can bicycle nearly all the way to the caves and a spectacular natural show.
A big crowd turns out as as Remarkable Milwaukee 2014 honors historian John Gurda and developer Kendall Bruenig.
Elected officials often have two cell phones but still blur line between political and public business.
Supporters headed to the State Capitol for "Public Transportation Day," meeting with legislators, promoting their agenda, and handing out awards.
Bill Broydrick's Window Replacement Co., new women political candidates, and a MacArthur genius comes to town.
Republicans say the John Doe probe proves bias. So does the federal suit against DA. Are they right?
The upstart ride service company could replace cab companies across the globe, some predict. How will it change our city?
And the Pedal Tavern gets approved, with caveats, in Common Council actions.
Walker emails show Renner was a donor who contacted the 2010 gubernatorial campaign about buying and redeveloping the O'Donnell Parking Garage.
The high-rise co-op has "sweeping" views of Lake Michigan and Shepherd publisher Lou Fortis as a fellow resident. What more could you ask for?
His home along the Milwaukee River was previously owned by another editor and Carl Sandburg lived just down the street.
UMOS trains young adults who were homeless or have a criminal record and connects them to employers.
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