Longtime Journal Sentinel editorial cartoonist is still syndicated nationally. But he misses that local connection.
My goal was to duplicate the 1896 view of Milwaukee in the famous lithograph. Not quite, but great views anyway.
The famed photographer H. H. Bennett captured the splendor of the Mitchell mansion.
8th grader’s book includes boy’s devastating poem on crime in Milwaukee.
And still rising, with percentage of negative ads higher than in nearly any state, study shows.
At least a dozen more journalists are being let go. And insiders expect some editors will be added to list.
The fabulously wealthy business man created an unusual, two-story conservatory within his home.
The Bike Federation requests a simpler permit process for Oak Leaf and other trails, and county staff seem open to suggestions.
The changes on south 2nd are welcome, but when will the city start creating protected bike lanes?
Our photos take you inside the 1879 structure, the former Grain Exchange, and one of the city's most historic and beautiful buildings.
Our photos capture a new start for an old building.
State appeals court says Milwaukee must refund illegally collected BID assessment from Yankee Hill apartments.
Barrett rhapsodizes over developer at groundbreaking of North End III. And Fresh Thyme owner adds praise of Mandel style.
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.
Davontae Thompson knows his future awaits him. He's just not sure what it is.
"If we continue to leave a large portion of our city behind, we will never be able to realize Milwaukee’s full potential."
Jared Lazarevich has lots of autographed baseballs and sports memorabilia. But a good job can be hard to come by.
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.
8th grader's book includes boy's devastating poem on crime in Milwaukee.
Observers sing praises of Ian Bautista, the new head of the Clarke Square Neighborhood Initiative
But neither candidate can close the sale in election. Why?
The right-wing American Legislative Exchange Council, long a big influence on state legislatures and Wisconsin, is bleeding business support.
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.
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.
When you're moving from job to job, better to rent. Her Library Hill apartment is right on Wisconsin Ave.
It's a bus stop, art work, and urban island. Grand opening is tonight, but we've already got photos of the new amenity.
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.
Downtown activist Beth Weirick is leading the charge to create one in or near the Third Ward.
Grilled by Wisconsin Freedom of Information Council, the two offer different takes on how to assure the public's right to know.
Make that the Hilton Milwaukee City Center, which, with its radio antenna, is about as tall as the U.S. Bank building, and offers stunning views.
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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