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Walker’s policies may help depopulate farms. How will cities be affected?
By the early 1880s, railroads and the rail industry were well-established in the valley. Part 2 of a series.
State Sen. Dale Schultz retires, shaking his head at how the Republican Party has changed.
“We’ve battled this tavern, this location, for years,” says Harambee neighborhood activist and city agrees, denying application.
Trains still in storage in Milwaukee could go to high speed line in Michigan -- if the Talgo lawsuit against Wisconsin is ever settled.
Developed well after the Milwaukee River, the Menomonee was still a good place to walk through nature.
Bill to protect bikers and pedestrians and a separate bill allowing biking on state trails after 11 p.m. were both passed by legislature.
Tougher bill to protect bicyclists and pedestrians had broad bipartisan support but a few Republicans prevented passage.
Construction of Frederick Lofts has unearthed tunnels used by Pabst Brewery to keep its beer cold.
Our photos capture progress on constructing the Kenwood Interdisciplinary Research Complex.
The war over Act 10 may be a key reason 46% of legislators have left or will leave in just over two years.
Legislature votes 132-1 to expand Milwaukee program monitoring gunshots.
National social networking platform Nextdoor.com hopes to connect every neighborhood in town.
Landmark advertising sign that long dominated Port Washington harbor now installed at Third Ward's Public Market.
This could be the biggest architectural mistake Milwaukee has ever made.
More and more of it is scattered about the city. But how much of it does anyone actually like?
"I’d like to see Milwaukee finally acting like the big-time city it constantly claims to be."
"I didn’t always see Milwaukee as a viable place to create an artistic home. But it is possible here."
Three different projects will together remake E. North Avenue. Our photos capture the progress.
Museum staff wanted more gallery space, even if it meant ruining Jim Shields design for the new addition.
It’s difficult to find anyone who increases his budget faster than Sheriff Clarke.
Young Professional Week features some 30 events. Here's our pick of the top seven.
The once-tiny awards show is now a prestige event that packed the Pfister ballroom while another crowd watched the show streamed.
The ever-busy county supervisor and aldermanic candidate also handles rental evictions on the side.
How a small,1928 bungalow became a kind of tavern without a license, and a noisy nuisance to neighbors.
Repair of Walnut Way community center is underway and programs are continuing.
The city’s second tiki bar was inspired by one in Las Vegas.
Attempts by Koch Brothers and other outsiders to outspend locals and elect friendly parties doesn't work.
U.S. and Wisconsin have seen less decline in traffic fatalities than other countries. Why?
Economy could suffer if governments don't recognize decline in driving and other trends that favor transit.
Parking spots will be transformed into public space -- with entertainers performing -- as part of international event today.
Auto traffic per capita has declined since 2004, other states now spend less on highways, but Wisconsin wants to keep expanding.
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