More Staff Changes at Journal Sentinel

Some being let go, but a big name reportedly hired: Biz Times Editor Steve Jagler set to join the JS.

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Who Wins From Court’s Obamacare Ruling?

Wisconsin and Walker are both big winners, while Rojo and Paul Ryan look foolish.

Why is Wisconsin Last in Startup Businesses?

The state’s backward-looking business culture may be to blame.

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Kruz, a Tavern on the Docks

Near the lake, the RR tracks and a scrapyard, with one of the city's finest patios to take in the scene. What are you waiting for?

The Raunchy Prior Life of Finks

The upscale Humboldt Ave. bar was anything but for its first 100 years or so.

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Milwaukee’s Biggest Building Rises

Northwestern Mutual's 32-floor building will be the state's biggest and its basic structure has been mostly framed out.

The Faces of Juneteenth Day

Milwaukee's celebration of the end of slavery is one of the nation's oldest. Urban Milwaukee was there to capture all the action in photographs.

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Transit Expansion Urged

Milwaukee is far behind other cities, which will make it harder to attract young workers, experts at conference agreed.

Celebrating the Life of Paul Jakubovich

A host of notables gathered to salute Jakubovich and the fabulous historic architecture of Milwaukee he helped protect.

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UWM Tries To Do a Calatrava

Its new research building is a compendium of architectural elements. How do they add up?

Ordinary Beauty

Dohmen building’s redesign is a model for how to add value and grace while updating a 1960s creation.

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Sergio Piraino

"I see Milwaukee having a title contending NBA franchise in the Milwaukee Bucks that will be playing in a state of the art new arena..."

Krista Renfrew

"I think the city is at this wonderfully exciting time when the next generation is starting to take leadership roles and have a voice in their community."

Ryan Jacobi

"It has been a long time coming, but I do believe that Milwaukee is still the centerpiece of Wisconsin’s greatness."

Javin Smith Is An Overachiever

The 17-year-old youth volunteer has done work for three different non-profits

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Why We Need Term Limits

Shirley Abrahamson has served 39 years. Fred Risser has served 60 years. Maybe that's too long.

Sheriff Clarke Should Drop the Act

He's become the vehicle for dog-whistle narratives that Fox anchors would never dare utter themselves.

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Bus Strike Forces Riders to Seek Alternatives

Thousands left stranded and struggling to find other means of transit.

New Technology Changing Bus System

Real-time bus location information and smart fare cards are changing how riders use the bus system.

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Who’s To Blame for Bus Strike?

The union? Chris Abele? John Weishan? Scott Walker? A frank assessment.

Wisconsin’s Rotten Return on Federal Taxes Paid

New report shows we’re the fourth worst state in federal spending received. Walker’s policies don’t help.

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15 Myths About The Bus Strike (and More)

UPDATE #4: Two new myths emerge plus photos from the picket line.

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Milwaukee’s Biggest Building Rises

Northwestern Mutual's 32-floor building will be the state's biggest and its basic structure has been mostly framed out.

William Minahan’s House of Big Debts

The Walker donor defaulted on a $500,000 loan from state jobs agency and owes more than $30,000 in property taxes on his $1 million River Hills home.

Water Street in 1880

Looking south from Wisconsin, this was a prime business district dominated by Victorian buildings from the 1850s.

The Transformation of Johnsons Park

A huge number of partners and foundations have combined to transform an inner-city park that once fostered crime.

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Teens Learn Work Skills at Cafe @ Large

Local teens hone business and barista skills at Cafe @ Large

Why is Wisconsin Last in Startup Businesses?

The state’s backward-looking business culture may be to blame.

The Incredible Rise of CEO Pay

Their pay has risen 997% since 1978, driving the wealth gap nationally and in Wisconsin.

Wisconsin Avenue Bridge, About 1880

The wooden bridge would be replaced by a new iron one two years later. It is turned to allow boats to pass on the Milwaukee River.

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Walker Vows to Change Proposal Gutting Open Records

But critics see his fingerprints on controversial proposal, and governor refuses to discuss his role.

Legislators’ Shocking Attack on Open Government

Budget provision with no author will decimate open records rules for legislature. It will pass unless there is an outcry from legislators.

Who Wins From Court’s Obamacare Ruling?

Wisconsin and Walker are both big winners, while Rojo and Paul Ryan look foolish.

UW Shouldn’t Hide Finalist Names

Provision slipped into budget allows universities to hide names of top candidates for key positions. No other state agencies enjoy this exemption.

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Sheehy Defends MMAC

He takes issues with latest column in Murphy's Law.

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Water Street in 1880

Looking south from Wisconsin, this was a prime business district dominated by Victorian buildings from the 1850s.

Wisconsin Avenue Bridge, About 1880

The wooden bridge would be replaced by a new iron one two years later. It is turned to allow boats to pass on the Milwaukee River.

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