Jackson Street is becoming a nice urban street, now with new, environmentally friendly apartments.
His creation of the Fat Tire Tour and the state’s first bicycling guides led the way to our growing local bike culture.
Even the conservative press jump all over the charge that Gov. Walker was at center of a criminal conspiracy.
Group led by Voces de la Frontera protested outside immigration office, calling for end to deportations.
The New Republic feature story on Scott Walker and talk radio is juicy stuff. But is it true?
Milwaukee joined a national movement to care for Civil War veterans, and this event helped raise money for the cause.
Nearly empty in the 1860s, Milwaukee St. was booming by 1880.
His creation of the Fat Tire Tour and the state's first bicycling guides led the way to our growing local bike culture.
Dogs, kids, groceries, they can all be transported in this handy cargo bike.
The $10 million, 73,000 square-foot office building at the Brewery will open to new tenants this year.
Bradley Foundation's third 19th century building, the Bloodgood Residence, will be renovated. And three candidates announce for open county supervisor seat.
They combine campaign ads and a pitch for a private company and appear to be in violation of state laws.
The downtown Marriott made so many compromises in design there's barely any left.
The city would be far safer if we eliminated most of the road signs.
"It's very easy to get connected which is especially helpful for those looking to advance a career or conduct business."
"As cultured and progressive as Milwaukee is, the one issue where this city is far behind is our struggle with segregation."
Photographic tour of building nearing completion that will boast 80 apartments and street-level retail.
The 261 foot high, 371,000 square foot, $150 million hotel will be smoke-free in all rooms.
City is making progress on foreclosures and the report claiming 40% of mortgages are underwater is hogwash.
Rep. Chris Taylor attends conference to detail the agenda and techniques of the corporate-funded group.
The EPA requirement that Wisconsin cut carbon emissions could be easily met, through these four approaches.
The $102 million, 18-story tower at 833 E. Michigan is huge development, with no city financing. The full story, with photos and building renderings.
Kovac wonders why MSOE would name it after its current president. And why an engineering school couldn't dig a deep enough hole for its soccer field.
His sided, south side home, in suburban-like Jackson Park, is a veritable pillar of middle-class respectability.
The Aurora CEO paid $1.5 million for his Whitefish Bay home, well less than his annual salary.
City works with Norseman Plastics to create low-cost rain barrels and compost bins.
Show at Art is For Lovers gallery features photos of city people and neighborhoods.
Looking at the impact of efforts to combat global warming.
Annual conventions show Democrats and Republicans now have dramatically different philosophies.
The three Democrats running all have similar stands, so may have to attack each other to stand out.
It will cost more than entire federal budget for biking and pedestrian projects.
U.S. and Wisconsin have seen less decline in traffic fatalities than other countries. Why?
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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