Municipal Court Denies Open Records Request

Municipal Court Denies Open Records Request

Wisconsin Justice Initiative seeks audio tapes to see if court is following the laws on handling defendants.

Friday Photos: Zurn HQ Rising in Reed Street Yards
Friday Photos

Zurn HQ Rising in Reed Street Yards

First new building in city's water technology park nearly complete.

Weekly Happy Hour: They’ve Got the Goods at Palomino
Weekly Happy Hour

They’ve Got the Goods at Palomino

A killer happy hour deal, scrumptious food and a great patio.

Data Wonk: The Further Adventures of John Doe
Data Wonk

The Further Adventures of John Doe

U.S. Supreme Court signals it might take appeal of decision shutting down John Doe probe.

Black Residents Talk About Police Misconduct

Black Residents Talk About Police Misconduct

Demands for accountability at listening session of county Office of African American Affairs.

Streetsblog: Republican Platform is Hostile to Cities
Streetsblog

Republican Platform is Hostile to Cities

Would end all federal transportation funding for transit, biking, walking.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Inside Trio Apartments in Walker’s Point
Eyes on Milwaukee

Inside Trio Apartments in Walker’s Point

The 120 unit, three-building complex boasts ingeniously efficient, space saving apartments.

Bike Czar: Ride Durango the Wisconsin Way
Bike Czar

Ride Durango the Wisconsin Way

Four days of biking in Durango, CO, were filled with Wisconsin connections.

Dining: No One Leaves Il Mito Hungry
Dining

No One Leaves Il Mito Hungry

The food blends Italian and other global food styles with passion.

Back in the News: Will Clarke Hurt GOP With Black Voters?
Back in the News

Will Clarke Hurt GOP With Black Voters?

His speech adds to anti-black tone at Republican convention, but heightens sheriff’s fame.

Echo: Milwaukee Sheriff Poached Canadian Bear
Echo

Milwaukee Sheriff Poached Canadian Bear

One of two men convicted for poaching, Facebook played major role in the bust.

Op-Ed: Will Walker Respond to Lead Crisis?
Op-Ed

Will Walker Respond to Lead Crisis?

1 in 20 kids in state tested positive for lead. State standards are too weak.

Sieger of Songs: “Diamonds On The Soles Of Her Shoes”
Sieger of Songs

“Diamonds On The Soles Of Her Shoes”

It’s a classic by Paul Simon, but did he borrow too much of it?

Data Wonk: Schools With Low-Income Students Can Succeed
Data Wonk

Schools With Low-Income Students Can Succeed

But they tend to be charter schools. Will Abele use OSPP to create more?

Back in the News: Radio Ad Blasts John Chisholm
Back in the News

Radio Ad Blasts John Chisholm

Secretive group blames DA for carjackings, lauds his opponent Verona Swanigan.

Op-Ed: Wisconsin’s Water Resources Under Threat
Op-Ed

Wisconsin’s Water Resources Under Threat

State leaders and DNR now side with water polluters over citizens.

Green Luminaries: MillerCoors a Leader in Water Conservation
Green Luminaries

MillerCoors a Leader in Water Conservation

MMSD salutes company for installing a green roof and rain garden.

10 Years of Battling Teen Pregnancy

10 Years of Battling Teen Pregnancy

99.99% of participants in Pearls for Teen Girls program don’t become pregnant.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Committee Again Says Yes to Rocky
Eyes on Milwaukee

Committee Again Says Yes to Rocky

DCD head Rocky Marcoux once again endorsed at committee, but his fate is still uncertain.

Now Serving: The Return of Fried Chicken
Now Serving

The Return of Fried Chicken

The Tandem will offer three kinds. And Meritage gives customers three weeks of the bird.

Eyes on Milwaukee: City Committee Approves Prospect Tower
Eyes on Milwaukee

City Committee Approves Prospect Tower

5-0 vote in favor, but project may face significant challenge before full council.

Yesterday’s Milwaukee: The Largest Hardware Store in America
Yesterday’s Milwaukee

The Largest Hardware Store in America

John Nazro's huge hardware store was in a building still located at 2nd and Seeboth.

Op-Ed: Value Healthcare Could Change America
Op-Ed

Value Healthcare Could Change America

Four-fifths of companies with more than 200 employees now self-insure. Huge savings result.

One Woman’s Fight Against Infant Mortality

One Woman’s Fight Against Infant Mortality

Milwaukee ranks high in black infant mortality. Tonda Thompson wants to help change that.

Eyes on Milwaukee

A New Tower for Prospect Ave

Will the council allow a 27 floor apartment tower on Prospect Ave?