Innovation H2OOct 2nd, 2012 by Holly Nearman
The Milwaukee Water Council is making a name for itself on the international stage, and is holding its sixth annual summit next week at the Pfister Hotel.
Jun 8th, 2012 by Holly Nearman
The Milwaukee River, fitness and participation have replaced the alcohol-fueled street vibe of the old River Splash.
May 17th, 2012 by Holly Nearman
For the fifth year of the 24-hour cycling extravaganza known as Riverwest 24, more than 800 slots were sold in 80 minutes.
Apr 20th, 2012 by Holly Nearman
Former Milwaukee Mayor spoke about urban schools and the Milwaukee Parental Choice Program at the Tamarack Waldorf School on Brady Street.
This Week in Wisconsin HistoryApr 19th, 2012 by Holly Nearman
The 100 millionth General Motors car is produced in Janesville, 2,000 people rally against spearfishing, and much more in this week in Wisconsin history.
This Week in Wisconsin HistoryApr 11th, 2012 by Holly Nearman
32 years ago this week, astronaut and Milwaukee native James Lovell's Apollo 13 mission was cut short when an oxygen tank exploded 200,000 miles from Earth.
This Week in Wisconsin HistoryApr 4th, 2012 by Holly Nearman
A Wisconsin congressman is challenged to a duel, Milwaukee elects a Socialist mayor, and the Milwaukee Brewers take the field for the first time.
This Week in Wisconsin HistoryMar 28th, 2012 by Holly Nearman
Take a look back at what happened in 1881, 1954, and 1968 in Wisconsin history.
Mar 27th, 2012 by Holly Nearman
A documentary produced by three Racine high school students and the three-mile Walk for Water highlighted Milwaukee's inaugural celebration of World Water Day.
This Week in Wisconsin HistoryMar 20th, 2012 by Holly Nearman
This week, TCD takes a closer look at the 1974 Hortonville Teachers Strike, plus the Milwaukee Braves, the 328-day Allis-Chalmers strike, and more.
Kate Almond’s “Underdoodles”Mar 16th, 2012 by Holly Nearman
Inspired by her daughters, Kate Almond has started "Underdoodles," a high quality children's clothing line made with 100 percent organic, eco-friendly products.
This Week in HistoryMar 12th, 2012 by Holly Nearman
With overwhelming bipartisan support, the Wisconsin state senate passed the Mining Moratorium Bill in 1997, later signed into law by Gov. Tommy Thompson.