Yesterday’s MilwaukeeDec 17th, 2014 by Jeff Beutner
The modest skyline at the time was also dominated by St. John's Cathedral, before its first tower was replaced.
Dec 17th, 2014 by Bill Lueders
Plan would cut emissions by 34% and costs for state, Walker administration figures show. So why the resistance?
Dec 17th, 2014 by Matthew Wisla
Volunteer board and emphasis on community-based care has worked in other cities but going slow here.
In PublicDec 16th, 2014 by Tom Bamberger
It became a comedy of errors, but raises serious questions about the city’s strategy for “creative placemaking.”
Eyes on MilwaukeeDec 16th, 2014 by Jeramey Jannene
Minority of aldermen were able to use city charter provision to delay project for one month, but a majority seems poised to approve it.
Murphy’s LawDec 16th, 2014 by Bruce Murphy
State audit that could shut down family planning clinics may be latest of his anti-contraception efforts.
Milwaukee ArchitectureDec 15th, 2014 by Christopher Hillard
From grain elevators to art centers to university buildings, the impact of this bold 20th Century style can be seen in Milwaukee.
The State of PoliticsDec 15th, 2014 by Steven Walters
25 new members of the state Assembly could change state politics. But first they need to learn all the rules and rituals.
Milwaukee StoriesDec 14th, 2014 by Jabril Faraj
Lu Ann Will's mentally-ill son was shot by police answering her call for help. She still doesn't understand how it happened.
Dec 13th, 2014 by Raina J. Johnson
Ben's Cycle owner also bought an old movie theater, and next will redevelop former bakery into mixed-use building.
Friday PhotosDec 12th, 2014 by Michael Horne
The $19.5 million, 133-unit apartment complex along the river will fill in one of the last developable pieces of land on the Beerline.
Plenty of HorneDec 12th, 2014 by Michael Horne
Russ Klisch and I set out to rescue a massive old urinal from a tavern about to be torn down. Then things got complicated.