Murphy’s LawApr 17th, 2014 by Bruce Murphy
The retirement of Petri, Ellis and Cullen suggests neither party has room for moderates.
Apr 17th, 2014 by Karen Slattery
Rain didn't stop last weekend's march across the 16th Viaduct.
Apr 16th, 2014 by Joey Grihalva
I signed up. But long term, is it worth the cost?
Apr 16th, 2014 by Bruce Thompson
Walker’s policies may help depopulate farms. How will cities be affected?
Yesterday’s MilwaukeeApr 16th, 2014 by Jeff Beutner
By the early 1880s, railroads and the rail industry were well-established in the valley. Part 2 of a series.
Apr 15th, 2014 by Bill Lueders
State Sen. Dale Schultz retires, shaking his head at how the Republican Party has changed.
Apr 15th, 2014 by Jabril Faraj
“We’ve battled this tavern, this location, for years,” says Harambee neighborhood activist and city agrees, denying application.
Murphy’s LawApr 15th, 2014 by Bruce Murphy
Museum staff wanted more gallery space, even if it meant ruining Jim Shields design for the new addition.
StreetsblogApr 15th, 2014 by Angie Schmitt
U.S. and Wisconsin have seen less decline in traffic fatalities than other countries. Why?
House ConfidentialApr 14th, 2014 by Michael Horne
The ever-busy county supervisor and aldermanic candidate also handles rental evictions on the side.
Back in the NewsApr 14th, 2014 by Bruce Murphy
Trains still in storage in Milwaukee could go to high speed line in Michigan -- if the Talgo lawsuit against Wisconsin is ever settled.
The State of PoliticsApr 14th, 2014 by Steven Walters
The war over Act 10 may be a key reason 46% of legislators have left or will leave in just over two years.