Senate Advances Bill Banning Critical Race Theory

Senate Advances Bill Banning Critical Race Theory

Committee advances bill that financially penalizes schools who disobey law.

State Health Officials Await Data On Omicron

State Health Officials Await Data On Omicron

Monitoring the emergence of new COVID-19 variant as state hits 11-month high in cases.

New Restaurant And Bar For Downtown

New Restaurant And Bar For Downtown

The Lunchroom planned for 804 N. Milwaukee St., along with a margarita bar.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Anti-Displacement Policy Sees Slow Start
Eyes on Milwaukee

Anti-Displacement Policy Sees Slow Start

But city program to keep renters in their neighborhoods by setting aside new apartments is growing.

New Housing Permits Up 26% In State

New Housing Permits Up 26% In State

Biggest one-year hike in Wisconsin in more than a decade, study finds.

MKE Listing: Beautiful Brewers Hill Cottage
MKE Listing

Beautiful Brewers Hill Cottage

Three bedroom Victorian cottage features a remodeled kitchen and backyard deck great for entertaining.

Now Serving: A New Place For Chocolate Lovers
Now Serving

A New Place For Chocolate Lovers

Plus: New Third Ward event space, Busy Beestro blossoms and Riley's Good Dogs offers curbside pickup.

Op Ed: Getting Health Insurance Has Never Been Easier
Op Ed

Getting Health Insurance Has Never Been Easier

Evers has made it easier to get ACA coverage. Enrollment period through January 15.

Theater: Cold War Comedy For Christmas
Theater

Cold War Comedy For Christmas

Next Act’s ‘Red Herring’ is stuffed with Soviet spies, FBI agents and love affairs, but not enough laughs.

The State Of Politics: Most Will Get Lower Property Tax Bill
The State Of Politics

Most Will Get Lower Property Tax Bill

Average homeowner in state will see 3% reduction.

Member Of Committee Guiding Wolf Hunts Cited for Illegal Trapping

Member Of Committee Guiding Wolf Hunts Cited for Illegal Trapping

Patrick Quaintance, former DNR staffer, has advocated controversial hunting practices.

Baldwin, Johnson Urge People Not to Exploit Waukesha Tragedy

Baldwin, Johnson Urge People Not to Exploit Waukesha Tragedy

Rare joint press release asks outside groups not to politicize situation.

Wisconsin Budget: Charting The Racial Disparities In State’s Prisons
Wisconsin Budget

Charting The Racial Disparities In State’s Prisons

Four charts show Wisconsin is worse than nearly every state.

Plats and Parcels: Bay View Apartment Project Advances
Plats and Parcels

Bay View Apartment Project Advances

Plus: Recapping a big week of real estate news.

Op Ed: Bail Reform And The Waukesha Tragedy
Op Ed

Bail Reform And The Waukesha Tragedy

Republicans are going to use accused killer Darrell Brooks like a hammer.

The Week’s Greatest Hits

The Week’s Greatest Hits

Most popular articles and press releases in the past week

UW-Green Bay Works to Restore Oak Savanna

UW-Green Bay Works to Restore Oak Savanna

$30,000 in seeds to restore 76-acre natural area in Northeast Wisconsin.

Entertainment: It’s All About Christmas
Entertainment

It’s All About Christmas

Holiday events include: Candy Cane Lane, A Christmas Carol, A Crafty Christmas, and the Noel Indoor Light Park

Friday Photos: Bucks Player’s Brady St. Building A Neat Fit
Friday Photos

Bucks Player’s Brady St. Building A Neat Fit

Second Milwaukee project by Pat Connaughton's company blends into historic street.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Jeffers Sells Water Street Building
Eyes on Milwaukee

Jeffers Sells Water Street Building

Soon to be home to Tropic bar and restaurant.

MKE County: County Chases Grants It Once Overlooked
MKE County

County Chases Grants It Once Overlooked

New office created by County Executive Crowley winning grants it once 'left on the table.'

‘No Thanksgiving Without immigrants’

‘No Thanksgiving Without immigrants’

Advocates in Wisconsin call on congressional Democrats to deliver a pathway to citizenship.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Chavez Dr. Apartment Complex Moves Forward
Eyes on Milwaukee

Chavez Dr. Apartment Complex Moves Forward

Cardinal Capital seeks construction permit for four-story, 67-unit building on South Side.

Milwaukeeans To Be Thankful For in 2021

Milwaukeeans To Be Thankful For in 2021

A special challenge for your Thanksgiving weekend.

Data Wonk: Rittenhouse Feared His Rifle Endangered Him
Data Wonk

Rittenhouse Feared His Rifle Endangered Him

His case adds to data showing proliferation of guns makes us less safe.