Charter Schools Wasted $48.6 Million in State Grants

Charter Schools Wasted $48.6 Million in State Grants

Report finds 46% of schools funded are now closed or never opened at all.

Remembering Musician Mary Davis

Remembering Musician Mary Davis

A keyboard legend and singer who performed R&B, jazz, blues and soul dies at age 73.

Eyes on Milwaukee: 40 Affordable Homes for Washington Park
Eyes on Milwaukee

40 Affordable Homes for Washington Park

Developer plans to rehab 24 properties, including many duplexes, in one-mile radius.

Evers Orders National Guard Leader to Resign

Evers Orders National Guard Leader to Resign

Governor calls for sweeping changes in how sexual assault and harassment is reported, investigated.

For Members Only: Free Tickets for “Roaring 20’s” New Year’s Eve
For Members Only

Free Tickets for “Roaring 20’s” New Year’s Eve

Tickets worth $150 for Ambassador Hotel party, for Urban Milwaukee members.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Appeal Dropped on Bucks Player’s Project
Eyes on Milwaukee

Appeal Dropped on Bucks Player’s Project

Civil War-era building can be razed. New three-unit apartment building can be developed.

Campaign Cash: Farm Pollution Rules May Get Killed
Campaign Cash

Farm Pollution Rules May Get Killed

Big business lobby WMC and Big Agriculture donors oppose the rules.

Op Ed: Will Lincoln Hills Ever Be Closed?
Op Ed

Will Lincoln Hills Ever Be Closed?

Republicans refuse to meet and vote on amount of funding for replacement facilities.

Back in the News: Bobot Will Attack Langley. Sort Of
Back in the News

Bobot Will Attack Langley. Sort Of

Vince Bobot has (mostly) changed his mind about going negative in race for city attorney.

Trump Tariffs Have Cost State $800 Million

Trump Tariffs Have Cost State $800 Million

New analysis says state businesses, taxpayers paid that so far in tariffs, with more coming.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Bucks Guard Scores Again on Project
Eyes on Milwaukee

Bucks Guard Scores Again on Project

Historic preservation group again clears way for Connaughton's downtown development.

MKE County: Wilson Park Homeless Warming Center Debated
MKE County

Wilson Park Homeless Warming Center Debated

Public meeting gets unruly on proposal to let homeless sleep overnight in senior center.

Art Scene: Deck the Halls With Arts and Crafts
Art Scene

Deck the Halls With Arts and Crafts

Where to shop for art works or arts and crafts supplies.

Protest at Packers Game Targets Opponent

Protest at Packers Game Targets Opponent

Calls on Washington “Redskins" to change “offensive" name and mascot.

Op Ed: State Supreme Court Race Is Crucial
Op Ed

State Supreme Court Race Is Crucial

At stake is whether justices will recuse themselves to avoid flagrant conflicts of interest.

Plenty of Horne: Remembering Marcy Skowronski
Plenty of Horne

Remembering Marcy Skowronski

Aged 93, she ran the Holler House, the nation's oldest sanctioned bowling alley

Photo Gallery: Return of the Santa Rampage
Photo Gallery

Return of the Santa Rampage

Santa Rampage 2019 was a big hit. But what about that Krampus?

The State of Politics: Big Decline in State’s ACA Recipients
The State of Politics

Big Decline in State’s ACA Recipients

State sees 15% decline, Milwaukee County 26% drop in those covered by Obamacare.

How to Keep Your Utilities On

How to Keep Your Utilities On

Where to turn for emergency (or non-emergency) help paying heat and electric bills.

State Highway Projects Panel Wakes Up

State Highway Projects Panel Wakes Up

Transportation Projects Commission meets for first time in five years, restarts planning.

Film Captures Local Islamic Athletes

Film Captures Local Islamic Athletes

Documentary ‘We Are Powerful’ focuses on female cross county runners at Salam high school.

Op Ed: What Is Elections Commission Thinking?
Op Ed

What Is Elections Commission Thinking?

Requesting GOP legislators’ guidance on voter roll purge could corrupt process.

China Tariffs Hurting Farmers, Kind Says

China Tariffs Hurting Farmers, Kind Says

Congressman pushes Trump to settle trade war, help farmers losing out on export markets.

State Leads in Cutting Pollution Control

State Leads in Cutting Pollution Control

Funding decline of 36% from 2008-2018, biggest in U.S., Walker helped drive change.

New Faces in New Places

New Faces in New Places

A look at all the new people in new places.