Court Watch: Pot Arrests Vary Wildly By County
Court Watch

Pot Arrests Vary Wildly By County

Some outstate counties have far more marijuana charges and felony charges per resident.

Photo Gallery: Polish Fest Offers Fun, Culture
Photo Gallery

Polish Fest Offers Fun, Culture

Our photos capture the largest such festival in America.

Op Ed: Save the Yellow Perch!
Op Ed

Save the Yellow Perch!

Perch count way down in Lake Michigan. Strong leadership needed to protect state waters.

The State of Politics: Dueling Visions of the State’s Future
The State of Politics

Dueling Visions of the State’s Future

5 major areas where Evers, Republicans differ on state policies, spending.

MKE County: County Jail is Bleeding Safety Officers
MKE County

County Jail is Bleeding Safety Officers

Pay low, conditions bad. In 2018 county hired 103 corrections officers and lost 110.

NEWaukeean of the Week: Kelly Farah
NEWaukeean of the Week

Kelly Farah

"I live in the Third Ward and love the feel of the neighborhood."

Introducing East Side Week

Introducing East Side Week

This week, Urban Milwaukee covers the best of the East Side and previews Summer Soulstice festival.

Eyes on Milwaukee: A Food Hall for Bay View
Eyes on Milwaukee

A Food Hall for Bay View

New Land will open "Flour and Feed", a food hall bigger than Crossroads Collective.

Plats and Parcels: Boutique Hotel Proposal Revived
Plats and Parcels

Boutique Hotel Proposal Revived

Plus: Walker's Point building changes hand, Riverwest warehouse gets new life

Urban Reads: Traffic Jams Show Income Inequality
Urban Reads

Traffic Jams Show Income Inequality

All the city news you can use.

The Contrarian: The Anti-Gas Tax Gang
The Contrarian

The Anti-Gas Tax Gang

Why just five Republican naysayers could kill a gas tax hike.

Statewide Meetings Held on Student Loans

Statewide Meetings Held on Student Loans

Governor’s task force holds meetings across Wisconsin to understand crisis, find answers.

The Week’s Greatest Hits

The Week’s Greatest Hits

Most popular articles and press releases in the past week

Great Lakes Leaders To Target Asian Carp

Great Lakes Leaders To Target Asian Carp

Region’s governors, Canadian premiers meet next month about preventing carp invasion.

High Paying Jobs Elude Hispanics

High Paying Jobs Elude Hispanics

WPF study of metro area finds Hispanics under-represented in area’s high paying jobs.

Campaign Cash: Accused Polluter a Big Campaign Donor
Campaign Cash

Accused Polluter a Big Campaign Donor

Johnson Controls International’s subsidiary accused of releasing hazardous chemicals, contaminating drinking water.

Photo Gallery: Urban Milwaukee Celebrates 11th Anniversary
Photo Gallery

Urban Milwaukee Celebrates 11th Anniversary

Readers and writers mingle and celebrate at Villa Terrace's Renaissance Garden.

Sieger on Songs: The Funky Legacy Of Dr. John
Sieger on Songs

The Funky Legacy Of Dr. John

The genius has passed away, but songs like “Qualified” will never die.

Classical: Midwest Festival of Organists Coming
Classical

Midwest Festival of Organists Coming

American Guild of Organists concert series, Sunday through Wednesday at various venues.

MKE Listing: Fabulous Third Ward Condo
MKE Listing

Fabulous Third Ward Condo

Features amazing views, open concept floor plan, hardwood floors and a gourmet kitchen with high-end appliances

Friday Photos: Meet The East Sider
Friday Photos

Meet The East Sider

Distinctive shape of new apartment building near UWM emerges.

Op Ed: Republicans Pay More for Less
Op Ed

Republicans Pay More for Less

GOP budget rejects $1.6 billion in federal funds, provides less funding for schools and highways.

Join Us at Black Husky Beer Bash

Join Us at Black Husky Beer Bash

Urban Milwaukee members can join us next week for a fun beer tour and tastings.

Joint Finance Committee Passes Budget

Joint Finance Committee Passes Budget

Majority Republicans rejected many Evers proposals. Minority Democrats assail GOP plan.

House Confidential: O. J. Mayo Loses River Hills Home
House Confidential

O. J. Mayo Loses River Hills Home

Former Buck has until October to pay off $1.1 million judgement and reclaim mansion.