City Streets: The Quonsets of Bay Street
City Streets

The Quonsets of Bay Street

Temporary homes for WWII Veterans are the only development ever to land on the west side of S. Bay Street.

Transportation: Marcoux Warns Not Acting Could Jeopardize Streetcar Extension
Transportation

Marcoux Warns Not Acting Could Jeopardize Streetcar Extension

DCD officials tell council delaying project approval would cost $8.1 million annually.

Join the Sculpture Milwaukee Guided Tour

Join the Sculpture Milwaukee Guided Tour

Our first tour of the artworks in Sculpture Milwaukee 2019, half off for our members.

NEWaukeean of the Week: Christopher R. “Chal” Little
NEWaukeean of the Week

Christopher R. “Chal” Little

"I hope this current development boom that we’re experiencing continues for a long time."

Photo Gallery: There was Something for Everyone at Summer Soulstice
Photo Gallery

There was Something for Everyone at Summer Soulstice

Music, food and fun at the annual East Side music festival.

Photo Gallery: Dinner in the Alley Raises Support for Homeless
Photo Gallery

Dinner in the Alley Raises Support for Homeless

The annual dinner is sponsored by The Salvation Army and was held in the Deer District.

Blackwell Gives At Risk Youth A Better Future

Blackwell Gives At Risk Youth A Better Future

Blackwell was thrust into a political battle when Trump administration announced closure

Plats and Parcels: BMO Tower Tops Out
Plats and Parcels

BMO Tower Tops Out

Plus: Northridge in property tax foreclosure, Ambassador Hotel expansion stuck, second hostel faces opposition

Pot Policies All Over the Map

Pot Policies All Over the Map

Fully legal in 11 states, medical pot okay in 22 states, much division over how to handle it.

Urban Reads: Should Single-Family Zoning be Eliminated?
Urban Reads

Should Single-Family Zoning be Eliminated?

All the city news you can use.

The Week’s Greatest Hits

The Week’s Greatest Hits

Most popular articles and press releases in the past week

DNA Evidence Backlog Greatly Reduced

DNA Evidence Backlog Greatly Reduced

Effort to reduce backlog yields results. Evers and Kaul want more funding for crime lab.

Tougher Drunk Driving Laws Pass Unanimously

Tougher Drunk Driving Laws Pass Unanimously

Assembly also approves delaying closure of juvenile justice facilities, and passes electric scooter legalization.

Friday Photos: The Downtown Wreck Room
Friday Photos

The Downtown Wreck Room

Three hotels will replace vacant buildings.

Become a Member, Get Summerfest Tickets

Become a Member, Get Summerfest Tickets

For a limited-time, get two free Summerfest tickets valued at $46 for helping support our publication.

Eyes on Milwaukee: City Selling Walker’s Point Development Site
Eyes on Milwaukee

City Selling Walker’s Point Development Site

Vacant lot on 1st and Lapham available for $59,000.

Michigan Struggles With Legal Pot

Michigan Struggles With Legal Pot

Recreational marijuana legalized, but state struggles with how to regulate retail sales, other issues.

What Makes A Lake Healthy?

What Makes A Lake Healthy?

Algal blooms, invasive species and shoreline development disrupt the healthy balance of lakes.

Bar Exam: Von Trier Revisited
Bar Exam

Von Trier Revisited

East Side bar under new ownership, but maintains classic appeal.

State Supreme Court Upholds Lame-Duck Laws

State Supreme Court Upholds Lame-Duck Laws

The conservative majority not persuaded by arguments that extraordinary session was unconstitutional.

Second GOP Senator Won’t Support Budget

Second GOP Senator Won’t Support Budget

Sen. Dave Craig won't support budget saying it spends too much. Pushing GOP closer to deadlock over budget.

Indian Community School Preserves, Teaches Native Culture

Indian Community School Preserves, Teaches Native Culture

Students take part in end of the year powwow, engage with native culture.

Photo Gallery: Juneteenth Day 2019
Photo Gallery

Juneteenth Day 2019

State and local leaders join community for Juneteenth Day celebration.

Guide to Summer Soulstice Music Festival

Guide to Summer Soulstice Music Festival

Milwaukee's biggest local-music block party is this weekend, with places to eat drink, see and make.

Sponsored: Clean Your House of Hazardous Waste This Weekend
Sponsored

Clean Your House of Hazardous Waste This Weekend

MMSD holding household hazardous waste collection Saturday, June 22.