Op Ed: Warren Plan Gives Needed Help to MPS
Op Ed

Warren Plan Gives Needed Help to MPS

Would mean a massive new federal investment in public schools.

Two Efforts Target Climate Change

Two Efforts Target Climate Change

State and county task forces are separate but overlapping efforts responding to crisis.

Eyes on Milwaukee: City Subsidy for Schuster’s Project Okayed
Eyes on Milwaukee

City Subsidy for Schuster’s Project Okayed

$85 million redevelopment of old department store will have prestige tenants.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Admiral’s Wharf Sails Through Committee
Eyes on Milwaukee

Admiral’s Wharf Sails Through Committee

City committee okays zoning for 11-story, 133-unit apartment complex in Walker's Point.

Murphy’s Law: 10 Ways Journal Sentinel Will Change
Murphy’s Law

10 Ways Journal Sentinel Will Change

GateHouse purchase of Gannett is dreadful news for local and national journalism.

State Home Sales Continue Climbing

State Home Sales Continue Climbing

October saw an increase. Total sales in 2019 slightly trailing 2018 figures.

MKE County: Why the Bus Union Didn’t Strike
MKE County

Why the Bus Union Didn’t Strike

MCTS offer of back pay for workers, and weariness after 21 months bargaining, were key.

Evers May Call Second Special Session on Guns

Evers May Call Second Special Session on Guns

Republican legislators did nothing at first session, though public overwhelmingly supports preventive measures.

Plenty of Horne: John Norquist’s 70th Birthday Party
Plenty of Horne

John Norquist’s 70th Birthday Party

A host of Milwaukeeans and former city officials attend gala party in Chicago.

Eyes on Milwaukee: See Every Property In The City
Eyes on Milwaukee

See Every Property In The City

Eventually. Developer's new Twitter account creating photos of city's 150,000 homes and businesses.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Cafe-Cop House Coming to Clarke Square
Eyes on Milwaukee

Cafe-Cop House Coming to Clarke Square

Unique center is a partnership of city, non-profit Journey House and police department.

Photo Gallery: Veterans Day 2019 a Patriotic Affair
Photo Gallery

Veterans Day 2019 a Patriotic Affair

Celebrating the 75th anniversary of D-Day and sacrifices by soldiers of World War II.

Theater: ‘The Nerd’ Is Still a Laugh Riot
Theater

‘The Nerd’ Is Still a Laugh Riot

The Rep’s revival of Larry Shue play it originated is fresh, funny and fast moving.

The Educator: St. Paul a Model for MPS Funding Effort?
The Educator

St. Paul a Model for MPS Funding Effort?

That city's successful school funding referendum was backed by local officials.

Art Scene: Meet the Mary Nohl Grant Winners
Art Scene

Meet the Mary Nohl Grant Winners

LaNia Sproles, among a group of winning artists, sees exciting growth in city’s arts scene.

City’s Millennial “Brain Drain” Raises Concerns

City’s Millennial “Brain Drain” Raises Concerns

State reports shows Milwaukee has problem. Alderman proposes task force to find solutions.

Why PFAS Pollution Is So Scary

Why PFAS Pollution Is So Scary

The chemicals are all over and very toxic. Evers has created two teams to target problem.

The State of Politics: New Push to Fix State Workforce Crisis
The State of Politics

New Push to Fix State Workforce Crisis

Business, civic and government leaders will convene to discuss looming worker shortage.

Morales Blames ACLU Suit for Traffic Ticket Drop

Morales Blames ACLU Suit for Traffic Ticket Drop

Police Chief says stop-and-frisk settlement caused decline. But some question this.

Milwaukee the Nation’s Worst City for Blacks?

Milwaukee the Nation’s Worst City for Blacks?

Delaware-based financial company ranks Milwaukee worst, Racine second worst.

Plenty Of Horne: The River War in River Hills
Plenty Of Horne

The River War in River Hills

Old Milwaukee family sues Village Board and state DNR over environmental damage.

Catholic Clergy Abuse: Clergy Sexual Abuse Cases Still Rising
Catholic Clergy Abuse

Clergy Sexual Abuse Cases Still Rising

170 to date in state, but some dioceses and religious orders still won’t confront problem.

Op Ed: The N Word Still Hurts
Op Ed

The N Word Still Hurts

The word brought national headlines, pain and confusion to Wisconsin.

Plats and Parcels: Rite-Hite May Move to Reed Street Yards
Plats and Parcels

Rite-Hite May Move to Reed Street Yards

Plus: Water leak delays BMO Tower, city exploring Plan B for former Schlitz tavern.

Urban Reads: The Future of Suburbia
Urban Reads

The Future of Suburbia

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