Classical: Milwaukee Symphony Opener Is Uneven
Classical

Milwaukee Symphony Opener Is Uneven

New maestro Masur’s debut starts slowly, but ends in bang-up rendition of Der Rosenkavalier.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Campaign Aims to Save Goldmann’s Sign
Eyes on Milwaukee

Campaign Aims to Save Goldmann’s Sign

Group's crowdfunding campaign seeks $20,000 to restore and display the sign.

Movers and Shakers: James Davies
Movers and Shakers

James Davies

"You experience a city differently depending on how you move through it, and I think a bicycle is just about the best way."

Human Trafficking Plagues “All 72 Counties”

Human Trafficking Plagues “All 72 Counties”

Speakers at a weekend forum say cases being reported in urban, suburban and rural areas.

Photo Gallery: Custer Playfield Reopens
Photo Gallery

Custer Playfield Reopens

New playground, basketball courts and walking path are part of $25 million city recreation plan.

New Faces in New Places

New Faces in New Places

A look at all the new people in new places.

The Educator: Some School Districts Could Disappear
The Educator

Some School Districts Could Disappear

Shrinking population, open enrollment, other factors threaten state's smaller districts.

Evers Blasts Trump “Tweet” Trade Wars

Evers Blasts Trump “Tweet” Trade Wars

The approach “just sucks,” governor says on new state podcast.

School Groups Push Tobacco, Vaping Laws

School Groups Push Tobacco, Vaping Laws

In response to vaping crisis, bill restricts tobacco products sales to those 21 and older.

Op Ed: Don’t Give Up on St. Joseph’s Hospital
Op Ed

Don’t Give Up on St. Joseph’s Hospital

If we want hospital to stay committed to the community, we must continue to patronize it.

Plats and Parcels: Wangard Plans “Eagleknit” in Walker’s Point
Plats and Parcels

Wangard Plans “Eagleknit” in Walker’s Point

Plus: Action-packed week of real estate includes new apartments, downtown HQ and more pizza.

The Week’s Greatest Hits

The Week’s Greatest Hits

Most popular articles and press releases in the past week

Op Ed: We Need Redistricting Reform Now
Op Ed

We Need Redistricting Reform Now

Proposed bill would make process more representative, more transparent.

The Search for Lake Michigan’s Meteorite

The Search for Lake Michigan’s Meteorite

It crashed into lake two years ago. Scientists are close to finding it.

Friday Photos: Rexnord Will Occupy Downtown Buildings
Friday Photos

Rexnord Will Occupy Downtown Buildings

Buildings on W. Michigan St. being renovated for company's new headquarters.

Transportation: Car Free, South Side Streets on Saturday
Transportation

Car Free, South Side Streets on Saturday

Ciclovia MKE returns. Mix and mingle, walk or go for a bike ride on September 14th.

Sponsored: So, What Is a Firkin Anyway? Rock Bottom Has You Covered
Sponsored

So, What Is a Firkin Anyway? Rock Bottom Has You Covered

Restaurant and brewery's monthly Firkin event lets you sample one-of-a-kind craft brews.

City Tops in TIF Money for Streetcar

City Tops in TIF Money for Streetcar

State tax system forced Milwaukee’s dependence on TIF, WPF report finds.

South Side Has Bustling Fashion Scene

South Side Has Bustling Fashion Scene

Cesar Chavez Dr. has many locally owned clothing stores. It’s becoming a destination.

Not Leaving Due to Trump, Sensenbrenner Says

Not Leaving Due to Trump, Sensenbrenner Says

Retiring congressman reflects on long career and why he’s retiring now.

Eyes on Milwaukee: MSOE Opens Diercks Hall, Boots Up “Rosie”
Eyes on Milwaukee

MSOE Opens Diercks Hall, Boots Up “Rosie”

New computer science hall will keep MSOE at cutting edge of education and tech.

Foxconn Changes Plans In One Day

Foxconn Changes Plans In One Day

Announces fancy nine-story dome it will build, then switches to one-story warehouse-like building.

Lost Milwaukee: How a Riverside Roadway Was Stopped
Lost Milwaukee

How a Riverside Roadway Was Stopped

It was all because of the picture-postcard 1927 Capitol Drive Bridge.

Choose Life Program Still a Mystery

Choose Life Program Still a Mystery

President says group had nothing to do with bill that would give it $500,000 from the state.

Op Ed: Help Us Plan the City’s Future
Op Ed

Help Us Plan the City’s Future

Take this survey, give your opinions to help city create comprehensive housing and development plan.