Sieger On Songs: Dionne Warwick’s Christmas Classic
Sieger On Songs

Dionne Warwick’s Christmas Classic

Her beautifully pure version of “O Holy Night” has no diva dramatics.

Op Ed: The DNR Isn’t Quite Dead
Op Ed

The DNR Isn’t Quite Dead

Signs of life in its latest reports on natural resources that still survive.

Campaign Cash: Big Loans Finance Some Legislative Races
Campaign Cash

Big Loans Finance Some Legislative Races

Four Republicans in special elections have loaned their campaign most of its money.

Conservative Group Pushes Renewable Energy

Conservative Group Pushes Renewable Energy

It’s about dollars and cents and jobs, new state group’s leaders say.

Wisconsin Budget: Funding Shortfall Threatens 2020 Census
Wisconsin Budget

Funding Shortfall Threatens 2020 Census

Data is key to government policies, census already behind due to inadequate funds.

Task Force Considers Future of Domes

Task Force Considers Future of Domes

The options are “overwhelming” and the future far from certain.

Not Your Grandpa’s Conservatory

Not Your Grandpa’s Conservatory

The Wisconsin Conservatory of Music is rebranding itself. All it needs is the right theme song.

House Confidential: Bucks’ Dellavedova Has Shorewood Home
House Confidential

Bucks’ Dellavedova Has Shorewood Home

Surprise, it's a quite tasteful, Tudor Revival home with $1.3 million price tag.

Op Ed: Lottery Tax Credit Funding Unconstitutional?
Op Ed

Lottery Tax Credit Funding Unconstitutional?

Legislature quietly added general funding for lottery credit, could violate uniformity clause.

Murphy’s Law: 22% of City Workers Live in Suburbs
Murphy’s Law

22% of City Workers Live in Suburbs

Nearly 1,000 workers have left city since state ended residency rule.

Campaign Cash: Republicans Stall “Dark Store” Bill
Campaign Cash

Republicans Stall “Dark Store” Bill

Bill opposed by special interests ends loophole lowering big box stores' property taxes.

Town Hall Meetings Discuss Police Reforms

Town Hall Meetings Discuss Police Reforms

Fire and Police Commission seeks community responses to federal study of Milwaukee Police.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Could Milwaukee Build A Foxconn City?
Eyes on Milwaukee

Could Milwaukee Build A Foxconn City?

Committee explores annexing portion of Racine County for a satellite city.

Now Serving: New Pizza and Chinese Restaurants
Now Serving

New Pizza and Chinese Restaurants

Plus: new Third Ward bakery, Walker's Point coffeehouse.

Data Wonk: The Many Errors of Brad Schimel
Data Wonk

The Many Errors of Brad Schimel

His sloppy report on John Doe leaks won’t help Attorney General’s reputation.

Op Ed: Ron Johnson a Hero for Small Businesses
Op Ed

Ron Johnson a Hero for Small Businesses

His objections push Republicans to add federal tax breaks for small businesses.

Wisconsin Budget: Tax Plan Will Increase Black Student Debt
Wisconsin Budget

Tax Plan Will Increase Black Student Debt

Blacks now have twice the college debt of whites; GOP tax plan would widen the gap.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Affordable Housing Plan Inches Forward
Eyes on Milwaukee

Affordable Housing Plan Inches Forward

But proposal has been narrowed, will only affect city-financed projects.

License Issues Close South Side Bars

License Issues Close South Side Bars

35 taverns on near South Side lost their licenses since 2012.

The Long March to Freedom

The Long March to Freedom

NNS publishes book examining the legacy of Milwaukee's open housing marches.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Bucks Live Block Eliminates Performance Space
Eyes on Milwaukee

Bucks Live Block Eliminates Performance Space

Revisions also aim to improve urban feel of area.

Eyes on Milwaukee: The “S Block” Conceptually Approved
Eyes on Milwaukee

The “S Block” Conceptually Approved

Seven-story building proposed for the heart of downtown in historic district.

More Coal Pollution for Metro Area?

More Coal Pollution for Metro Area?

Closing of We Energy’s Pleasant Prairie plant could hike coal usage at its Oak Creek plants.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Labor Groups Rally Against KKK Supporter
Eyes on Milwaukee

Labor Groups Rally Against KKK Supporter

"We'll shout the fascists down, Milwaukee is a union town."

Murphy’s Law: Brad Schimel Strikes Out Again
Murphy’s Law

Brad Schimel Strikes Out Again

His 11-month investigation of John Doe leaks yields no charges but lots of anger.