Op Ed: How to Pick the Next Governor
Op Ed

How to Pick the Next Governor

Judge the many candidates on how they’d address Wisconsin’s economic chasm.

Storytelling About Housing?

Storytelling About Housing?

Ex Fabula event dominated by stories about race, health and yes, housing.

Plenty of Horne: Huge New Project for Third Ward
Plenty of Horne

Huge New Project for Third Ward

Including 60 apartments, balconies, retail, 76 parking spaces and We Energies substation.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Downtown Bridges Cause Mounting Traffic
Eyes on Milwaukee

Downtown Bridges Cause Mounting Traffic

Bridge openings stop traffic for nearly 4.5 hours on busy days. City mulls policy changes.

Now Serving: Who Will Serve the Greek Freak?
Now Serving

Who Will Serve the Greek Freak?

BelAir lost its chance Sunday, but Rare now offers a table. Plus: RC's closes after 40 years.

Data Wonk: Why Is City’s Student Achievement So Low?
Data Wonk

Why Is City’s Student Achievement So Low?

NAEP results show notable progress in Chicago, but discouraging results here.

Court Watch: Whites Just 9% of County Pot Arrests
Court Watch

Whites Just 9% of County Pot Arrests

Blacks are 25% of county residents but were 86% of all marijuana arrests in last two years.

City Hall: 4th St. Will Become Vel. R. Phillips Ave.
City Hall

4th St. Will Become Vel. R. Phillips Ave.

Major downtown street to be renamed for Milwaukee leader and civil rights pioneer.

“Night Club” Upsets Some in Bay View

“Night Club” Upsets Some in Bay View

New bar, El Relajo on 7th and Oklahoma, just west of Bay View, causes controversy.

Campaign Cash: Slag Is No Longer Considered Waste
Campaign Cash

Slag Is No Longer Considered Waste

Law backed by WMC, signed by Walker, lets waste byproduct of steel and iron evade rules.

Sieger on Songs: Ain’t Gonna Eat Out My Heart
Sieger on Songs

Ain’t Gonna Eat Out My Heart

How Lori Burton’s scorched-earth song became a Young Rascals favorite.

Sponsored: College Students’ Mental Health Can Be a Concern
Sponsored

College Students’ Mental Health Can Be a Concern

And summer's a good time for parents to address this. Advice from Rogers Behavioral Health.

Midwest Energy News: WE Energies Customers Want Cost Reduction
Midwest Energy News

WE Energies Customers Want Cost Reduction

Pleasant Prairie plant’s closing should cut costs, says a consumers group and industrial customers.

Eyes on Milwaukee: City to Host National Conference
Eyes on Milwaukee

City to Host National Conference

Officials want to show off solutions to urban blight at Reclaiming Vacant Properties Conference.

Murphy’s Law: Why Fire-Police Chief Was Axed
Murphy’s Law

Why Fire-Police Chief Was Axed

FPC botched police chief search and nice guy Mayor Barrett decided to get tough.

Campaign Cash: No, You Can’t Regulate Drones
Campaign Cash

No, You Can’t Regulate Drones

New state law backed by Milwaukee business group prevents local governments from regulating drones.

Confronting Mental Health Issue in 53206

Confronting Mental Health Issue in 53206

Behavioral nurse who grew up in high-poverty zip code takes on mental health issue.

Eyes on Milwaukee: MSOE Breaks Ground on Educational Center
Eyes on Milwaukee

MSOE Breaks Ground on Educational Center

Science hall centering on artificial intelligence will be used by all students.

Photo Gallery: Gallery Night Was Visually Stunning
Photo Gallery

Gallery Night Was Visually Stunning

More than 47 galleries had art on display.

Op Ed: Fair Housing Work Is Not Done
Op Ed

Fair Housing Work Is Not Done

Discrimination in housing still an issue in metro Milwaukee.

Eyes on Milwaukee: More Housing for Third Ward
Eyes on Milwaukee

More Housing for Third Ward

Developer Robert Joseph plans building on two surface parking lots.

Court Watch: Attorney Fees Challenge Ashland County
Court Watch

Attorney Fees Challenge Ashland County

Most lawyers won’t work for $40 per hour, some came from La Crosse, 250 miles away.

The State of Politics: Growing Concern Over Dark Store Loophole
The State of Politics

Growing Concern Over Dark Store Loophole

Shift of property taxes from retail stores to homeowners worries many Republicans.

Child Care Centers Still Have Lead Pipes

Child Care Centers Still Have Lead Pipes

City has so far replaced lead service lines at 163 of 347 facilities.

Campaign Cash: Meet the State’s Top 100 Political Donors
Campaign Cash

Meet the State’s Top 100 Political Donors

Led by Diane Hendricks (GOP) and Chris Abele (Democrat); who are the other 98?