Friday Photos: The Quin Takes Shape
Friday Photos

The Quin Takes Shape

Walker's Point apartment building is scheduled to open in late 2018.

Op Ed: Coal Is Literally a Dead End
Op Ed

Coal Is Literally a Dead End

Pollution from coal used at two Oak Creek power plants has long-term health consequences.

Taverns: Black Rose Irish Pub Will Close
Taverns

Black Rose Irish Pub Will Close

Oak and Loc bar is third place owned by R.C. Schmidt to close since December.

8 Options for Domes Presented

8 Options for Domes Presented

Public input sought on options offered by task force, but costs of each unknown.

County Board Okays Pot Referendum

County Board Okays Pot Referendum

Hope is that advisory referendum will push state legislators to act.

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Become a Member, Get Summerfest Tickets

Get two free Summerfest tickets valued at $21 each for helping support our publication.

Lyme Disease Cases Up 23% in 2017

Lyme Disease Cases Up 23% in 2017

But still below high point of 2010-2011 for confirmed cases.

Chief Won’t Name Cops Who Tased Brown

Chief Won’t Name Cops Who Tased Brown

Morales says he legally prevented from releasing names, new FPC head also cites law.

Countering Concussions: States Mull Ban on Tackle Football for Kids
Countering Concussions

States Mull Ban on Tackle Football for Kids

Wisconsin mother sues Pop Warner youth league, citing brain injuries to her son.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Big Development for Northwest Bay View
Eyes on Milwaukee

Big Development for Northwest Bay View

Office complex, maybe hotel at old Horny Goat site on 1st and Becher along KK River.

State, City Push Trauma-Informed Care

State, City Push Trauma-Informed Care

Medical personnel, fire fighters urged to look for telling injuries on small children.

Bar Exam: Hop Over to The Wicked Hop
Bar Exam

Hop Over to The Wicked Hop

One of the few taverns on streetcar line, in one of few buildings to survive Third Ward fire.

City Hall: Police Reform Needed, Say Council Members
City Hall

Police Reform Needed, Say Council Members

Brown incident proves problem, changes needed, Hamilton, Coggs say at press conference.

Battle Over The Winter Farmers Market

Battle Over The Winter Farmers Market

Weddings at Domes far more lucrative, Parks leader says, but board backs farmers market.

City Hall: Ald. Bohl Resigns, Takes Lobbying Job
City Hall

Ald. Bohl Resigns, Takes Lobbying Job

And full council approves La Keisha Butler as head of Fire and Police Commission.

Op Ed: John McCain and Republican Values
Op Ed

John McCain and Republican Values

He’s a patriot and man of character. Contrast this to Trump, Vukmir and Nicholson.

Campaign Cash: State Investigating Big Walker Donor
Campaign Cash

State Investigating Big Walker Donor

The sand mining company dumped 10 million gallons of sludge into Trempealeau River.

Minnesota Passes Us In Total Jobs

Minnesota Passes Us In Total Jobs

Wisconsin had 98,000 more jobs than Minnesota a decade ago, but now behind.

Murphy’s Law: Police Video Gets National Attention
Murphy’s Law

Police Video Gets National Attention

Police confrontation with Bucks player gets national headlines, raises troubling questions.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Renderings for Streetcar Extensions
Eyes on Milwaukee

Renderings for Streetcar Extensions

See conceptual plans for how The Hop could integrate with Bronzeville, Walker's Point

“Dr. Carter” Gets Honorary Street Sign

“Dr. Carter” Gets Honorary Street Sign

Beloved pharmacist, drug store owner for 50 years, gets sign on 24th and Burleigh.

Now Serving: Downtown Gets New Burger, Pizza Places
Now Serving

Downtown Gets New Burger, Pizza Places

And a new brewpub. Plus: The Farwell Ave. food hall.

Data Wonk: More Ways Minnesota Beats Wisconsin
Data Wonk

More Ways Minnesota Beats Wisconsin

Less people leaving state, more getting health insurance in Minnesota.

Op Ed: Rep. Grothman Loves, Hates Deficit
Op Ed

Rep. Grothman Loves, Hates Deficit

GOP Congressman leads in tax-supported newsletters and contradictions on the deficit.

Court Watch: Offense At Age Nine a Felony?
Court Watch

Offense At Age Nine a Felony?

State high court approves adult felony charge though offender then said to be eight or nine.