Milwaukee Landlord Berrada Drops Lawsuit Against Tenants Union

Milwaukee Landlord Berrada Drops Lawsuit Against Tenants Union

Lawsuit 'a retaliatory measure for tenant organizing in Berrada buildings,' group charges.

East Side Pizzeria Continues Under New Owners

East Side Pizzeria Continues Under New Owners

Lisa's Pizza reopened on Feb. 7 featuring both thin-crust and Detroit-style pies.

MKE County: Crowley Signs First in State Housing Proposal
MKE County

Crowley Signs First in State Housing Proposal

$1 million to provide emergency shelter for people in crisis and affordable-rate apartments.

UW Tribal Tuition Promise Divides Native Communities

UW Tribal Tuition Promise Divides Native Communities

Questions over who is eligible for tuition support and program's success rate.

The State of Politics: Parties Seek New Candidates in New Districts
The State of Politics

Parties Seek New Candidates in New Districts

New state legislative maps means races are the fairest and most wide open in 12 years.

Legislature Backs Bills for High-Speed EV Charging Stations

Legislature Backs Bills for High-Speed EV Charging Stations

Near unanimous Assembly votes set state DOT up to create EV infrastructure program.

Theater: ‘Scarecrow’ Is All About Wisconsin
Theater

‘Scarecrow’ Is All About Wisconsin

Heidi Armbruster's skilled writing and performance of one-woman play offers humor, drama and an uneven ending.

Plats and Parcels: New Corporate Headquarters, 130 Jobs For Downtown
Plats and Parcels

New Corporate Headquarters, 130 Jobs For Downtown

Enerpac Tool HQ moving to Milwaukee. Plus: A recap of week's real estate news.

Now Serving: Milwaukee Dining Scene Wins High Praise
Now Serving

Milwaukee Dining Scene Wins High Praise

With months of accolades and awards. Plus: Who will replace Tonic Tavern, Riverfront Pizza and Kehr's downtown candy store?

Urban Reads: Unions Take on the Housing Crisis
Urban Reads

Unions Take on the Housing Crisis

All the city news you can use.

The Week’s Greatest Hits

The Week’s Greatest Hits

Most popular articles and press releases in the past week

MKE County: Area Supervisors Want Less Road-To-Trail Conversion In Jackson Park
MKE County

Area Supervisors Want Less Road-To-Trail Conversion In Jackson Park

'The trail will be wonderful for everybody else,' but not nearby residents, supervisor says.

How Big a Change Is New UW-Madison Admission Policy?

How Big a Change Is New UW-Madison Admission Policy?

Students consider new rule that top 5% of state's high school grads guaranteed admission.

State of the Tribes Speech Emphasizes Diversity

State of the Tribes Speech Emphasizes Diversity

Potawatomi chairman James Crawford notes diversity of 11 tribes and their common needs.

Campaign Targets MPS Funding Referendum

Campaign Targets MPS Funding Referendum

Atty Dan Adams forms Milwaukeeans For Affordable Housing, bashes proposed tax hike.

Sully’s Sandwiches is Closed

Sully’s Sandwiches is Closed

Sandwich shop will become satellite kitchen for sister restaurant, Miss Molly's.

New Owners Take Over Menomonee Valley Wedding Venue

New Owners Take Over Menomonee Valley Wedding Venue

Two longtime bartenders are now operating the wedding and events venue.

See Where Milwaukee’s Secret ShotSpotter Sensors Are

See Where Milwaukee’s Secret ShotSpotter Sensors Are

Data leak reveals what MPD and company have attempted to keep private.

Ethics Investigators Recommend Felony Charges Against Trump Committee, Rep. Brandtjen

Ethics Investigators Recommend Felony Charges Against Trump Committee, Rep. Brandtjen

Groups are alleged to skirted campaign finance laws in primary challenge against Vos.

Teenage Mental Health Starts With Baby-Parent Interactions

Teenage Mental Health Starts With Baby-Parent Interactions

Health experts say adults should focus more on positive interactions with infants and toddlers.

Op Ed: New Legislative Proposals Threaten Wisconsin’s Environmental and Economic Progress
Op Ed

New Legislative Proposals Threaten Wisconsin’s Environmental and Economic Progress

Don't eliminate the DNR's Green Tier program argues John Imes.

Transportation: MCTS Seeking Board Approval For 27th Street BRT Line
Transportation

MCTS Seeking Board Approval For 27th Street BRT Line

And unlike east-west line, Connect 2 wouldn't use battery electric buses.

Wisconsin Utilities Attempting To Balance Power Demand From New Data Centers With Renewables

Wisconsin Utilities Attempting To Balance Power Demand From New Data Centers With Renewables

Massive new data centers, like Microsoft's Mt. Pleasant project, will change how We Energies, others pursue renewable energy.

Tonic Tavern Regular Hopes To Open New Bar In Its Place

Tonic Tavern Regular Hopes To Open New Bar In Its Place

He's applied for a liquor license, but will he get a lease?

Legislature Passes PFAS Bill, But Evers Likely To Veto It

Legislature Passes PFAS Bill, But Evers Likely To Veto It

$125 million is set aside in trust for addressing forever chemicals, but bill would limit DNR authority.