Eyes on Milwaukee: Million-Dollar Childcare Center Filling Vacant School
Eyes on Milwaukee

Million-Dollar Childcare Center Filling Vacant School

Tashawana Green opening new facility in Sherman Park with backing of Northwest Side CDC.

Milton House Tells Wisconsin’s Underground Railroad Story

Milton House Tells Wisconsin’s Underground Railroad Story

House and museum is the only authenticated underground railroad stop in the state.

Eyes on Milwaukee: MIAD Overhauling Campus Center
Eyes on Milwaukee

MIAD Overhauling Campus Center

Planning to improve campus center, expand scholarships and grow its student body.

Gordo Burger Will Become Dessert Shop

Gordo Burger Will Become Dessert Shop

The restaurant will transform into a late-night dessert shop featuring bubble waffles, pancakes, milkshakes and more.

Eyes on Milwaukee: 31-Story Third Ward Tower Developer Applies For Construction Permits
Eyes on Milwaukee

31-Story Third Ward Tower Developer Applies For Construction Permits

Hines planning fall groundbreaking at 333 N. Water St.

State Sending Postcard Reminders to Unregistered Voters

State Sending Postcard Reminders to Unregistered Voters

178,500 eligible, but unregistered voters, will receive a postcard telling them how to register.

Kevin Nicholson Drops Out of Race for Governor

Kevin Nicholson Drops Out of Race for Governor

Nicholson couldn't make headway in Republican primary race.

Nashville RNC Contract Withdrawn

Nashville RNC Contract Withdrawn

The lone city competing with Milwaukee for convention struggling to pass host agreement.

MKE County: Supervisors Seek Marijuana Referendum
MKE County

Supervisors Seek Marijuana Referendum

Question to voters on legalizing pot would be identical to 2018 advisory referendum.

Riverwest Co-op Cafe Closing

Riverwest Co-op Cafe Closing

Cafe closing July 11, but grocery will continue and cafe may feature restaurant pop-ups in future.

UWM Professor Creating Cheaper Hearing Aids

UWM Professor Creating Cheaper Hearing Aids

Yi Hu develops prototype that doesn't require prescription, could cost less than $200.

Launching Homemade Aircrafts Into Lake Michigan

Launching Homemade Aircrafts Into Lake Michigan

Meet the teams competing in Milwaukee's First Flugtag, sponsored by Red Bull.

MKE County: County Could Sue PFAS Manufacturers
MKE County

County Could Sue PFAS Manufacturers

Lawsuit over "forever chemicals" could help finance remediation at Mitchell Airport.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Local Investor Buys Ma Baensch Building
Eyes on Milwaukee

Local Investor Buys Ma Baensch Building

Group also purchased former Miller Brewing building at Bartlett and Irving.

Will Abortion Ban Mean Policing Miscarriages?

Will Abortion Ban Mean Policing Miscarriages?

Under state law, a suspicious doctor may report a woman who miscarries to local police.

Deer District Market Returns to Plaza

Deer District Market Returns to Plaza

Downtown market with many vendors open evenings on weekly basis in July and August.

The State of Politics: How Governor’s Power Was Weakened
The State of Politics

How Governor’s Power Was Weakened

Recent high court decision latest of several rulings reducing governor's power.

State Utilities Falling Short on Carbon Reduction

State Utilities Falling Short on Carbon Reduction

Behind on 2030 goals. We Energies coal plants will remain in longer than projected.

MPS Requires Federal Aid Application Before Graduation

MPS Requires Federal Aid Application Before Graduation

Goal is to increase number of students attending college.

Photo Gallery: The Return of Milwaukee’s Independence Day Parades
Photo Gallery

The Return of Milwaukee’s Independence Day Parades

Community groups, candy and candidates fill Milwaukee's streets

Your Right to Know: Open Records Law Treated With Contempt
Your Right to Know

Open Records Law Treated With Contempt

Both Vos and Gableman cited for contempt of court for trashing open records law.

LGBTQ Businesses Awarded COVID-19 Recovery Grants

LGBTQ Businesses Awarded COVID-19 Recovery Grants

National LGBT Chamber of Commerce awarded grants to Wisconsin businesses ranging from $5,000 to $10,000.

Op Ed: City Making Progress on Reckless Driving
Op Ed

City Making Progress on Reckless Driving

Mayor Johnson providing leadership. But more needs to be done.

Plats and Parcels: Urban Ecology Center Plans Event Venue
Plats and Parcels

Urban Ecology Center Plans Event Venue

East Side event space is near Oak Leaf Trail and the river. Plus: A big week of real estate news.

Urban Reads: Barack Obama the YIMBY?
Urban Reads

Barack Obama the YIMBY?

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