Eyes on Milwaukee: New High School Marks Growth of Hmong Community
Eyes on Milwaukee

New High School Marks Growth of Hmong Community

Governor, MPS Superintendent join trailblazing HAPA founder Chris Her-Xiong for ribbon cutting.

Nonpartisan State Election Review Finds No Widespread Fraud

Nonpartisan State Election Review Finds No Widespread Fraud

Legislative Audit Bureau recommends changes to election laws.

Prometheus Trio Returns to Live Performance

Prometheus Trio Returns to Live Performance

A performance on Sunday will feature four piano trios.

Is Third Time The Charm for Red Light Cameras?

Is Third Time The Charm for Red Light Cameras?

Rep. LaKeshia Myers reintroduces bill to allow Milwaukee to use cameras to bust speeders and red-light runners.

Winters Farmers Market Will Be Held in Deer District

Winters Farmers Market Will Be Held in Deer District

Event most recently held at The Domes is now moving Downtown.

Wisconsin’s Jobless Rate Remains at 3.9%

Wisconsin’s Jobless Rate Remains at 3.9%

Job gains were offset by job losses in September.

Trouble Finding Affordable Child Care? Here’s Why.

Trouble Finding Affordable Child Care? Here’s Why.

76% of early childhood education centers in Wisconsin have reported a staffing shortage.

Sherman Phoenix Foundation Searching For Executive Director

Sherman Phoenix Foundation Searching For Executive Director

Director will guide marketplace, carry out vision of creating inclusive, entrepreneurial hub.

GOP Bills Prohibit Social Media Censorship

GOP Bills Prohibit Social Media Censorship

Legislation allows media outlets, residents to sue for censorship.

Wisconsin Elections Commission Sues To Stop Gableman’s Subpoenas

Wisconsin Elections Commission Sues To Stop Gableman’s Subpoenas

Suit says Gableman is overstepping authority in how subpoenas are structured.

City Hall: Council Adopts $179 Million Rescue Plan Package
City Hall

Council Adopts $179 Million Rescue Plan Package

Compromise plan includes money for pension reserve, housing, lead abatement and child care providers.

Three-year-old Major Harris Found Dead

Three-year-old Major Harris Found Dead

Police were searching for the missing toddler after his mother was murdered.

DNR Orders JCI To Do More PFAS Testing

DNR Orders JCI To Do More PFAS Testing

State agency orders company to provide broader assessment of pollution.

Entertainment: Chills on the Hill Puts Spooky Spin on Bay View Event
Entertainment

Chills on the Hill Puts Spooky Spin on Bay View Event

Plus, Boo at the Zoo, a wine fest at the Mitchell Park Domes, a record release at X-Ray Arcade and Hamilton the musical.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Podcast Production Company Opens Downtown Studio, Office
Eyes on Milwaukee

Podcast Production Company Opens Downtown Studio, Office

Podcamp Media leases space at top of Colby Abbot Building.

State Senate Approves Longer Work Hours for Teens Under 16

State Senate Approves Longer Work Hours for Teens Under 16

Bill passed on divided vote. It applies to small businesses exempt from federal labor act.

Milwaukee Rolls Out Vaccination Promotion For Second Shot

Milwaukee Rolls Out Vaccination Promotion For Second Shot

City will pay $25 to 1,000 people to get second shot. More than 23,000 people are currently eligible.

State Republicans Draw Maps Preserving Electoral Advantage

State Republicans Draw Maps Preserving Electoral Advantage

Gov. Evers has said he would veto GOP gerrymander.

Data Wonk: GOP-Backed Legislation Could Worsen Gun Violence Epidemic
Data Wonk

GOP-Backed Legislation Could Worsen Gun Violence Epidemic

Data on gun violence indicates a correlation between proliferation of firearms and increased gun violence.

Still No Facility To Replace State’s Youth Prisons

Still No Facility To Replace State’s Youth Prisons

Two deadlines to close the prisons have been missed, and plans for new facility have stalled.

Raynetta Hill Will Lead King Drive BID

Raynetta Hill Will Lead King Drive BID

A familiar face returns to lead growing business improvement district.

State Senate Advances Abortion Bills

State Senate Advances Abortion Bills

The Republican controlled Senate has advanced similar bills before. Evers expected to veto.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Redevelopment Plans Dropped For Downtown Post Office
Eyes on Milwaukee

Redevelopment Plans Dropped For Downtown Post Office

R2 sells the building to post office real estate investment trust.

MKE County: Independent Committee Submits Final Map for Supervisor Districts
MKE County

Independent Committee Submits Final Map for Supervisor Districts

But independence of the Independent Redistricting Committee is now in question, as county board could face lawsuits.

The Sophisticated Man Moves To New Location

The Sophisticated Man Moves To New Location

Men's clothing store may be on the move again, but not far.