Now Serving: Two Seasonal Patios Opening
Now Serving

Two Seasonal Patios Opening

Plus: Two beer gardens opening, an urban cheesemaker and new sushi and southern restaurants.

Assembly Democratic Leader Says Party Can Win Majority

Assembly Democratic Leader Says Party Can Win Majority

Greta Neubauer says Democrats will spend big in fall election for newly-drawn districts.

Trade Hotel Workers Organizing Union

Trade Hotel Workers Organizing Union

Lead organizer Milwaukee Area Service and Hospitality Workers alleges labor violations.

The Week’s Greatest Hits

The Week’s Greatest Hits

Most popular articles and press releases in the past week

MKE County: Parks Updating Countywide Trail Plan
MKE County

Parks Updating Countywide Trail Plan

Planning process seeks citizen input on future of Milwaukee trail system.

Advocates Plead for Task Force on Missing and Murdered Black Women and Girls

Advocates Plead for Task Force on Missing and Murdered Black Women and Girls

Bill to create task force passed by the state Assembly, but never voted on by Senate

ID Checks No Longer Mandated at Emergency Food Pantries

ID Checks No Longer Mandated at Emergency Food Pantries

The Wisconsin Department of Health Services says loosening restrictions will broaden access, but some pantry leaders warn of complications.

Republicans Fail To Override Any of Evers’ Vetoes

Republicans Fail To Override Any of Evers’ Vetoes

Two-day review session ends without any formal attempts.

Wisconsin Pension Fund Owns More Than $100 Million in Bitcoin Assets

Wisconsin Pension Fund Owns More Than $100 Million in Bitcoin Assets

State of Wisconsin Investment Board purchased more than $160 million in new ETFs.

See the 2024 Mayor’s Design Awards Winners

See the 2024 Mayor’s Design Awards Winners

20 projects big and small are named best of the best in Milwaukee design

Scooters Return To Milwaukee’s Streets, This Time Permanently

Scooters Return To Milwaukee’s Streets, This Time Permanently

Lime and Spin allowed to bring their scooters back under permanent regulatory framework.

Legal Group Asks For Trained Interpreters in Municipal Courts

Legal Group Asks For Trained Interpreters in Municipal Courts

All other Wisconsin courts already have the requirement.

How Wisconsin Prevents Noncitizen Voting

How Wisconsin Prevents Noncitizen Voting

The practice is rare — and illegal — but has received increased attention since 2020.

Sugar Maple Hosting Joe Pera-Themed Pop-Up

Sugar Maple Hosting Joe Pera-Themed Pop-Up

Upcoming event will celebrate the Adult Swim comedian, known for his slow-paced, comforting sets.

S’Blendid Cancels Plans For Bay View Cafe

S’Blendid Cancels Plans For Bay View Cafe

Malee Thao announced the news Friday morning. Her sandwich-focused food truck, SANDU, will continue.

Wisconsin Unemployment Below 3% For First Time Since Last Summer

Wisconsin Unemployment Below 3% For First Time Since Last Summer

State continues to outperform the country on unemployment, labor force participation.

Transportation: Frontier Begins New Nonstop Flights To East Coast
Transportation

Frontier Begins New Nonstop Flights To East Coast

It's now easier to travel from Milwaukee Mitchell.

City Funds Will Boost Walker’s Point Development

City Funds Will Boost Walker’s Point Development

Corner of 1st and National would see new affordable apartment building.

Private Insurers in Wisconsin Are Spending Far More Than Medicare For Health Services

Private Insurers in Wisconsin Are Spending Far More Than Medicare For Health Services

State hospital group says data used in study fails to represent full picture of hospital costs.

Entertainment: Big Truck Day Returns To Red Arrow Park
Entertainment

Big Truck Day Returns To Red Arrow Park

Plus: Metal Fest, Maifest and Baird Center open house.

Vice President Kamala Harris Promotes Economic Agenda in Milwaukee Visit

Vice President Kamala Harris Promotes Economic Agenda in Milwaukee Visit

Harris joins entertainer D.L. Hughley for her nationwide "Economic Opportunity Tour" in the lead up to the presidential election.

Knife-Sharpening Pop-Ups Resume in June

Knife-Sharpening Pop-Ups Resume in June

The Sharpening Company will resume its on-the-fly services at four different locations next month.

Four Milwaukee Affordable Housing Proposals Secure Critical Tax Credits

Four Milwaukee Affordable Housing Proposals Secure Critical Tax Credits

WHEDA's housing tax credit award puts developments on path to groundbreaking.

$456 Million Baird Center Opens With Big Promises, Vision

$456 Million Baird Center Opens With Big Promises, Vision

100,000 more visitors every year, billions more in spending. See it yourself on Saturday.

Can Wisconsin Become a Video Game Player?

Can Wisconsin Become a Video Game Player?

Business and political leaders seek tax breaks, broadband access to build industry.