Movies: Could Horror Film Grab Oscars?
Movies

Could Horror Film Grab Oscars?

Jordan Peele’s 'Get Out’ is a horror thriller with sly commentary on racial relations.

Wisconsin Budget: Trump Budget Slashes Safety Net
Wisconsin Budget

Trump Budget Slashes Safety Net

$1.4 trillion in cuts to health care, housing nearly equals $1.5 trillion in recent tax cuts.

Dining: El Patron Offers Good Cheap Mexican
Dining

El Patron Offers Good Cheap Mexican

Mostly familiar fare but tasty. And the addictive desserts are a surprise.

Campaign Cash: Wealthy Donors Give Big to GOP Group
Campaign Cash

Wealthy Donors Give Big to GOP Group

Gave $1.7 million in 2017 to Republican Governors Association, a huge donor to Walker.

Op Ed: Wisconsin’s “Fall From Grace”
Op Ed

Wisconsin’s “Fall From Grace”

Insider article by Judge Lynn Adelman reveals how key decision transformed state.

Court Watch: Trump Nominee Has Unjudicial Views
Court Watch

Trump Nominee Has Unjudicial Views

Wisconsin judge nominee Gordon Giampietro dams birth control, gay marriage, public schools.

Harassment Plagues Low-Wage Workers

Harassment Plagues Low-Wage Workers

Many women feel powerless to report it, fear loss of job.

City Hall: Mayor Allows Interim Health Leader
City Hall

Mayor Allows Interim Health Leader

Returns file to the council unsigned, opens door to approval of McManus.

Dining: Who’s Got the Best Pho?
Dining

Who’s Got the Best Pho?

Three Silver City restaurants are offering $5 bowls of Pho. We gave them a taste test.

Biking: La Crosse a Leader in Biking, Walking
Biking

La Crosse a Leader in Biking, Walking

Percent of residents biking or walking to work more than double state average.

Murphy’s Law: The Mystery of Flynn Vs. Regan
Murphy’s Law

The Mystery of Flynn Vs. Regan

Is the police chief or Fire & Police boss guilty of official misconduct?

Movies: The Western That Wanted Oscars
Movies

The Western That Wanted Oscars

‘Hostiles” was touted as “best western since ‘Unforgiven.’” Dead wrong.

The Rise of Reckless Driving

The Rise of Reckless Driving

Vehicles speeding, running red lights causing more deaths, hit-and-run accidents.

Campaign Cash: New Laws Could Decide High Court Race
Campaign Cash

New Laws Could Decide High Court Race

2015 law allows unlimited spending, Screnock already taking advantage of this.

Op Ed: Why County Needs New Fees
Op Ed

Why County Needs New Fees

Revenue shortfall can only be made up with a higher wheel tax, parking fees or bus fares.

City Hall: Will Mayor Confirm Health Commissioner?
City Hall

Will Mayor Confirm Health Commissioner?

Newly-appointed Patricia McManus still needs confirmation.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Real Estate VP Buys Countertop Company
Eyes on Milwaukee

Real Estate VP Buys Countertop Company

Former Mandel exec will own and run Keystone Marble & Granite in Riverwest.

Data Wonk: GOP Abandoning The Free Market
Data Wonk

GOP Abandoning The Free Market

Wisconsin instead picks winners and losers. How is that working?

Now Serving: The Return of Von Trier
Now Serving

The Return of Von Trier

Plus: More Poke for East Side, more pies for Bay View, more beer for Tosa.

Op Ed: The Senate’s Saturday Night Massacre
Op Ed

The Senate’s Saturday Night Massacre

Its attempt to fire the bipartisan head of state Elections Commission is clearly illegal.

Classical: Flanders Recorder Quartet’s Farewell Concert
Classical

Flanders Recorder Quartet’s Farewell Concert

After 30 years of international acclaim, they perform in Milwaukee for last time.

Wisconsin Budget: State’s Rainy Day Fund Is Tiny
Wisconsin Budget

State’s Rainy Day Fund Is Tiny

No contributions to it since 2013, only enough to fund six days of operations.

Campaign Cash: Republican Party is Screnock’s Top Donor
Campaign Cash

Republican Party is Screnock’s Top Donor

Dallet and Burns have no donations from two parties in state Supreme Court race.

Finalists for Police Chief Meet the Public

Finalists for Police Chief Meet the Public

Many questions asked, but not the right ones, some attendees complain.

Eyes on Milwaukee: HUD Awards $240,000 to Local Group
Eyes on Milwaukee

HUD Awards $240,000 to Local Group

SET Ministry, the state's only grant winner, works with public housing residents.