Jan 18th, 2022 by Danielle Kaeding
State PSC okays WE Energies pollution controls; plan criticized for investing more in fossil fuels.
Mar 16th, 2021 by Graham Kilmer
More than 7,000 solar panels produce enough energy to power 500 homes.
Jan 21st, 2020 by Terry Falk
Puerto Rican Wisconsinites having trouble making contact with friends and relatives.
Mar 9th, 2013 by Emily Carl
Jungle Jack Hanna, of TV fame, brought his live show to Milwaukee.
Innovation H2OOct 2nd, 2012 by Holly Nearman
The Milwaukee Water Council is making a name for itself on the international stage, and is holding its sixth annual summit next week at the Pfister Hotel.
Aug 20th, 2012 by Carly Rubach
The Victory Garden Initiative and Great Lakes Distillery combine their love for community gardening for the "Amerique 1912" release event on Saturday, Aug. 25.
Mar 27th, 2012 by Holly Nearman
A documentary produced by three Racine high school students and the three-mile Walk for Water highlighted Milwaukee's inaugural celebration of World Water Day.
This Week in HistoryMar 12th, 2012 by Holly Nearman
With overwhelming bipartisan support, the Wisconsin state senate passed the Mining Moratorium Bill in 1997, later signed into law by Gov. Tommy Thompson.
Aug 29th, 2011 by Patti Wenzel
The junior senator addressed the Milwaukee Metropolitan Association of Commerce last week to talk about the key issues in the 2012 presidential race.
May 23rd, 2011 by Adrian Rojas
Milwaukee inventor comes up with a new way to drink your coffee, pay for it and save the environment too.
PODCASTMay 19th, 2011 by Mark Metcalf
Want to save the planet? Environmental stewardship begins with you. Ken Leinbach of the Urban Ecology Center talks about how simple behaviors can have a huge impact.
May 19th, 2011 by James P. Larson
With Milwaukee Fix, Walker's Point welcomes one of the city's first "green" buildings, utilizing sustainable, eco-friendly practices from start to finish.