News & Views
Apr 9th, 2012 by Candace Romano
Opposition to the reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act, introduced by Milwaukee Congresswoman Gwen Moore, has some shaking their heads.
DurstApr 4th, 2012 by Will Durst
The nation waits on surgical pins and sealing wax needles for the Supreme Court's decision on the health care law.
HorneMar 28th, 2012 by Michael Horne
Proposed changes to the city of Milwaukee's Historic Preservation Ordinance brought a standing-room only crowd to discuss the matter at City Hall.
DurstMar 28th, 2012 by Will Durst
Romney staffers called him the Etch-A-Sketch candidate. But the toy works via magnetism, a concept that eludes the former Governor, says Will Durst.
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.
Mar 26th, 2012 by Candace Romano
With the U.S. Supreme Court taking up the health care law this week, TCD talks with Marquette University constitutional law expert J. Gordon Hylton.
Winners & LosersMar 23rd, 2012 by Dan Shafer
Bob Uecker gets a Miller Park statue, Justice David Prosser fights ethics charges, redistricting is challenged and more in this week's Winners & Losers.
Election 2012Mar 22nd, 2012 by Patti Wenzel
Senate candidate and State Assembly Speaker Jeff Fitzgerald discussed Obamacare, collective bargaining, and Paul Ryan's budget plan at the Milwaukee Press Club.
Mar 22nd, 2012 by Michael Horne
A hearing is set to discuss the proposed plan to turn a home next to Walgreens on Brady into a new parking lot. Plus, more real estate news from Michael Horne.
DurstMar 21st, 2012 by Will Durst
In the wake of Greg Smith's New York Times op-ed, Will Durst says we're all Muppets to the Mitt Romneys and Koch Brothers of the world.
Mar 20th, 2012 by Patti Wenzel
Mark Neumann brought a pig to the Milwaukee Press Club, and said he is the "one true conservative" of the Republicans running for U.S. Senate.
Mar 19th, 2012 by Candace Romano
U.S. Rep. Tom Petri proposes the Making Work and Marriage Pay Act as a possible way to help low-income individuals.