People

  • NEWaukeean of the Week

    Topher Witt

    Topher Witt. Photo courtesy of NEWaukee.

    "There is so much beauty in Milwaukee."

  • NEWaukeean of the Week

    Meghan Chomeau

    Meghan Chomeau. Photo courtesy of NEWaukee.

    "I love being able to enjoy everything the city has to offer, from cheese curds to Summerfest."

  • NEWaukeean of the Week

    Tom Gabert

    Tom Gabert. Photo courtesy of NEWaukee.

    "I love the pride and drive in the people of Milwaukee."

  • NEWaukeean of the Week

    Katie Kassel

    Katie Kassel. Photo courtesy of NEWaukee.

    "I see Milwaukee really booming in the next five years."

  • NEWaukeean of the Week

    Andrew Capelle

    Andrew Capelle. Photo courtesy of NEWaukee.

    "I think the completion of the streetcar will be a game changer for the city."

  • NEWaukeean of the Week

    Jim Young

    Jim Young. Photo courtesy of NEWaukee.

    "The city has changed so much in the last 15 years."

  • NEWaukeean of the Week

    Mila Merchan

    Mila Merchan. Photo courtesy of NEWaukee.

    "Milwaukee has become home and there really is no place I’d rather be."

  • NEWaukeean of the Week

    Brittany Korth

    Brittany Korth. Photo courtesy of NEWaukee.

    "The culture and excitement of Milwaukee, along with the friendliness of Milwaukeeans, are second to none."

  • Legislative Committee Approves Highway Funding

    I-94 Construction.

    “The roads in Illinois are much better,” Republican Sen Alberta Darling charges.

  • NEWaukeean of the Week

    John Bauhs

    John Bauhs. Photo courtesy of NEWaukee.

    "I think that the new Bucks Arena will be a game changer for the city in 2018."

  • NEWaukeean of the Week

    Jessi Young

    Jessi Young. Photo courtesy of NEWaukee.

    "My biggest hope for Milwaukee is for less segregation and more equality."

  • State Awards $2.4 Million For Opioid Treatment

    Pills by Tom Varco (Own work) [CC BY-SA 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons.

    Grants were given to select counties and tribes to improve access to treatment.