Life Begins to Sprout in Milwaukee's Century City10/17/14
The former home of A.O Smith, on the city’s north side, stood vacant for years. Now, new construction is helping revitalize the former manufacturing hub.
Zoo Interchange Reconstruction Triggers More Closures, Some Openings
Motorists who travel through the state's busiest freeway exchange will see more changes in the Zoo Interchange.
Wisconsin Wolf Expert Weighs In On Hunt
Wisconsin's third annual wolf hunt begins Wednesday.
Habitat Restoration Afoot in Milwaukee Inner Harbor
Milwaukee's Inner Harbor was once home to 10,000 acres of wetland. Today, just a minuscule remnant remains and it is slated for restoration.
We Energies Revises Rate Change Proposal, Gives Solar Producers More...
If the proposal is approved, all customers will still see a jump in the fixed charge on their electric bills. It would increase from $9 a month to $16.
Movie Crafted by Mequon Teen Featured at Milwaukee Film Festival
16-year-old Megan Sai Dogra's short film, Assist Bhopal, took root last year at the start of her freshman year of high school.
We Energies Proposal to Increase Renewable Rates Heads to Madison for...
Before the public has its say about the utility's request to raise electric rates, especially for people who power with solar panels, We Energies faces...
Report Dissects Menomonee Valley Success & Identifies Ways to Replicate
The turnaround in Milwaukee’s Menomonee Valley has been hailed by many as an example of what’s possible for once-blighted areas.
Menomonee Valley Revitalization: Neighbors Share Views on 15 Year...
A blend of public/private partnerships have transformed a bleak, blighted Menomonee Valley. Monday, the Public Policy Forum released a report detailing...
Visions of A Revitalized Milwaukee Inner Harbor
Restoring Milwaukee's inner harbor, both environmentally and economically, is a top priority in the city's ReFreshMKE sustainability plan. A handful of...
Local Advocates Join Marchers in New York Before UN Climate Summit
Up to a half-million people concerned about climate change will converge on New York City Sunday. A few busloads are motoring in from Milwaukee.
UWM's School of Freshwater Sciences Celebrates Its Expansion
The school has evolved since its inception in 1966. Today it is positioning itself as a crucial part of Milwaukee's global water center.
Gardening Tips For Fall in Wisconsin
The weather has made a statement - summer is behind us.
US Forest Service Connects With Milwaukee Youth
Students and most colleges and universities around the state are back in class at this point. For a group of students that spent the summer in...
Urban Ecology Center Study: The Value of Connecting Kids to the Natural...
Most kids are back in school by now; that means their outdoor play time is dramatically reduced. That assumes, of course, that children actually spend...
Views Collide on Future of Estabrook Dam
People packed the Nicolet High School cafeteria Wednesday evening to consider three Estabrook Dam alternative plans - repair, remove or a hybrid.
Milwaukee Common Council Takes Up We Energies' Proposed Solar Fee
The utility wants to add a surcharge for people who use solar. Alderman Tony Zielinski introduced a resolution to oppose the move Wednesday.
UW-Milwaukee Experiments with "Greener" Grass
People are accustomed to seeing UW-Milwaukee's 23 acres of lawn lush and weed-free. This year, UWM eliminated any use of chemicals on its Kentucky...
Will Cash Infusion Revitalize Polluted South Shore Beach?
MillerCoors presented Milwaukee County with $500,000 to help revitalize Bay View's South Shore Beach on Wednesday.
Advocates Hope to Build Support for Access to Local, Healthy Food
With the tag line of “Wisconsin’s Right To Real Food”, leaders will speak tonight at Turner Hall.
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