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Milwaukee Medical Director Answers Questions about Ebola10/20/14
Dr. Geoffrey Swain says, for the most part, people here are worrying needlessly.
What You Should Know About Early Voting in Wisconsin
Early voting begins Monday in Wisconsin. Voters can cast absentee ballots in city clerks’ offices across the state, this week and next.
County Worker Contributions One Key to Abele's Budget
Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele's proposed 2015 budget holds the line on taxes, but at a cost for some employees.
Life Begins to Sprout in Milwaukee's Century City
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.
Milwaukee Area Groups Work Together to Stop Spread of Ebola
More than 130 passengers who flew on a Frontier Airlines flight between Dallas and Cleveland must watch for signs of Ebola.
Mid-October Marquette Poll: Still Unable to Predict Who Might Win...
Less than three weeks before Election Day, Gov. Walker and Dem. Mary Burke are tied among likely voters, so are the candidates for attorney general.
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.
Walker and Burke Differ Over Accepting Federal Medicaid Money
Voters will have a say in November on whether the state should accept federal dollars for Badger Care.
Wisconsin Wolf Expert Weighs In On Hunt
Wisconsin's third annual wolf hunt begins Wednesday.
Wisconsin Voters Will Make Decision About Transportation Funding
A referendum on November's ballot will let voters decide whether to require Wisconsin to spend all transportation revenue on transportation projects.
Milwaukee Hospitals Preparing in Case Ebola Surfaces Here
If you visit an emergency room in the Milwaukee area, the staff may ask you whether you’ve recently traveled to West Africa.
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.
In First Debate, Candidates for Attorney General Highlight Different...
Voters had a chance Sunday afternoon to spend an hour with the candidates for attorney general.
Expect Walker, Burke to Project Confidence and Tout Experience During...
Friday night's debate will mark the first time the two candidates for governor have appeared face-to-face.
Politics Tinge Wisconsin AG Race and Job
Attorney General candidates Susan Happ (D) and Brad Schimel (R) may reveal plans for the Justice Dept. and political leanings, during their debate...
Local Leaders Plan for Ebola, but Caution People Not to Panic
The U.S. is starting to screen certain passengers at five International airports, including at O’Hare in Chicago.
Lessons Learned From Bradley Center's Construction
Milwaukee's downtown was growing when the Bradley Center was built.
Plenty of Ideas on How to Handle Wisconsin's Transportation Budget...
Wisconsin may have to plug a $700 million shortfall in its next transportation budget.
Milwaukee Lauches Social Media Push on Voter ID
The City of Milwaukee is using a popular social media tactic to help prepare voters for the upcoming election - a challenge.
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.
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