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Analyst: Iowa GOP Audience Hears a More Conservative,...01/26/15
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker met potential supporters in Iowa over the weekend, where he participated in a couple high-profile political events.
Kenosha Left to Pick Up The Pieces in Wake of Casino Decision
Gov. Scott Walker sent shock waves through Kenosha late last week when he rejected a proposed $800 million tribal casino at Dairyland Greyhound Park.
A Sign of Commercial Revitalization in Walnut Way Neighborhood
A vacant lot at 16th & North Ave overflowed with people Thursday for a symbolic ground breaking signaling birth of The Innovations and Wellness...
After 23 Years Leading Major League Baseball, Bud Selig Bids the Game...
Even if you’re not an avid watcher of baseball, you probably know about Bud Selig.
Analysts Assess Walker's Abilities in Advance of Iowa Gathering
Gov. Scott Walker seems to be wading in deeper toward a possible bid for the White House in 2016.
Milwaukee Lawmakers Approve Streetcar But Procedural Move Delays Final...
The Milwaukee Common Council on Wednesday voted in favor of building downtown streetcar line.
Milwaukee Leaders At Odds Over Proposed Streetcar Project
UPDATE: Milwaukee Common Council votes to delay final vote on streetcar proposal until February 10, to allow a petition drive to continue.
Right-to-Work Momentum Appears to Be Slowing in Wisconsin
Right-to-work laws ban mandatory union dues in the private sector workplace.
Milwaukee County Court Succeeds in Helping Vets Overcome Addiction
As abuse of drugs and alcohol by veterans increases around the country, Milwaukee leaders are trying to tackle the issue using the court system.
West African Brings Her Native Food to Milwaukee
A scholarship brought Cameroon native Yollande Tchouapi Deacon here in 2001. Her business, Afro Fusion Cuisine, grew out of her desire to recreated the...
Some Milwaukeeans Believe New Civil Rights Movement is Underway as MLK...
On this Monday, the U.S. honors civil rights leader Martin Luther King Junior.
Respected Writer and Naturalist on the Wisconsin River Remembered
Jean Clausen spent many years living on the Wisconsin River and working to protect habitat, especially for bald eagles.
Bill That Would Allow Justices to Select Chief Headed to Full Assembly
A bill that would change the way the Wisconsin Supreme Court selects its chief justice advanced another step on Thursday.
Dozens Turn Out For Hearing on Wisconsin School Accountability Bill
An overflow crowd spilled into a hallway Wednesday at the state capitol.
Milwaukee Democratic Legislator Cites Omissions in Walker's State of...
Rep. LaTonya Johnson wished Gov. Walker had mentioned challenges the state faces - gun violence, black male unemployment and expensive health care.
Gov. Walker Delivers Upbeat State of the State Address
Governor Walker on Tuesday night delivered his State of the State Address.
Governor Walker Tasked with Playing to Local and National Audience...
At seven o’clock pm Tuesday, Gov. Walker will deliver his fifth State of the State Address.
Wisconsin Cartoonist Reacts to Paris Terror Attacks
Phil Hands shared a profession and passion with those who lost their lives in Paris. He’s the editorial cartoonist for the Wisconsin State Journal, and...
Milwaukee Law Makers Look to Lower Marijuana Fines
States across the country have been easing marijuana laws.
Wisconsin Not Alone in Quest For School Accountability
Wisconsin seems to be on a fast track to hold students accountable for educating students.
- Milwaukee, WI