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Recent Feature Stories
Till the Well Runs Dry
High-capacity wells are pumping billions of gallons of groundwater onto farm fields, and draining lakes and streams dry. Is Wisconsin’s greatest resource being sacrificed by short-sighted politics?
Downtown Horizons
Plans are on the drawing board that could radically reshape Downtown Milwaukee. Will we make the quantum leap or blow the chance to go big and bold?
A Natural Order
As its general manager for 27 years, Pam Mehnert has helped grow Outpost Natural Foods into one of the country’s five largest retail food co-ops. She believes in the sustainable food movement, and she practices what she preaches.
High Impact
As more and more coaches bench young athletes who suffer concussions, Wisconsin researchers find ways to treat sports-related head injuries and prevent permanent damage.
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Till the Well Runs Dry
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Wednesday: And the drought goes on
Under the Magnifying Glass
Downtown Horizons
Four-Course Plate Collective Dinner at Hinterland
Mislabeled seafood, Amelia Earhart, the Ebola quarantine and more.
From swimming horses to a visit from the President.
For the Burke campaign, the national spotlight can be both harsh and helpful.
Bucks to move offices, Halloween costume ideas and more.
Mike Gousha interviews Walker and Burke as election day grows near.

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