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Rev. Willie Brisco
As a religious activist, the Rev. Willie Brisco doesn’t hold back. Bluntness is his battle-ax against racism and poverty.  
Point of View  | Barbara Miner  | 7/29/2014
The Bus To Nowhere
Will we ever get a dedicated funding source for (gasp!) public transit?  
Insider  | Larry Sandler  | 7/28/2014
Getting Home Safely from Summerfest
A slew of options will keep you from harm's way, including two newcomers.  
The Daily Mil  | Greta Weber  | 6/25/2014
On a Mission
Meg Kissinger’s reporting on mental health is rooted in her personal connection to the subject – and years of investigation.  
Pressroom Buzz  | Erik Gunn  | 12/23/2013
Morning Links for April 19, 2013
"Smug and arrogant liars," an informational picket and the manhunt in Boston.  
The Daily Mil  | Matt Hrodey  | 4/19/2013
Foreclosure Mediators Needed as Program Blossoms
New state funding means more intervention as the state's foreclosure crisis begins to ease.  
The Daily Mil  | Matt Hrodey  | 4/11/2013
Search Results Are Like Neighborhoods
And other conclusions from a spat between injury lawyers.  
The Daily Mil  | Matt Hrodey  | 2/21/2013
Black in Action
Sue Black will be the next president and CEO of the Milwaukee Wave.  
The Daily Mil  | Logan Macomber  | 2/6/2013
Free Agent
Unexpectedly fired with no public explanation, former Milwaukee County Parks Director Sue Black is charting a new course for the future. But will her plan include Milwaukee?  
Feature Story  | Cristina Daglas  | 12/17/2012
Black to the Future
Just three days before she was fired, Sue Black shared some of her goals for the future.  
The Daily Mil  | Abby Callard  | 8/17/2012