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Inside the Debate on the O’Donnell Park Sale
The County Board will vote on the future of O’Donnell Park on Thursday amid opposition to the sale. Northwestern Mutual says use of park plaza is its prime focus. Parking “is not a driving factor” and the company could build another parking garage elsewhere on its property.  
Web Feature  | Dan Shafer  | 12/17/2014
Quick Bucks: Knight and Day
He's a different player, but will the Bucks be able to afford him?  
Sports Nut  | Eric Nehm  | 12/4/2014
Friday: A thumb to be thankful for.
Put aside your Thanksgiving leftovers for a moment to enjoy today's roundup of all things Brewers.  
Frosty Mug  | Kyle Lobner  | 11/28/2014
Tammy Baldwin's Long Game
What has the Madison progressive made of becoming the country's first openly gay senator?  
Feature Story  | Matt Hrodey  | 11/26/2014
Quick Bucks: Kidd's Novel Approach, Minute by Minute
It's not quite youth sports, but so far, everybody plays.  
Sports Nut  | Eric Nehm  | 11/20/2014
Brown Bottle Gets Ready to Pop its Top
The historic Schlitz “Tavern and Eating Hall” re-opens its doors Nov. 17.  
The Daily Mil  | Tim McCormick  | 11/12/2014
Ricardo Diaz
Hispanic leader Ricardo Diaz, once a vocal critic of the Old Guard, is now part of it. His voice may be softer, but his passion can’t be quelled.  
Point of View  | Rich Rovito  | 11/6/2014
Thursday: Staying out of trouble
We're discussing the good and bad news for Ryan Braun in today's roundup of all things Brewers.  
Frosty Mug  | Kyle Lobner  | 11/6/2014
A Bucks Crystal Ball
Just how optimistic should fans be about this new Milwaukee Bucks era?  
Sports Nut  | Howie Magner  | 10/29/2014
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?  
Feature Story  | Erik Ness  | 10/29/2014