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The Aftermath
The dust is still settling from the contentious 2011 battle over Act 10. And both sides are looking for ways to work together, despite lingering feelings of uncertainty and mistrust.  
Feature Story  | Erik Gunn  | 7/28/2014
Shelter from the Storm
As thousands of children flee Central America for asylum in the U.S., Catholic Charities is preparing temporary housing for hundreds in Milwaukee.  
Web Feature  | Dan Shafer  | 7/24/2014
Ready for Their Closeup
Dogs take over the Wisconsin Center.  
Games  | Matt Hrodey  | 2/14/2014
Natural Selection
As the head of the Department of Natural Resources, Cathy Stepp is gung ho on building bridges to businesses and boosting customer service to sportsmen. But after a string of political blunders, many fear the agency is drifting too far from its fundamental mission.  
Feature Story  | Maggie Ginsberg-Schutz  | 1/3/2014
Top Bishop Sports Some Rockin' Kicks
Cue the analysis of a religious figure wearing bright red shoes.  
The Daily Mil  | Matt Hrodey  | 10/29/2013
Adventures in Cat Land
And other multiplayer experiments.  
Games  | Matt Hrodey  | 9/17/2013
No End in Sight
The dispute between WTMJ-4 and Time Warner Cable drags on and on.  
Palmer's Perspective  | Jim Palmer  | 9/11/2013
Cutting Off Your Nose To Spite Your Face
WTMJ-4 has the most to lose in their dispute with Time Warner Cable.  
Palmer's Perspective  | Jim Palmer  | 8/7/2013
On the Marquee for the Week of August 5
The local film scene is on hiatus this week, but you've still got options.  
Moviegoers  | Mack Bates  | 8/5/2013
The PR Pope
Don't underestimate what he said aboard a jet plane.  
Web Feature  | Matt Hrodey  | 7/31/2013