In light of the death of dogged Milwaukee PI Ira Robins, a look back at a 2003 MilMag profile of him.
Here’s how Milwaukee is trying to find the right balance between myriad competing interests.
The doctor will see you from just about anywhere – and three other ideas from young area companies
The deep Wisconsin roots of the redistricting battle that could redraw political maps across the country
High school girls put their coding and programming skills to use in a week-long MATC program
In a fast-moving job market, tech schools are playing a new role, helping to bridge the skills gap.
Ashanti Hamilton rose to power in a city hungry for political leadership. Will he rise to the challenge?
Waukesha is close to accomplishing what once seemed nigh-on impossible: diverting water from mighty Lake Michigan. Getting this far wasn’t easy.
Big farms keep getting bigger. Midsized farms keep disappearing. In the shadow of these seismic changes in the rural Wisconsin landscape, tiny farms have proliferated, fed by consumer demand for local eats and healthy choices. A look at what’s driving the supersizing, and microsizing, and what it means for the rest of us.
Why lithium-enhanced water sounds mighty enticing.