A crowded and diverse field lines up to replace Barrett, but no one is sure how long U.S. Senate politics will keep their campaigns waiting.
The Bucks’ NBA victory produced some $3 million in tax revenue – but without a municipal sales tax, none of that went to the city.
After a chaotic first year for Milwaukee’s city attorney, former staffers describe a reign of fear, sexism and potential ethical violations.
Council President Johnson would take over – until a special election that’s likely to be intensely competitive
Food service concessions and popular attractions like the zoo’s zip line are cutting hours or temporarily closing for lack of employees
While the beach remains closed for this summer, county officials ponder whether a proposed warning system could lead to a safer future.
These nonpartisan elections are now becoming battlegrounds worth investing in for Republicans and Democrats alike.
Racial inequity heightens the risk of current shifts at McKinley Beach, but Port Washington’s high-tech warning system offers a possible solution.
The long-delayed lakefront skyscraper is poised to rise above eight years of legal wrangling and investor skepticism – with a lot of government help.
Civilian community service officers could play a larger role in a smaller MPD.