Bald eagles are the very symbol of solitude.
Memorials to mass shootings may be built out of stone, scholarships or change.
MilMag Interview: South Side banker Joaquín Altoro is trying to crack affordable housing issues from atop a state agency.
Sweaters, lakes and thermodynamics
The Strauss Brands deal for Century City may have been perfect on paper, but opponents of the 250-job meatpacking facility eagerly filled a vacuum of information.
A new park and a space for public events – along with housing and offices – aim to turn around a stretch of Milwaukee River frontage.
Instead of letting Milwaukee County boost its sales tax, lawmakers will debate how to pay for local government and pensions
The once-bustling Northridge Mall supposedly died in 2003, but it’s still on a ventilator 17 years later. Milwaukee wants to unplug it.
This heinous crime isn’t a felony … yet.
To secure another term, Tom Barrett will have to defeat two challengers. But Old Man Winter might be his most unpredictable threat.