MilMag Interview: South Side banker Joaquín Altoro is trying to crack affordable housing issues from atop a state agency.
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.
Whether you’re looking to move or for a new area to explore, these under-the-radar gems have a lot to offer.
Candles with calming winter scents like balsam and cloves transport the senses all season long.
A fetal surgery can strengthen the blood bond between twins, and save their lives.
Winter in Wisconsin doesn’t mean the end of the line for anglers.
recent survey by the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine found that only about half of the state’s high school coaches have received CPR training, an important figure considering another of the survey’s findings: Those very coaches serve as primary responders in about 78 percent of player “collapses.” In cases of sudden cardiac arrest, each minute spent waiting for CPR reduces the likelihood of survival by about 10 percent, according to Matthew Harer, a pediatrics fellow at the University of Virginia and one of the study’s authors. The survey found that in most sports, only a minority of schools staff…
How a Milwaukee woman became one of Hitler’s Most Wanted.