Chris Larson and Chris Abele are the heavy-hitters in a race that includes Steve Hogan and Pirate Party candidate Joseph Thomas Klein, who unsuccessfully campaigned twice to represent the 19th Assembly District. After a Feb. 16 primary, Larson and Abele are likely to square off in a runoff election on April 5.
Profiles of Larson and Abele …
Pete Rose may never be enshrined in Cooperstown, New York, but Major League Baseball’s all-time hits leader has a terrific shot at having a hall of fame induction ceremony in Milwaukee.
Instead of joining the likes of Babe Ruth, Willie Mays, Robin Yount and Paul Molitor in the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, Charlie Hustle may one day share wall space with Fred Flintstone, Mahatma Gandhi, Bart Starr, Jesus Christ and Homer Simpson.
The U.S. Justice Department's Community Oriented Policing Services this week announced the start of the "collaborative reform initiative" with the Milwaukee Police Department.
The Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design was a pioneer in transforming the Third Ward from an area of urban decline into one of the city’s trendiest, most vibrant neighborhoods.
Police arrested six demonstrators on Nov. 19 during downtown Milwaukee’s annual Christmas tree lighting at Red Arrow Park.
Democrats and Republicans in Madison seldom agree on anything, but one proposal in 2015 drew cheers and jeers from both sides of the aisle: a massive new arena for the Milwaukee Bucks and an adjacent “entertainment complex” filled with bars and a public courtyard where drinkers can congregate. The three billionaire Bucks owners from outside the state who drew up the proposal had more than an admirable charm offensive, which was filled with promises of unimaginable riches for one of the nation’s poorest cities. They had the assistance of the NBA, which threatened to move the team to another city unless the project won approval.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has cited the Mobile Zoo again for a series of new infractions.
The latest inspections at the Alabama zoo by the USDA found numerous infractions including food spoilage that led to maggot infestation, nails jutting out of structures and lack of employees.
A police officer who fatally shot a man in a downtown Milwaukee park will receive duty disability pay.