When it comes to Supreme Court rulings, this has been a historic week. One day after the country’s highest court struck down parts of the Voting Rights Act, it leveled the Defense of Marriage Act.
This coming Sunday will formally mark a huge wave of teacher and staff retirements in Milwaukee Public Schools.
Gov. Walker issued the declaration after touring flooded areas on Wednesday.
Benjamin Sebena could spend the rest of his life behind bars, for fatally shooting his wife.
Eating outside often feels more casual than sitting in a restaurant, or like you're partaking at a fancy barbeque.
For such an unassuming culinary city, Milwaukee is gaining steam in the trendy restaurant scene - thanks to its chefs.
Scotland Yard’s murder squad is on a new case in Alex Grecian's latest novel.
Some Milwaukeeans are trying to eke out a living collecting and selling scrap metal.
Wisconsin has had a June full of flash floods and mudslides. How concerned should we be?
Hunters will be able to harvest 275 wolves when Wisconsin’s second season begins on October 15. That’s a 37 percent increase over last year.