Author Kristy Athens speaks with Lake Effect's Mitch Teich.
Many people who live in the city or suburbs have had the somewhat romantic notion of giving up the rat race and buying a place in the country... maybe getting some chickens, growing some of your own food. It's tempting, especially after you've sat in rush hour traffic for a while.
Rick White and JoAnn Anton speak with Lake Effect's Mitch Teich.
The Rotary Club of Milwaukee is celebrating its centennial anniversary this month. The local branch of the service organization was founded just eight years after the international organization was begun, making it one of the longest operating chapters in the world.
Listen to Mitch Teich's interview with Elaine Pagels, recorded on stage at MPL's Centennial Hall.
A massive tornado sweeps through an Oklahoma suburb. A bomb causes mayhem at the Boston Marathon. A gunman kills children at an elementary school, while another kills worshippers at a Sikh temple. They’re all tragedies. For some adherents to the bible’s New Testament, they are indications of a world moving in an apocalyptic direction.
GOP lawmakers and Gov. Walker don't yet see eye-to-eye on expanding Wisconsin's school Choice or voucher program and creating a charter school board, so the Legislature's budget committee has delayed action on the items.
While the U.S. debates the use of drones for military purposes, a bipartisan group of Wisconsin legislators is proposing rules for civilian and police use here. A committee is gathering public input Wednesday.