One of the benefits of UW-Milwaukee having the only school of freshwater sciences in the United States is the great expertise that exists in the school.
This edition of UWM Today focuses on one of the signature programs within the school - the developing field of aquaculture and aquaponics and doing so in an urban environment.
Under the plan county leaders and Northwestern Mutual have discussed, the company would pay $12.7 million for the lakefront garage.
Planners want to funnel storm water into basements of razed houses. The spaces would be filled in, yet hold water, when the sewer system is overrun.
Thanks to a partnership with UWM's School of Freshwater Sciences, bears, seals and other animals at the Milwaukee County Zoo can now go fishing and feast on their catch.
Milwaukee's Ex Fabula is most well known for their StorySlams, but their community outreach goes far beyond their monthly events.
A couple Republican candidates in Wisconsin plan to boycott a debate – because the sponsor is the League of Women Voters.
New figures show Gov. Scott Walker's campaign raised twice as much as Mary Burke's, during the first half of 2014.
Back in 2010, a coffee shop opened near the corner of Brady Street and Humboldt Avenue, a shop that remains unique even amid the city’s blossoming coffee scene.
When you’re a kid, what happens on the playground, stays on the playground. Unless, of course, what happens on the playground is an injury. And that’s when parents often get involved.
Joseph Huber stopped by WUWM@Nite to chat with Trapper Schoepp about the release of his new album, The Hanging Road.
Huber was a member of Milwaukee’s acclaimed .357 String Band until the group parted ways in 2011.
Huber, also an accomplished woodworker, discusses his album’s production, the songwriting process and his recent European tour.