12:00 am
Fri March 22, 2013

Select Stakeholders Invited to DNR Wolf Management Round Table

DNR is beginning to come up with wolf management plan.
Credit P McConnell

Wisconsin recently concluded its first wolf hunt, on the heels of the animal’s removal from the list of endangered species.

The DNR is in the process of creating permanent rules for the hunt, and setting quotas for this year’s harvest.

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Politics & Government
4:08 pm
Thu March 21, 2013

Political Shift in West Bend as Tea Party Ideology Gains Influence

West Bend has offered an incentive package to a concealed carry trade group to move into this former museum building downtown.

West Bend has long been a conservative stronghold in southeastern Wisconsin. The city seems to have taken a few steps further to the right in recent years, as conservative and Tea Party ideology has made its presence felt.

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Economy & Business
3:20 pm
Wed March 20, 2013

New Office Building Planned for Former Pabst Brewery Site

Rendering of the Pabst Business Center

A developer announced plans on Wednesday for a new five-story building to be constructed in the "The Brewery " neighborhood. The Brewery - a mixed-use development - is located on the northern edge of downtown Milwaukee, on the grounds of the former Pabst Brewery.

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11:45 am
Wed March 20, 2013

Wisconsin's Last Flash Point Over Tribal Spear Fishing

Chippewa tribes in northern Wisconsin have announced plans to spear 59,399 walleyes in off-reservation lakes this season.
Credit Wolfgang Hoffmann

Tribal leaders in Wisconsin have been unhappy with state leaders for relaxing mining standards and approving a wolf hunt. Now tensions have emerged over spear fishing.

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12:00 am
Wed March 20, 2013

Milwaukee Loses Out on Bloomberg Funds, But Project Will Continue

Stakeholders of Milwaukee HOME GR/OWN plan to forge ahead despite Bloomberg challenge results.
Credit Susan Bence

Last week, the hopes of many in southeastern Wisconsin were dashed when the results of the Bloomberg challenge were announced.

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