Milwaukee’s medical examiner this week is investigating another suspected co-sleeping death, though officials want more attention paid to a bigger problem in the city - premature births.
About 500 people are expected to attend a rally Wednesday night in Kenosha, to support the construction of a tribal casino.
The host is Republican state Rep. Samantha Kerkman. Not only is she planning a rally, she’s also promoting a new website.
Hard Rock International launched the site a few weeks ago. Hard Rock is partnering with the Menominee Nation, in proposing the $800 million dollar gambling and entertainment complex.
The new web site invites people interested in working at a Kenosha casino to note their interest.
Over the past week, Lake Effect has offered some suggestions for people who are wishing for books or for games this holiday season.
The most recent data put the unemployment rate at 5.4 percent - with job creation numbers in Wisconsin remaining below the national rate.
Northwestern Mutual hopes to purchase the O’Donnell parking garage and the public park space on top of it from Milwaukee County.
According to the state audit, the DWD failed to answer 1.7 million calls about unemployment and overpaid nearly $168M in benefits.
Greenhouse gas emitted from coal-burning plants come under fire in U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's proposed Clean Power Plan.
It took a lot of work, but Milwaukeean Chris Conrad is finally in the record books. Or, at least his car is.
Milwaukee officials say some homeowners are facing a new form of redlining - the practice by insurance companies of charging more to people in low-income areas, or denying coverage.
The council put off a decision on a downtown streetcar line, at least until the next meeting, to take more time to vet the refined plan.