Choreographer Steven Koplowitz takes over two iconic Milwaukee locations to explore water through dance.
Due to federal budget cuts under sequestration, the Experimental Aircraft Association will have to pay for 87 air traffic controllers during this summer's AirVenture Fly-In.
Ordinarily, the FAA has paid the tab, about $450,000. However, it informed the EAA that the money cannot be spared this year.
The association will pay, but under protest. Otherwise, organizers say they would have been forced to cancel the event.
The Fly-In is the largest annual gathering of aviation enthusiasts, and makes Oshkosh the busiest airport for its seven-day run.
All week we’ve been airing a special series, Project Milwaukee: Power Switch, which has been exploring the promise and reality of green energy in Wisconsin.
Motorists will be forced off the experssway tonight in both directions near Rawson Ave. due to a complex construction undertaking.
Just days after naming UW-Platteville student Josh Inglett to the Board of Regents, the Walker administration has rescinded the appointment.
The Wisconsin Assembly took action yesterday on separate pieces of legislation regarding women's abortion rights.
Homeowners have asked how they can reduce their carbon footprint. So we visited a few people who’ve taken a deep give into green living, and they shared their experiences.
A few years back, some people in Wisconsin banked big time on corn.
Green building is picking up energy.
A new poll shows decreasing confidence in the state of Wisconsin's economy.