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Economy & Business
1:00 am
Tue April 8, 2014

Milwaukee Group: Public School Gyms in Worse Shape than Bradley Center

Community leaders are conducting ongoing discussions about the future of the Bradley Center.

While reports percolate about Herb Kohl possibly selling the Milwaukee Bucks and putting proceeds toward a new basketball arena, a local group is taking a stand.

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Education
4:29 pm
Mon April 7, 2014

Post Ranking: Top 3 Most Challenging High Schools in Wisconsin

Eastbrook Academy is a small voucher school on Milwaukee's north side.
Credit Eastbrook Academy

The Washington Post has ranked what it considers the top high schools in the country when it comes to challenging their students.

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Politics & Government
2:29 pm
Mon April 7, 2014

Wisconsin Enacts Steps to Combat Heroin Problem

Gov. Walker is signing seven heroin-related bills into law on Monday, including one to boost state funding for treatment programs.

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Economy & Business
11:31 am
Mon April 7, 2014

Former Downtown Office Building May House New Apartments

A developer may bring new housing to the former Blue Cross/Blue Shiled building (background left).

New apartments in the former Blue Cross/Blue Shield building would be a big plus, according to one downtown resident and Westown Association member.

A former insurance company headquarters in downtown Milwaukee may be transformed into new apartments.

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Environment
1:00 am
Mon April 7, 2014

Project to Supply Town of Jackson with Municipal Water Begins

Ross Bishop’s farm uses well water. He’ll have the option of switching to municipal water from the Village of Jackson

In July 2012, a pipeline running through Washington County ruptured, allowing thousands of gallons of gasoline to seep into wells. Soon, residents will be able to connect to a nearby village system.

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