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Each week, the RIghtWisconsin Managing Editor, Brian Fraley and I bring in a guest panelist for a twenty minute panel discussion of the Week in Review.
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The owner of a Milwaukee bowling alley and bar who was recently told to remove hundreds of bras hanging from the ceiling due to it being a fire hazard has been allowed to put them back up, WTMJ-TV reports .
Shopping habits are changing, and as Milwaukee's retail landscape continues to evolve OnMilwaukee.com is pulling out the credit card for a full week of retail, shopping and commerce content.
Ralph Acevedo stands with his wife of 50 years, Deya, in their home on Thursday.
Oak Creek - To generate 100% of the electricity needed to run the South Shore sewage treatment plant, the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District needs bacteria living in large underground tanks to give it more gas.
Drivers have been noticing that gas prices are fluctuating throughout our area, and they're hoping to find some relief soon.
The Powerball jackpot has been raised to an estimated $600 million for Saturday night's draw.
It was around 8:24 Friday night in the 5800 block of West Helena, when an officer responded to a complaint of loud music coming from the suspect's car.
"Some broad just came down the wrong way on Lincoln Avenue. I'm going northbound.
The record heat and drought from last year pushed Lake Michigan to its lowest level on record.
A small percentage of Milwaukee's fast-food workforce walked off the job this week, demanding a greater than 100% increase in the minimum wage - to $15 an hour from Wisconsin's current $7.25 an hour.
According to Sgt. Mark Stanmeyer with Milwaukee Police, a 19-year-old man was shot in the parking lot at the rear of a cellular phone store in the 2600 block of W. Fond du Lac Ave.
I was going through my mail, shuffling through a batch of CDs, when I came across a package with the latest single from local satiric rock band Crappy Dracula.
Is there something you'd like to ask Horace Chase, Milwaukee's 14th mayor? Would you like a one-on-one with a Civil War veteran? Perhaps you have a cooking question for Fred Usinger? Bring your inquiries to Forest Home Cemetery, 2405 W. Forest Home Ave., on Memorial Day, May 27.
Hundreds of workers at some of Milwaukee's largest fast food and retail chains walked off their jobs on May 15 as they demanded the right to form a union without fear of retaliation and wages of $15 an hour.
A worker who walked off his job in a one-day strike, got an unexpected "welcome back" on Thursday: a suspension.
Flood Warning for Milwaukee County was issued at May 19 at 4:00AM CDT