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  1. Syracuse basketball vs. Wake Forest: 10 things to watch forRead the original story w/Photo

    12 min ago | The Post-Standard

    Wake Forest's Austin Arians is a fifth-year grad transfer from UW-Milwaukee. The 6-6 forward has started every game for the Demon Deacons this year, averaging 8.3 points.


  2. Obituary: Brian SchwoererRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Current in Carmel

    Brian Schwoerer, age 58, of Carmel/Noblesville, died Jan.19, 2017 surrounded by his family. Brian was a loving and devoted father to his four children, Sarah Schwoerer, Kathryn Wolf, Emily Malatt and Benjamin Schwoerer, of whom he was exceedingly proud.


  3. Opinions Swing Widely on Possible Environmental Impacts of New Trump AdministrationRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | WUWM

    The Trump team seems to have followed Wisconsin's lead. The Walker administration eliminated the words climate change from both the DNR's website and the Public Service Commission's website.


  4. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Names Marketing Expert as First Holder of Klappa ProfessorshipRead the original story

    21 hrs ago | Newswise

    MILWAUKEE _ Laura Peracchio, an accomplished marketing scholar, has been named the inaugural Judith H. and Gale E. Klappa Endowed Professor of Marketing at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee's Sheldon B. Lubar School of Business. The professorship was created earlier this year through a gift from the We Energies Foundation and the Wisconsin Public Service Foundation in honor of Gale Klappa, the retired CEO of WEC Energy Group, and his wife, Judith Klappa, a former communications professional.


  5. Arts @ Large and MPS "Fill the Gaps" in arts education teachers in the districtRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | OnMilwaukee

    Editor's note: This article is one of an occasional series profiling the 15 finalists for the Milwaukee Awards for Neighborhood Development Innovation . The Arts @ Large Fill the Gaps initiative is a finalist for the PNC Trailblazer Award, which recognizes an innovative approach to a community challenge.


  6. Wisconsin Badgers successful in Border Battle weekendRead the original story

    Sunday | Badger of Honor

    The Wisconsin Badgers and Minnesota Golden Gophers faced off this weekend in hockey and basketball with the Badgers winning two out of the three matchups. The Badgers welcomed in the No.


  7. Happ, No. 17 Wisconsin edge Minnesota in overtime, 78-76 newRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | WLUK-TV Green Bay

    Wisconsin's versatile sophomore big man did everything he could to carry the Badgers to a win over rival Minnesota. And it turned out he did just enough.


  8. UW 78, Minnesota 76: Happ helps Badgers escape inaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Door Reminder

    UW 78, Minnesota 76: Happ helps Badgers escape in OT The 17th-ranked Badgers overcame poor shooting early to hold off the Golden Gophers, 78-76, in overtime Saturday. Check out this story on Playing a Minnesota team coming off back-to-back road losses and desperate for a victory, in front of a sellout crowd at Williams Arena, the 17th-ranked Badgers overcame poor shooting early to hold off the Golden Gophers, 78-76, in overtime Saturday.


  9. Lindstrom leads UWGB women to win over rivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Door Reminder

    Lindstrom leads UWGB women to win over rival The junior finished with 18 points as the Phoenix topped UW-Milwaukee 89-47 Saturday afternoon. Check out this story on The Phoenix completely dismantled in-state rival UW-Milwaukee in an 89-47 win in front of 3,367 at the Kress Center on Saturday afternoon.


  10. An Alderwoman Also Known as MomRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 21 | Milwaukee Courier Online

    She was a cheerleader. She was a college graduate. She was a local television hostess.


  11. Humanitarian ReliefRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 19 | The Weekly Standard

    Since his departure from the White House in 1933, it has often seemed that Herbert Hoover is the Rodney Dangerfield of American politics: He gets no respect. On the left, he has long been castigated as a presidential failure: a dour and rigid reactionary who did little to combat the Great Depression.


  12. Busy Wave weekend begins with home game Saturday vs. defending champsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 19 | OnMilwaukee

    The six-time champion Milwaukee Wave prepare for a busy weekend after an exciting third straight win against the Chicago Mustangs last Saturday. The first game of the weekend takes place Saturday, Jan. 21 at 6:05 p.m. at UWM-Panther Arena against the Baltimore Blast.


  13. UWM instructor hopes students can push for changeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 19 | Star Tribune

    A University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee instructor hopes his students can help find a solution for Milwaukee's lead water pipes. William Kort tells WUWM-FM that he put together a course on the topic after speaking to the Center for Water Policy.


  14. Reported Trump Spending Cuts Would Kill NEH, NEARead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 19 | Publishers' Weekly

    In an article focusing on the incoming Trump administration's efforts to shrink federal bureaucracy by cutting spending, The Hill reports that President-elect Donald Trump intends to "entirely" eliminate the National Endowment for the Humanities and the National Endowment for the Arts . Both endowments are independent federal agencies, and each was formed in 1965.


  15. A Look At UWM's College of Health SciencesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 19 | WUWM

    When you talk about health care, many people think doctors and nurses. But working alongside them are a host of other professionals providing an enormous range of health related services.


  16. Exhibit Systems Adds Peter Jordan as DesignerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 19 | PR Log

    New designer brings broad experience in creating trade show exhibits and displays that draw visitors, stimulate interaction and create relationships BROOKFIELD, Wis. - Jan. 19, 2017 - PRLog -- Peter Jordan, an experienced trade show exhibit craftsman with a background in architectural design and planning, has joined Exhibit Systems as a designer on its creative team.


  17. Wisconsin Women Head to Washington to Voice Concerns about Trump AdministrationRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 18 | WUWM

    Tens of thousands of people will cheer on Donald Trump as he takes the oath of office Friday in Washington, D.C. The Associated Press reports that the district's director of homeland security says officials expect 800,000 to 900,000 to attend. The capital could be just as packed the next day, as dozens of Trump protesters hold a huge march and rally.


  18. Van Drisse Earns UW-W HonorsRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 18 | Peshtigo Times Wisconsin Community Newspaper

    Coleman- Tanner VanDrisse, a junior at UW-Whitewater, was included in their Fall 2016 Dean's List.


  19. Council for Sonic murder suspect asks judge to appoint second attorneyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 18 | WSFA-TV Montgomery

    The attorney representing one of two suspects accused of killing a teenager at the Madison Sonic wants the judge to add a second attorney to the case. Dacedric Ward, 22, and Trevor Cantrell, 19, are charged with capital murder for the shooting death of Jason West.


  20. Shaina Maytum: CU should cancel Yiannopoulos talkRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 16 | Daily Camera

    I was horrified and disgusted to discover that the CU-Boulder student organization Turning Point USA will bring Milo Yiannopoulos' "Dangerous Faggot Tour" to campus on Jan. 25. Yiannopoulis is dangerous indeed. He is a member of the "Alternative Right" or "Alt-Right" as it is more commonly known, which, in blunt terms, is a white supremacy movement.