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Milwaukee Brewers say they are 'open to ideas' on charitable giving after big gift from taxpayers
Now that state legislation has been signed, helping the Milwaukee Brewers with stadium maintenance projects for the next 27 years, how will the team help Milwaukee County residents?
Wisconsinites take on climate change at UN conference, shine a light on human health impacts
Some Wisconsinites are among the more than 70,000 people trying to address the climate crisis at the annual UN climate change conference, called COP28.
Wisconsin task force looks at which occupations may be very affected by artificial intelligence
One task force member urges greater diversification and equity in AI training.
Judge Brad Schimel hopes to hit right notes in Wisconsin Supreme Court race against Justice Ann Walsh Bradley
Brad Schimel, a Waukesha County judge, a former state attorney general and a rock guitarist, announced his is running for Wisconsin Supreme Court in 2025.
Milwaukee homicides down a bit, but those connected to domestic violence remain sizable
Domestic violence legislation drafted in Madison may help reduce the domestic abuse, supporters say.
Microsoft's plans for a huge data center complex in Racine County clicks with local boards
One local official says the proposal is "basically taking victory from the jaws of" Foxconn defeat.
This is my only audio source for Milwaukee news. I think,as a podcast, a better format would be to tie the stories into a once-daily episode, rather than short segments. Nevertheless I’m very happy to have it.
Stenographic journalism ....
... But the best currently available in the Milwaukee area. The management is openly hostile to the ideal of "afflicting the comfortable and comforting the afflicted," so know what you're consuming when consuming this media offering. This is often "one side says this, the other side disagrees" stenography. More fact-checking would be appreciated.