Longtime WISN 12 reporter and beloved local news figure Mike Anderson has died. As first reported by WISN 12, Anderson passed away on Tuesday morning at the age of 67.
"Hard work. Dedication. And the mindset that failure is not an option." That is how former Green Bay Packers great Willie Davis answered a question about the secrets behind his post-football career as a successful executive in the beer distributing and radio businesses.
It wasn't just Joe Bartolotta's passion for creating beautiful, memorable restaurants which fueled his career. As his success grew, so did his generosity.
Mary Davis, who sang R&B, jazz, blues and soul and was a keyboard legend, lit up the stage for more than 50 years. She died on Black Friday at age 73, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
Local writer, boxing expert and OnMilwaukee contributor Pete Ehrmann passed away Sunday, Nov. 17. The following is a tribute from his nephew Peter Kolesari.
20-year-old community advocate Quanita "Tay" Jackson was shot and killed Sunday evening. The following is a tribute from community activist and Program the Parks founder Vaun Mayes.
If you ever stepped foot in Glorioso's Food Market, 1011 E. Brady St., you likely met Eddie Glorioso, who started the store in 1946. Glorioso died this morning.
A pair of crocs. A table cloaked in a white tablecloth. Two bottles of wine. Two wine glasses. These items set the stage Saturday morning at the Riverside Theater, where friends, family, colleagues and food-loving Milwaukeeans gathered for a two-hour celebration of the life of Joe Bartolotta.
Jimmy Banks will forever be missed, but his life lessons will live on in the people he mentored and inspired. He was a great athlete, an amazing coach, a true Milwaukeean - and there's so much our city can continue to learn from his powerful example.
Kudos to Todd McLees on this great interview. Please take an hour today to honor George Mosher by watching this. Pass it along too. This is a Milwaukee life that was full of meaning. Thanks, George. Milwaukee's better because of you.
There may not be a statue commemorating "Laverne & Shirley" like the Bronze Fonz, but the TV classic certainly has an iconic Milwaukee landmark of its own: the letters on City Hall - and in honor of its late great star, those letters returned.
As first reported by TMZ, television star, producer and director Penny Marshall died Monday night of complications from diabetes. She was 75 and leaves behind a resume of enduring hits on the big screen and small, both behind the camera and in front.
It takes a lot of cool, charisma and confidence to pose naked on a bearskin rug. It takes even more for that photo to become iconic. That was Burt Reynolds, an icon of old-school Hollywood celebrity and masculinity who passed away today at 82.
Michael Amidzich, founder and owner of Pizza Man, passed away over the weekend. Here we remember his contributions to the Milwaukee scene and the legacy he leaves.
Almost a month later, the news of Anthony Bourdain's death is no less shocking and devastating. But for those looking to celebrate his life - and help fight future suicides - the Avalon is serving a special night of "No Reservations."