On Tuesday, the eyes of the world were on Wisconsin - though I'm sure they wished they could avert their gaze.
After weeks of debate and national scrutiny, Gov. Tony Evers today signed an executive order suspending in-person voting for the election scheduled for Tuesday, April 7, and moved the in-person election date to June 9, 2020.
Social distancing doesn't mean you have to forego your civic duty, especially in this electronic age. There are two big events coming up that you shouldn't - and in one case mustn't - skip: the April election and the 2020 census.
On Tuesday, Feb. 18, voters in Milwaukee will have the opportunity to help shape the city's future by participating in the spring primary election. Here are some steps, courtesy of Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service, to ensure that your voice is heard that day.
To help voters get to know the Milwaukee school board candidates, Parents for Public Schools of Milwaukee hosts a candidate forum Wednesday, Feb. 15, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at MacDowell Montessori School at the Juneau campus, 6415 W. Mount Vernon Ave.
Despite walking back its plan to curtail the power of The Congressional Ethics Office, Congress was squarely blamed for its actions. I am here to convince you that the fault for this action is entirely misplaced. Congress isn't to blame; we are.
Through a surprise "reply all" error, we here at OnMilwaukee were accidentally emailed a trove of letters to Santa Claus. We have sorted through them, like WikiLeaks, and have selected several to publish. Consider it our present to you, readers!
The Democratic party must still note the value of its black voters, staffers and political consulting firms in 2018. If not, the entire party will descend even deeper into minority status just like the electors they seem to take for granted.
For Jay's final Trump column (until It Becomes Real), he dives into some armchair psychology, claiming Donald Trump is perhaps this century's single best example of Dunning-Kruger Effect. Take that, Michael Scott from "The Office."
Welcome to America 2.0, the pre-civil rights redux. The World According to Trump. The worst upset in modern presidential history? Actually, quite the opposite. This election was the simplest of clichĆ©s.
For many, Election Day was a day of shellshocked hurt, disappointment and fear. But today is a new day, and it's time to go to work doing good and helping those in need. Here are just a few ways you can reach out and make a difference.
The local news ratings for November have been released, with WISN 12 at the top of the charts for the period.
A number of election postmortems from The Professional Left have one thing in common: complaints that Democrats lost because we did not adequately kowtow to white men. But that view is part of the problem, not anything to do with the solution.
Several group and city leaders served as panelists, addressing a packed room at the 10th annual Henry W. Maier State of Milwaukee Summit, titled "A Frank Conversation about Race in Milwaukee," Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
In the sixth episode of OnMilwaukee's podcast, the Postgame Tailgate, sickly sports editor Jimmy Carlton and supportive pop culture editor Matt Mueller discuss the Packers' loss to the Titans, the continued impressive play of the Badgers and new movies like "Arrival" and "Fantastic Beasts."