Milwaukee's latest sinkhole opened up less than one mile from its last one. Here are a few photos from the East Side.
Here is an update on flooding issues in Milwaukee this morning from Cecilia Gilbert of the Department of Public Works.
We just left a meeting at the Al McGuire Center on Marquette's campus, and water was flowing down Wisconsin Avenue. Here's what we know.
Earlier this week there was news that a number of local bands were hit by the flooding last week when their practice spaces were inundated with water. Turns out that the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music also got wet.
Tonight, Milwaukee's East Side proves it's indeed open (wide open, some may say) for business by hosting a sinkhole Tweetup at Von Trier, 2235 N. Farwell Ave.
The flood waters came and went -- quickly. The cleanup, however, will take some time.
As Milwaukee continues to clean up after last week's flood, we present this shocking video of the damage that racked the East Side area near Oakland Avenue and the usually quiet streets in Shorewood.
A day after nearly 8 inches of rain fell in Milwaukee, a Milwaukee home hangs on as a sink hole develops.
After the recent flooding issues, three people reported that a person dressed like a utility worker asked to enter their home to investigate floodwater.
Few things in life are as frustrating, devastating and downright messy as a flooded basement. There are few circumstances that make you feel as helpless as watching the water rise and your important possessions float away.
Recovery efforts are underway from devastating floods in southwest Wisconsin and are drawing donations and volunteers from all over the state.