Election Day! The other one. Make sure to come back throughout the day to check up on updates. We're going to try and get you as much coverage as possible. Until then, be happy with some dumplings from K Peppers. Rainy with a high of 59 and a low of 46.
Mediocre opening day for the Brewers, but I was pleasantly surprised to see so many people out supporting the Crew in class yesterday. Not even the NCAA fever in the air could distracted them from the nation's past time. Gotta say though, if there was one hoops game I had to watch this year, it was last night. Roy Halladay's first start for the Phillies was a great beginning to what is surely another World Series run.
Election Day. Click here to find out where and how you can vote. Remember, you can register at the polls! Just bring a proof of residency, which can be as little as an electric bill or something.
The library board votes in favor of renovation. They don't want to wait for construction of a new building. Victory for Mayor Dave.
A legal petition by Edgewater neighborhood residents seeks to require the City Council to approve the project by a supermajority. Legal precedents anyone?
YES! Mail-in rebates suck. Please ban them.
Racist former UW-Milwaukee student mounting in write-in campaign for municipal judge in St. Francis.
Kristin Czubkowski tells about other stuff going on this week at City Hall, including the potential expiration of the Alcohol License Density Plan (limits bars in downtown area), and a proposal to push back the date when landlords begin showing apartments.
Wow, UW Regents look at plan to increase graduates by 30 percent. Is that a goal that's meant to be realized?
The Cap Times wants a hearing on Mary Lazich's "health care freedom amendment.""But even if Lazich is a fool, she is a useful fool."The accompanying picture is killer.
The victim of an alleged UW frat rape is seeking $10 million in damages.
OK, if there's a fine but it's not enforced are you still going to complain about the health care bill's constitutionality?
The Democrats just can't get their act together on payday loans.