The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction is ignoring a new law which its backers say is designed to prevent overreach by state administrative agencies, according to a lawsuit. But a previous attempt to limit the department's power through legislation was found to be unconstitutional.
Fox Point police have arrested three individuals in connection with the stabbing of two men, police said in a statement released Saturday. The victims, 18 and 19, were stabbed in the 8400 block of N. Port Washington Road on Wednesday night, police said.ÂThe victims were treated at hospitals and are recovering. The investigation continues and will be referred to the Milwaukee County district attorney for review.
Downtown Milwaukee's Wisconsin Center would cost $225 million to $275 million to expand, according to a new estimate. But the state-created agency that operates the convention center can borrow up to roughly $200 million. So, officials will look at what they can buy for that lower amount — and whether that less-costly proposal makes financial sense. The possible expansion was discussed at Friday's board meeting of the Wisconsin Center District.
Yeah, this is from Oct. 12. But that's when we broke the story. Now that the plan has been formally released, other news media are covering so I figured people might be interested. https://t.co/1PSA3cUwkU via @journalsentinel
Another story revolving around affordable housing. C'mon millennials, you're always whining about how us old folks don't pay enough attention to your problems. This is right up your alley... https://t.co/ZYleSlYyyn via @journalsentinel
ICYMI. This is an important issue, people. Eat your vegetables (read this story about housing affordability) or no dessert (stories about cool developments). I mean it! https://t.co/neDyo5Ym3k via @journalsentinel
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