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Jun 15, 2023

Alleged health risks spark class-action lawsuit against Milwaukee developer

Attorneys on Wednesday filed a class-action lawsuit against the developer of the Community Within the Corridor (CWC) redevelopment on behalf of a resident who said she faced illness after evacuating from the Milwaukee redevelopment in March.

Wauwatosa urban planner lawsuit
Jun 2, 2023

Lawsuit between Wauwatosa, urban planner moves forward after judge’s signature

A lawsuit between a Milwaukee urban planner and the city of Wauwatosa will move forward after Milwaukee County Circuit Court Judge Christopher Foley signed an alternative writ of mandamus.

Mar 21, 2023

Wis. Democrats, Gov. Tony Evers call for end of 1849 abortion ban with new legislation

Gov. Tony Evers announced on Tuesday legislation to repeal Wisconsin's 1849 abortion ban after Roe v. Wade was overturned.

Feb 27, 2023

Janet Protasiewicz, Dan Kelly in spotlight for battleground state’s swing seat

Wisconsin has once again very quickly advanced to the center of the national political stage with all eyes on the April 4 election for Wisconsin Supreme Court justices.

Convicting a Murderer – A Season of Truth
Feb 23, 2023

‘Making a Murderer’ rebuttal to air early summer in new series called ‘Convicting a Murderer – A Season of Truth’

They’re back and coming to a television screen near you. Steven Avery, Ken Kratz, Andrew Colborn, Tom Fassbender may soon return to your living room in a never-been-seen-before series, “Convicting a Murderer.”

Feb 22, 2023

Menomonee Indian Reservation suspect convicted after beating death

On Wednesday, a Federal jury in Green Bay convicted Duane Waupoose Jr. of voluntary manslaughter after a man died after being struck with a shotgun in 2021, the Eastern District of Wisconsin announced.

Wisconsin Eviction
Feb 14, 2023

State budget includes Right to Counsel for residents facing eviction

Gov. Tony Evers has announced his intention to create a Statewide Right to Counsel, which will provide no-cost legal representation for Wisconsin residents facing eviction.

Jan 24, 2023

Milwaukee asks judge for control of former Northridge Mall

Milwaukee officials have asked a county judge to give ownership of the former Northridge Mall to the city after years of ongoing litigation with the building’s Chinese owners, multiple reports showed.

Jan 18, 2023

Lawsuit challenging Madison bird-safe glass ordinance delivered to appeals court

The case to decide whether a Madison ordinance requiring bird-safe glass on tall buildings will stay in effect is now awaiting assignment in the Wisconsin Court of Appeals.

Jan 18, 2023

$75K settlement in 2019 motor vehicle crash

Hupy and Abraham's James Shilobrit has secured a settlement in a recent personal injury case.

Jan 4, 2023

Madison attorneys respond after construction groups appeal bird protection building ordinance

The legal battle over bird-safe façades for new Madison projects continued after city attorneys responded on Friday to an appeal from construction trade groups. A Dane County judge decided in August to uphold a city ordinance requiring new projects over 10,000 square feet to include designs to mitigate bird collisions.

Dec 21, 2022

Judge sets new demolition deadline for Northridge Mall, but there’s a catch

Northridge Mall may be closer to meeting a wrecking ball after a judge called for a demolition plan from its owners, but Milwaukee may not have enough money to go through with razing the property, according to multiple reports.


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