Illiana could charge tolls four times those of other Illinois tollways

Tolls on the Illiana Expressway, the proposed 1-billion-plus roadway between I-55 in Illinois and I-65 in Indiana that's being strongly pushed by Gov. Pat Quinn's administration, could be two, three and even four times [Read story]

MillerCoors brings in WPP for ad help on Miller Lite

MillerCoors is expanding its relationship with WPP, moving a portion of the Miller Lite account to a collection of agencies at the holding company, Crain's sister publication Ad Age reports. Read entire story here. [Read story]

Chicago Spire developer gets funding, wants to resume project

The Irish developer behind the Chicago Spire said it has found an investor to pay its creditors, allowing it to emerge from bankruptcy and possibly restart work on the long-stalled residential project. Read entire story [Read story]

Disbarred Milwaukee lawyer pleads guilty to embezzlement

Today's Paper, also known as the e-Edition, is an online replica of the printed newspaper. Read entire story here. [Read story]

Well-educated, highly paid residents leaving Cook County

As the Great Recession churned job prospects for many, Cook County lost about 13,000 residents with six-figure household incomes to other places, despite the widely hyped revival of downtown housing and jobs. Read [Read story]

Motivo Tour upends the walker world

Milwaukee has been the birthplace of many inventions throughout history. In this spirit, Jeremy Knopow and Jennifer Harris created the Motivo Tour which they believe is unike any other walking aid on the market. Read [Read story]

Associated expanding University program

Associated Bank has been expanding its revamped training program, Associated University, based on a prototype location in Milwaukee. Read entire story here. [Read story]

Moody’s cuts Chicago’s credit rating

Moody's Investors Service downgraded Chicago's credit rating one notch to Baa1 with a negative outlook, putting it only three notches above junk-bond status. Read entire story here. [Read story]

GREEN BAY – Oneida tribe targeted in 400 million suit over energy deal

A former business partner is seeking nearly 400 million in damages in a breach-of-contract lawsuit that stems from a failed waste-to-energy venture by the Oneida Tribe of Indians. Read entire story here. [Read story]

La Caribeña offers a taste beyond Mexico

After months of threatening, OnMilwaukee.com finally stopped by La Caribeña, 1704 S. Pearl St., for dinner and drinks. Located in a triangle-shaped building painted bright red, La Caribeña is easy to spot. Read entire [Read story]

Sieger’s musical walk in the park with Koch

Last summer, two Milwaukee music giants - John Sieger and Greg Koch - unveiled their CD collaboration, "Plays Well With Others," showing how two strong voices could reach a perfect pitch by working in unison. Back then, [Read story]

5 questions for One Horse Towne

With feet firmly rooted in rock and roll, but with hands in American roots music and post-punk, Milwaukee's One Horse Towne plays down to Earth, gritty music. Think part Replacements and part Son Volt. We caught up with [Read story]

L R.’s Review of Mizu – Milwaukee (5/5) on Yelp

Its 3am Japanese food. It is good enough for me and I am not a pretentious Milwaukee idiot. Read entire story here. [Read story]

Making Meals: Il Mito’s Chicken Vesuvio

Watch part one above. To watch part two, click here. Read entire story here. [Read story]

Bear Development buys historic Button Block building

Kenosha-based Bear Development purchased the 122-year-old Button Block building in downtown Milwaukee, and plans to convert the upper floors into apartments, according to Siegel-Gallagher. The sale of the building [Read story]

Tarantino Co. plans 20 million senior housing development in Grafton

Waukesha-based Tarantino Company announced today that is plans to build a 20 million, 200-unit senior housing community on the site of the former Manchester Mall property in Grafton's south commercial district. Read [Read story]

Reports Buzz Williams to leave MU for Virginia Tech job

Multiple news outlets are reporting that Buzz Williams, the head coach of the men's basketball team at Marquette University, is leaving Marquette to take the head coaching position at Virginia Tech. Read entire story [Read story]

Wave could join new league as it parts ways with Tozer

As part of a restructuring plan, the Milwaukee Wave today announced that it is parting ways with longtime coach Keith Tozer and that the team could join a different league. Read entire story here. [Read story]

Ada W.’s Review of Pho Lovers – Milwaukee (2/5) on Yelp

Not a fan. The inside looked run down. The table where we sat at was still sticky. The pho was alright but because of the environment it made me feel that the food wasn't clean. They also made the… Read entire story [Read story]

Ada W.’s Review of Stone Bowl Grill – Milwaukee (4/5) on Yelp

Fancy fun place to be. Can feel crowded and tight at times because it gets so busy during dinner time. Second time here. The food is amazing but the sides are inconsistent. There's this cold or room… Read entire story [Read story]