Kim S.’s Review of Screaming Tuna – Milwaukee (5/5) on Yelp

Screaming Tuna is a great representation of what Milwaukee restaurants represent. The staff was super helpful and nice, and owners Jeff and Christian make everyone feel so welcome. They also care… Read entire story [Read story]

Plan to ask for taxpayer funding for new arena being revised

It's back to the drawing board for a plan to ask Milwaukee County voters to pay for a new basketball arena. Read entire story here. [Read story]

Dale D.’s Review of Peddler Jim’s Produce – Milwaukee (5/5) on Yelp

great deal on everything, no organic though. Best prices in town. $1 grab bags of riper fruits and veggies. great way to save money. Read entire story here. [Read story]

UWM Union Theatre hosts Italian Film Festival

The 2014 Italian Film Festival USA makes its home April 25-27 at UWM Union Theatre, with an array of contemporary Italian cinema. Read entire story here. [Read story]

Girl with jobless father goes to Michelle Obama for help

WASHINGTON (AP) — Michelle Obama’s annual question-and-answer session with the children of Executive Office employees has taken a somber turn. A young girl in the front row at Thursday’s event told the first [Read story]

Mumps outbreak at UW-Madison

There are reports of an outbreak of mumps at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Read entire story here. [Read story]

Sensient management appears to win proxy fight

Sensient Technologies Corp. appears to have won its proxy battle with a hedge fund that was seeking four seats on the Milwaukee-based firm’s board. Read entire story here. [Read story]

"Run and Jump" is a messy examination of a struggling family

Steph Green's "Run and Jump," last night's Milwaukee Film monthly members screening at the Oriental Theatre, banks on heartfelt melodrama as it examines an Irish family that experiences loss, fragility and mixed emotions [Read story]

Badger Meter earnings jump 59 percent

Brown Deer-based Badger Meter Inc. today reported first quarter net income of 4. 6 million, or 32 cents per share, up 59. 3 percent from 2. 9 million, or 20 cents per share, in the first quarter of 2013. Read [Read story]

Repair segment drives Snap-on growth

Kenosha-based Snap-on Inc. today reported first quarter net earnings of 98. 2 million, or 1. 62 per share, up from 82. 8 million, or 1. 40 per share, in the first quarter of 2013. Read entire story here. [Read story]

ABCD: After Breast Cancer Diagnosis Selects First Deputy Director

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Burandt named chairmand and CEO of Wausau Paper

Wausau Paper on Thursday said Michael C. Burandt has been appointed chairman of the board and chief executive officer. Burandt joined the company as a director in 2012 and has served as interim CEO since April 2. Read [Read story]

Fromm, Milwaukee World Festival to host Petfest

Mequon-based pet food manufacturer Fromm Family Foods and Milwaukee World Festival Inc. , the nonprofit organization that produces Summerfest, will host a new festival this year called Fromm Petfest. Read entire story [Read story]

“Stop lying!” Tensions boil over at briefing for frustrated MH370 relatives

(CNN) — For weeks, the families of passengers on Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 have implored authorities to release information about the search for the missing plane. They want independent experts to analyze it in [Read story]

New dash cam video shows chase with Waukesha doctor

New dash cam video from Delafield Police video shows a confrontation between officers and a Waukesha doctor. Read entire story here. [Read story]

Milwaukee Skyline 3

Kevin O' has added a photo to the pool: Milwaukee Skyline shot across nearby McKinley Marina. Article by Milwaukee Architecture Pool. Read entire story here. [Read story]

LBWN announces summer internship program

Layton Boulevard West Neighbors, Inc. is building on the success of its Mobile Bike Hub with a new summer internship program that will teach area teens far more than the mechanics of basic bike repairs. Read entire [Read story]

Frazier Glenn Cross asks “Who are all these people?” in packed courtroom

(CNN) — The 73-year-old man accused of shooting and killing three people at a Kansas Jewish community center appeared in court on Thursday, April 24th. Frazier Glenn Cross was in court for less than five [Read story]

Tornado drill encourages preparedness

This is severe weather awareness week and agencies around the state tested the ways they let people know about dangerous storms. Read entire story here. [Read story]

Witness says doctor leading police on high-speed chase almost hit him

A Pewaukee man says he could have died when a Delafield doctor led police on a high-speed chase after a fight with her estranged husband. Read entire story here. [Read story]