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Milwaukee Talks: Common Council President Michael Murphy

Published Aug. 5, 2014

Recently, columnist Dave Begel named Ald. Michael Murphy one of the most important people in Milwaukee. As Common Council President, Murphy is one of the top politicians in the city. We sat down with the 10th district alderman -- who became the city's 47th council president on Feb. 11 -- to talk about a range of issues, from development to schools to crime and more.


Time Warner Cable may phase out analog channels

Published Sept. 9, 2013

Time Warner Cable is working through the process to eliminate having to send analog signals, opening up more bandwidth that could be sent through the cord. They are not alone in this.


Common Council should get out of liquor license business

Published Jan. 24, 2013

This license business is just full of hypocrisy, temptation and anti-business development rigor. We'd be a lot better off letting people get about their business. If it proves to be a problem, then take action. But preventing the operations without any good reason just seems like a business the Common Council should get out of.


Dead Air at the wrong time

Published Oct. 15, 2010

Warnings have been broadcast for years that the OpenSky radio system was fraught with bugs that make it hard to use. That means of course, cops can't talk to each other or to central command, which is what happened last week.


Commission instructs MPD to alter action on speeders

Published Sept. 17, 2010

Milwaukee Police have been instructed by the Fire and Police Commission to not be so quick to order speeders and other errant drivers to go for a reexamination of their drivers license.

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