Milwaukee IndyFest tickets now on sale
Tickets are now on sale for the ABC Supply Co. Inc. Wisconsin 250 at Milwaukee IndyFest, which will be held July 11-12 at the Milwaukee Mile at Wisconsin State Fair.
Holmgren returns to Wisconsin for autograph show
Super Bowl winning coach Mike Holmgren, who coached the Green Bay Packers to the title in 1996, returns to Wisconsin for an autograph show on Saturday at Legends of the Field in Greenfield.
In GQ, Giannis "gets Buckets" with Malin Akerman
The Celebrities section of GQ (digital and print in March) features a story with Swedish Canadian actress Malin Akerman. The photos showcase the actress with the Bucks Giannis Antetokounmpo.
Report: Brewers sign K-Rod for 2 years
According to multiple outlets, the Milwaukee Brewers are bringing free agent reliever Francisco Rodriguez back into the fold, this time with a two-year deal.
Bucks hire architects for new arena
The Milwaukee Bucks have hired Populous, a global design practice that specializes in arena, stadium, ballpark and convention center design, to design a new Downtown arena. Local firms HNTB and Eppstein Uhen will assist in the project.
Sanders says anxiety, off-court issues led to departure
Four days after the Milwaukee Bucks officially bought him out of a $44 million contract, Larry Sanders opened up at length for the first time since a Dec. 23 interview with OnMilwaukee.com in a video message.
Fare thee well, Larry Sanders!
It's official. After a hectic couple days of tweets and leaks, an NBA source made it official that the Milwaukee Bucks have parted ways with center Larry Sanders, who just two years ago seemed destined to be the long term face of the franchise.
Brewcity Bruisers double up this weekend
The Brewcity Bruisers will open its ninth season at the UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena on Friday, an event that will feature Milwaukee's four teams in two separate bouts: Maiden Milwaukee vs. Rushin' Rollettes and Shevil Knevils vs. the Crazy Eights.
Sanders still a Buck, still absent
Despite a flurry of Twitter "reporting" this morning, center Larry Sanders remains a member of the Milwaukee Bucks.
Bucks hats are green and growing
Cold doesn't bother us. We wear hats. And, these days, Bucks hats seem to be everywhere,
Bucks meld past and present at Schlitz Park
The Milwaukee Bucks moved its personnel into the organization's new office at Schlitz Park in early February, but the team invited media to walk through the Eppstein Uhen-designed space Tuesday afternoon. The plan was for a more employee-centric space that combined the history of the Stock House building and the organization with modern workplace concepts.
Bucks bring back the Milwaukee Originals
Last year, the Milwaukee Bucks created the "Milwaukee Originals" t-shirt line, which showcased the work of local designers and were for sale online and through the retail outlets at the BMO Harris Bradley Center. The promotion is back this year, and now includes Too Much Rock For One Hand and Orchard Street Apparel.
Packers jack ticket prices ... kind of
The Green Bay Packers announced that ticket prices for the 2015 season will increase ... by $3 to $5.
Greek Freak no more: A new name for Bucks' Giannis
At the end of January, I decided to throw out a nickname for this Milwaukee Bucks team. It didn't go completely unnoticed, as legendary play-by-play man Eddie Doucette, the former voice of the team, saw the post and reached out with a nickname of his own for Giannis Antetokounmpo. Click here to find out what it is.
Injury sidelines Lucroy for 4-6 weeks
The Milwaukee Brewers announced that all-star catcher Jonathan Lucroy will miss 4-6 weeks with a hamstring injury.
Numbers provide proof of Bucks' turnaround
Numbers don't always tell the story but some of the attendance figures, especially on the road, give testimony to the turnaround and excitement of the Milwaukee Bucks.
Higuera voted onto Brewers Walk of Fame
The Milwaukee Brewers announced pitcher Teddy Higuera has been voted in as the newest member of the Miller Park Walk of Fame.
Welcome to GIF City
There's some buzz surrounding the Milwaukee Bucks this year, namely because of some exciting, athletic talent like Giannis Antetokounmpo and Brandon Knight (and now-injured rookie Jabari Parker). And whenever they do something highlight-worthy,Bucks fans take to Twitter with Vines and GIFs of their exploits. So, it got me thinking -- are these guys due for a nickname? We think so.
Brewers add to bullpen with Cotts signing
Milwaukee Brewers president of baseball operations and general manager Doug Melvin announced that the organization signed lefty reliever Neal Cotts to a one-year deal.
Pro golf returns to Milwaukee: Symetra Tour heads to Brown Deer
Milwaukee hasn't had a regular pro golf tour stop since the PGA Tour's U.S. Bank Championship folded its tent in 2009. That is changing, as Potawatomi Hotel & Casino is helping bring the Symetra Tour, the feeder tour of the LPGA Tour, to Brown Deer Park Golf Course this summer.
New #itsAaron features Camp Hometown Heroes
The latest episode of the "It's Aaron" campaign features Camp Hometown Heroes, an organization dedicated to caring for children of fallen members of the U.S. military.
Gov. Walker: "Jock tax" will put $220 million into new arena
Gov. Scott Walker announced a plan to funnel $220 million of tax money into a new multi-purpose arena in Downtown Milwaukee. He said the money will come from a "jock tax" on professional athletes who play in Wisconsin.
Walker will include "jock tax" for financing Bucks' arena in his budget proposal
Sources have confirmed that Gov. Scott Walker has decided to include the "jock tax" revenues in his budget to help fund the new arena in downtown Milwaukee.
Levering joins Brewers in play-by-play, new media role
The Milwaukee Brewers announced this morning that Jeff Levering will be added to the Brewers radio broadcast team.
"Greek Freak" headlines NBA Dunk Contest
Milwaukee Bucks second-year forward Giannis Antetokounmpo likes to throw down, and the fans love it -- so the "Greek Freak" will participate in the NBA Dunk Contest during the All-Star break on Feb. 14.