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This is the facility across the river from the Potawatomi casino and visible from I-94. A brew house and tasting facility may be in its future.
The well-known octagonal red brick tower in Milwaukee’s Menomonee Valley will be renovated into a craft brewery under a new proposal.
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A politics story or a personal finance story? Or both.
The governor's financial disclosure report shows the card was issued last year, and Walker owed between $10,000 to $15,000 at some point during the reporting period.
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"I imagine being woken up at six in the morning by a bunch of people in black suits is not the way you want to wake up in the day," the lead investigator told Cindy Archer said at one point.
The recording details tense but mannerly exchanges between Cindy Archer and an investigator with the Milwaukee County DA's Office who was leading an early-morning raid on Archer's home.
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On today's front page: Pilot program for teens who witness traumatic events; an East, West love story.
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She got her start at UW-Madison. Now with the Steelers, Sonia Gysland is one of the few female athletic trainers in the NFL.
When the NFL kicks off its season in September, a few female athletic trainers will be on the sidelines. But for many years, there was just one, Sonia Gysland, from the University of Wisconsin.
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"Our hearts are heavy for Dave, Dave's family, friends, the entire Forest Service and wildland fire community," Forest Supervisor Craig Bobzien said.
Dave Ruhl, who died last week, was a member of Whitewater High School's 1995 graduating class and joined the U.S. Forest Service as a firefighter in 2001.
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This Kohl's suit has been added to the docket rather than the closet.
Kohl’s Department Stores Inc. is suing its former top information-technology executive, seeking to stop her from immediately taking a similar job with a competitor.
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Rondall Ward isn't your typical third-grader. Here's why:
Third-grader Rondall Ward surprised his parents when made and handed out handmade invitations for a charity run to benefit breast cancer awareness. But his selflessness wasn’t a surprise.
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One of the suspects told police the victim was "flashing money" by his Lexus before the robbery that left him dead.
Nathan Binns, 17, shot and killed Montravis D. Johnson on Wednesday, according to the complaint, which also charges Dale Sonterrius Hall, 18, as an accomplice.
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Packers tight end Andrew Quarless got emotional Monday as he opened up about "the saddest day of my life."
With his eyes shimmering as he battled tears, Andrew Quarless shared on Monday the reason for his absence from the beginning of training camp last week. In hushed tones, the Packers tight end discussed the death of his daughter.
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If you missed Lollapalooza this year, Piet Levy sums up the three days in Chicago ... the good, the bad and a guy dressed like a bumble bee.
From Paul McCartney to Charli XCX to A$AP Rocky to Twenty One Pilots, here were the highlights from this year’s edition of the Chicago music festival.
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Move over #MKELion. Beloit has its own lion-like animal sighting.
Officials cautioned weekend visitors to Big Hill Park after two city employees reported spotting a cougar there earlier in the week.
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Anna Vos
a year ago
Dear Journal Sentinel, I enjoy reading your online edition. However, you turn yourself into People magazine when, at the bottom of the feed in the section entitled "You might like", you allow things like Rant to post photos of half naked women washing their car. Do you really want to associate yourself with titles like "20 Pictures of Leonardo DiCaprio's Ex-Girlfriends and Flings That Will Shock You?" We all know that sex sells, but a legitimate news corporation would never trade profits for standards. I don't plan on paying for your online edition or your print edition until you decide what you stand for. Sincerely, Anna Vos
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4 years ago
Absolutely awful newspaper, they have no objectivity. They are constantly supporting democrat policies/persons. And constantly assaulting republican policies/persons. Don't waste your money, go online to read about the news of Wisconsin/the world. go to todaystmj4 dot com or newstalk1130 dot com
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Martin Istaa
a year ago
Posting ATTACK ADS on your front page against a candidate who is running for Governor is a clear and decisive signal the the Journal Sentinel is no longer unbiased and FULLY on the hand of Scott Walker. Bah, how low can you sink.
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The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is the definitive source of news in southeastern Wisconsin. In addition to unmatched news, sports and business coverage, this media outlet has won two Pulitzer prizes in the last three years (2008, 2010).