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Tony Evers leads in Democratic primary for governor, but many voters don't know candidates | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | July 18, 2018
Tony Evers leads the field of Democrats running for governor, but nearly two in five primary voters have yet to make up their minds, new poll says.        
Wisconsin voters stubbornly undecided: 5 takeaways from Marquette Law School poll | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | July 18, 2018
Wisconsin voters are still largely not tuned in to primary races for U.S. Senate and Governor.        
Tommy Thompson condemns entry of national Club for Growth in GOP U.S. Senate race | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | July 18, 2018
Former Wisconsin governor hasn't endorsed anyone in the Republican race for U.S. Senate but he just intervened in the race        
Milwaukee Bucks set auditions for break-dancers, tumblers who will perform during games | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | July 18, 2018
The Bucks will hold "Milwaukee's Got Talent" auditions Aug. 4 and 5 for breakdancers and others who will perform during games.        
Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett urged to delay naming new leader for troubled Health Department | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | July 18, 2018
Common Council President Ashanti Hamilton is urging Mayor Tom Barrett to delay naming a new leader for the troubled Milwaukee Health Department.        
Marquette poll: Survey results Wednesday to focus on Wisconsin's U.S. Senate and governor races | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | July 18, 2018
With the Aug. 14 primary approaching, the survey results will provide a snapshot on the state of the races for U.S. Senate and governor        
Marquette poll: Vukmir and Nicholson in dead heat in GOP U.S. Senate primary; Evers leads Democrats in race for governor | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | July 18, 2018
In the Democratic primary for governor, state schools superintendent Tony Evers had 31% support, well ahead of his seven rivals.        
Scott Walker announces $4 million to help Milwaukee replace lead pipes | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | July 18, 2018
The City of Milwaukee is getting another $4 million to help pay for lead pipe replacements, Gov. Scott Walker announced Wednesday.        
City leaders rip Bird, Council committee votes to remove illegal scooters from the street | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | July 18, 2018
The Public Works Committee voted to prohibit the parking of scooters in public spaces on Wednesday, a move that would effectively ban Bird scooters.        
Timeline set for recommendations on improving Milwaukee police-community relations | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | July 18, 2018
A committee to improve law enforcement's relationship with the public shared a timeline for addressing the city's ongoing problems.        
Where you can lend a hand in the community | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | July 18, 2018
This week's volunteer opportunities from area volunteer centers.        
Judge orders revoked insurance agent to return $1 million she pocketed from hermit's estate | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | July 18, 2018
Blanche Berenzweig, the ex-insurance agent who became the sole beneficiary of an elderly client's estate, must pay back $1 million she collected from annuities        
Find exclusive deals, events and more | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | July 18, 2018
As an Insider, you’ve got our special connection to unique Events, Deals, and Extras only the Journal Sentinel can bring you. It’s one more way the Journal Sentinel takes you inside what’s happening in Wisconsin.       
Election results: Wisconsin and Milwaukee-area spring general election | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | July 18, 2018
Wisconsin and Milwaukee-area residents head to the polls Tuesday to vote in a number of state and local races, including a state Supreme Court seat. Check back often for updated results        
Scott Walker says his interaction with accused Russian spy Maria Butina was brief | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | July 18, 2018
Scott Walker said he talked only briefly with a woman now accused of being a Russian spy, saying he had his photo taken with her just as he does with supporters.        
Milwaukee residents continue to dodge $100 citations as Bird scooter use spikes | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | July 18, 2018
Milwaukee has sued Bird and warned riders they will be issued $98.80 citations for riding. Yet, residents avoid charges even as scooter use jumps.        
Ron Johnson warns Donald Trump there is already 'permanent damage' being done because of trade  war | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | July 18, 2018
Two days after meeting with leaders from 15 Wisconsin businesses, Johnson tells president there is already 'permanent damage being done' by trade war        
Brewers: 5 reasons to believe, 5 reasons to doubt heading into second half of season | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | July 18, 2018
Brewers: 5 reasons to believe, 5 reasons to doubt heading into second half of season        
Milwaukee Magazine | July 18, 2018
Strap on the feedbag - a whole bunch of new dining (and 'eatertainment') options are coming our way! The post Where to Eat When the New Bucks Arena Opens appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Milwaukee Magazine | July 18, 2018
Another wonderful Milwaukee weekend filled with festivals, beer, Shakespeare, art and so much more. The post 10 Things to do This Weekend: July 19-22 appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Milwaukee Magazine | July 18, 2018
A beautiful night and a wonderful band means another jazz-filled night at Cathedral Square Park. The post Jazz in the Park Preview: Meet the Jay Edward Band, July 19 appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Milwaukee Magazine | July 18, 2018
Former Appleton art museum chief to serve as institution's first president The post Pabst Mansion adds new leader appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Randy Bryce has fundraising advantage over fellow Democrat Cathy Myers | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | July 17, 2018
Bryce, who raised $1.2 million over the past three months, reported having more than $2 million cash on hand at the end of last month.        
Scott Walker raises millions more in 2018 than Democratic challengers | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | July 17, 2018
Gov. Scott Walker raised $5.5 million in the first half of 2018, his campaign said Monday.        
Kelda Roys puts own money into race and has most cash for final sprint in Dem primary for governor | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | July 17, 2018
Kelda Roys has the most money available of any Democrat running for governor because she put more than $350,000 of her own money into the race.        
Earnell Lucas builds cash advantage over Richard Schmidt and Robert Ostrowski in Milwaukee County sheriff's race | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | July 17, 2018
Campaign finance reports show Earnell Lucas with cash advantage over Richard Schmidt and Robert Ostrowski in Milwaukee County Sheriff's race.        
Lucas builds cash advantage over Schmidt, Ostrowski in Milwaukee County sheriff's race | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | July 17, 2018
Campaign finance reports show Earnell Lucas with a cash advantage over Richard Schmidt and Robert Ostrowski in the Milwaukee County sheriff's race.        
In high-trauma Milwaukee, Journey House sees mental health therapy as missing link | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | July 17, 2018
Mental health therapy is the missing component in job training in high-trauma, high-poverty Milwaukee.        
Winter farmers market to stay at Mitchell Park Domes annex | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | July 17, 2018
The Milwaukee County Parks Department invited the winter farmers market back to the Mitchell Park Domes annex for one more season.        
Milwaukee police seek public's help in identifying McDonald's armed robbery suspects | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | July 17, 2018
A McDonald's restaurant in the 2500 block of West National Avenue was robbed on the night of July 11        
Stingl: 80-year-old walker charts his progress on a globe, and he's on his 2nd time around | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | July 17, 2018
He records every mile in a notebook, including the date and which route he covered. It goes back to 1981. So that's a little nutty.        
GOP mega-donors will help seal truce after Kevin Nicholson, Leah Vukmir U.S. Senate primary | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | July 17, 2018
As Leah Vukmir and Kevin Nicholson battle for the nomination, plans are underway to unify party for the fall campaign against Democrati Tammy Baldwin        
Suspected leader of Milwaukee drug ring had $1 million cash, 37 guns | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | July 17, 2018
Chauncey Griffin and 23 others are charged with offenses ranging from drug activity and illegally carrying guns to conspiracy to making a firebomb.        
How a dispute over $6,486 became a $409,000 Lemon Law defeat for Mercedes | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | July 17, 2018
Luxury car brand Mercedes-Benz owes a woman more than $400,000 because it failed to refund her money after a Lemon Law claim, the Wisconsin Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday.        
Scott Walker has not been contacted by FBI over interactions with Russian, campaign says | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | July 17, 2018
Scott Walker has not been contacted by the FBI for his interactions with a Russian woman accused of interfering with U.S. politics, according to his campaign.        
Milwaukee police investigating homicide on North Old World 3rd Street downtown | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | July 17, 2018
Milwaukee police responded to North Old World 3rd Street downtown to conduct a homicide investigation        
Milwaukee police investigating death on North Old World 3rd Street downtown | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | July 17, 2018
Milwaukee police responded to North Old World 3rd Street downtown to conduct a death investigation        
Democrats will visit Milwaukee next month as site selection battle heats up for 2020 convention | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | July 17, 2018
Top Democrats will visit Milwaukee next month as the city tries to host the 2020 Democratic National Convention        
Milwaukee-based Guitars for Vets helps veterans across the country stay mentally in tune | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | July 17, 2018
Eleven years ago, Guitars for Vets started in Milwaukee. Now the nonprofit that teaches veterans to play guitar is in 40 states.        
Semi rollover blocks all lanes of I-41/U.S. 45 at Mayfair Road in Wauwatosa | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | July 17, 2018
The lanes are expected to be closed for at least three hours.        
Semi crash blocks lanes on I-41/U.S. 45 at Mayfair Road in Wauwatosa | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | July 17, 2018
Northbound lanes of I-41/U.S. 45 remain closed at the Zoo Interchange.        
Illinois man suspected of killing three men and paralyzing child arrested in Milwaukee | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | July 17, 2018
Milwaukee police have arrested Sydney T. Mays, a suspect in an Illinois shooting that left three men dead and a 4-year-old paralyzed.        
Milwaukee Magazine | July 17, 2018
Cutting down on waste is the mission of this cocktail bar, run by two very creative local mixologists. The post The Lost Whale, Bay View’s New ‘Green Bar’ appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Milwaukee Magazine | July 17, 2018
A splendid taste of the French Riviera right in the Third Ward. The post Dish of the Month: Tre Rivali’s Tuna Niçoise appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Milwaukee Magazine | July 17, 2018
See your pup's pics from our Bastille Days pet photobooth. Photos by Ashley Doelger. The post 2018 MKE Cutest Frenchie Gallery appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Christkindlmarket Milwaukee will open Nov. 17 on plaza outside new Milwaukee Bucks arena | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | July 16, 2018
A Christkindlmarket will be held at the entertainment block outside the new Milwaukee Bucks area, the Bucks announced Monday.        
Mike McCabe raises $156,000 as campaign finance reports in governor's race begin to roll in | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | July 16, 2018
Democratic candidate for governor Mike McCabe raised more than $156,000 in the first half of 2018, the liberal activist said Monday.        
Scott Walker raises millions more in 2018 than Democratic challengers, campaign says | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | July 16, 2018
Gov. Scott Walker raised $5.5 million in the the first half of 2018, his campaign said Monday.        
Officials mum on whether safety precautions were taken ahead of fatal Sun Prairie explosion | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | July 16, 2018
Officials won't say whether workers who cut the gas line took the first step toward preventing the kind of explosion that destroyed buildings in downtown Sun Prairie and killed city firefighter Cory Barr.        
Punch Bowl Social to bring bowling, karaoke, food and drinks to Milwaukee Bucks arena complex | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | July 16, 2018
Punch Bowl Social will open a restaurant, bar and gaming emporium a key building in the Milwaukee Bucks entertainment block.