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Downtown Milwaukee homeless encampment known as Tent City almost cleared out | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 18, 2019
The number of occupied tents that had swelled to 38 beneath the I-794 overpass at North 6th and West Clybourn streets has been reduced to four.        
Winter storm warning issued for southern Wisconsin; heavy snow possible especially near Lake Michigan | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 18, 2019
Snow is expected to be heavy at times in southeastern Wisconsin from Friday night into Saturday.        
Milwaukee Magazine | January 18, 2019
Don't think "traditional French" when you're dining at the Third Ward's Fauntleroy. In fact, leave your preconceived notions at the door. The post Restaurant Review: Fauntleroy Carves a Niche for Itself appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Judge finds Republicans violated free speech rights by blocking liberal group on Twitter | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 18, 2019
A federal judge ruled Friday that three Wisconsin Republicans violated the First Amendment rights of a liberal group by blocking it on Twitter.        
Milwaukee County 'Fair Deal' group calls for sweeping changes to avert financial crisis | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 18, 2019
The group approved a resolution packed with changes aimed at helping the county address its deficit, which could grow to nearly $80 million by 2023.        
Fire death now homicide/arson investigation | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 18, 2019
The fire was reported shortly before 6 a.m. in a vacant house the 4000 block of North 24th Place.        
Milwaukee Magazine | January 18, 2019
As many as nine professors could join the 2-year-old program. The post New Hires at Marquette to Boost Racial and Ethnic Studies appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Milwaukee Magazine | January 18, 2019
Don't tell Bill Murray. The post The Zoo will actually have a groundhog for Groundhog Day this year appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Women veterans are 'not invisible': New exhibit will feature photos of Wisconsin's female vets | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 18, 2019
Wisconsin is the latest state to participate in the "I Am Not Invisible" project honoring female veterans for their service.        
Assembly Republicans propose plan to pay for Tony Evers' tax cut | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 17, 2019
Assembly Republicans released a plan that cuts income taxes using funds from a budget surplus — framing the proposal as a way to also help Gov. Tony Evers keep a campaign promise.        
Milwaukee Magazine | January 17, 2019
Got a dining question? Our critic answers it. The post Ask Ann: Is 20% Still the Going Rate for Tipping? appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Chill out: UCLA study, funded by Harley-Davidson, says motorcycling reduces stress, improves mental health | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 17, 2019
Study, funded by Harley-Davidson, says results similar to light exercise        
Jake Patterson, suspect in Closs case, washed out of Marines because of character issues | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 17, 2019
Jake Patterson served only five weeks in the Marines before washing out of boot camp.        
Winter storm watch issued for southern Wisconsin; heavy snow possible especially near Lake Michigan | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 17, 2019
Snow is expected to be heavy at times in southeastern Wisconsin from Friday night into Saturday.        
Constitutional amendment for crime victims put off, likely for a year | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 17, 2019
Lawmakers are putting off a referendum — likely for a year — aimed at strengthening crime victims' rights.        
Judge eliminates Wisconsin early voting limits approved by GOP lawmakers during lame-duck session | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 17, 2019
Moving swiftly, a federal judge on Thursday struck down limits on early voting that Republican lawmakers approved last month in a lame-duck session.        
UNISON says external audit finds no evidence of embezzlement | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 17, 2019
UNISON, the nonprofit that was rocked by the arrest late last year of its chief executive, says no funds left the organization.        
Winter storm watch issued with 4-8 inches of snow expected Friday and Saturday in southeastern Wisconsin | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 17, 2019
Southeastern Wisconsin could get the remnants of a major storm hitting the middle of the country, dropping 4-8 inches of snow late Friday into Saturday.        
Body found on Oak Leaf Trail near Lincoln Memorial Drive prompting a death investigation | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 17, 2019
Milwaukee police and the medical examiner's office are conducting a death investigation for a body found on the Oak Leaf Trail.        
Milwaukee Magazine | January 17, 2019
Grave Digger, Zombie, Monster Energy oh my! The post Fiserv Forum Fills its Arena with Dirt and Sand for Weekend Monster Jam appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Milwaukee Magazine | January 17, 2019
We asked rookie driver Justin Hicks to tell us how it feels to sit behind the wheel of a 1,500-hundred horsepower, 12,000-pound truck. The post What’s It Like to Drive a Monster Truck? appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Man dies after slipping, falling on ice | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 17, 2019
Mark John Jollie, 58, was reported down on the pavement in the 1200 block of North Van Buren Street shortly before 6:30 a.m. Wednesday.        
Dealership sold vehicles after altering titles, reducing mileage | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 17, 2019
The wholesaler license for Cuzco Auto Mart was revoked after officials determined it was also selling vehicles without a retail dealer license.        
Wisconsin GOP lawmakers seek to hire attorneys at taxpayer expense to defend lame-duck laws | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 17, 2019
GOP legislators took the first step Wednesday to hiring private attorneys at taxpayer expense to fight a lawsuit challenging lame-duck laws.        
Milwaukee Magazine | January 17, 2019
The enduring words of a young victim of gun violence The post Read the Award-Winning Essay by Sandra Parks, a Young Victim of Milwaukee Gun Violence appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Planned Parenthood sues to overturn some Wisconsin abortion restrictions | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 16, 2019
Planned Parenthood asked a judge to strike down laws that prevent nurses from performing abortions and limit the ability of women to obtain abortion drugs.        
For 27 years this paralyzed Air Force veteran could not walk. Now a robotic exoskeleton has him on his feet. | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 16, 2019
An Air Force veteran paralyzed in 1991 is taking part in an exoskeleton study through the Milwaukee VA Medical Center.        
Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett leads challengers in fundraising for 2020 race | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 16, 2019
Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett has a hefty cash advantage over his challengers in the 2020 mayoral race.        
Milwaukee Magazine | January 16, 2019
Looking for a new way to spend your leisure time? Pet a kitty while sipping an espresso – or Meowmosa – at the cat cafe. The post What It’s Like to Visit Sip & Purr, Milwaukee’s Cat Cafe appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Milwaukee Magazine | January 16, 2019
A lot of pieces needed to come together for First Stage to make one of Roald Dahl's opuses work on stage. They did come together. The post Musical Review: ‘Matilda’ Makes it in Milwaukee appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Tony Evers likely to include 'first step' to medical marijuana in his state budget | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 16, 2019
The "first step" toward legalizing marijuana for medical purposes will likely be included in Gov. Tony Evers' first state budget proposal, he said Wednesday.        
As shutdown continues, government reopening Farm Service Agency offices for 3 days to help farmers with loans, taxes | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 16, 2019
Staff will be available to help farmers with existing loans.        
Ridership on The Hop rises in December, the new Milwaukee streetcar's second month of operation | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 16, 2019
Average daily ridership of the new Milwaukee streetcar rose in December        
2-6 inches of snow forecast Friday and Saturday in southeastern Wisconsin, followed by bitter cold | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 16, 2019
Southeastern Wisconsin could get the remnants of a major storm hitting the middle of the country, dropping 2-6 inches of snow late Friday into Saturday.        
Federal shutdown interfering with Milwaukee's efforts to clean up homes with lead hazards | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 16, 2019
The city has been under a "stop work order" from federal officials for nearly a year because of concerns about its lead cleanup work.        
A firearm that sends a text if it's moved: Innovators pitch law enforcement on the latest smart guns | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 16, 2019
The Don't Stand Idly By movement hopes law enforcement and the military might start demanding new-age weapons.        
Thousands of dollars raised for Wisconsin Coast Guard families affected by shutdown | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 16, 2019
The outpouring of support for local U.S. Coast Guard members has been overwhelming as USO Wisconsin collects money and gift cards.        
Milwaukee Magazine | January 16, 2019
In the past few years, shaky, grainy videos of police encounters have become staples of the news – and a powerful tool to shape public opinion. The post Do Police Body Cameras Back the Badge? appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Skeletal remains found along Oak Leaf Trail are those of homeless man | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 15, 2019
The remains were identified by the Milwaukee County Medical Examiner's Office as those of Timothy Leroy Carr, 52.        
Scott Walker, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez get into Twitter fight over marginal tax rates | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 15, 2019
Former Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and Democratic U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez battle over marginal tax rates.        
Tony Evers signals he won't support GOP bill aimed at protecting pre-existing conditions coverage | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 15, 2019
The bill requires health plans and self-insured governmental plans to cover pre-existing conditions and not charge higher premiums for patients' with such health histories, should the Affordable Care Act be overturned.        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 15, 2019
Preparing for the Milwaukee Boat Show        
Milwaukee Magazine | January 15, 2019
Baby, it's cold outside, so we've got some indoor and outdoor events for all your winter needs. The post 10 Things to do this Weekend: January 17-20 appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Milwaukee Magazine | January 15, 2019
This Chicago-born Twin Cities resident would rather be in Milwaukee. The post 5 Reasons I Love Milwaukee: Sarah Butler appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Devon Sweeney, the critically ill boy who for his 11th birthday received cards from all over the world, has died | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 15, 2019
Devon Sweeney, who for his 11th birthday received birthday cards from all over the world, has died. He was 12.        
In Michigan, officials use deer to find chemical pollutants; Wisconsin is relying on fish | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 15, 2019
Wildlife are key markers for a class of contaminants that are attracting growing attention in Wisconsin and nationally.        
'It's truly scary': Wisconsin's Indian tribes squeezed by federal government shutdown | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 15, 2019
Wisconsin's Indian tribes are affected by the federal shutdown because grants normally funded to tribes are not being paid.        
Wedding barn owners, conservative legal group plan suit against Evers administration to settle debate over liquor licenses | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 15, 2019
Two farmers who rent out their barns for weddings are suing Gov. Tony Evers and his administration over liquor licenses.        
Milwaukee Magazine | January 15, 2019
Danceworks instructors have helped more than 25,000 students find their footing through the organization’s Mad Hot program. The post Milwaukee Students Find Their Footing Through Danceworks’ Popular Mad Hot Program appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Lincoln Hills youth prison not keeping inmates' cells 'suicide resistant,' monitor finds | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 14, 2019
A new report shows staff at the state's youth prison are not taking steps to prevent suicide attempts even after taxpayers paid $19 million to a former inmate who suffered severe brain damage after guards there ignored the suicidal girl's call for help.      &...
Tony Evers talks business, entrepreneurship as jobs agency puts new emphasis on startups | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 14, 2019
The state's economic development agency is forming a committee on entrepreneurship and innovation, but the move underscores Gov. Tony Evers' weakened powers as much as his approach to Wisconsin's economy.        
'It's hideous': Bay View residents bristle at towering three-story mansion being built by Ald. Tony Zielinski | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 14, 2019
Ald. Tony Zielinski bought and razed a 1921 colonial-style house and is replacing it with a towering, 6,000-square-foot mansion in a quiet Bay View neighborhood.        
Milwaukee Magazine | January 14, 2019
Edo de Waart conducts Wagner’s thrilling opera. The post Review: MSO’s ‘The Flying Dutchman’ Gets a Well-deserved Standing Ovation appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Milwaukee Magazine | January 14, 2019
With enthusiasm and expert musicianship, the Madison-based cover band is a joy to watch. The post Review: Steely Dane Brings Endless Energy and Nostalgia to the Pabst appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Milwaukee Magazine | January 14, 2019
The Brass Tap is pouring a ton of rarities at its fourth anniversary party on Friday. Be sure not to miss it if you're a fan of hard-to-find beers. The post Beer Events Brewing This Week: Jan. 14-20 appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Milwaukee Magazine | January 14, 2019
A look back at the biggest changes to our restaurant scene last year. The post The 2018 Milwaukee Dining Year in Review appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Freezing drizzle in tonight's forecast could make roads slick for morning commuters | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 14, 2019
A winter weather advisory was issued because of freezing drizzle in the forecast for southern Wisconsin tonight and tomorrow morning.        
USO Wisconsin collecting gift cards for Coast Guardsmen working without pay because of shutdown | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 14, 2019
Coast Guardsmen are not getting paid during the government shutdown so USO Wisconsin is collecting gift cards to help them.        
The Wisconsin legislative session is starting out with litigation, and it will cost taxpayers | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 14, 2019
The start of the new legislative session may take place in the courthouse as much as the statehouse. The legal bills will start piling up soon.        
'This is a pro-business administration': Tony Evers talks up his policy goals | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 14, 2019
Gov. Tony Evers came to Milwaukee Monday to assure business and political leaders he is on their side as he unveiled broad policy initiatives.        
Rain forecast for Monday with chance for rain-snow mix on Tuesday | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 14, 2019
Monday is expected to be windy and wet with wind gusts up to 30 mph, prompting the weather service to issue a lakeshore flood advisory.        
Milwaukee Magazine | January 13, 2019
Suiting their faith- and love-based lifestyle, a local couple creates the vow renewal of their dreams in Jamaica. The post Real Wedding: A Milwaukee Couple Travels to Jamaica for an Intimate Vow Renewal appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Milwaukee Magazine | January 13, 2019
The relationship between declining DUIs and ride-hailing services isn’t as cut and dried as you might think. The post Are Uber & Lyft Really Keeping Drunk Drivers Off the Streets? appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Milwaukee Magazine | January 13, 2019
With an amusement park, children’s museum and much more, a short trip up north to the football capital of the world is sure to be enjoyable for all ages. The post Take a Weekend Getaway to Green Bay for the Whole Family appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Milwaukee Magazine | January 13, 2019
Consider this Bachelorette Parties: 101 The post How to Throw a Tailor-Made Milwaukee Bachelorette Party appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Milwaukee Magazine | January 13, 2019
What's in store for the craft beer scene in 2019? We asked a few people in the know to each look into their crystal ball. The post What’s In Store For 2019: Predictions from 6 Local Beer Experts appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Milwaukee Magazine | January 13, 2019
Now there's more of the cozy Cass Street restaurant to love. The post Buckley’s Unveils Its New Addition appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Milwaukee Magazine | January 13, 2019
There's never a dull moment in Milwaukee, and we've got 11 more reasons why. The post 11 Things to do This Weekend: January 10-13 appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Milwaukee Magazine | January 13, 2019
In light of the death of dogged Milwaukee PI Ira Robins, a look back at a 2003 MilMag profile of him. The post Looking Back at ‘Obsession’: Ira Robins’ Quest for Justice for Laurie Bembenek appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Milwaukee Magazine | January 13, 2019
The weekly culinary podcast featuring Mil Mag's Ann Christenson and 88Nine Radio Milwaukee's Tarik Moody The post This Bites: Food Predictions for 2019 appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Milwaukee Magazine | January 13, 2019
A newlywed who had always set her sights on the city learns to make peace with life in Tosa. The post Living in the Suburbs Isn’t So Bad, Right? appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Milwaukee Magazine | January 13, 2019
Mundanity becomes more behind bars, as seen through the multi-talented Nigel Poor's "The San Quentin Project," which will be exhibited at the Milwaukee Art Museum until March 10. The post Review: On the Other Side of Freedom, ‘The San Quentin Project’ at the MAM appeared first on Milwauk...
Milwaukee Magazine | January 13, 2019
Ways to stay warm and entertained on the cheap this winter The post $25 and Under: Indoor Winter Activities appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Teen vaping has become an epidemic, state health officials warn in new advisory | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 13, 2019
E-cigarette use among Wisconsin high school students has increased 154 percent over the last four years.        
Milwaukee Magazine | January 13, 2019
The culinary podcast featuring 88Nine's Tarik Moody and Mil Mag's Ann Christenson talking about all things dining-related. The post This Bites: Meraki, and the Cat Cafe appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Spectacular blast collapses roof of Bradley Center on Sunday morning | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 13, 2019
The Milwaukee Bucks blew the roof off the Bradley Center on Sunday morning.        
Union Grove man struck, killed by car while walking on Kenosha highway | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 12, 2019
The 51-year-old man was struck shortly before 3 a.m. Saturday on County Highway H, about a quarter mile north of County Highway S.        
Auction of Nazi pins in Wisconsin draws criticism | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 12, 2019
Among the items for sale Saturday at a southern Wisconsin auction business is a box of World War II German replica pins featuring swastikas.        
Aviation workers protest in Milwaukee: Shutdown poses dangers, they say | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 12, 2019
About a dozen members of the Professional Aviation Safety Specialists union picketed outside Mitchell International Airport to bring attention to their plight.        
What's inside a $41,000 ice shanty? A fireplace, LED party lighting, satellite TV and more | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 12, 2019
The fanciest fish houses have a fireplace, satellite TV, a hot shower, party lighting and underwater cameras.        
Nosy dispatcher sniffs out house fire in Milwaukee, prevents tragedy | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 12, 2019
Ambulance dispatcher Thomas Kloiber smelled smoke. He and his co-workers helped prevent a potential tragedy.        
Police ask help in search for liquor store robber | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 12, 2019
Steve’s Liquor Store, 6213 W. Appleton Ave., was robbed shortly after 7 p.m. Wednesday.        
'We are in this together': Milwaukee police chief calls for community help to keep homicides, shootings low in 2019 | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 12, 2019
Homicides are down citywide, but in some areas, rates remain much higher than average        
Tony Evers names top deputies as he prepares to take office Monday | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 12, 2019
Tony Evers filled out his Capitol office with three more aides — two who have worked for top Democrats in the Legislature and a former party spokeswoman.        
The Bradley Center roof blast: Here's what to expect for the big event Sunday morning | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 11, 2019
The Milwaukee Bucks will blow the Bradley Center roof Sunday. Here's what you need to know.        
Overtime at Wisconsin prisons continues to soar, topping $50 million in 2018 | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 11, 2019
The overtime costs underscore the budget challenges Gov. Tony Evers and lawmakers will face with the state's correctional system.        
Tony Evers says he will follow lame-duck laws after all, has 'no intent of breaking the law' | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 11, 2019
Gov.-elect Tony Evers indicated Thursday he would follow new laws curbing his powers, a day after saying he would not do so.        
Milwaukee Bucks to give receiving blankets to all babies born at Froedtert hospitals in 2019 | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 11, 2019
The Bucks and Froedtert plan to give blankets to every baby born at the four hospitals in the health care network this year — likely between 4,000 and 5,000.        
Nature Conservancy buys Waukesha County parcel that includes tributary to Mukwonago River | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 11, 2019
The purchase by The Nature Conservancy will protect one of the most biologically significant rivers in the region.        
Milwaukee police are investigating the disappearance of a 14-year-old  girl | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 11, 2019
A 14-year-old girl was last seen at Mayfair mall before she was reported missing on Tuesday afternoon.        
Milwaukee Bucks to hold hiring fair on Thursday to fill 150 Fiserv Forum positions | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 11, 2019
The Milwaukee Bucks will hold a hiring fair Thursday to fill 150 jobs at Fiserv Forum including security, guest services, retail and stagehands.        
Glenn Grothman is one of seven House members to vote against back pay for federal workers | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 11, 2019
The Wisconsin congressman opposed bipartisan bill to ensure paychecks keep coming for furloughed workers.        
Lane closures on northbound I-894 start Friday night | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 10, 2019
Lanes will be closed for the installation of a dynamic message sign board near Cleveland Avenue that will help convey travel conditions to drivers.        
Lisa Neubauer has fundraising edge over Brian Hagedorn in Wisconsin Supreme Court race | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 10, 2019
The candidates for state Supreme Court raised more than $300,000 each, but Lisa Neubauer has about $200,000 more in her bank account than Brian Hagedorn.        
Assembly Republicans expand staff ahead of budget fights using former aides to Scott Walker | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 10, 2019
Assembly Republicans have added more than $300,000 to their payroll as they gear up for the Democratic administration        
Tony Evers says it will take a lawsuit to get him to go along with lame-duck legislation | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 10, 2019
Incoming Gov. Tony Evers said he would not go along with parts of lame-duck legislation that curb his powers.        
U.S. Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner recuperating after hip replacement surgery | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 10, 2019
Jim Sensenbrenner, the dean of Wisconsin's congressional delegation, underwent successful hip replacement surgery Thursday, his office said.        
Milwaukee County bus driver saw a baby wandering on the street alone; she stopped to help | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 10, 2019
Irena Ivic is the ninth MCTS bus driver to help reunite a missing child with their family.        
Groups to file lawsuit seeking to void lame-duck laws | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 10, 2019
Groups will ask a Dane County judge to invalidate new laws that have shifted power from Gov. Evers and Attorney General Kaul.        
Seth Meyers talks County Stadium, Tammy Baldwin and Donald Trump ahead of Milwaukee appearance | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | January 10, 2019
The late-night TV host and Saturday Night Live alum headlines "Laugh It Up Milwaukee 2019" Saturday night at the Pabst Theater.