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Lt. Gov. candidate Mandela Barnes compares Trump immigration policies to a 'race to create a superior race' | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | September 21, 2018
Democratic lieutenant governor candidate Mandela Barnes this week said President Donald Trump's immigration policies are "like a race to create a superior race."        
Middleton shooter's concealed carry permit was revoked in 2004 after 'mental health' incident | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | September 21, 2018
Anthony Y. Tong illegally obtained the pistol he used to shoot his co-workers after having his concealed carry permit revoked after an incident involving police in Sioux Falls, S.D.        
Scott Walker top aide talks to London financier about selling Wisconsin roads, rejects idea | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | September 21, 2018
Scott Walker's transportation secretary recently talked to a London financier about selling off Wisconsin's highways but rejected the idea.        
Milwaukee health staffer scaled back cleanups of homes with lead-poisoned children, records show | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | September 21, 2018
A Health Department staffer scaled back efforts to clean up homes with lead-poisoned children, according to documents released by the city.        
Police District 2 to hold open house Sunday | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | September 21, 2018
Food and refreshments will be provided at the event at 245 West Lincoln Ave.        
Milwaukee County's maintenance backlog for parks now 'seemingly insurmountable,' report says | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | September 21, 2018
Wisconsin Policy Forum report says Milwaukee County lacks resources to take on "insurmountable backlog" of deferred maintenance.        
Tomah VA therapists use Fort McCoy combat simulator to help veterans with PTSD | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | September 21, 2018
In a unique partnership, Tomah VA Medical Clinic therapists are treating veterans for PTSD at Fort McCoy combat simulator        
Teens create public service announcement warning of dangers of carjacking | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | September 21, 2018
About a half dozen teens from the Running Rebels have created two videos confronting the issue of carjacking in a campaign called, "Jack a car, jack up your life."        
Heavily armed gunman, identified as a 43-year-old man, acted alone in Middleton shooting, police say | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | September 21, 2018
The gunman who shot four people at a Dane County software company on Wednesday had been with the firm since April 2017 and had just purchased a new home.        
Tammy Baldwin ad on health care gets quick response from Leah Vukmir in Wisconsin U.S. Senate race | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | September 21, 2018
Leah Vukmir responds with a letter to nurse at center of latest ad by Tammy Baldwin on health care        
Video captures thief stealing artwork from Walker's Point bus shelter -- then using a bus to get away | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | September 21, 2018
After stealing the piece of art installed by the Milwaukee County Transit System the thief fled the scene on a transit system bus.        
Silver Alert issued for man missing near Milwaukee VA center | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | September 21, 2018
The Wisconsin Department of Justice has issued a Silver Alert in Milwaukee County for Hiram McClain Jr.        
Newspaper redelivery unavailable Saturday and Sunday | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | September 21, 2018
Because of systems maintenance, anyone whose newspaper delivery is missed Saturday and Sunday will not be able to call to have the paper delivered later in the day.        
Raw video: Art stolen from Milwaukee bus stop | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | September 21, 2018
Raw video shows artwork being stolen from a Milwaukee bus stop and the suspect entering and exiting a bus        
Milwaukee Magazine | September 21, 2018
Celebrate Milwaukee’s future with music, technology and more this weekend. The post This New Tech/Art Event is Basically Milwaukee’s SXSW appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Milwaukee Magazine | September 21, 2018
As if you needed more than one. The post 10 Reasons to Bring Your Fur Baby to Petfest on Saturday appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Milwaukee Magazine | September 21, 2018
The Illinois state capitol and hometown of Abraham Lincoln is only about a five-hour road trip from downtown Milwaukee. The post Take a Weekend Getaway to Springfield, Illinois appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Milwaukee Magazine | September 21, 2018
Also: a new Third Ward happy hour, and the restaurant opening in Historic Turner Hall The post This Bites: Bob’s Burgers at Lazy Susan; Vegan ‘Sol’ Food & Drink Expo appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Milwaukee Magazine | September 21, 2018
He may already be the greatest Milwaukee musician of his generation, and he seems to be gunning for the title of “best actor” too. The post Milwaukee Rapper IshDARR Talks Music, What It’s Like to Work with Matthew McConaughey appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Wisconsin dairy farmers, in debt and out of options, turn to GoFundMe for bailout | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | September 20, 2018
Some farms have raised nearly $200,000 to pay off debt and remain afloat.        
Activists gather to mark 50-year anniversary of 'Milwaukee 14' raid on draft offices | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | September 20, 2018
Several surviving members of the Milwaukee 14 and others involved in local peace and justice movements of the day will attend the event.        
Vincent Lyles, president and CEO of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee, is stepping down | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | September 20, 2018
After seven years leading the organization, Vincent Lyles has resigned as president and CEO of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee.        
Wisconsin U.S. Senate race: Vukmir, Baldwin take their health care clash to Twitter | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | September 20, 2018
Defeated GOP candidate Kevin Nicholson emails backers and reaffirms support for Vukmir        
Summerfest approves up to $50 million for amphitheater remodeling project | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | September 20, 2018
American Family Insurance Amphitheater renovation will begin in weeks, with first phase to include raising the roof and new dressing rooms        
Stingl: South Shore Yacht Club Bartender pulls a drowning woman from Lake Michigan | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | September 20, 2018
Like most emergencies we encounter in life, it all happened so fast. There's little time to think. Just to act.        
Bloodsucking menace of mosquitoes continues late-season invasion in Wisconsin | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | September 20, 2018
Residents of Wisconsin in recent days have experienced the season's worst mosquito hatch, and one of the worst hatches in memory.        
Former Wisconsin U.S. Senate candidate Kevin Nicholson issues call to support Leah Vukmir | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | September 20, 2018
Losing Republican U.S. Senate candidate breaks silence after Aug. 14 loss with an email that keeps his future political options open        
See your social network on this fascinating interactive map based on Facebook data | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | September 20, 2018
An interactive map based on Facebook data shows that most people are friends with people who live nearby.        
Tony Evers considers a range of tax hikes and cuts as he calls Scott Walker's priorities 'out of whack' | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | September 20, 2018
Tony Evers said he was considering a broad range of changes to Wisconsin’s taxes if he beats GOP Gov. Scott Walker this fall.        
Tony Evers says under Scott Walker state's priorities are 'out of whack' | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | September 20, 2018
State schools Superintendent Tony Evers called for targeting education funds to those who are poor, have special needs or are learning English.        
Heavily armed gunman, identified as a 43-year-old Verona man, acted alone in Middleton shooting, police say | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | September 20, 2018
The heavily armed man who seriously wounded three people at a Middleton software company was identified Thursday as 43-year-old Anthony Y. Tong.        
Condition of most seriously wounded Middleton shooting victim upgraded | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | September 20, 2018
The condition of the most seriously wounded person in workplace shooting in Middleton has been upgraded, Police Chief Charles Foulke said Thursday.        
Lawyers of Brett Kavanaugh accuser will no longer host fundraiser for Tammy Baldwin in Washington, D.C. | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | September 20, 2018
The Oct. 1 event in Washington, D.C., was to be hosted by attorneys Debra Katz and Lisa Bank who represent Christine Blasey Ford.        
Milwaukee Magazine | September 20, 2018
What is UWM doing to make its LGBT students feel so welcome? The post UWM is (Again) Named a Top University for LGBT Students appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Milwaukee Magazine | September 20, 2018
Their latest brew is rooted in baseball and bobbleheads The post Broken Bat is Releasing a Pale Ale With Milwaukee Legend Tim Dillard appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Milwaukee Magazine | September 20, 2018
Festival season isn't over yet! The post 16 Things To Do This Weekend: Sept. 21-23 appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Gunman opens fire, four people wounded at Middleton software company | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | September 19, 2018
Authorities say four people were wounded at a Middleton software company Wednesday morning        
Police kill gunman who shot and wounded four in Middleton office building rampage | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | September 19, 2018
Authorities say four workers were wounded and the gunman was killed by police at a Middleton software company Wednesday.        
Police kill gunman who shot and wounded three in Middleton office building rampage | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | September 19, 2018
Authorities say three workers were wounded and a gunman was shot by police at a Middleton software company Wednesday morning        
'Shame on Paul Ryan': Randy Bryce's mom calls for GOP attack ad featuring Bryce's brother to be taken off the air | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | September 19, 2018
Nancy Bryce is calling for a GOP attack ad against her son Randy, featuring his brother James, to be taken off the air.        
Informed Voter: Truth vs. Fiction In Campaign Ads | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | September 19, 2018
Election day is more than six weeks away, but one thing is almost assured: the war of attack ads will continue to heat up in the coming days.        
Neighbor calls cops on black candidate campaigning for Assembly in Madison | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | September 19, 2018
An African-American woman who will join the Assembly in January had police called on her last month when she was campaigning in a white neighborhood.        
Milwaukee police seek two men in armed carjacking that took place in August | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | September 19, 2018
Two men used a handgun to steal a vehicle on North Teutonia Avenue, police say.        
Scott Walker accuses Tony Evers of being 'bought and paid for' by unions | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | September 19, 2018
Gov. Scott Walker accused his opponent of being "bought and paid for by the unions" and decried spending by outside groups.        
What to do if you think your mail was stolen or if it's missing | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | September 19, 2018
One Postal Service worker admitted to stealing more than 6,000 pieces of mail. Here's what you can do if you think your mail was impacted.        
All southbound lanes are closed on I-41 at Waukesha County Highway Q in Menomonee Falls | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | September 19, 2018
A crash has forced the closing of all southbound lanes on I-41 at Waukesha County Highway Q.        
Military vehicles and SWAT teams in downtown Milwaukee? Relax. It's a law enforcement conference | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | September 19, 2018
Military vehicles and SWAT team personnel from around the country are in Milwaukee for a conference        
Police respond to shooting at Middleton office building, situation reported to be 'contained' | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | September 19, 2018
Authorities are responding to an active shooter situation at an office building in Middleton.        
China Lights: 5 things to know before you go to Panda-Mania at Whitnall Park | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | September 19, 2018
Boerner Botanical Gardens will be transformed into well-lighted Panda habitats with the return of the China Lights lantern festival.        
Reports: Active shooter at office building in Middleton | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | September 19, 2018
Reports say there is an active shooter situation in Middleton