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Trump stumble? Says Foxconn will be 'fantastic plant' but only thinks it will be in Wisconsin | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Trump stumble? Says Foxconn will be 'fantastic plant' but only thinks it will be in Wisconsin
President Donald Trump praised the flat screen plant being planned by Foxconn Technology Group for Racine County, saying it would be "one of the biggest in the country."        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | October 19, 2017
Milwaukee aldermen, Mayor Tom Barrett clash over Police Chief Ed Flynn's future and budget cuts | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Milwaukee aldermen, Mayor Tom Barrett clash over Police Chief Ed Flynn's future and budget cuts
Mayor Tom Barrett and some council members have been battling over the future of Police Chief Edward Flynn and a budget that is being squeezed in all directions.        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | October 19, 2017
Man found dead in Milwaukee fire | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Man found dead in Milwaukee fire
The fire was reported shortly after 7:30 a.m. in the basement of a commercial building in the 8400 block of W. Lisbon Ave., Deputy Chief Terry Lintonen said.        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | October 19, 2017
Animal rights group wins court fight for UW monkey research records | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Animal rights group wins court fight for UW monkey research records
Court of Appeals rules for animal legal defense, finds UW committee notes are public records        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | October 19, 2017
Bice: Chris Abele targets County Board with $250,000 ad campaign to win support for budget | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Bice: Chris Abele targets County Board with $250,000 ad campaign to win support for budget
Instead of simply lobbying for his new county budget, Chris Abele is launching a $250,000 campaign aimed at County Board members and their constituents.        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | October 19, 2017
Things to Do This Weekend: October 19-22 | Milwaukee Magazine Things to Do This Weekend: October 19-22
Do something spooky...or maybe not. The post Things to Do This Weekend: October 19-22 appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Milwaukee Magazine | October 19, 2017
City’s complex housing issues discussed at On the Table dinner | Milwaukee Neighborhood News Serv City’s complex housing issues discussed at On the Table dinner
Community members and leaders share perspectives on local housing problems and potential solutions at Calvary Presbyterian Church as part of Greater Milwaukee Foundation's region-wide initiative.
Milwaukee Neighborhood News Serv | October 19, 2017
Milwaukee police search for missing girl, 16 | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Milwaukee police search for missing girl, 16
Timfany K. McRath was last seen by her family about 9 a.m. Oct. 10 in the 4800 block of N. 45th St.        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | October 19, 2017
Michigan offered Foxconn $3.8B for flat screen plant, still lost to Wisconsin's $3B bid | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Michigan offered Foxconn $3.8B for flat screen plant, still lost to Wisconsin's $3B bid
New documents show Michigan made a $3.8 billion bid for the Foxconn Technology Group factory, appearing to outbid the winning offer from Wisconsin.        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | October 19, 2017
United Community Center to break ground on new STEM and skilled trades middle school | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel United Community Center to break ground on new STEM and skilled trades middle school
UCC breaks ground on a new middle school aimed at better preparing young people for work in the STEM industries and the skilled trades.        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | October 19, 2017
'Justice for All' lets civil rights leader Lloyd Barbee tell his story | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 'Justice for All' lets civil rights leader Lloyd Barbee tell his story
Lloyd A. Barbee fought for racial justice, but never got to tell his own story. "Justice for All," edited by his daughter, is a step toward doing that.        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | October 19, 2017
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker to announce run for third term official on Nov. 5 | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker to announce run for third term official on Nov. 5
Confirming what has long been known, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker will announce on Nov. 5 that he's running for a third term in 2018.        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | October 19, 2017
Milwaukee County panel backs hiring legal experts to file suits against opioid drug makers | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Milwaukee County panel backs hiring legal experts to file suits against opioid drug makers
Milwaukee County takes step toward hiring outside law firm to prepare lawsuits against opioid drug makers, distributors.        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | October 19, 2017
Wisconsin corrections secretary: Juvenile prison safe despite assault of teacher | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Wisconsin corrections secretary: Juvenile prison safe despite assault of teacher
A team of Republican lawmakers wants to replace an aging and overcrowded prison with a facility that would initially be privately financed.        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | October 19, 2017
Best of Milwaukee 2017: 6 Milwaukeens Most Likely To… | Milwaukee Magazine Best of Milwaukee 2017: 6 Milwaukeens Most Likely To…
Our yearbook superlatives for Milwaukeeans who stand out from the crowd The post Best of Milwaukee 2017: 6 Milwaukeens Most Likely To… appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Milwaukee Magazine | October 19, 2017
1 reported dead in Milwaukee fire | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 1 reported dead in Milwaukee fire
A man died in a fire Thursday morning on Milwaukee's north side, according to the Milwaukee County medical examiner's office.        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | October 19, 2017
Milwaukee's historic Soldiers Home renovation begins with fundraising | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Milwaukee's historic Soldiers Home renovation begins with fundraising
A coalition of community organizations and volunteers are launching a capital campaign to support restoration and rehab of six buildings into 101 housing units for veterans and their families who are homeless or risk of becoming homeless.        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | October 18, 2017
State Rep. Cory Mason wins Racine mayor's race | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel State Rep. Cory Mason wins Racine mayor's race
Democratic state Rep. Cory Mason won Tuesday's race for Racine mayor.        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | October 18, 2017
Woman arrested with boyfriend in Milwaukee armed robbery spree thought it was a 'petty crime' | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Woman arrested with boyfriend in Milwaukee armed robbery spree thought it was a 'petty crime'
Laura Walton, 25, and her boyfriend, Deon Batton, 18, were charged with two counts of armed robbery in connection with hold-ups at Subway and Taco Bell on Oct. 9 on the city's north side.        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | October 18, 2017
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker confirms he's running with campaign video | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker confirms he's running with campaign video
In a new campaign video, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker touts his record and makes clear he wants a third term and is running in 2018.        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | October 18, 2017
Cream City Restoration is Coming Back, Now in the Third Ward | Milwaukee Magazine Cream City Restoration is Coming Back, Now in the Third Ward
The boutique celebrates art, community and its new location, October 20-21. The post Cream City Restoration is Coming Back, Now in the Third Ward appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Milwaukee Magazine | October 18, 2017
China Lights lantern festival at Boerner Botanical Gardens extended one week to Oct. 29 | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel China Lights lantern festival at Boerner Botanical Gardens extended one week to Oct. 29
For the second year in a row, the China Lights lantern festival at Boerner Botanical Gardens has been extended one week due to popular demand.        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | October 18, 2017
Mild La Niña will likely mean a colder winter with average pile of snow in Wisconsin | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Mild La Niña will likely mean a colder winter with average pile of snow in Wisconsin
Colder than normal temperatures are predicted this winter with average snowfall.        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | October 18, 2017
Latin jazz legend Palmieri coming to Milwaukee for Mexico, Puerto Rico relief effort | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Latin jazz legend Palmieri coming to Milwaukee for Mexico, Puerto Rico relief effort
All ticket proceeds from the 10 p.m. Oct. 28 concert at the the Potowatomi Hotel & Casino-Woodland Dreams Ballroom will go toward American Red Cross relief efforts for Mexico City and Puerto Rico.        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | October 18, 2017
John Krueger's top 10 Wisconsin public golf courses | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel John Krueger's top 10 Wisconsin public golf courses
John Krueger has golfed at all of Wisonsin's 500-plus courses.        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | October 18, 2017
UW review finds few questionable payments, but no repeat of problems like those of UW-Oshkosh | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel UW review finds few questionable payments, but no repeat of problems like those of UW-Oshkosh
University of Wisconsin officials on turned up questionable payments to foundations but none like the allegedly illegal ones that rocked UW-Oshkosh.        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | October 18, 2017
Unsolved Chapter 8: “I’ll see her in heaven” | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Unsolved Chapter 8: “I’ll see her in heaven”
Police investigate Edward Wayne Edwards, who once worked at the Concord House, where Hack and Drew disappeared from a wedding reception, in connection with Jefferson County’s unsolved deaths.        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | October 18, 2017
Mandela Barnes is considering running for Wisconsin lieutenant governor | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Mandela Barnes is considering running for Wisconsin lieutenant governor
More than a half-dozen Democrats are running for governor next year — and now former state Rep. Mandela Barnes says he is looking at seeking the state’s No. 2 post.        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | October 18, 2017
Latest Milwaukee County pension mistakes to cost up to $3.3 million to fix | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Latest Milwaukee County pension mistakes to cost up to $3.3 million to fix
Latest round of Milwaukee County pension mistakes uncovered in audit will cost up to $3.3 million to correct.        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | October 18, 2017
Search launched for owner of capsized boat in Waukesha County | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Search launched for owner of capsized boat in Waukesha County
The boat was found shortly before 1 p.m. on upper Nashotah Lake in the area of Seminary Ridge in the City of Delafield.        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | October 18, 2017
Limited number of free flu shots available Thursday | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Limited number of free flu shots available Thursday
The vaccinations will be available from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Neighborhood House of Milwaukee, 2819 W. Richardson Place.        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | October 18, 2017
Wisconsin 'dreamers' to demonstrate outside Paul Ryan speech in New York | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Wisconsin 'dreamers' to demonstrate outside Paul Ryan speech in New York
DACA recipients have urged Ryan and Republicans to pass a replacement to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program before its protections lapse.        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | October 18, 2017
South Side residents, businesses step up to help victims in Puerto Rico, Mexico | Milwaukee Neighborhood News Serv South Side residents, businesses step up to help victims in Puerto Rico, Mexico
A fundraiser and supply drive for victims of the natural disasters in Puerto Rico and Mexico will be held at this weekend’s Latino Family Expo.
Milwaukee Neighborhood News Serv | October 18, 2017
How to prevent fraud against the elderly | Milwaukee Neighborhood News Serv How to prevent fraud against the elderly
Financial exploitation of vulnerable adults is a growing problem that causes deep emotional and financial trauma. The financial services industry is working to educate employees and the public to help stop this exploitation.
Milwaukee Neighborhood News Serv | October 18, 2017
Attention: We Now Have a Museum Entirely Dedicated to Beer | Milwaukee Magazine Attention: We Now Have a Museum Entirely Dedicated to Beer
The Milwaukee County Historical Society offers a brewery history lesson at its new Brew City MKE exhibit downtown. The post Attention: We Now Have a Museum Entirely Dedicated to Beer appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Milwaukee Magazine | October 18, 2017
Bud and Suzanne Selig Get their Own Award | Milwaukee Magazine Bud and Suzanne Selig Get their Own Award
Bud and Suzanne Selig will be honored by the Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts this spring. The post Bud and Suzanne Selig Get their Own Award appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Milwaukee Magazine | October 18, 2017
State lawmaker pushes for red-light, speeding cameras in Milwaukee | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel State lawmaker pushes for red-light, speeding cameras in Milwaukee
Amid rising crashes and traffic deaths in Milwaukee, a state lawmaker wants to allow the city to use cameras to catch speeders and drivers who blow through red lights.        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | October 17, 2017
First 'On the Table' draws thousands to brainstorm ways to improve Milwaukee area | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel First 'On the Table' draws thousands to brainstorm ways to improve Milwaukee area
The first "On the Table" drew more than 5,000 participants who brainstormed in groups large and small on ways to better the Milwaukee region.        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | October 17, 2017
Wisconsin elections official blames Brad Schimel for keeping him from talking about gerrymandering | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Wisconsin elections official blames Brad Schimel for keeping him from talking about gerrymandering
The head of the Elections Commission says the attorney general is stopping him from participating in a forum on Wisconsin’s gerrymandering case.        
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | October 17, 2017
Amilinda to Host Nov. 10 Dinner With Award-Winning Cookbook Authors | Milwaukee Magazine Amilinda to Host Nov. 10 Dinner With Award-Winning Cookbook Authors
Chefs from Goodkind, Buckley's, Amilinda and Dandan are among those cooking the five-course meal based on five flavors. The post Amilinda to Host Nov. 10 Dinner With Award-Winning Cookbook Authors appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Milwaukee Magazine | October 17, 2017