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Tammy Baldwin's win - the largest in a top race in Wisconsin in 12 years - offers road map for 2020 | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | November 12, 2018
Tammy Baldwin had the highest vote percentage of any candidate for governor or senator in Wisconsin since Democrat Herb Kohl won re-election in 2006        
Tony Evers could shift direction of Wisconsin DNR, but will face resistance from GOP lawmakers | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | November 12, 2018
The landscape is sure to change, but Republicans will want to hold on to many of the reforms they advanced under Scott Walker.        
Wauwatosa remembers World War I casualties 100 years after the armistice | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | November 12, 2018
Wauwatosa's World War I memorial disappeared years ago so the community installed a new tribute to four casualties on the centennial of the armistice.        
Tony Evers' campaign manager to serve as his chief of staff as Wisconsin governor | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | November 12, 2018
Incoming Gov. Tony Evers' campaign manager will serve as his top adviser and his transition team will be headed by an aide to former U.S. Sen. Herb Kohl.        
UW-La Crosse chancellor to personally pay porn star's speaking fee after news of campus visit blows up | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | November 12, 2018
UW-La Crosse chancellor also will invite nonprofit anti-porn group to send a speaker as "another way to promote free expression on our campus."        
Giant crane removes a key piece of Miller Park roof to replace a bearing that makes odd noise | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | November 12, 2018
A large crane lifted two pieces of the 66 ton Miller Park roof engine to the left field plaza        
Boys into men: Milwaukee initiative trains coaches to guide young athletes on relationship violence | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | November 12, 2018
Thirty Milwaukee coaches will begin a Coaching Boys into Men initiative to prevent gun, domestic and sexual violence.        
Baraboo school district condemns a photo showing a large group of students giving Nazi salute | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | November 12, 2018
The school district is condemning a photo showing dozens of students giving a Nazi salute        
Killed hours before end of WWI, 'peace seemed as far away as ever' for Wisconsin soldier | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | November 11, 2018
On the centennial of the end of World War I, the Wisconsin Veterans Museum keeps soldiers' stories, and sacrifice, alive.        
Milwaukee Magazine | November 11, 2018
Discover a ginormous handmade clock in, of all places, a River Hills wine cellar. The post The Handmade Clock Inside This River Hills Wine Cellar is a Steampunk Dream appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Milwaukee Magazine | November 11, 2018
A culinary podcast where the conversation focuses on MKE's ever-growing dining scene. The post This Bites: Spring Rolls, An Ode to Abu’s and a Food Hall appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Milwaukee Magazine | November 11, 2018
Got a dining question? Our critic answers it. The post Ask Ann: What Restaurants are Offering Thanksgiving Dinner? appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Trove of letters brings Milwaukee 'wandering boy' back to life a century after his death in World War I | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | November 10, 2018
Janet Bode has around 200 pages of letters from her uncle, Harold Reilly, a World WarI I Marine killed days before the war ended.        
Raking up: Marquette students help Milwaukee residents with fall chores | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | November 10, 2018
About 375 Marquette University students pitched in Saturday to rake leaves, do winter prep work for senior citizens.        
Milwaukee Magazine | November 10, 2018
A handful of Milwaukee's own have appeared as characters in films and television. The post 8 Milwaukeeans Who Have Gotten the Hollywood Treatment appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Milwaukee Magazine | November 10, 2018
Bill Seaman honors veterans by sounding taps at military funerals around the state. The post Meet the Local Volunteer Bugler who has Honored Hundreds of Veterans appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Man who made threats about a polling place on election day is in custody | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | November 09, 2018
A man threatening violence was apprehended by police after referencing a polling place.        
Wisconsin needs $2 billion more to cover existing programs in next budget | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | November 09, 2018
Tony Evers and lawmakers will need to come up with more than $2 billion just to keep existing programs in place, according to a new report.        
Milwaukee Magazine | November 09, 2018
Skip the long lines at your local movie theater and catch one of these live shows instead. The post 8 Family-Friendly Shows to See in Milwaukee This Holiday Season appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Milwaukee Magazine | November 09, 2018
This James Beard Award winner’s new cookbook shows a practical ease that makes recipes true keepers. The post Dorie Greenspan’s New Cookbook, ‘Everyday Dorie,’ Will Make You Want to Start Cooking appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
How do you avoid hitting a deer? And what do you do if you hit one anyway? | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | November 08, 2018
Wisconsin has the country's fourth-highest number of deer crashes. Here are some tips to avoid being in one of them.        
Hop streetcar adjusts route and service for Saturday's Veterans Day parade | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | November 08, 2018
The Hop streetcar is changing its route Saturday for a few hours to accommodate Milwaukee's Veterans Day parade.        
Buoyed by Tuesday's results, Wisconsin Democrats urge party to hold 2020 national convention in Milwaukee | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | November 08, 2018
Coming off Tuesday's sweep of statewide races, Wisconsin Democrats are pushing for national party to bring convention to Milwaukee in 2020.        
Republican lawmakers consider limiting incoming Gov. Tony Evers' power over state rules | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | November 08, 2018
The GOP plan to strip power from the incoming Democratic governor could include removing authority that lawmakers handed to Gov. Scott Walker.        
Protesters rally in Milwaukee, Madison and nationwide in support of Mueller probe | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | November 08, 2018
In Milwaukee, hundreds of people met at Pere Marquette Park and walked to the federal courthouse on East Wisconsin Avenue.        
Trove of letters bring local 'wandering boy' back to life a century after his death in World War I | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | November 08, 2018
Janet Bode has around 200 pages of letters from her uncle, Harold Reilly, a WWI I Marine killed days before the war ended.        
UW alum who fought in World War I helped create Veterans Day as national holiday for all vets | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | November 08, 2018
Harvey Higley served in World War I after graduating from UW and later was appointed Administrator of Veterans Affairs by President Eisenhower.        
Guilty plea in torture-murder over missing video game | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | November 08, 2018
A Milwaukee man was convicted Thursday in the May torture and murder of a 15-year-old boy, whose body was hidden in an abandoned house        
Watch out: Thousands of motorists will hit deer this month in Wisconsin | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | November 08, 2018
Across the state, 19,899 vehicles — an average of about 54 per day — crashed into deer on Wisconsin roads and highways last year.        
Southbound I-43 at Good Hope Road reopens after crash sends five to hospital | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | November 08, 2018
One of the injured was in critical condition, North Shore Fire/Rescue said.        
A blue wave hit statewide races, but did Wisconsin GOP gerrymandering limit Dem legislative inroads? | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | November 08, 2018
A blue wave hit statewide races, but merely a drop in the state Legislature        
Milwaukee Magazine | November 08, 2018
Milwaukee has too many great beer bars and breweries to mention. But there are a few places that particularly stand out when it comes to enjoying a beer. Atmosphere, personal history and other intangibles all figured into creating the list. The post 7 Great Places to Drink a Beer (That Aren’t ...
Milwaukee Magazine | November 08, 2018
There's lots to celebrate this Veterans Day weekend. The post Things To Do This Weekend: Nov. 8-11 appeared first on Milwaukee Magazine.
Six takeaways from Tammy Baldwin's victory in Wisconsin U.S. Senate race | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | November 07, 2018
Democratic U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin has built a personal brand that plays well around Wisconsin        
U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin reflects on re-election victory and blueprint for Democratic success in Wisconsin | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | November 07, 2018
U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin said her decisive re-election can serve as a blueprint for Democrats in Wisconsin.        
Voter guide: Here's what you need to know about Wisconsin's Nov. 6 general election | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | November 07, 2018
A voter guide to major state races and referendums on the general election ballot.        
Tony Evers, Wisconsin's new Democratic governor, likely to face gridlock | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | November 07, 2018
Governor-elect Tony Evers could face a common feature of split government — gridlock.        
Wisconsin recount law changed by Gov. Scott Walker - who may be seeking a recount after loss to Evers | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | November 07, 2018
Gov. Scott Walker signed a law last year that makes it more difficult to request a recount of state election results.        
Gov. Scott Walker concedes to Democrat Tony Evers | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | November 07, 2018
Gov. Scott Walker conceded his re-election bid to Democrat Tony Evers on Wednesday.        
GOP Assembly Speaker Robin Vos threatens to take power away from Tony Evers before January | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | November 07, 2018
Gov.-elect Tony Evers could face a common feature of split government — gridlock.        
Bice: Election winners and losers from recounts to Milwaukee turnout to the 'cheesehead revolution' | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | November 07, 2018
If Tony Evers' victory stands, Scott Walker will be out of office for the first time since 1993.        
Milwaukee County Bus Route No. 22 renamed 'Yelich Line' in honor of Brewers star, MVP candidate | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | November 07, 2018
Milwaukee Brewers star Christian Yelich has his own bus route.        
Incumbent Glenn Grothman defeats Democratic challenger Dan Kohl to retain House seat | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | November 07, 2018
Grothman was outspent, but the heavy Republican district went for the incumbent.        
Josh Kaul declares victory, Brad Schimel promises smooth transition if final tally reflects a loss | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | November 07, 2018
Kaul laid out plans for the Department of Justice to supporters on the steps of the Dane County Courthouse Wednesday.        
Despite losses in statewide races, GOP strengthens hold on Wisconsin Senate | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | November 07, 2018
Republicans widened their margin in the state Senate and kept their large majority in the state Assembly.        
Smoking soon to be banned at Milwaukee VA Hospital for patients and employees | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | November 07, 2018
Starting Jan. 1, all Milwaukee VA Hospital workers won't be allowed to smoke during work, and almost all patients will be barred from smoking on Thursday.        
Wisconsin governor's race between Scott Walker and Tony Evers too close to call | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | November 07, 2018
If the races remains a virtual toss-up after all the votes are counted, both sides expect a recount that could take weeks.        
Scott Walker campaign eyes Milwaukee's damaged absentee ballots in deciding on recount | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | November 07, 2018
Gov. Scott Walker eyes Milwaukee's damaged absentee ballots in deciding on recount        
City of Milwaukee defends its handling of absentee ballots amid criticism from Scott Walker | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | November 07, 2018
City of Milwaukee officials defend their handling of some 47,000 absentee ballots in Tuesday's election following criticism from Gov. Scott Walker.        
Live Video: Informed Voter - Unpacking the midterm elections with the Journal Sentinel and WUWM | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | November 07, 2018
Join the Ideas Lab and WUWM-FM (89.7) for a special edition of WUWM’s popular “Lake Effect” at 10 a.m. Wednesday