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Topic - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is a daily morning broadsheet printed in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA. It is the primary newspaper in Milwaukee, the largest newspaper in Wisconsin and is distributed widely throughout the state. It is the namesake of its owner, Journal Communications, which is publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange. - Source: Wikipedia
The latest figures from the Department of Revenue show state tax collections are lagging behind both last year's collections, as well as this year's expectations.
Four congressmen are demanding answers from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives about whether anyone has been held accountable for a botched, undercover guns and drugs operation in Milwaukee.
A woman reported missing on Thursday in suburban Milwaukee has been found dead.
A maintenance worker who fatally shot two teens as police say he was being beaten with a baseball bat in Milwaukee will not be charged, a prosecutor said Monday.
Three candidates a national political group with ties to conservative billionaires Charles and David Koch has labeled as anti-mine have won seats on the Iron County Board.
Three candidates whom a national political group with ties to conservative billionaires Charles and David Koch labeled as anti-mining radicals have won seats on the Iron County Board.
A grandmother is charged with a misdemeanor in connection with her 4-year-old grandson accidentally shooting himself.
Gov. Scott Walker has ordered an investigation into whether Disability Rights Wisconsin violated patient confidentiality by widely distributing a report about claims of substandard care at the Milwaukee County Mental Health Complex.
A new report says drought conditions have spread across parts of southern Wisconsin during the last few weeks of winter.
A man charged in the November killing of a Glendale man has pleaded guilty, one day after a jury convicted his co-defendant.
A maintenance worker who fatally shot two teens as police say he was being beaten with a baseball bat in Milwaukee was released from jail Friday while prosecutors continue their investigation.
The nearly 200 students at St. Lawrence Seminary are safe after a five-alarm fire broke out at a building on the boarding school's eastern Wisconsin campus early Saturday.
The Wisconsin Hospital Association says it will soon post data online that will show expecting parents whether the hospital where they plan to have their baby promptly sends newborn screening samples to the lab for testing.
Court records show that in at least two cases, the Wisconsin Department of Justice took years to act on detailed and credible tips about online child pornography.
Chronic wasting disease continues to spread among deer in Iowa and western Dane counties.