Latest Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Stories
By Dave Tianen, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Jul. 5--The Jonas Brothers are coming at you from all angles. They're on TV, in book stores, on magazine racks, on the radio, in music stores -- and on Sunday night, they'll close Summerfest 2008 at the Marcus Amphitheater.
By Thomas Content, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Jul. 4--We Energies customers will see their third increase in electricity prices since the start of the year, after state regulators on Thursday authorized a boost linked to soaring natural gas prices.
By Tom Daykin, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Jul. 4--A Minneapolis company that converts environmentally contaminated properties into new offices, industrial buildings and other developments, is pursuing plans to build housing on a West Allis landfill site. Real Estate Recycling Inc.
By Alex Lundy, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Jul. 4--The Milwaukee County Parks Department has given summer jobs to border collies, to make the shore at Bradford Beach less hospitable to E. coli-spreading gulls. "The beach had such a challenge with the seagulls," Parks Director Sue Black said.
By Amy Rinard, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Jul. 3--OCONOMOWOC -- A number of people are interested in purchasing the Oconomowoc School District's old middle school building, and an offer to purchase the building may be accepted soon, School Board President Don Wiemer said.
By Tom Daykin, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Jul. 3--The chief executive officer of Midwest Air Group Inc. says he's taking a 40% pay cut as part of the company's restructuring, a plan that includes demands for even deeper pay cuts from union pilots and flight attendants.
By Tom Strini, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Jul. 3--Bharatnatyam, the classical dance of India, grows from roots in 2,500 years of Hindu temple dancing. Its branches reach all the way to Fond du Lac, where Maya Kailas has made Bharatnatyam a big part of her life.
By Thomas Content, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Jul. 2--Automakers couldn't make enough cars last month to keep up with consumers' newfound love of anything that gets good gas mileage.
By Stacy Forster, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Jul. 2--MADISON -- When Nathaniel Wright wanted to move out of a nursing home last year, he faced a yearlong waiting list for a group home.
By Raquel Rutledge, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Jul.
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