Latest Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Stories
By Tom Silverstein, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Aug. 3--GREEN BAY -- ESPN is reporting that commissioner Roger Goodell has reinstated Brett Favre. The report is coming from the Favre camp and has not been confirmed by the National Football League or the Packers.
By Geeta Sharma Jensen, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Aug. 3--The title story in Elizabeth Berg's new collection, "The Day I Ate Whatever I Wanted," starts like this: "I began at Dunkin' Donuts.
By Lee Bergquist, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Aug. 2--Sediments that were laced with contaminated chemicals from the city's industrial past have been removed from the Milwaukee River in Lincoln Park.
By Erica Perez, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Aug. 1--A gift from the trust of two late Appleton philanthropists will endow a new scholarship fund at Lawrence University for students from low-income families beginning in fall 2009, officials announced today.
By Sharif Durhams and Linda Spice, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Aug. 1--Emergency personnel at the scene of the shooting where three people were killed.
By Steven Walters, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Aug. 1--RACINE -- During a stop in a must-win region of Wisconsin, Republican presidential candidate John McCain on Thursday personally accused Democratic rival Barack Obama of making race an issue in the campaign.
By Keegan Kyle, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Aug. 1--PUBLIC INVESTIGATOR: TAKING TIPS, CHASING LEADS, SOLVING PROBLEMS In a city like Milwaukee where hundreds of high school students drop out every year, there's a market for businesses to offer quick-fix diplomas.
By Carol Deptolla, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Aug. 1--If you want to dine out -- out on the patio, that is -- consider these, a mix of established restaurants and two new ones: 18380 W.
By Tom Heinen, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Aug. 1--Bishop Adolphus Allen interacted at the highest levels of the nation's largest Pentecostal denomination but never lost sight of the everyday needs of people in southeastern Wisconsin and beyond.
By Elie Dolgin, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Aug. 1--Researchers are one step closer to reprogramming skin cells into tailor-made, healthy replacements for diseased cells.