Latest Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Stories
By Mary Zahn, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Jul. 27--Bonnie Zabel is administrator of Marquardt Memorial Manor in Watertown, one of the nearly 140 nursing homes in Wisconsin that have had no serious citations in recent years.
By Dave Tianen, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Jul. 27--It is easy to see why they don't want to go off-duty. The Police are clearly having a ball. Friday night the long-running caravan that is the Police reunion tour finally made it to Milwaukee and the Marcus Amphitheater.
By Annysa Johnson, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Jul. 26--A highway closure as part of the Marquette Interchange project is causing bumper-to-bumper traffic downtown today, and delays can be expected until at least 6 p.m., according to the project Web site.
By Tom Heinen, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Jul. 26--Although this year's African World Festival has been canceled, its Catholic Mass is going ahead as scheduled at 10 a.m. Aug. 3 for people to pray for the event's return and for solutions to the challenges the city's black community faces.
By John Schmid, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Jul. 26--As a boy, Shen Zhenyao could drink from the river in his village near the eastern coast of China. Today, the 42-year-old Shen is a water scientist whose childhood river festers with pollution.
By Steven Walters, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Jul. 26--MADISON -- The Wisconsin Democratic Party on Friday replaced a national convention delegate for saying that she planned to vote for Republican Sen. John McCain for president in November instead of Sen. Barack Obama.
By Greg Borowski, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Jul. 25--Willkommen to Freitag, ladies and gentlemen. Yes, there's still plenty of time to get your Ooom Pah on, with German Fest continuing through the weekend at the lakefront. And that's just part of the weekend smorgasbord.
By Thomas Content, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Jul. 25--ZBB Energy Corp.
By Tom Daykin, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Jul. 24--While cuts by Midwest Airlines will leave travelers from Milwaukee's Mitchell International Airport with fewer nonstop destinations, other carriers are moving to fill some of those gaps.
By Dan Egan, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Jul. 24--The fight to keep invasive species out of the Great Lakes picked up some steam Wednesday. The U.S.
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