Latest Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Stories
By Nick Halter, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Jul. 21--For the regulars whose future travel plans will be unaffected by the flight cuts in Midwest Airlines' fall schedule, Sunday was business as usual at Mitchell International Airport.
By Amy Hetzner, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Jul. 20--Schools in Milwaukee and three suburban districts will share a state grant to help teach their growing immigrant communities, the state Department of Public Instruction announced Friday.
By Tom Daykin, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Jul. 20--Financially troubled Midwest Airlines releases its fall schedule today with service cuts, particularly to leisure destinations, that are the steepest in its 24-year history. The changes take effect Sept. 8.
By Joanne Weintraub, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Jul.
By Jim Stingl, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Jul. 20--Except for my one and only Polar Bear Plunge in 2004, I can't remember the last time I was at Bradford Beach. And not just driving past.
By Lori Nickel, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Jul. 20--GREEN BAY -- No one wanted to talk about him and no one wanted to talk about that, but the fact that Brett Favre even showed up says something about the ties to this Green Bay Packers franchise that bind.
By Sharif Durhams, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Jul. 18--The latest Batman movie, "The Dark Knight," is the widest release of any film on record. Yet some Milwaukee theater managers who had midnight showings of the film said they wished they had it on more screens.
By Lee Bergquist, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Jul. 18--National forest planners are proposing to close motorized access to 55% of the roads in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest.
By Carol Deptolla, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Jul. 18--Lest you think restaurants are in the summer doldrums, at least several are changing things up a little. Balzac Wine Bar, off E. Brady St. at 1716 N. Arlington Place, is making some seasonal menu changes, starting Wednesday.
By Crocker Stephenson, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Jul. 17--A man once suspected in the murder of a popular bartender at a west side tavern was convicted today of an unrelated charge of being a felon in possession of a firearm. Pam Roberts, 58, was beaten to death on Feb.
- A hairdresser.