Critics: Trump undercuts national emergency
10:18 AM EST Feb 16, 2019
President Donald Trump declared a national emergency to attempt to build his long-promised border wall. Democratic lawmakers have already announced they will challenge that declaration.
Kelly Clarkson honors Milwaukee bus driver who befriended homeless man
10:04 AM EST Feb 16, 2019
MCTS bus driver Natalie Barnes, left, was honored Friday night by pop singer Kelly Clarkson at a concert in Green Bay.
Thousands of 'zombie' deer are eaten each year, expert warns
10:15 AM EST Feb 16, 2019
In this Nov. 8, 2005 file photo, a yearling buck is seen in St. Paul, Minn. Some Minnesota state lawmakers want to crack down on deer farms as concern grows about the stubborn persistence of chronic wasting disease among wild deer in a couple pockets of the state.
Pope Francis defrocks ex-Cardinal over sex abuse
10:21 AM EST Feb 16, 2019
Former Cardinal Theodore McCarrick is pictured speaking during a memorial service in South Bend, Indiana.
Alleged Illinois gunman fine hours before work shooting
10:16 AM EST Feb 16, 2019
Police secure the area following a shooting at the Henry Pratt Company on February 15, 2019 in Aurora, Illinois. Five people were reported dead and 5 police officers wounded from the shooting. The gunman has been identified as Gary Martin, a 45-year-old man believed to be an employee at the company.
Unsolved Chapter 4: Priest was investigating sexual misconduct when murdered
7:03 AM EST Feb 13, 2019
Unsolved season 3, chapter 4
The 10 digital benefits of a Journal Sentinel subscription
2:20 PM EST Jan 21, 2019
A Milwaukee Journal Sentinel subscription provides instant and unlimited digital access.
What to know about US national emergencies
5:55 PM EST Jan 8, 2019
President Donald Trump
Emergency fund helps lift MATC students on economic margins
12:59 PM EST Feb 15, 2019
Kristine Terounzo and her daughter, Donatella. Terounzo received aid from the FAST Fund after her apartment caught fire.
Bucks co-owners seeing five-year plan coming to fruition
9:20 AM EST Feb 16, 2019
The Bucks have flourished under the leadership of co-owners Marc Lasry (left) and Wes Edens.
Police: Three cited for fight at Kimberly wrestling tournament
2:08 PM EST Feb 15, 2019
Three people have been given municipal citations after police investigated a fight at a youth wrestling tournament in early February.
Beto O'Rourke, Amy Klobuchar visit Wisconsin
6:37 PM EST Feb 15, 2019
Former U.S. Rep. Beto O'Rourke of Texas  greets students individually at MATC's downtown campus, Friday, Feb. 15, 2019.
Southwest: More planes grounded amid labor dispute
9:00 PM EST Feb 15, 2019
In this July 17, 2018, photograph, ramp workers prepare a Southwest Airlines Boeing 737 for departure to Denver from Minneapolis International Airport in Minneapolis. Southwest Airlines overcame rising fuel prices to top profit expectations, though an inflight disaster in which a passenger was killed had an adverse effect on revenue. Second-quarter earnings were $733 million, topping Wall Street expectations. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski) ORG XMIT: NYAG401
Saukville officer cited for running red light before crash
10:34 PM EST Feb 15, 2019
Police lights
Payless closing all US stores; starting liquidation sales
10:13 AM EST Feb 16, 2019
The Payless Shoe Source store is Midland Mall is going out of business
Froedtert targets tumors with new precision
7:47 PM EST Feb 15, 2019
Radiation therapists help Paula Wendt get into position Jan. 28 in the Elekta Unity, a new device that combines the precision of magnetic resonance imaging with the tumor-killing power of radiation, at Froedtert Hospital. Wendt has a cancerous tumor on her liver.
Nelson named Journal Sentinel business editor
6:49 PM EST Feb 15, 2019
Jim Nelson, business editor for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Stingl: Ron Schwartz is 108 and going strong
3:52 PM EST Feb 15, 2019
Carolina Dietrich of Clement Manor  puts a birthday crown on Ron Schwartz’s head after people sing happy birthday. At left is chef Jeff Kroupa, who baked the birthday cake. Schwartz turned 108 at Clement Manor in Greenfield. He was the guest of honor at a luncheon celebrating both Valentine's Day and his birthday.
Nicolet, Fox Point-Bayside superintendent leaves for Iowa
4:59 PM EST Feb 15, 2019
Nicolet School District Superintendent Robert Kobylski and High School Principal Greg Kabara greet students as they arrive by bus and head for the red carpet for the first day of the 2018-19 school year on Sept. 4.
Students build home projects in construction competition at NARI show
8:00 PM EST Feb 15, 2019
Four-member teams of high school students study their blueprint the day before the annual SkillsUSA Carpentry Teamworks competition at the Milwaukee NARI Spring Home Improvement Show.
American Family's Milwaukee office to include community focus
12:53 PM EST Feb 15, 2019
American Family Insurance Co. last year opened The Spark in Madison. The office building includes community meeting space and a tech hub, with the company now planning a similar development in downtown Milwaukee.
Packers add two assistants to LaFleur's staff
6:36 PM EST Feb 15, 2019
Helmets waiting for heads during practice Thursday, December 13, 2018 in the Don Hutson Center in Ashwaubenon, Wis.
PolitiFact: Too early to say Evers flipped on minimum wage increase
1:35 PM EST Feb 15, 2019
Protesters rally at the Bucks arena site before heading
Borsuk: Milwaukee's Montessori schools delivering for parents
1:42 PM EST Feb 15, 2019
Highland Community School comprehensive academic teacher, Mike Haley, left, works with 5th grader Jair Gold-Buchanan, on Thursday, Feb. 14, 2019. Work spaces in the hallways are seen as extensions of classrooms.
Port Washington apologizes for photo used to taunt black prep basketball star
10:35 PM EST Feb 14, 2019
Port Washington students hold up photographs that appear as if Nicolet basketball player Jalen Johnson is in blackface.
Police: Man tried kidnapping fifth-grade girl in West Allis
7:32 PM EST Feb 14, 2019
Police lights
5 things you should be doing this weekend in Milwaukee
3:13 PM EST Feb 14, 2019
Anime Milwaukee, back this weekend at the Wisconsin Center and the Hyatt Regency Milwaukee, is a place to see and be seen, especially dressed as your favorite fantasy character. At the 2016 event, Annalise Scaffidi of Hartland (left) was dressed as San from the Japanese animated classic "Pricess Mononoke."
Tell the Ideas Lab: What are we getting wrong?
10:06 PM EST Feb 14, 2019
In the Journal Sentinel's Ideas Lab, we report on best
Where you can watch this year's Oscar nominees
3:13 PM EST Feb 14, 2019
Rami Malek is nominated for best actor for his performance as rock icon Freddie Mercury in "Bohemian Rhapsody."
Health staffer out after cancer screening, family planning woes
2:59 PM EST Feb 14, 2019
September 24, 2017 The 19th Annual Susan G. Komen Southeast
See little houses that inspired big Wisconsin writers
2:57 PM EST Feb 14, 2019
Visitors can explore a replica of the Ingalls family cabin outside Pepin.
'You will always be family': Officer Matthew Rittner celebrated at funeral
7:49 PM EST Feb 13, 2019
A line of police vehicles escorts the funeral procession of Milwaukee Police Officer Matthew Rittner from Oak Creek Assembly of God Church to Krause Funeral Home in Brookfield. They are shown heading east along East Rawson Avenue in Oak Creek.
Wisconsin GOP declines to recognize Colin Kaepernick
8:19 PM EST Feb 13, 2019
Wisconsin Sens. LaTonya Johnson, left, (D-Milwaukee)
Nursing home closure will displace about 105 residents
4:29 PM EST Feb 14, 2019
A little-used state law allows nursing home operators to sue the children of patients who do not pay. Supporters of the law say in certain cases it gives nursing homes a remedy to collect outstanding bills rather than write those debts off as losses, diminishing a facility's ability to provide quality care to all patients.
Bucks Trickers acrobats will go to the NBA All-Star weekend
7:00 AM EST Feb 11, 2019
Milwaukee Bucks v San Antonio Spurs game on November 24, 2018 at Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Lori Nickel: Time to pay up again, Michigan State
9:48 AM EST Feb 12, 2019
Nicole Casady talks about her sexual abuse by Larry Nassar on Thursday, Feb. 7, 2019 in Oak Creek. Casady was a star gymnast at Case High school in Racine and was recruited by Michigan State University. She is one of approximately 500 women who were sexually abused by Larry Nassar, who was then considered a top trainer/doctor for olympic and college athletes.