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1 Less than 1% of calls to state unemployment call centers were answered, audit shows
2 Ron Johnson says Donald Trump should win 'at least one' Nobel Peace Prize
3 Brewers catcher Omar Narváez got lost at the plate from the outset and never found his way back
4 One last tour of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, via drone
5 Diane Hendricks, three others resign from Beloit College board of trustees
6 Cardinals 5, Brewers 2: Despite finishing with losing record, Brewers advance to playoffs
7 Group sues to stop 5 large cities from using grants to aid election, calls it bribery
8 Milwaukee to lose 120 police officer positions under Mayor Tom Barrett's 'sobering' 2021 proposed budget
9 Some parents have sent their COVID-19 positive children to school, Washington-Ozaukee Public Health Department director says
10 Stanley: We can recruit the best journalists while also keeping our commitment to represent the community. Here's how.
11 Wisconsin eviction rates have slowed during the CDC's moratorium, but landlords are continuing to toss tenants
12 Journal Sentinel staff vacates historic downtown building slated for redevelopment
13 Yet another child struck by gunfire Saturday; at least the 10th injured or killed in past two weeks
14 'I just decided I couldn't stand it anymore': Janine Geske, former state Supreme Court justice, endorses Joe Biden for president
15 Blue pike a repeat treat
16 'My honor and privilege': Milwaukee's fire chief to retire, opening another key vacancy in city safety services
17 'We're taking our cities back': Protesters march in Milwaukee demanding justice for Blake
18 Milwaukee mourns Jason Cleereman, well-known immigration attorney and community advocate killed in shooting near Brady Street
19 Gov. Evers warns of 'near-exponential' COVID-19 growth; more people in Wisconsin now hospitalized with virus than ever before
20 Protesters march in Milwaukee in response to Breonna Taylor decision
21 Coronavirus in Wisconsin schools: Search, track COVID-19 cases
22 Did you see Jamaal Williams 'at' the BYU game?
23 Milwaukee's health commissioner resigns during coronavirus pandemic to take new job; says she was 'limited'
24 'The building code doesn’t assume that a bad guy is there': Confusion over codes keeps parking garage lights dim
25 Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett proposes $6.5 million to make homeownership more accessible, reduce wealth gap
26 Mike Pence rallies swing district voters in 4th recent campaign trip to Wisconsin
27 Niche Book Bar brings Black literature to Milwaukee via bike while the owner plans a permanent shop
28 Germantown couple says they would have to give up their Second Amendment rights to continue being foster parents
29 Marty Hintz, a 'prolific storyteller' and mainstay in Milwaukee's Irish American community, dies at 75
30 Wisconsin election decision on absentee ballots is kept on hold for now as appeals court considers the case
31 New coronavirus cases reach all-time high of 2,000 as young people, schools drive surge
32 'There's just no end in sight': Wausau mother of four, Margaret Pagoria, featured in national Joe Biden ads during Emmy Awards
33 Kenosha protesters sue Facebook and armed men they say helped incite violence through social media
34 As the pandemic grinds on, the Northwoods beckons many seeking solitude, natural social distancing
35 Colectivo employees trying to unionize have the support of Milwaukee elected officials
36 Municipal clerks have hundreds of thousands of printed ballots ready to be mailed pending Supreme Court case
37 One person died in a car crash at North 35th and West Galena streets as a person was fleeing police
38 Frustrated by virtual classes, families use open enrollment to transfer children to schools with in-person learning
39 Donald Trump blames 'anti-American riots' for unrest in Kenosha, doesn't focus on Blake or Rittenhouse shootings
40 Two Milwaukee police officers resigned rather than be fired after being caught on video punching a robbery suspect
41 Feds' shipment of masks for schools, child care centers arrives with no child-size face coverings
42 'A tragic day': Milwaukee police community service officer killed in south side shooting
43 Mike Pompeo warns of Chinese influence on American government and politics in Capitol speech at height of election season
44 Milwaukee Public Museum, Betty Brinn Children's Museum have tentative plan to relocate together at new site
45 Wisconsin Supreme Court rules to keep Green Party off the ballot
46 A Black man who was arrested in his new house after neighbor called police is suing Monona, officers
47 'It's long past time to stop arguing.' UW-Madison, Dane County officials at odds over fall plans
48 Wisconsin liberal groups tell attorney general they believe they were targeted by undercover group Project Veritas
49 Daniel Vogelbach's contributions to the Brewers go beyond what you've seen on the field
50 Lake Michigan drownings set a record with 53 lives lost, including several in Wisconsin waters
51 Madison poll workers will accept absentee ballots in parks this weekend, raising GOP concerns
52 Joe Biden in Kenosha: Candidate 'felt good about' Wisconsin visit
53 Joe Biden to visit Kenosha, Jacob Blake family on Thursday, making his first campaign trip to Wisconsin
54 University of Wisconsin-La Crosse pauses in-person instruction for two weeks as cases spike there and in other cities that host UW campuses
55 Vigil held for Hmong woman who died Saturday, three days after being found at the Washington Park Lagoon
56 Kenosha update recap: Aug. 28 Jacob Blake, protest shooting coverage
57 Kenosha News journalist quits: 'At the core of my decision was one person, Jacob Blake'
58 Judge gives Wisconsin voters more time to return absentee ballots
59 Kenosha County Sheriff David Beth endorses Donald Trump in USA TODAY opinion piece
60 Burger Town is opening in South Milwaukee, in the former home of Grebe's, Nona's Cafe, and Grillworks
61 Giannis Antetokounmpo lands on the Time 100 list of most influential people of 2020
62 A driver crashed his car through the front of a Wauwatosa home. At least one person was inside.
63 Gov. Tony Evers asks Wisconsin DWD leader to resign over unemployment backlog
64 Wisconsin continues to have better taste in Halloween candy than Michigan
65 Small businesses in Milwaukee County can get emergency financial assistance through a new grant
66 Milwaukee police ask public to help identify, find suspect in fatal shooting of well-known lawyer
67 Big Ten members are confident the presidents and chancellors will approve a plan to play football in 2020
68 Wisconsin officials say presidential election 'will be decided by the voters,' not GOP lawmakers
69 Reds' Luis Castillo was the first of three 'tough customers' the Brewers face in their critical series in Cincinnati
70 Big Ten approves plan for 2020 football season this fall
71 A Mequon man yelled anti-Semitic slurs at his neighbors after removing their Joe Biden yard sign, complaint says
72 Meet the 'Dogs of C-Kennel,' the latest addition to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's Sunday comics
73 Milwaukee archbishop urges Catholics to return to pews, saying it's a 'grave sin' to deliberately fail to attend Mass
74 Outgoing Milwaukee Health Commissioner Jeanette Kowalik says she was targeted by white supremacists, 'man- and Karen-splained'
75 It will be tough to see prep football games in person this year, but here's a list of games that will be available via livestream
76 Police investigating triple shooting; all victims expected to recover
77 Witnesses describe the night Kyle Rittenhouse opened fire during protests after the shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha
78 'Inconceivable!': More than 110,000 tune into 'A Virtual Princess Bride Reunion' fundraiser for Wisconsin Democrats
79 Milwaukee Rally for Harley-Davidson motorcycle riders not canceled for coronavirus
80 Harley-Davidson hires former Tyson Foods executive as its first female CFO
81 Game 2 final: Cardinals 9, Brewers 1
82 Joe Biden to return to Wisconsin for a Monday stop in Manitowoc
83 Report: Kenosha officer believed Jacob Blake was trying to drive off with woman's child, 'twisted' with knife before shots
84 Employees at Minnesota hospital where doctor was shot had asked for increased safety a year earlier
85 Two West Allis massage parlor workers were sentenced for prostitution after offering services to undercover cops
86 Construction starts on unusual $80 million, 25-story mass timber apartment tower in downtown Milwaukee
87 Milwaukee's Hoan Bridge is lit with the official unveiling in October
88 Milwaukee resident Dalquavis Ward found guilty in 2019 shooting death of off-duty Racine police officer John Hetland
89 The Explorium Brewpub Third Ward opens for business at its new downtown location
90 GOP appeals ruling that extended time to count Wisconsin absentee ballots
91 After serving in the Korean War and on Apollo space missions, this New Berlin man spent decades bettering his community
92 'The whole country's watching now': After 100 days marching, Milwaukee protesters want to live up to the past and change the future
93 Milwaukee Public Museum, Betty Brinn Children's Museum to build new downtown facility north of Fiserv Forum
94 Wisconsin businesses say the mask mandate made their lives easier. But is it reducing the spread of COVID-19?
95 Brewers' Ben Gamel: Could return for postseason
96 Hoan Bridge reopens after eight-hour shutdown
97 Kohl's partnered with a local Black-owned business to create and sell equity shirts to support a civil rights group
98 Dane County executive asks University of Wisconsin to consider sending undergrads home
99 Milwaukee man shot and killed on south side Tuesday night
100 Sen. Ron Johnson says GOP should confirm a new justice this year, despite his 2016 opposition to filling election-year vacancies