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1 After this year, what could 2021 have in store? These are the stories we plan to bring you — subscribe for the full year for $39.
2 Plans to convert former downtown Milwaukee sports bar into Japanese restaurant, karaoke bar are expanding
3 Site 1A in Milwaukee shuts down ahead of licenses hearing, following homicide outside the Third Ward nightclub
4 Jrue and Lauren Holiday pledge to make profound impact — both in Milwaukee and elsewhere — through social justice fund
5 Brewers reach agreements with Josh Hader, Brandon Woodruff to avoid salary arbitration
6 37 great stories you missed if you didn't have a Journal Sentinel subscription this year
7 This $66 million project will bring 200 apartments to central city Milwaukee. It's led by younger Black developers.
8 After a year without minor-league games, Brice Turang remains atop Brewers prospect list
9 Woman arrested in fatal stabbing of 26-year-old Milwaukee man in domestic violence incident
10 Pandemic changes Milwaukee-area King Day volunteer efforts, but spirit of giving remains
11 Milwaukee Health Department's latest (and most restrictive) COVID-19 order expires Friday
12 Prosecutors ask that judge ban Kyle Rittenhouse from associating with Proud Boys, going to bars
13 'Ignoring the problem will not keep us safe': Milwaukee area clergy call for end to racism after Capitol attack
14 $1.9 million interior renovation planned for old Milwaukee Sentinel building
15 Bice: Chairman of St. Croix Republicans resigns after online post urging members to 'prepare for war'
16 Security alert issued to hospitals over COVID vaccine proves to be false alarm
17 Republicans shoot down Evers' plan to begin overhauling unemployment system
18 Bucks forward Khris Middleton still flies under radar despite continuously hitting big shots
19 Milwaukee real estate market hits sales record in 2020 with pandemic buyers and low interest rates
20 13-year-old girl shot and killed Saturday lost a brother in 2017 shooting
21 Maria Monreal-Cameron, trailblazing leader in Milwaukee's Hispanic community, dies at 75
22 A best for a Grafton senior and a big win for Catholic Memorial, plus a reshuffled boys basketball top 20
23 Grocers say state must follow CDC guidelines and include food workers in next phase of COVID-19 vaccines
24 Wisconsin Senate Republicans block resolution condemning U.S. Capitol assault and affirming Biden victory
25 'I don't know what to do': With weekly unemployment claims rising, Wisconsinites are still waiting for answers
26 Kenosha police, Sheriff's Department facing $20 million in damage claims related to Kyle Rittenhouse shootings
27 Snow is set to fall across Wisconsin beginning Thursday; southern Wisconsin could see a couple of inches, with more snow north and west
28 'Eddie's Tree': The story of love and loss behind Milwaukee's 107th Christmas tree
29 Daily COVID-19 case average has fallen every day of the last week, but Wisconsin is still far from pre-surge numbers
30 A shove and a death threat: How the Serb Hall incident set back COVID-19 inspections in Milwaukee
31 City licenses of Site 1A, Third Ward bar where fight preceded homicide, in jeopardy
32 Wisconsin nursing home staff laid off for refusing COVID-19 vaccine
33 Smith: Wisconsin's bald eagle celebration soars into new territory in 2021
34 Milwaukee's historic year of violence concludes with 189 people killed in homicides
35 Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's photos from 2020: Coronavirus, protests
36 Common Council members slam comments by attorney for ousted Chief Morales as 'inaccurate and racist'
37 Seven-day case average remains steady Tuesday from day prior; death average dips
38 As VA hospital plans to vaccinate veterans and state officials criticize federal government, Wisconsin passes 200,000 doses given
39 Editorial: Ron Johnson, Scott Fitzgerald and Tom Tiffany should resign or be expelled for siding with Trump against our republic
40 Wisconsin State Capitol was heavily guarded on Sunday, but no election protesters showed up
41 Groups file a lawsuit to restore endangered species protections to wolves
42 Milwaukee man, 63, arrested in connection with Christmas Eve homicide in Riverwest
43 Bucks 110, Pistons 101: In an up-and-down game, Milwaukee manages enough ups
44 Initial data show majority of COVID-19 vaccine doses in Milwaukee County have gone to white, younger residents
45 Introducing the area's new No. 1 team, the player who led it there, and the rest of the girls basketball top 20
46 Janesville School District plans to immunize employees next week even as teachers aren't yet eligible for vaccine under state plan
47 Here's what you need to know about the $300 unemployment payments in Wisconsin
48 In separate shootings Friday, an 18-year-old man was killed and three people were injured, including a 16-year-old boy
49 West Allis man charged with entering U.S. Capitol during riot says he saw police shoot woman
50 South Milwaukee's redeveloping former Bucyrus complex lands its first major tenant: manufacturer Steele Solutions
51 Nickel: Wisconsin women's hockey is back on top. Too bad there's no one there to watch.
52 Remember when these midseason additions played a role in a Super Bowl run?
53 PFW 81, UWM 72: Mixed bag defensively leads to disappointing loss for Panthers
54 FBI investigating COVID-19 vaccine 'tampering' after Aurora says employee intentionally removed vials from fridge, ruining 500 doses
55 The 10 best plays of the Green Bay Packers' season (so far)
56 Evers says he will extend mask mandate, veto stricter rules for absentee voting, decide later whether to run again
57 Marquette-Georgetown postponed and Golden Eagles' game at St. John's will start earlier
58 Perfect passes trigger scoring opportunities for Bucks in victory over Magic
59 Point Forward Podcast: How does Bucks picture change with James Harden in the Eastern Conference?
60 Evers asks feds to release more COVID-19 vaccine to Wisconsin as state officials move closer to picking next group to get shots
61 Former Aurora pharmacist accused of intentionally destroying vaccine released from jail; charges uncertain until vials tested by Moderna
62 2020 Year in Photos
63 Messy winter storm headed for Wisconsin; snow showers expected to continue into weekend; here's when the snow will start
64 Wisconsin 60, Rutgers 54: D'Mitrik Trice sparks UW down the stretch
65 Aaron Rodgers will be a guest host on 'Jeopardy'
66 The pipe bomb found near the RNC on Jan. 6 was spotted by a Madison native while she was doing laundry
67 Wisconsin state and local tax burden hits 50-year low
68 Jazz 131, Bucks 118: Utah hits franchise record 25 three-point shots to bury Milwaukee
69 West Milwaukee won't change the name of Miller Park Way despite the ballpark's name change to American Family Field
70 Restaurants and bars could sell to-go cocktails and glasses of wine under a new proposal
71 Wisconsin corrections names prisons with COVID-19 deaths, after months of calls for transparency
72 Racine man victim of homicide near Holton and Burleigh streets
73 The competency of a former Waukesha South student who brought a BB gun to school remains in doubt
74 In House vote to impeach President Trump, Wisconsin lawmakers split by party. Here is what they said.
75 Editorial: Trump's conspiracy theories about the election threaten the nation. Wisconsin Republicans don't seem to care.
76 William Stuart Parsons Obituary
77 Dia Cafe and Noche Restaurante debut in Greendale with flavors from Latin America
78 Senior cornerback Caesar Williams decides to return to Wisconsin for the 2021 season
79 More than 26,000 people in Wisconsin have received both doses of COVID-19 vaccine; Dane, Milwaukee counties lead in shots so far
80 Colectivo Coffee on Prospect Avenue closing temporarily; business called 'not viable' in COVID-19 'environment'
81 U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson from Wisconsin to join 10 others from GOP in refusing to certify Electoral College results
82 Evers pitches $200 million in broadband spending, subsidies for consumers
83 Waukesha County correctional officer fired, charged with sexual assault of inmate while on duty
84 COVID-19 vaccination clinic opens at UW-Green Bay
85 Telemundo Wisconsin adds a new co-anchor for its 10 p.m. newscast
86 Stout's Island Lodge is offering winter cabin rentals on its private island for the first time
87 Friedrich T. "Fritz" Schwarz Obituary
88 'I didn't want to die': Jacob Blake says in 'Good Morning America' interview
89 12 basic steps to get the national distribution of COVID-19 vaccines back on track
90 Lorraine Chojnacki Obituary
91 Bice: Milwaukee law firm 'concerned' by attorney's role in Trump call trying to upend Georgia election results
92 Nearly 28% of Waukesha School District high school students are failing at least one class, records show
93 Meteorologist Elissia Wilson leaving Milwaukee's WTMJ-TV (Channel 4)
94 Freeways reopen after multiple ice-related accidents caused closures in Milwaukee County Sunday morning
95 Milwaukee leaders unite to reaffirm pledge to approach violent crime from public health perspective
96 Seton Hall 77, MU women 66: Golden Eagles fall, but they're happy to be back on court
97 Protesters who love their guns could lose them if convicted in U.S. Capitol siege
98 Janesville schools' plan to vaccinate staff next week will be 'hard to undo,' Evers says, as other districts start vaccinating nurses
99 See more than ice caves on a secret snowshoe tour near the Apostle Islands
100 Milwaukee Ethics Board receives list of potential investigators in probe of former FPC Chairman Steven DeVougas