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Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Metro Top Stories

Discipline for 8 police staffers sought over response to fatal stabbing 10/5/2015 12:08 am UTC
It took officers 22 minutes and three 911 calls to get to Barbara Killebrew’s home in the 3800 block of N. 24th Place. By the time the first officer arrived, Killebrew was dead.
GOP candidates ignore Scott Walker's plea to trim presidential field 10/4/2015 11:33 pm UTC
Wisconsin’s governor staked the legacy of his short presidential run on an appeal to his GOP rivals to follow him, bow out and give those remaining a clear shot at front-runner Donald Trump. So far
Uihleins spend big to help Ron Johnson defend Senate seat from Russ Feingold 10/4/2015 10:28 pm UTC
Records show that the Uihleins and their company already have pumped at least $1.3 million into three outside groups putting up ads either helping Johnson or criticizing Feingold.
Milwaukee gun dealer long had problems with violations 10/4/2015 9:48 pm UTC
Badger Guns and Badger Outdoors were top sellers of crime guns recovered in Milwaukee for more than a decade.
Diminished by White House bid, can Scott Walker bounce back? 10/4/2015 7:36 pm UTC
The poll numbers paint a picture of a governor unusually diminished back home by his foray into national politics.
A journey to Poland, the hidden Kennedy and more 10/4/2015 6:58 pm UTC
Publisher Betsy Brenner joined host Katie O'Connell to discuss her journey to Poland, searching for a grandfather she never met in a town haunted by those killed in World War II.
Homicide probe, manhunt ramp up after burglary, robbery, chase, crash 10/4/2015 5:13 pm UTC
Andrew Mario Obregon has been on the run since last week as Kenosha County officials seek to question him in the killing of a 37-year-old man whose body was found in a cornfield.
A personal journey: 'I wanted to learn what happened' 10/4/2015 1:48 am UTC
I had traveled more than 4,600 miles to Krakow, Poland, to bear witness to the mass killings of Jews in the Holocaust. Now I needed to go about 80 miles farther.
Voices of ghosts: Remembering the Holocaust's mass killings 10/4/2015 1:24 am UTC
Under the guidance of the Rev. Patrick Desbois, a Catholic priest who has made it his life's work to uncover the mass graves the Nazis left behind, we spent the day listening for the voices of ghosts.
Homestead grad Johnson-Harris felt call to serve country 10/4/2015 12:48 am UTC
Quinn Johnson-Harris, who followed his family’s tradition to serve the country, was killed early Friday when an American C-130 transport plane crashed in Afghanistan.
New credit cards aim to take a chip out of fraud 10/4/2015 12:48 am UTC
Shoppers are likely to feel more secure as the U.S. migrates to chip cards. It’s a new routine to get used to, a few extra seconds at the register, a minor inconvenience at most.
Trove of family photos recovered and returned to rightful owner 10/3/2015 10:58 pm UTC
Getting ready to attend a family party, Shelley Munger loaded various items into her car but forgot the bag of nearly 400 family photographs placed temporarily on the roof. They stayed up there for
DNR investigating unauthorized path improvements on state land 10/3/2015 8:28 pm UTC
Business executive Elizabeth Uihlein acknowledges workers may have ventured onto state land and cleaned up a trail, but others says substantial work was done on state lake frontage she is trying to
Chance encounter with homeless vet sparks volunteer effort 10/3/2015 4:16 am UTC
Amanda Frelka-Bruch proposed to her company, Sigma-Aldrich Corp., to fill 50 backpacks with items homeless veterans would need and donate them to volunteer services at the Zablocki Veterans Affairs
Scott Walker's presidential race exit might propel conservative agenda 10/3/2015 4:15 am UTC
From ending all public money to Planned Parenthood to allowing state retailers to sell goods at cost or at a loss, state lawmakers are considering proposals that conservatives have sought to pass i
Workers in Waukesha losing jobs as GE takes strong stance in Ex-Im Bank dispute 10/3/2015 4:15 am UTC
“It’s insane,” a union leader says about being caught in the middle of a battle between GE and Congress over whether the U.S. Export-Import Bank should be reauthorized.
Plan calls for UW-Madison to drop cap on nonresident enrollment 10/3/2015 3:58 am UTC
The UW System Board of Regents will consider a plan next week that would allow the University of Wisconsin-Madison to drop its cap on nonresident enrollment through 2020.
Longtime AFSCME Council 24 leader Marty Beil dead at 68 10/3/2015 3:53 am UTC
Longtime Wisconsin State Employees Union director Marty Beil died at his home Thursday night, according to a news release from AFSCME Council 24. He was 68.
Violations prompted little change at Badger Guns, owner testifies 10/2/2015 7:03 pm UTC
Badger Guns was cited for 130 violations of gun regulations in the nearly two years before selling a gun used to wound two police officers, but the shop owner said he made no major changes in respo
CDC warns coffee workers of hazardous chemicals 10/2/2015 5:33 pm UTC
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has posted a warning to people who work in the coffee processing business: Their occupations could be exposing them to dangerous levels of chemic



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