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Some bakers mix the dough as early as October to bake weeks later. In the meantime, the dough ripens, and the baked cookies continue to develop, too.       

The Conservation Fund plans to provide permanent public access through conservation easements as well as allow timber management on the 70,000 acres.       

Houston-based Nutex Health Inc. wants to develop a 22,073-square-foot medical facility at 1801 W. Layton Ave., just west of I-94.       

The Milwaukee Winter Farmers Market had taken place at the Domes for eight years.       

Former Bears center Olin Kreutz said on the radio Monday that, in the aftermath of Aaron Rodgers' "I still own you!" taunt, he'd "like to punch him."       

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has linked fresh whole onions to a growing and mysterious salmonella outbreak with cases in 37 states.       

The ButterBurger Boutique sells all sorts of Culver's merch — but only for a limited time.       

The defense had argued that Walworth County Sheriff's Deputy Juan Ortiz was protected by qualified immunity, but the courts rejected that.       


A spokesman for Foley & Lardner said the Milwaukee-based law firm is not representing any parties contesting the results of the November presidential election.

Megan Thee Stallion will be the first female rapper to headline the Summerfest amphitheater since 1999.       

The Trump campaign has requested a recount of votes in Milwaukee and Dane counties, where Wisconsin's two largest cities are located.

The Journal Sentinel takes accusations like these seriously. This is not a doctored image. Here's what our investigation found.

Ron Johnson, Scott Fitzgerald and Tom Tiffany represent a virulent strain of politics that is an existential threat to democracy.

Democratic Gov. Tony Evers called again for more gun restrictions hours before the shooting at Molson Coors and a top GOP lawmaker again rejected the idea.

Gaige Grosskreutz, shot by Kyle Rittenhouse, has sued Kenosha officials, claiming their cooperation with armed vigilantes violated protesters' rights       

The U.S. senator from Wisconsin highlighted two bills she was part of introducing that aim to improve maternal health in the U.S.