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  2. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - Wikipedia

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    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Front page of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Type Daily newspaper Format Broadsheet Owner(s) Gannett Publisher Andy Fisher Founded 1837 (Sentinel) 1882 (Journal) 1995 (Journal Sentinel) Circulation 48,158 Daily 75,061 Sunday (as of Q3 2022) ISSN 1082-8850 OCLC number 55506548 Website jsonline.com Milwaukee Journal Sentinel building The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is a ...

  3. Father of Wisconsin boy found dead and decomposing at home ...

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    Milwaukee police officers responded to a home at 4160 N. Elmhurst Road on Oct. 10, 2023 for a "dead on entry complaint," according to a criminal complaint filed in Wisconsin Circuit Court. Jacarie ...

  4. Former Milwaukee police officer Michael Mattioli found not ...

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    Former Milwaukee police officer Michael Mattioli was found not guilty Friday in the 2020 death of Joel Acevedo.. A jury of eight women and four men sifted through evidence, witness testimony and ...

  5. Jerome E. Listecki - Wikipedia

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    Archbishop. Jerome Edward Listecki (born March 12, 1949) is an American prelate of the Roman Catholic Church who has served as Archbishop of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, since 2010. Previously Listecki served as an auxiliary bishop of the Archdiocese of Chicago (2001–2004) and as the Bishop of the Diocese of La Crosse (2004–2009).

  6. Police investigating suspicious death after body found behind ...

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    Authorities are investigating what South Milwaukee Police Chief Bill Jessup called "a suspicious death" at Pizza Hut, 124 N. Chicago Ave., Wednesday.

  7. Green Sheet (Milwaukee Journal) - Wikipedia

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    Green Sheet ( Milwaukee Journal) The Green Sheet was a four-page section of the Milwaukee Journal printed on green paper. It was published from the 1910s to 1994, containing comics, the crossword puzzle and other games, celebrity news, local human-interest stories, and bits of ephemera. [1] [2]

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