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Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

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Milwaukee, WI 53203   Directions

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All-area boys basketball: The Journal Sentinel's picks for the top players in southeast Wisconsin
04/08/2020 5:57pm

A large junior presence on the all-area team proves that the future is bright for southeast Wisconsin boys basketball

Robin Yount on '87 Brewers: 'That wasn't a roller-coaster ride. That's going to Mars and back.'
04/08/2020 2:35pm

With no live baseball to watch on television these days, Milwaukee Brewers icon Robin Yount understands why folks enjoy re-broadcasts of Team Streak in 1987.

Smith: Waterbird watch keeps tabs on birds along Lake Michigan shore
04/08/2020 7:01pm

Waterbird Watch, a project of the Western Great Lakes Bird and Bat Observatory in Port Washington, has documented birds along the Lake Michigan shore in Belgium, Wis. for the last six years.

Despite hate mail, threats, Hank Aaron 'was never scared.' Behind the scenes when Aaron broke Babe Ruth's HR record
04/08/2020 2:57pm

On April 8, 1974, Hank Aaron passed Babe Ruth on all-time home run list. Dusty Baker and Ralph Garr share memories of teammate who was never scared.

Ask Ryan: Packers fans have questions about Green Bay's roster leading into the NFL draft
04/08/2020 1:54pm

Fans want to know how the Green Bay Packers will address their big needs at linebacker and receiver, and how theyll handle a slew of expiring contracts next year.


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Milwaukee, WI 53233   Directions

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Lambeau Field, Titletown to participate in #LightItBlue to support front line workers
04/08/2020 6:10pm

GREEN BAY Lambeau Field and Titletown will join dozens of other entertainment venues, landmarks and buildings throughout the country Thursday. Many major landmarks around the U.S. will be lit up in blue to show support for the LightItBlue campaign starting Thursday at 8 p.m. local time. The Lambeau Field video boards and marquee signs, as well as Titletowns marquee sign and plaza lights, will be lit up in blue for at least one hour to join in creating a

‘We are all touched by it:’ Former WLUK sports director reflects on ICU stay due to COVID-19
04/08/2020 5:40pm

GREEN BAY After spending a quarter century on television, a former sportscaster is recovering from the coronavirus, and sharing a positive message after a frightening ordeal. Hi everybody Andrew Smith coming at you from the intensive care unit at Via Christ in Manhattan, said Drew Smith, former sports director at FOX11 WLUK in Green Bay, in a video shared to social media. On Tuesday, April 7, Smith had been out of the ICU for two weeks after testing

Former Badgers, NFL player Joe Thomas collecting donations to feed kids affected by pandemic
04/08/2020 2:50pm

CLEVELAND Former Wisconsin Badgers and Cleveland Browns offensive lineman Joe Thomas and his former Cleveland teammate Andrew Hawkins have donated at least $50,000 to feed Ohio children affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Thomas and Hawkins, who since retiring from the NFL have partnered on a popular weekly podcast, also plan to match every dollar in contributions up to $50,000 to the Childrens Hunger Alliance. Donations can be made HERE. The CHA serves nutritious meals to Ohios at-risk children, helping

International Olympic Committee: Athletes already qualified for Tokyo Games get to keep spots
04/07/2020 3:00pm

TOKYO About 6,500 athletes who already have earned their spots for the Tokyo Games are in for 2021 under redrawn qualifying regulations published Tuesday by the International Olympic Committee. The IOC released its rewritten roadmap for qualifying for the games, which were rescheduled due to the coronavirus. Theyll be held July 23 through Aug. 8 next year. The new deadline for qualifying is June 29, 2021, and entry lists are due a week later. Individual international sports federations will

Silver says he does not expect any NBA decisions before May
04/06/2020 8:04pm

NEW YORK NBA Commissioner Adam Silver is bracing for several more weeks of uncertainty about the remainder of this halted season, revealing Monday night that he does not expect the league will be able to decide anything until at least May. Silver spoke on the NBAs Twitter account as part of the leagues new NBATogether initiative, in a conversation hosted by Turner Sports Ernie Johnson. Silver touched on many topics, including how the league is looking at numerous scenarios


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