Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel


Daily morning broadsheet and the largest newspaper in Wisconsin. Owned by Journal Communications.
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Primary geographic focus: Wisconsin
Organization type(s): Media

It is the namesake of its owner, Journal Communications, which is traded on the NYSE.



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News Story

Poor? Need legal aid? Tiny part of landlord law could make lawyers wary of helping out

Bruce Vielmetti
Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel
May 25, 2018
An effort to help poor tenants facing eviction get some free legal help was so successful last year that landlords started timing court appearances for days when the Eviction Defense Project wasn't in session.

Investigative

Landlords try to keep identities secret in cat-and-mouse game

Cary Spivak, Kevin Crowe
Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel
December 4, 2016
Landlords are routinely using LLCs to avoid paying fines incurred for renting out substandard, unsafe housing or for violating ordinances aimed at preserving neighborhoods.

News Story

Milwaukee programs get grants for legal services, fighting homelessness

Mary Spicuzza
Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel
May 2, 2016
The money will be used to help provide legal services to people between the ages of 18 and 24 who are current public housing residents, or those who would be living in public housing but can't because of their criminal records.



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