Sarah Hauer, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Sarah Hauer

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Milwaukee, WI, United States

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Recent articles by Sarah:

Kohl's is keeping stores closed and furloughing employees to cut half a billion dollars in expenses

Kohl's, based in Menomonee Falls, plans to decrease its capital expenditures by half a billion dollars, it said in a news release. → Read More

Reopening of Punch Bowl Social in the Fiserv Forum entertainment block uncertain after the coronavirus pandemic

The two-story, 24,500-square-foot restaurant and entertainment complex opened in the Fiserv Forum entertainment block just more than a year ago. → Read More

It took a pandemic for U.S. consumers to adopt the bidet

Sales of Kohler Co. bidet seats are up eight times from last year in March specifically. → Read More

Here's who's hiring in the Milwaukee area during coronavirus

The coronavirus pandemic has shuttered many businesses in the Milwaukee area. While it has meant closed doors for some, others are still hiring. → Read More

More than 45,700 new unemployment claims have been filed in Wisconsin this week

More than 16,200 people filed new unemployment claims in the state just on Thursday. → Read More

Kohl's is closing all of its stores across the U.S. in response to coronavirus pandemic

All Kohl's stores will close Thursday at 7 p.m. local time, the company announced in a news release. → Read More

Unemployment claims in Wisconsin rise with the spread of coronavirus

Around 5,200 people filed unemployment claims in Wisconsin during the week ending March 14. That's 150 more than in the prior week. → Read More

Coronavirus cases rise above 100 in Wisconsin as day care capacity is limited and election lawsuit filed

The total number of confirmed cases of coronavirus in Wisconsin rose above 100 Wednesday as life across the state continued to slow down. → Read More

More than 101,400 new unemployment claims in 9 days as the coronavirus pandemic closes businesses

Just Monday, around 21,250 new unemployment claims were filed, according to preliminary data released by the Department of Workforce Development. → Read More

Kohl's reducing its store hours at all of its around 1,100 locations

All Kohl's stores will be open for customers from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. local time until further notice. → Read More

Kohl's to start selling Lands' End online and in select stores

Starting in the fall, Kohls shoppers will be able to buy Lands' End online and at select stores. → Read More

A bit rough around the edges, Trevor Wetselaar was a sweet guy who opened his heart and home

Trevor Wetselaar never took himself too seriously, and could quickly open up with longtime friends and newcomers alike. → Read More

MMAC trying to get Milwaukee employers 'all on the same page' about how to address coronavirus

"If we’re not all on the same page we’re not going to be as effective at flattening the curve," Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce President Tim Sheehy said. → Read More

Milwaukee needs to spread out its workforce to control coronavirus outbreak, MMAC president says

The number of active coronavirus cases in Wisconsin increased to 46 with 13 in Milwaukee County as of a Monday briefing. → Read More

We found gas prices under $2 a gallon in Milwaukee, Wauwatosa and Menomonee Falls

The lowest price around Milwaukee was $1.99 a gallon, according to the tracking site GasBuddy. → Read More

Milwaukee startup accelerator Gener8tor named to list of world's most innovative companies for music programs

The music accelerator works with 3 to 4 artists or bands for 12 weeks to help them create, expand networks, access health resources and get $20,000. → Read More

A website that pitches itself as 'Airbnb but by the hour' is renting space for meetings and parties in Milwaukee

Peerspace has around 20 listings in the metro area, even though it isn't officially launched in Milwaukee. → Read More

Kohl's cancels in-person investor day because of coronavirus

Kohl's will hold the event through a webcast exclusively. Kohl's will give more details on plans to cut eight brands from its weak women's department. → Read More

How Wisconsin stocks fared in the coronavirus market downturn Monday

At the end of the day, the Dow Jones Industria Average was down more than 2,000 points, 7.79%. → Read More

Democratic National Convention Committee hiring summer interns

The Democratic National Convention Committee will pay interns a $1,440 monthly stipend with additional compensation for overtime worked July 6 to 16. → Read More