John Diedrich, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

John Diedrich

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Past articles by John:

New details in Kenosha shootings: Jacob Blake tasered twice; Rittenhouse attorney says he did not transport gun

As more details emerged in the Kenosha shootings, Kyle Rittenhouse will remain in an Illinois jail. He is due in court Sept. 25. → Read More

Jacob Blake shooting; Questions answered on police use of force

Questions remain about the shooting of Jacob Blake by Kenosha Police Officer Rusten Sheskey on Aug. 23, but here's what we know. → Read More

A woman had a stroke next to one of Wisconsin's best hospitals. But her ambulance was turned away

Tiffany Tate collapsed next to a hospital closed to ambulances. This little-known "ambulance diversion" policy has been shown to endanger patients. → Read More

How can I get my child to wear a mask? How long do I need to quarantine? Experts answer your COVID questions

Months into the nation's battle with the novel coronavirus, rates of infection are climbing in some states while others are easing social distancing restrictions. So what can you do to help slow the transmission of COVID-19? The USA TODAY Network has assembled a panel of experts from the University of Wisconsin to help answer questions from readers. Please keep in mind scientists and doctors… → Read More

How can I get my child to wear a mask? How long do I need to quarantine? Experts answer your COVID questions

Months into the nation's battle with the novel coronavirus, rates of infection are climbing in some states while others are easing social distancing restrictions. So what can you do to help slow the transmission of COVID-19? The USA TODAY Network has assembled a panel of experts from the University of Wisconsin to help answer questions from readers. Please keep in mind scientists and doctors… → Read More

How can I get my child to wear a mask? How long do I need to quarantine? Experts answer your COVID questions

Months into the nation's battle with the novel coronavirus, rates of infection are climbing in some states while others are easing social distancing → Read More

Nearly 800 people have died from COVID-19 in Wisconsin. Here's what we are learning so far.

Those dying from COVID-19 in Wisconsin tend to be men in their mid-70s with at least one underlying health condition. → Read More

Wisconsin's high court said reopen. Did residents end self-quarantine amid coronavirus?

New data shows a measurable rise in Wisconsin restaurant and bar traffic, but ending the stay-home order didn't create a flood of people leaving home. → Read More

What experts know so far about how coronavirus spreads and what environments pose greater risk

As more places open in Wisconsin, where you go and what you do affects risk. We talk with experts about this and project how this will be studied. → Read More

Questions linger as new research suggests election was linked to rise in coronavirus cases

A new study from UW-Oshkosh uses cellphone mobility data to allegedly show that in-person voting was correlated with a jump in coronavirus cases. → Read More

After more than 60 years of marriage, Milwaukee-area couple dies from COVID-19 two days apart

After more than 60 years of marriage, Glenn and Beverly Wefel of Greenfield died in early April within 48 hours of each other, both claimed by the new fast-moving coronavirus. → Read More

Green Bay meatpacking plant linked to 189 COVID-19 cases closes and a federal investigation is underway

A meatpacking plant at the center of a COVID-19 outbreak in Green Bay closes as the state sees another surge in cases and deaths continue dropping. → Read More

Milwaukee police respond to report of shooting in home with multiple victims near N. 12th and W. Hadley streets

Milwaukee police have been called to the scene of a shooting in a home on the city's north side. Sources indicate there are multiple victims and the case is being investigated as a domestic incident. → Read More

Two weeks after election, COVID-19 cases have not spiked in Wisconsin but experts urge caution about conclusions

Two weeks after in-person voting in Wisconsin, the spread of COVID-19 has not exploded but experts caution that there many unknowns. → Read More

Wisconsin near 400 COVID deaths: Men over 70 with health issues; obesity common among younger victims.

As Wisconsin nears 400 deaths from COVID-19, data shows the typical victim is a male over 70 with serious health conditions. → Read More

Wisconsin deaths from COVID approach 100 as plans are made to house the sick at State Fair Park

COVID deaths in Wisconsin neared 100 as officials prepared to house the sick at State Fair Park and a seminary south of Milwaukee. → Read More

Coronavirus cases approach 400 in Wisconsin as people hunker down for what could be extended isolation

No new deaths were reported Sunday, but officials continue to scramble for equipment to protect front-line medical professionals. → Read More

Milwaukee County paramedics will use most protective masks only for very sick coronavirus patients

Milwaukee County paramedics preserving most protective masks for treating sickest coronavirus patients. → Read More

Shooter at Milwaukee Molson Coors had a long-running dispute with a co-worker, law enforcement source says

The Molson Coors shooter had been involved in a dispute with a co-worker that boiled over, according to a law enforcement source. → Read More

Miller shooter Anthony Ferrill worked as an electrician at the Milwaukee Molson Coors plant for more than 20 years

Anthony N. Ferrill, who killed five co-workers and himself Feb. 26, worked as an electrician at Molson Coors for years. → Read More