Sophie Carson, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Sophie Carson

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Milwaukee, WI, United States

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Recent articles by Sophie:

Police respond to Six Flags Great America in Gurnee, Illinois after report of shooting

It was not immediately clear how many people were shot or their conditions. → Read More

Wisconsin to see near-record-high temperatures as weather turns extra hot

Heat index values across much of the state are expected to near or pass 100 degrees Monday and Tuesday. Thunderstorms are possible Tuesday. → Read More

Families continue long-running traditions, make new memories at Milwaukee's Juneteenth parade and festival

The celebratory event, which drew thousands to the North King Drive area, was a chance for families to make memories and have fun in the warm weather. → Read More

Wisconsin judge shooting suspect had frequent legal trouble, but friends surprised by alleged violence

Douglas K. Uhde, 56, doesn't like authority figures and has had frequent legal troubles, said a Michigan man who has known him since childhood. → Read More

Multiple shots fired, unknown number of victims at Racine's Graceland Cemetery during funeral for man killed by police

Racine police in a tweet asked people to avoid the area of Graceland Cemetery after multiple shots were fired. → Read More

Multiple shots fired, unknown number of victims at Racine's Graceland Cemetery during funeral for man killed by police

Racine police in a tweet asked people to avoid the area of Graceland Cemetery after multiple shots were fired. → Read More

Three Wisconsin men, former pastors, appear on the Southern Baptist Convention list of abusers

The three men were pastors at Baptist churches in Hales Corners, Racine and Burlington. All were charged with crimes related to child sexual abuse. → Read More

'I need parents to step up': Milwaukee city leaders urge residents to do more to reduce violence, reckless driving

Mayor Cavalier Johnson spoke to sixth graders at Roosevelt Creative Arts Middle School, who wrote him letters with concerns about reckless driving. → Read More

Business sluggish at downtown Milwaukee bars two days after Deer District shootings injured 21 after Bucks game

Those who ventured out said they weren't worried about their safety, but they did expect that the weekend's violence would affect turnout in the short-term. → Read More

Overnight shootings leave 2 dead in Milwaukee, including 17-year-old boy

Police have reported nine juvenile victims of homicides so far this year in Milwaukee. Four of them were killed in the last week. → Read More

Milwaukee judge who blocked DNA evidence in Ee Lee homicide case in Washington Park gives prosecutors second chance

Ee Lee was raped, beaten and found barely breathing at the edge of a pond in 2020. Kevin T. Spencer, Jr., is one of two teens charged in her death. → Read More

Eight people were shot and two were killed in a 10-hour period in Milwaukee this weekend

A 19-year-old woman and 23-year-old man were killed Saturday in separate incidents. Six others were wounded from Saturday afternoon to Sunday morning. → Read More

The Milwaukee woman who 'single-handedly created a post-abortion ministry' for the Catholic church has died

Milwaukee Archbishop Jerome Listecki said Vicki Thorn "single-handedly created a post-abortion healing ministry at a time when none existed." → Read More

What's the recovery timeline for Bucks star Khris Middleton after his MCL sprain?

Khris Middleton has a sprained MCL, which could keep him out of the Bucks' playoff lineup for days or weeks. → Read More

Milwaukee's Memorial Day parade will not continue because of lack of enthusiasm, rising costs

"Support and enthusiasm have diminished" for the parade over the last few years, organizers said. The 2019 event was the 154th parade. → Read More

Jewish organization acts as a bridge to make food accessible to all, from Passover staples to farmers market veggies

Volunteers recently packed and distributed more than 400 bags of Passover food, part of a local nonprofit's mission to bridge gaps in access to food. → Read More

What we know about NYC subway shooting suspect Frank James' ties to Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Frank James, 62, recently lived in Milwaukee before packing up his belongings and leaving in late March, according to YouTube videos. → Read More

Reports of antisemitism in Wisconsin remain near record-high levels in 'troubling trend'

The Milwaukee Jewish Community Relations Council noted an increase in statements that compared the Holocaust to mask and vaccine requirements. → Read More

Four hurt in shooting overnight at party on West Melvina Street, including 24-year-old man in critical condition

A 24-year-old Milwaukee man suffered life-threatening injuries, police said. A 28-year-old woman and two men, ages 23 and 28, were also injured. → Read More

Eastern, southern Wisconsin to see 2 to 4 inches of snow Sunday night into Monday, less further north

Snow falling overnight Sunday into Monday could affect the morning commute in the Milwaukee area as well as parts of northeast Wisconsin. → Read More