Sophie Carson, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Sophie Carson

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Milwaukee, WI, United States

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Past articles by Sophie:

Venus and Jupiter appeared close together Wednesday night and a lot of people thought the planets were UFOs

WISN-TV meteorologist Mark Baden said his newsroom fielded close to 100 calls from people worried the lights in the sky were UFOs or spy balloons. → Read More

Milwaukee archbishop allows Catholics to eat meat on St. Patrick's Day, which falls on a Friday in Lent

During the season of Lent, Catholics are to abstain from eating meat on Fridays. But the patron saint of Ireland's feast day falls on Friday in 2023. → Read More

Why immigrant women are especially vulnerable to domestic violence

An abusive husband could use his wife's immigration status to threaten her. She also may have fewer resources to leave the marriage. → Read More

Two Whitefish Bay High School students were about to drive into the Bayshore parking garage. Then it collapsed.

Anna Holz, 18, and Alex Peckey, 16, describe what they saw when the garage collapsed in front of their eyes. → Read More

Parking structure partially collapses at Bayshore mall

A parking structure at Bayshore mall in Glendale partially collapsed Thursday afternoon. → Read More

Plows in Milwaukee continuing to clear streets after snow storm

The city Department of Public Works also noted that garbage collection is occurring today but may be delayed. → Read More

Up to 6 inches of snow could fall in some parts of Milwaukee area on Saturday

A round of light snow Friday will be followed by a snowier Saturday that could see up to 6 inches of accumulation in some parts of southeast Wisconsin. → Read More

Stretch of I-794 eastbound closed to traffic after semi rollover

The driver suffered minor injuries, the Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office said. → Read More

Will the Streets of Old Milwaukee make the move to the new Milwaukee Public Museum?

The future of Milwaukee Public Museum's most-visited permanent exhibit remains unclear as leaders plan to open a new downtown location in 2026. → Read More

For Milwaukee's homeless, hungry and those who serve them, Christmas is a time of generosity, hope

A family with two young girls. A volunteer whose kids won't be home for Christmas. A man who has risen out of homelessness. Here are their stories. → Read More

Fr. Tim Kitzke named rector of Milwaukee's Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist

The Very Rev. Tim Kitzke will take on another parish leadership position at Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist. → Read More

On Waukesha parade tragedy anniversary, leaders emphasize community strength, support

At a local Catholic church and at Waukesha's Cutler Park, people gathered to remember those who were killed and to move forward. → Read More

Republican Amy Loudenbeck concedes to Doug La Follette in Secretary of State race

Loundenbeck's campaign previously said she was awaiting the results of the official canvass, which concluded Monday. → Read More

Paul Ryan calls himself a 'never-again-Trumper' and says Republicans will lose in 2024 with Trump on ticket

Former House Speaker Paul Ryan said Republicans would lose in 2024 if they backed Donald Trump for president. → Read More

Shawano officer fatally shoots person holding shotgun, police department says

Police responded about 5 p.m. Saturday to a Shawano home for a reported disturbance. They found a person holding a shotgun, a release says. → Read More

Two dogs die, two residents displaced in Sheboygan house fire

Firefighters were called to the scene about 1:45 p.m. Saturday in the 1100 block of Alabama Avenue. → Read More

Lawsuit asks to sequester military ballots following Milwaukee election official case

Kimberly Zapata said she sent military ballots with fake names to Rep. Janel Brandtjen's home in Menomonee Falls to make a point about voter fraud. → Read More

Markesan teen dies in single-vehicle crash on rural Alto road

The teen was heading west on Lake Maria Road when he crashed into a guardrail along the edge of the road, the sheriff's office said. → Read More

These Catholics are trying to work within the church to change how sexual abuse is addressed

The group believes that the archdiocese has come a long way in addressing clergy abuse but more can be done to support survivors. → Read More

'The church is our rightful home': At Catholic Mass for LGBTQ community, a message of inclusion

The Mass at St. Bernadette Parish drew people who were eager to remain in the Catholic faith while also pushing for change. → Read More