Meg Jones, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Meg Jones

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Milwaukee, WI, United States

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Past articles by Meg:

They volunteered to serve in Iraq and Afghanistan and returned home safe. Then the health problems started.

A growing number of Iraq and Afghan war veterans are getting sick from illnesses they believe can be traced to burn pits and a contaminated Uzbek base. → Read More

World War II veteran was killed in New Guinea, then buried in unmarked Milwaukee grave will finally get a headstone

When Staff Sgt. Walter Schaller died in New Guinea while serving in the Red Arrow Division he was buried in an unmarked grave in Milwaukee. → Read More

National Guard has been Wisconsin's Swiss Army Knife in coronavirus pandemic

Thousands of Wisconsin National Guard troops have been integral to handling the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Wisconsin nonprofit trains dogs as life buddies for veterans

A Wisconsin Marine started Sierra Delta, a non-profit that trains dogs for any veteran who wants a life buddy. → Read More

Colder air set to move across southern Wisconsin, severe storms possible Tuesday

The cold front will be slamming into warm, moist air in place over Wisconsin, and the energy in the atmosphere could generate severe thunderstorms → Read More

Southbound I-43 shut down in Ozaukee County for heavy police presence

All southbound lanes of Interstate-43 near the Ozaukee County community of Belgium are closed because of a heavy presence of law enforcement vehicles. → Read More

Woman shot to death on north side Sunday night

A woman was shot to death on Milwaukee's north side Sunday night. → Read More

Popular Thiensville restaurant the cheel damaged by fire Sunday

The cheel, a popular Thiensville restaurant serving Nepali food, was heavily damaged by fire Sunday afternoon. → Read More

More than a third of state COVID tests were positive for the virus on Sunday

The 4,280 new confirmed cases account for 33.5% of the 12,761 tests that came back Sunday, according to state health officials. → Read More

'We're going to vote for healing:' Pre-vote rally held for Jacob Blake's family in Kenosha

The event was billed as a gathering for peace, unity and justice for Jacob Blake’s family. → Read More

Milwaukee's Central Count facility will tabulate votes in three shifts on Election Day

Mayor Tom Barrett says the city is as prepared as it possibly can be to count an estimated 175,000 absentee ballots on Election Day. → Read More

Minor car accident leads to shooting death of one of the drivers in Ozaukee County

A minor car accident resulted in one of the drivers shot to death on the side of Interstate 43 in Port Washington. → Read More

Songbirds migrating south for the winter are crashing into the glass walls of Milwaukee buildings

Volunteers walk Milwaukee's streets each morning, picking up bodies of songbirds that didn't make it. → Read More

State veterans homes avoided COVID for months, but now the second surge of infections is hitting veterans

Though Wisconsin's three veterans homes avoided COVID for months, the second surge is affecting veterans and staff. → Read More

Henry Piano helped found Festa Italiana, Italian Community Center

Henry Piano, a Milwaukee attorney who helped start Festa Italiana and the Italian Community Center, died Oct. 24. → Read More

Horse shot with arrow during trail ride in Southern Unit of Kettle Moraine Forest

A horse on a trail in the Southern Unit of the Kettle Moraine Forest was shot in the foot with an arrow Wednesday. → Read More

Navy will name one of its new submarines USS Wisconsin

For the first time since World War II, the Navy will name a new vessel USS Wisconsin. → Read More

Fed up after his 'Veterans for Biden' sign was vandalized 7 times, Vietnam vet sets up trail cam to help catch perp

Ted Poull's "Veterans for Biden" sign has been knocked over seven times so the Vietnam veteran set up a trail cam to catch the vandal. → Read More

There will be a full moon on Halloween this year for the first time in almost two decades

Full moons are synonymous with howling wolves, witches and vampires, but to actually see a full moon on Halloween is quite unusual. → Read More

'Our economy is going to tank,' Evers warns as coronavirus surge in Wisconsin shows no end in sight

COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths in Wisconsin have climbed faster and higher than ever with no sign of slowing down. → Read More