Joe Taschler, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Joe Taschler

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Germantown, WI, United States

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Recent:
  • Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Past:
  • USA TODAY
  • Marshfield News
  • Post-Crescent Media
  • Fond du Lac Reporter
  • argusleader
  • Daily Tribune Media
  • SheboyganPress Media

Recent articles by Joe:

Pleasant Prairie site will play role in Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine distribution as UK approves vaccine's use

Pfizer says its Pleasant Prairie site will be included in the distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine the company has developed with partner BioNTech. → Read More

Thanksgiving travel predictions all but impossible as virus cases spike

With COVID running rampant, it's not clear how busy the upcoming holiday travel season is going to be. → Read More

Pick ’n Save, Metro Market pharmacies now offering COVID-19 rapid antibody testing

Rapid antibody testing is being studied as one of the ways to help bring Wisconsin's COVID-19 outbreak under control. → Read More

Harley-Davidson unveils images, prices for its new Serial 1 brand e-bicycles

Initial Serial 1 e-bicycles will have a price range of $3,399 to $4,999. → Read More

Additional stimulus needed to deal with global surge in COVID cases, Deloitte economist says

We can't continue deficit spending forever, but for now more stimulus is needed to protect the economy from the impact of COVID-19, economist says. → 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

Deer are running all over in Wisconsin right now and motorists are crashing into them across the state

Every day in Wisconsin for four straight years, a motorist has hit a deer somewhere in the state. Those crashes are becoming more expensive to repair. → Read More

Two police officers shot in Delafield; I-94 shut down in both directions

Two police officers were shot early Friday near I-94 and Highway 83 in Delafield, according to emergency radio traffic and media reports. → Read More

Near record November warmth will continue into weekend, forecasters say

The above-normal temperatures in southern Wisconsin are expected to remain through the upcoming weekend, forecasters say. → Read More

Crushed by virus, 2 mall operators, including operator of Brookfield Square, file for bankruptcy

Two mall operators, with properties across the U.S., have filed for bankruptcy protection. → Read More

Abundant sunshine, warm November temperatures will accompany Wisconsin voters to the polls on Tuesday

While research shows that bad weather can affect voter turnout, it won't be a factor in Wisconsin on Tuesday. → Read More

It will get up to 50 degrees in Wisconsin Wednesday, making it a beautiful day to get out and vote

The forecast for the coming days shows no major weather systems coming through the state through Election Day, the National Weather Service says. → Read More

Harley-Davidson launches e-bicycle brand, Serial 1 Cycle Co.

Harley-Davidson has created a new, separate brand with the Serial 1 Cycle Co., an e-bicycle company. → Read More

Harley-Davidson launches e-bicycle brand, Serial 1 Cycle Co.

Harley-Davidson has created a new, separate brand with the Serial 1 Cycle Co., an e-bicycle company. → Read More

Harley-Davidson sees third quarter profit rise despite selling fewer bikes as restructuring efforts continue

Harley-Davidson posted higher third quarter earnings compared to the same time a year ago. → Read More

Snow moves out, cold to follow; timing is 'right on track' for first flakes of the year

As far as timing, Monday's snow in Milwaukee arrived right on schedule. → Read More

Snow expected across northern Wisconsin Saturday; Green Bay and central Wisconsin could see a few flakes, too

It won't stick around for long, but the first snowflakes of the season could fly in Wisconsin this weekend. → Read More

Passenger traffic rises at Mitchell International, but is still only a fraction of what it was prior to pandemic

Air traffic at Milwaukee Mitchell International rebounded, but only slightly, in August as the pandemic continues to devastate air travel. → Read More

Frost advisory issued for southern, central, eastern Wisconsin overnight

Frost is expected overnight Thursday into early Friday morning across the southern two-thirds of Wisconsin, according to the National Weather Service. → Read More

Bankruptcy judge approves sale of Briggs & Stratton

A U.S. bankruptcy court judge has approved the sale of Briggs & Stratton to a New York private equity firm. → Read More