Jordyn Noennig, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Jordyn Noennig

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

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Recent:
  • Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Past:
  • SheboyganPress Media
  • USA TODAY
  • Enquirer
  • Packers News
  • HTR
  • Green Bay Press-Gaz.

Recent articles by Jordyn:

Milwaukee Brewers announce opening date of new restaurant in place of former TGI Friday's

Restaurant To Be Named Later is a year-round dining option at Miller Park, open daily at 11 a.m. serving lunch and dinner. → Read More

Wisconsin's MyVote website cannot recognize addresses on first election day of 2020

Wisconsin's MyVote website is experiencing a technical difficulty making it unable to tell voters where their voting stations are. → Read More

Driver charged with DUI homicide in pedestrian-vehicle fatality on North 25th and St. Paul

Todd Swessel told police he consumed four beers, and later admitted to snorting heroin and smoking synthetic marijuana prior to the collision. → Read More

A bullet was shot through a window of a Marquette dorm. No injuries were reported

The bullet penetrated an eighth story window of a dorm in the Wells Street Hall tower, which is part of the The Commons living complex. → Read More

Mother and two daughters from Amber Alert found dead in apparent homicide

Amarah J. Banks, 26; Zaniya R. Ivery, 5; and Camaria Banks, 4, were found in a garage in the 4700 block of West Burleigh Street. → Read More

A Milwaukee second grader wants to be in the FBI one day. When an agent found out, he surprised her class.

An FBI agent surprised Chriscyris Gil Midence and her classmates thanks to her speech about wanting to be in the FBI one day. → Read More

The national Bloody Mary Festival is back for a second year at the Deer District

The Bloody Mary Festival features innovative and crafty Bloody Mary mixes made by local bars and restaurants. All Bloody Marys will be mixed with Deep Eddy Vodka. → Read More

Friday night is going to be so cold that the Brewers' annual Arctic Tailgate is canceled

Activities for Friday have been canceled and fans will not be allowed to camp overnight outside Miller Park on Friday, as fans have been known to do. → Read More

Chicago is hosting All-Star weekend, but the Bucks entertainment team will play a major role

Bucks entertainment staff members have been selected out of thousands who work for different NBA teams to put on a show throughout All-Star weekend. → Read More

Milwaukee snow: 3 to 5 inches are expected to fall before evening, then mild winter weather returns

After the snow moves through, temperatures in the teens were expected for Sunday night with a possibility of light flurries. → Read More

'I get more out of that than scoring 3-pointers': George Hill mentors Milwaukee students and fellow Bucks

The Bucks have made mentoring a pillar of their community involvement, and George Hill is a champion of it. → Read More

San Francisco is calling this Wisconsin man's 49ers man cave 'the most legendary' in America

This Wisconsinite gained true fan recognition over the weekend when a San Francisco publication said his home had the "most legendary 49ers 'man cave.'" → Read More

On man dead in shooting near N. 31st and Wisconsin Monday morning

Police are searching for an unknown suspect and are investigating the circumstances surrounding the incident. → Read More

Milwaukee, other cities around Wisconsin, break high temperature records on Groundhog Day

Milwaukee and other areas around the state had spring-like temperatures on Sunday, breaking many high temperature records on Goundhog Day. → Read More

Victim in fatal hit-and-run near N. 35th and Wright identified as Anthony Barnes, 53. A suspect is in custody.

The Milwaukee County Medical Examiner has identified 53-year-old Anthony Barnes as the person who was killed in a hit and run while riding a bike → Read More

This Oscar Mayer Wienermobile was grilled over the Move Over Law in a Waukesha traffic stop

No one is above the law. Not even the famous Oscar Mayer Wienermobile. → Read More

The Bar Louie restaurants at Water Street and Bayshore have both closed, according to their Facebook pages

The restaurants, part of an Addison, Texas-based national chain, announced their closings on Facebook. → Read More

Body found near U.S. Bank at Bayshore Town Center

The Milwaukee County Medical Examiner is responding to a report of a body found near the Bayshore Town Center in Glendale. → Read More

Hit and run driver strikes and kills bicyclist early Sunday morning at N. 35th and Meinecke

A 39-year-old Milwaukee man was killed while on a bicycle after he was struck by a car early Sunday. → Read More

Third Coast Provisions chef to open Flourchild, a small plates and pizza restaurant in former Distil space

The new restaurant is by by Andrew Miller, the restaurateur behind fine dining seafood restaurant Third Coast Provisions. → Read More