Daniel Bice, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Daniel Bice

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Milwaukee, WI, United States

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  • Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Past:
  • Marshfield News
  • USA TODAY
  • 11Alive Atlanta
  • wusa9
  • 13News Now
  • 12NewsNow
  • Green Bay Press-Gaz.
  • ksdk.com
  • WLTX
  • Fond du Lac Reporter

Recent articles by Daniel:

Nearly all Milwaukee Common Council members have been vaccinated ahead of deadline for city workers

Alds. Milele Coggs and Khalif Rainey declined to say whether they had been vaccinated against COVID-19. → Read More

New attorney leaves Milwaukee City Attorney's Office saying he was asked to write retaliatory memo

"That is an intolerable abuse of power and I will not be party to it," attorney Christian Thomas wrote in the letter to City Attorney's Office staff. → Read More

Former Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch tests positive for COVID-19 while on campaign trail for governor

A spokesman for former Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch, a colon cancer survivor, said she is feeling fine since she tested positive for COVID-19. → Read More

Bice: Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes filed no income tax returns and was on BadgerCare during the 2018 campaign

Mandela Barnes' campaign says he left his position with State Innovation Exchange in late 2017 and had no paid job in 2018 while running for office. → Read More

Milwaukee County Sheriff Earnell Lucas plans run for Milwaukee mayor, spokesman says

The sheriff will join Common Council President Cavalier Johnson as candidates now that Mayor Tom Barrett is nominated to be ambassador to Luxembourg. → Read More

Milwaukee Ald. Chantia Lewis, who is running for U.S. Senate, facing criminal charges, including embezzlement

The 43-page complaint states that Lewis "defrauded the City of Milwaukee and her campaign, collectively, of at least $21,666.70." → Read More

Bill McCoshen, a likely candidate for governor, was once cited for urinating in a tavern

McCoshen, weighing a bid for governor, said he hasn’t had a drink since the 2008 disorderly conduct arrest, the "most embarrassing night of my life." → Read More

Bice: Who's in, who's out and who's undecided in what should be a crowded field for city's next mayoral race

The announcement that Mayor Tom Barrett is being nominated as Luxembourg's ambassador is expected to unleash a tidal wave of political ambition in Milwaukee. → Read More

What's expected to happen in Milwaukee now that Mayor Barrett is nominated as ambassador

Barrett will likely resign, but it's not known when, and Cavalier Johnson would likely become acting mayor. Here's what else we know. → Read More

Bice: Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes says he won't take money from corporations, but that wasn't the case last year

Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes, who is running for U.S. Senate, has received a total of $6,450 from seven corporate political action committees since 2014. → Read More

Bice: Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis raises big bucks at suburban Milwaukee fundraiser

DeSantis has emerged this year as a Republican rock star and top presidential contender for 2024, crafting an image as a leading Trump acolyte. → Read More

Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes begins fundraising for a potential U.S. Senate run

Under federal campaign rules, potential candidates have a 15-day period to raise cash and test the waters before officially entering a race. → Read More

Bice: U.S. Senate candidate Sarah Godlewski didn't vote in 2016 election despite working on Hillary Clinton campaign

Three Democratic candidates for U.S. Senate — Sarah Godlewski, Gillian Battino and Steven Olikara — had spotty voting records, according to state records. → Read More

Outside investigation could not confirm harassment allegations against top Department of Justice staffers, records show

But the reports did find areas of "concern" in the actions of two appointed aides to Democratic Attorney General Josh Kaul. → Read More

Milwaukee's second acting police chief in a year is a candidate for Wauwatosa chief, sources say

Jeffrey Norman is the city's second acting police chief since the Fire and Police Commission ousted Alfonso Morales 10 months ago. That legally flawed decision has haunted the commission as it searches for a permanent chief. → Read More

Bice: Republicans urge Attorney General Josh Kaul to release reports on harassment complaints by staffers

Officials with the state Department of Justice say the process of editing the investigative reports into the harassment complaints has been quite lengthy. → Read More

Embattled City Attorney Tearman Spencer to lose two top appointees, bringing staff exodus to 13

Ald. Michael Murphy suggested some of the turnover might be tied to recent harassment complaints made against City Attorney Tearman Spencer by female staffers. → Read More

Probe into complaints finds Milwaukee City Attorney Tearman Spencer not subject to city's anti-harassment policy

Milwaukee City Attorney Tearman Spencer was accused of harassing female staffers. → Read More

Former Ald. Tony Zielinski sells his Bay View mansion, dubbed the 'Milwaukee Monstrosity,' for $1.6 million

The Bay View mansion, dubbed the Milwaukee Monstrosity, went for $1.63 million -- down more than 20% from its original asking price of $2.1 million. → Read More

Bice: Superintendent candidate Jill Underly accused of 'hypocrisy' for sending children to private school

Superintendent candidate Jill Underly opposes using tax dollars to send poor kids to private schools. But her children attended a Catholic school for two years. → Read More