Drake Bentley, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Drake Bentley

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Milwaukee, WI, United States

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  • Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Past:
  • HTR
  • Daily Tribune Media
  • SheboyganPress Media
  • Daily Herald Media
  • Oshkosh Northwestern
  • Marshfield News
  • Green Bay Press-Gaz.
  • Fond du Lac Reporter

Recent articles by Drake:

25 cases of salmonella in Wisconsin linked to onions; CDC asking people to throw away onions if unsure of the source

The outbreak was first reported in mid-September but the CDC, FDA and health officials had not identified a food linked to the illnesses. → Read More

Madison woman accused of attacking State Sen. Tim Carpenter found not guilty by a jury

Kerida O'Reilly, 34, of Madison, was found not guilty of felony battery and misdemeanor disorderly conduct. → Read More

'Let's party tonight': Brandon Jennings in town for Milwaukee Bucks Ring Night

The creator of "Bucks in Six," announced on Twitter he is in town for the Bucks Ring Night. → Read More

First, he razed the mansion. Now, Chris Abele's Shorewood lot listed for $2.6 million.

The 2.52 acre lot overlooking Lake Michigan is listed for $2.6 million on real estate websites → Read More

Moneybagg Yo brings his flavor of Southern rap to a mostly full Miller High Life Theatre in Milwaukee

Memphis artist Moneybagg Yo made a visit to Milwaukee during his nationwide tour. → Read More

ESPN's Doris Burke on the Milwaukee Bucks: 'Can we stop disrespecting the champs?'

Longtime basketball analyst Doris Burke commentated a preseason matchup on ESPN Wednesday and share her thoughts on the Bucks. → Read More

One woman is dead and two people are injured in the latest incident involving multiple shootings on Milwaukee's north side

Saturday's shooting happened in the 3600 block of West Chambers Street, where a 30-year-old woman was fatally shot. → Read More

County Stadium was home to both the Braves and Brewers. Here are some memorable moments from those teams.

From World Series to Bud Selig and Bernie Brewer, here are some of the most memorable moments at County Stadium. → Read More

While 1,100 people are hospitalized with COVID-19, Sen. Ron Johnson says overcrowding no worse than 'bad flu season'

The flu hospitalized 7,520 people — a record high — during Wisconsin's 2017-18 flu season. Five times that many have been hospitalized with COVID-19. → Read More

Three dead, one in critical condition after north-side shooting; incident is second with multiple victims in one night

The shooting occurred soon after five were injured in another north-side incident that involved an officer engaging in a shootout with a suspect. → Read More

Five injured after a north side shooting; police officer fired his weapon at suspect

The condition of the five gunshot victims injured in the incident in the 2400 block of N. 37th Street is unknown. → Read More

A semi rollover spills thousands of cans of Leinenkugel’s beer on a Wisconsin highway

Leinenkugel's president, Dick Leinenkugel, said in a tweet that it seems the cargo was Leinenkugel's Toasted Buck beer. → Read More

A 1-year-old Milwaukee boy died from abuse, police say; two arrested

A 32-year-old woman and a 22-year-old man were arrested in connection to the death of 1-year-old Zion Price. → Read More

Robin Lopez joked he's 'not sure' the Bucks won the championship; said he needs to do his own research

The Orlando Magic center and twin brother to Milwaukee Bucks Brook Lopez joked that he wasn't sure if the Bucks won the championship. → Read More

Milwaukee County Medical Examiner's Office: Four homicides in the last 24 hours

The Milwaukee County Medical Examiner's Office said Tuesday afternoon that it has been called to four homicides in the last 24 hours. → Read More

Milwaukee police are investigating a 'suspicious' vehicle fire with a dead body found inside

Milwaukee police said the fire happened on the 2700 block of South 16th Street around 8:10 p.m. Tuesday. → Read More

The Hop streetcar is hosting a job fair on Thursday afternoon

The job fair will take place from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Streetcar Maintenance Facility, 450 N. Fifth St. → Read More

'Get a shot, get a hundred bucks': City of Milwaukee offering $100 gift card in exchange for the COVID-19 vaccine

The Northwest Health Center is located at 7630 W. Mill Rd and the Southside Health Center is located at 1639 S. 23rd St. → Read More

Milwaukee Office of Violence Prevention Summer of Healing event connects community to mental health resources

Community activists and Milwaukee residents gathered at Sherman Park Saturday afternoon for the final Summer of Healing event. → Read More

A lot has changed since Milwaukee elected a Socialist mayor. Could there be renewed interest?

The Democratic Socialists of America have had success in other races across the country. Now, will they field a mayoral candidate in Milwaukee? → Read More