Sheldon Dutes, WISN 12 News

Sheldon Dutes

WISN 12 News

Milwaukee, WI, United States

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Past articles by Sheldon:

Early in-person voting winding down

Saturday was the last day for early in-person voting in West Allis, and more than half of the city's registered voters have already cast their ballots. → Read More

Coronavirus: U.S. Dept. of Education recognizes teacher for adaptability during pandemic

A Shorewood teacher is getting national recognition for her adaptability with in-person and virtual learning. → Read More

Not all 'Happy Days' cast members happy about fundraiser for Wisconsin Democratic Party

A "Happy Days" reunion fundraiser this weekend for the Wisconsin Democratic Party has sparked a not-so-happy Twitter feud among the cast. → Read More

Early in-person voting begins Tuesday in Wisconsin

Early in-person voting begins in Wisconsin on Tuesday, two weeks before Election Day. → Read More

Coronavirus pandemic doesn't seem to affect home sales

There's at least one industry that doesn't appear to be impacted by the pandemic: real estate. → Read More

State DOJ launches school danger hotline

Wisconsin education officials are teaming up with the Wisconsin Department of Justice to keep school communities safe this school year. → Read More

UW researchers work to see if saliva could be used for coronavirus testing

A COVID-19 diagnosis could be as easy as spitting into a test tube. → Read More

Coronavirus: Local theaters look to Congress for help

Live theater venues were the first to close when the pandemic began and likely will be the last to reopen. → Read More

Mask mandate brings change to restaurant etiquette

The city of Milwaukee's new face mask mandate is ushering in a new era of etiquette when it comes to dining out. → Read More

Coronavirus: Milwaukee leaders encourage people vote by mail for August 11 primary

The next election is a primary that's happening on Tuesday, August 11, and Milwaukee city leaders are encouraging people to vote by mail. → Read More

Keep people, space and time in mind at public pools, beach, doctor says

Health officials are urging people to avoid crowds this weekend, but some people will likely head to the beach or pool, so how do you do it safely? → Read More

Alderman discuss possible mask mandate in Milwaukee

Milwaukee city aldermen were discussing Thursday whether face coverings should be required in the city of Milwaukee. → Read More

Man to shave off 2-foot beard to raise money for racial equality

Jason Kiley hopes to raise $10,000 for the African American Roundtable, which is a racial equity group based in Milwaukee. → Read More

Coronavirus pandemic could change architecture

Staying 6 feet apart, wearing masks and working from home are just some of the adjustments that emerged during the coronavirus pandemic, and these changes could have a long-lasting effect on architecture designs. → Read More

Milwaukee restaurant restart rules include 25% dine-in occupancy

Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett cleared the way for Milwaukee bars and restaurants to reopen for dine-in service last week, but there's new clarification on what that means for your next visit. → Read More

Children, families march for peace, racial equality

Hundreds of families showed up Saturday morning for a peace march through the streets of Milwaukee. → Read More

Coronavirus pandemic brings end to some live music, theater venues

Music and theater fans will have fewer options to see a live show when the pandemic ends. → Read More

Thompson: If people had listened to my pandemic statement, we would have been prepared

Former Wisconsin Gov. Tommy Thompson is the face of a new PSA for the Wisconsin Hospital Association. → Read More

Coronavirus: Wisconsin Veterans Museum hosts virtual ceremony

The Wisconsin Veterans Museum hosted a virtual ceremony Monday morning to honor the men and women who sacrificed their lives for this country. → Read More

Coronavirus: Restaurants may raise prices when they reopen

Even as businesses and restaurants begin to reopen, the effects from the pandemic may last a while. → Read More