Joshua Bote, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Joshua Bote

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Washington, DC, United States

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Recent articles by Joshua:

West Coast wildfires are ravaging communities. Here's how to help victims and first responders

220,000 people have evacuated across California, Oregon and Washington, while millions of others continue to be exposed to harsh air conditions. → Read More

Events honoring the lives lost in the 9/11 terror attacks will look different this year. Here's how to watch them.

9/11 tribute events are taking on various socially-distanced forms this year as organizers seek unconventional ways to safely commemorate the victims. → Read More

Coronavirus live updates: CDC tells officials to be ready for vaccine by November; steroids can help severely ill patients

Clinical trials of a COVID-19 vaccine can be cut short if there are early indications of success or failure, Dr. Anthony Fauci says. Latest news. → Read More

Nebraska man's 'boneless chicken wings' rant goes viral. His ideas for a better name include 'wet tenders' or 'saucy nugs'.

Lincoln resident Ander Christensen raised his fervent opposition to the term 'boneless chicken wings' during an Aug. 31 city council meeting. → Read More

Philadelphia mayor apologizes after viral photo shows him dining indoors in Maryland despite city ban

Kenney apologized in a tweet Monday, explaining that he felt "the risk was low because the county he visited had fewer than 800 COVID-19 cases." → Read More

Coronavirus live updates: SEAL who shot bin Laden is banned from Delta; vaccine trial going well; Hawaii unveils 'resort bubble'

Drugmakers reported positive results from another COVID-19 vaccine trial; the CDC head said the Southern surge is "beginning to turn the tide." → Read More

Coronavirus updates: Florida passes 10,000 deaths; Pope warns against the rich getting vaccine first; world cases top 22M

Florida surpasses 10,000 deaths. The Pope warns against the rich getting a future vaccine first. First case from Sturgis bike rally. Latest COVID-19 news. → Read More

Americans are drinking more amid the COVID-19 pandemic, but experts warn any relief is temporary

Experts caution against drinking to cope with stress amid the coronavirus pandemic. The relief is temporary and the damage can be lasting. → Read More

Be polite and be safe when delivery workers or repair people come to your home without a mask

There’s a fine line between preserving your safety and and not raising tensions with a stranger. Here's how to navigate such situations. → Read More

Americans are drinking more during the COVID-19 pandemic. But how much alcohol is too much?

Experts caution against drinking "to cope with negative emotions" associated with the coronavirus pandemic. Here's how much you should be drinking. → Read More

The Perseids are the best meteor shower of the summer. Here's how to watch.

On a clear night under the right conditions, you can expect to see anywhere from 15 to 20 meteors an hour. → Read More

Researchers have discovered the origins of Stonehenge's massive, mysterious sarsen stones

A restoration of Stonehenge more than 60 years ago proved to be key to this breakthrough, published in the Science Advances journal Wednesday. → Read More

A Florida school district shared a video of its reopening. Some parents call it 'apocalyptic-y.'

The two-minute clip, shared by the School District of Manatee County on its Facebook on July 21, came under scrutiny after going viral online. → Read More

Woman killed in Maine's first great white shark attack identified as 63-year-old from NYC

Julie Dimperio Holowach, a 63-year-old woman from New York City died Monday after a great white bit her approximately off the shore of Bailey Island. → Read More

NASA will launch a balloon the size of a football stadium into the stratosphere

NASA will launch a telescope named ASTHROS and a balloon the size of a football stadium so researchers can study the formation of stars. → Read More

Shooting suspect Roy Den Hollander was a men's rights activist. What does that mean?

Roy Den Hollander, the self-proclaimed anti-feminist lawyer, invoked men's rights throughout his life. What is it and how did it emerge? → Read More

'Get in good trouble, necessary trouble': Rep. John R. Lewis in his own words

Devoting his life to racial justice and equity, Rep. John R. Lewis was an unmatched orator. Here are some of his most memorable quotes. → Read More

Ohio veteran, 37, who went viral for refusing to wear a mask, died of COVID-19

A friend of Richard Rose III's, said in a Facebook post his friend was believed to be healthy. Ohio does not have a mandate for wearing masks. → Read More

A Michigan jeweler is retiring and burying $1 million worth of treasure for a 'quest'

Johnny Perri buried his entire jewelry store — and "thousands upon thousands" of precious metals and antiques — throughout the state. → Read More

Man survives 400-pound bear attack in Colorado home

Colorado Park and Wildlife officers were able to find the suspected bear, which they confirmed based on DNA evidence, and euthanized it that day. → Read More