| Oct 28, 2011
The night began with alcohol, athletes and a group of freshman women. Before sunrise last Halloween, two female students would say they were sexually attacked by Marquette University athletes, touching off a crisis that quietly engulfed the school.
| Jan 2, 2012
| 6:01 PM
Campus sex assaults
A 14-month examination into the handling of sexual assault cases on Midwestern campuses prompted two federal investigations and sweeping changes to how universities and prosecutors respond to reports.
In November, the U.S. Department...
| Jun 21, 2011
| 6:39 PM
MILWAUKEE — On a chilly Sunday morning, a 19-year-old Marquette University student walked into the campus security office and tearfully reported being raped by an athlete just hours earlier.
She says two of the officers on duty that February day...
| Jan 27, 2012
WGN Radio morning news anchor Steve Bertrand has been selected to receive the Communicator of the Year Award from the J. William and Mary Diederich College of Communication at Marquette University. The award recognizes exceptional professional achievement...
| Feb 19, 2012
"I'm not sick; I'm only dying," a friend told Dr. William Lamers Jr. The man had inoperable cancer and wanted to go home to die, but his doctor wouldn't let him out of the hospital.
It was the early 1970s, when most people with incurable illnesses died...
| Aug 21, 2008
Facebook: Fan Page
Cheryl Parker anchors FOX-59 News at 10. A graduate of Marquette University, Cheryl joined FOX59 News in 1994 after stints with television stations in Lansing, Michigan, Grand...
| Feb 13, 2008
| 10:53 AM
When it comes to winter getaways, many of us think warm: Cabo, Jamaica, Miami. These are the literal hot spots, where bone-chilling winter blahs melt like so many snowflakes into sandy beaches, tropical drinks and balmy sunsets. But a quick jaunt to Cabo,...
| Jul 10, 2008
MILWAUKEE — In a cubicle at Marquette University, a professor of dentistry and a former prosecutor are trying to use computer science to shore up a beleaguered forensic discipline.
But as the two men try to lay the groundwork to provide a...
| Oct 5, 2006
It's 9:20 on a weekday morning, and 20 people awaiting their liquid wake-up call are lined up from the cash register all the way to the door inside the Starbucks at 444 N. Michigan Ave. Statistically, at least one of them may be a thief. Or maybe not.
| Jul 23, 2008
IN 19th CENTURY EUROPE, when modern science bumped aside the Christian God as the primary artistic foundation for meaning and moral value, artists lost a subject that had preoccupied them for hundreds of years. "Show me an angel and I'll paint one," the...
| Mar 19, 2010
The countdown to the National Collegiate Athletic Association's Final Four® is underway, as a semi-truck and trailer carrying the Championship Court made by Connor Sport Court stops on Wednesday, March 24 at the University of Notre Dame, near South Bend....