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About: waukesha, wisconsin

In 2006, Money magazine ranked Waukesha as No. 36 on its list of 100 Best Places to Live in the U.S. In 2007, America's Promise youth foundation ranked the city among its 100 best communities for young people. The first recorded legal forward pass in the history of football was thrown in Waukesha in a game in 1906 between Caroll College and St. Louis University by SLU halfback Bradbury Robinson.

Population: 68008
Local Newspapers: Waukesha Freeman Courier
Local Sports Teams: N/A
Local Colleges: State UniversityCarroll University, University of Wisconsin-Waukesha

Zip Codes associated with waukesha, wisconsin: 53151, 53186, 53188, 53189
Towns/Cities near waukesha, wisconsin : New Berlin, Westmoreland Grove, Brookfield, Wales, Pewaukee, Muskego, Big Bend, Mukwonago

Waukesha News
Marinette Council Denies Request to Vacate Alley

By a six to three vote, the Marinette City Council denied a request from Matt Stewart to vacate a portion of the alley behind his property at 809 Jacobson Street.

Liberty Dance Center, LLC Showcase draws big crowd

Liberty Dance Center, LLC held its' first ever Competition Showcase this past Saturday February 28th at Nathan Hale H.S. in West Allis. A huge crowd of over 400 people attended the event that offered a preview of 30 plus dances that the Liberty Dance Center Competition Team will be using in several SE Wisconsin dance competitions being held this spring.

Author Book Signing at The Book Cafe in Waukesha

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Margie Bruce 262-662-0233 Email: margiebruce@netscape.net http://margiebruce.com LOCAL AUTHOR LAUNCHES 4TH BOOK! "Come be lulled by the enchanting music of the ocean and fall in love in the Philippine islands." WAUKESHA, FEBRUARY 23 - Local women's fiction and Christian romance writer, Margie Bruce of the town of Vernon, will launch her romantic fiction, Island Lullaby, March 9, published by Whiskey Creek Press.

Ask Now: Is Brookfield's population really that old?

Is there a rumor you'd like tracked down? Geoff Bruce answers some of the mysteries of life in Brookfield and Elm Grove and helps solve everyday problems. A resident asks: I keep seeing the mayor and other people at the city talk about how they need to cater to a large population of elderly people in Brookfield.

Man shot on his property by Waukesha County deputy files lawsuit

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Missing Waukesha man found safe

The Silver Alert has been canceled for 85-year-old Donald Petersen of Waukesha after he was found safe. ******** WAUKESHA, WI -- A Silver Alert was issued for 85-year-old Donald Petersen of Waukesha.

Police Report: March 5, 2015 issue

He eventually left the store and waited outside for his girlfriend. 3A man was arrested because of a domestic disturbance at an apartment at 315 N. West Ave. at 8:46 p.m. Feb. 19. 4A caller thought a burglary was happening at her residence after she heard glass break in the front of her house at 812 Rock St. at 1:28 a.m. Feb. 20. Police determined the house was all clear.

County Board gives go-ahead to seek redevelopment proposals on Mud Baths building

The future of the former Waukesha County Health and Human Services building - the one-time Moor Mud Baths Resort - is still unknown. But the county is now taking the steps to see if a developer could repurpose the historic building on the county courthouse grounds in the city of Waukesha.

woman accused of killing a 2-year-old girl gets trial date

A trial date has been set for Nicole Wagester, a 31-year-old Waukesha woman who was accused last fall of kicking a 2-year-old girl to death. Waukesha County Circuit Court Judge Kathryn Foster on Monday, March 2, set the matter for trial after attorneys representing both parties announced that they had not been able to reach a plea agreement, according to online court records.

man accused of sexually assaulting his 17-year-old cousin

An 18-year-old Waukesha man allegedly raped his then-17-year-old cousin after she twice refused to have sex with him. Nicholas Radloff, 3927 Rivers Crossing Drive, was charged on Wednesday, Feb. 25, in Waukesha County Circuit Court with second-degree sexual assault, about two months after the rape reportedly occurred.

man reportedly robbed gas station after 'giving up on life'

Waukesha County Court Commissioners Robert Dehring determined at a preliminary hearing on Feb. 12 that there was probable cause to believe Palmore committed a felony on Jan. 9 when he reportedly held up a gas station clerk with a knife. At that hearing, prosecuting attorney Lindsey Hirt offered up the testimony of the Waukesha police officer who arrested Palmore, the incident report and Palmore's statement to police as evidence supporting the charge of armed robbery.

Twirly Birds vintage and hand-craft store moves to Waukesha

Kim Jenkins and Penny Stark of Twirly Birds will be moving their vintage and hand-craft store from West State Street to a Waukesha warehouse, 1426 Arcadian Ave., by the end of August. The store concept in Waukesha will be an "occasional marketplace," in which multiple vendors will operate out of the same warehouse and will reopen each month with a fresh offering of goods to sell.

UW-Waukesha's 'Wings' opens Friday

The University of Wisconsin-Waukesha's spring production "And Neither Have I Wings to Fly," written by Chicago playwright Ann Noble Massey, is a story of sacrifice and discovery, of knowing when to let go and when to run after. Directed by associate professor of theater and communications Steve Decker, the play opens Friday, March 6 at UW-Waukesha in the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre.

What's Happening: March 2 to March 9

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Girls basketball: Kettle Moraine vs. Arrowhead

The 11th-ranked Arrowhead girls took game one of the WIAA Division 1 regionals on Friday, Feb. 27, with a 55-36 victory over visiting Kettle Moraine. We welcome reader discussion but strive to keep things civil.

Gardeners already planning for spring

It may not look - or feel - like springtime in Wisconsin, but at the Waukesha Home and Garden Show, many people are already planning on putting their green thumbs to good use. Landscapers say they are arleady planning for the spring season, with many jobs slated to begin around May 1st - just eight weeks away.

Felines compete in Cudahy Kennel Club cat show

The best of the feline world will compete during the Cat in the Hat Pedigreed & Household Pet Cat Show Friday through Sunday at the Cudahy Kennel Club . More than 150 cats, from exotic new breeds to the household variety, will be exhibited by members of the Wisconsin Illinois Cat Fanciers.

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The local fans of Waukesha Angels (MLB), Waukesha Ducks (NHL) and other notable sports teams will get plenty of high-definition TV coverage. Fans will also able to check their teams scores online using Time-Warner Cables high-speed Internet. Residents of Waukesha need to be connected all the time

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