Bundle & Save
with Time Warner Cable

TV + Internet

from $ 44 99 /mo.
for 12 mos.*

Check availability
In waukesha , wisconsin

  Click to call

Starter TV
& Turbo Internet

  • 20+ Channels
     
  • Up to 30 Mbps Internet
    FREE Internet Security + Parental Controls + TWC WiFi® Hotspots

only$ 6499 /mo.
for 12 mos.

PREFERRED TV +
EXTREME INTERNET + PHONE

  • 200+ Channels
    + FREE HD Box + TWC TV®
    + On Demand + EPIX
  • Up to 30 Mbps Internet
    FREE Internet Security + Parental Controls + TWC WiFi® Hotspots
  • Unlimited Nationwide Calling
    with 13 calling features + Voicemail & VoiceZone®

only$ 8999 /mo.
for 12 mos.

  Click to call

Time Warner Cable offers are available in your state now!

Moving to waukesha, wisconsin?
Here are some helpful links to get you started.

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
Town, school board races highlight spring election in Waukesha

The town of Waukesha will consider its leadership, and residents of the Waukesha School District will do the same in next week's general election. Wayne's wife, Milette, is also seeking a position on the board, squaring off against Brian Fischer , who has held his supervisor's seat since 2011.

developer says condos were in his plan, but he wanted to preserve the Blair House

What becomes of the vacant Blair House in the city of Waukesha is still unknown and might be for some time, but local developer and contractor Eric Standarski wants to set the record straight. Standarski claims that had the city sold him the historic home at 434 Madison St., he never had any intention of tearing it down, contrary to what the city was told or believed.

County Museum will temporarily suspend its operations as part of new plan

A lot of uncertainty has surrounded the Waukesha County Museum in the last few years, and its future, particularly in the old courthouse building in downtown Waukesha, has been questioned . Constable has unveiled changes to the museum's operations - it will soon temporarily close - and in its direction, all in the hope that it will set the museum up for long-term financial stability.

Considering downtown Waukesha's long-term future

That's the goal, in part, of the multiple-year road construction project that is revamping downtown's roads, infrastructure and pedestrian areas. This year's road project on the west end of downtown is well under way .

City of Waukesha committee recommends sober server ordinance for bars

Will Waukesha be a safer all-around city if a sober server ordinance is adopted? The police department believes so. Downtown bar owners don't feel the ordinance is a bad idea, either.

HAWS asking for public support to help seized chinchillas in Waukesha

The Humane Animal Welfare Society of Waukesha County has taken hold of the 331 chinchillas that were seized on March 29 from a home in the city of Waukesha. According to Jennifer Smieja, development coordinator of HAWS, police and fire department authorities were called to the home on Sunday morning to check on a resident of the home when several hundred chinchillas were discovered on the property.

What's Happening: March 30 to April 6

Please see our discussion guidelines and terms of use for more information. If you see a comment that violates our guidelines, please flag it for review.

Power out in west Milwaukee, east Wauwatosa

We Energies officials are trying to figure out why 3,200 customers in west Milwaukee and east Wauwatosa have lost power. Customers bounded by W. Hadley St., N. 30th St., Wauwatosa Ave. and Hillcrest Drive have been hit by the outage.

300 chinchillas removed from a unlivablea Wisconsin home

A Waukesha Fire Department battalion chief told WITI that the conditions inside the home were the worst he's seen in 30 years on the job. Law enforcement and Humane Animal Welfare Society crews worked to remove the chinchillas from the Waukesha, Wis., home.

Daughter locked in basement: Diaper-wearing girl, 13, locked up and ridiculed

A couple in Wisconsin is accused of locking their teenage daughter in a basement every day after school because they 'found her disgusting." According to officials, the girl came to school several times wearing a diaper, but a teacher's concerns went... A couple's 13-year-old daughter, locked in a basement and forced to defecate in diapers , was ridiculed by both her own mother and stepfather, who nicknamed their autistic teenage girl "Stink" and sent her to school with encrusted feces on her skin and clothes.

Former Waukesha Freeman Editor Tells Conservatives Gov. Walker Has Betrayed Them

In a lengthy guest opinion column in Wednesday's conservative Waukesha Freeman newspaper, Pete Kennedy states: "There comes a time when you have to face reality--when it's time to say, 'My date isn't late. My date isn't showing up.'

Latest Developments in Alzheimer's Research

Recent developments around Alzheimer's biomarkers have fueled excitement and hope that we may be able to detect and treat Alzheimer's disease pathology much earlier than before. New studies on retinal testing and ultrasound wave studies provide even more optimism.

Waukesha County emergency crews search for missing 2-year-old

With dogs and a dive rescue team, Waukesha County sheriffs search for a missing 2-year-old boy in the Town of Genesee [CAPTIONING MADE POSSIBLE BY WISN-TV] [CAPTIONING PERFORMED BY THE NATIONAL CAPTIONING INSTITUTE, WHICH IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ITS CAPTION CONTENT AND ACCURACY. VISIT NCICAP.ORG] ANNOUNCER: WISN NEWS STARTS RIGHT NOW.

Riley Francis receives seminar scholarship

Riley Francis, a senior at Bureau Valley High School, has been awarded a scholarship to attend the 2015 World Affairs Seminar, Global Energy: Who's Got the Power, by the Rotary Club of Walnut. The seminar will take place at Carroll University in Waukesha, Wis., June 20-26.

Waukesha Couple Accused of Locking Teen in Basement

A Brookfield couple is accused of locking their 13-year-old daughter in the basement and forcing her to wear a diaper. The mother and stepfather have been charged with child neglect in Waukesha County.

Softball: Oconomowoc vs. Waukesha West

We welcome reader discussion but strive to keep things civil. Please see our discussion guidelines and terms of use for more information.

Visit gallery

We welcome reader discussion but strive to keep things civil. Please see our discussion guidelines and terms of use for more information.

Experts Team on Healthcare Data Storage Solutions

Waukesha, WI -- Dedicated Computing, a global technology company, announced today a strategic partnership with Infortrend to provide its healthcare customers with a robust suite of high performance network storage solutions. The growing use of personalized medicine to improve patient outcomes is causing an explosion in amount of data that needs to be retained.

The Great Lakes Compact

The protection and preservation of the largest surface water system in the world needs to be discussed as a campaign issue in 2016. This is not only important at the Presidential level, but in all of the open great lakes gubernatorial races, as well.

Children in adult jails

LAST May two 12-year-girls lured Payton Leutner into the woods in Waukesha, Wisconsin, stabbed her 19 times and left her for dead. The girls claim they were trying to appease the Slender Man, a fictional bogeyman who preys on children.

Time Warner Cable bundles in Waukesha , Wisconsin

Living in the 21st century means people are bombarded with choices all the time. But Time Warner Cable knows that keeping your life simple is the best thing they can offer. By bundling your digital services like cable TV, high speed Internet and home phone services together, customers can save money and time. Imagine if you were able to get your electric, gas, water and trash bills all on one statement. Time Warner Cable in Waukesha , Wisconsin , makes your life simpler, and allows you to have more money to spend on other things.

Time Warner Cable in Waukesha , Wisconsin, understands that people just want low prices, high-quality products and convenience. The billing is easy, with easy to understand items and no hidden charges.

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

When you sign up with Time Warner Cable for digital cable TV in Waukesha , Wisconsin, you will get all of the best channels your entire family loves to watch. Some of their best features include their Look Back® option, which allows viewers to watch select prime time shows within 72 hours, even if they didn’t record it on their DVR.

With Digital Home Phone from Time Warner Cable, people will get unlimited calling, easy-to-use calling features and reliable service for one low, low price.

Bundling all of your digital services means plenty of savings for you – so take advantage of Time Warner Cable’s great collection of cable TV, high-speed Internet and digital phone services.