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West Allis teen fights back after attacker tries to steal backpack on walk to school  WDJT

WEST ALLIS, Wis. (CBS 58) -- West Allis Police are looking for the man accused of attacking a boy when he was walking to Nathan Hale High School.

Nathan Hale High School student arrested after teacher struck by Taser during altercation  WITI FOX 6 Milwaukee

WEST ALLIS -- A Nathan Hale High School teacher was struck in the arm with a Taser during an altercation between two students on Wednesday, December ...

Gunfire ringing in classroom at Nathan Hale High School turns out to be prank  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

There was the sound of gunfire in a high school classroom, but it was a 15-year-old student playing a gunfire app on his cellphone.

‘I have 6 jobs:’ After 34 years teaching and coaching, Mary Blandino of West Allis hasn’t slowed down a bit  WITI FOX 6 Milwaukee

WEST ALLIS -- Mary Blandino of West Allis has been retired from teaching for 15 years, but she's hardly sitting around relaxing. She's still teaching, including ...

Schug vying for superintendent job in Hartford | News |  Watertown Daily Times

Current Watertown Unified School District Superintendent Cassandra Schug is one of two candidates vying for the position of Hartford Union High School District ...

Teacher tased at Nathan Hale breaking up fight  WTMJ-TV

A student tased a teacher trying to break up a fight at a West Allis High School Wednesday.

West Allis Central athletic hall of fame dotted with surprisingly many Olympic, professional and national notables  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

While everybody knows that West Allis Central was the crucible for Olympic speed skating hero Dan Jansen, how many know that 1940s Central grads Mike and ...

West Allis Hale makes its inaugural five selections for newly established athletics Hall of Fame  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

West Allis Hale's newly established athletics Hall of Fame will welcome its first five members Feb. 22.

Conservation Congress Allows Wisconsinites To Give Input About Wildlife & Environmental Issues  WUWM

An April ritual took place Monday evening in every Wisconsin county: the Conservation Congress held its annual spring meeting. The hearings are a chance.

Donald Trump interrupted by protesters in West Allis; one arrested during event at UWM

MILWAUKEE -- Donald Trump is predicting big success on Tuesday, April 5th in Wisconsin -- despite a series of controversies since he stepped foot in the ...

Trump stops at Miss Katie's Diner, Nathan Hale High School  WISN Milwaukee

Sunday was a busy day for Donald Trump. He crossed Milwaukee County to pay visits to supporters at Miss Katie's Diner, the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee ...

Wisconsin Smallmouth Alliance opposed to year-round bass fishing proposal  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

A change proposed in the DNR spring hearings handbook would create a year-round fishing season for bass in Wisconsin. The measure will be voted on ...

Bomb threat prompts evacuation at Nathan Hale High School in West Allis  WDJT

The West Allis Police Department evacuated Nathan Hale High School after a written bomb threat was found inside the school. Police say they were notified of ...

Food and drink events: Cooking classes, wine tastings, special dinners and more (spring 2019 edition)  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Bartolotta Restaurants: Pricing is per person, plus tax and gratuity, unless stated otherwise. Bacchus, 925 E. Wells St. Reservations: (414) ...

Future dog park in Hales Corners might depend on West Allis success in starting dog parks  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

HALES CORNERS - Whether a dog park is established in Hales Corners might depend on whether West Allis can start its own dog park reasonably nearby, said ...

Thompson, Howard E.

MADISON- Howard E. Thompson, age 84, passed away on Jan. 23, 2019. He was the second born son to Leonard and Hulda Thompson in West Allis, on July ...

Dozens of Milwaukee-area students are semi-finalists in the 2019 National Merit Scholarship Program  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Dozens of high school students from near-Milwaukee communities have qualified as semifinalists in the 2019 National Merit Scholarship Program.

Greendale transforms into 'A Dickens of a Village' for holiday celebration Nov. 30  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

'A Dickens of a Village' runs from 4 to 9 p.m. Nov. 30 in downtown Greendale.

Canine residents in West Allis could soon run free, play at dog parks  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

WEST ALLIS - The canine residents of the city may eventually enjoy the freedom of running as fast as they can without being held back by any leash. A group of ...

Five takeaways: West Allis Hale 60, Sussex Hamilton 56  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

George Sotiros wasn't hiding his excitement after West Allis Hale's 60-56 win over Sussex Hamilton in a Greater Metro Conference girls basketball clash Dec.

120 ways to celebrate the holidays in the Milwaukee suburbs  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Tree lightings, Santa visits and other holiday festivities fill the suburbs.

‘Come out and give:’ Red Cross issues emergency call for blood, platelet donations  WITI FOX 6 Milwaukee

SOUTHEAST WISCONSIN -- The American Red Cross is reissuing its emergency call for blood and platelet donors to give now after multiple snow storms, frigid ...

West Allis school district turns to taxpayers after blowing through $17.5 million in reserves  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

West Allis-West Milwaukee blew through $17.5 million in its fund balance over the course of a decade.

Food and drink events: Cooking classes, wine tastings, more (Fall 2018 edition)  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Apple Holler: Pick apples, or shop the Country Store for seasonal and Wisconsin products available for purchase year-round. 5006 S. Sylvania Ave., Sturtevant, ...

Acting coach now faces child sex charges Milwaukee

NEW BERLIN (WITI) -- It's a real-life drama for a local acting coach. A man hired to direct high school plays and musicals throughout the state is in jail on child ...

Five takeaways: West Allis Hale 51, Divine Savior Holy Angels 43  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

West Allis Hale, looking for its first conference title since 2000, seized first place halfway through the league schedule with a monumental win over Divine Savior ...

PREP FOOTBALL: Wisconsin Dells hires Scott Flood as new head coach  WiscNews

Wisconsin Dells High School has a new head football coach, as Scott Flood was hired to fill the position earlier this week according to an email from Wisconsin ...

West Allis Police Report: Gunfight on Lincoln Avenue  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

A. A gun fight apparently took place in the 5500 block of West Lincoln Avenue about 2 p.m. Dec. 24. A man got out of an older grey Dodge Caravan and got into ...

Sergio Rivas from Nathan Hale H.S. shoots pool like few others

WEST ALLIS (WITI) -- He's only a freshman at Nathan Hale High School in West Allis. But Sergio Rivas is already making a name for himself in the sport of ...

Father of teen who died at store says U.S. to investigate  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

The father of a black teenager who died after a struggle with three white customers at a West Allis convenience store said Wednesday that the U.S. Department ...

Blaze 3-minute pizza asks to open in West Allis  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Pizza lightning fast, in a blaze you might say, will likely arrive in West Allis this August at 10730 W. National Ave.

While most people try to keep strangers out of their yards, this Cudahy couple welcomes them...but only around Halloween  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

While most people put up signs to keep strangers out of their yards, a couple from Cudahy welcomes least around this time of the year. Dave Sweeney ...

Obituary: Dennis Wendell Wall  La Crosse Tribune

GALESVILLE — Dennis Wendell Wall died Oct. 14, 2016, in Galesville.

School taxes are up nearly 12 percent in West Allis-West Milwaukee. Here's why.  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

The sticker shock of new models rolling out of Detroit might be a little like the sticker shock a lot of West Allis property taxpayers got when they saw a $114 ...

Corey Pieper brings island vibes to the Midwest  Wisconsin Gazette

I used to hop fences to get into Summerfest when I was a kid,” Corey Pieper writes in an Instagram post. “Now I'm performing on the main stages.”

Wisconsin's musical all stars — with a solid pipeline from Monona Grove — continue to pack the house

The Kids From Wisconsin have been playing the Wisconsin State Fair and touring the state for nearly 50 years.

When & Where Is the Next Trump Rally?

Trump rallies are getting crazier and crazier. Whether you want to go and support Donald Trump's bid for presidency, you want to protest his run, or if you just ...

What's going on in Milwaukee this week: March 2-8  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Find something to do this week with our extensive event listings.

Food and drink events: Cooking classes, wine tastings, more (Spring 2018 edition)  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Apple Holler: Shop the Country Store for seasonal and Wisconsin products available for purchase year-round. 5006 S. Sylvania Ave., Sturtevant, (262) 884-7100 ...

$25 an hour jobs await MATC West Allis two-year electronics grads at Foxconn, elsewhere  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

When the massive Foxconn plant opens, the MATC campus in West Allis is in line to play a major role in training people for its jobs that are likely pay $20 to $25 ...

West Allis aims to market itself as a vibrant community with new development  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

WEST ALLIS - As the city heads into a new year, officials have made a New Year's resolution to show visitors that you can be blue-collar and trendy. For one ...

After 19 years guiding Pewaukee athletics into state powerhouse, John Maltsch to retire at year's end  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Pewaukee athletics director John Maltsch, who oversaw a huge boom in success at Pewaukee High School, is retiring after 19 years as AD and 21 at the school.

Flooding reported in areas of West Allis, New Berlin  WISN Milwaukee

Firefighters carried stranded children to their parents after flood waters trapped them in a West Allis day care center.

West Allis store part of nationwide Sam's Club closings  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

The West Allis Sam's Club is one of the Sam's Clubs closing nationwide, a store manager confirmed Thursday.

Greendale High School to induct four into its athletics Hall of Fame: Lennertz, Imperiale, Loughrin and Barbian  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

The Greendale High School athletics Hall of Fame will welcome Jenna Lennertz, Ashley Imperiale, Ron Barbian and Mark Loughrin.

Greater Metro Conference will offer spring baseball in 2019, and more dominoes fall in the slow demise of summer baseball  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

The Greater Metro Conference athletics directors agreed Dec. 18 to offer baseball as a spring sport in 2019, the latest move in a flurry of activity suggesting that ...

Bad ties caused coal train to derail in West Allis last July, report from railroad says  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

WEST ALLIS - Defective or missing ties on the tracks caused a coal train to derail in 2017, raining coal down onto Greenfield Avenue from the railroad bridge, ...

Five takeaways: Arrowhead 83, Milwaukee King 60  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

The Arrowhead girls basketball team made a whale of a statement Jan. 26 in a lopsided win over another of the state's best teams, Milwaukee King.

Craziness continues in Classic 8 boys basketball race  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Arrowhead fell to Muskego and is one of four teams lingering one game back of first-place Mukwonago in the Classic 8 boys basketball chase.

Boozy Bard brings drunk dramas to Best Place

Last year, Jeremy Eineichner started a theater group called Boozy Bard, an ever-changing collection of actors who get together monthly to perform a ...

In West Allis, big box stores want to pay less in taxes and that means you could end up paying more  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Local property taxpayers have a lot at stake as the state legislature decides about closing a loophole that chain stores are already climbing through to reduce ...

Holiday Lighting Schedule  WDJT

It's that time of year! Companies, cities and neighborhoods are putting up their holiday decor and are getting ready to light it all up. As CBS 58 receives details ...

Lutheran Wauwatosa school apologizes for slavery classwork deemed as insensitive, offensive  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

WAUWATOSA - Our Redeemer Lutheran Church and School administrators are apologizing for a fourth-grade homework assignment that asked pupils to write ...

Adding gas station at Pick 'n Save in downtown West Allis might be tied to beautification  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

WEST ALLIS - The Pick 'n Save at 6760 W. National Ave. wants to add a gas station, but that will take approvals from the plan commission, the common council, ...

West Allis police play a part in $2,000 act of kindness this holiday season  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

An act of kindness that brought Christmas joy to 20 deserving families came from an anonymous donor of $2000 and from West Allis police.

Your weekly entertainment calendar, June 16-22  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

NIGHT LIFE. ACOUSTIC/FOLK. Beulah Brinton House: David HB Drake “Singing in the Solstice,” 6:30 p.m. June 21, Gazebo, 2590 S. Superior St. City Lights ...

Brookfield and Elm Grove police report: Woman tries to book room for fictional wedding  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

A. A person with a fictional fiance was reported for making several calls requesting to rent a space for an upcoming wedding at 1:25 p.m. Jan. 3 at Sheraton ...

Oak Creek police report: Suspect steals nearly $4,000 worth of cigarettes from Kwik Trip  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

A. Police are investigating a Dec. 25 theft at Kwik Trip, 7880 S. 10th St. According to police, the suspect pulled up to a pump in an early 2000s Pontiac Grand Am, ...

Oak Creek brings back one of program's greatest players, former NFL running back Brian Calhoun, as assistant football coach  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Former Oak Creek and University of Wisconsin standout Brian Calhoun, who spent two years in the NFL, will now serve as an assistant coach at his alma mater ...

Mukwonago hires former Fond du Lac head coach (and Arrowhead assistant) Gnewuch to lead football program  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Mike Gnewuch, a former coordinator at Arrowhead and head coach at Fond du Lac, has been tapped to take over the Mukwonago football coach.

West girls hoops roundup: Tosa East downs Tosa West, earns first two GMC wins  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Wauwatosa East's girls basketball team had dropped six of seven entering a back-to-back against conference foes Brookfield East and Wauwatosa West.

Police: Hartland-Lakeside School District employee stole $32,000 for personal use, could face theft charges  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

VILLAGE OF HARTLAND - Police are seeking theft charges against a former part-time Hartland-Lakeside School District employee who reportedly spent more ...

Menomonee Falls drops Germantown in unique environment in downtown Milwaukee  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

The Menomonee Falls boys basketball team scored a 78-58 win over Germantown on Jan. 6, playing at the Al McGuire Center in Milwaukee. Payton Malone ...

Germantown girls basketball team alone in second place in Greater Metro  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

The Germantown girls basketball team moved to a solo spot in second place in the Greater Metro Conference, part of the hoops week in review in Germantown, ...

Five prep sports stories to watch in 2018, from diamonds to ice to the hard court  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Big happenings on the baseball diamond, more on the hard court and some early-February intrigue in the Winter Olympics are among the story lines to watch ...

Jim Fetzer: Stand on trade agreements means Trump is anti-fascist

On a recent local radio show, the guest host and a local political activist had a conversation about Donald Trump being a fascist and an insider, but they didn't ...

Arrowhead girls now ranked No. 1 in state basketball  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

The Arrowhead girls basketball team moved up to No. 1 in the Division 1 state poll after recording a 14th consecutive victory.

Milwaukee man charged in Falls Verizon Wireless robbery  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

A Milwaukee man has been charged in connection with an armed robbery of a Verizon store on Jan. 5.

Germantown's McNeal named Greater Metro Conference girls basketball Player of the Year  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Germantown sophomore Natalie McNeal earned Greater Metro girls basketball Player of the Year honors.

Sussex Hamilton girls win 11th straight game, grab share of Greater Metro Conference title  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

The Hamilton girls basketball team closed the regular season on an 11-game winning streak and took a share of the Greater Metro Conference championship.

As a Pewaukee football player in 1978, Maltsch's greatest on-field triumph turned into a moment of unimaginable tragedy  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

John Maltsch, the outgoing athletics director at Pewaukee High School, also graduated from PHS. His memorable catch in 1978 should have been a moment of ...

Wauwatosa West teacher awarded prestigious Knowles Teaching Fellowship  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

WAUWATOSA - A teacher at Wauwatosa West High School was recently awarded the University of Wisconsin-Madison's Knowles Teaching Fellowship for 2017.

“All blood types are urgently needed:” Red Cross issues urgent call for blood, platelet donations  WITI FOX 6 Milwaukee

MILWAUKEE -- This January, National Blood Donor Month, the American Red Cross has an urgent need for blood and platelet donors of all blood types to make ...

Candidates line up for Oak Creek, other school board seats in the southern suburbs  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

A look at candidates who have filed to run for school board in the southern suburbs.

Boston Market on Bluemound Road in Brookfield is closed  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

The restaurant closed Jan. 7. Other area locations remain open.

Aldermen, residents have concerns about Brookfield Central's athletic facility plan  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

A public information meeting and a hearing will be scheduled for proposed alteration to Brookfield Central's tennis courts and softball field.

Shorewood girls on their way to Woodland East championship  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Shorewood downed Cudahy and South Milwaukee to close in on the Woodland East championship.

Kettle Moraine and High School of Health Sciences honored for dedication to college, career prep  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

The Kettle Moraine School District superintendent Pat Deklotz and the High School of Health Sciences Principal Stephen Plum were honored recently at a ...

With Katula steering the ship, Waukesha North boys basketball chasing elusive Classic 8 Conference title  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Waukesha North's boys basketball team is looking to win just the second conference championship in program history.

Wine-lovers can drink up at these Lake Country watering holes  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

The perfect bottle of wine is a short drive from Lake Country.

Out to fast start, Ice Bears boys hockey program led by Germantown freshman Andrew Butler  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Germantown freshman Andrew Butler brings an uncommon skill level to the ice for the Ice Bears co-op.

Lake Country Lutheran's Andersen named Gatorade Player of the Year in girls volleyball  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Lake Country Lutheran standout girls volleyball player Brooke Andersen was named the Gatorade Player of the Year for the state of Wisconsin after leading the ...

“Makes me sick:” Protester seen stomping on American flag outside Trump town hall at UWM

MILWAUKEE -- There were protesters outside the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee's Mainstage Theatre, where Republican presidential candidate Donald ...

City slogans help define communities in suburban Milwaukee — or not  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Cedarburg is historic, Cudahy has generations of pride. Here's a lighthearted look at the slogans and nicknames for some of the suburban communities ...

Siebert's buzzer beater lifts Menomonee Falls past Hamilton in thriller  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Buck Siebert's buzzer beater lifted Menomonee Falls to a rivalry win over Sussex Hamilton, the biggest outcome in our Northwest hoops roundup from last week.

Menomonee Falls band revue follows 'Wizard of Oz' quest to recover music from the Wicked Witch who stole it  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Students at Menomonee Falls High School in the band program are preparing for its 68th annual Band Revue.

Patrick Cartier catalyzes Brookfield East's rapid transition from 0-14 to Greater Metro title contender in two years  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

By developing a more consistent motor, Patrick Cartier has become one of the area's top players, and he might just be the best player on the area's best team.

Greendale basketball player Vlado Zrnic has unique Serbian heritage, uncommon work ethic and eye-popping stats  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Greendale's Vlado Zrnic, averaging more than 20 points and 9 rebounds per game, is one of the area's best players. He also has a unique Serbian heritage and ...

50 arrested thanks to Suburban Violent Crimes Task Force  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Multiple law enforcement agencies from Milwaukee and Waukesha Counties are working on a proactive initiative directed at addressing and reducing violent ...

Franklin boys basketball seizes control of Southeast by finishing with a flourish in battle of two top-10 teams  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

The Franklin boys basketball team won its 11th straight game, downing a Racine Park team that appears to be its best competition for a Southeast title.

Butler Inn brings together all walks of life  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

The owner of the popular restaurant is considering opening another location in Brookfield.

Menomonee Falls boys score 124 points in win over Bradley Tech  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

The Menomonee Falls boys basketball team won a high-scoring affair with Bradley Tech.

No race for mayor in Brookfield, but April 3 ballot in rest of West area taking shape  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Brookfield's mayor is running unopposed, and there will be scattered races on the April 3 ballot elsewhere in Brookfield, as well as Wauwatosa and Elm Grove.

Wauwatosa resident Henszey joins Kooyenga, others in race for Vukmir's State Senate seat  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Julie Henszey from Wauwatosa, announced she will be a candidate for the Wisconsin State Senate in the 5th District.

Delafield home decor store Bittersweet Gift and Accessories is closing  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

CITY OF DELAFIELD - Bittersweet Gifts and Accessories, a home decor and gift shop downtown, is closing after eight years in business. Owners Susan Young ...

Do not eat Tide Pods. Do eat Tide Pod donuts from this Wauwatosa bakery  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Cranky Al's in Wauwatosa is offering a delicious alternative to putting dangerous chemicals inside your body.

Brookfield Babies R Us closing as part of nationwide consolidation  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

There is no word on when the store, 18550 W. Bluemound Road, will officially close, but nationwide the company said going-out-of-business sales are ...

Greenfield, Greendale, Hales Corners police reports: Famous Dave's manager robbed at knifepoint  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Police reports from Greenfield, Greendale and Hales Corners.

Another layer of snow is here. It's time to visit these 7 Milwaukee-area sledding hills  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

In the long list of wonderful winter activities that help us to forget how cold and unpleasant living in Wisconsin can be, one of the most time-tested and ...

Wauwatosa East earns overtime win to complete season sweep of rival Wauwatosa West  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

With an overtime victory, Wauwatosa East completed a season sweep of rival Wauwatosa West.

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