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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
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Local Colleges: Carroll 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

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Transparency Budget Act gains steam

Late-night and last-minute budget proposals receiving no public notice and no debate - often dealing with major policies - have long been a staple of the state's joint finance committee, but, if one lawmaker has his way, those days will soon be over. State Rep. Scott Allen introduced the Transparency Budget Act back in June, and the measure is slowly picking up some momentum, with bipartisan backing and with state treasurer Matt Adamczyk adding his name to the list of supporters this past week.

Slender Man juror: Doctors' testimony key to finding

Anissa Weier listens to defense attorney Joseph Smith Jr. during closing arguments in her case before Waukesha County Circuit Court Judge Michael Bohren on Friday, Sept. 15, 2017, in Waukesha, Wis.

Victim's family unhappy with Slederman verdict

WAUKESHA, WI The family of Slender Man stabbing victim Payton Leutner is unhappy with the verdict in Anissa Weier's trial. A jury ruled that Weier was suffering from a mental disease or defect at the time of the stabbing.

Verdict rejected in Slender Man stabbing case; jury works on

Judge Michael Bohren appears in court during Anissa Weier's trail Thursday, Sept. 14, 2017, in Waukesha County Court, Waukesha County, Wis.

Verdict rejected in Slender Man stabbing case; jury works on

14, 2017, in Waukesha County Court, Waukesha County, Wis. Prosecutors allege that Weier and her fri... .

Jury: Wisconsin girl mentally ill in stabbing of classmate

Defense Attorney Maura McMahon makes a closing argument in the case of Anissa Weier before Waukesha County Circuit Court Judge Michael Bohren on Friday, Sept. 15, 2017, in Waukesha, Wis.

Bail set at $2M for suspect in murder at Madison 7-Eleven

A man Madison police think shot and killed another man outside a 7-Eleven last month is being held on $2 million bail after a hearing in the Dane County Courthouse on Thursday. Curtis Langlois is charged with 1st Degree Intentional Homicide in the killing of Kendrith Young, of Waukesha, on August 2 at the 7-Eleven convenience store near W. Beltline Highway and Todd Drive.

Girl's insanity defense in Slender Man stabbing goes to jury Friday

Girl's insanity defense in Slender Man stabbing goes to jury Friday Anissa Weier was delusional and couldn't stop herself from stabbing her friend, experts testified on Thursday. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: https://usat.ly/2wcfBpn Michael Caldwell testifies for the defense on the mental state of Anissa Weier at the time of the Slender Man stabbing.

Only One Bet on Wall Street for Backup Power After Hurricanes

The wrath of hurricanes Harvey and Irma has led investors to bid up shares of the only publicly-traded U.S. company whose business mainly comes from selling backup power. Generac Holdings Inc. has seen its stock price rise 19 percent since late August, just before the storms slammed into the southeastern U.S., knocking out power to millions.

Jurors watch 'Slenderman' confession video

WAUKESHA, WI Defense attorneys for Slendeman stabbing suspect Anissa Weier are working to convince a jury that she was delusional and believed in the fictional character when she and a friend stabbed a classmate in 2014. Jurors watched parts of Weier's confession video in court yesterday, during which she admitted she convinced co-defendant Morgan Geyser to stab another young girl.

Psychologist: Shared delusion led to Slender Man stabbing

Anissa Weier,15, listens as former teachers testify during her trial in Waukesha County Court, Wednesday, Sept. 13, 2017, in Waukesha, Wisconsin.

Generac Power Systems Responding to Heavy Demand for Backup Power in Wake of Hurricane Irma

WAUKESHA, Wis., Sept. 13, 2017 : As Hurricane Irma bears down on Florida, Generac Power Systems is rushing additional generators and pumps into the affected areas.

Attorney: Girl in Slender Man case had 'broken mind'

Prosecutors allege that Weier and her friend, Morgan Geyser, lured classmate Payton Leutner into... . Anissa Weier is led into the courtroom for jury selection in the trial to determine 15-year-old Weier's competency at Waukesha County Courthouse Monday, Sept 11, 2017, in Waukesha, Wis.

Jury picked to decide competency in Wisconsin stabbing case

Anissa Weier listens during jury selection in her trial at Waukesha County Courthouse Monday, Sept 11, 2017, in Waukesha, Wis. Prosecutors allege that Weier and her friend, Morgan Geyser, lured classmate Payton Leutner into a Waukesha park in May 2014 and stabbed her 19 times.

Slenderman trial begins today Monday, September 11

WAUKESHA, WI Jury selection begins today in the first of two so-called Slenderman stabbing trials in Waukesha County. The trial of Anissa Weier will be first, with Morgan Geyser's trial scheduled for later this year.They were 12 years old when they stabbed a classmate 19 times in an attempt to sacrifice her to the fictional character Slenderman.

Jury to mull defendant's mental health in Slender Man attack

In this Feb. 20, 2017 file photo, Anissa Weier, appears in court in Waukesha, Wis. A jury is set to begin Monday, Sept.

Jury to mull defendant's mental health in Slender Man attack

A jury is set to begin Monday, Sept. 11, deciding whether Weier, one of two girls accused of trying... The National Hurricane Center's latest forecast has Irma's powerful eye heading to the Florida Keys, Southwest Florida and the Tampa region.

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