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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

Waukesha News
6 People, Including 3 Children, Hurt In Crash

Six people are in the hospital after a crash in the town of Elba just before 10 a.m. Saturday morning. The Dodge County Sheriff's Office says the crash happened at the intersection of State Highway 16/60 and County Highway TT.

Judge orders juries sequestered during Slender Man trials

A judge has ordered jurors be sequestered during the trials of two teens accused of stabbing a classmate to impress a fictitious character called Slender Man. Fifteen-year-olds Morgan Geyser and Anissa Weier are charged with attempted first-degree intentional homicide in the 2014 attack on Payton Leutner in Waukesha.

Judge orders juries sequestered during Slender Man trials

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Hazel M. Schmitt

Hazel Minnie Schmitt, 98, passed away Tuesday, July 11, 2017. Born March 4, 1919 in Rosetown, Saskatchewan, Canada, to Roy and Grace Fordham, she graduated from Waukesha High School in 1937.

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Race directors are preparing for the 37th annual 10 kilometer Tater Trot which will take place Saturday at City Park in Antigo. The main event, the 10K run will take place at 9 a.m. There will be a one-mile fun run at 8:30 a.m. and the a four-mile run/walk kicking off at 9:05 a.m. Anyone interested in participating in the Tater Trot events can register online at www.antigotatertrot.com through the end of today.

GE Healthcare's SIGNA Premier Cleared by the U.S. FDA

SIGNA Premier 510 Cleared by the US FDA Waukesha, WI - August 4, 2017 - GE Healthcare is proud to announce SIGNAa Premier, a new wide bore 3.0T magnetic resonance imaging system, is now available for sale in the U.S. SIGNA Premier is the result of a four-year collaboration with the National Football League and research institutions around the world working to design new imaging tools, particularly to aid researchers in the detection of biomarkers for the potential diagnosis of mild Traumatic Brain Injury. SIGNA Premier delivers a new level of clinical performance with additional research-focused capabilities, especially for neurology and oncology research.

Mayors drop challenge to Great Lakes water diversion

A group of mayors from Canada and the U.S. is dropping its challenge to a decision allowing an American city to draw water from the Great Lakes, saying it has secured an agreement to improve the review of similar applications in the future. CEO, the Cities Initiative a " which represents more than 100 local governments on both sides of the border a " says regulators will now look for more input from three broad groups a " Great Lakes communities affected by water diversions, the scientific community and organizations like his own group.

Group drops fight over letting city use Lake Michigan water

A group representing mayors and cities in the Great Lakes region has dropped its fight against letting Waukesha, Wisconsin, draw water from Lake Michigan. The Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Cities Initiative says it has reached a settlement with a council representing the region's eight states.

More than 2,100 GE volunteers will spruce up 21 schools on Wednesday

On Wednesday, Aug. 2, while most of us are still enjoying summer vacation, and maybe beginning to think about starting to think about considering going back to school shopping, more than 2,100 GE employees will get up bright and early and report to 15 MPS schools, as well as two Tosa schools and four Waukesha schools. They'll be there for the 23rd annual GE Community Service Day to spruce up these 21 schools in anticipation of the return of the more than 10,000 students enrolled there.

Tears are shed when police reunite lost wedding present with relieved Waukesha gift givers

A Waukesha woman forgetfully leaves a wedding present on the roof of her car. She drives off.

The Failure of the Murray Darling Basin Plan

Water is gold to survival, the indispensable, the vast feeder for human civilization. Its absence entails certain death; its decline brings out the prospect that a civilisation might well collapse.

Teachers are Students for "Schools that Can" Cultural Training

Summer is here, but some school leaders are back to learning. More than 100 principals, instructional leaders and dean of students attended a two-day summer training program that focused on race and cultural differences on July 24-25.

Creek Fire and EMS to be recognized Sunday

The Johnson Creek Fire and EMS Department will be recognized Sunday with the 23rd annual Flight for Life "Scene Call of the Year" award for 2016. Presentation of the award will take place at 1 p.m. Sunday at the Johnson Creek Community Center located at 417 Union St. The event is open to the public.

Wisconsin Philharmonic invites you to 'Feel the Sensation'

The Wisconsin Philharmonic will celebrate its 70th anniversary season, "Feel the Sensation," with repertoire including both classical and contemporary music. Wisconsin Philharmonic invites you to 'Feel the Sensation' The Wisconsin Philharmonic will celebrate its 70th anniversary season, "Feel the Sensation," with repertoire including both classical and contemporary music.

Judge accepts insanity plea for Waukesha man who beat wife with wrench

Judge accepts insanity plea for Waukesha man who beat wife with wrench Peter Slesar Check out this story on waukeshanow.com: http://www.waukeshanow.com/story/news/crime/2017/07/25/judge-accepts-insanity-plea-waukesha-man-who-beat-wife-wrench/507847001/ A Waukesha man who beat his wife with a wrench to prevent her from leaving him earlier this year will be committed to a state mental health institution, a Waukesha County Circuit judge ruled. Peter Slesar, 66, pleaded no contest July 21 to attempted first-degree homicide in the case, court records show.

Police Reports: A man reportedly beats his roommate for eating all of the eggs

Waukesha Police Reports: A man reportedly beats his roommate for eating all of the eggs This is a weekly compilation of Waukesha police blotter Check out this story on waukeshanow.com: http://www.waukeshanow.com/story/news/crime/2017/07/24/waukesha-police-reports-man-reportedly-beats-his-roommate-eating-all-eggs/498733001/ 1 A two-car collision at 5 a.m. July 24 resulted in two injuries and a street pole being sheered off at East Avenue and Sunset Drive.

Waukesha man killed in Dodge Co. crash

Thursday morning, around 6:15, the Dodge County Sheriff's Office was called to a crash on County Highway W at the intersection of County Highway A in the Township of Oak Grove. The initial investigation shows a 48-year-old Waukesha man was traveling westbound on W, approaching the stop sign at A when he failed to stop and entered the intersection, crashing into a vehicle traveling north on A. The driver of the second vehicle is a 34-year-old woman from Juneau.

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