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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
Local Sports Teams:
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
New owner for former St. Coletta campus

Mark Schiller, owner of the general contractor firm BMC Associates LLC, Waukesha, purchased the campus property on the city's east side on Tuesday, Jan. 9, from Charity Partners Network Inc., Sarasota, Fla. Schiller specializes and has experience in working on buildings more than 100 years old and primarily makes his living doing student housing for Marquette University in Milwaukee.

Conversation Piece, January 14, 2018A weekly series.A better death...

Enjoy our Sunday series, Conversation Piece, a NUVO-curated digest of things on the Internet we think you'll want to talk about. Beware the Slenderman .

The Latest: Soglin promises to run "supper club campaign"

Madison Mayor Paul Soglin is promising to run what he's calling a "supper club campaign" for governor, hitting diners, restaurants and coffee shops across the state to make the case why he should emerge from a crowded Democratic field. Soglin officially launched his campaign Wednesday, starting with an interview in the heart of the most conservative part of Wisconsin in Waukesha.

UW-Rock County coach could face charges of battery, disorderly conduct in ref attack

Rock County officials said Friday Jamal Mosley has been put on administrative leave after reportedly attacking an official after a game at the University of Wisconsin-Waukesha on Wednesday night. The Waukesha Police Department responded to the battery complaint around 7:45 p.m. Wednesday.

Man convicted in Madison murder receives more life sentences

JANESVILLE -- The head men's basketball coach at the University of Wisconsin Rock County has been placed on administrative leave following an altercation after a game Wednesday against UW-Waukesha. JANESVILLE -- The head men's basketball coach at the University of Wisconsin Rock County has been placed on administrative leave following an altercation after a game Wednesday against UW-Waukesha.

Fort Dearborn Finalizes Acquisition of NCL Graphic Specialties

Fort Dearborn Company has completed its acquisition of NCL Graphic Specialties, Inc. The combination enhances Fort Dearborn's leadership position in the decorative label and packaging marketplace by broadening the company's geographic footprint, capacity and capabilities. NCL has two facilities located in Waukesha, Wis.

Slender Man Trailer: First Look At The New Movie Is Eerie And Foreboding

Urban legends are fascinating things. Tales of terror told on playgrounds, at sleepovers and around campfires wriggle their way into parts of our brains that movie-borne characters can never reach.

Sony Pictures plans to release Slender Man movie

Sony Pictures plans to release a movie this spring featuring Slender Man, the horror character that inspired two Wisconsin girls to nearly kill their classmate. The studio released a trailer for the movie on Wednesday morning.

New Year's parties, concerts, stage shows and family time

So long and good riddance to 2017, eh? Not so fast, folks. Whatever your feelings about the year we close out this weekend, there's something still to be done: Dancing, partying and toasting to where we've been and where we're heading.

Foxconn, explosion, budget, misconduct top stories of 2017

In this Dec. 21, 2017, file photo, Anissa Weier, one of two Wisconsin girls who tried to kill a classmate to win favor with a fictional horror character named Slender Man, is led into Court for her sentencing hearing, in Waukesha, Wis. She was sentenced to 25 years in a mental hospital, the maximum punishment possible.

Crowd surprises ex-cop for final Christmas

Frank Kleiman is a 30-year veteran of the Milwaukee Police Department and is fighting a losing battle with cancer. Kleiman has terminal lung cancer, and his family believes this will be his last Christmas.

'Slenderman' stabbing: Teen committed to mental institution

Anissa Weier, one of two Wisconsin teens charged in the 2014 "Slenderman" stabbing of a classmate, will be committed to state mental care for 25 years, a judge ordered Thursday. According to Waukesha County Circuit Judge Michael Bohren's ruling, Weier, 16, will spend at least three years at a mental health facility before she can ask to be discharged.

Girl gets 25 years in mental hospital in Slender Man case

FILE - In this Sept. 13, 2017 file photo, Anissa Weier, listens as former teachers testify during her trial in Waukesha County Court, in Waukesha, Wis.

1 or 2 girls accused in Slender Man stabbing to be sentenced

In this Sept. 13, 2017 file photo, Anissa Weier, listens as former teachers testify during her trial in Waukesha County Court, in Waukesha, Wis.

Traditional Rudolph stamp returns for the holidays

"We're here for stamping our stamps with Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer," said Brian Spicer, a customer. "They may get a kick out of the red-nosed reindeer on their Christmas cards."

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