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Police & Fire, Schools
Investigation finds that vast majority of students and faculty at University of Wisconsin campuses — including Milwaukee — are not signed up for program that provides public safety updates.
Restrictions on use of drugs to end pregnancies lead to more women having surgical procedures.
Government, The Neighborhood Files
Brookfield resident Mushir Hassan said the Muslim community is worried about the project's security but plans to begin construction on a new mosque in September.
Developers say three other retailers will be announced soon for new shopping center on Bluemound Road.
Doctors didn't think the Pilgrim Park eighth grader would survive, but Kerwin is recovering with the help of family, friends and strangers. A benefit Saturday with car wash, auction and dance, will help medical bills.
Schools, Volunteers in the News, Sports, The Neighborhood Files
See new information and photos of eighth grader Emily Oberst, who is battling Ewing's Sarcoma, at 'Run For the Hills' 5K Run/Walk. Emily was honored as the race-starter and wheeled around the course.
With Hillside Elementary School closing in June, the popular 'Hillside Hawk Walk / Run' transformed to a new event that raised money Sunday for a Hillside scholarship and Wisconsin Hills Middle School needs.
As debates swirl about the proposed mosque for Brookfield, a resident is trying to educate the community about the worship center's intention.
Milwaukee mayor uses Facebook, Twitter to inform while his foe in Democratic recall primary believes in more interaction with follower and fans. Meanwhile, incumbent Gov. Scott Walker expected to use some of his campaign cash to beef up his efforts.
Schools, Volunteers in the News, The Neighborhood Files
Diagnosed with sarcoma in November, Emily Oberst stays positive with help from her friends and neighbors. Classmates are raising money for the Liddy Shriver Sarcoma Initiative at the Run for the Hills 5K run/walk on May 6.
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