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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.

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 ...

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.

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 ...

Teacher tased at Nathan Hale breaking up fight  WTMJ-TV

WEST ALLIS - A student tased a teacher trying to break up a fight at a West Allis High School Wednesday. Police said a 14-year-old student was arrested for ...

Senior guard’s shooting helping West Allis Nathan Hale girl’s basketball team succeed on the court  WITI FOX 6 Milwaukee

WEST ALLIS-- Zoe Burczyk is a senior at Nathan Hale High School in West Allis. Zoe is a guard on the girl's basketball team. She says she is known for her ...

Locals want out of school dist. after tax hike  WTMJ-TV

NEW BERLIN - A tax hike is inspiring an effort by some New Berlin homeowners to change school districts. Some of their bills jumped more than $500 this year.

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 ...

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 ...

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.

Prep football: After coming oh-so-close to winning it all last season, our preseason No. 1 is once again loaded for bear  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Heading into the start of the 2018 football season, the Journal Sentinel counted down the area's top 10 teams. Here they are.

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, ...

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 ...

Area Sweet 16: A look at the top high school football players in the Milwaukee area  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Prior to the 2018 prep football season, the Journal Sentinel and Now News Group will reveal the Area Sweet 16 players to watch. Each day between the first day ...

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 ...

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 (Summer 2018 edition)  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

The Abbey Resort: Farm to Fork Longtable Dinner Series, Oct. 12. Chef Josh North will be serving his farm to fork menu of locally sourced and hand-crafted ...

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.

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.

“Hammered pretty hard:” West Allis dries out following heavy rainfall, flooding in area

WEST ALLIS -- Heavy rain led to flooded streets and traffic backups in West Allis on Wednesday, September 7th. By Thursday, high water warning signs sat ...

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 ...

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.

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 ...

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.

Vote Today; Key Races Will Be Decided  urbanmilwaukee

Today — Tuesday, April 3rd — is the spring, non-partisan election in Wisconsin. The race getting the most attention has been the important Wisconsin Supreme ...

Double duty: Rick Kingsley, a baseball and basketball standout, joins father, brother in Hall of Fame  Gazettextra

Rick Kingsley was a two-sport standout at Janesville Craig and Milton College. The baseball and basketball player will be recognized for his efforts when he's ...

Farrar delivers jaw-dropping performances —​​​​​​​ including state-record time —​​​​​​​ at Classic 8/Greater Metro Conference swim meet  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Arrowhead's Lucas Farrar had a monumental day at the Classic 8/Greater Metro swimming and diving meet, taking one new state record and settling merely for ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

Wauwatosa West moves into third place in the Greater Metro boys basketball  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

With wins over Menomonee Falls and Germantown, Wauwatosa West's boys basketball team moved into third place in the Greater Metro Conference.

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.

WAWM Referendum Vote Could Decide Fate of Athletic, Music Programs  WDJT

A hotly-debated referendum vote in West Allis and West Milwaukee is now just more than a week away. The WAWM School District is asking taxpayers to shell ...

West Allis-West Milwaukee School Board approves selling Roosevelt  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

West Allis — After many years on the market, the vacant Roosevelt Elementary School, 932 S. 60th St., could be on the verge of selling.

20-foot sinkhole in West Allis causes water to be shut off in neighborhood  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

WEST ALLIS - For days, West Allis has battled water main breaks due to wildly fluctuating temperatures, but Thursday afternoon a 20-foot-wide sinkhole ...

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.”

Waukesha County hoops roundup: Waukesha South boys earn first two wins  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Waukesha South's boys basketball team earned its first two wins of the season by sweeping the West Bend schools at the Northstar Classic.

$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 ...

Help is available for families displaced after West Allis apartment fire

WEST ALLIS -- The West Allis-West Milwaukee School District is organizing support for families affected by the fire at the Morgan Grove apartment complex over ...

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 like Walmart are already climbing through ...

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.

Nathan Hale HS pulls political quiz after parents complain of bias  WDJT

Outside Nathan Hale High School Wednesday, talk of a politically-charged quiz had some parents fired up. \"Keep it out of the schools,\" grandmother Kristine ...

Red Cross says need for blood donors is critical  WTMJ-TV

Ongoing severe winter weather has more than doubled the number of canceled American Red Cross blood drives and the resulting blood and platelet donation ...

Who is the frontrunner for the 2018 Mr. Basketball title? Jordan McCabe and Tyler Herro leading the pack  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

McCabe and Herro lead the pack, but there are other contenders as well for the state's top award in boys basketball.

Food and drink events Nov. 29  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

A listing of cooking classes, wine tastings and other events.

Whitefish Bay School District is ranked No. 1 in Wisconsin  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

The Whitefish Bay School District was named the best in Wisconsin by Business Insider, Niche.

Under intense spotlight, high-profile Hamilton freshman Patrick Baldwin and sophomore Carson Smith leading young Chargers  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Hamilton freshman Patrick Baldwin, Jr. was a surprise addition to the Chargers basketball program in the summer. He's adjusting to life on varsity, with ...

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

After starting conference play at 0-4, Wauwatosa East earned wins over Brookfield East and rival Wauwatosa West.

West Allis police report: robber flees, driving on sidewalk and wrong way on road, I-894  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

A. West Allis police chased a car involved in an armed robbery in Menomonee Falls, with the suspect driving at one point on the sidewalk along 108th Street ...

Robey's 3-point play helps New Berlin West stays hot with overtime win over Eisenhower  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

New Berlin West won for the seventh time in eight games with an overtime victory over crosstown rival Eisenhower.

Teamwork is among the reasons Homestead's Kraken Pinion is ranked among the top robotics teams in the world  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Kraken Pinion, the name of Homestead High School's FTC robotics team, has been ranked amongst the best in the world, and even held the #1 ranking at one ...

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.

Kettle Moraine boys take down Stoughton, Hamilton for quality victories  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

The Kettle Moraine boys (7-2) topped Stoughton in the Middleton Tournament on Dec. 27, 63-55, a quality win against a team ranked ninth in the most recent ...

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.

Five takeaways: Mukwonago 71, Waukesha West 57  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

The Mukwonago boys basketball team is now alone in first place in the Classic 8 after a win over Waukesha West on Jan. 12.

A man allegedly pulled up to two boys in a white pick-up truck and flashed a gun in South Milwaukee  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

A. A white man driving a white pickup truck allegedly flashed a handgun at two children around Lake Drive and Badger Avenue, Jan. 9. An 8-year-old saw the ...

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.

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 ...

Man found guilty in West Allis teen sex exploitation case  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Last summer, teen girls in West Allis were buzzing about a Facebook group called Kittens Inc., an all-girls club that was supposed to be "about supporting each ...

Familiar name in Milwaukee soccer takes over at Oak Creek with hiring of Alex Tozer as boys coach  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Oak Creek hired Alex Tozer, the son of a Wisconsin soccer legend and himself an indoor professional, to take over as varsity boys soccer coach.

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

Defective or missing ties on the tracks caused a coal train to derail and rain coal down onto Greenfield Avenue from the railroad bridge, according to a railroad ...

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.

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

The Pick 'n Save at 6760 W. National Ave. wants to add a gas station, but approval might come with a string or two attached.

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.

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 ...

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.

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 ...

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 ...

West Allis to use 'free money' to fix Reservoir Park play equipment  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

West Allis — After years of languishing because the city had no money, Reservoir Park in West Allis will finally get a rejuvenated playground, and it won't cost ...

Tyler Herro injured as Whitnall falls to Waunakee at Wisconsin Basketball Yearbook Shootout  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Tyler Herro was lost with an ankle injury and Waunakee pulled away over Whitnall in a battle of two top Wisconsin teams.

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

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

American Indians come to Hales Corners with ideas and business savvy  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Editor's note: This story contained the old address for the American Indian Chamber of Commerce and has since been corrected to reflect the new address in ...

$100,000 scholarships given to area golf caddies  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

A number of area students are among the 22 Wisconsin seniors who have been awarded Evans Scholarships, a full tuition and housing college grant offered to ...

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

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

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

The Waukesha County District Attorney's Office is reviewing the case.

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.

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.

Wauwatosa West alumnus Tyrone Powell fulfilling NCAA Division 1 dream in Green Bay  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Wauwatosa West alum Tyrone Powell has earned his spot on a Division 1 roster. Now he's looking to prove he belongs.

7 ways to enjoy and celebrate Mardi Gras  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Here are seven ways to have some fun and celebrate Mardi Gras this year.

“Not something to make light of:” Creepy clown reports making headlines nationwide popping up in SE WI

WEST BEND -- The "creepy clown" phenomenon sweeping the nation has now hit southeastern Wisconsin -- and it's no laughing matter. Reports of clown ...

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.

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 ...

Brookfield Central football's run to the state final marks our top West sports story for 2017  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Brookfield Central football's run to the Division 2 state title game is the top sports story in West Now for 2017.

Third Coast meets Pacific Coast with local pop singer Corey Pieper

Even though Corey Pieper's latest single 'One More Time' isn't conventional Milwaukee, it's obvious the up-and-coming pop singer has love for his home city.

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

Our Redeemer Lutheran Church and School is apologizing for a 4th grade assignment that asked for "3 'good' reasons for slavery and 3 bad reasons."

Hadley Novak of Oconomowoc won a national equestrian championship at age 11  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Pizza, volleyball and horses are on the list of this sixth grader's favorite things.

Radcliffe: The seven sports stories I loved to tell in 2017 and six amazing performances you may have missed  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

There's no getting around the fact that 2017 brought massive change to the Now News Group sports desk. Our staff was cut from six writers to two, forcing us to ...

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 ...

New Berlin Eisenhower to name gym after longtime boys basketball coach Dave Scheidegger  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

New Berlin Eisenhower will name its gymnasium after longtime coach and educator David Scheidegger.

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 ...

Milwaukee Admirals dress in fire and police gear to promote annual Battle of the Badges  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Every year dozens of firefighters and police officers lace up skates and put on shoulder pads as they get ready to face off in the Battle of the Badges hockey ...

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 ...

Cami Davre's monster day at state marks our top North Shore sports story of 2017  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Cami Davre's legendary performance at state track, dominant soccer and gymnastics programs at Whitefish Bay, a magical basketball run for Cedarburg and ...

The Oconomowoc High School Players present ‘The Nerd’ for its 10th annual student directed play  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

The Oconomowoc High School Players celebrates its 10th annual student-directed play with the comedy “The Nerd” at 7:30 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, ...

Brookfield East girls volleyball coach Chris Polowy resigns  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

After 10 seasons, Chris Polowy has resigned as Brookfield East's girls volleyball coach.

“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 ...

Ryley Clark, once part of successful Franklin youth program with Diener family, finding his shot midway through senior year  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Franklin senior Ryley Clark started slowly this year, but now that he's finding his shot, the Sabers might be as dangerous as ever.

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

The Menomonee Falls boys basketball team toppled Germantown at the Al McGuire Center, then gave league-leading Brookfield East a tough test Jan. 9.

Obituary: Dennis Wendell Wall  La Crosse Tribune

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

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