10 yr. old Andrew Ounkham found safe late Monday morning.
WAUKESHA – It’s a parent worst horror story when a young child goes missing. Add to that horror the fact that the ten-year-old child, diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder and is non-verbal, was last seen going into a cornfield near wetlands under very wet conditions from recent rain, and with the Fall dusk quickly draping darkness across the area.
In Waukesha neighborhoods are tightly banded together and when someone says they need help finding their lost child, people drop what their doing and show up to help.
At approximately 7:00 p.m. on Sunday, October 2nd, the Waukesha Police Department shared… Continue reading
After a couple of seasons of downtown construction, and with a new brand and fresh makeover of the downtown Waukesha business district area, it’s nice to know that #LiveLoveWaukesha is back in full force and effect with its summer events and activities. Please join us.
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I was a mere 10yrs old when the Edmond Fitzgerald met its fate and sunk on November 10, 1975 at approximately 7:10 p.m. about 17 miles north-northwest of Whitefish Point, Michigan, at position 47 0’N by 85 7’W in Canadian waters.
I can’t say I remember the tragedy that occurred during my childhood, but today the fate of the 29 crewmen who lost their lives hold a place in my heart. Growing up I recall the popular ballad, “The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald” by Gordon Lightfoot, as many of us do. Today, in honor of the 29 men, and in memory of… Continue reading
Don’t Be Fooled by the Political Smoke and Mirrors
Support Brad Schimel’s Fight for Wisconsin!
If you haven’t yet, you’re likely to soon see television ads targeting Attorney General Brad Schimel for doing his job and upholding his oath to defend the constitution for the state of Wisconsin and United States. Not to mention, protecting the economic security and growth in our great state of Wisconsin.
73 yr old billionaire philanthropist and former New York City Mayor, Michael Bloomberg, is running millions of dollars in political television ads targeting Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel and other states’ Attorney Generals for their legal actions against a key climate change rule.
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Sitting in Waukesha County for the first time ever, the Wisconsin Supreme Court will hear oral argument in three cases (below) on October 7, 2014 as part of its Justice on Wheels outreach program.
Waukesha is the 25th Wisconsin county where the Court has sat for oral argument since the Justice on Wheels program was started in 1993. Justice on Wheels gives people in other parts of the state an opportunity to see the Supreme Court at work outside the state Capitol in Madison, where oral arguments are usually heard each year from September through May.
Chief Justice Shirley Abrahamson floated the idea of a road trip a few times… Continue reading