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Past articles by Pete:

Rising COVID-19 cases in some states create new headache for travel agencies

In Kenosha, LaMacchia Travel's Tom Karnes said the first wave of coronavirus cases threw a wrench into trips his agency had planned for people in the spring - when schools are on spring break. → Read More

'People are being lumped together': MPD chaplain speaks out on stressful summer for officers

It's been a rough summer at the Milwaukee Police Department, according to the department's Chaplain. → Read More

Lake Geneva's Inspired Coffee finds a way to open despite pandemic

Inspired Coffee in Lake Geneva seeks to shatter stereotypes about adults with disabilities. → Read More

'Meals Matter Movement' turns donations into meals for local first responders

In an effort to show appreciation for workers fighting the coronavirus, while also helping a favorite restaurant survive the tough times, Lori Klosowski and her family started the Meals Matter Movement. → Read More

Milwaukee creamery hopes to wow judges at World Championship Cheese Contest

The World Championship Cheese Contest will happen March 3 - March 5 in Madison. Clock Shadow Creamery, in Milwaukee, will enter at least two cheeses into the contest. → Read More

Could Giannis stay in Milwaukee for his entire career? Maybe, according to his agent

Bucks superstar Giannis Antetokounmpo will lead his team out onto the hardwood in Chicago as one of two captains in the NBA All Star Game this weekend. → Read More

How cold does it have to get for southeast Wisconsin schools to close?

Area school districts are faced with an important decision Friday about whether to cancel classes due to very cold temperatures. → Read More

FRIDAY 9/20: Port Washington Badger fans hope OL Beach gets big break vs. Mich.

The nationally-ranked, Wisconsin Badgers football team begins B1G play with a huge home match up against no. 11 Michigan on Saturday. → Read More

This Waukesha County shelter needs your help to save 3,000 animals each year

Some injured animals stay for months, and the costs of feeding them and performing medical procedures like surgeries or x-rays add up. However, the center receives no taxpayer money. It relies entirely on private donations. → Read More

New W-4 form likely to spur scams

The federal government will soon use a new form to withhold taxes from your paycheck. It's supposed to be easier to use. Most workers have already filled out a W-4 form, which is used to determine how much money the federal government withholds from each of their paychecks. But soon, the current W-4 form will be redesigned. The IRS released a draft of the new form over the summer, which federal… → Read More

Fast walkers have a longer life expectancy than slow walkers, according to a new study

Being a brisk walker could help you live longer, according to a new study published in the Journal of Mayo Clinic Proceedings. → Read More

Fast walkers have a longer life expectancy than slow walkers, according to a new study

Being a brisk walker could help you live longer, according to a new study published in the Journal of Mayo Clinic Proceedings. → Read More

Not sure if you've been vaccinated for measles? Here's what to do

With an outbreak of the measles happening around the country, a local doctor said now is as good of a time as any to get checked and make sure you're vaccinated. → Read More

Road expansion sparks development interest in Waukesha

An area of Southern Waukesha is expecting a major influx of new neighbors through apartments. → Read More

Are your spring allergies worse this year? You can thank global warming

Warmer temperatures could cause trees to grow more, and pollinate earlier, leading to more suffering for people with seasonal spring allergies. → Read More

Coffee shops expected to see DNC business bump

The biggest beneficiary of the more than 50,000 expected visitors could be local coffee shops. → Read More

Mock obituary about Cudahy girls basketball team stirs emotions

CUDAHY — The superintendent of the Cudahy School District confirms the district is investigating a mock obituary about the varsity girls basketball team, allegedly written by the coach. Dr. James P. Heiden, the superintendent, declined to specify if the post was printed out and handed to team members, or if it was sent electronically through email or social media. At least one relative of a… → Read More

Matt LaFleur hiring continues to energize Green Bay Packers fans

GREEN BAY — Matt LaFleur's introduction as the new head coach of the Green Bay Packers on Wednesday afternoon energized fans. At 1919 Kitchen & Tap inside Lambeau Field, a smattering of Green and Gold supporters gathered to watch the announcement. "I'm pretty excited. This should be fun," James Bardowski said. "I think it was time for a change, and I think we've got a good guy in there." "I… → Read More

'Get out the vote' efforts turned up to the max as election nears

Just days before Tuesday's election, city officials and advocacy groups are making an all-out push to get voters to the polls. → Read More

Kris Zocco found guilty of murdering Kelly Dwyer

Attorneys made their closing arguments to the jury Friday in the homicide trial of Kris Zocco. → Read More