Karen Pilarski, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Karen Pilarski

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Milwaukee, WI, United States

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  • Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
  • Yahoo Finance
  • USA TODAY
  • Green Bay Press-Gaz.

Past articles by Karen:

Tosa police and city officials design program to target drivers who fail to stop for pedestrians

Wauwatosa is targeting the city's pedestrian safety with a new enforcement operation. → Read More

A New Berlin artist made a 'Star Wars' bear to honor the late 14-year-old founder of Kaden's Wish

"Kaden was a fierce Jedi warrior, and will continue to live on in the force." → Read More

Wauwatosa police are looking for a 30-year-old woman last seen leaving Aurora Psychiatric Hospital

Kelly A. Cegielski of Waukesha was last seen leaving the Aurora Psychiatric Hospital in Wauwatosa. → Read More

Wauwatosa Mayor Kathleen Ehley will not run for a third term

"I am proud and honored to have served as Wauwatosa Mayor since 2012 - one of our greatest periods of growth and community improvements." → Read More

'We are heartbroken': More than 200 vases valued at $80K were stolen from Pinelawn Memorial Park in Wauwatosa

"I can't believe this is happening to people, right before the holidays." → Read More

A Brookfield teen posted photo on Snapchat with a caption 'time to make a bomb,' complaint says

A Brookfield man is accused of posting a photo on Snapchat with the caption, "Time to make a real bomb?" → Read More

After a huge brawl at Mayfair Mall, teens will once again be required to have adult supervision on weekends

About 100 people, mostly teens, were being disorderly and disruptive inside the mall and were requested to leave the property, according to police. → Read More

A woman missing from Aurora Psychiatric Hospital has been found dead in the Menomonee River, police say

The 59-year-old woman went missing from Aurora Psychiatric Hospital Monday. → Read More

For the second time in the last week, Waukesha State Bank in Brookfield was robbed

This is the second reported armed robbery at the same bank in the last week. → Read More

Movie Tavern by Marcus will makes its debut at Brookfield Square next week

The 40,000-square-foot space will have a bar, SuperScreen DLX auditorium, and DreamLounger recliners. → Read More

Honey, doughnuts and beer: How a 10-year-old beekeeper from Wauwatosa is learning business principles

"I thought I would live a normal life like a kid who made a lemonade stand, but this is not where it is going." → Read More

Wisconsin boy with a terminal disease who dedicated his life to helping other kids like him dies at 14

"Kaden was just a happy kid who was gentle and kind and loved everyone. He couldn't say it, but you knew it. That is the reason he touched so many people." → Read More

Brookfield youth soccer director and former Milwaukee Wave coach has been charged with child abuse

Under the conditions of Arthur H. Kramer's bail, he is allowed to continue coaching, as long as it is supervised by another adult. → Read More

A sneak peek at the new Wahlburgers coming to The Corners of Brookfield

This is the first Wahlburgers restaurant in Wisconsin. → Read More

A 25-year-old woman died from a possible drug overdose in Mayfair mall's parking lot, police say

The woman was transported to the hospital but was pronounced dead upon arrival, police said. → Read More

A Wauwatosa native is heading the production of the new CW show 'Batwoman' starring Ruby Rose

Wauwatosa native Caroline Dries wrote the introductory episode of "Batwoman" and is heading the new show airing this fall on the CW Network. → Read More

A Wahlburgers restaurant will open Sept. 24 at The Corners of Brookfield

This will be the first Wahlburgers restaurant in Wisconsin. → Read More

'I asked myself, are you a nurse or not?' Brookfield nursing student saves a man's life at a pickleball game

Pickleball player Bob Schmidt of Wauwatosa collapsed. His face was turning blue, and there was a pool of blood where he split open his head. → Read More

Author reveals life in the Penzey family spice business, philosophies and tangy advice

Caitlin PenzeyMoog discusses her book, "On Spice: Advice, Wisdom, and History with a Grain of Saltiness." → Read More

Sendik’s Food Market at The Corners of Brookfield will debut its $5 million renovations in October

Sendik's $5 million expansion project at The Corners, a mixed-use development in the town of Brookfield, is almost finished. → Read More