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Past articles by Sarah:

Aliyah Pérez remembered with balloon vigil after being killed during domestic dispute

A vigil is underway in Milwaukee to remember Aliyah Pérez. Police say she was killed during a domestic dispute over the weekend. → Read More

Plans to extend Milwaukee metered parking to 9 p.m. and Saturdays is up in the air

A plan to extend metered parking to 9 p.m. and include Saturdays has hit a snag in Milwaukee. Alderman Bob Bauman has filed to repeal the ordinance. → Read More

Dan Knodl advances in Wisconsin's 8th Senate District general election

Dan Knodl is advancing to the general election for Wisconsin's 8th Senate District, in Milwaukee's northern suburbs, the AP projects. → Read More

Local activists want MPD body cam video to be released in 48 hours

The Milwaukee Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression called for a quicker release of body cam footage from the Milwaukee Police Department. → Read More

Staying warm at the Pettit: Ditching the outside ice for the inside ice

People looking to stay out of the icy temperatures on Monday headed to the indoor ice at the Pettit Center. Jackie Engelhoff was one of the skaters there. → Read More

Wisconsin-based company Mercury Marine introduces first fully electric boat motor

Wisconsin-based company Mercury Marine has announced a brand new boat motor, and it's fully electric. → Read More

Beloved grocer in Southeast Wisconsin retires after 50 years

From bagger to manager, a beloved grocery worker in Delafield is retiring after 50 years in the business. Tom Bonesho was just 16 years old when he was offered his first job. → Read More

Fear the Deer and Go Pack Go: Wisconsin sports fans get ready for big weekend

From 'Fear the Deer' to 'Go Pack Go,' 'On Wisconsin' and 'We Are Marquette,' Wisconsin sports fans will have plenty of opportunities to cheer on their teams this weekend. → Read More

'Dining in the Dark' raises awareness about challenges faced by people with vision loss

At this year's fundraiser, hundreds of people took the journey into the world of vision loss, putting on blindfolds for a four course meal. → Read More

Sister of Milwaukee teen killed in Green Bay reckless driving incident speaks out

Angela McGinnis is trying to adjust to a new reality without her little brother, Cruz Beltran. He was the 17 year old killed in a reckless driving incident in Green Bay over the weekend. → Read More

Families enjoy weekend warm up at pumpkin patch and apple orchard

A far cry from the snow flurries seen across southeast Wisconsin on Monday, this weekend we're expecting temperatures in the 70s! → Read More

State okay with Darrell Brooks representing himself at trial, judge to decide Tuesday

The State of Wisconsin has agreed to let Darrell Brooks represent himself at his trial. Brooks is charged with driving through the Waukesha Christmas Parade, killing six people. → Read More

Waukesha Parade Memorial Commission selects designs for Grede Park, Main Street

Leaders in Waukesha selected the winning designs for memorials that will honor the victims of the city's Christmas parade tragedy on Tuesday. → Read More

Wauwatosa School District parents continue to speak out after approval of expanded sex-ed curriculum

As a new school year begins in Wauwatosa, a new human growth and development curriculum (commonly known as sex ed) is in place. → Read More

School bus route issues escalate in Franklin School District, 18 routes canceled

Parents were notified Wednesday that 18 routes have been canceled for at least the next three weeks. The school district works with First Student bus company. → Read More

'I'm kind of worried': Wisconsin parents prepare for the end of universal free school lunches

The nationwide universal lunch program, which was launched at the beginning of the pandemic, expired at the end of June. → Read More

Rawson Ave. community garden to close at the end of 2023 growing season

In a review of the Mitchell International Airport Master Plan, the FAA determined all airport owned land must only be used for aviation-related activities. → Read More

Racine voters could see a question about abortion on November ballot

The finance and personal committee voted to add an advisory referendum on abortion to the general election ballot. The resolution now moves to a vote by the full council. → Read More

Popular barber killed in shooting near 17th and Hadley in Milwaukee

A barber well-known in the community was killed in a shooting near 17th and Hadley Wednesday morning. → Read More

Homicide suspect dies after shooting himself, getting Tased by police near 26th and State

Milwaukee police say as officers were responding to the deadly shooting of a woman, they found the suspected gunman, Tased him and then the man pointed a gun at his own head and fired. → Read More