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Julia Fello


Milwaukee, WI, United States

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Past articles by Julia:

Women's History Month: Honoring one of Wisconsin's 2023 Teachers of the Year

Sarah Kopplin was prsented the award in her 7th grade classroom at Shorewood Intermediate School, where she teaches Social Studies: World Geography & Culture. → Read More

Small business owners worry about Etsy paying them on time after huge bank collapse

Leaders with the online shop Etsy, warned sellers the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank may delay payments. → Read More

Study ranks Milwaukee 4th worst place for African-Americans to live

An analytics company just released a list of the best places for African-Americans to live economically, in 2023. Out of all the largest cities in the U.S., Milwaukee ranked fourth - worst. → Read More

Milwaukeeans digging each other out of the snow: 'I feel better when I help other people'

We tracked down some people voluntarily shoveling other people's sidewalks and driveways and others giving out free meals. → Read More

New initiative to get more Milwaukee children tested for lead exposure

Local organizations are now partnering up to offer lead testing to Milwaukee Head Start programs and daycares. → Read More

Gov. Evers' $270 million idea to improve youth mental health in Wisconsin

The first two rounds of funding through the "Get Kids Ahead" initiative helped rural Kewaskum Schools receive $68,000. → Read More

New 'Resiliency Center' in Waukesha helping parade attack victims heal

An open house for the United for Waukesha Resiliency Center is taking place next Wednesday, Jan. 25 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. → Read More

Illegal dumping: The unsightly problem in Milwaukee that keeps piling up

Some people are dumping their garbage wherever they please, despite the risk of being fined up to $5,000. → Read More

18-year-old woman killed in Whitefish Bay, no arrest made yet

Neighbors identified the victim, telling us she lived in these area apartments near Estabrook Park at Hampton and Anita Avenue. → Read More

From the pandemic to politics: 2022 Year in Review

So much has happened this past year, and we are looking back at some of our biggest local stories. In January, The COVID-19 pandemic was still taking hold. → Read More

Don't throw out your Christmas tree! These Caledonia goats will feast on them

Don't throw out your Christmas Tree! Instead, head down to a Caledonia farm less than a half hour from Milwaukee. You can donate it to feed their goats! → Read More

Check presented to help LGBTQ+ youth experiencing homelessness this Christmas

The touching moment took place with the family of Grant Heffelfinger, when the Milwaukee Gay Sports network gave a $1,600 donation to Pathfinders. → Read More

How inflation is driving families to donate plasma for money: 'I'm just surviving'

Families are faced with hard choices this holiday, with inflation at a 40-year high. Consumer prices are up 7.7 percent, according to the U.S. Labor Department. → Read More

Waukesha Strong: Locals create song, make hats to raise money for parade attack victims

We have seen people showing they are here for our community countless times in the past year. Over that time, the color blue has become a huge symbol of unity in Waukesha. → Read More

Plane filled with more than 50 dogs crash lands into the hearts of their rescuers

Dogs who survived a plane crash on a Waukesha County golf course are getting forever homes. Some animals are going to the first responders who saved them. → Read More

New Medical Examiner's Office, State Crime Lab moving into Wauwatosa's medical complex

After decades of pleas, our outdated and crumbling Milwaukee County Medical Examiner's Office is finally getting a new home on six acres of land at 94th and Wisconsin. → Read More

Local businesses that rely heavily on Florida are feeling the brunt of Hurricane Ian

Local businesses that rely heavily on Florida are also feeling the brunt of Hurricane Ian, including Saint Paul Fish Company in the Third Ward's Public Market. → Read More

Federal Reserve raises interest rates: How will this affect home sales?

U.S. Federal Reserve Board Chairman Jerome Powell announced a third consecutive interest rate hike of 0.75-percent, bringing it to a range of 3—3.25-percent. → Read More

Neighbors in Brookfield create two petitions against five-story mixed use building proposal

Karen Bowen is going door-to-door with her clipboard to gather signatures against the current five-story building proposal. The plans include a 64 apartment units, with retail on the first floor. → Read More

Racine hopes state-of-the-art signs save lives on beaches

The state-of-the-art signs are linked to National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) satellites that deliver real-time water safety information indicated by the sign's lights. → Read More