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In Brief: July 24, 2014 issue
Gov. Scott Walker visited Brookdale Senior Living in West Allis on Thursday, July 17, because the more than 200 new jobs it will bring to the city in information technology, finance and asset management are the kind of jobs the state is trying to attract.
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Tue Jul 22, 2014
Audio recording released of Steven Zelich interview
THEY FOUND THE BULLET CASINGS, BUT NO GUN. ANYONE WITH INFORMANTION IS URGED TO CALL POLICE.
West Allis Police Dept. releases of audio tapes of Steven Zelich from 2001
Never before heard audio recordings have been released from by the West Allis Police Department of a former officer accused of hiding the bodies of two women -- Laura Simonson and Jennie Gamez -- and dumping them in suitcases along a rural road in Walworth County last month.
Construction done right
It's easy to complain about highway construction in Milwaukee. After all, it's pretty much a constant.
Supreme Court sides with railroad in collision
A Memorial Day parade that led to a traffic jam blocking railroad tracks in a Milwaukee suburb did not amount to a specific hazard that could make the railroad company liable for striking a minivan, the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled Tuesday.
Celebrations: June 20
The following graduates earned their bachelor's degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in December: from Greenfield, Collin Scherbert , science, Ashley Steger , science, Justin Van Wieringen , geological engineering, and Nicholas Yeutter , kinesiology, and from West Allis, Zachary Day , letters.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Players to Present "the Wedding Singer"
Pouf up your hair, style up your mullet, dig out those shoulder pads and step back into the 1980's! The West Allis Players will take you back in time as it presents its summer musical, "The Wedding Singer."
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Only on Sunrise: Cream Puff celebrates 90 years
The Northern Wisconsin State Fair may be behind us, but fair season is far from over.
'Worst of worst' converted to homes
West Allis will soon demolish a seventh dilapidated home and build a three-bedroom home in its place in the city's continuing battle to stem neighborhood blight.
Artist at Firefly Art Fair
West Allis Artist at Firefly Art Fair West Allis jewelry maker Michelle Kearney will be among the nearly 90 Midwestern artists at the Firefly Art Fair on Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 2 and 3, in Wauwatosa.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Milwaukee's Unsolved Bank Robberies: The exchange
On Sunday, Milwaukee's Unsolved Bank Robberies profiled a bank robbery at a Pyramax bank in West Allis in January.
Pawn America's operations under review in West Allis
After fielding several complaints from neighbors, West Allis officials say they are reviewing a pawn store's operations plan and hope to have a permanent remedy in place within the next month.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
talking to pawn shop owners about improving behavior in residential neighborhood
Neighbors of Pawn America in West Allis say they're tired of the store's customers cutting through their yards, urinating on their garages, parking them in and making them feel unsafe.
man arrested for connection to bodies found in suitcases
A neighbor of the former West Allis cop accused of killing two woman and stuffing their bodies into a suitcase expressed shock at the brutal murders.
Two new Mexican food options seeking licenses
El Comedor applied for a new food dealer/restaurant license yesterday with its planned location identified as 2416 W. State St. Some may recognize that as the address of Five O'Clock Steakhouse.
EveryBODY Plays! MCW to host Milwaukee's first Adaptive Sports and Recreation Expo
The Medical College of Wisconsin's physical medicine and rehabilitation department will host an Adaptive Sports and Recreation Expo on July 26, at Nathan Hale High School, in West Allis.
will explore the cost of painting railroad bridge over Greenefield Avenue at 105th Street
Tired of waiting for the Union Pacific to paint its railroad bridge over Greenfield Avenue at 105th Street, West Allis will see how much it would cost to do the work itself.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Area police, fire departments ready for weekend closure of I-94
While tourists, motorists and residents prepare for the Interstate 94 shutdown this weekend, emergency personnel have been planning for this weekend for more than six months.
Investigators trying to put together homicide cases against Zelich
Steven Zelich entered a not guilty plea in court Thursday to the killing and dumping of two bodies in suitcases OTHER CANDIDATES NEXT MONTH.