Wander about Wauwatosa's village through this 360-degree view at State Street and Harwood Avenue. Drag and zoom about with your computer mouse, or drag and expand your fingers across your touch device screen.
A new reticulated female giraffe has arrived at the Milwaukee County Zoo, officials reported Friday.
A group of students at Wauwatosa West High School held a protest in response to principal Frank Calarco allegedly saying to a black student: "Hey, can somebody tell this kid it's not 1960, and he doesn't have to sit in the back of the class? What, nobody thinks that's funny?"
The Wauwatosa School Board plans to review whether local schools should serve as future voting locations after the district dealt with a number of issues during the spring election, held earlier this month.
Here's a list of the top five stories from Wauwatosa this week:
When it comes to communicating with its residents, the city of Wauwatosa wants to know what works and what doesn't.
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Anna Horejs was returning home from a routine college visit in Stevens Point last fall when her life was drastically altered.
The Wauwatosa parents behind a potential re-imagined high school, Pathways High, are pushing forward despite hitting obstacles with the Wauwatosa School District.
The two Girl Scouts who brought a train to a roaring stop in Wauwatosa last year have been honored with an award usually reserved for corporations.
Nearly one week after Wauwatosa Alderman Dennis McBride announced he would step down from his position as common council president, a successor was named.
In an effort to bring the focus and fun of the city's annual Tosa Night Out festivities back to neighborhoods and neighborhood associations, this year's event will be relocated to the Milwaukee County Zoo, said Lt. Paul Leist of the Wauwatosa Police Department.
A political memorabilia collector will provide a close-up view and an explanation of how presidential campaigns have evolved to the Wauwatosa public next month.