Editor Sarah Millard email@example.com
Which is more important: taking advantage of modern technology to take an even bigger bite out of crime or preserving centuries-old protections against unreasonable searches?
Last week, the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) recognized Wisconsin as one of the best states in the country to do business.
State Rep. Adam Neylon: One story a Waukesha voter told me really stuck with me, about a young man approaching him in a grocery store parking lot, attempting to sell $100 worth of food stamps for $50 cash.
Adam Jankowski is running for the District 6 election for the Waukesha Common Council.
Waukesha lawyer outlines Wisconsin's operating while intoxicated laws.
Are you celebrating Wisconsin's special 12-12-12? Share what you like best about the Green Bay Packers quarterback here – or tell us why you can't stand him!
Two tales of tragedy with a familiar common denominator: drinking and driving. Unfortunately, we see the results of this deadly combination all-too-often.
For those still baffled by Tommy Thompson’s loss to Tammy Baldwin in the US Senate race, there is a real lesson to be learned.
Today, many teens and young adults are using energy drinks without realizing the safety concerns. Truthfully, many adults are using them, too.
You should know that throwing that punch, even while trying to protect someone else who’s being attacked, could net you felony charges
Advertise on Patch and reach potential customers in your backyard and beyond. Click here for more information.
Learn more »
If you want to help local causes, or your cause needs local help, your next click should be right here.
Learn more »
Enter your tip here and it will be sent straight to
Sarah Millard, Jeff Rumage, and Jessica McBride,
Waukesha Patch's (incredibly grateful)
Waukesha news, events, and deals sent to you daily and breaking news as it happens.
See more options
You’re now signed up!