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Hoping to reduce the number of drunk drivers on the road, the Wisconsin DOT has come up with a "Driving Sober" app.
Waukesha Fire Department replaced old heart monitors and defibrillators using a grant to help speed up emergency heart care.
A total of 25 officers who went above and beyond the call of duty, 3 of them from the Waukesha County Sheriff's Department, are given the highest honor the Brookfield Police Department can award.
Government, Public Safety
Gov. Scott Walker has proposed $3 million for grants to execute GPS tracking of certain people considered dangerous who have not yet violated a restraining order against them.
Brookfield police say Amber P. Hammond, 26, who is autistic and had been missing since Monday morning, has been located and is safe and unharmed.
Patch users spoke often, and sometimes eloquently, in response to our poll question about gun ownership. We've compiled some of the best opinions here.
Discussion on gun control, ownership and use has come to the forefront locally and nationally. Vote in our poll on the matter, and participate in the comments.
Key GOP lawmaker wants to look into issues in county correctional system.
Waukesha Optimist Club honored the Firefighter of the Year and the Dispatcher of the Year this month.
The violent Azana Salon shootings have been the most obvious example, but a number of domestic violence cases have been in the news in recent weeks, including another involving a gun.
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