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A forum led by Rep. Sandy Pasch cast a bleak forecast of funding of public education under Gov. Scott Walker's 2013-15 budget proposal.
Schools, The Neighborhood Files
At 3 months old, doctors removed a tumor from Lindsay Tryba's retinas, permanently scaring and damaging her vision. Everyday is a struggle, but she has adapted and now shares her love of music with elementary school students.
The series between the Shorewood and Whitefish Bay football teams dates back to the 1930s and was notorious for student pranks.
Sports, The Neighborhood Files, Graduation, Awareness
After school officials removed the existing logo because it contained a religious symbol, the Messmer/Shorewood co-op football team will wear new decals during Friday night's game.
The Messmer/Shorewood football co-op's logo — a greyhound and bishop hat with a religious cross — will be removed from helmets after a parent complained and school officials agreed it infringed on the separation of church and state.
Arts, Schools, The Neighborhood Files
Shorewood High School art students display 24 pieces after a year long process.
Schools, Sports, Government
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Government, Schools, The Neighborhood Files
Government, Schools, Police & Fire, The Neighborhood Files
A video roundup of the day's top stories.
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