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Economy & Business
6:00 am
Thu July 3, 2014

Over 2,000 Young People Expected To Take Part In Milwaukee's Summer Jobs Program

Three teens are working at the Port of Milwaukee this summer as part of the Earn and Learn program
Credit LaToya Dennis

In Milwaukee, a program is underway employ some young people during summer and perhaps, launch a career.

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Ex Fabula
9:00 pm
Wed July 2, 2014

Ex Fabula: Milwaukee Summer Stories

Ex Fabula storyteller Lauren Poppen
Credit Kat Schleicher

Ex Fabula's Leah Delaney joins Bruce Winter in the studio for Ex Fabula's weekly WUWM@Nite segment.

Ex Fabula is all about Milwaukee stories – and Milwaukeeans are champions at enjoying summer to the fullest, as evidenced by these two summer-themed stories.

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Regional
1:56 pm
Wed July 2, 2014

One Waukesha Girl Not Competent to Stand Trial in Stabbing of Friend

Several doctors have concluded that at least one of the two 12-year-old girls accused of stabbing a friend 19 times, is not mentally competent.

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Arts & Culture
1:32 pm
Wed July 2, 2014

Son Makes a 'Casebook' on His Parents' Lives

Casebook: A novel by Mona Simpson was released in April.
Credit Boswell Books

When you are a kid, a lot of the world seems like a mystery in need of figuring out.  And probably the most obvious example of that is figuring out your parents.

That’s what Miles Adler-Hart sets out to do from a pretty young age.  He’s the fictional hero of Green Bay native Mona Simpson’s latest novel, Casebook.  Miles goes so far as to employ investigative techniques to snoop on his mother as she and his father divorce, and she starts dating the mysterious Eli.

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Politics & Government
12:59 pm
Wed July 2, 2014

Numbers Help Police Predict Upcoming Crimes

Crime analysts can help determine where and when crimes will take place.
Credit Raymond Boyd, Getty Images

Over the last few months, there have been periodic outbreaks of violence in Milwaukee during the weekends, or other several day stretches, with sudden increases in shootings or other criminal unrest.

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Arts & Culture
11:35 am
Wed July 2, 2014

Teaching Milwaukee Kids How to Make Rock 'N Roll

Learning to jam
Credit Scott Wise

The School of Rock in Shorewood wants to make sure rock ‘n roll continues, so it trains kids as young as first grade how to make the music.

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Arts & Culture
9:00 am
Wed July 2, 2014

Goat's Floats Company Run By Kids Who Want To Help Other Kids

Noah Godsell (second from right), president, and CEO of Goat’s Floats, and his Goat's Floats team
Credit www.facebook.com/GoatsFloats

Noah Godsell, creator of Goat's Floats, and Tim Greinert, president of Junior Achievement of Wisconsin, spoke with Mitch Teich on their shared learning experiences running a root beer float stand.

Did you have a summer job when you were a kid? 12-year old Noah Godsell has a summer job, and as a result, so do about a dozen of his friends and peers.

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Regional
8:54 am
Wed July 2, 2014

Library Represents Today in Time Capsule for People of Tomorrow

The items that are in the East Library time capsule.
Beth Gabriel

Libraries are known to be a treasure-trove of information new and old. Although the role the library plays in today’s society is shifting, Milwaukee Public Libraries are currently building a new library for the East Side.

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Regional
1:00 am
Wed July 2, 2014

World Cup Keeps Soccer-Related Businesses Busy

Dustin Aubert picks out merchandise for Stefan's four stores. He's watched the supply of Team USA items at the Lincoln Avenue location, shrink, during World Cup.
Credit Ann-Elise Henzl

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The growing popularity of soccer has meant strong sales at local soccer bars and stores, including Milwaukee’s first soccer store, Stefan’s.

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Environment
12:44 pm
Tue July 1, 2014

Fiber Artist Folds Nature into Lynden Sculpture Garden Exhibit

Kyoung Ae Cho with Garden
S Bence

Kyoung Ae Cho is the third artist featured in Lynden’s Women, Nature, Science series.

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