Donovan Jackson of Pius XI towers over Wauwatosa East’s Kyle Vnuk on a move to the basket in the third quarter of the visiting Popes’ 49-47 loss in a WIAA regional basketball tournament game Friday, February 22, 2013.
Wauwatosa West high school dance team members Mary Kayser (left) and Sara Lunde perform the team's hip hop routine, which placed second in state. The dancers were performing at Carroll University during the Spirit of Hope Showcase to raise money to fight cancer.
City of Brookfield Police Officer Adam Behnke watches his wife Jamie and daughter look at his Meritorious Service Award in the City of Brookfield courtroom. Officer Behnke was one of eight Brookfield officers honored for their heroism during yhe Azana Spa shooting in October 2012. Members of the Wauwatosa, Elm Grove, Pewaukee, and Waukesha County Sheriff's departments were also honored at the event.
The corner of Washington Street and 57th Street illustrates the difference between the existing street lights (left) used throughout West Allis and new LED street lights (right). The new lights have been installed on 56th Street north of National Avenue and small portion of the Walker, Washington and Madison cross streets.
Ann Reigstad (left) and Sue Schulz clean up the haircut Physical Education Instructor Chad Stigler received from students picked from those who had collected pledges to Jump Rope for Heart at Riverside Elementary School in Menomonee Falls.
Jean Ivansthenko, better known as "CJ" from her cooking classes, grinds pecans to add to a cookie recipe from Taste of Home’s best-selling cookies cookbook in the Greendale Visitors Center test kitchen. The cookbook came about from 32,000 recipes submitted by Taste of Home readers, culled to 1,500 recipes. Learn more about the visitor center by visiting GreendaleVisitorCenter.com.
Sandy Lange (right) completes an interview with sophomore Searra Berry as part of an Independent Living class at Wauwatosa East High School. Thirty students received simulated job interviews from six different area business leaders.
Brown Deer School Board members and family members walk through the atrium between new cafeteria space and the field house at Brown Deer High School. The expansion project is on track for the new areas to be turned over to the District in mid-March and in use by the school on return from spring break April 1.