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Steinhafels is the fastest growing #1 furniture and mattress retailer in Wisconsin. We work hard to bring you old-fashioned values of courtesy, honesty, outs...

With blended families becoming the norm, chances are a huge proportion of men will find themselves stepping into the role of stepdad- some becoming fathers for the first time.

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A nutritionist explains why what we eat affects so many aspects of our health through the gut microbiome.

Although Wisconsin has a large population of black bears and gray wolves, bigger threats to human health are ticks, mosquitoes and deer.

The latest hiring outlook report from the Milwaukee-based ManpowerGroup found 34 percent of Wisconsin employers surveyed expect to add staff in the coming quarter, while just 2 percent of respondents in the state expect staffing decreases.

When Lifeway Foods Inc. purchased the former Golden Guernsey fluid milk plant in Waukesha, Wis., at a bankruptcy auction in 2013, it faced an uphill battle in readying it for production of the company’s signature 32-ounce kefir line. Although the 157,000-square-foot, 60-plus-year-old facility had “good bones,” its former tenant had shut down very quickly with no exit plan.

When a fire destroyed a historic bowling alley last year at a prominent intersection near downtown Waukesha, it became even more apparent to city officials the challenged neighborhood needed attention.

WHITEWATER — Generac Power Systems Inc. is looking to add nearly 300 new employees at five of its Wisconsin locations, including Whitewater, Jefferson and Eagle.

G whiz! Never before could the Group of 7 (G7) Summit have been mistaken for reality TV. The generally dignified annual meeting of leaders from the United States, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, and the United Kingdom (along with the heads of the European Commission and European Council) was a lot more contentious than usual, reported Reuters.1 Disagreements about trade were the reason for heightened tensions among world leaders. At the end of May, the …

All-electric crossover packs a 64-kWh battery pack for Chevrolet Bolt EV–rivaling range.

These sweet (sleepy!) cat sisters are looking for a forever home where they can be together forever. Zoe and Piper (aka Pippa) are a bonded pair...BFFs!
"Ruffian's Refuge" - HAWS' very special cat colony room.
Come meet these fantastic felines today!

WILLEMSTAD - Child protection Curacao wants men to have a better understanding of what their rights are when it comes to their child. This is according to social worker Dyaline Sampeur-Poussin. 60.9 percent of the men who spoke to the Child Protection says that the mother makes or prevents the contact. According to Sampeur-Poussin, men […]

If you find yourself in a slump, Dr. Beth Frates shares what may be draining you and offers tips for getting more energy.

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Steinhafels Decorating Solutions Interior Designer, Julie Kanugh in Appleton joins Living with Amy for some tips to decorate your outdoor space.

Since 2014, MNP has hosted an ever-growing group of bee enthusiasts. Monthly meetings are held at Mequon Nature Preserve, giving local bee keepers a chance to share their successes and concerns with one another
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Meetings are held year-round on the third Tuesday of the month at 6:30PM in the Education Center.
Additional meetings are held at the MNP Bee Yard from May to September on the fourth Wednesday of the month at 5:30PM.

If the countries were instruments, last week sounded like a fifth grade garage band. World markets were buffeted by a clamor of good, bad, and unexpected news last week. Events that captured media and investor attention included: • Taxing America’s allies. Early in the week, investors weren’t the only ones riled by the administration announcement it would impose hefty trade tariffs on American allies. “Brussels’ top trade official vowed to respond to Donald Trump’s new …