While the summer may have been a bit sleepy for 'hard news' in Muskego, we're revisiting the top stories of the week to catch everyone up on what's happened in and around the city.
A story that we have been following since last September came to an end as Annmarie Schulte was sentenced to 14 years in prison after being found guilty of two counts of child sexploitation.
A local business, which closed in May sees continuing problems as Mama Mia's is sued for back rent by the owner of the Muskego Centre mall.
As road construction reveals a prettier version of Janesville Road, the city could extend loans to more of the businesses along the route to spur a facelift for them as well. Looking forward to 2013, the as they partner with Waukesha county to tap into their resources.
Southeastern Wisconsin was a popular spot for politicians of all affiliations as Ann Romney visited Marquette, Obama energized supporters in Milwaukee and a 'We Did Build It' GOP rally in Waukesha energizes Republicans.
We visited with the pastor of a new church set to open in the beginning of October, who hopes to show how church is lived 'the other 6 days'
A notable on our crime reports included another wrong way driver on I-43 who was woken up in her car on the interstate - twice - only to drive off from a construction zone near Muskego. In addition, police are hoping to nab a gas thief who's struck Jetz three times.