A member of the Leap Frogs, the U.S. Navy parachute demonstration team, jumps off the rear ramp of a C-130 Hercules cargo plane from the 440th Airlift Wing Saturday, Aug. 11, 2012, over Milwaukee. The 440th was formerly based at Mitchell International Airport.
Kameron Williams, 5, of Milwaukee, and Peter Grant, 10, of St. Francis, chase the ball during a game of street hockey at the JCC Rainbow Day Camp in Fredonia on Monday, July 30, 2012. The two are part of a group called Gilda's Club, organized for children who have loved ones with cancer. It is named after the late comedian and actress Gilda Radner.
(From left) Ezra Grinker, his mom Sharon, Meghan O'Brien, David Salmon, and Kae DunLevy look at river residents caught in a net during a water tour held by the Shorewood Waters Project and the Urban Ecology Center on July 26.
Based on clues given to him by fellow campers, Marcus Bernard, 10, tries to guess what animal he is during one of the Rumble in the Jungle week activities at the West Allis SAFE Camp at Hale High School on July 5.
If you ever were a customer in his chair, this may have been your view of Roy Esselman, who continues to cut hair in Menomonee Falls on a part-time basis and at senior communities for gents who can't or should not drive to a barber shop.
Shelly Rodich pins a Brookfield Police Officer's badge as son Bradley Rodich and seven other officers are sworn into the force at the Brookfield Public Safety Center on June 13. Other new officers include Kevin David, Jeff Mohns, Stephanie Metz, Katie Jo Beres, Bryan Franckowiak and Josef Sabre.
Burleigh Elementary School Student Council members get a group hug from retiring Principal Bil Zahn. The group gathered during an unveiling of a new sign in front of the school, which was funded by more than 7,000 chicken dinners sold.
Roosevelt School fifth-graders perform a Samba dance during a "Mad Hot Ballroom and Tap Dancing" show for their classmates in Wauwatosa on May 3. The group went on to perform at City Hall later in the day.
Sixth-grader Yezen Said discovers how heavy a knight's helmet really is during a presentation by Carlos Tuzzio on April 26 at Steffen Middle School in Mequon. The event was in advance of the grade's annual medieval banquet.
Jon Kuhl helps Mia Kuhl, 3, step over her brother Beau, 6, as she tries out the balance beam during some free time between gymnastics classes offered by the Germantown Recreation Department at Kennedy Middle School on April 19.
Michalene McQuide, 7, gives her brother Max, 9, a bit of advice as he prepares to make his next move against Greg Reese Jr., 14, who played simultaneous games during the Waukesha Chess Club's Chess Challenge at the Elm Grove Community Room on March 24.
A member of the U.S. Navy parachute demonstration team observes the team's drop zone from the open ramp of a C-130 Hercules cargo plane from the 440th Airlift Wing Saturday, Aug. 11, 2012, over Milwaukee.
Members of the Thiensville Fire Department's Honor Guard lower and fold the American flag that flew in front of the Village Hall on March 13. The flag was presented to Police Chief Richard Preston who retired after 39 years with the department.
Jan Braun reads "Bark, George" at Mary Queen of Saints Catholic Academy on Feb. 29 in West Allis. The event was part of Read Across America in conjunction with the birthday of children's author Dr. Seuss.
Brittany Montgomery (front, left), Holly Brown, Kaleb Trzebiatowski (back, left) and Miranda Solum move to the Wii video game Just Dance 3 during a video game tournament for middle- and high-school students on Feb. 22 at the Greenfield Library.
An Oak Creek Police Officer wears the number "62" on his uniform in the Oak Creek High School gymnasium for a public wake in memory of the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin shooting victims Friday, Aug. 10, 2012, in Oak Creek. The number is the radio call sign for Oak Creek Police Department Lt. Brian Murphy, who was wounded during Sunday's shooting.
During a break between lunch and heading outside to play, Alex Paul, 7, (right) frets over the progress of a DS game he is playing with Sawyer Dueno, 7, during Kids Klub at MacArthur School on Dec. 28 in Germantown.
Judy Kopp sings her thanks after "Happy Birthday" was sung to her at a meeting of the Wauwatosa Senior Club in the Wauwatosa City Hall Tuesday, March 6, 2012, in Wauwatosa, Wis. Judy turned 105 on March 2. When asked if she made a wish before blowing out her candles she said, "I want to be here for my 106th." When asked what the secret to making it to 105 is, Judy made a face and laughingly said, "Everyone asks me that and I really don't have an answer. I don't smoke, I don't drink, I just run around with wild men."
Second-graders Konner Bold (left) and Avian Brunner try different tools to place seed into holes in a log while learning "How Birds Make a Living" during a Tuesday June 2 Rockfield Elementary School all-school field trip to Camp Minikani.
Ella Romero reads to her mother mother Kerrie Amrhein as they visit the reading corner with her bother Stebin Romero in Ella's first-grade classroom during an open house at Atwater Elementary School on Jan.19.
Austin Kruk, a West Milwaukee Middle School sixth-grader, awaits his turn as classmate Neche Veyssal spells a word during the West Allis School District Spelling Bee on Jan. 26 at Nathan Hale High School.
Jamie Jar of Twin Lakes reaches for the next hold on a route in the boulder room during the Quick on the Drobot competition that drew 200 climbers from throughout the Midwest to Adventure Rock on Jan. 27.
Everyone who entered the Oak Creek High School gymnasium for a public wake in memory of the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin shooting victims were asked to cover their heads, including members of the media, per Sikh custom Aug. 10 in Oak Creek. Scarves were provided for those who had no head covering.
A City of Wauwatosa police officer carries a back pack away from the scene of a train crash at the intersection of 68th and State Streets in Wauwatosa shorty after 7:30 a.m. Monday, Feb. 27, 2012, in Wauwatosa. Eleven-year-old Joey Kramer was struck and killed by a train.
A track-side memorial is seen as a freight train passes at the intersection of 68th and State Streets Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2012, in Wauwatosa. Eleven-year-old Joey Kramer was killed by a passing freight train at the location Monday, Feb. 27.
City of Wauwatosa police officers and rail road officials gather at the front of a train where it came to stop in the 6300 block of State Street after hitting 11-year-old Joey Kramer near 68th and State Streets Monday, Feb. 27, 2012, in Wauwatosa.
A female driver, who did not want to give her name to the media, encounters a City of Wauwatosa Fire Department first responder around noon on Wednesday, Aug. 22, in Wauwatosa. The woman crossed the center line and hit a utility support cable in front of Officer Dan Kane's parked squad car at the intersection of Wells and 70th streets Kane was standing in the open door of his parked squad car at the time of the crash. Referring to the cable Kane said, "If she had not hit that I'd be dead."
City of Wauwatosa Police Officer Dan Kane talks on his radio after a female driver, still seated in the truck she was driving, hit a utility support cable at the intersection of Wells and 70th streets in the noon hour Wednesday, Aug. 222, 2012, in Wauwatosa.
Terry Mattern polishes his 1955 Chevrolet, "Miss Patty", in the shade of a tree near the golf course in Whitnall Park Tuesday, Aug. 21, 2012, in Franklin, Wis. Mattern bought the car in 1990 and finished restoring the classic auto in 1993. He named the car after his late wife Patty, who died in 1999.
Security guard David Joenes, left, and an unidentified store employee attempt to hold back the crush of shoppers at the entrance to Victoria's Secret at midnight on Black Friday at Southridge Mall in Greendale.
Jaspal Farwaha holds a candle during prayer vigil in support of the victims and families of those impacted by the shooting at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin held on the front lawn of the Oak Creek United Community United Methodist Church Monday, Aug. 6, 2012. Jaspal Farwaha was inside of the temple during the shooting Sunday.
As the sun sets and a light wind blows, league shooters fire a round of trap at the Cudahy Sportsman's Club Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2012, in Cudahy. The club, located on the bluff overlooking Lake Michigan next to Sheridan Park, was founded in 1932 and is the last outdoor gun club in Milwaukee County. The club has 300 members and is open to the public.
City of Wauwatosa Police Department Special Response Team members Martin Keck, left, and David Cefalu, right, carry Russ Richardson to a flight of stairs in the police department Aug. 30, 2012, in Wauwatosa. The officers were practicing carrying a wounded person to safety during a medical training exercise.
People hold candles during a prayer vigil in support of the victims and families of those impacted by the shooting at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin. The vigil was held on the front lawn of the Oak Creek United Community United Methodist Church Monday, Aug. 6, 2012, in Oak Creek.
Dillon Ortiz releases an arrow at the target while practicing with two friends at the Mitchell Park Archery Range on Tuesday, Aug. 14, 2012, in Brookfield. The three were preparing for the deer-hunting season.
John Higgins looks out an open hatch in the radio operator's station inside a World War II-era B-17 heavy bomber during a flight from Crites Field Friday, Aug. 24, 2012, in Waukesha. Higging was flying with his father-in-law Merv Karl, a WWII B-17 pilot.
Jim Tremmel and his dog Molly watch a blessing in the parking lot of Layton Avenue Baptist Church Saturday, May 5, 2012, in Greenfield. 150 riders were at the church for a blessing before their annual spring ride. Molly rides sitting on the gas tank of Tremmel's motorcycle.
Water drips off the bill of a Great Blue Heron as it lands to stalk prey in the Greenfield Park Lagoon early Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2012, in West Allis. Two pairs of the large birds were nesting in the park.
Vietnam War veteran Peter Tycz holds a POW/MIA Flag on South 108th Street Friday, Sept. 21, 2012, in Hales Corners. Tycz's brother, James, was a Marine listed as Missing In Action May 10, 1967. His remains were found and identified in 2004 and were buried in Arlington National Cemetery. September 21 is National Prisoner or War/Missing in Action Day.
Milwaukee County Circuit Court Deputy Chief Judge Maxine A. White addresses Maple Dale School fifth- and sixth-graders during a Law Day presentation at the school Wednesday, May 2, 2012, in Fox Point. A panel of law professionals, including Wisconsin Supreme Court Chief Justice Shirley S. Abrahamson, met with the students to discuss the role of courts, the protection of the public's rights and the role of law in a democracy.
Competitors in the Women's Pro 1/2 race sprint south on Kensington Boulevard during the Shorewood Criterium race Thursday, June 21, 2012. The race is the first of the year in the Tour of American's Dairyland series.
Shorewood High School students attempt to sit down as they stand heel-to-toe during an interactive team and self-esteem building exercise in the school's gym Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2012. The exercise was part of a day long Respect Retreat to battle bullying.
Mark Kons helps his son Mark, 4, during the children's fishing derby in Mill Pond Park Saturday, May 12, 2012, in Menomonee Falls. This was the 22nd year of the event, sponsored by the Optimist Club of Menomonee Falls. It drew 190 children and their parents to the shores of the waterway.
Megan Rodina helps her 4-year-old son Aiden fly his kite in Greendale Village Center Park Tuesday, March 20, 2012, in Greendale, Wis. High temperatures neared 80 degrees with gusty winds making the day perfect for kite flying.
Members of the Sikh Community express their grief in the Oak Creek High School gymnasium during a public wake in memory of the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin shooting victims Friday, Aug. 10, 2012, in Oak Creek.
The last of three members of the Leap Frogs, a U.S. Navy parachute demonstration team, falls free off the rear ramp of a C-130 Hercules cargo plane from the 440th Airlift Wing Saturday, Aug. 11, 2012, over Milwaukee.
A sail boat sits at anchor as waves crash near the South Shore Yacht Club in Bay View on Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2012. The National Weather Service predicted winds with gusts of more than 40 miles per hour and waves as high as 18 feet as the remnants of Hurricane Sandy moved through the area.
Jim Rand, of Wauwatosa Presbyterian Church, administers ashes to Terri Roller as The Reverend Gary Manning, rear-left, and Sue Burwell, of Wauwatosa Avenue United Methodist Church watch at the intersection of Wauwatosa and Harmony Avenues Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2012, in Wauwatosa, Wis. Manning, of Trinity Episcopal Church, organized an "Ashes to Go" outdoor event for those passing by to receive the christian sacrament for Lent.
Rev. Gary Manning drinks a cup of coffee at the intersection of Wauwatosa and Harmony Avenues Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2012, in Wauwatosa. Manning, of Trinity Episcopal Church, organized an "Ashes to Go" outdoor event for those passing by to receive the christian sacrament on Ash Wednesday.
Lincoln Elementary School first-grader Charlotte Desjarlais wipes her eye during a celebration of the life of classmate Kaylen Birk on the school's playground Thursday, Sept. 20, 2012, in Wauwatosa. Kaylen Birk died of a brain tumor the previous Saturday and Sept. 20 would have been her seventh birthday.
Vietnam era United States Marine Corps Veteran Bob Brurok, of Wauwatosa, salutes as taps is played during the burial service for WWII United States Navy Veteran Edward C. Sturm Jr. in Pinelawn Memorial Park Saturday, May 26, 2012, in Wauwatosa. Brurok, who served from 1973 to 1977, was on hand for the building of a Memorial Day tribute to fallen veterans and paused to give his respects.
Border Collies Little-T, Papa and Bandit wait for their owner, David Brossard, in the parking lot of a strip mall at the intersection of Wauwatosa and Harwood avenues Sunday, April 8, 2012, in Wauwatosa.