Ryan Jenkins, TODAY'S TMJ4

Ryan Jenkins

TODAY'S TMJ4

Milwaukee, WI, United States

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Recent:
  • TODAY'S TMJ4
Past:
  • NBC26 News
  • WQAD
  • WHO 13 News

Recent articles by Ryan:

14-year-old killed, 1 injured in 52nd and Clarke shooting

One teenage boy died and another was injured in a shooting near 52nd and Clarke in Milwaukee on Saturday. → Read More

How do we stop Milwaukee's reckless driving problem? Neighbors share their perspectives

As we near the end of 2022, we wanted to ask our neighbors for their perspectives and ideas to help end reckless driving in Milwaukee. → Read More

Milwaukee towing company helps police combat reckless driving

One Milwaukee towing company handles all of the towing contracts in the City of Milwaukee and most in Milwaukee County. → Read More

Milwaukee funeral home hosts toy giveaway for families in need of assistance

Parents like Angelina Bailey and Nicole Cochran had a chance to visit the giveaway and said the event Paradise Memorial Funeral Home was a major help ahead of the holiday. → Read More

Amani residents gather to discuss traffic calming measures

The group met with the Wisconsin Bike Federation, The Dominican Center, and Amani United as part of an effort to try and combat reckless driving. → Read More

Waukesha-made devices help protect roadside workers and pedestrians

Several local first-responders use Guardian Angel devices to make their presence known in big crowds or when they're on the side of the road. → Read More

'Everybody has a way to pitch in': Sunday marks 'World Remembrance Day for Road Traffic Victims'

It's a day of global celebration, sparked by an issue in communities around the world - reckless driving. It's a crisis that is also plaguing streets in Milwaukee and across the State of Wisconsin. → Read More

Milwaukee area Bills fans takeover sports bar during Sunday night's game against the Packers

If you're out and about in Milwaukee on a fall Sunday, you'll likely see lots of green and gold. Unless you end up at Steny's in Walker's Point. → Read More

Comparing Milwaukee's reckless driving issues to similarly-sized cities is easier said than done

Milwaukee monitors crash and speed data, along with the number of traffic citations police issue, as key indicators when trying to wrap their minds around reckless driving issues. → Read More

Milwaukee woman shot by neighbor, upset over dog

A man who prosecutors say shot his neighbor during a dispute near 79th and Hampton one week ago is making his first appearance in court. → Read More

Meet Adam Fischer, the Republican gubernatorial candidate who wasn't on the debate stage Sunday

There was one Republican gubernatorial candidate who didn't meet TMJ4's criteria to join the live debate on Sunday. We caught up with him before the debate. → Read More

Wife identifies her husband as man killed in Walworth County boat explosion

Teresita Perry identified her husband Jesse Perry as the man killed in a Walworth County boat explosion on Friday. A second man, John Leece, is awaiting surgery for severe injuries. → Read More

Mother booked on 2 attempted homicide counts, son still in critical condition: Sheboygan Falls police

Sheboygan Falls police say they have booked a mother on two counts of attempted intentional homicide for allegedly assaulting her 8-year-old boy on Thursday. Police confirmed Friday that the boy is still in "critical condition" in Children's Hospital. → Read More

25 Wisconsin inmates graduate with college degrees

Inmates who participate in "correctional education programs" are 43% less likely to end up back behind bars than those who do not, according to research done by the RAND Corp. → Read More

Courage MKE residents collect and deliver gifts for Milwaukee children

Courage MKE, which serves as a resource center and home for Milwaukee's displaced LGBTQ+ youth, collected enough gifts for more than 130 kids in their neighborhood. Then they delivered the presents door-to-door. → Read More

USPS looks to hire hundreds of rural mail carriers across Wisconsin

Across Wisconsin, USPS is looking to hire rural mail carriers. Those jobs have a starting pay of more than $19 per hour and offer benefits including health insurance. They also serve a part of the state that disproportionately still relies on traditional mail services. → Read More

Fond Du Lac County looks to solve rural broadband 'crisis'

A 2021 survey by Envision Greater Fond du Lac and the Fond du Lac County Broadband Task Force found that 66% of residents report having unreliable internet. 10% don't have internet at all. → Read More

Power outages and storm damage rock Milwaukee's Rufus King neighborhood

For many residents, the lack of electricity and the storm damage was more than a simple inconvenience → Read More

360: The efforts to help Wisconsin's workforce recover

"We're hiring" signs are everywhere right now. But, there's growing debate over why. Some people say there is a workforce shortage. Others say workers are simply in a position to demand better wages right now. → Read More

Common Council to take up final vote on Milwaukee Tool proposal Tuesday

Plans to renovate a vacant office building and bring additional office space for Brookfield-based Milwaukee Tool to downtown Milwaukee will receive a final vote at the city's common council meeting on Tuesday. → Read More