Ryan Jenkins, TODAY'S TMJ4

Ryan Jenkins

TODAY'S TMJ4

Milwaukee, WI, United States

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

Recent articles by Ryan:

Local golfers raise $60,000 for veterans and military families on Labor Day

Golfers at The Legends at Merrill Hills, a country club in Waukesha, raised roughly $60,000 for veterans and military families on Monday, September 7. → Read More

More people choosing road trips this Labor Day Weekend as health experts urge COVID-19 awareness

"We’re heading into Labor Day weekend here with average gas prices in the Milwaukee market at about $2.07 per gallon. That’s the lowest we’ve seen since 2004, when they were just under 2.00 per gallon," said a spokesman for AAA. → Read More

Attorney representing protesters behind federal lawsuit calls Kenosha's curfew an 'intimidation tactic'

Four people arrested during demonstrations in Kenosha are suing the city and county claiming authorities selectively enforced the county-wide curfew set in place in the aftermath of the police shooting of Jacob Blake. → Read More

Attorney representing protesters behind federal lawsuit calls Kenosha's curfew an 'intimidation tactic'

Four people arrested during demonstrations in Kenosha are suing the city and county claiming authorities selectively enforced the county-wide curfew set in place in the aftermath of the police shooting of Jacob Blake. → Read More

360: Monuments shake politics, across the country and right here in Wisconsin

Monuments have become targets and statues have been beheaded, vandalized and toppled from coast to coast and right here in Wisconsin. To fully understand what's behind this "monument movement" we are going 360. → Read More

Psychiatrist shares advice on understanding kids' mental health during back-to-school season

As families gear up for back-to-school season amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. Himanshu Agrawal says the added pressure children might be feeling as they prepare to start a new school year can't be ignored. → Read More

Whitefish Bay face mask ordinance now in effect, Village trustee hopes state legislators take note

The new rules require anyone 5-years-old or older to wear a face mask while inside a building open to the public wherever social distancing is not possible. → Read More

The history of Juneteenth Day and why it's an important holiday worth celebrating

Juneteenth is an annual celebration rooted in the moment roughly 250,000 African-American slaves learned they were free in the year 1865. → Read More

Are masks still necessary as public spaces reopen and health orders are lifted?

TMJ4's Ryan Jenkins spoke with a doctor, a health commissioner and to regular, everyday people who are both for and against masks. → Read More

Milwaukee Police investigate four overnight shootings

There were four unrelated shootings on Milwaukee's north side overnight and they all took place within hours of each other. → Read More

Thousands line up for free coronavirus tests in Milwaukee as National Guard adjusts to meet demand

The Wisconsin National Guard was originally forecasting a need to conduct about 500 tests per day at each site. On Tuesday morning, Capt. Joe Trovato said nearly 2,000 tests were conducted in Milwaukee on Monday. → Read More

Local business volunteers to deep-clean Mequon Police cars for free

The business owner donating the services said he wanted to help first responders because they've been doing so much to protect the community and he knows officers often come in contact with people they're unfamiliar with. → Read More

MPS Department of Black and Latino Male Achievement hosts virtual check-ins with students

Typically, the group will have monthly in-person to connect peers and mentors and to check in. Now, they're using online platforms to meet weekly. → Read More

6-year-old writes sympathy cards for Molson Coors employees in wake of deadly shootings

A 6-year-old girl is working to send a sympathy card to every person who works at Molson Coors in Milwaukee → Read More

One man is dead after officer-involved shooting in Milwaukee

Milwaukee police were called to a report of shots fired near the 1500 block of South Union Street. → Read More

Cudahy bakery hosts fundraiser in honor of late MPD officer Matthew Rittner

Jen's Sweet Treats hosted an End of Watch Anniversary event in remembrance of fallen Milwaukee Police Officer Matthew Rittner, who was shot dead while serving a high-risk search warrant in 2019. → Read More

Product shortage forces Galesburg marijuana dispensary to delay opening

The new opening date has been tentatively set for Februrary 3rd. → Read More

New Illinois law requires public, single-user restrooms to be labeled as “all-gender”

This new law applies to any existing or future places of public accommodation or public buildings. → Read More

Local florist gifts bouquets to every nursing home resident in two Illinois cities

More than 200 bouquets were gifted to people living in nursing homes in Savanna and Mount Carroll, Illinois → Read More

How “E-recycling” can help protect both your identity and the environment

About 3.5 Million pounds of electronics are processed at this facility each year. → Read More