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Past articles by Jessica:

Temperature drop creates perfect conditions for snowmaking

As temperatures dropped, Rob Friedl and his crews at the Sun Burst Ski Hill in Kewaskum went straight to work. → Read More

Whitefish Bay store takes action following Kanye West's anti-Semitic remarks, removes inventory tied to rapper

As backlash continues to build following Kanye West's string of anti-Semitic remarks, major companies have begun to cut ties with the rapper. → Read More

Street Angels prepare for busy season as homeless population rises

The Street Angels, a Milwaukee-based homeless outreach group, are working around the clock to help meet the needs in this city as cooler temperatures approach. → Read More

Father-daughter duo create Día de los Muertos display for community

A home near 1st and Plainfield near Hawthorne Coffee is taking a heartfelt spin on the tradition by sharing their Mexican heritage through a Día de los Muertos display. → Read More

Thousands roll in for annual Harley-Davidson Hometown Rally in Milwaukee

Thousands of bike enthusiasts from all over the country are rolling into Milwaukee as the Harley-Davidson Museum hosts its annual Hometown Rally. → Read More

Body cam video released in Wauwatosa police shooting of teen during stolen car investigation

The video shows officers shooting a teen after he refused to drop a gun. Police stopped the car the teen was in, thinking it was stolen, but it wasn't. → Read More

August marks the 19th annual National Black Business Month

August marks the 19th annual National Black Business Month. Rick Banks launched MKE Black in 2019 as a one-stop shop to find Black-owned businesses in Milwaukee. → Read More

Packers Family Night draws in thousands at Lambeau Field

More than 50,000 people packed into Lambeau Field to attend the 21st Annual Packers Family Night on Friday in Green Bay. → Read More

Retired police dog battling terminal illness to be honored through St. Francis statue

Retired K9 hero, Bane, has reached his last stages in life but he is still making an impact throughout Milwaukee and beyond. → Read More

4 injured in rollover crash while transporting shooting victim to hospital in Milwaukee

Three people were injured in a rollover crash while transporting a shooting victim to the hospital on Monday. → Read More

Milwaukee Night Market returns downtown Wednesday night for first time since pandemic

Milwaukee Night Market returns for four nights this summer for the first time since the height of the pandemic. → Read More

Boys & Girls Club celebrate more than 100 students heading to colleges with over $17M in scholarships

The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Milwaukee celebrated 130 students committing to academic success at universities and colleges across the country. → Read More

Milwaukee Bucks donate to family of 8-year-old killed in crash after Dua Lipa concert

The Milwaukee Bucks have made a donation to the Nicola family after their daughter was killed in a crash following the Milwaukee Dua Lipa concert on Feb. 23. → Read More

GoFundMe created for Wisconsin family struck by tragedy after Dua Lipa concert

More than $36,000 has already been raised for the Nicola family after a car accident took the life of 8-year-old Emersyn and seriously injured her father. → Read More

Local pastors navigate faith and science amid COVID-19 pandemic

When it comes to faith and science, local pastors have had to walk a fine line throughout the pandemic. Church leaders sat down with TMJ4 News to share how they've been adapting. → Read More

Female entrepreneur celebrates 3 years since launching Wisconsin's first Black-owned Kombucha company

The first female Black-owned Kombucha company in Wisconsin, Soul Brew, is celebrating three years in a very niche industry. → Read More

How one Black-owned tea shop is refreshing the community one cup at a time through self-care

Nestled in a shop along Greenfield Avenue in West Allis, lies Swaye' Tea, but owner and herbalist, Shiree Bass-Henry is brewing much more than just tea here. → Read More

Family, friends cheer on West Bend's Courtney Rummel as she makes her Olympic debut

Courtney Rummel, the 18-year-old from West Bend, made her debut in Beijing Friday night at the 2022 Olympics. → Read More

Citywide mask mandate goes into effect Saturday in Milwaukee

The mask mandate is set to expire on March 1st, however, the Common Council could change this if the situation warrants. → Read More

Milwaukee Common Council to consider new mask mandate Tuesday

Pending the final vote from the Milwaukee Common Council, we could possible see a return of a citywide mask mandate. → Read More