Adriana Mendez, TODAY'S TMJ4

Adriana Mendez

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Milwaukee, WI, United States

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Local restaurants find ways to extend outdoor seating during colder months

With the colder months approaching quickly, restaurant owners are turning to creative ways to extend their outdoor dining experience for customers. → Read More

River cleaners express concern over bottles placed on beams under Milwaukee bridges

Scott Cassavant is the Captain of the Lynyrd Skymmr a vessel with the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewer District that cleans up debris and pollution in the river. → Read More

Kenosha business owners remind the public they are still open

Kenosha businesses are boarded up in the downtown and Uptown area, but despite the windows being covered, business owners are reminding the public that they are still open. → Read More

'We never want to be divided again': Residents come together to showcase the unity and love in Uptown Kenosha

In the aftermath of destruction, it’s not hard to find the good, in the Uptown part of Kenosha. → Read More

Community comes together to clean up downtown Kenosha following police shooting, unrest

Community members came together Monday morning to clean up several dozen businesses in downtown Kenosha that were destroyed during overnight unrest following the police shooting of Jacob Blake. → Read More

New Harbor District mural depicts importance of Milwaukee River wildlife

A new mural is coming to South Water Street in the Harbor District. Rochester artist Justin Suarez, is painting a mural depicting Milwaukee River wildlife in the Harbor District Milwaukee. → Read More

Wisconsin Lutheran High School offers free COVID-19 antibody testing to faculty and staff members

Wisconsin Lutheran High School is offered free COVID-19 antigen and antibody testing to faculty and staff members, on Wednesday. More than eighty employees participated in the free testing. → Read More

'Think about other people': Milwaukee's mask mandate goes into effect Thursday

Milwaukee's mask ordinance, the 'MKE Cares Act,' will go into effect Thursday. On Wednesday, state officials announced 821 new cases of coronavirus. That number is just below Tuesday's record of 964 cases. → Read More

Twin Lakes Village Board reverses course, will allow officer to keep K9 partner

It appears a police dog in Twin Lakes will get to stay with his handler after all, after the Village Board reversed course. → Read More

Metered parking enforcement restarts in Milwaukee

On Monday morning, the Milwaukee Department of Public works started enforcing metered parking. → Read More

Locals reflect on needed changes at new Milwaukee George Floyd memorial mural

As artists worked on some of the finishing touches at the George Floyd memorial mural located at the corner of North Ave. and Holton St. Friday, people stood in awe taking in the scene. → Read More

New Berlin family throwing massive rummage sale to help stop human trafficking

While people are spring cleaning and getting rid of their used items, Beth Marek and her 10-year-old grandson, Elliot Hovie, are taking items in, all with the purpose of being sold in a massive rummage sale to stop human trafficking. → Read More

Two new, free coronavirus testing sites open in the City of Milwaukee

Two new coronavirus testing sites opened in the City of Milwaukee Monday morning. The testing is free to public and no appointment is necessary. → Read More

Businesses hope Mother's Day brings a spike in revenue

While many business are struggling, some are hoping Mother's Day will bring them an increase in revenue. → Read More

Southeast Wisconsin honors nurses on National Nurses Day

Signs saying "Healthcare Heroes" can be spotted all across southeast Wisconsin as a way to honor those on the front lines. → Read More

Authentic Italian restaurant in Oak Creek focusing on family during coronavirus pandemic

Trattoria di Carlo has been open in Oak Creek for 18 years. The restaurant features authentic Italian cuisine. Owner Carlo Pedone says to him, every customer that walks through the door feels like family. → Read More

Wisconsin gas prices are the lowest in four years

Gas prices are plummeting across the state of Wisconsin due to the impacts of the coronavirus. The average price of gas across the state is $1.95 for a gallon of regular unleaded. → Read More

Local produce suppliers feeling financial impacts of coronavirus

As the coronavirus continues to spread, business is feeling the financial impacts. Machi Produce they deliver fruits and vegetables to grocery stores and restaurants and are feeling the effects from both ends. → Read More

United States Coast Guard prepares for the DNC

The Democratic National Convention is just months away. The national event will take place at Fiserv Forum from July 13 through the 16. → Read More

Racine boy spreads joy through random acts of kindness

A Racine boy is trying to spread love and joy by preforming random acts of kindness. → Read More