Terry Sater, WISN 12 News

Terry Sater

WISN 12 News

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Past articles by Terry:

Stop signs taken down from east side intersection, detour moved

The stop signs are gone at an east side intersection following a WISN 12 News investigation. → Read More

Man behind the music at Summerfest moves toward retirement

The man who brought the Rolling Stones to Summerfest is moving toward retirement. → Read More

War in Ukraine could increase cost of your beer in Wisconsin

Some beer prices are going up because inflation is driving up the cost of raw ingredients, and now, the war in Ukraine could cause even higher prices. → Read More

Aaron Rodgers' ancient cleanse: What is Panchakarma?

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers touted an ancient cleanse for quieting his mind as he makes a decision on his future. → Read More

East side woman calls on city leaders to make changes to reduce crime

A Milwaukee woman has had enough of rising crime on the east side. → Read More

'I'm most scared of air attacks,' says US veteran trying to get family out of Ukraine

U.S. Army veteran Gemma Naturkach says they hope to evacuate this weekend and cross into Poland. → Read More

Milwaukee downtown business owners taking steps to ensure safety

Downtown Milwaukee business owners are worried about how the record number of homicides and crimes will affect their businesses. → Read More

Man sentenced for shooting, killing girl, 3, in fit of road rage

The man convicted of killing a 3-year-old Milwaukee girl in a road rage shooting will serve at least 36 years in prison. → Read More

Athletic director apologizes in for calling player 'boy'

Greenfield High School officials met with basketball players and their parents after school Friday because of racist remarks parents say the athletic director made. → Read More

Waukesha School District wants to close elementary school

The school that would likely close is Whittier Elementary School and roughly 200 additional students would move to Hadfield Elementary School. → Read More

Changes made after Milwaukee firefighters miss woman's body in car

Milwaukee's fire chief says the department is changing its policies after firefighters failed to find the body of a 21-year-old woman in a burned car. → Read More

Community, businesses step up to show support to officers shot in the line of duty

Three officers have been shot and wounded in Milwaukee in the past two weeks. → Read More

More than one gunman suspected in massacre of 6 people in house

Milwaukee police say they believe they're looking for more than one gunman in the killing of six people in a home at 21st and Wright streets. → Read More

Tommy Thompson doesn't rule out 5th term as Wisconsin governor

"Everything is on the table," he told WISN 12 Tuesday morning. "I'm not saying it's in the cards. But, I'm physically and mentally capable of doing anything." → Read More

EMT seriously injured when bus hit ambulance out of hospital

A Milwaukee emergency medical technician is finally home from the hospital nearly one month after a Milwaukee County bus slammed into his ambulance. → Read More

West Allis woman, 35, survives massive heart attack

A 35-year-old West Allis woman suffered a massive heart attack the morning after she watched the Bucks win the NBA championship in July. → Read More

People found long lines at COVID-19 testing sites on Christmas Eve

Instead of last-minute shopping, some people waited in long lines Friday to get COVID-19 tests. → Read More

Holiday travel: Are people getting tested for COVID-19 first?

CDC warns people not to travel if they are sick. → Read More

Some churches canceling in-person Christmas services because of COVID-19

Christmas services will be virtual again for some people with a new coronavirus variant increasing the danger of worshiping in person. → Read More

COVID-19 testing sites see rise in demand for tests

The need for COVID-19 testing is growing with the holidays right around the corner. → Read More