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Past articles by Bruce:

People in Milwaukee wait out long power outages after storm

Power outages are expected during winter storms with heavy, wet snow. But some outages are more challenging to repair than others, leading to longer than expected waits for restoration. → Read More

Jury finds Mark Jensen guilty in Kenosha antifreeze death

A Kenosha County jury found Mark Jensen, the man being re-tried for allegedly killing his wife with antifreeze in 1998, guilty of homicide. → Read More

Brother of Milwaukee fire victim speaks out: 'I understand his living that way'

TMJ4's Bruce Harrison spoke with Gene Mears, the half brother of Grant Forbes. Forbes' body was found in a burnt building near 26th and Greenfield on Jan. 4. → Read More

Milwaukee Fire Department reopens Fire Station 28 with the help of Wauwatosa

Milwaukee Fire Station 28 near 30th and St. Paul reopened Monday after being closed since 2018 because of city budget cuts. → Read More

Volunteers come together at UW-Parkside to honor MLK's legacy

Volunteers met at UW-Parkside on Monday to serve the community and honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. → Read More

Last family living within Foxconn site moving out, with their home

The couple that fought for five years to stop the village of Mount Pleasant from removing their home due to the Foxconn development is finally moving out, village board meeting minutes show. → Read More

Tiny Hooves founder shares story of attack at Union Grove animal sanctuary

Tiny Hooves Sanctuary in Union Grove is a place for healing. So it's all the more traumatic for the animals there when their peace is broken. → Read More

10 year old charged as adult in mom's homicide appears in court; judge maintains $50K bail

The 10-year-old charged with shooting and killing his mother made his first in-person appearance in court on Wednesday afternoon. → Read More

Postman fatally shot: Union speaks on his killing and the dangers of the job

In a decades-long career in the postal business, Ron Kania never had to deal with the shooting and killing of a letter carrier until last Friday. → Read More

Man who tried to save crash victims shares story; family identifies one of the men killed

According to police, a car lost control and collided with a tree. Both the driver and passenger, police say, died at the scene. → Read More

Milwaukee family in hiding after apparent attempts on their lives

A Milwaukee family is in hiding after they say a disgruntled ex-boyfriend made two attempts on their lives this week. → Read More

Live Updates: Darrell Brooks sentencing to be handed down Wednesday

Witnesses, victims, and Darrell Brooks' family are expected to speak Wednesday during day two of sentencing for the man found guilty in the Waukesha Christmas parade tragedy. → Read More

WATCH LIVE: Darrell Brooks sentencing, 'threat' interrupts courtroom

Sentencing begins Tuesday in the Darrell Brooks case. Brooks was found guilty in the Waukesha Christmas parade tragedy that left six people dead and dozens injured. → Read More

Watch live: State to wrap case in Day 13 of Darrell Brooks trial

Proceedings are scheduled to resume Wednesday in the case of Darrell Brooks, the man accused of driving through the Waukesha Christmas parade, killing six and injuring dozens. → Read More

Watch live: Darrell Brooks trial Day 8

The trial continues for Darrell Brooks, the man accused of killing six people and injuring dozens more after driving an SUV through the Waukesha Christmas Parade in 2021. → Read More

Darrell Brooks trial: More witnesses expected to testify Friday

Darrell Brooks, the man accused in the Waukesha Christmas Parade tragedy, is back in court today for the fifth day in a row. → Read More

'You're going to see manic': Darrell Brooks' mom speaks out ahead of Waukesha Christmas Parade trial

Dawn Wood says after a lifetime of bad decisions, she is deeply worried her son made another one by choosing to defend himself in court. → Read More

Gas prices falling, but travelers may pay more in hospitality this Labor Day Weekend

As high gas prices continue to fall, albeit slowly, travelers appear more comfortable hitting the road this Labor Day Weekend. → Read More

Waukesha commission sees final design proposals for memorial ahead of September vote

Waukesha residents got a closer look Wednesday night at finalists for a memorial to honor and remember victims of November's Christmas parade tragedy. → Read More

Man killed in crash involving dump truck on I-43, freeway reopens after 6+ hours

A full freeway closure was underway Thursday on I-43 eastbound at 27th Street after a 74-year-old man died in a crash, according to the Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office (MCSO). → Read More