Lauren Linder, TODAY'S TMJ4

Lauren Linder

TODAY'S TMJ4

Albany, NY, United States

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Recent:
  • TODAY'S TMJ4
Past:
  • WXYZ Detroit
  • NBC26 News
  • NEWS10 ABC
  • Local 22 & Local 44

Recent articles by Lauren:

Two weeks after Jacob Blake's shooting, community continues to demand change from lawmakers

Two weeks after the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, people came together to make their voices heard and call on lawmakers to act. → Read More

'We’ll take whatever resources we can': Kenosha city and county officials significantly increase federal, state law enforcement presence

After three nights of unrest in Kenosha, city and county officials announced they were significantly increasing the federal law enforcement presence in anticipation of more violence. → Read More

More than 100 law enforcement agencies no longer headed to Milwaukee for DNC security

More than 100 law enforcement agencies have withdrawn from helping the Milwaukee Police Department at the Democratic National Convention, three weeks before the big event. According to the police chief, the agencies cited concerns over potential new policies related to crowd control. → Read More

'Together We Stand' event looks at bigger picture of Black Lives Matter movement, need for unity

As Black Lives Matter protests continue to take place across Milwaukee, in Washington Park, a community event Saturday looked at the bigger picture of the movement, the need for unity. → Read More

Wauwatosa officer under investigation for killing teen at Mayfair Mall was involved in 2 other fatal shootings

The issue of police overreach is at the forefront of conversations happening across the country. Now it’s sparking a debate here locally in Wauwatosa, leaving the public to question past cases when officers decided to use force. → Read More

Landlords flock to Wisconsin courthouses to file eviction notices as moratorium ends

Starting Wednesday, landlords across Wisconsin could file eviction notices for the first time since March, after Governor Tony Evers’ moratorium came to an end late Tuesday. → Read More

Two longtime Lake Geneva beach workers quit over concerns around reopening during pandemic

The beach in Lake Geneva will open as scheduled this Memorial Day weekend amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The move hasn’t come without controversy. → Read More

Racine COVID-19 cases continue to rise as public testing site opens

On Monday the City of Racine opened its first mass COVID-19 testing site allowing anyone to get tested for free without an appointment. This happened as the county and city continue to see some of the largest spikes in cases in the country. → Read More

Hundreds line up for a free COVID-19 test at new locations in Milwaukee

As of 3 p.m. Monday, 800 people have gotten tested for COVID-19 at two new testing sites in Milwaukee. It’s all a part of an effort to increase testing in Wisconsin. Now anyone can get a free test, regardless of whether they have symptoms. → Read More

Egg and Flour reconfigures space with plastic partitions to prepare for 'new normal'

As a part of the first phase of Wisconsin’s ‘Badger Bounce Back’ plan to reopen the state’s economy, restaurants would be able to go back to dine-in service with social distancing in place. In the Milwaukee area restaurants are already gearing up for that day. → Read More

Gardening centers and DIY studio adapt under 'Safer at Home' order

As Wisconsin’s ‘Safer at Home’ order remains in effect, businesses are continuing to find ways to adapt, both in the gardening and DIY industries. → Read More

Family mourns the death of Racine police officer Jennifer Diener

For the second time in less than a year, the Racine Police Department is mourning the loss of one of their own. → Read More

Overnight police chase ends near Daphne Road in Glendale

The incident started just midnight when deputies attempted to pull over an erratic driver speeding on I-43 northbound near 6th Street. → Read More

Family identifies woman killed in Christmas Eve hit-and-run in Bay View

A cousin confirms to TODAY'S TMJ4 that James Hanson was killed in a hit-and-run Tuesday night at Dover and Howell. → Read More

Correctional officers check on sex offenders during trick-or-treating

The team of agents and Milwaukee police took a man into custody after finding a large bowl of candy inside his home and his porch light turned on. Because he is a registered sex offender, those are violations of his supervision. → Read More

Bart Starr honored at Packers' home opener

As the Packers took on the Vikings in the first home game this season, they also honored Pro Hall of Famer Bart Starr, who died in the spring. → Read More

Neighborhood reacts after teens set fire to Butterfly Park

A community is asking ‘why’ after a fire destroyed playground equipment at a Milwaukee park over the weekend. → Read More

Search for missing swimmer changed to recovery effort

Crews were back out searching Tuesday for a 19-year-old male swimmer who went missing in Lake Michigan. Officials are now calling it a recovery effort. → Read More

City declines applications from additional electric scooter companies

Lime scooters have only been in town for about two weeks, but the city has already received more than 100 complaints about people riding on sidewalks and weaving in and out of traffic → Read More

Are scooters cluttering Milwaukee streets?

Problems are arising one week into electric scooters being re-introduced to Milwaukee. One thing at the top of some people's mind is where the scooters should be parked. → Read More