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Past articles by Tom:

Winterfest returns to Lake Geneva, as ice castles make delayed return

The 28th annual Lake Geneva Winterfest is underway Thursday at Flat Iron Park. Officials have been preparing for this week's events for the last few days. → Read More

Gov. Evers sworn in for 2nd term: 'I am jazzed as hell'

As the legislative session gets underway, both sides who historically have not seen eye to eye on many issues are going into this with a renewed sense of cooperation. → Read More

Waukesha parade survivor prepares float for 2022 Christmas Parade

Across Southeastern Wisconsin, participants in the 2022 Waukesha Christmas Parade are putting the finishing touches on their entries for this year’s event on Sunday. → Read More

Blue Angels to return to the skies during Milwaukee's Air & Water Show

The Blue Angels team is back in Milwaukee for the first time since 2017. The air show's headlining act will perform in front of hundreds of thousands of people this weekend. → Read More

Racine County expands anti-violence programs following rise in crime

Racine County is teaming up with a nationwide violence prevention group to help curb growing violence in the county. → Read More

Milwaukee Midnight basketball league launches first ever women's program

For the first time since the Milwaukee Rez’s Midnight Basketball league started, there is now a women’s league. → Read More

Kenosha Unified School board members vote to make masks optional

Kenosha Unified School board members voted unanimously Tuesday night to make masks optional. → Read More

Governor Tony Evers calls on President Biden and Congress to give drivers a 'gas tax holiday'

As President Joe Biden stops all oil imports from Russia, Wisconsin lawmakers are calling for the president to halt the federal gas tax. → Read More

Masks to be optional at School District of South Milwaukee buildings beginning Tuesday

South Milwaukee School District told TMJ4 News that beginning Tuesday, masks will be optional in district buildings. → Read More

Couple celebrates 71 years of marriage with honor from Milwaukee Common Council

It was a special Valentines day for one Milwaukee couple. Not only are they celebrating 71 years of marriage this month, but they received a recognition from the city of Milwaukee’s Common Council. → Read More

Milwaukee Public Schools to make changes to COVID-19 protocols

Milwaukee Public Schools will see a slight shift in COVID-19 protocols moving forward. → Read More

MPD officer Herbert Davis III, shot in the line of duty, surprised with Super Bowl tickets

Milwaukee Police Officer Herbert Davis III, who was shot multiple times on Jan. 27 and is a huge Cincinnati Bengals fan, is going to the Super Bowl. → Read More

MPD seeking suspect in killing of 16-year-old at Burger King

Milwaukee police need the public's help finding a man they say is connected to the fatal shooting of a 16-year-old girl at a Burger King Sunday night. → Read More

State issues public health advisory on Omicron COVID-19 variant, some hospitals delaying elective surgeries

The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) has issued a “Public Health Advisory” with the Omicron variant of COVID-19 looming. → Read More

'We needed some joy': Greendale Christmas light display gets bigger every year

Art Frey has been decorating his house every year for much of the past decade, but this year his display is even bigger than ever. → Read More

'Remember how much joy they brought to everyone': Friends and family mourn those killed in Waukesha Christmas parade

We are slowly learning more about the people who were killed in Sunday’s tragedy at the Waukesha Holiday Parade. → Read More

Incumbents in Mequon-Thiensville School Board recall hold rally

Candidates who are facing a recall on the Mequon-Thiensville School Board held a rally Monday night. Supporters of board Vice President Wendy Francour and members Erik Hollander, Akram Kahn, and Chris Schulz gathered to hear 3 of the 4 speak and take questions from the audience. → Read More

Milwaukee Jewish Film Festival kicks off Sunday

The 24th annual festival will kick off Sunday, Oct. 17 and conclude on Monday, Oct. 25. → Read More

Milwaukee Brewers fans looking forward to Game 2 of NLDS

Brewers fans left American Family Field happy Friday night after the Brewers took down the Braves 2-1 in Game 1 of the NLDS. → Read More

COVID-19 hospitalizations at their highest in Wisconsin since January

COVID-19 hospitalizations in Wisconsin are at their highest point since January when a vaccine was not widely available to the public. → Read More