Nick Bohr, WISN 12 News

Nick Bohr

WISN 12 News

Milwaukee, WI, United States

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Recent articles by Nick:

Milwaukee's mask mandate now in effect until March 1

More than six months after Milwaukee's mask mandate expired, the mandate is back because of the omicron surge. → Read More

Milwaukee Public Schools students return Tuesday to classroom

Some teachers apprehensive about returning to in-person learning → Read More

New video shows two people running from Shake Shack after off-duty officer was shot

Sources: Police still looking for third person who was actual shooter → Read More

Empty store shelves return as COVID-19 cases surge

Anyone who has been to the grocery store lately, has seen the effect the COVID-19 surge from omicron is having in the aisles. → Read More

COVID-19: Milwaukee Jail outbreak affects criminal justice system

Between staff illness and prisoner infections, some court cases are being delayed. → Read More

Mask ordinance for Milwaukee indoor public spaces apprroved

The COVID-19 positivity rate in Milwaukee is at 41%, and that's why the city could move back to a mask mandate. → Read More

COVID-19: Plea for kindness, patience in Milwaukee testing lines

The Milwaukee Health Department is asking everyone to be patient and kind as they wait in line to get a COVID-19 test. → Read More

Police shut down COVID-19 testing site in Wauwatosa saying it was a traffic hazard

The site at 68th Street and North Avenue has been open about a month, but the demand soared to the point police decided it was a traffic hazard. → Read More

People pay respects at Waukesha parade victims' memorial

The temporary memorial to the Waukesha parade victims at Veterans Park will be taken down Wednesday. → Read More

People displaced by intentionally set apartment fire try to cope

More than 139 people in Milwaukee are out of their homes after a fire at an apartment complex that investigators said was intentionally set. → Read More

City, county reach agreement to clean up illegal dump site

Outrage leads to action over an illegal dump in a Milwaukee alley. → Read More

Power outages: People without heat try to stay warm as temps drop

Those without power are trying to stay warm as temperatures drop. → Read More

City to install 300 speed bumps in attempt to cut down on reckless driving

Engineers say speed bumps are effective in residential neighborhoods → Read More

People fed up with waste growing in Milwaukee alley

An illegal dumping site in a Milwaukee alley just keeps growing. → Read More

Parade attack victims can now apply for help

The United for Waukesha Community Fund opened applications Friday for people affected by the Christmas parade tragedy. → Read More

Teen threatened to kill woman's family if she reported assault

If the 14-year-old is charged as an adult, he could face decades in prison. → Read More

'I never had a thought that I wasn't going to be OK,' says priest injured in Waukesha parade

Rev. Patrick Heppe was walking with the Waukesha Catholic community when he was struck → Read More

Milwaukee considers suing two automakers over stolen cars

Milwaukee is on pace to surpass 10,000 car thefts this year. → Read More

Santa, Mrs. Claus weren't hurt in Waukesha parade, teacher says

There's an element to the Waukesha parade tragedy that is still lingering for some kids: what happened to Santa and Mrs. Claus? → Read More

'Jerseys for Jackson Day' to honor 8-year-old parade victim

Social media posts ask people wear baseball jerseys on Friday to honor the 8-year-old boy killed in the Waukesha parade tragedy → Read More