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I-TEAM: Engineer breaks down Bayshore Mall parking structure collapse

Records released by Glendale show the parking structure at Bayshore Mall had a stability that is standard for structures like it, according to a UW-Madison engineering professor. → Read More

Two officers facing charges in connection with man's death at Milwaukee Police's District 5

Two Milwaukee Police officers face criminal charges in connection with the death of a man last February inside District 5, TMJ4 News has learned. → Read More

FIRST LOOK: 50 newest DPW traffic calming projects in Milwaukee slated for 2023

The City of Milwaukee has 50 new traffic calming projects slated for 2023, according to a new list acquired from the Department of Public Works (DPW). → Read More

I-TEAM: Five of Wisconsin's deadliest roads are in Milwaukee, study shows

A local law firm commissioned a study to look at the deadliest roads for drivers in Wisconsin. It looked at all deadly crashes from 2000 to 2019, naming nine roads as the deadliest in the state. → Read More

These streets in Milwaukee are the 'most reckless'

The I-Team put together a map showing where the Milwaukee Police Department (MPD) issued reckless driving citations since 2017. Fond du Lac, 27th, and Capitol create a triangle of danger. → Read More

Four victims identified in string of weekend homicides in Milwaukee

The Medical Examiner provided information on four of the six homicides and Milwaukee Police provided details on all six incidents. → Read More

Chantia Lewis sentenced to 30 days in jail, 3 years probation

Former Alderwoman Chantia Lewis was sentenced to 30 days in jail and three years probation during a hearing on Thursday. → Read More

Names of Waukesha Parade victims written on Buffalo gunman’s rifle: Report

A Buffalo newspaper is reporting the alleged gunman who killed 10 in a racially motivated attack at a grocery store had written the names of three Waukesha Parade victims on his gun. → Read More

Discrepancies between MPD and inspector general on status of false vaccination record investigation

Delays in an investigation of an outgoing Milwaukee Police Lieutenant have two sides pointing fingers. → Read More

MPD Gunfire response team deployed in mostly Black neighborhood despite others having more gunshots

Despite faster response times, a Milwaukee Police Department ShotSpotter team is located in the part of Milwaukee with the highest percentage of African American residents, despite having fewer alerts than another more diverse district. → Read More

MPS faces another internal violation based on State Agency’s probable cause statement

The State’s largest public school district is facing a second allegation of misconduct from top officials. → Read More

Do Wisconsin's bail laws need to change after the Waukesha Christmas parade tragedy?

After the bail set for Darrell Brooks, the suspect in the Waukesha Christmas parade tragedy, was deemed inappropriately low, the I-Team asked multiple players in the state’s court system if the bail laws in the state need to change, and if so, how. → Read More

Examining criminal court caseload, experience in the courtroom in the wake of Waukesha parade tragedy

A growing caseload on an overworked system is what officials are pointing to following the “inappropriately low” bail set for Darrell Brooks, the man accused of driving his car into a holiday parade in Waukesha, killing six. → Read More

Repeat drunk drivers' constitutional rights at question for State Supreme Court

Convicted drunk drivers' may have a loop hole for more lenient sentencing. → Read More

Deactivated voters then vs. now. Why 205,000 voters were removed from the roles without any fanfare

A year after the most contentious presidential collection of our time, more than 205,000 voters were purged from Wisconsin’s voter rolls. But in 2021, there wasn’t so much as an email from either side. → Read More

Milwaukee Alderwoman Chantia Lewis accused of pocketing more than $20,000 in campaign finances

A Milwaukee Alderwoman running for Wisconsin's US Senate Seat is accused of pocketing tens of thousands of dollars in campaign finances through reimbursements made by the city and using campaign finances for personal uses. → Read More

Wisconsin's Black law enforcement leaders hope for more diversity than current 12 Black 'Top Cops'

It’s been nearly 100 years since the first African American police officer was sworn in here in Milwaukee, but progress has been slow for minorities to assume the position of top cop in the state. → Read More

'A watershed moment': MPD Acting Chief reflects on changes in policing 1-year after George Floyd

In the year since George Floyd was killed by former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin, massive changes have happened in police departments across the country, including Milwaukee. → Read More

'Costs of body cameras too high,' City of Waukesha says after $27 million City Hall construction

In the current climate of strained police-community relationships, it’s hard to put a price on the value of a first-person view of police interactions, but some law enforcement agencies in southeast Wisconsin are saying body cameras are too expensive. → Read More

Milwaukee Pastors working to create more integration in church

Two Milwaukee pastors are combining forces to tackle an issue decades in the making; racial segregation in church. → Read More