Shaun Gallagher, TODAY'S TMJ4

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MKE Film festival addressing health disparities facing communities of color

Even though the pandemic will prevent anyone from attending in person, MKE Film is hosting its second annual Minority Health Film Festival. → Read More

Shades of normalcy in Kenosha as government buildings reopen after unrest

Fences and plywood still surround the Kenosha County Courthouse and the Post Office is boarded up as well. However, both venues reopened their doors to the public after more than two weeks of being closed due to unrest after the shooting of Jacob Blake. → Read More

ATF identify 3 more people believed to be involved in Kenosha unrest fires

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives identified three new people of interest involved with the fires caused by the Kenosha unrest. → Read More

Milwaukee Health Department approves COVID-19 reopening plan for 10 schools

The Milwaukee Health Department announced Friday afternoon it has approved ten private schools to reopen this fall. → Read More

Protesters arrived at Wauwatosa mayor's home in defiance of city ordinance, mayor says

The mayor of Wauwatosa says protesters arrived at his house after midnight in defiance of the city's ordinance and stayed until about 2 a.m. → Read More

Responding to inequalities: MPD Chief discusses role of policing

Weeks of protests have gone by several police districts in Milwaukee, demanding police reform in the wake of George Floyd's death at the hands of law enforcement. The message has been shouted loud and Milwaukee Police Chief Alfonso Morales says it's being heard. → Read More

Responding to Inequalities: Helping children understand what protests represent

With daily protests involving thousands of people around the city, children may be questioning why all of this is happening. → Read More

Responding to Inequalities: African Americans disproportionately imprisoned in Wisconsin

African Americans face significantly higher imprisonment rates relative to their population size. → Read More

Hospitals starting to reschedule elective surgeries after COVID-19 postponements

Hospitals around the state are starting to reschedule elective surgeries that were postponed due to COVID-19. → Read More

Wisconsin FoodShare recipients to receive maximum benefits for two months

FoodShare recipients in Wisconsin can expect to see a bump in benefits for the next two months. → Read More

Marquette Nursing students learning virtually while COVID-19 keeps them out of hospitals

With a nursing shortage and Coronavirus putting a strain on medical staff, preparing the nurses of tomorrow is more important than ever. However, because of COVID-19, some hospitals are not allowing nursing students to continue their hospital rotations. → Read More

Here are options for safe fun this weekend despite coronavirus closures

Despite coronavirus closing bars, restaurants, and entertainment venues all around Milwaukee, there are many safe, fun things to do this weekend. → Read More

Waukesha woman forced to move to California to save her life

A Waukesha woman was forced to move to California in an effort to save her own life. → Read More

"I'm appalled it's still there." Neighbors react to burned out building

Nearly five months after it was destroyed by fire, a Southside business remains untouched and has become an eye sore in the neighborhood. → Read More

Three cited after riding electric scooters on the freeway

Three men from Texas told the Sheriff's Department they were on their way to the Harley-Davidson Museum when their GPS took them onto the freeway near 11th and Tory Hill Street. → Read More

Drugged driving is on the rise in Southeast Wisconsin

Police believe an early morning crash between a semi and pickup truck was the result of drugged driving. → Read More

City of Milwaukee considers legal action against big pharmaceutical companies

The Milwaukee Common Council will actively search for legal counsel as they pursue legal action against pharmaceutical companies who manufacture opioids. → Read More

There's no shortage of things to do in Milwaukee this weekend

Boredom will be hard to come by this weekend in Milwaukee. Three huge events at the Lakefront will make it busier than usual. → Read More

Man dead in shooting at 56th and Greenfield near West Allis-West Milwaukee border

One man is dead in a shooting at 56th and Greenfield on the border of West Allis and West Milwaukee, the Milwaukee County Medical Examiner's Office says. → Read More

Academy Award winner John Ridley inspires Rufus King students

An Academy Award winner and Milwaukee native visited with Rufus King students Thursday with advice on how to achieve success. John Ridley won an Oscar for best screenplay during the 85th Academy Awards for the film, 12 Years a Slave. It's one of his maybe the highest of his accolades, depending how much you loved Martin or The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air; which he was a writer for. However, he's… → Read More