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Rebecca Klopf


Milwaukee, WI, United States

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Recent articles by Rebecca:

Kenosha mayor and concerned citizens face off over plans to move city forward

Kenosha’s mayor and faith leaders lay out plan to move forward following the shooting of Jacob Blake and protests in the city. However, the news conference ended with a group of concerned citizens gathered outside who wanted to know why they were not included in the process. → Read More

Milk slated to be dumped gets new life from the Hunger Task Force

Wisconsin dairy farmers and producers are getting a chance to keep their business running and feed the hungry. → Read More

Two Wisconsin RNC Delegates watch President Trump accept the party's nomination from the White House

Republicans gather in Waukesha County to watch President Trump accept the party’s nomination. While two other Wisconsin RNC Delegates got to see the speech in person at the White House. → Read More

Wisconsin RNC delegates gear up for GOP convention with uncertainty in the air

The Republican Nation Convention prepares to kick off in Charlotte, North Carolina. But some Wisconsin RNC Delegates are still not sure how they will be taking part in the big event. → Read More

2-year-old girl shot and killed at 105th and Mill in Milwaukee

Officials confirm a 2-year-old girl was shot and killed at 105th and Mill in Milwaukee. → Read More

Home and van burned, two teens shot amid anger over house connected to crime

The Milwaukee Police Department said that seven police officers and one firefighter were hurt when fires were set in the neighborhood near 40th and Lloyd Street. During the unrest, three people were shot and wounded following initial reports of shots fired Tuesday morning. → Read More

Doctors say 54 people in Milwaukee County got COVID-19 and voted in-person on Election Day

Doctors have released the latest numbers on how many people that both tested positive for COVID-19 and were involved in in-person voting in Milwaukee County. → Read More

How to tell when it is price gouging, what state experts look for during the coronavirus pandemic

Wisconsin’s Attorney General asks people to be on the look out for potential price gouging in connection to the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Paddock Lake homeowner hit by floods 2 days in a row

Homeowners in Paddock Lake are dealing with a double-hit of flooding. Both Wednesday night and Thursday night, the water quickly filled the streets and Brian Galley's home. → Read More

Riding with a semi driver through troublesome I-94 construction

The end of construction is months away for the I-94 corridor between Milwaukee and Kenosha Counties, but even as it inches closer, drivers need to remain alert. → Read More

Kenosha County searching for man who left friend's dog to die in abandoned car

KENOSHA, Wis. — A man is wanted by the Kenosha County Sheriff's Office for an animal cruelty crime. Javier Franco left the dog he was suppose to be watching in a hot car on I-94 to die. Andy Mena remembers his dog Ares with pictures and video of the playful pup. Franco was a family friend and had agreed to dog-sit Ares for three days around Aug. 10. Mena and his girlfriend, Melissa Gomez both… → Read More

Police stand off ends in confusing finish

A duplex in downtown Kenosha is the center major stand-off Tuesday evening. Three blocks were shut down mainly along 52nd Street near Spanky’s Bar. → Read More

Bus line started to get people to jobs might now leave a Menomonee Falls woman out of work

A bus line between Milwaukee and Waukesha Counties will shut down in less than a month. For a woman with visual impairments, it could mean the end to her independence. → Read More

K-9 Justice back at community events in Waukesha Co. for first time since his stabbing

OCONOMOWOC, Wis. — K-9 Justice is back on the job and in the community after he wa injured during the highway standoff earlier this month in Waukesha County. Friday night, community members in Oconomow honored the doggie deputy for his brave actions. K-9 Justice arrived in Oconomowoc to applause, pets, and lots of treats from well-wishers. "I want to see how he's doing," said Jayden Rauch,10. A… → Read More

Milwaukee man robbed after hitting the jackpot at casino twice in one week

A Milwaukee man won big at Potawatomi Hotel and Casino, not once, but twice. Though he barely has anything to show for it after he was robbed of most of his winnings. → Read More

Woman hit by baseball at pro game renews call for extending nets at stadiums

"I went to put something in my bag, lifted my head up and the ball met my eye," Dana Morelli said. → Read More

Woman hit by baseball at pro game renews call for extending nets at stadiums

"I went to put something in my bag, lifted my head up and the ball met my eye," Dana Morelli said. → Read More

Man kicked out of south side Milwaukee bar tries to burn it down

A man asked to leave Sollazo's 703 Club Saturday is suspected of coming back to set it on fire. → Read More

Wisconsin wedding photographer being sued for not showing up, misrepresenting work

Brides left at the altar are suing a Wisconsin wedding videographer. Others say when he did show up, the product was not what he promised. → Read More

Kansas City woman killed in Wisconsin; Amber Alert issued for 2-year-old daughter

It has been 24 hours since an Amber Alert went out to Noelani Robinson, 2, and there is no sign of her. Her grandfather is now begging for her return. → Read More