Rebecca Klopf, TODAY'S TMJ4

Rebecca Klopf


Milwaukee, WI, United States

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Past articles by Rebecca:

MPS students ready to become Milwaukee's newest licensed drivers

Two Milwaukee Public School students are ready to become the newest licensed drivers on the road. TMJ4 News was there as they finished their final driver’s education class to become legal drivers. → Read More

Milwaukee Public School students sell farm-fresh eggs that they raised, for cheaper than the grocery store

There is a place in Milwaukee where you can buy farm fresh eggs for cheaper than what you would typically pay in the grocery store. → Read More

'He just needed a ride': Milwaukee man killed in high-speed crash after friend races at over 100 MPH

It was a dark holiday season for a family torn apart by a reckless driver. Jackie Peer and Nicole Byrd say they lost their son because a friend who gave him a ride choose to speed. → Read More

Wisconsin ranks as 4th worst driving state, Milwaukee leading speeding, citations

Wisconsin ranks among the worst in the country when it comes to drivers, according to the insurance review site → Read More

Curbing reckless driving: MPD Chief Norman talks one-on-one about the issue the city is facing

As the year wraps up, Milwaukee Police Chief Jeff Norman sits down to talk about where things stand in the city with reckless driving. → Read More

INSIDE LOOK: The nerve center of tracking traffic throughout the state of Wisconsin

As a winter storm approaches a centralized location in Milwaukee monitors all the traffic and road conditions in Wisconsin. → Read More

Are roads more dangerous now than before the pandemic?

Dangerous driving behavior on the road is on the rise and has been since the pandemic. That’s according to a newly released study from AAA. → Read More

People spend big for Black Friday and Cyber Monday, expert weighs in on the best deals out now

The big holiday shopping days are here and breaking records. Retailers are seeing a lot of green for both Black Friday and Cyber Monday. → Read More

Federal grant allows county to focus on reckless driving outside of Milwaukee

A new federal grant lets Milwaukee County put the focus on reckless driving on the suburbs. It is something the county’s Department of Transportation says they have been missing. → Read More

MPD Chief has strong words for reckless drivers after 3 die in fiery crash

Milwaukee Police Chief Jeff Norman has strong words for reckless drivers after a police chase ended in a deadly crash after a man drove off the 16th Street viaduct and landed on the road below. → Read More

These are the three most dangerous intersections in Milwaukee

Three intersections in the city are considered the most dangerous by Milwaukee Police. A grassroots organization that has partnered with the state is now trying to change that. → Read More

A 360 look at whether tickets have decreased reckless driving in Milwaukee

It has been more than a year and a half since Milwaukee Police launched the Traffic Safety Unit to target reckless drivers in the city. However, some say writing tickets is not changing the problem. → Read More

Wisconsin Attorney General candidates debate how to stop crime in Milwaukee

With just nine weeks until the General Election and Milwaukee has once again become the center of debate for the candidates running for Wisconsin Attorney General. → Read More

Inflation hits cookouts this Labor Day Weekend, how experts say you can save

The Labor Day holiday weekend is here and for many, it means grilling out or hosting a backyard barbecue. But it can also be a hit to your wallet depending on what you are buying, experts say. → Read More

Back to school shopping sticker shock, how much extra families are spending around Milwaukee

According to a Deloitte back to school survey after holiday shopping back to school shopping is the second biggest spending event for families. → Read More

Milwaukee Police Department facing possible cuts as union says there is a 'critical' officer shortage

Mayor Cavalier Johnson warns there could be major budget cuts coming to public safety, including the police department. This comes as the city is already at a critically low level for officers. → Read More

Milwaukee summer temps are on the rise, what temperature the city could be heading for

Milwaukee summer temperatures are on the rise. The overall warming trend means if nothing changes Wisconsin is going to start to feel different. → Read More

Watertown students delayed 48 hours in Paris and Texas because of canceled flights across the world

A group of Watertown students know first hand how bad the flight problem have been this past weekend after they were delayed more than 48 hours. → Read More

Racine workers on strike will lose health care benefits from their company Friday

Workers striking at the CNH plant in Racine will lose their company health care benefits come Friday. CNH says the union will take over health care coverage for striking employees. It was negotiated before the strike happened. → Read More

Milwaukee Co. DA: Law enforcement does not want to get involved with enforcing abortion ban

Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm discusses the U.S. Supreme Court draft opinion on abortion and how might such a decision play out in Milwaukee County and Wisconsin. → Read More