Molly Bernard, WISN 12 News

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WISN 12 News

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  • KETV NewsWatch 7

Recent articles by Molly:

Mild winter impacting maple syrup production

Wisconsin is one of the top producers of maple syrup in the country. → Read More

Keeping freshwater fresh by reducing salt usage

Salt can also have major impacts on freshwater ecosystems. Meteorologist Molly Bernard explains the impacts and what's already being done to help. → Read More

Weather: Cloudy but staying dry

Clouds return Sunday, but we may see some sunshine this afternoon. Meteorologist Molly Bernard times out how long our dry stretch of weather lasts. → Read More

Leaves collected in Milwaukee turned into rich compost

The life cycle of the leaves restarts after the Milwaukee Department of Pubic Works picks them up. → Read More

City Lights Brewing Co. now canning water

"Took some time to figure out how to do it perfectly and a couple of equipment additions to make it done right," City Lights Brewing co-founder Jimmy Gohsman says. → Read More

On his last day, Sheriff Lucas donates to fallen deputy’s memorial

Denita Ball takes over as sheriff Monday. → Read More

Videocast: Chilly with afternoon showers

A cool start, with wind chills in the 30s. Another chilly day ahead with afternoon rain chances. → Read More

Videocast: Soggy Sunday morning

Rain is likely across SEWI this morning. We should see more dry time this afternoon ahead of another round of heavy rain tonight. → Read More

Protecting our Waterways: Shorewood's Summer of Water Action

The village declared a “Summer of Water Action,” asking residents to take a pledge to take three to five new actions to keep our waterways cleaner. → Read More

Alert Day: Heat will help fuel strong storms this afternoon, evening

Wednesday's heat and high humidity will help fuel storms late in the afternoon and evening. → Read More

Kayak rental companies are opening back up for the season

Temperatures are warming up in southeastern Wisconsin and Memorial Day is just around the corner, which means more people will be out enjoying Milwaukee waterways. → Read More

Milwaukee: Bradford Beach will be without lifeguards again summer

Although lifeguards won't be patrolling the beach, the Beach Ambassador Program will be back along the Lake Michigan shoreline this summer. → Read More

Volunteers needed to help keep our waterways clean

Milwaukee Riverkeeper hosts a few programs to help limit the amount of trash that end up near local rivers, streams and creeks. → Read More

Climate change is impacting pollen season in Wisconsin

Thanks to summer-like temperatures over the past week, tree pollen counts are climbing in Southeast Wisconsin. → Read More

20-ton crane puts 35 sailing boats in Lake Michigan

Chilly temperatures and whipping winds didn't stop Friday's annual tradition at the Milwaukee Community Sailing Center. → Read More

'No Mow May': How not mowing lawns can help Wisconsin's ecosystem

The 'No Mow May' initiative started in Appleton a few years ago, now it has spread across the state. This year, more cities and organizations in Southeastern Wisconsin are encouraging residents to let their grass grow. → Read More

Changing climate impacts Lake Michigan levels

Lake Michigan holds more than 1,000 cubic miles of fresh water, but its levels are always changing, and Wisconsin scientists say climate change is impacting the inland ocean. → Read More

Baseball is back: Brewers spring training forecast in Phoenix

The weather in Arizona is perfect for baseball, and Friday is the first day of the Brewers' spring training. → Read More

Wisconsin: Storms expected Saturday night; chance for snow Sunday

Widespread storms move back into the area Saturday evening ahead and along a cold front. → Read More

Benefits of rain gardens & native plants

MMSD's rain garden plant sale is going on right now. The plants for sale will help to manage rain where it falls, which has positive impacts on our environment. → Read More