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Past articles by Julia:

Willie Nelson's Outlaw Music Festival to stop in East Troy

Willie Nelson is taking his Outlaw Music Festival on tour this summer and one of the stops is here in Wisconsin! → Read More

One killed in fire near 14th and National

One person has died following a fire in Milwaukee early Saturday morning. The Milwaukee Police Department said the fire happened near 14th and National around 2:10 a.m. → Read More

Baird Center: Baird given naming rights of expanded Wisconsin Center

Milwaukee-based company Baird has been authorized as the naming rights partner with the Wisconsin Center. → Read More

Taking a look at snow totals across Southeast Wisconsin so far

A Winter Storm Warning remains in effect until 10 a.m. Friday as snow continues to fall across Southeast Wisconsin. → Read More

One man killed in Racine County house fire

The Racine County Sheriff's Office said it's investigating after a fire left one man dead Wednesday morning. → Read More

2,000 solar panels could be installed on Foxconn campus in Mount Pleasant

Foxconn and We Energies are partnering and hoping to bring 2,000 solar panels to Foxconn's Mount Pleasant campus, a news release from the companies states. → Read More

Marquette University's Tyler Kolek, Shaka Smart named Big East Player, Coach of the year

Marquette University's Tyler Kolek and Shaka Smark have been named the Big East Player and Coach of the Year! → Read More

Milwaukee County Transit bus involved in crash near Hampton and Green Bay

A Milwaukee County Transit bus was involved in a crash near Hampton and Green Bay Tuesday afternoon. → Read More

Aaron Rodgers in 'talks' with the New York Jets: Report

Aaron Rodgers has been given permission to speak with the New York Jets about a possible trade, according to Ian Rapoport with the NFL Network. → Read More

Man charged in connection to Nov. 2022 homicide in Brown Deer

The suspect is allegedly connected to the death of 18-year-old Amarion Brown, who was found dead in the home he shared with his mother on Sept. 1, 2022. → Read More

Milwaukee Public Museum releases renderings of new Time Travel gallery

We now have a first look at the new time Travel gallery coming to the Milwaukee Public Museum's new building! → Read More

Weekend events with Jammin' 98.3: Shamrock Shuffle, artisan pop-up market, couples scavenger hunt

Spring-like events are making a comeback and we have all the details! Jammin' 98.3 joined us on TMJ4 News Today this morning to talk about a few of this weekend's events. → Read More

18-year-old Racine woman killed in crash was pregnant, GoFundMe fundraiser states

The 18-year-old woman killed in a car crash Tuesday night was pregnant, according to a GuFundMe fundraiser. → Read More

18-year-old killed in Racine crash, three others injured

An 18-year-old woman was killed Tuesday night in a car crash involving three vehicles, two of which were parked. → Read More

58-year-old pedestrian injured in Sheboygan hit-and-run

A 58-year-old pedestrian was injured in Sheboygan Monday after he was struck by a car while crossing the street. → Read More

26-year-old killed near 26th and Clayton Crest

One person was shot and killed in Milwaukee Sunday night, according to the Milwaukee Police Department. → Read More

25year-old hit and killed while walking in Caledonia

A 25-year-old man from Racine has died after he was hit by a car in Caledonia early Saturday morning. → Read More

Rock-band Halestorm to perform at Wisconsin State Fair this summer

Grammy-award-winning rock Band Halestorm is scheduled to perform at this year's Wisconsin State Fair. → Read More

Milwaukee Auto Show returns to Wisconsin Center this weekend

The Milwaukee Auto Show kicks off Saturday and runs until March 5 at the Wisconsin Center. The show runs from 3 to 9 p.m. on weekdays and 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. on weekends. → Read More

First woman, person of color appointed Port Milwaukee Director

The first female and first person of color has been named the director of Port Milwaukee. Jackie Carter officially took office on Thursday after a swearing-in ceremony at Milwaukee's City Hall. → Read More