Julia Fello, TODAY'S TMJ4

Julia Fello

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Milwaukee, WI, United States

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Past articles by Julia:

YMCA quickly pivots to ensure seniors can workout remotely

The YMCA has created an online portal for seniors to manage the pressure of feeling isolated and staying healthy through this pandemic. → Read More

Milwaukee construction company ready to make last-second changes to make the DNC a safe success

The economic impact from the Democratic National Convention on southeast Wisconsin was projected to be more than $100 million. Now the outlook seems much different. → Read More

Milwaukee women who started their business with just $300 pivot during pandemic to make much-needed PPE

Despite the pandemic, there is one thing for sure: Our small businesses have stepped up in huge ways to help our communities. Even while struggling themselves. → Read More

How a UW-Milwaukee micro-garden keeps hungry students fed with nourishing food

It is hard to concentrate and study when you do not have enough food to eat. There are four people on campus hoping to help students make ends meet through this pandemic with fresh fruits and vegetables. → Read More

New technology lets anyone experience what sensory issues are like

Imagine you are unable to feel the tips of your fingers, have blurred vision or are hard of hearing. There is a sensory kit that local company Home Instead Senior Care wants everyone to know about. → Read More

'It's like in the Batman movies': Cedarburg police to try out new technology to detain suspects

Cedarburg police plan to buy into new technology that will wrap suspects like a superhero. → Read More

Pewaukee woman raises awareness to 'worst disease known to man'

It's called 'the worst disease known to man' and affects all ethnic groups. We are talking about Huntington's disease. → Read More

Wauwatosa woman leaves successful business career to become a nun

TODAY'S TMJ4 has been looking at people who have given up successful careers to follow their dreams. Now we are featuring a woman whose decision was not based on finding another line of work but a higher calling. → Read More

Out-of-state companies moving headquarters to Wisconsin by the dozens

The latest company mulling a move to the Badger State is Latitude Power. → Read More

Wisconsin residents save golden retrievers from China meat trade

Local group, Wisconsin Adopt a Golden Retriever, is working to rescue dogs from the meat trade in China. → Read More

Fond du Lac teacher claims he was forced to resign after lecture about female circumcision

A Fond du Lac teacher claims he was forced to resign for teaching a sensitive topic to high schoolers: Female Circumcision. → Read More

Wisconsin city mulling resolution to fine parents of students who bully

A Wisconsin city is making a daring move to curb bullying. A proposed resolution on the table would punish the parents of bullies. → Read More

Washington County student headed to Scripps National Spelling Bee

RICHFIELD -- Eight students are representing our state in the Scripps National Spelling Bee. Two of them are from Southeast Wisconsin, including one from Richfield Middle School. Aryan Kalluvila beat out thousands of other students. He says he spells words easily by using his hands. "That actually helps me remember it because whenever I'm on stage I actually type," said Kalluvila. "It took me… → Read More

Young black men given harsher sentences than any other Wisconsin demographic, per UW-Milwaukee study

MILWAUKEE -- Wisconsin is one of five states that will charge 17-year-olds as adults. A UW-Milwaukee professor researched the severity of a jail sentence in Milwaukee County, based on a criminal's age and race. "Our justice system is supposed to be blind right?," said Tina Freiburger, UWM Professor who conducted a study to see if a fair sentence is separate from race, age or gender. Here's what… → Read More

Some of 'Art In Bloom' exhibit flowers to be donated to homes on north side

Now that all 14,000 visitors are gone, where do many of the flowers go? The answer: Habitat For Humanity homes. → Read More

Fining Johns: Resolution would make soliciting prostitution fine 5x higher

A Milwaukee alderman wants to deal with the city's prostitution problem, by targeting the customers. → Read More

Antler Alert: Southeast Wisconsin sees spike in deer crashes

Along with the construction and potholes popping up on the roads, there's something else to dodge. → Read More

High fire dangers in Walworth, Racine and Kenosha Counties

As the snow melts, fire dangers rapidly increase. → Read More

Proposed location for new youth prison could be at Milwaukee-Glendale border

The location of our new youth prison could soon be in Milwaukee, and right in Glendale's backyard. → Read More

Need for foster parents in Waukesha County reaches 'crisis level'

The need for foster parents in Waukesha County is so dire, siblings are being separated from each other. → Read More