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Kenosha Police: Man killed in shooting early Sunday morning

Early Sunday morning, shots rang out near 69th Street and 25th Avenue in Kenosha. The Kenosha Police Department says one adult male was found dead at the scene with a gun. Neighbors in the area are shaken up from hearing gunshots near their homes. → Read More

Report: Milwaukee's streetcar 'The Hop' will begin service on November 2

Milwaukee's new streetcar system, dubbed 'The Hop,' will officially start service on November 2nd, according to a report from TODAY'S TMJ4's partner the Milwaukee Business Journal. → Read More

Mosquito problem only getting worse according to Department of Natural Resources

The Department of Natural Resources' most recent outdoor report finds, "Mosquitoes are still out in full force and will probably continue to be through the weekend. Because of the mosquitoes many archery deer hunters are taking a break and waiting for cooler weather..." They're not the only ones. → Read More

Wisconsinites are lending a helping hand to Hurricane Florence victims

Saturday morning eight different Wisconsin animal shelters took in 96 dogs from shelters in North Carolina. → Read More

Artwork stolen from MCTS bus shelter

A local artist donated work to beautify some Milwaukee County Transit Bus Shelter, only to have a piece stolen in broad daylight. → Read More

New breastfeeding app allows mothers to find areas to pump

Working mothers who are still breastfeeding now have an app that can help them find spaces to pump while away from home or the privacy of an office. → Read More

Roundabout construction underway in Hales Corners

Hales Corners construction is about to cause even more headaches next week. → Read More

MADACC: Fourth of July busiest season for runaway pets

Firework shows and dogs don't mix, and while the 4th of July is traditionally the main day families barbecue, spend time outside, and shoot off fireworks, July 5th is traditionally the busiest day for the Milwaukee Area Domestic Animal Control Commission because the fireworks scare them, causing them to run away. → Read More

Staying safe around fireworks this Fourth of July

Safe Kids Southeast Wisconsin and Children's Hospital of Wisconsin says everyone should leave the fireworks up to the professionals. → Read More

African American Children's Theatre shuts down

After 30 years it's time Milwaukee says goodbye to the African American Children's Theatre. → Read More

Vandals damage Kayla's Playground in Franklin yet again

Vandals at Franklin Wood Park have struck again at Kayla's Playground. The play area was built for children with special needs to have a safe area to play. → Read More

Owner making a push to bring back Delafield 'Smiley Face Barn' off I-94

After more than a decade, the Smiley Face Barn that greeted drivers on I-94 in Delafield may be coming back. → Read More

Local ideas for celebrating Valentine's Day

There are plenty of ways to celebrate the day and show the one you love that you care. You can do anything from purchase lavish gifts to give them a homemade card. → Read More

"Saferide Program" provides free rides home for Wisconsin drivers from the bars

After a night on the town, a safe and free ride home sounds nice. That's what the Tavern League of Wisconsin is able to give drivers, even more now, thanks to a recent state assembly bill. → Read More

AAA offers winter driving tips

As snow keeps popping up in the weather forecast, AAA says now is the best time to prep your car for the winter season. → Read More

Are car infotainment systems doing more harm than good?

It's a convenience that can kill. Vehicle infotainment systems in newer vehicles have been found to be more distracting than helpful, according to AAA's most recent research study phase. → Read More

Survey: Higher repair bills for younger drivers

Financial ease and car ownership don't always go hand-in-hand. RepairPal's recnet survey found young drivers are paying more in car maintenance than seasoned drivers, close to $157 more. → Read More

Wisconsin drivers rank poorly in new survey

Wisconsin received a D- grade for drivers admitting to being the least likely to let cars merge in front, hate slow drivers, and admit to stealing parking spots. → Read More

Water Street in downtown Milwaukee to close temporarily for repaving project

Drivers who use Water Street in downtown Milwaukee will have to find a different way to get around town this week. → Read More

Car mechanics warn drivers purchasing used cars this summer

Car mechanics in Milwaukee are reminding drivers to do their research before buying used cars. → Read More