Cedarburg, WI

Hartford Police Department offers Citizen’s Police Academy; accepting applications now

Hartford WI – The Hartford Police Department is happy to announce that they are now accepting applications for the 2022 Citizen’s Police Academy. There are a lot of questions, especially over the past couple years, regarding Law Enforcement. Here is your opportunity for some first-hand knowledge of how Police Officers are actually trained. The classes will involve a variety of subject matters related to law enforcement activities, such as pursuit driving (Yes- you get to drive a police car!), evidence recovery, radar operation, use of force, and Taser training. (Attendees have the option to be tased.)
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Huge Wisconsin Toy Store in 100-Year-Old Barn Even ‘Big’ Kids Will Love

I've had a very specific recurring toy store dream since I was a child growing up in Madison, Wisconsin and I think I just found the place for it to play out in real life. When I first laid eyes on a photo of the big toy store, I felt a little twinge in my heart. I wondered if my 6-year-old daughter and 10-year-old son would walk into this place and start having the same recurring dream I've had for decades.

Wes Matthews To Stay At Home – Bucks Sign Veteran Guard Again

Veteran guard Wesley Matthews will stay at home in Milwaukee. The 35-year-old Matthews has been re-signed by the Bucks for the upcoming season. Last year, he averaged 5 points and 2 rebounds a game in just over 20 minutes of play. He also started all 12 playoff games. Matthews has...

Cubs Touch Up Hader, Claim Series With 2-1 Decision Wednesday

Cubs back-up catcher and first baseman PJ Higgins touched closer Josh Hader for a go-ahead two-out double in the top of the ninth inning Wednesday afternoon. That boosted Chicago to a 2-1 victory and a series win over the Brewers. The Cubs have won four series in a row but...

West Allis police pursuit involving stolen vehicle, driver in custody

WEST ALLIS, Wis. - One person was taken into custody following a police pursuit in West Allis Thursday morning, July 7. The pursuit involved a stolen Mercedes. The driver and sole occupant of the vehicle, ultimately struck a sign, concluding the pursuit. The driver was taken into custody in the area of 6th Street and Wisconsin Avenue.

24-year-old killed near 40th and Kaul

MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee Police Department said it is investigating a deadly shooting that happened Wednesday night. Officials said the shooting happened around 10:13 p.m. near 40th and Kaul. When officers arrived, they found a 24-year-old man who had been shot. He was pronounced dead on the scene. Now,...

Milwaukee police search for two critically missing girls

MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee Police Department is asking for the public's help in locating two critically missing children who were last seen Wednesday night. Jontae Wilson, 9, and Laparis McBee, 12 were last seen near 38th and Rohr. Wilson was last seen wearing a blue long sleeve shirt with...

What keeps an ER doctor up at night: 'The sound a mother makes after her child dies.'

I completed my pediatrics residency in Boston before coming to Milwaukee for my emergency medicine fellowship. My first week in Milwaukee, in 2015, I saw more gunshot wounds in children than I did in all my three years in Boston. There may be a few reasons for this staggering difference, but the main reason is that Massachusetts has commonsense gun laws — laws that simply do not exist in Wisconsin. During my fellowship training in Milwaukee, I...

Roots of a crisis: Wisconsin’s baby formula shortage triggered by federally incentivized consolidations

On a mid-June weekend, Raquel Urbina made seven trips to Milwaukee-area grocery stores in search of the hypoallergenic baby formula she needs to feed her 10-month-old daughter. She had little time to spare. Her monthly supplemental nutrition benefits through the state’s Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) program were set to expire in a few days.

Dancing Grannies to perform in 2022 Waukesha Christmas Parade

WAUKESHA — TMJ4 News and the Waukesha Chamber of Commerce partnered together and announced that TMJ4 will be broadcasting this year's Waukesha Christmas Parade. One of the groups that suffered unspeakable tragedy during the Waukesha parade in 2021 was the Dancing Grannies. They lost 3 dancers and one member of the group's husband. Now, they are back on the parade circuit but what happened last year is never far from their mind.

Milwaukee police search for 2 missing girls

Milwaukee police need help to find two critical missing girls. Police say Jontae Wilson, 9, and Laparis McBee,12, were last seen near N. 38th Street and W. Rohr Avenue on Wednesday evening. Wilson was last seen wearing a blue long-sleeve shirt with white and red glitter lettering and black jeans.

Bus shelter murals, the Office of Early Childhood Initiatives' latest project, encourage parents to be their child's 'first teachers'

Say goodbye to restless, squirming youngsters at the bus stop. Milwaukee children and families now have something fun and educational to do while waiting for the bus. Twenty-four Milwaukee County Public Transit bus shelters around city will soon be adorned with colorful, interactive murals as part of the city's Office of Early Childhood Initiatives' "Pop Spots" mural program.
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Milwaukee police investigating homicide near 40th and Kaul

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- A Milwaukee man was shot and killed on the city's northside late Wednesday evening. According to police, officers responded to the area of N. 40th St. and W. Kaul Ave. for a shooting. The 24-year-old victim died from his injuries on the scene. This investigation is...

Cedarburg Police Department activates Safe Space alarm system

CEDARBURG — The Cedarburg Police Department announced it has activated its new Safe Space alarm system. The system was installed on the front doors of the police department. It allows for one-time access to the lobby of the police department and immediately notifies the Ozaukee County Sheriff's Office of an emergency.