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It's back to the negotiating table on Wednesday for Caterpillar and hundreds of its union workers. Comment?
Caterpillar Inc.'s products showcased at the MINExpo International trade show in Las Vegas includes the world's largest mining shovel. Comment?
The support for the victims in Boston is world-wide, and today Milwaukeeans are showing theirs, one T-shirt at a time. Comment?
The two new stores are located at 222 N. Chicago Ave. in South Milwaukee, and 4140 W. Greenfield Ave. Comment?
People in Milwaukee have told TODAY'S TMJ4 they are among the 800,000 in the midwest who did not have phone service Monday morning. Comment?
Union officials in Wisconsin are questioning Caterpillar Inc.'s plans to temporarily lay off up to 300 workers in South Milwaukee after the company's CEO called for more visas for foreign engineers. Comment?
Caterpillar announced it will lay off employees at its South Milwaukee plant. The company informed employees during a staff meeting Thursday. Comment?
Convicted child sex offender Todd Kester moved into a South Milwaukee residence that was within 1,000 feet of Lakeview School in 2010. Comment?
Convicted child sex offender Todd Kester moved into a South Milwaukee residence that was within 1,000 feet of Lakeview School in 2010, violating a city ordinance that prohibits child sex offenders from living that close to an elementary school. Comment?
On Tuesday, the Cardinals of the Catholic Church were set to start the process of deciding the 266th Pope, and a former Milwaukeean and Papal candidate was among them. Comment?
An effort to promote peace and positive change in Milwaukee is in the early stages, and those behind the idea hope their dreams has a lasting impact. Comment?
The city asks that you continue to follow winter parking regulations until 11:59 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. Comment?
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It was a tough drive going through the huge snowfall of this week. Now, some people may not have a car to drive Thursday after the City of Milwaukee invoked the four-inch rule and started towing illegally parked cars. Comment?
He praised local leaders for bringing growth to our city, but fired at the State Legislature for threatening to end residency rules for public sector workers. Comment?
Over the past three months burglar alarms to several businesses in South Milwaukee, Caledonia and St. Comment?
According to the department, the car hit a house at 5800 Morgan. The driver was not at the scene when Milwaukee Fire and Police showed up. Comment?
Scott Fredrick leads Phoenix Products Company, an industrial lighting company in Milwaukee. Comment?
Police spent much of late Thursday night and the overnight Friday morning swarming a neighborhood and blocking off streets during a tactical situation. Comment?
Check back for more details on this breaking story as they come in to us, including reports from TODAY'S TMJ4's Melissa McCrady. Comment?