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Updated: Former WTMJ anchor George Mallet is headed back to Milwaukee

Published April 19, 2016

It's coming up on almost a year since WTMJ-TV anchor Mike Jacobs retired, and a replacement has still yet to be named. There are Internet rumors and rumblings, however, that the spot may soon be officially filled - and by a familiar face. And now we know.

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FOX 6's Laura Langemo leaving for Minneapolis

Published April 4, 2016

After five years at Fox 6, WITI-TV, reporter Laura Langemo is leaving the station and moving back to her home city of Minneapolis. Langemo announced the move this afternoon on Facebook.

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Bottoms up: TV show drinking games

Published March 13, 2016

Grab a drink and catch up or re-watch some great shows and make it a little fun with adding these amusing drinking games.

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Kato Kaelin has thoughts about the new O.J. Simpson TV mini-series

Published Jan. 26, 2016

FX's new Ryan Murphy-produced mini-series "American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson" has garnered a lot of buzz, from its dubious inception to its both bizarre yet on-point casting to its now pretty positive early reviews. But ... what does Kato Kaelin think?

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Who killed Teresa Halbach? The four alternative suspects

Published Dec. 29, 2015

It became clear there was one glaring angle left out of Netflix's "Making a Murderer": If Steven Avery didn't do it, who did? As it turns out, Avery's defense attorneys tried to raise details about four other possible suspects at trial.

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Milwaukee producers present Mary Tyler Moore special on PBS

Published Oct. 13, 2015

One tip for success is to surround yourself with good people. And if you are able to endear yourself to those folks, they will tell everyone else they know about how wonderful of a person you are. That's what happens in "Mary Tyler Moore: A Celebration," a special production that airs at 7 p.m. Tuesday night on PBS.

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Smithers comes out as gay as "The Simpsons" attempts to stay relevant

Published Sept. 29, 2015

Television's worst-kept secret will no longer be a secret. According to a TV Line interview with "The Simpsons" executive producer Al Jean, Smithers, Mr. Burns' long-suffering assistant, will come out to his boss and to audiences this upcoming season - the show's 27th.