Top stories for the week of June 10

Take a look at a few of our Top stories for the week of June 10

  • A severe storm hit our area Wednesday. From Madison to Milwaukee, viewers from all over sent in their weather pictures. Click for more details. Willis Woyach from Milwaukee

  • Bratwurst spills onto highway after semi turns over. The Police Chief of Kohler tells TODAY'S TMJ4 that a turned-over semi on a highway led to spilled sausages all over the road. It happened Tuesday morning on Highway 23 eastbound at a ramp to I-43. Click here for more details

  • WARNING - Disturbing image - Turtle dead after severely beaten on golf course; reward offered. A snapping turtle has died after it was found bloody and beaten, with a cracked shell at Delbrook Golf Course. Click here for more details

  • Hundreds of animals dead after 5-alarm fire at historic Waukesha Co. farm. A five-alarm barn fire broke out in Waukesha County this week, leading to the death of lots of pheasant chicks. Click here for more details

  • Why did tornado sirens sound? At one time, the warning that covered portions of the area warned about winds up to 80 miles an hour. That's high enough that some communities sound the sirens. Click here for more details

  • Packers Nation marks Lombardi's 100th birthday. He's been voted the greatest coach in NFL history, and Packers fans are celebrating his 100th birthday. Click here for more details

  • School bus hits man after he tries to save a turtle in the road. A man from Eagle was hit by a school bus Monday morning after attempting to save a turtle. Click here for more details

  • Wis. Assembly approves anti-abortion bill. The state Assembly has approved a Republican bill that would require women seeking an abortion to get an ultrasound of the fetus. Click here for more details

  • Murphy discusses whether Favre deserves to have Packers retire his number. The president of the Green Bay Packers says that longtime record-setting quarterback Brett Favre "deserves" to have the Packers retire his number. Click here for more details Journal Sentinel

  • Special ceremony for Sikh Temple hero Lt. Murphy after retirement. The Oak Creek police department plans a ceremony for the retirement of an officer seriously wounded while responding to the fatal rampage at the Sikh temple last year. Click here for more details Mike De Sisti - Journal Sentinel

  • Person in custody after thief stole car with 8-year-old boy inside. Fond du Lac Police tell TODAY'S TMJ4 that they have a person in custody Wednesday after noon following a van stolen with an eight-year-old boy inside. Click here for more details

  • Marquette student dead after falling into a river in Rome, Italy. Marquette University announced that one of its students died after falling into a river in Rome, Italy. Click here for more details

  • Warm weather brings outdoor activities and open patios. Temperatures are finally ticking up toward normal after a rainy and cold spring. Click here for more details