Matt Hongoltz-Hetling of The Forecaster appeared on News 8 WMTW Sunday morning to discuss his story about fast-food restaurants that are not obeying state laws requiring them to keep their bathroom water hot enough for proper hand washing. His interview with Thema Ponton can be seen on the WMTW website.
Tune in to WMTW every Sunday morning at 7, when staff writers from The Forecaster join the Channel 8 news staff to discuss the week's top local stories.
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