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  • “It’s more business for us:” Excitement in Pleasant Prairie as HARIBO is headed to town

    PLEASANT PRAIRIE — The German-based company HARIBO, famous for their popular gummy bear candy, announced it’s building its first North American plant in Pleasant Prairie. The sweet news for Kenosha County is now the talk of the town. It’s business as usual at the BP gas station just off I-94, but with HARIBO coming to town, business is expecting to pick up. “Very exciting. It’s more business for us, good for the neighborhood, good for the business, good for the people […]

  • NO charges after long night for Hartland residents: Police respond to report of man in home with gun

    HARTLAND — There was a heavy police presence overnight Saturday, March 18th in a neighborhood in Hartland. Hartland police were called out to the scene near Oxford Drive and Bradford Way around 10:00 p.m. Saturday. They responded to the area along with officials with the Waukesha County Sheriff’s Department for a report of a man inside a home with a gun. Police said this turned out to be a well-being check on a person inside the home. “At first I […]

  • “Really hurts:” Aldermen concerned about Pres. Trump’s proposed budget’s impact on Great Lakes

    MILWAUKEE — Some of Milwaukee’s alderman met Monday, March 20th to discuss the impact of President Donald Trump’s proposed budget, and proposed cuts to the Environmental Protection Agency, which have created a lot of concern for the Great Lakes. The alderman said the Great Lakes are essential to maintaining and growing our way of life, not just in Milwaukee, but across the Midwest. Failure to maintain them could be detrimental to the entire country. The Great Lakes are a major […]

  • Thousands of runners and walkers celebrate St. Paddy’s at the Lucky Leprechaun 7K

    WAUWATOSA — Several thousand people, all of them decorated in festive St. Paddy’s Day-inspired attire, showed up in Wauwatosa to run the Lucky Leprechaun 7K Saturday, March 18th. “The best thing about today is we’re still continuing our celebration of St. Patrick’s Day and I’d like to encourage everybody to get out and be active and have a great time,” said Lisa Bruenih, race ambassador. During Saturday’s fifth annual event, participants chased after Lucky the Leprechaun for the entire course. “Try your […]

  • “I can’t take back how it happened:” Man charged in 1982 death of Carrie Ann Jopek gets 7 years in prison

    MILWAUKEE — After decades of questions, wondering, and suffering, the family of Carrie Ann Jopek finally has justice for her death. It was 35 years ago that the family of the 13-year-old notified authorities their daughter had disappeared. The family is finding closure in the wake of Jose Ferreira’s sentencing on Friday, March 17th. “He’s been in here for 17 1/2 months, Carrie was missing for 17 1/2 months, not knowing, but here he is still a live. Carrie is […]

  • “Couldn’t believe it:” Drivers paying high price to park during NCAA Tournament… if they can find space

    MILWAUKEE — While the NCAA Tournament play was taking place on the court inside the BMO Harris Bradley Center in downtown Milwaukee, outside the arena on Thursday, March 16th, FOX6 News found parking madness. Folks headed to watch games said it was easier to get tickets than it was to find a place to park. “I reserved a parking spot at this particular spot thinking ‘no problem. I can pull in.’ Get here and all the spots are taken,” said Sean Musial. In […]

  • “Crazy busy!” Late winter snowstorm has plow drivers seeing green after mild January, February

    MILWAUKEE — The flakes were flying across SE WI on Monday, March 13th — with totals over 10 inches reported across the area. While the snow created problems for some, it brought business for others. For many, snow on a Monday morning meant long commutes, and slippery roads. For Justin and Marie McKillingin, the snow meant Monday would be a busy one. “It’s been crazy busy today,” Marie McKillingin said. McKillingin and her husband own a plow company called J-M […]

  • “Everybody gets to celebrate:” Downtown Milwaukee gears up for 51st Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade

    MILWAUKEE — In less than 24 hours from now, Milwaukee will go green with people celebrating St. Patrick’s Day! The event on Saturday, March 11th, is expected to draw tens of thousands of people — and organizers say they’re ready for it. “The parade is one of the most festive and exciting days downtown Milwaukee. If you haven’t been downtown in a while we encourage you to come down and check it out,” said Stacie Callies, Westown Association. At a kick-off […]

  • “They need to be free:” Wisconsin Humane Society sets red-tailed hawk free after rehab

    CUDAHY — After a few days of strong winds, things have finally calmed down enough for the Wisconsin Humane Society to release a red-tailed hawk back into the wild. The hawk was set free on Thursday afternoon, March 9th after undergoing months of rehabilitation. Scott Diehl, the society’s wildlife director, was in Cudahy for the hawk’s release. He said that when they found the bird of prey, it was laying on the ground with a bone fracture and unable to fly. […]