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  • Lucky the fox released back into the wild

    Fully recovered: ‘Lucky’ the fox is released back into the wild

    CUDAHY — Lucky, the famous young fox pup who was found in Cudahy with a rat trap clamped on his front paw, has made a full recovery said Wisconsin Humane Society Officials. They released the fox back into the wild in his Cudahy neighborhood on Thursday afternoon, October 13th. PHOTO GALLERY The five-month-old fox has been in treatment at the Wisconsin Humane Society’s Wildlife Rehabilitation Center since early September. The rat trap caused significant tissue damage and multiple fractures in his paw, […]

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    Fledgling owl rescued from Milwaukee’s Lake Park

    MILWAUKEE — The Wildlife Rehabilitation Center at the Wisconsin Humane Society is taking care of a small Eastern Screech Owl that was rescued from Milwaukee’s Lake Park. Somehow, word got out to some of the local bird-watchers that the Humane Society was taking care of “The Lake Park Screech Owl,” a popular owl that could be seen in the daytime this past spring in Lake Park as it sunned itself in the opening of a hollow tree right next to one […]

  • Scátháin 1919 Kitchen and Tap

    “It’s very exciting:” Scátháin, a Milwaukee company, does work for 1919 Kitchen and Tap at Lambeau!

    MILWAUKEE — Customers are lining up to buy work created by a Milwaukee company — and that’s despite the fact that company officials have never done any marketing. You might not recognize the company’s name, but you’ll soon be able to take a look at their work at Lambeau Field! Scátháin is located on S. 4th Street on Milwaukee’s south side. “Everyday we get inquiries from around the world,” John McWilliam, Scátháin’s owner said. And soon, you’ll be able to take […]

  • Juneteenth

    “It just makes my heart happy:” Hundreds commemorate Juneteenth day and celebrate freedom in Milwaukee

    MILWAUKEE — A big celebration in Milwaukee on Friday, June 19th as hundreds of people commemorate ‘Juneteenth’ day. 150 years ago, the last slaves were told of the Emancipation Proclamation. It’s a day to remember the past. “It’s just a great day for Milwaukee,” said James Harris, celebrating Juneteenth day. A celebration that spans generations. “I’ve been coming here now for like over 30 some years, my mom used to bring me when I was little,” said Maxine Crenshaw, celebrating […]

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    “Made my son’s day:” Larry Sanders does seemingly small thing that’s huge in the eyes of a boy with cancer

    MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Former Milwaukee Bucks player Larry Sanders knows what it’s like to battle an illness. So when he met a Sheboygan boy battling cancer, he did one seemingly small thing that made the boy feel much better. You likely saw the video posted to the website “The Players Tribune,” in which 26-year-old Larry Sanders explains why he left a promising career in the NBA — walking away from the Milwaukee Bucks with millions of dollars on the table. Sanders announced […]

  • Community Bark

    On Thanksgiving eve, Community Bark packed with pooches getting cleaned up & ready for petting!

    BAYSIDE (WITI) — On Thanksgiving Eve, Community Bark in Bayside was packed with pooches as folks looked to get their pups ready for petting on Thanksgiving Day! “The day before Thanksgiving — for some reason everybody wants to make sure that their dogs are clean. We’re pretty well booked,” Community Bark founder Andrew Appel said. It was all hands on deck, and all hands on dog on Wednesday, November 26th. Community Bark gave dogs owners the chance to freshen up Fido just […]

  • mequon

    Two arrested after Milwaukee police chase ends in Mequon

    MEQUON — Two suspects led Milwaukee police officers on a police pursuit Friday night that went through several communities and eventually ended in Mequon. The incident started just before 10 p.m. when officers attempted to stop several stolen vehicles in a parking area in Lincoln Park near Hampton Ave. The driver of one of the stolen vehicles attempted to flee by leaving the pavement — and entering the park area. In the process of doing so, the driver nearly struck two […]

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  • Milwaukee police shoot armed robbery suspect

    MILWAUKEE– An armed robbery suspect was shot by Milwaukee police after they say he pointed a gun at officers. It happened just before 8:00 p.m. near 49th and Center in Milwaukee. According to police, uniformed officers on foot patrol in the area were flagged down for a subject with a gun. Police say they found the suspect with a pistol in his hand. The man allegedly refused to drop the weapon, but instead raised and pointed it at officers. A Milwaukee […]

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    Pit bull shot, killed after attacking man

    MILWAUKEE– Milwaukee police are investigating a vicious pit bull attack that occurred Saturday evening, June 16th in the 4200 Block of W. Capitol Dr. According to police, around 5:00 p.m., a couple was out walking their dog when a pit bull jumped from a second story balcony and began to attack the dog. A 55-year-old man came to the defense of his pet and wrestled the pit bull off his dog. During the scuffle, the pit bull then started attacking […]

  • SHEBOYGAN SHOOTING

    Witnesses: Sheboygan man fatally shot by brother

    SHEBOYGAN — Witnesses to a fatal shooting here say the victim and shooter were brothers. Sheboygan police have not confirmed that connection but say they are looking for a “known suspect” in the death of a 24-year-old man. Police say it happened around 7:00 p.m. on S. 9th St. just south of High Ave. Officers originally responded to St. Nicholas Hospital where a man was in critical condition with a single gunshot wound. He was then taken by Flight for Life […]