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  • July 25

    Lake Lawn Resort Riverfalls Family Fun Center GoFundMe.com account for victim of brutal beating during attempted robbery/carjacking in Greenfield

  • Police: Suspect, vehicle sought in suspected abduction, shots fired incident in Milwaukee

    MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police are asking the public for their help locating a suspect and vehicle in a suspected abduction/reckless use of a weapon incident. It happened around 3:55 a.m. on July 23rd near Water Street and Wisconsin Avenue. Police say an unknown male confronted an unknown female and forced her into his silver SUV. The male then fired a gunshot into the air and fled the scene. The suspect is described as a black male, standing 5’6”-5’7” tall, with a […]

  • Many uses of Mason jars: 5 ways to make then fun, functional on your next camping trip

    MILWAUKEE — They’r often used for canning and crafts — but did you know you can take Mason jars camping too? From beverage holders to storage solutions — Dormie Roberts with Blain’s Farm & Fleet joins Real Milwaukee with five ways you can use Mason jars in the great outdoors. 1. Matchbox Get ready for the campfire with a mason jar matchbox. You can even make a sandpaper lid to light up ‘strike anywhere’ matches. Make your own with these […]

  • Critics are comparing Charlize Theron to James Bond in new flick “Atomic Blonde”

    Some critics are already comparing Charlize Theron to James Bond in her new flick “Atomic Blonde.” The movie opens in theaters this weekend and Gino went all the way to Berlin, Germany to sit down with the starts for a preview.

  • Driver suffers medical condition, crashes down embankment in Washington County

    WASHINGTON COUNTY — The Washington County Sheriff’s Office responded to the area of Highway 33 and Alpine Drive in the Town of Addison Saturday morning, July 22nd for a report of an SUV that crashed down a steep embankment. It happened around 7:10 a.m. Officials say the driver, a 50-year-old Town of Trenton man, was westbound on Highway 33 when he began to experience some type of medical condition. His GMC Sierra with a 6’x10’ utility trailer in tow crossed the center line and struck […]

  • July 25, 2017

    Look who is turning six years old Tuesday, July 25, 2017.

  • “Help save lives:” Thousands answer the call, but Red Cross blood shortage continues

    MILWAUKEE — Thousands of people have responded to the emergency call for blood and platelet donations issued by the American Red Cross in early July —  but there continues to be a critical summer blood shortage. Eligible donors of all types are urgently needed. According to a press release, after issuing the emergency call, the Red Cross has experienced a 30 percent increase in blood donation appointments through mid-July. About half of the appointments were scheduled by donors using the free […]

  • July 21

    Festa Italiana Recipe: Layered Greek Dip Recipe: Black Bean & Mango Salsa Basse’s Taste of Country Kohl’s Cares: Grow Safe and Healthy Mix It Up Cooking Classes Wisconsin Human Society’s Wildlife Rehabilitation Center donations

  • July 20

    Humane societies tied to rescued dogs Humane Animal Welfare Society (HAWS) Elmbrook Humane Society Sheboygan County Humane Society Washington County Humane Society Firkin Fest Lake Lawn Resort The Big Bounce America Deschutes Brewery  The Garcade Recipe: Blue Cheese Stuffed Chipotle BBQ Burgers Vision Forward Youth Sports Camp at Marquette University Vision Forward Vision Forward on Facebook

  • Greenfield police: 2 arrested, 1 sought following police pursuit involving stolen vehicle

    GREENFIELD — Two people were taken into custody and a third suspect is being sought after a police pursuit that began in Greenfield late Wednesday night, July 19th.  The vehicle involved was stolen. It began around 11:15 p.m. when officers initiated a traffic stop near 27th and Layton. Police say the vehicle took off at a high rate of speed. A pursuit was initiated. Police say the driver made a big circle —  entering the freeway, exiting on College Avenue, […]

  • TMZ: Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington has committed suicide

    Chester Bennington, the lead singer of Linkin Park, has committed suicide, according to TMZ. He was 41. Law enforcement sources tell TMZ the singer hanged himself at a residence in Palos Verdes Estates in L.A. County. Bennington’s body was discovered just before 9:00 a.m. Thursday, July 20th. I am in tears.Chester just told me how happy he was…..He was such a sweet and talented man……Ifeel so sad for his family,band mates and fans — Nikki Sixx (@NikkiSixx) July 20, 2017 no words. […]

  • Do grocery delivery services deliver on their promises? Contact 6 tests 4 services

    MILWAUKEE — Have you ever thought about buying your groceries online? Several companies now offer their services in the Milwaukee area. FOX6’s Contact 6 put them to the test. Contact 6 enlisted the help of Maggie Joos. In addition to being a mother of two, Joos runs her own cooking business, The Real Good Life.