Complete coverage of Summerfest 2017, the festival’s 50th edition

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  • Infant death investigation underway on Milwaukee’s north side

    MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police are investigating the death of an infant on the city’s north side. Police were called to a home near 12th and Center around 1:30 a.m. for a sudden death. Upon arrival, officers found a one-month-old boy not breathing.  The child was later pronounced dead. The investigation is ongoing. The Milwaukee County Medical Examiner’s Office tweeted Tuesday morning that they are investigating two recent deaths of infants in unsafe sleep environments. Both deaths are unrelated. The medical […]

  • Police: 53-year-old driver located, charged, accused of driving vehicle off tow truck in Milwaukee

    MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police said Tuesday afternoon, June 27th a 53-year-old man has been located and charged with “duty upon striking — great bodily harm,” accused of driving a vehicle off a tow truck in Milwaukee Monday morning. It happened around 10:40 a.m. near Howell Avenue and Lincoln Avenue. Police said a tow truck driver was attempting to tow a vehicle when the vehicle’s owner got into the vehicle and drove it off the truck — causing the tow truck driver […]

  • “The target is an armored truck:” Gino has first look at the new movie “Baby Driver”

    MILWAUKEE — In the new movie “Baby Driver” a talented getaway driver relies on listening to music to get the job done. Gino joins Real Milwaukee with a first look at the film.

  • Money and marriage: How you deal with your dollars could determine whether you get divorced

    MILWAUKEE — If you’re not careful, how you deal with your dollars could determine whether you get divorced. Local financial professional, Luke Eskau, joins Real Milwaukee with tips for managing money in a marriage. Start Talking Start the conversation by laying out your individual financial situation and listening to where your partner is at. A recent study shows 43% of couples don`t know their spouse`s salary! Without knowing your household income, it`s impossible to set a realistic budget, which is the […]

  • Streetcar construction progress: West St. Paul Avenue to open in both directions temporarily

    MILWAUKEE — City of Milwaukee Department of Public Works (DPW) officials announced Tuesday, June 27th that work on West St. Paul Avenue as part of the Milwaukee Streetcar project will go on hiatus until Fall 2017. All lanes of traffic will be temporarily reopened during Summerfest to accommodate festival traffic, City officials said. According to a press release, Streetcar construction, which began in early spring on W. St. Paul, continues to progress on schedule with construction crews laying track on additional […]

  • All Clear: Crash snarls morning traffic on I-94 EB at Moorland Road

    MILWAUKEE  COUNTY — All eastbound lanes of I-94 were temporarily closed at Moorland Road Tuesday morning, June 27th due to an accident. At one point, delays were in excess of five miles. All lanes reopened shortly after 8 a.m. No additional details have been released — including the cause of the crash or if any injuries were sustained. CLICK HERE to monitor the WisDOT traffic cameras CLICK HERE to monitor the interactive FOX6 Traffic Map #Waukesha #Milwaukee TRAFFIC ALERT UPDATE […]

  • Police: 2 shot, injured in separate shooting incidents in Milwaukee

    MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police are investigating two separate shooting incidents that occurred late Monday night, June 26th and early Tuesday morning, June 27th. The first shooting happened around 10:50 p.m. near 47th and Lloyd. The investigation revealed that a 34-year-old woman was shot while standing in front of a residence. Police say a suspect fired multiple gunshots towards the victim.  The victim sustained a serious gunshot injury. She was treated on the scene by MFD and conveyed to a local hospital. […]

  • June 27, 2017

    Look who is turning six years old Tuesday, June 27, 2017.

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  • Arrested: Woman caught on camera taking donation jar from Jet’s Pizza now in custody

    GLENDALE — Glendale police announced Monday, June 26th that the woman wanted in connection to a theft at Jet’s Pizza has been taken into custody. The woman was caught on camera stealing a charity donation jar — money meant to help those with Alzheimer’s. Police say she turned herself in Sunday night, June 25th and the money has been recovered. Jim Rodriguez, Jet’s Pizza’s owner said the woman came up to the counter and asked to see a menu. She then […]

  • Waukesha woman arrested for OWI, 4th offense “used mouthwash to mask the odor of intoxicants”

    ELM GROVE — A 39-year-old Waukesha woman was arrested early Monday morning, June 26th for her fourth OWI offense. According to the Elm Grove Police Department, when stopped, Erika Miller used mouthwash to mask the odor of intoxicants on her breath. Police say Miller failed field sobriety exercises and consented to a blood test. Miller will appear for her initial appearance Monday afternoon, June 26th.

  • “One-stop resource:” WI Department of Corrections launches redesigned website

    MADISON — Wisconsin Department of Corrections (DOC) Secretary Jon Litscher announced Monday, June 26th the launch of DOC’s redesigned website, which advances the agency’s core function of public safety while increasing accountability and transparency to taxpayers. According a press release from the DOC, the new website was developed at no cost to the state or its citizens through a public-private partnership between the State of Wisconsin and Wisconsin Interactive Network, a subsidiary of NIC. The new website features streamlined navigation and organization […]