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  • Police: Man shot, injured during argument near 14th and Cleveland in Milwaukee

    MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police are investigating a shooting that happened near 14th and Cleveland Thursday evening, June 21. The call to officials came in shortly before 8:30 p.m. Police say the victim, a 27-year-old Milwaukee man, sustained a non-life threatening gunshot wound during an argument with a known suspect. The victim is being treated at a local hospital. The investigation is ongoing and Milwaukee police are searching for the suspect involved.

  • ‘What are you looking for?’ The common household item that triggered a TSA alert

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Gladys McGlon is a retired nurse practitioner, so traveling to see her grandkids is one of her favorite pastimes. In April, she was on her way to do just that. “I love those kids, I love going to Atlanta.” But Gladys almost didn’t make her flight. While going through security, she was randomly checked for traces of explosives. TheTSA had a “hit” and Gladys found herself pulled aside for the pat-down. “What are you looking for?” […]

  • Pictures: View & submit beautiful weather pictures

    MILWAUKEE — Every single day, we hear from FOX6 News viewers who say they have a beautiful photo they’d like to share on-air. Here’s your chance to do so. Submit the photo by clicking the button just below.

  • Milwaukee Co. Zoo: 2 grizzly bears get into secondary containment area, did not enter public space

    MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee County Zoo says two grizzly bears got into a secondary containment area in the grizzly service location on Thursday evening, June 21. Officials say an unsecured door allowed them to enter into the secondary containment area. Officials say the Zoo followed procedure, began the animal escape protocol, and secured a few remaining visitors (Zoo closing is 5 p.m.) in Zoo buildings. Zoo officials say at no time were visiting public in danger, nor did the bears […]

  • Jonathan Pogreba arrested at Waukesha County Courthouse, after 2+ weeks on the run

    WAUKESHA — Jonathan Pogreba walked into the Waukesha County Courthouse on Thursday afternoon, June 21 — after being on the run from authorities for more than two weeks. Shortly thereafter, he was placed in handcuffs. Pogreba, 43, is the Town of Eagle man authorities have been looking for since June 5 — after an apparent dispute between Pogreba and his wife. BREAKING: Video of 43-year-old Jonathan Pogreba being arrested as he surrenders inside the Waukesha county courthouse. This ends the […]

  • NTSB releases preliminary accident report on fatal helicopter crash in Oshkosh

    OSHKOSH — The National Transportation Safety Board released on Thursday, June 21 its preliminary report on a fatal helicopter crash on the Fox River in Oshkosh. Jonathan Bahr, 27, of Platteville died in the crash on Saturday, June 9. The report confirms the pilot and a photographer were flying above the Four Horseman Poker Run on Lake Winnebago, photographing the event. After an hour-and-a-half of being in the air, the pilot returned to the Dockside Tavern on the Fox River and the […]

  • Are bananas healthy?

    Bananas are among the most popular fruits in the world. But some consumers have relegated bananas to the ‘do not eat’ list because of their relatively high sugars and carb content. One large banana has about 120 calories and 17 grams of natural sugars — more than double what you’d get in, say, a cup of strawberry slices, which has 53 calories and about 8 grams of sugars. Which begs the question, are bananas healthy? “Compared to some other fruits, […]

  • PICTURES: View & submit pictures of severe weather

    MILWAUKEE — When severe weather pops, more and more people are able to snap pictures of it thanks to the power of mobile devices. Check out some of the latest stormy weather pictures taken by FOX6 News viewers.  

  • With arrival of summer, Salvation Army cooling centers now ready for action

    MILWAUKEE — The Salvation Army announced on Thursday, June 21 that its worship and community centers are now open as cooling centers, Monday through Friday and Sunday mornings. Below is a list of the cooling center locations and hours: Citadel Corps Church and Community Center 4129 West Villard Ave., Milwaukee Monday – Friday: 9 a.m to 4 p.m. Sunday: 10 a.m. to noon Coldspring Church and Community Center 2900 W. Coldspring Rd., Greenfield Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 9:30 a.m to 1:30 p.m […]

  • Help ‘Stomp Out Hunger:’ Bring 3, get into Summerfest free

    MILWAUKEE — You can help FOX6, Johnson Controls and Summerfest “Stomp Out Hunger” in southeast Wisconsin. On the opening day of Summerfest, Wednesday, June 27, donate three (3) non-perishable food items between noon and 3 p.m. and you will receive one (1) free weekday admission ticket to get into Summerfest free that day.  Hunger Task Force is especially in need of healthy food items, like canned peaches and pears. Note:  The free admission ticket is good for admission to Summerfest […]

  • WisDOT to shift NB traffic on I-94 at WIS 142 beginning early Sunday

    MILWAUKEE — The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) announced on Thursday, June 21 that it is planning to shift northbound traffic on I-94 at WIS 142 and reduce the number of lanes down to two beginning in the overnight hours this Saturday. The new configuration will be in place by early Sunday morning. All northbound and southbound traffic will be using the existing southbound pavement. This shift will allow work to get underway on the new northbound lanes of traffic between […]

  • ‘These products are not safe:’ Milwaukee Health Department alerts public about dangers of K2, Spice

    MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee Health Department is re-issuing an alert to the public about the dangers of synthetic cannabinoids, most commonly referred to as K2 or Spice. There are five confirmed cases, and five probable cases of synthetic cannabinoids in Milwaukee as of Wednesday, June 20. The use of synthetic cannabinoids can cause severe bleeding, unexplained bruising and possibly death. Synthetic cannabinoids consist of a number of mind-altering chemicals that are made and sprayed on dried plant materials, or sold as liquids to […]