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  • 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.

  • Pictures: View & submit photos from Saturday night’s severe weather

    MILWAUKEE — Storms rolled through southeast Wisconsin Saturday evening, May 28th and created a chance to capture some great pictures. If you have a storm photo that you’d like to submit, click the button below.

  • Police investigate fatal crash at Highland Park on Milwaukee’s west side

    MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee Police Department is investigating a fatal crash that happened on the city’s west side on Wednesday afternoon, June 28th. A car apparently struck a tree at Highland Park. Officials with the Milwaukee Fire Department say there were two people in the vehicle. One died on the scene, the other was taken to Froedtert Hospital. Monitor FOX6 News and for updates on this developing story.

  • MU Law Poll: Pres. Trump’s job performance approval holds steady at 41% in WI

    MILWAUKEE — The latest Marquette University Law School Poll was released on Wednesday afternoon, June 28th — and says President Donald Trump’s job performance approval in Wisconsin is at 41 percent — the same as it was in March. According to the poll, 51 percent disapprove of the president — and seven percent have no opinion. In March, it was 47 percent disapproval and 11 percent with no opinion. Sharp partisan divisions over Trump. Among Repubs, 85% approve, 8% disapprove. […]

  • What a blast! Fireworks times and locations for July 4th in southeast Wisconsin

    MILWAUKEE — The 4th of July holiday is fast approaching — and you might be wondering where to view fireworks displays throughout southeast Wisconsin. The web team compiled a rather complete list of fireworks display times and locations within the interactive Google map just below. Simply manipulate the map to find your community — and then click on the marker to get the information that pertains to that community. Happy 4th!

  • Sheboygan police: Man arrested, suspected in graffiti vandalism to garage

    SHEBOYGAN — Sheboygan police have arrested a 37-year-old man who they say is connected with an incident of graffiti vandalism early Wednesday, June 21st. The person is also suspected in three earlier incidents, officials say. A car was set on fire and a racially offensive message was left on a garage near 26th and Wilgus early Wednesday. After firefighters put out the flames and the smoke cleared, it was a discovery of graffiti on the side of the garage that […]

  • Sheboygan authorities ID victim of fatal crash from the weekend

    SHEBOYGAN — Sheboygan authorities identified on Wednesday, June 28th the victim of a fatal crash that happened early Sunday, June 25th. The wreck happened near the intersection of S. 12th Street and Camelot Boulevard shortly after midnight on Sunday. Officials say the fatal victim is identified as 19-year-old Pasha Molitor of Sheboygan. The three occupants of the other vehicle, including the 23-year-old driver and two children, ages seven months and 20 months, have all received treatment for injuries sustained during the […]

  • Take a look! Titletown District sled, tubing hill is taking shape

    GREEN BAY — A visible piece of the Green Bay Packers’ Titletown District has emerged on the 34-acre development near Lambeau Field. Construction crews this week finished pouring the concrete for the sledding hill that rises 60 feet above the ground at its highest point. When the snow flies the Packers will provide the inner tubes for the ride down. Under the hill is an ice skating trail connected to a larger ice rink. WLUK-TV says other recreational components include […]

  • Sassy Cow Creamery issues recall, not sure if some products were fully pasteurized

    COLUMBUS — Sassy Cow Creamery based in Columbus, WI is issuing a voluntary recall of several products. According to the company’s website, “During routine inspection of our equipment it was discovered that we could not prove with 100 percent certainty that every ounce of Sassy Cow products were fully pasteurized. Nor do we have any evidence or proof that every ounce of Sassy Cow products were not pasteurized during this time period.” Here are the products that are affected by […]

  • Shots fired, 1 person killed near 33rd and Center in Milwaukee

    MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police are investigating a homicide that happened near 33rd and Center around 3:15 p.m. on Tuesday, June 27th. A 32-year-old Milwaukee man, now identified as Ricardo Durant, was shot by a suspect in a passing vehicle. Durant was transported to a hospital where he died from his injuries. MPD is currently seeking a motive and searching for suspect(s). Monitor FOX6 News and for updates on this developing story.

  • Menomonee Falls rep. says Milwaukee’s police chief is “out of touch,” urges him to step down

    MILWAUKEE — State Rep. Janel Brandtjen, a Republican from Menomonee Falls, is calling for Milwaukee Police Chief Ed Flynn to step down from his post for comments he made related to concealed carry permit holders. Flynn’s comment came Monday evening, June 26th at a town hall meeting to discuss violence in Milwaukee. One member of the audience submitted a question to Chief Flynn about whether Wisconsin’s concealed carry law contributes to the violence. Flynn said it does, saying because only convicted […]

  • Tilting weather vane removed from Milwaukee’s iconic North Point Tower

    MILWAUKEE — The weather vane atop Milwaukee’s iconic North Point Tower was temporarily removed from its place on Tuesday morning, June 27th. According to the Milwaukee Water Works website, the weather vane “took on a decided lean to the side” recently. Officials suspect a severe spring storm “exacerbated an existing but hidden deteriorated and weakened condition.” Project coordinators indicated the tilted weather vane posed a safety hazard to the public below the tower — so it was removed. Because the […]