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  • 2 suffer significant injuries in rollover crash at 27th and Teutonia, driver arrested

    MILWAUKEE — Two people were hurt in a rollover crash at 27th and Teutonia in Milwaukee Wednesday night, Feb. 21. It happened around 8:10 p.m. Police say the driver of the striking vehicle fled on foot after the crash — but was later arrested at the scene. Two occupants suffered significant injuries and were transported by MFD to a local hospital. Both occupants are in stable condition. The cause of the crash is under investigation.

  • Officer suffers minor injuries in hit-and-run near 14th and Atkinson

    MILWAUKEE — A Milwaukee police officer suffered minor injuries in a hit-and-run crash Wednesday night, Feb. 21. It happened near 14th and Atkinson. Police say the officer was outside of his squad at the time of the incident. He has been released from the hospital and is recovering at home. Police said no suspects are in custody. The striking vehicle is described as a black, four-door Cadillac.

  • Company contracted for inmate health services at Milwaukee County Jail faces charges

    MILWAUKEE — The company that has the contract for inmate health services at the Milwaukee County Jail now faces some serious accusations involving inmates, including Terrill Thomas who died at the jail. Armor Correctional Health faces seven misdemeanor counts of “intentionally falsifying health care record.” The criminal complaint against Armor Correctional Health is based on multiple factors including: Review of transcripts and exhibits from the inquest into the death of Terrill Thomas City of Milwaukee police reports Milwaukee County Sheriff’s […]

  • Christopher Ward charged in death of 14-year-old girl; ‘admitted to becoming frustrated,’ striking her

    MILWAUKEE — Horrific allegations have come to light in the death of a 14-year-old girl. Jada Wright’s caretaker, Christopher Ward, 18, of Milwaukee, is facing one count of second degree reckless homicide in connection with her death. Wright had cerebral palsy, was non-verbal and was wheelchair-bound. She died early on Feb. 15, days after her 14th birthday, from injuries she suffered at a home near the Northridge Lakes area in Milwaukee. According to the criminal complaint, the Milwaukee Fire Department was […]

  • ‘We’re proud of this renaissance:’ Milwaukee leaders announce bid for DNC in summer 2020

    MILWAUKEE – A coalition of community leaders and elected officials announced on Wednesday, Feb. 21 the City of Milwaukee’s intention to bid for the 2020 Democratic National Convention. While the event is only four days long, the work to put on the convention takes years of planning and hundreds of workers and thousands of vendors. “We are in the midst of an economic renaissance in the heart of this city that is virtually unprecedented,” said Mayor Tom Barrett. “We’re proud […]

  • Milwaukee Co. sheriff’s deputies stop 29-year-old man from jumping off Hoan Bridge

    MILWAUKEE — Deputies with the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office stopped a man from jumping of the Hoan Bridge on Wednesday morning, February 21st. Officials say around 2:20 a.m., deputies saw a man standing on the outside edge of the bridge. They tried talking to the man, stepping closer as they spoke. Authorities say the man began leaning backwards over the edge of the bridge and the deputies quickly grabbed onto him and brought him to safety. The sheriff’s office says […]

  • Play ball! A fresh look for Brewers’ spring training home, Maryvale Baseball Park

    MARYVALE, Arizona — The Milwaukee Brewers released on Wednesday, Feb. 21 renderings of the renovation project for Maryvale Baseball Park in Phoenix. In November of 2017, the Phoenix City Council voted in favor of a plan to renovate Maryvale Baseball Park, which has served as the Spring Training home of the Milwaukee Brewers since 1998. The plan keeps the Club in Maryvale through at least the year 2042, the second-longest commitment in the Cactus League. Construction is scheduled to begin in […]

  • Alert: Milwaukee gas station shut down for selling fuel mixed with water

    MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee Alderman Russell Stamper issued a news release on Wednesday, Feb. 21 alerting the public about the shutdown of a gas station that was selling gas mixed with water. The station in question is located at 23rd and Fond du Lac Ave. The release indicates state officials received a consumer complaint on Tuesday morning — and sent a state inspector to the gas station around noon. After conducting tests, it was concluded the tanks at the station had water in […]

  • Greendale gives ‘green light’ to redevelopment of Sears store at Southridge Mall

    GREENDALE — The Greendale Village Board has approved the special use permit for the redevelopment of the Sears store at Southridge Mall. The store will be turned into a Dick’s Sporting Goods and Round 1 Bowling and Amusement Complex. Officials say both tenants hope to be open before the end of the year and the developers are working to fill the remainder of the space available. Dick’s Sporting Goods will occupy 66,000 square feet of the lower level of the building. Round 1 […]

  • Pictures: View and submit pictures of flooding in your neighborhood

    MILWAUKEE — Southeast Wisconsin got hit hard with heavy rain starting on Monday, Feb. 19. It’s expected to stay wet until at least Tuesday evening. View and submit pictures of the flooding in your neighborhood by clicking the SUBMIT YOUR PHOTO button below the gallery. PHOTO GALLERY

  • Manitowoc County officials investigating after vehicles entered, property stolen in Cleveland area

    MANITOWOC COUNTY — Manitowoc County officials are investigating after items were stolen from several vehicles in the southern part of the county Tuesday evening, February 21st. According to the Manitowoc County Sheriff’s Office, the thefts occurred in the Cleveland area. Officials have identified persons of interest related to the thefts. Deputies are requesting any additional witnesses or victims to contact the Sheriff’s office by calling 920-683-4201. The sheriff’s office is recommending residents to keep their vehicles locked as a precautionary […]

  • Police: 52-year-old man fatally shot near 6th & Vienna in Milwaukee

    MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police have identified the victim of a fatal shooting on Tuesday evening, Feb. 20. He is 52-year-old Gregory Holloway. Officials say Holloway was shot during an altercation that appears to be drug related. It happened on N. 6th St. just south of Vienna around 10:15 p.m. MPD continues to seek suspect(s) in this case.