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  • Washington County: 55-year-old man suffers injuries from flying glass after turkey hits windshield

    WASHINGTON COUNTY — A 55-year-old man suffered minor injuries after a turkey struck the windshield of his vehicle in the 3000 block of Highway Q in Washington County. The Washington County Sheriff’s Office says the turkey was attempting to take flight from the ditch area when it hit the windshield. PHOTO GALLERY The 55-year-old Village of Richfield man sustained injuries after being cut by flying glass as the turkey caused pretty significant damage to the windshield. No other details were released.

  • Update: Glendale police take Red Bull thief into custody

    GLENDALE — Police say a thief who stole $650 worth of Red Bull from the Pick ‘N Save on Silver Spring Road in Glendale, has been taken into custody. Glendale Police Department thanked FOX6 for sharing the Red Bull theft story to help spread the word. Surveillance cameras captured a man pushing a grocery cart out of the store with what Glendale police say were hundreds of cans of Red Bull. The crime is one of several this month at Pick ‘N Save locations […]

  • Milwaukee police: Man shot near 28th and Meinecke, dies at hospital

    MILWAUKEE — A 28-year-old man was shot near 28th and Meinecke on Saturday afternoon, April 22nd. He later died at a hospital. Officers were dispatched to the scene shortly before 2:30 p.m. Saturday. They say the victim was shot by a suspect in a passing car. The victim has been identified as Jermaine Crittenden. Milwaukee police are seeking a motive and searching for suspect(s). Monitor FOX6 News and FOX6Now.com for updates on this developing story.

  • Drug counselor answers your questions, offers advice related to drug addiction

    MILWAUKEE — Are you or is someone you know struggling with addiction? FOX6’s Stephanie Grady and Substance Abuse Therapist Ken Hartenstein with Rogers Memorial Hospital took viewer questions during a special Facebook Live session Sunday night.

  • FOX6 investigates why one group is giving heroin addicts needles for free

    MILWAUKEE — As heroin abuse rises, so does the use of contaminated tools. So why is one group giving addicts the tools they need for free? “Dose of Reality: Along for the Ride” — it’s a FOX6 Investigation, Thursday on FOX6 News at 9.  

  • Man dies after being struck by vehicle near Sherman and Douglas

    MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee County medical examiner reported early Saturday that a 29-year-old man, now identified as Franklin Mills, died after being struck by a vehicle near Sherman Boulevard and Douglas Avenue on Friday night, April 21st. MCMEO: 29 y.o. male pedestrian struck last night near Sherman & Douglas died at an area hospital. Autopsy Monday. — Medical Examiner (@mkemedexamine) April 22, 2017 The call to police came in shortly before 9:00 p.m. According to the Milwaukee Fire Department, Mills was […]

  • 22nd Annual Spring River Cleanup: Volunteers grab trash bags and get to work

    MILWAUKEE — Thousands of volunteers came together to clean up the Milwaukee River on Saturday, April 22nd. It was all part of the 22nd annual Spring River Cleanup. Milwaukee Riverkeeper hosted the event which took place at more than 50 locations along the Milwaukee River. Volunteers were given gloves, trash bags and free T-shirts in exchange for the motivation to go pick up trash. PHOTO GALLERY Organizers hope the event motivates others to care about the river. “A lot of that […]

  • From Basketball to Big Business: Magic Johnson holds seminar in Milwaukee

    MILWAUKEE — Basketball legend and business mogul, Magic Johnson, visited Milwaukee for a seminar on Saturday, April 22nd. The free “From Basketball to Business” event was held at the Destiny Youth Plaza on the city’s north side. Johnson shared his story from starting in basketball to becoming the co-owner of the Los Angeles Dodgers MLB team. PHOTO GALLERY His company, “Magic Johnson Enterprises” works to support ethnic diversity and under-served urban communities. “That’s good for not only the players they […]

  • All clear: Lanes reopen on I-94 EB near County O/Moorland Road following crash

    MILWAUKEE — The Wisconsin Department of Transportation tells FOX6 News the two right eastbound lanes of I-94 at County O/Moorland Road in Waukesha County, have reopened following a crash Saturday evening, April 22nd. Drivers experienced some backups due to the crash. Monitor FOX6 News and FOX6Now.com for updates.

  • “The Movement:” FOX6 to air film that sheds light on disabilities in America

    FOX6 will be airing a movie that sheds light on disabilities in America and the resources available to those living with disabilities. Technical Assistance Coordinator Peter Berg shares more on the message of the movie, “The Movement,” and how people can take advantage of local services. CLICK HERE to learn more about Make a Hero and “The Movement.” “The Movement” airs on Saturday, April 22nd.

  • Milwaukee Bucks pep rally pumps up fans for Game 4

    MILWAUKEE — Can the Bucks continue their winning ways? That is the question on every fans mind as the team gets ready for Game 4 on Saturday, April 22nd. FOX6’s Evan Peterson was downtown at the BMO Harris Bradley Center with how the preparations are coming along.

  • Overnight: Milwaukee police investigate 3 separate shooting incidents

    MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police are investigating three separate shooting incidents that happened early Saturday, April 22nd. Officers were called to the neighborhood near 14th and Burleigh around 12:30 a.m. It appears a car was hit by gunfire around 12:30 a.m. The windows are broken and the car is clearly damaged. Around 2:00 a.m., officers were dispatched to the area of 72nd and Brown Deer for another shooting incident. Officials say one person was taken to the hospital. There is no word […]