Aaron Maybin joined the FOX6 News team in 2018.

Aaron was born in Racine and grew up in Oak Creek. He graduated from Oak Creek High School before earning a B.A. in journalism from Marquette University.

Aaron comes to FOX6 News from WCSC-TV in Charleston, South Carolina. While in the Lowcountry, he followed major stories, including the federal trial of Emanuel AME Church shooter Dylann Roof, Hurricanes Irma and Matthew and South Carolina’s “1000-year” flood. In 2017, he was nominated for an EMMY award for his breaking news coverage after a deputy was shot in the line of duty.

Aaron is a member of Big Brothers Big Sisters and the National Association of Black Journalists.

Recent Articles
  • 23-year-old Milwaukee mother killed, caught in the crossfire: ‘It’s getting out of control’

    MILWAUKEE — A young mother is shot and killed on Thursday, Sept. 19 while she was driving near 5th and Center in Milwaukee. Witnesses say she was an innocent bystander. A cousin of the 23-year-old female victim tells FOX6 News the woman was headed to a family member’s house near 5th and Center. “Milwaukee needs to stop. It’s getting out of control,” said Bethsheba Frazier. Frazier lives near the scene that was saturated by officers Thursday evening. “All these killings, […]

  • Cherron Miller, Darnell Kimble

    ‘Didn’t know she was in a bad relationship:’ Prosecutors say mother of 4 killed during argument

    MILWAUKEE — Charges were filed Wednesday, Sept. 18 and an arrest warrant was issued for Darnell Kimble, 29, wanted in connection with the fatal shooting of Cherron Miller, 31, which happened Sept. 12 near 52nd and Locust. Prosecutors said Kimble’s mother told investigators her son shot Miller, a mother of four, following an argument after she came over to retrieve belongings. Family members said Miller was a domestic violence victim who was attempting to leave an unhealthy relationship. “I don’t […]

  • Jonathan Wiemer

    ‘Scary night:’ Charges filed against man accused of fleeing police, crashing into West Allis living room

    WEST ALLIS — Charges were filed Saturday, Sept. 14 against a Milwaukee man accused of leading West Allis police on a pursuit. It didn’t last long, as the vehicle ended up in a West Allis woman’s living room. Police attempted to stop the vehicle after the driver ran a red light on Tuesday, Sept. 10. Police said the driver sped off, lost control, and the vehicle struck a home. “It was a really scary night,” said Jane Kieliszewski, who lives […]

  • ‘It was terrifying:’ Man killed, female Plymouth police officer hurt in crash in Town of Lyndon

    TOWN OF LYNDON — A 77-year-old man was killed and a 35-year-old female Plymouth police officer injured after a two-vehicle crash at the intersection of WIS 57 and County Road N in the Town of Lyndon on Monday afternoon, Sept. 16. “Very sad,” said Jessica Rammer. “Definitely offer our condolences to that family.” Sheriff’s officials said the wreck happened shortly after 3 p.m. A preliminary investigation revealed the man was traveling south on WIS 57 and turned east on County […]

  • Jodi Kleibel

    ‘She loved her job:’ Family of late teacher who battled leukemia collects backpacks for kids in need

    THIENSVILLE — A longtime West Bend teacher died after a battle with leukemia, but in her death, she’s continued to change lives and promote a solid education. There was a celebration of life event honoring Jodi Kleibel at The Watermark at Shully’s on Green Bay Road near Elm Street in Thiensville Sunday, Sept. 15. Hundreds came out to say goodbye, and also, to help keep Kleibel’s legacy alive. For nearly three decades, Kleibel was a force in her kindergarten classroom. […]

  • Milwaukee man accused of stealing car from man with cerebral palsy, crashing it

    MILWAUKEE — A man with cerebral palsy was carjacked on the city’s south side. Authorities say the suspected car thief eventually crashed and ditched the vehicle. “I feel worried. Like when you go outside there is danger,” said Naser Asad, store owner. The carjacking happened outside Naser Asad’s store, near 25th and Greenfield, on Saturday, Sept. 7. Prosecutors say Ashley Mitchell approached a man and asked for a ride. When the victim said he couldn’t help, officials say Mitchell then […]

  • Village of Rochester break-ins

    ‘Came into our garage:’ 8 burglaries reported in the Village of Rochester in Racine County Tuesday morning

    RACINE COUNTY — Bandits burglarized eight homes in a subdivision in the Village of Rochester in Racine County early Tuesday, Sept. 10 — stealing vehicles and other valuables. Officials with the Racine County Sheriff’s Office said beginning shortly after 3 a.m., deputies responded to numerous complaints of burglaries, stolen vehicles, and thefts from vehicles. Sheriff’s officials said a preliminary investigation revealed the burglar(s) accessed unlocked vehicles and then used garage door openers found inside those vehicles to access garages. Two vehicles […]

  • Iraida Pizarro-Osorio

    Milwaukee mom charged with neglect of teenage son, weighed just 42 pounds at time of death

    MILWAUKEE — A 32-year-old Milwaukee woman is a felony charge of chronic neglect of a child — after the medical examiner determined her 16-year-old son died from severe malnutrition. The accused is Iraida Pizarro-Osorio. According to the criminal complaint, Pizarro-Osorio, 32, brought her son to the Sixteenth Street Health Center on Sept. 4. He was “unresponsive, had a faint pulse, and appeared extremely emaciated,” the complaint says. Despite efforts by clinic personnel and Milwaukee first responders, the child died at […]

  • Demetrius Holmes

    ‘4 guys came out of the gangway:’ Milwaukee tattoo artist gunned down near 28th and Wright

    MILWAUKEE — A well-respected tattoo artist was shot and killed while at a barbecue near 28th and Wright on Saturday, Sept. 7. A vigil was held in honor of Demetrius Holmes, 24, on Sunday. People lined the sidewalk to tell stories about how Holmes impacted their lives before he lost his. “You have a pencil in front of him, and he’s picking up and drawing,” said Howard Harris, Holmes’ father. “Just his presence and his smile would help me smile […]

  • Jarvel Goodman

    Officials: 911 call for garage fire came from phone of 17-year-old charged with setting it

    MILWAUKEE — A 17-year-old from Milwaukee stands accused of setting a garage on fire, and prosecutors said the 911 call regarding the incident came from the young man’s own phone. The fire happened near 25th and Ohio on Monday, Sept. 2. Jarvel Goodman faces one count of arson of a building. According to a criminal complaint, police were called out around 8:15 p.m. after the 911 call came in, with the caller indicating he saw someone pouring gasoline on a […]

  • Man said he was high, dozed off after break-in caught on camera

    ‘Didn’t know where I was:’ Man said he was high, dozed off after break-in caught on camera

    GREENFIELD — Technology thwarted a burglary at a home on S. 33rd Street just south of Morgan in Greenfield. Surveillance cameras captured the man breaking in, as the homeowner watched on his phone. The man, 33, from Milwaukee, told officers he was sleeping at the home. By Wednesday night, Sept. 4, he’d found a bed at the Milwaukee County Jail, after police quickly responded to the homeowner’s call Wednesday morning. “You have to be kind of crazy to do something […]

  • Tracey Smith

    Milwaukee mother who was a WI DOC sergeant was shot, killed in front of her son

    MILWAUKEE — A Milwaukee mother was killed in a road rage shooting Friday, Aug. 30 near 51st and Capitol Drive. Family members said she was teaching her son how to drive. Family members said Tracey Smith was a phenomenal mother. On Friday, she went out driving with her son, teaching him the rules of the road. There was a fender bender, and the driver of the other vehicle opened fire. Smith never came home. JoAnne Luckett said her daughter’s smile […]

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