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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
  • ‘This is a nightmare:’ City leaders express concern after 4-year-old left in van in tow lot

    MILWAUKEE — City of Milwaukee leaders said they’re alarmed after a 4-year-old girl was found in a city tow lot on Tuesday, Nov. 13. The van she was sleeping in was towed after the driver was arrested for operating while intoxicated. Officers took custody of the driver and a 10-month-old child in the van. The arrest happened around 12:30 a.m. on Tuesday near 39th and Forest Home. The 4-year-old girl was found around 8:30 a.m. — crying in the van. […]

  • ‘Felt really bad:’ Tow truck driver unknowingly drops van off at lot with 4-year-old inside

    MILWAUKEE — A 4-year-old girl survived a frigid night in a Milwaukee tow lot. The child was found crying and upset after eight hours alone. FOX6 News spoke with the tow truck driver, who unknowingly dropped the minivan off with a young passenger inside. “I felt really bad,” said Curtis Wykle, tow truck driver. Cars constantly move in and out of the city tow lot. Early Tuesday morning, Nov. 13 one came in on a flatbed with a 4-year-old girl […]

  • ‘Unfortunate situation:’ 4-year-old girl left in van for 8 hours after vehicle taken to tow lot

    MILWAUKEE — A 4-year-old girl was left in a minivan that was taken to the Milwaukee Department of Public Works Tow Lot, officials said Tuesday, Nov. 13. This, after the vehicle’s driver was stopped for allegedly operating while intoxicated. “This is something that none of us would like to have happen to any of our children,” said Jeff Polenske, City of Milwaukee DPW engineer. “As a father of three, this is something that — very upsetting to me personally and certainly upsetting […]

  • Southeast Wisconsin’s 1st snowfall gives a taste of winter: ‘Wasn’t expecting it to be this soon’

    MILWAUKEE — The first snowfall of the season accumulated on cars, lawns, trees, making for a pretty sight across southeast Wisconsin on Friday, Nov. 9. While it’s nice to look at, it’s just a taste of what’s to come. People FOX6 News talked with say it feels like summer was yesterday. “I wasn’t expecting it to be this soon,” said Cory Carrigan, R/C Automotive & Towing. Ready or not, employees with R/C Automotive & Towing were up before dawn ready […]

  • Vandals smash windows, break into dozens of vehicles at Oak Creek apartment complex

    OAK CREEK — The Oak Creek Police Department is investigating vehicle break-ins in five different buildings at the Springbrook Cercle (sic) Luxury Apartments complex on Thursday morning, Nov. 8. Police said thieves broke into upwards of 30 vehicles. From one car to the next, the scars from the string of overnight break-ins were visible in the underground parking garage on Thursday. “A lot of broken glass. A lot of car windows busted,” said Catherine Vento, victim. “We were going to work. We […]

  • Suspect shot by police in Menomonee Falls has felony convictions, warrant for arrest

    MENOMONEE FALLS — Menomonee Falls police shot a gas station theft suspect after a chase Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 6. The incident happened outside a church on Pilgrim Road, leaving the suspect with injuries not believed to be life-threatening. “They were here for hours,” said Regina Slinker, neighbor. SKYFOX captured the police presence outside the River of Life Church of God Tuesday afternoon. The scene wasn’t far from Slinker’s home. “Then I seen some officers run through my yard with rifles. […]

  • Bryan Steil wins Ryan’s seat in 1st Congressional District: ‘I promise to work tirelessly on your behalf’

    BURLINGTON — Democrats believed they finally had a shot at Paul Ryan’s 1st Congressional District seat since his decision against seeking re-election after 20 years in Washington. The party pinned its hopes on Racine ironworker Randy Bryce. Republicans countered with attorney Bryan Steil, a University of Wisconsin System regent who worked as a Ryan aide for a year in 2003. The Associated Press called the race for Steil around 9 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 6. “Tonight is a victory for taking a step forward […]

  • ‘Seeing where it takes us:’ Busy day on The Hop during 2nd full day of operation

    MILWAUKEE — If you’re in downtown Milwaukee, you may notice the city’s brand new streetcar operating. Saturday, Nov. 3 was the first full day of The Hop’s service in the city, and curiosity is keeping them packed with people. “It’s fun because it is slow, it’s nice, it gives you a good view,” said Drake Hrankicka, The Hop rider. Drake Hranicka celebrated the fresh perspective provided by Milwaukee’s brand new streetcar. “Scary and thrilling at the same time,” said Hranicka. […]

  • Milwaukee launches The Hop, connecting Lower East Side with Historic Third Ward

    MILWAUKEE — The City of Milwaukee launched on Friday, Nov. 2 The Hop — the new streetcar that connects the city’s Lower East Side with Historic Third Ward with many stops in between. “It’s time to hop on Milwaukee,” said Mayor Tom Barrett. “We are opening the next chapter in Milwaukee downtown.” The “Grand Hop-ening” celebration was centered around Cathedral Square Park and adjacent to The Hop’s eastbound and westbound platforms on Kilbourn Ave. It featured music and entertainment from local performers […]

  • Supporters join Walker on campaign trail in tied governor’s race: ‘He’s done a great job for us’

    WAUKESHA — Governor Scott Walker on Thursday, Nov. 1 kicked off his final statewide bus tour ahead of the Nov. 6 election in an effort to sway undecided voters, one day after the Marquette University Law School poll showed Walker tied with Democratic candidate for governor Tony Evers — both receiving 47 percent support. “From our standpoint, I’m asking for your vote,” said Walker. House Speaker Paul Ryan, Leah Vukmir, Republican candidate for U.S. Senate and Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Kleefisch joined […]

  • ‘It’s tragic:’ People of faith gather in Kenosha, show support for Pittsburgh synagogue victims

    KENOSHA — The shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue has prompted an outpouring of support from people around the world. In Kenosha, an interfaith gathering was held at St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church in Kenosha on Wednesday, Oct. 31 to honor the shooting victims and their families. “It brings a tear to your eyes. It’s tragic. It’s tragic that people are hateful and resort to violence,” said Matthew Buterbaugh of St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church. Eleven lives were taken after authorities say a […]

  • Oak Creek PD seeks help to ID 2 suspected of attaching skimming devices on ATM

    OAK CREEK — Oak Creek police need your help identifying two men suspected of attaching a skimming device on an ATM machine at a gas station. The skimming device, created to clone card information, was discovered at the Pilot Travel Center on Ryan Road on Saturday, Oct. 27. Oak Creek police said a store employee witnessed a suspicious person attaching an unknown device to the machine — and called authorities. Customers said they’re grateful that employee was paying attention — preventing anyone from […]