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  • Bomb threat emailed to FOX6 News, officials determine it was not credible

    MILWAUKEE — An all-clear was given at the Federal Courthouse and Milwaukee County Jail after someone emailed a bomb threat to FOX6 News. FOX6 News spotted law enforcement downtown around 9:30 a.m. The Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office quickly determined there was no credible threat. Milwaukee police say they are looking for a suspect.

  • Green Bay Packers Twitter account appears to have been hacked

    GREEN BAY — The Twitter account for the Green Bay Packers appears to have been hacked. In addition to the accounts profile and cover pictures not being present, the most recent tweet on the team account says, “We are here to Show people that everything is hackable.” The Packers issued the following statement: “The Packers are currently working with the NFL and Twitter to address the situation.”  

  • Streaming TV breakdown

    Streaming video services like Netflix and Hulu are all the rage these days, especially for cord-cutters. Many people who still subscribe to cable also pay for at least one streaming service. But how do you know which ones provide the content you want, and how much do you have to pay to get it? Consumer Reports is here to cut through the confusion. With new services like Disney Plus and older favorites like Netflix, the world of streaming media is […]

  • State officials release names, addresses of 232K voters who may have moved

    MADISON — The Wisconsin Elections Commission announced on Monday, Jan. 27 that it is making public the “movers mailing list” containing names and addresses of more than 232,000 voters who may have moved in the past year. The Commission has directed staff to provide the list to anyone who has previously made a public records request for the list as well as to anyone else who makes a future request. The WEC had previously denied public records requests for the […]

  • State health agency responds to coronavirus outbreak, begins testing 5 people

    MADISON — The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) announced on Monday, Jan. 27 testing is in process for five people for the 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) in the state. Results are pending on these cases. Test results for an additional patient under investigation was negative. State Health Officer Jeanne Ayers issued the following statement in a news release: “DHS is actively monitoring this outbreak and working with our local, state, and federal partners to be able to respond quickly […]

  • Watertown Catholic schools closed Tuesday, Wednesday due to flu outbreak

    WATERTOWN — Two Watertown Catholic schools will be shut down on Tuesday, Jan. 28 and Wednesday, Jan. 29 due to the high number of confirmed cases of influenza A and B. They include: Watertown Catholic School – St. Henry Campus (300 E. Cady Street) Watertown Catholic School – St. Bernard Campus (111 S. Montgomery Street) A news release indicates as of Monday, 22 percent of the student body is not in attendance as a result of the illness. Officials say […]

  • Baseball fans, take note: Brewers’ Arctic Tailgate set for Saturday, Feb. 15

    MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee Brewers announced on Monday, Jan. 27 that this year’s Arctic Tailgate is set for Saturday, Feb. 15. It is the first opportunity for Brewers fans to buy single-game tickets for the 2020 regular season. Single-game tickets will be available for purchase at the Miller Park Box Office, online or by calling 414-902-4000 beginning at 9 a.m. on Feb. 15. But for Brewers fans brave enough to face the harsh Wisconsin winter weather, the party begins on Friday, […]

  • West Allis stabbing near 71st and Rogers

    $10,000 reward offered for information in stabbing death of Ryan Sorensen

    WEST ALLIS — The West Allis Police Department announced on Monday, Jan. 27 a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person(s) responsible for the fatal stabbing of Ryan Sorensen of Onalaska. Sorensen was killed on Sept. 15 near 71st Street and Rogers Street — while walking in the area with friends. Officials said he was approached by two individuals on bicycles, and one of those individuals stabbed Sorensen during an altercation. The offenders were […]

  • Fiserv Forum glows purple and gold in honor of NBA legend Kobe Bryant

    MILWAUKEE — As the country tries to come to terms with the crash that claimed the life of basketball superstar Kobe Bryant, fans and cities across the country have begun paying tribute to the NBA legend. In Milwaukee, the Fiserv Forum honored the NBA legend with purple and gold exterior lights. Nine people died in the helicopter crash that killed basketball legend Kobe Bryant — including his daughter, Gianna, and her basketball teammate. The group was flying to Thousand Oaks, California, Sunday for […]

  • Hit-and-run near 35th and Wright

    Police: Striking driver, vehicle located after bicyclist killed in hit-and-run near 35th and Wright

    MILWAUKEE — A 39-year-old Milwaukee man died after being hit by a car early Sunday morning, Jan. 26. Late Sunday, police announced the vehicle and striking driver were located after asking the public for information leading to that person’s whereabouts. The crash happened near 35th Street and Meinecke Avenue around 1:30 a.m. Police said the man was hit while on a bicycle and the driver fled the scene. First-responders attempted life-saving measures, but the victim died as a result of […]

  • Charges dismissed against Deajai Hodges, who had been accused in fatal freeway shooting

    MILWAUKEE — A Milwaukee County judge dismissed the charges against Deajai Hodges in connection with a fatal shooting incident that unfolded near I-41 and Hampton Avenue in May 2018. Hodges originally faced a felony charge of first-degree reckless homicide, as a party to a crime, use of a dangerous weapon in the case. But on Monday, Jan. 27, the prosecution offered a motion to dismiss the case without prejudice. That motion was granted by the court. Online court records did […]

  • Photo gallery: View & submit beautiful weather pictures in 2020

    MILWAUKEE — Every single day, we hear from FOX6 News viewers who say they have a beautiful photo they would like to share on-air and online. Here is your chance to do so. Submit your snapshot by clicking the SUBMIT YOUR PHOTO button just below.

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