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  • CAST YOUR VOTE for this week’s Play of the Week

    MILWAUKEE — The FOX6 Sports Blitz invites you to cast a vote for the Play of the Week. From the Packers to the Brewers, the Bucks to the Badgers… There are great feats of athleticism just about every day in Wisconsin. We want you to help us decide which was the most dramatic, the most incredible, the most jaw-dropping play you’ve seen this week. CAST YOUR VOTE in the poll below.

  • May 26, 2019

    Look who is turning six years old Sunday, May 26, 2019.  

  • ‘A champion on and off the field:’ Reaction pours in after Bart Starr’s passing at 85

    MILWAUKEE — Bart Starr was an ordinary quarterback until teaming with Vince Lombardi and serving as the catalyst for the powerhouse Green Bay Packers teams that ruled the 1960s and ushered in the NFL as America’s most popular sport. The quarterback’s graceful throws helped turn a run-heavy league into a passing spectacle, yet it’s a run for which he’s most famous: the sneak that won the famed “Ice Bowl” in 1967. Starr died Sunday at age 85 in Birmingham, Alabama, […]

  • Dad pleads guilty after his 1-year-old daughter died from eating his drugs

    CINCINNATI, Ohio  — A 40-year-old father has admitted to charges that his 1-year-old daughter died from eating his drugs in their Colerain Township home. Prosecutors said Reagan Worthington died from swallowing fentanyl in January while adding that police also recovered heroin and meth that her father, Anthony Worthington, sold out of their home. Worthington pleaded guilty Friday to involuntary manslaughter, aggravated trafficking, child endangering and evidence tampering. After first responders found the girl unresponsive and not breathing on Jan. 4, […]

  • May 26

    I.D. Delafield Wisconsin Memorial Park Click It or Ticket    

  • Pictures: View & submit beautiful weather pictures in 2019

    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.

  • 8th annual ‘Heal the Hood’ block party prevents violence, tackles safety

    MILWAUKEE — An effort to stop inner-city violence by bringing everyone together was held on Saturday, May 25. The “Heal the Hood” block party brought smiles to the streets of 10th and Atkinson. Live music, food, and beautiful weather made for a fun time. PHOTO GALLERY Local entrepreneurs sold their products while community groups connected with people teaching them about safety and health care. “This is important because again we’re right in the community where access is a huge barrier […]

  • Scott Spiker announces candidacy for 13th District alderman

    MILWAUKEE — Scott Spiker announced Saturday, May 25, his candidacy for Milwaukee’s 13th District alderman. The announcement comes just days after Terry Witkowski shared plans to resign by the end of the month. Spiker is running on a platform of keeping streets safe and pothole free, making sure investments downtown does not come at the cost of neighborhoods, and being a good steward of taxpayer’s dollars. He has served as Witkowski’s legislative aide since 2015. Read Spiker’s full announcement below: […]

  • ‘Let it go’ with A Royal Sing-Along’s talented teenagers

    MILWAUKEE — It may be getting warmer outside, but the Fox6 WakeUp studios were “frozen” on Saturday, May 25. Students from Johnston Voice Studio stopped by to show off their impressive pipes with a medley of tracks from Disney’s hit film, Frozen. Elsa and Anna would be very proud! The young singers were previewing “A Royal Sing-Along,” an event scheduled for Saturday, June 1. The free event invites guests to sing along to their favorite songs, do a fun craft, […]

  • May 25, 2019

    Look who is turning six years old Saturday, May 25, 2019.

  • May 25

    Heal the Hood Victory Garden Initiative Gathering of Warbirds A Royal Sing Along — Johnson Voice Studio

  • ‘He should stay locked up forever:’ Jake Patterson sentenced to life in prison without parole

    BARRON, Wis. — Jake Patterson was sentenced on Friday, May 24 to life in prison without the chance for parole. This, for kidnapping Jayme Closs and killing both of her parents. Patterson entered a guilty plea in March to kidnapping 13-year-old Closs from her home and murdering her parents, James and Denise, in October 2018. The judge hearing the case had this to say prior to sentencing, “You are an extreme danger to the public in general. There is no […]

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