Mitchell International Airport plow accident; driver suffers minor injuries

Officials with Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport say an airport plow truck was involved in an accident Tuesday, Feb. 22 – and came to rest on its side along a taxiway near Concourse E. The employee driving the truck received minor injuries.

A news release says there was no impact to airport operations as a result of this incident. Flights are continuing to land and take off at the airport. 

Mitchell International Airport remains open during the winter storm, officials said. Crews are doing everything they can to keep the runways treated and open for airline traffic. 

SIGN UP TODAY: Get daily headlines, breaking news emails from FOX6 News

Passengers are reminded to check with their airline for the latest flight status before coming to the airport. 

Wintry mix continues; icy road conditions for morning commute

Overnight freezing rain created icy road conditions Tuesday, Feb. 22 in southeast Wisconsin. Freezing drizzle is ongoing.

Milwaukee services, organizations canceled or closed Tuesday

Due to winter weather conditions a handful of services and organizations are closed on Tuesday, Feb. 22.

Crash in Grafton: Semi, car collide on I-43 off-ramp

One person was transported to the hospital Tuesday morning, Feb. 22 following a crash involving a car and a semi in Grafton. I