Aaron Maybin is a proud Milwaukee County native who covers breaking, feature and general assignment stories.
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 is a four-time Emmy nominated journalist, who has covered the COVID-19 pandemic, vaccine rollout and the protests in Southeast Wisconsin following the death of George Floyd.
He previously worked as a reporter and fill-in anchor at WCSC-TV "Live 5 News" 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. He also interviewed first lady Jill Biden.
Aaron is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists and served as secretary for the Wisconsin Black Media Association. He is involved in Marquette University’s mentor program and the Leukemia and Lymphoma society.
After nearly 80 years, the remains of U.S. Navy Seaman Second Class Arthur Ray Thinnes of Milwaukee were identified through DNA analysis.
A shooting during an attempted robbery on Milwaukee's north side was caught on camera. The victim is speaking out.
A man nearly killed by a reckless driver talked with FOX6News from his hospital bed about the crash that has changed his life.
Milwaukee Brewers fans are holding out hope that despite falling behind 2-1 in the National League Division Series, the team can find a way to get the bats going.
As the Brewers battle the Braves, fans are sharing their deep love for the team.
In a show in Milwaukee Friday, Oct. 8, Wisconsin Poet Laureate Dasha Kelly Hamilton plans to tackle race, equity, inclusion and more with a tasty conversation.
More than 60 years after they left, a group of Pius XI High School graduates and a former teacher walked the halls of their alma mater. It was an adventure that brought back cherished memories.
A judge refused to dismiss a weapons charge Tuesday against an Illinois man accused of shooting three people during a protest against police brutality in Wisconsin last year.
A Milwaukee 15-year-old shot in the head is sharing his story of survival and his new view on life.
A Milwaukee boy was shot in the head near Appleton and Congress, and his mother said he was not taken to the hospital right away.