Six-year-old Alisa Gee, her 4-year-old sister Amea and cousin Drevyze Rayford were walking home, crossing the street with the light when they were hit.
For 48 hours, the Street Angels are living outdoors to raise awareness. Outreach workers say they are seeing an increase in the number of people who are out on the streets.
Off the court and on to civic duties, Milwaukee Bucks guard George Hill teamed up with Common Ground to educate on National Early Voting Day.
It was President Trump's fifth trip to the Badger State since August -- and second in as many Saturdays.
More than 1.9 million people have been tested for COVID-19 in Wisconsin, of which more than 1.7 million have tested negative.
Prosecutors say she attacked a Walmart employee with a knife before leaving and robbing a victim at a nearby ATM.
The victim, a 26-year-old Milwaukee man, sustained non-life-threatening injuries and walked into a hospital for treatment.
Interstate 94 westbound has been closed at 25th Street due to a wrong-way driver crash.
The pumpkins were donated by several organizations -- including the Historic King Drive Business Improvement District -- hoping a little thing like carving pumpkins can provide a little joy.
Police say both male victims were inside of a vehicle when they were shot multiple times.
More information on the Milwaukee Health Department's COVID-19 guidelines and plans can be found on the department's website.
Plans are being reviewed in the order they are received and may take several days to receive approval, the health department said.
Officials will reassess the progress next week, Oct. 30.
The Wauwatosa Fire Department has closed Glenview Avenue between Wisconsin Avenue and Bluemound due to a gas leak.
Gov. Evers’ administration issued an emergency order on Oct. 6 limiting the size of indoor public gatherings to 25% of a building or room’s capacity or 10 people in places without an occupancy limit until Nov. 15.
Attorney Kimberley Motley says she believes several people were attacked, ticketed and targeted by Tosa police while curfews were in effect.
While several factors are at play, the surgeon general said one of Wisconsinites' best qualities -- valuing togetherness -- is also hurting residents when it comes to the coronavirus.
The mayor said warnings will no longer be issued for violating businesses; instead, they'll be ticketed.
The proposal will go before a Common Council committee on Monday, Oct. 26.
More than 1.7 million people have tested negative. More than 1.9 million have been tested.