The U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force is asking FOX6 News viewers for information on Qualin Turner. There are four active warrants for his arrest.
Milwaukee shootings wounded more than a dozen downtown Friday night, May 13. A week later, FOX6 News talked to people on Water Street.
The Wisconsin DOJ's Division of Criminal Investigation is investigating a fatal officer-involved shooting near 12th and Center in Racine on Friday, May 20.
A Milwaukee Brewers pitcher showed off some skills away from the mound on Friday, May 20.
Summerset Marine Construction in Eagle is still standing but heavily damaged after a five-alarm fire and explosions Thursday.
Police are investigating a shots fired incident that happened around 12:20 p.m. near 61st and Morgan on the city's southwest side.
A 32-year-old Milwaukee man was shot and wounded near 13th and Windlake Avenue on the city's south side on Friday afternoon, May 20.
A Greenfield woman, 50, was found dead in a home on West Maple Leaf Circle, and she was the victim of a domestic violence homicide, according to police. Her husband was arrested.
The Milwaukee Health Department on Friday, May 20 issued a city mask advisory in accordance with the CDC's recommendations.
Milwaukee Health Commissioner Kirsten Johnson speaks with the media about the new mask advisory for the city. It was put in place after the county moved into the CDC’s "high" level of COVID-19 community spread on Thursday.
The Milwaukee Police Department announced it has received multiple electronic media files related to last Friday's shooting incidents in the downtown area.
The Menomonee Falls Police Department is asking for the public's help to identify a pair of suspects accused of stealing from the Ulta Beauty on Falls Parkway.
Marquette University announced on Friday, May 20 it has sold an 11-acre parcel of land it purchased in 2014 and 2015 – and the land will be developed into a sports and entertainment district.
Molly Snyder, with OnMilwaukee.com, shares some of the best spots to catch live music this summer.
Brian is at the Kenosha Incubator Community Kitchen learning more about K.I.C.K. and what delicious products are coming out of it.
Gino Salomone joins Real Milwaukee with the scoop.
Brian Kramp is at K.I.C.K. the Kenosha Incubator Community Kitchen learning more about their mission and how the community is rallying behind the chefs that rent it out.
A judge in Brown County has ruled a woman accused of killing and dismembering a man in Green Bay is competent to stand trial.
A unanimous Wisconsin Supreme Court on Friday broadened who can legally carry concealed weapons in the state.
Otis Green – one of the men facing charges in connection to the shootings in the city’s busy nightlife district last week that injured a total of 21 people, will appear in court Friday, May 20 for a bail hearing.