A Milwaukee ride-share driver is accused of sexually assaulting a woman he picked up from a bar and drove to a Franklin motel in December.
Two years ago, Franklin boys swim and dive coach, Lindsey Gerszewski, met Tyler in her swimming class at Riverside High School, where she also teaches. The chance encounter changed everything.
Health care workers with Ascension Wisconsin joined a growing list of medical professionals to receive COVID-19 vaccines across the state.
Blend Coffee and Cocktails officially opens this week at the Ballpark Commons in Franklin, WI.
FOX6 News got an exclusive look at a new facility that looks to handle the case surge.
Just a game away from a possible state championship, the Franklin Sabers were forced to forfeit a game against Oak Creek due to COVID-19 precautions.
Just a game away from a possible state championship, the Franklin Sabers were forced to forfeit a game against Oak Creek due to coronavirus precautions.
The teachers filed a grievance with the district over COVID-19 safety practices inside schools. The union says a meeting between teachers and the district has yet to happen.
Edward Matarrese, 86, has not been seen or heard from since 7 p.m. Sunday when he visited his son's house in Franklin.
The proposed slaughterhouse expansion in the City of Franklin will not move forward.
Opposition from Milwaukee Alderman Khalif Rainey and protests from neighbors led Strauss to withdraw a proposal to move to Milwaukee's Century City last October.
For those who woke up to the news on Friday morning, the significant changes for public school students would come in less than 72 hours.
The decision came following a school board meeting, the district citing a "critical" COVID-19 disease burden in the area according to a Medical College of Wisconsin update.
The Winter Wonders drive-through holiday lights spectacular is back at Boerner Botanical Arboretum and Whitnall Park.
After a lot of hard work, a new Cuban café has opened in the City of Franklin.
The Franklin Police Department is urging residents of that city to lock their vehicles and garage doors.
Three mobile homes were affected by the fire.
At this time, all tickets have been reserved, and no public tickets are available.
Abby Swajanen, 23, was sentenced to serve probation after stealing a man's truck, leading police on a high-speed pursuit and injuring two people.