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West Bend Police: Man dies from medical condition, crashes car into utility pole
By:Stephanie StaudingerWEST BEND, Wis. (CBS 58) -- The West Bend Police are currently investigating the death of a 72-year-old man.Police were called to the intersection of South Main Street and Butternut Street for a report of a traffic collision.The investigation revealed that the man was driving
A Milwaukee woman who set her 4-year-old son on fire and left him to die is found insane
Earlier in the day that she burned her 4-year-old son alive, Amelia Distasio Googled "how to kill a cannibal." The advice, given in the context of a video gamers' discussion, described using fire and oil to do the job. Days after she'd been arrested, Distasio, 24, told a psychologist that she believ
Suspect dead following officer-involved shooting in Elkhorn
ELKHORN -- The investigation is beginning into why a man was driving recklessly and would not stop for Walworth County deputies Thursday night, Oct. 18. One deputy ended up shooting and killing the reckless driver when officials say the vehicle started driving directly at the officer. According to W
15 Things To Do This Weekend: Oct. 18-21
Spend time with friends and family carving pumpkins, eating local food and embracing the spirit of Halloween at the Bay View Pumpkin Pavilion. The festival will go fromThursday, October 18, to Saturday, October 20.
Pair charged in wild chase and crash on 128th Refueling Wing air base at Mitchell airport
Lucas Zynel, 16, of Dousman, and Symmian Phillips, 17, of Milwaukee, and a third suspect, a 14-year-old, went tearing around the base, home of 128th Air Refueling Wing, on Sunday afternoon in a Nissan SUV stolen a short time earlier from St. Francis, according to the criminal complaint.
Forman Mills opens first Wisconsin store at Midtown Center | BizTimes Media Milwaukee
Alderman Cavalier Johnson, who represents the district where the Forman Mills store is located, said it will be a great addition to the neighborhood.
George Webb estimates it gave away about 100,000 free burgers
100,000 burgers are nothing to scoff at, but the last time the Brewers won 12 in a row in 1987, George Webb served nearly 170,000 hamburgers.
Bucks' Sterling Brown cited for speeding, expired tags in Racine County
RACINE COUNTY -- Milwaukee Bucks forward Sterling Brown was cited last month for speeding and driving a vehicle with expired license plate tags.Case details show Brown was pulled over in Racine County on September 9th by a Racine County Sheriff's deputy. Records show Brown was driving a 2011 Aston-M
Suspect dies after being shot by MPD near 101st and Bender
Alonzo Smith MILWAUKEE - The suspect involved in an officer-involved shooting with Milwaukee police has died. The shooting happened on Wednesday morning, Oct. 10 near 101st and Bender. Alonzo Smith's family said the 31-year-old suffered gunshot wounds to his head, chest and arm during a confrontatio
Woman, 62, Died In 4-Vehicle Crash On I-43: Report
According to the Waukesha County Sheriff's office, first-responders arrived on the scene on I-43 just after 2 p.m. Wednesday. When they arrived, first-responders reported seeing four vehicles that had been involved in a crash.
23-year-old Brown Deer man arrested after police find baby sleeping next to drugs
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- Brown Deer Police responded to a possible domestic violence incident where they discovered a baby in an unsafe situation. Around 4:30 p.m. Thursday, October 18 police were called by a 21-year-old woman near Dean and Meadowside who said that her 23-year-old boyfriend threatened
Gunman shot by Milwaukee police during Oct. 10th confrontation dies
The man, identified by police Friday as Alonzo L. Smith, died Wednesday, according to the office.
Milwaukee man gets maximum sentence for shooting and killing 6-year-old in 2017
Judge David Borowski called Anderson a "monster" and "menace to society" and gave him the maximum sentence, "This defendant was a ticking time bomb. His record of continual involvement with illegal weapons, misuse of weapons, carrying concealed weapons, gun charges, disorderly conduct while armed, d
Germantown police called after four kids caught standing on top of Pizza Hut's roof
Police responded after passersby reported seeing four people on the roof of the Pizza Hut, N112 W15800 Mequon Road, Germantown, at about 4:42 p.m. Oct. 12.
'Eye-opening experience:' West Bend man nearly killed by flu encourages others to get vaccinated
Josh Petty WEST BEND -- A West Bend man is on a slow road to recovery after he was nearly killed by the flu last season. Josh Petty spent days clinging to life after contracting the virus in February. This year has been a challenge for Petty in countless ways, but he's taking his pain and turning it
Sheriff’s officials identify 18-year-old man fatally shot in Town of Lisbon
Sheriff’s officials said deputies responded and found McGuire on the floor in the kitchen, in need of immediate medical attention, after suffering a gunshot wound to the chest. Life-saving measures were attempted, but McGuire died at the hospital.
Candlelight vigil held for 23-year-old victim found dead at Dineen Park
By:Stephanie StaudingerSee AlsoUPDATE: Milwaukee Police investigating four deadly shootings in two daysMILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- A candlelight vigil was held Thursday night to pay tribute to a young man killed by gun violence.Isiah Lee, 23, was found at Dineen Park in Milwaukee Wednesday morning.Police
'Shocked:' 12-year-old boy shot by 10-year-old girl; 2 adults arrested
12-year-old boy shot by 10-year-old girl near 11th and Atkinson in Milwaukee MILWAUKEE -- A 12-year-old boy was shot and wounded by a 10-year-old girl near 11th and Atkinson in Milwaukee on Thursday morning, Oct. 18. Police said the boy was playing with some younger cousins when one of them came acr
Germantown High School student caught vandalizing school property.
The same student was also caught writing comments in permanent marker on his own locker, relating to a different student's personal issues, on Oct. 12.
Teen Arrested, Shorewood's 'To Kill A Mockingbird' Canceled Again
SHOREWOOD, WI -- Shorewood High School's last-ditch effort to stage a dress rehearsal of "To Kill A Mockingbird" was canceled Wednesday, and a 17-year-old boy was arrested for posting threatening messages on social media related to the play.