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Police: 16-year-old girl suffers stab wounds during family fight near 42nd and Fond du Lac
Police were called out to investigate a domestic violence related battery incident between two individuals when a 16-year-old girl, a family member of the suspects, attempted to intervene and was cut in the chest. She had to have stitches after suffering the injury not believed to be life-threatenin
More discipline possible for Milwaukee police involved in Bucks' Sterling Brown arrest
But late Wednesday, the board was advised to postpone the chief's presentation until any ongoing investigations and potential discipline was resolved, Commission Chairman Steven DeVougas said.
"Serious" shooting during fight outside bar
According to investigators, around 2:20 a.m., someone threw an object at the victim's car outside Club 6th Street near 6th and Becher. The 30-year-old man then got into an argument with the person who did it. Police say the other man pulled a gun and shot the victim.
'Jurassic World' sequel, Mr. Rogers movie battle it out; also, where to watch free movies
Remember that dinosaur theme park that went horribly, horribly wrong? It's about to get worse.
McDonald's employee caught stealing cash
He was seen on the restaurants surveillance video taking what turned out to be $350 during his shift, the night before his arrest . After Germantown police took him into custody for theft, it was discovered that the man also had an active warrant from the West Allis Police Department for possession
Woman fears missing teen daughter is sex trafficking victim
Milwaukee police late Monday issued a critical missing alert for a teen who hadn't been seen in more than a month. Armoni Chambers, 16, was reportedly last seen May 17 in the area of South 78th Street and West Howard Avenue, on the city's southwest side.
Milwaukee bans e-cigarettes on city property and places where smoking is banned
At the end of May the Council prohibited the sale of e-cigarettes to minors, aligning local ordinance with current state statute. “With youth e-cigarette usage nearly doubling from 2014 to 2016, this forward thinking action by the Milwaukee Common Council will help send a message to our youth that n
Police: 2 shot, injured in separate shooting incidents in Milwaukee
MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police are investigating two separate shooting incidents that happened Wednesday night, June 20 and early Thursday morning, June 21. Two people were injured as result of the shootings.
Driver arrested in fatal Milwaukee crash had 8-day-old baby in car, three prior OWIs and open hit-and-run case
And after the crash that killed a 64-year-old man, Christopher J. Anderson refused to take an intoxication test, online court records show.
Two in custody after chase, chase in Milwaukee
By:CBS 58 NewsroomMILWAUKEE (CBS 58) – Two people are in custody after a chase and crash on Tuesday, according to the Milwaukee Police Department.Authorities say it happened around 9:50 p.m. near 35th and Capitol.According to police, the car was in a chase with the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office
Milwaukee County Zoo unveils new attractions to celebrate 60th birthday of Zoo train
The 8-ton train is surprisingly fast and can travel up to 60 miles per hour, but normally runs about five or six miles per hour. Each year, approximately 400,000 people ride the train on its 1.25 mile journey through the Zoo, which totals 2,000 to 6,000 miles traveled.
Jessica Griffey: Kenosha Police looking for missing 15-year-old girl
According to police, Jessica Griffey was last seen on Sunday, June 10. Police believe she might be traveling to Milwaukee. She also may be in need of medical attention.
Nicolet school district was not transparent about land sale, sex abuse investigation of former teacher, parent says
Robert Cronwell of Glendale also maintains that the district has not published accurate minutes of school board meetings related to the Johnson investigation.Cronwell said that the notice for an April 2017 meeting at which the upper field property sale was discussed was "vague, misleading and legall
Chris Young coming to new Bucks Arena October 26
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) – Chris Young will perform the first announced country music concert at the new Bucks Arena known as the Wisconsin Entertainment and Sports Center on Friday, October 26. The show is part of the “Losing Sleep 2018 World Tour” with special guests Dan + Shay, Morgan Evans and Dee Jay
Woman seen on video starting fatal house fire gets two decades in prison
According to the criminal complaint, Wright said a man she was dating lived in the lower unit of the residence. The fire was retribution for a fight they'd had, the complaint said.
Several people taken into custody after chase, search in New Berlin
NEW BERLIN, Wis. (CBS 58) – Several people are in custody after leading police on a chase and search early Wednesday morning, according to the New Berlin Police Department.
Critical Missing: Milwaukee Police searching for 16-year-old girl last seen near 78th and W. Van Beck Avenue
Armoni is described as being 5'7, 160 pounds, with a light complexion and a medium build. She has light brown hair in an unknown hairstyle and her clothing description is unknown.
Boys ages 8, 9, lucky to be alive after they were shot during drive-by near 26th and Concordia
MILWAUKEE — Two boys, ages 8 and 9, are lucky to be alive after they were shot during a drive-by near 26th and Concordia in Milwaukee Monday night, June 18.
Racine County father outraged suspect in daughter's alleged sexting case may not face felony charges
"Reading the messages, I knew where it was going. I watch enough Dateline with Chris Hansen to know where it was going, so I just continued the conversation with him," said Ryne Cooper, the alleged victim's step-father.
Police: Man passes out drunk while shopping for car at West Bend dealership
West Bend police responded to the dealership after a salesman reported a man shopping for a car went back to his vehicle, “drank from a cooler,” and returned to continue shopping. The employee reported the customer was argumentative, disorderly and believed he was intoxicated.