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Milwaukee police need your help in search for missing 13-year-old girl
MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee Police Department is asking for the public’s help in locating a critically missing 13-year-old girl. Amara Jordan was last seen in the area of 64th and Hampton. She is described as 5’02”, 130 pounds, with braided black hair, and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a navy
State lawmaker from Milwaukee won't cut hair until bill passes
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- A state lawmaker from Milwaukee is taking a unique approach to raise awareness for a cause he cares about. State Representative Jonathan Brostoff hasn't had a haircut in more than a year. He is the co-author of a bill that helps hearing-impaired people in Wisconsin.
Wisconsin governor ‘confident’ Democratic National Convention coming to Milwaukee
Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers, a Democrat, believes the 2020 Democratic National Convention will be held in Milwaukee. Acknowledging there is “fierce” competition, Evers said Wednesday he was “confident” that Milwaukee would be chosen, given the location and that it’s "advantageous to the Democratic Par
How to celebrate Mardi Gras in Milwaukee
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Wife of DPW worker killed on the job thankful arrest was made: ‘I’m relieved he’s in custody’
MILWAUKEE -- Milwaukee police on Wednesday, Feb. 20 announced the arrest of Terron Clayborn, 31, the suspect in the death of Bryan Rodriguez, a City of Milwaukee Department of Public Works employee killed on the job near 17th and Vine on Feb. 8. Paula Rodriguez, Bryan's wife, spoke exclusively with
Man accused of attempting to cause the death of an MPD officer during 10-hour standoff pleads no contest
MILWAUKEE — A 28-year-old Milwaukee man accused of attempting to cause the death of a Milwaukee police officer during a more than 10-hour standoff on April 25, 2018 reached a plea deal in the case against him.
Police: Man shot, killed while sitting on porch near 23rd and Maple in Milwaukee
MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police are investigating a fatal shooting that happened Wednesday evening, Feb. 20 near 23rd and Maple. It happened around 7:07 p.m. According to police, a 36-year-old man suffered a fatal gunshot wound while sitting on a porch with another male. A dark colored vehicle left the
Police: Driver crashes into snow bank after fleeing from police, arrested for OWI
MILWAUKEE — A driver was taken into custody for OWI following a police pursuit and crash Tuesday night, Feb. 19 in Milwaukee. According to police, officers attempted to conduct a traffic stop for reckless driving near 46th and Hampton around 7:45 p.m. Police say the driver accelerated at a high rate
Walmart to host ‘Baby Savings Day’ this Saturday at select stores
MILWAUKEE -- Walmart is hosting a "Baby Savings Day"limited sale this Saturday at participating stores across the country. Participating stores will have specialists available to provide soon-to-be parents demonstrations of baby gear and advice on choosing the right products.
23-year-old Milwaukee woman accused of killing father of her 1-year-old baby
MILWAUKEE — A 23-year-old Milwaukee woman is accused of killing the father of their 1-year-old child. Investigators say on Friday, Feb. 15 Shasta Flowers got into an argument with the father of her child at her home near 48th and Clarke.
Remembering Milwaukee Soul and R&B legend Harvey Scales
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- Funeral services have been announced for Harvey Scales, a man who spent decades making Soul and Rhythm and Blues music in Milwaukee. Scales died February 11 and his impact went far beyond his hometown.
‘A great deal of money:’ Milwaukee County treasurer seeks to return $2.2M+ to ‘rightful owners’
MILWAUKEE — Are you owed money from Milwaukee County?. Milwaukee County Treasurer David Cullen announced on Wednesday, Feb. 20 an effort to return more than $2.2 million in unclaimed funds to their rightful owners.
5 top spots for sushi in Milwaukee
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‘This guy is an animal:’ Ramone Jones charged, but at large in fatal stabbing days after release from jail
MILWAUKEE — Ramone Jones was charged Wednesday, Feb. 20 in connection with the stabbing death of Jamie Wilson, 36, near 70th and Fiebrantz on Feb. 5. Prosecutors said Jones shot another man in the back at that same location — and this happened shortly after he was released from jail.
Local Girl Scouts at cookie booths this weekend for National Girl Scout Cookie Weekend
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) — Girl Scouts of Wisconsin Southeast will participate in National Girl Scout Cookie Weekend 2019 from February 22–24. The Girl Scout Cookie Program is the largest annual investment in girls in the United States.
Kenneth Cole: We Are Black History
This February the Wisconsin GOP marked Black History Month by removing the name of Milwaukee native, civil rights activist, and Super Bowl quarterback Colin Kaepernick from a resolution honoring his efforts and those of other African-Americans.
All clear: Crash temporarily shuts down all lanes on Highway 145 near 91st Street
MILWAUKEE — All lanes were temporarily blocked in both directions on WIS 145 from I-41/45 to 76th Street early Wednesday morning, Feb. 20 due to a crash. It happened around 11 p.m.
Prison for 16-year-old boy convicted in crash of stolen vehicle at 128th Air Refueling Wing
MILWAUKEE — A 16-year-old boy who pleaded guilty in connection with a crash involving a stolen vehicle that happened at the 128th Air Refueling Wing in Milwaukee in October of 2018 was sentenced to prison.
West Bend Mutual Mall site to be sold to Milwaukee developer
The city of West Bend has received an offer by a Milwaukee developer to purchase the Mutual Mall property as part of potential redevelopment plans for the site. West Bend has owned the building, located at 1043 S. Main St., right next door to City Hall, for quite some time, said city administrator J
The Mysterious & Complex Case Of Missing Child Alexis Patterson
MILWAUKEE, WI — On May 3, 2002, seven-year-old Alexis Patterson said good-bye to her mom’s boyfriend, La Ron Bourgeois, less than a block away from Hi-Mount Boulevard Community School and walked toward the front door. Tragically, Alexis never made it inside. In fact, Alexis Patterson has not been se