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UPDATE: Identity of victim in deadly Milwaukee north side house fire released

MILWAUKEE - The Milwaukee County Medical Examiner has released the identity of the woman who died in an early morning house fire on Milwaukee's north side. Sharon Murdock, 55, was found dead in a wheelchair after the fire which started around 4 a.m. Wednesday -- near the intersection of 20th & North

WTMJ.COM - 2018-03-22 19:16:07

Former Waukesha bowling alley among possible redevelopment sites targeted for city cash

A former Waukesha bowling alley site is among a group of possible redevelopment sites in an area near downtown that could get city financing help. Fracaro's Lanes was demolished last fall after a January 2017 fire badly damaged the building. The former Fracaro's site, 1430 Whiterock Ave., and a vaca

MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL - 2018-03-22 16:08:34

Police: Man, 33, shot, wounded during apparent robbery near 35th and Capitol

MILWAUKEE - Milwaukee police said a man, 33, was shot and wounded in an apparent robbery near 35th and Capitol Wednesday afternoon, March 21. It happened around 12:45 p.m. Police said a preliminary investigation has revealed the shooting may have happened during a robbery. The victim was taken to th

FOX6NOW.COM MILWAUKEE - 2018-03-21 19:10:32

Waukesha man charged following violent struggle with bar staff and police after he was kicked out of tavern

WAUKESHA - It took four bouncers, multiple police officers and two Taser deployments to subdue an intoxicated man before and after he was kicked out of a local pub and arrested. In the end, Keith A. Goodlad, 32, of Waukesha was charged on Tuesday, March 20, with six misdemeanor counts of battery, re

MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL - 2018-03-22 10:53:06

Glendale police: 'Numerous tips' come in after video release of McDonald's assault; no arrests

GLENDALE -- Glendale police said in an update Wednesday, March 21, "numerous tips" have come in after surveillance video was shared, showing an attack on a young McDonald's employee that happened Sunday morning, March 18 at the McDonald's restaurant on Port Washington Rd. near Richter Pl. Police sai

FOX6NOW.COM MILWAUKEE - 2018-03-21 19:16:49

Milwaukee police investigate shootout on city's south side

MILWAUKEE - Police are investigating a shootout on Milwaukee's south side that happened Wednesday morning, March 21. According to police, a car was being chased by another car that was shooting at it. The investigation stretched a few blocks around the area of 12th and Mineral. Police say it appears

FOX6NOW.COM MILWAUKEE - 2018-03-21 18:57:02

Oconomowoc High School evacuated due to possible air quality issue

OCONOMOWOC, Wis. (CBS 58) -- Oconomowoc High School and Oconomowoc Arts Center have been evacuated due to a possible "air quality" issue. Below is a statement posted by the High School on their Facebook page: URGENT MESSAGE: OHS & OAC EVACUATED FOR NON-VIOLENT SITUATION: There has been an unexpecte

CBS 58 - 2018-03-22 15:02:00

Milwaukee couple slapped with $3,000 water bill

Some Milwaukee residents apparently use more water than others. John Oldenburg recently received a water bill for $3,080.98. The document said they used 442,099 gallons of water. Oldenburg said a city worker came out to check the meter, which was installed in December and told them it works fine.

WISN - 2018-03-22 03:46:00

Milwaukee Fire Department battles 2 early morning house fires; 1 person dead

The fire started near 20th & North Ave. around 4:00 a.m. Firefighters were battling the fire on two fronts, as two homes next to one another both caught fire. Show CaptionHide Caption MILWAUKEE -- The Milwaukee County Medical Examiner confirms that one person has died in an early morning house fire

TMJ4.COM - 2018-03-21 11:41:34

Menomonee Falls Police searching for theft suspects who struck Woodman's employee with vehicle while fleeing

MENOMONEE FALLS, Wis. (CBS 58) -- Menomonee Falls Police are asking the public for help in identifying two females who stole two cart loads full of merchandise before fleeing the store and striking an employee. It happened at the Woodman's located on Highway 145 in Menomonee Falls shortly before 6 p

CBS 58

Dash cam video catches end of low-speed chase involving alleged drunken driver

Newly released dash cam video shows an alleged drunken driver as he led police on a low-speed chase through Menomonee Falls. The driver had a 4-year-old child in the back seat. About 4:15 p.m. March 13, Menomonee Falls police tried to pull over a black Toyota believed to have been in a hit-and-run.

WISN - 2018-03-22 03:00:00

Wisconsin DNR confirms cougar sighting in Colgate

WASHINGTON COUNTY, Wis. (CBS 58) - The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources says an animal recently spotted in Colgate in Washington County is a cougar. The image was picked up on a trail cam on March 13. Several other cougar sightings have been reported recently including in Menomonee Falls

CBS 58 - 2018-03-21 21:11:00

Vandals leave animal-themed graffiti on Waukesha homes

WAUKESHA - Animal-centric vandals have left their mark on houses. On Saturday, March 10, four houses in the Manchester Drive neighborhood were tagged with pictures representing animals - a cat, a bull, a flamingo and a rabbit - sometimes accompanied by the words "catch us ... or not." According to W

MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL - 2018-03-21 13:41:11

Glendale police look to ID woman accused of assaulting McDonald's employee

GLENDALE - Glendale police are searching for a woman who allegedly assaulted a McDonald's employee Sunday morning, March 18th. According to police, the woman walked behind the counter and assaulted a juvenile employee. She shoved the employee to the ground causing her to hit her head twice and then


2 arrested after pursuit involving multiple agencies that ended on Milwaukee's south side

MILWAUKEE - Police arrested two people in connection with a pursuit that involved several agencies Monday night, March 19. It ended on Milwaukee's south side near Miner and Loomis. Police said it's possible there were more people in the vehicle that got away. MILWAUKEE - Police arrested two people i


Man shot while leaving home, MPD investigating

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) - A man is hurt after being shot while leaving his home Monday night, according to Milwaukee Police. Authorities say it happened near N. 39th St. and W. Keefe Ave. around 10 p.m. The 26-year-old victim was leaving his house when he was confronted by the suspect. Police say during

CBS 58

Waukesha West student graduates from smoking violation to possessing child porn on his school-issued IPAD

WAUKESHA - Pictures of child pornography along with videos and images of animal beastiality were uncovered when police investigated the contents of a Waukesha West High School student's IPAD, according to criminal charges issued against an 18-year-old Waukesha man. James Uzerath, 18, was ordered to


'I hope my cousin is alive:' Family says someone's taking down posters of missing mom, son

MILWAUKEE - Family members of a missing mother and son are pleading for help. It has been weeks since they have seen their loved ones, and they're hopeful someone will call or walk into the Milwaukee Police Department with information that may shed some light on their whereabouts. "Can't nobody slee


Missing Milwaukee mother, son found safe in Madison

MILWAUKEE, Wis. (WITI)--- Teana Mcmillon, 23, and her son Zaiyier Young, 5, have been found safe in Madison. Police say Mcmillon and her son were classified as "critically missing." There was concern after the family last spoke with Mcmillon on March 1 - when she was living at 17th and Atkinson in M


New season of work begins on West Waukesha Bypass project, with one unresolved issue

WAUKESHA - Work on the West Waukesha Bypass has begun anew, but the path ahead isn't yet completely clear of roadblocks. A lingering issue is whether the state's railroad commissioner will go along with a revised plan to allow a Wisconsin & Southern Railroad crossing to remain at grade level in the