27 November 2021
Milwaukee police are investigating the fatal shooting of a 17-year-old male that happened near 8th and Rogers early Sunday, Oct. 18
Fitchburg police are investigating four burglaries that occured in the area of Red Arrow Trail and Jenewein Road Saturday night
1 stabbed, 1 arrested on State Street, MPD says #news3now
MPD: 17-year-old boy shot, killed on south side Hayes Bilingual School
The Milwaukee Police Department is investigating a shooting that occurred Friday night, Oct. 16 near 27th and Burleigh. It happened around 6:10 p.m
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Police found an unoccupied vehicle early this morning after responding to a report of a car crashing into a tree on Hughes Road #news3now
Police: Man shot by suspect after trying to run him over with car near 27th and Burleigh
Milwaukee police are investigating a shooting and crash that left one person dead near 5th and Keefe
Middleton Police responded to a disturbance on Friday night in a parking lot on Allen Boulevard
Man in critical condition after shooting in Milwaukee near 27th and Burleigh. Police say a 20-year-old man was shot and is in critical condition. The 37-year old male suspect is known to the victim.
Milwaukee police are investigating a shooting that happened early Friday morning, Oct. 16 near 34th and Walnut
The Milwaukee Fire Department plans to close Station 17 on S. 13th Street near Layton Avenue in 2021
Car slams into porch, another starts on fire in crash near 27th and Locust
Milwaukee police investigate triple shooting near 62nd and Capitol
Wisconsin has once again shattered the single-day record of cases of coronavirus with 3,747 reported on Thursday, Oct. 15. The previous record was 3,279 set on Tuesday, Oct. 13
Milwaukee Police are currently investigating a shooting at Discount Gas near Appleton Ave and Hampton Ave. in Milwaukee.
4200 N Milwaukee: a call of a suspicious person.
Appleton police: 1500 block of East Calumet Street has reopened after police earlier responded to the area
Appleton Police: Public asked to use alternate routes around 1500 block of E Calumet Street
Milwaukee Police are investigating several non-fatal shootings Tuesday night near N. 91st St. and W. Flagg Ave.
Officials: 3 juveniles steal vehicle at gunpoint in Kenosha, lead police on pursuit
Milwaukee Police are investigating a nonfatal shooting that happened on Monday, October 12, 2020 at about 10:20pm in the 500 block of E. Chambers St. The victim is a 43 yr old Milwaukee resident that was shot while driving, during circumstances that are still under investigation
MPD is investigating a nonfatal shooting that happened on Tuesday, October 13, 2020 at about 2:20am in the 6600 block of N. 105th St. The victim is a 39 yr old Milwaukee resident that was shot by a bullet that penetrated his residence from outside,
MPD is investigating a fatal shooting that happened on Tuesday, October 13, 2020 at about 1:12am in the 2400 block of N. 33rd St. The victim is a 51 yr old Milwaukee resident that was shot during circumstances that are still under investigation
Wauwatosa curfew ends but police remain on standby for more protests
MPD is investigating a shooting which occurred on 10/11/20 at about 7:45pm in the 2000 block of N. 28th street. A 26-year old male suspect entered a residence and started shooting. A 23-year old male victim who was already inside the residence returned fire
Police say two cars collided near 27th and Clark last night
Milwaukee Police also responded to the area of 16th and Atkinson for another shooting after midnight.
A woman is dead and another injured after a double shooting near 2nd and Clarke. -Police say a suspect fired into their vehicle headed west on Clarke -the victim then crashed into a nearby building -29-yr-old woman died, 31-year-old woman was injured -no one in custody
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