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To chase or not: The question of a high speed chase

 KENOSHA- Since Tuesday there have been three high speed chases in Southeastern Wisconsin that yielded four arrests.

 
Some of the most dramatic video to emerge from those... Read More »

Mayor Barrett and Police Chief Flynn react to children hurt in shooting

Milwaukee Police Chief Ed Flynn and Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett aired their frustration during an afternoon news conference after two children were shot while sitting in a van. Read More »

Severe backlog of child abuse cases reported in Milwaukee Bureau

The Wisconsin Department of Children and Families reports they have a backlog of about 2,400 cases in their Milwaukee Bureau. Read More »

Universal Allah sentenced for supply taser used in Stradivarius robbery

Universal Allah was sentenced to three and a half years in prison for his part in the theft of a 300-year-old Stradivarius violin worth about six million dollars. Read More »

Local Law Enforcement Attacking Heroin Crisis & Saving Lives

A drug is combatting the use of more addictive ones, and it's helping save lives in the process. Read More »

Crews respond to gas leak in Racine neighborhood

Racine Fire Department responded to a gas leak on the 2000 block of Quincy Ave. Construction crews hit a two inch gas line around 12:20 p.m. Read More »

Cedarburg restaurant owner being investigated for sexual assaults

Federal agents raided the restaurant, home, and vehicle of Jacob Banas. They took computers, women's clothing, cell phones, even wineglasses all hoping to find evidence in the sexual assault of several women. Read More »

Two children shot on Milwaukee's north side

Milwaukee Police responded to a shooting near 37th and Hadley just after 7 p.m. on July 23. A 10-year-old boy and 11-year-old girl were shot. Read More »

Mayor talks to CBS 58 about sex offender ordinance

In a CBS 58 Investigation we uncovered sex offenders living next to schools and parks and exposed that Milwaukee had no law restricting where sex offenders could live. After approaching a local alderman the ordinance passed. It now needs Mayor Tom Barrett's signature to restrict offenders from living 2,000 feet from schools, parks, and daycare centers. Read More »

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