• LIVE: Milwaukee COVID-19 pandemic, vaccine update By WISN   -   Jan 26, 2021

    LIVE: MILWAUKEE COVID-19 PANDEMIC, VACCINE UPDATE

    City leaders are providing an update on the COVID-19 vaccine distribution.

  • California's unemployment fraud tops $11 billion; could be more, department says By WISN   -   Jan 26, 2021

    CALIFORNIA'S UNEMPLOYMENT FRAUD TOPS $11 BILLION; COULD BE MORE, DEPARTMENT SAYS

    The state paid out $114 billion in claims so far and says 10% of that is fraud, amounting to $11 billion.

  • Videocast: Snow continues through afternoon By WISN   -   Jan 26, 2021

    VIDEOCAST: SNOW CONTINUES THROUGH AFTERNOON

    Lake effect snow will continue to accumulate through Tuesday afternoon

  • Wisconsin teachers, child care workers to get COVID-19 vaccine in March By WISN   -   Jan 26, 2021

    WISCONSIN TEACHERS, CHILD CARE WORKERS TO GET COVID-19 VACCINE IN MARCH

    Wisconsin health officials say teachers and child care workers will be eligible for COVID-19 vaccine in early March

    Health
  • New video shows Kyle Rittenhouse with arresting officers By WISN   -   Jan 26, 2021

    NEW VIDEO SHOWS KYLE RITTENHOUSE WITH ARRESTING OFFICERS

    WISN 12 obtained new video showing moments of Kenosha protest shooting suspect Kyle Rittenhouse being interviewed by officers at the...

  • School creates scholarship for teacher who died due to COVID-19 By WISN   -   Jan 26, 2021

    SCHOOL CREATES SCHOLARSHIP FOR TEACHER WHO DIED DUE TO COVID-19

    The community was able to raise nearly $10,000 in honor of Jason Englert, who was a new teacher to the district.

  • Joseph Mensah sworn in as Waukesha County deputy By WISN   -   Jan 26, 2021

    JOSEPH MENSAH SWORN IN AS WAUKESHA COUNTY DEPUTY

    It's been nearly 2 months since Mensah resigned his position with the Wauwatosa Police Department.

  • I-94 north closed just north of Illinois state line By WISN   -   Jan 26, 2021

    I-94 NORTH CLOSED JUST NORTH OF ILLINOIS STATE LINE

    The northbound lanes of I-94 are blocked just north of the Illinois state line.

  • Biden to sign executive orders related to 'equity' By WISN   -   Jan 26, 2021

    BIDEN TO SIGN EXECUTIVE ORDERS RELATED TO 'EQUITY'

    President Biden is slated to sign a series of executive actions revolving around "equity" policy on Tuesday, focusing on policing reform,...

  • VIDEOCAST: Snow Day By WISN   -   Jan 26, 2021

    VIDEOCAST: SNOW DAY

    Snow continues through much of the afternoon. Most areas getting 5-8" through the day. Watch for blowing snow and drifting on the roads.

  • Racine Unified Schools to return to class in March By WISN   -   Jan 26, 2021

    RACINE UNIFIED SCHOOLS TO RETURN TO CLASS IN MARCH

    Families must decide whether to keep kids home by Feb. 5

  • Some Wisconsin Republicans looking to overturn Gov. Evers mask mandate By WISN   -   Jan 26, 2021

    SOME WISCONSIN REPUBLICANS LOOKING TO OVERTURN GOV. EVERS MASK MANDATE

    Republicans say the Governor didn't have the authority to extend the State's mask mandate.

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  • Weather: Alert Day: Heavy Snow Coming By WISN   -   Jan 26, 2021

    WEATHER: ALERT DAY: HEAVY SNOW COMING

  • On the hunt for the COVID-19 vaccine: Where it can be found By WISN   -   Jan 26, 2021

    ON THE HUNT FOR THE COVID-19 VACCINE: WHERE IT CAN BE FOUND

    Wisconsin residents age 65 and older are now eligible for a COVID-19 vaccination, but many are finding the vaccine is not yet available...

  • Will Summerfest, other concerts return in 2021? By WISN   -   Jan 26, 2021

    WILL SUMMERFEST, OTHER CONCERTS RETURN IN 2021?

    July 3 headliner Halsey announced she is canceling her tour dates due to health and safety concerns.

    Health
  • Videocast: Winter storm warning issued By WISN   -   Jan 25, 2021

    VIDEOCAST: WINTER STORM WARNING ISSUED

    A winter storm warning was issued for Milwaukee, Racine and Kenosha counties.

  • Wisconsin residents age 65+ get vaccine first day it's available By WISN   -   Jan 25, 2021

    WISCONSIN RESIDENTS AGE 65+ GET VACCINE FIRST DAY IT'S AVAILABLE

    Ascension Hospital in Franklin hastily organized a vaccine clinic after the state last week decided to suddenly open up vaccinations...

  • White House recommits to getting Harriet Tubman on $20 bill By WISN   -   Jan 25, 2021

    WHITE HOUSE RECOMMITS TO GETTING HARRIET TUBMAN ON $20 BILL

    The Biden administration says it is "exploring ways to speed up" release of $20 bills featuring Harriet Tubman after the Trump administration...

  • Council supports renaming Old World Third Street to MLK Drive By WISN   -   Jan 25, 2021

    COUNCIL SUPPORTS RENAMING OLD WORLD THIRD STREET TO MLK DRIVE

    A small historic stretch of a downtown street may soon go by a new, yet familiar, name.

    World
  • Home theater speaker systems that amp up the surround-sound experience By WISN   -   Jan 25, 2021

    HOME THEATER SPEAKER SYSTEMS THAT AMP UP THE SURROUND-SOUND EXPERIENCE

    Give your sound system the movie-theater treatment.