Christina Van Zelst, FOX6 News

Christina Van Zelst

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Milwaukee, WI, United States

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New Milwaukee high-rise apartment building proposed for east side

The 25-story building on Farwell Avenue would include 310 apartments, the developer said. → Read More

Milwaukee vigil for Tyre Nichols ahead of funeral

A Milwaukee candlelight vigil was held in Milwaukee Tuesday for Tyre Nichols ahead of Nichols' Wednesday funeral. → Read More

Cold puts Lake Geneva Ice Castles back on track after delayed opening

Wind chills between -20 and -25 expected Tuesday morning prompted a wind chill advisory for all of southeast Wisconsin. The builders of the popular Lake Geneva Ice Castles welcome the cold temperatures after the opening of the castles was delayed due to mild conditions. → Read More

11 Milwaukee shootings over 2 days, youngest victim 13

Milwaukee police responded to 11 shootings Saturday and Sunday. On Saturday, six people were shot, and one person was killed. On Sunday, shootings killed one person and sent six people to the hospital. The youngest victim killed over the weekend was just 14. The youngest victim hurt is 13. → Read More

Milwaukee County medical debt proposal could help 67K, supervisor says

Medical bills can stack up, but a proposed Milwaukee County resolution could help relieve some of the debt. → Read More

Winter road salt seeping into drinking water, researchers say

The Milwaukee River and Lake Michigan source drinking water for about a million people in southeast Wisconsin. Researchers say salt from winter storms is seeping into it and, ultimately, into your home. → Read More

2022 Milwaukee crime down by 15% compared to 2021, officials say

Despite that trending lower serious crime, homicides in Milwaukee were up by 11% in 2022. → Read More

Flight delays, cancelations in Milwaukee after FAA system outage

The FAA ordered a nationwide ground stop, meaning no plane could land or take off. → Read More

CPR saves lives; Greenfield battalion chief urges everyone to learn it

If someone around you is suffering from cardiac arrest, would you know what to do? → Read More

Wauwatosa 'brine masters;' keeping roads safe in southeast Wisconsin

One city in southeast Wisconsin is taking road treatment into its own hands – literally. → Read More

Wauwatosa crash: 3 dead including DPW driver, 10 vehicles involved

Police said a Milwaukee DPW truck collided with several other vehicles, some of which caught fire upon impact. → Read More

Milwaukee Mitchell Park Domes' future, vote to explore all options

The Mitchell Park Domes are a Milwaukee gem, but the buildings are deteriorating. → Read More

Child flu, RSV, COVID symptoms; what to be aware of this season

This winter, it could be hard to tell which respiratory virus your child may be fighting – RSV, flu or COVID-19. → Read More

French bulldogs stolen from Milwaukee home: 'They’re my babies'

While one of the pups is now home safe, the search for the other continues. → Read More

Delavan fire, family loses everything the day after Thanksgiving

A Delavan family lost everything in a fire, headed into the holiday season with only the clothes on their backs. → Read More

Stores closed on Thanksgiving; last-minute shopper troubles

The majority of stores were closed for Thanksgiving, but some stores had special hours for last-minute shoppers Thursday, Nov. 24. → Read More

Wisconsin midterms: Voter anxiety high, how to cope

The polls for the 2022 midterm elections open at 7 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 8 – and some voters are feeling anxious. → Read More

Wisconsin child care costs; state looks to ease struggle for parents

Leaving your kids in the care of someone else can be expensive – and when there is no one to watch them, then what? → Read More

Milwaukee astronaut training for moon mission: 'Amazing'

Raja Chari's job has a career that is out of this world, and takes him hundreds of miles away from his home. → Read More

Kenosha business in Uptown neighborhood: 'Going to be a bright light'

It is a shop that has everything you need – and its grand opening marks a new beginning for a Kenosha neighborhood. → Read More