Hillary Mintz, WISN 12 News

Hillary Mintz

WISN 12 News

Milwaukee, WI, United States

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Recent articles by Hillary:

Wisconsin police departments worry about surge in 'ghost guns'

The phantom firearms put safety at risk and make it even tougher for police to investigate. → Read More

Milwaukee police union says sworn officer staffing 'critically low'

Two detectives were bit last week while trying to arrest a man. → Read More

Milwaukee Health Department offers new COVID-19 vaccine

Novavax does not contain mRNA which triggers an immune response to produce antibodies → Read More

Wisconsin State fairgoers noticing higher prices

This year, Wisconsin State Fair patrons are shelling out more cash. People who have kids may be spending a lot of time in Spin City, where $40 gets you a wristband for unlimited rides during the day, but all that riding makes people hungry, and the State Fair bill keeps going up."You know you're gonna spend some money, but this year's a little up there, but we love the fair so much we'll do it… → Read More

What we know about the Wisconsin couple killed by lightning in D.C.

First responders witnessed the lightning strike and rushed to try and save the couple. → Read More

Rodgers says psychedelic drug led to best season of his life

"I really feel like that set me on my course to be able to go back into my job and have a different perspective on things and to be way more free at work, as a leader as a teammate, as a friend as a lover," Aaron Rodgers said. → Read More

Animals move into State Fair Park

From cows to Clydesdale horses, swine and sheep, 4-H kids hauled their farm animals in and spent most of Wednesday cleaning them up. → Read More

State Fair parking a big business for West Allis residents

Every year, parking off the Wisconsin State Fairgrounds is big business for West Allis homeowners. → Read More

Milwaukee Co. district attorney questioned over recent spike in homicides related to domestic violence

Suspect in killing of West Allis woman out on bail from domestic abuse charge from 2021 → Read More

Sen. Ron Johnson says he "never felt threatened" during the January 6 attack

Johnson answered questions at a Waukesha machine shop. one day after the January 6th committee said the VP's security team feared for their lives. → Read More

Woman who shot man at used car lot will be released soon

A woman who tried to kill a man in 2018 at a West Allis used car lot will soon be getting released from a mental health institute where she was supposed to spend 38 years. → Read More

Man shot in head fighting release of woman decades early

A man shot in the head is fighting the release of the woman who nearly killed him in a vengeance shooting. → Read More

Unique flying competition about to launch in Milwaukee

Red Bull's Flugtag is Saturday at Veterans Park. → Read More

Families tell 2 different stories about El Rey shooting

There are two very different sides to a fatal grocery store shootout at El Rey on Cesar Chavez Drive. → Read More

Carroll University graduate shot at Highland Park parade

Alan Castillo says he was out enjoying the parade just like everyone else when all of the sudden he was shot in the back. → Read More

Fireworks prices explode

Customers stocking up in Racine County for the Independence Day weekend. → Read More

Police have no leads in killing of Milwaukee transgender woman

There are new calls for action in the fatal shooting of a transgender woman in Milwaukee. → Read More

Family, friends devastated by killing of Milwaukee transgender woman

Milwaukee police are looking for the gunman who killed a transgender woman. → Read More

Lawmakers or courts will need to determine if 1849 abortion law is automatically back in effect

Wisconsin's abortion ban was written in 1849, just one year after Wisconsin became a state. → Read More

First responders who rescued 3-year-old boy from burning home credit teamwork

The West Allis first responders who saved a 3-year-old boy from his burning home are telling their story only to WISN 12 News. → Read More