Amelia Jones, FOX6 News

Amelia Jones

FOX6 News

Milwaukee, WI, United States

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Recent articles by Amelia:

Waukesha parade attack: Darrell Brooks motion hearing Tuesday

This hearing is to discuss if Brooks is participating in court ordered evaluations. → Read More

Mayor Johnson to sign Vision Zero Resolution, promoting traffic safety

The City of Milwaukee hopes to eliminate all traffic deaths within the next 15 years. → Read More

COVID vaccine for kids at Hayat Pharmacy’s Vaccine Clinic

COVID-19 vaccinations for young children are now happening in Milwaukee. → Read More

Fatal shooting on Brady Street near Cass

Milwaukee police are investigating a shooting that happened near Cass and Brady Monday morning, June 20. → Read More

Brewers unveil Nike MLB City Connect series uniform

The Milwaukee Brewers unveiled Friday, June 17 the club’s Nike MLB City Connect Series Uniform. → Read More

Storm damage in Sheboygan; trees, electrical wires down

The Sheboygan Fire Department responded to over 60 calls for service in under two hours. → Read More

Highs again in upper 90s; cooling centers available

The National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory for southeastern Wisconsin until 8 p.m. Wednesday, June 15 – with heat index values in the 100+ range. → Read More

MPD District 5 installing bulletproof glass after shooting

New security measures are coming to Milwaukee Police District 5. → Read More

Greenfield police pursuit, fatal crash near 13th and Layton

One person is dead following a police pursuit and crash that happened just east of 13th and Layton in Milwaukee. → Read More

Waukesha Memorial Day Parade returns, traffic barricades in place

Monday's Memorial Day Parade will be the city's first parade since November's Christmas Parade attack. → Read More

Nationwide walkout; Whitefish Bay HS students to protest gun violence

Whitefish Bay high school students are showing their support for the victims in Uvalde by participating in a walkout Thursday, May 26 to protest gun violence. → Read More

16th and Wells multi-vehicle crash; ambulance called to scene

Milwaukee police are investigating a multi-vehicle crash that happened early Thursday morning, May 5 near 16th and Wells. → Read More

Alexis Patterson missing 20 years; gathering at Hi-Mount Elementary School

Tuesday, May 3 marks 20 years since 7-year-old Alexis Patterson disappeared in Milwaukee. → Read More

Milwaukee reckless driving; new tow policy in effect

Milwaukee Police Chief Jeffrey Norman and Milwaukee Mayor Cavalier Johnson on Monday, May 2 will announce the beginning of a new tow policy to help combat reckless driving. → Read More

Youth Victory Over Violence Week: Gun violence discussed Wednesday

Gun violence takes center stage for Milwaukee's youth after a recent spike in shootings. → Read More

School bus hit by gunfire Monday; MPS students return to class

Students at the Wisconsin Conservatory of Lifelong Learning will return to class Tuesday, April 26 after a shots fired incident resulted in a school bus being struck by gunfire on Monday afternoon, April 25. → Read More

April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month: 'Put the stuff down'

April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month. The Wisconsin Department of Transportation says distracted driving is a growing problem – as the number of crashes continue to increase. → Read More

Milwaukee triple shooting: 13-year-old girl dead, 2 others wounded

The circumstances leading up to the shooting are under investigation. → Read More

Milwaukee band's instruments stolen from car; appeal for help

A Milwaukee band is asking the public to be on the lookout for their instruments. → Read More

Wauwatosa officer-involved shooting: 17-year-old injured

A 17-year-old boy is recovering after being shot by police during an investigation of a reported stolen vehicle near 92nd & Congress Tuesday → Read More