Madalyn O'Neill, FOX6 News

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Madison, WI, United States

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Past articles by Madalyn:

Milwaukee dive rescue crew 'the busiest special team in the city'

It’s not a special team you’ll find at every fire department, but in Milwaukee, the dive rescue team is about as busy as it gets. → Read More

Winter storm in Milwaukee; Bucks fans undeterred by snowy conditions

With snow coming down, thousands braved the winter storm Thursday night, March 9 to cheer on the Milwaukee Bucks. → Read More

Interim Milwaukee medical examiner poised to take helm amid 'unprecedented' caseload

"Despite all the challenges in the office, I stayed in Milwaukee." → Read More

Bayshore garage collapse 'a learning experience,' engineer says

Beyond heavy snow likely playing a role in the Feb. 23 partial collapse of the Silver Spring Parking Garage at Bayshore, we still don't know exactly what caused it. → Read More

Milwaukee police in-custody death, 2 officers charged

Keishon Thomas died in custody at Police District 5 last February. → Read More

Milwaukee police shooting: Man dead, officers' conduct investigated

MPD is looking into a video that shows officers moving the man's body twice after he was shot. → Read More

Cedarburg snow shovelers battle wind, erasing their progress

The winter storm Wednesday brought heavy snow to parts of southeast Wisconsin, including Cedarburg. Many saw all forms of precipitation, including snow, sleet and freezing rain, along with wind blowing the snow around, leading to poor visibility and erasing the progress of those trying to clean it up. → Read More

Milwaukee police shooting; man dead after north side chase

Police said the man was armed and ran from a crash scene near 91st and Silver Spring. → Read More

Milwaukee's Serb Hall fish fry dine-in back after hiatus

For the first time in two years, Serb Hall reopened its doors for the “fried” and true tradition. → Read More

Driving in snow: ‘Takes a lot longer to slow down’

The roads were a mess across southeast Wisconsin Thursday as snow fell. → Read More

Milwaukee Public Museum European Village creator's family hopes to save it

For many, the Milwaukee Public Museum holds a certain nostalgia. For Alex Hahnfeld, it brings even stronger feelings. Seeing one part of the museum preserved as MPM plans to move is close to her heart. → Read More

Free tax preparation: MATC program fills 'huge need' for community

Volunteers can help make sure the only money you have to worry about is what you might get in your refund. → Read More

Vets Place Central shooting, Milwaukee police release bodycam video

Police shot and killed a 66-year-old resident after he pointed a gun at responding officers inside the facility. → Read More

Amid soaring egg prices, Wisconsin chicken ownership 'real trendy'

High egg prices are having an impact beyond the grocery store. Some are taking matters into their own hands. → Read More

At The Rock Snowpark, workers embrace cold: 'Not afraid of it'

Whether you're feeling hot or cold about these temperatures, sometimes all you can do is make the best of it. → Read More

Milwaukee police officers arrested; battery, sex assault allegations

MPD arrested a pair of its own officers for separate alleged crimes. → Read More

Wisconsin FoodShare reductions coming: 'This is no joke'

The federal government is ending extra benefits put in place during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Dodge County losing all prosecutors, DA resigns: 'Crisis statewide'

The Dodge County District Attorney's Office will soon be without a single prosecutor after the now former DA had his last day Friday, Jan. 13. → Read More

Port Washington library dog retires: 'Hard not to cry'

The very dog who helped keep kids' eyes on the pages is now losing the use of his own. → Read More

Milwaukee Brady Street 11-story hotel would 'fill a need,' alderman says

A proposed 11-story Milwaukee hotel at Farwell and Brady would replace a gaming store, changing the look of the neighborhood and, potentially, a lot more. → Read More