Jonathon Gregg, FOX6 News

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Past articles by Jonathon:

After-Christmas shoppers head back out for returns, sales

GLENDALE -- On Wednesday, Dec. 26, it was time for day after Christmas returns. Even those who weren't expecting to do more shopping were tempted by the after-Christmas sales. FOX6's Jonathon Gregg headed to Bayshore Town Center on Wednesday, where shoppers were doing both. → Read More

Froedtert Hospital security guards ‘bring a little joy’ playing music, singing to patients

MILWAUKEE -- At Froedtert Hospital, three musicians are doing what they can to make the holidays a little brighter for visitors. While music may be their passion, it's not their full-time jobs. We all know spending time at the hospital can be rough, and the holidays are no different. → Read More

Watch: Surveillance camera catches east side porch pirate open package on the spot

MILWAUKEE -- It wasn't a quick "grab and go," type of a crime. Surveillance video shows a so-called "porch pirate" on Milwaukee's east side opened a package right there on the spot. Police believe the thief may not have been working alone. → Read More

‘This is finger-pointing day:’ Packers fans quick to pick blame for team’s woes

MILWAUKEE -- There is not denying it now. After Sunday, the Green Bay Packers have been officially knocked out of the NFL playoffs. So, who is getting the "blame" from fans of the green and gold? Getting into the Christmas spirit is easier said than done for those Packers fans right now -- especially since it was the division rival Chicago Bears that clinched the NFC North title. → Read More

‘It’s not uncommon:’ Weather conditions may be to blame for small plane crash in Hartford

HARTFORD -- Fog and icy conditions could be to blame for a small plane making an emergency landing in a Hartford field on Wednesday night, Dec. 12. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is now investigating. → Read More

3 West Bend HS students taken to hospital after bus, truck collide

KEWASKUM -- A school bus crash involving the West Bend High School bowling team sent three students to the hospital Monday night, Dec. 10. The team was on the way home from a competition in Campbellsport when their bus was involved in an accident. → Read More

Young doe rescued after tumbling into construction site, animal released ‘stress free’

PLYMOUTH -- Sheboygan Falls police and officials with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources said the rescue of a trapped deer on Monday, Dec. 10 went according to plan. The young doe tumbled into an unfinished basement on Sunday afternoon. Lt. Juan Gomez with the Wisconsin DNR said it is not the first time it's happened, but it had been a while. → Read More

4 robberies in 4 days: People living near Milwaukee’s Brady St. on high alert

MILWAUKEE -- Four robberies in four days along Milwaukee's Brady Street. Police say three are being investigated as armed robberies. Now, people living in the relatively quiet neighborhood are on high alert. During a time of year that brings out our best, two businesses on Milwaukee's lower east side have experienced the worst. → Read More

Expect ‘something new, something exciting’ at 15th annual Miller Valley Holiday Lites

MILWAUKEE -- It's a Milwaukee holiday tradition dating back 15 years; MillerCoors is set to reveal its annual Holiday Lites display on Friday, Nov. 30. Its designers say if you've seen them before, come back because there is something new every year. → Read More

‘Snow day!’ Kenosha residents dig out from heavy, wet snow with help from the kids

KENOSHA COUNTY -- Thousands of Kenosha residents were digging out from six plus inches of snow on Monday, Nov. 26. -- much of it the heavy and wet variety. → Read More

‘Snow business is good:’ Man creates Uber-like app for snow plowing, called ‘Plowz and Mowz’

MILWAUKEE COUNTY -- Milwaukee County was impacted by a winter storm warning set to be in effect until 6 a.m. Monday, Nov. 26, with the first big winter storm of the season bringing snow to southeast Wisconsin. → Read More

Holiday travel by rail or road: Experts say book early, bring your patience

MILWAUKEE -- The week leading up to and after Thanksgiving is the busiest travel week of the year -- and it doesn't matter your mode of travel. Planes, trains or automobiles -- you will run into congestion just about everywhere. Traffic started picking up on Wednesday afternoon, Nov. → Read More

MPS students post picture of unity; ‘I’m still overwhelmed by the emotion of it’

MILWAUKEE -- In the wake of the Baraboo High School prom photo controversy, more than 50 students at Milwaukee's Rufus King International High School decided to post a picture of their own. → Read More

‘It’s a different line of work:’ Arborists in training tackle ash trees in Milwaukee

MILWAUKEE -- Apprenticeships through MATC are helping people interested in becoming an arborist. On a crisp November morning, several dozen arborists assembled to take down a dozen trees -- demonstrating tree climbing and pruning. Imani Hunter and Jacob Gunville are up first. → Read More

Fans feeling anxious as Packers’ season approaches do-or-die stretch

MILWAUKEE -- It's safe to say the Green Bay Packers' season is on the line. Does the team's precarious 4-4-1 record have fans prepared for a lost season? Or do they believe the team will have another "R-E-L-A-X" moment? FOX6 News gauged the pulse of "Packers Nation" with help from our friends at 105.7 The Fan. → Read More

West Allis woman who used billboard to find kidney donor during H-D 115th gets transplant

WEST ALLIS -- In desperate need of a kidney transplant, a West Allis woman had a brilliant idea to go looking for a donor by advertising on highway billboards. The roundabout way her message spread helped others in need. "So here we are now. I am doing good. → Read More

‘Pretty disturbing:’ Police from 3 communities respond to possible swatting incident

ST. FRANCIS -- St. Francis police are investigating a possible swatting incident from Monday night, Nov. 12. Police surrounded a home after a caller claimed they were holding family members hostage. That call prompted St. → Read More

Closed for the week: Some drivers caught off guard by railroad project on Brown Deer Rd.

BROWN DEER -- Hopefully the third time is the charm for a railroad crossing project in the Village of Brown Deer. The project has closed down Brown Deer Rd. (Highway 100) at Deerbrook Trail -- and throwing some drivers for a loop. → Read More

When the snow flies, there are other enjoyable options aside from heading indoors

MILWAUKEE -- Some people brace for the snow -- others embrace it. The staffs at the Urban Ecology Center and Schlitz Audubon Nature Center will definitely not be hibernating this winter. In fact, snow kicks off a number of unique winter activities for both organizations. → Read More

Medical examiner investigates 8 OD deaths from weekend; ‘That would be considered a spike’

MILWAUKEE -- The Milwaukee County Medical Examiner's Office recorded a spike in probably overdose deaths this past weekend. There were eight probably overdose deaths. "That would be considered a spike for these couple of days," said Sara Schreiber from the medical examiner's office. → Read More