Summary: FOX6 Investigative reporters Bryan Polcyn, Jenna Sachs and Amanda St. Hilaire break down the big stories and what it took to get them. "Open Record" takes you behind the scenes of the investigative reporting unit in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It's the details the reporters couldn't tell you on T.V.
Could a gap in Wisconsin law allow unlicensed providers to perform medical procedures without a doctor in sight?
Contact 6's Jenna Sachs talks about two of the hottest consumer issues right now: COVID-19 testing demand and Wisconsin's unclaimed property.
Wisconsin disabled workers file unemployment discrimination lawsuit.
The FOX6 team reflects and remembers where they were and how they felt hearing and seeing the tragic events of September 11, 2001.
The Waukesha School Board reverses its decision and will now provide free meals for all.
When it comes to protecting your privacy, what rights do you really have?
It's the $330 million expansion no one told you about.
A controversy in one southeast Wisconsin school district could cost a bunch of kids their upcoming youth hockey season.
When it comes to COVID-19, it feels like everything that was old is new again.
What are the implications for sports officials after a Racine County judge issues a reversal over a controversial high school wrestling call?
50 years ago, the Milwaukee Bucks won their first NBA Championship and the State of Wisconsin was using the same computer system it uses today to process unemployment claims.
Wisconsin's governor signs the state budget with a $2B tax cut.
The team and its fans aren't the only ones loving this NBA playoffs run. How the success of the Milwaukee Bucks is being felt far beyond the Deer District.
We've made a lot of progress toward moving past the COVID-19 pandemic, but two important issues seem to be plaguing consumers.
FOX6s Bret Lemoine goes in depth about SC Johnson's effort to reduce plastic pollution.