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FBI promises a $10 K incentive for the offender who shoots a six-year-old Milwaukee child.
MILWAUKEE - The FBI is now promising a $10,000 incentive for details contributing to the capture of a gunman who fatally shot a 6-year-old Milwaukee child.
The boy was killed on Sunday, April 5 by a gunman around 25th & Locust.
MORE TWENTY MORALITIES OCCURRED IN MILWAUKEE
Corona virus mortality rate in Milwaukee County is now twenty four.
The Milwaukee County Health authorities confirmed that twenty-four fatalities from complications of corona virus had occurred.
There were Eighteen fatalities confirmed Thursday.
This takes the overall death rate for the state to forty-three.
Corona Virus is the disease specifically affect the pulmonary system and if not treated in time it will lead to severe consequences. County also has taken measures to reduce the fatalities.
Four Milwaukee County patients passed because of corona-virus
In any event four new fatalities have kicked the bucket from the corona-crisis Thursday in Milwaukee State.
The Milwaukee state Medical authority Office posted on social media notice of the passing.
The first was an eighty-year-old lady. The second casualty was a 92-year-old man. Both passed due to the corona-virus. The third was a sixty-year-old white lady and the fourth was a seventy-five-year-old lady. The more details about them haven't been disclosed yet. That brings the absolute cases of corona-virus passing to 20 in Milwaukee State. At least 39 individuals have kicked the bucket in Wisconsin
Religious centers providing services online due to corona virus lock down in Milwaukee
People in Milwaukee are asked to stay inside in the outbreak of pandemic COVID-19. This has been done in order to assure the safety of citizens and to stop the spread of the corona virus across the city.
Due to this staying at home orders, all religious centers, churches, mosques, synagogues, and temples across the region are providing their services online ensuring the safety of the citizen.
NEW EFFORTS ARE TAKEN BY STATE TO TRACE THE COVID-19 OUTBREAK IN MILWAUKEE
Close to A Hundred state health employees are now helping Milwaukee City and 2 other counties monitoring corona virus outbreak.
He State Department of Health Care has stationed its staff in Milwaukee, South Milwaukee and Wauwatosa to focus on case analysis and touch tracking, said Melissa Baldauff, spokeswoman for Governor.
Identifying cases of corona virus and monitoring their contacts — which basically means monitoring individuals who have come into touch with newly infected patients — can help to avoid the progression of the disease by notifying people who are susceptible to COVID-19 so that they can be easily quarantined.
Many of the recently deployed state health staff operate for the City of Milwaukee, which had about eight hundred reports as of Friday evening.
Empty Cafes Bring Fear For Owners
Everything is suffering in each corner of the world due to the orders of social distancing and authorities chanting 'Stay at Home' all the time, so are the businesses. Restaurant, eateries, bistros, hotels and cafes are closing down giving in to the fear of Corona Virus, the ones that were left open closed down giving in owing to the authorities and their orders. Similar shutting down has been reported from Milwaukee where owners are upset as they a plunge in their daily sales. Sundays used to be the busiest of the days for restaurant owners and workers but now for two weeks sales have gone down as people prefer to stick to their homes, cook and eat their meals indoors. Avery few people show up to grab something from these eateries but leave immediately with take-aways. One owner said these are very uncertain times and people are afraid as to for how long things will continue like this and how much time it will take things to get back to normal. He further showed apprehension that if their eateries, especially the smaller ones kept suffering like this for a little while longer they will go out of business. The owners and the customers, everyone alike is hoping for things to normalise soon.
Robber On The Loose
Latest news from Wisconsin reported an armed robbery in Milwaukee, the robber flew and the police asked the locals to assist them in catching the offender. The police requested people of the vicinity to aid them in identifying the suspect of an armed robbery. The incident took place around 6 p.m. in the evening in the neighbourhood of Milwaukee on 26th of March. The suspect is said to be a woman in her twenties who was caught stealing items from a business outlet, when she was approached, she threatened the owner with a dagger and managed to run away from the store with the items of robbery from the store. Vehicle, the robber used for fleeing away from the crime scene was also described to locals to extract information as to if someone has seen it around. The police has given a number and other details to reach them if someone has some record on the incident or the robber.
Murder investigation: Man found deceased inside the car on Milwaukee’s southern side
MILWAUKEE - A homicide investigating is in progress following a person was discovered deceased inside a car on Milwaukee’s south side Mon night, March Twenty three
Authorities say the officers went to the 13th and Wilson neighborhood about 7 p.m. for A social security check.
On arrival, a 38-year-old victim was found dead from a bullet wound.
Police say the homicidal unit is presently investigating the matter.
Bus Driver Rescued to Two Dogs Who Lost Their Way to Home
On 17 December News came from Milwaukee around the late-night that two dogs lost their way home, The public transport driver found pair of two dogs wandering in the road and the bus driver dropped them to their home. The owner of dogs thanked the bus driver.
When she found a pair of two dogs, she stopped her bus and opened her window and shouted 'Hiya, What you two are doing here this time, let’s drop you two to your home. She is heard saying this in a surveillance videotape. She informed the MCTS unit, and we waited for police to reach later police has transported dogs to their owner.
MILWAUKEE — First time I-43 billboards track debts, national debt hits $23 trillion. Friday's national debt struck a record high. For the very first time ever, the federal government debt hit $23 trillion. That breaks down throughout the country to around $70,000 per person.
At McKinley Avenue in Milwaukee, there is a billboard near Interstate 43 that tracks the national debt. A advertisement on billboard sponsored by a non-partisan, semi-profit organization. Although the billboard made its Milwaukee debut in September, the total debt has risen more than $400 billion. In Cleveland and Las Vegas, comparable billboards have gone up.