Hank Aaron, Tom Barrett, Milwaukee discussed on Red Eye Radio

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Tributes continue to pour in for Hank Aaron, who passed away Friday at the age of 86. It was a friendship that lasted nearly six decades between Aaron and Bob Ugur. The birds play by play announcer telling Wisconsin's afternoon news. Aaron was the type of man who could be loved by all. You had a great friend. I'll tell you that. And if he called you a friend, or you could call him a friend, you hit a jackpot. You can hear you Curs. Full interview at wtmj dot com For Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett. He tells TMJ four news. He considered Aaron his hero growing up. Even though I came to recognize what an amazing person he was and how he five for for justice for everyone. We treated everyone with respect there. It says he's talking with other city leaders on how they will honor the late baseball Great. Meanwhile, Aaron broke racial barriers through his career and life and that legacy will live on long after his death. I think of Hank Aaron, I think of two words poised and passion. Hey, Karen had an iconic career with over two decades in the major leagues. He'll be remembered for so much more than baseball 117 the truths Dr Ken Harris on what his legacy will be moving forward that when all things occurred around him when the hate and the vitriol he simply But the step forward Melissa Barkley WTMJ NEWS. The Racine County Sheriff's office says three people were found dead inside a home in Rochester Friday. Very unfortunate, tragic news today. Sheriff Christopher Smelling says a man and woman were found inside the garage dead for a significant time. They also found another man dead in the basement. We believe the person responsible for this senseless tragedy. Is the deceased adult located within the basement with what appears to be again a self inflicted gunshot wound. Shayera Smalling as it began with deputies went to the home on North State Street for a welfare check. Milwaukee police investigating what caused a fatal single vehicle accident on the city's north side Friday morning. It's a place on Capitol Drive near 72nd Street, 51 year old man died after his vehicle crashed into.

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