Top stories on Week of March 6

Posted at 8:09 AM, Mar 11, 2016

It's been a busy week. You may have kept up with all the news or you may have missed some.

To help, here's a look back at the top five stories on for the week of March 6 based on your clicks:

1. A lot of you seem to be fans of the show "Pawn Stars" on the History Channel. The top viewed story this week was about one of its stars, Chumlee, being arrestedafter police raided his home.

2. There was a triple homicide on Milwaukee's southwest side on Sunday, March 6. We spoke to the sister of one of the victims who talked about the struggles the family was going through and how they had just moved to the building they were killed at to be in a safer neighborhood.

3. The initial report from the triple homicide scene revealed that a suspect had been arrested at the scene.

4. SNL poked fun at Fond du Lac in a skit last weekend. Host Jonah Hill paired up with regular cast member Cecily Strong to form an anchor team for the fictional news operation WLFD (Wisconsin accents included). 

5. There was a double homicide on Milwaukee's south side on Saturday, March 5. Police believe a woman found dead of a self-inflicted gunshot is responsible for fatally shooting her stepmother and her 12-year-old stepbrother.