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canton, ohio. our ted perry spoke to disappointed fans-- tim van vooren got reaction from the teams. they join us now live. roll cue to vo: on the field before the game." roll cue to sot: why the decision was made." "i'm not going to get into the specifics and, frankly, it's not my expertise. it's was a
and once again i thought the hall of fame committee, particularly david baker, did the right thing." "both the league and the players association looked at the field and viewed it playable and it was fine and then there was some painting that occurred that was a very unusual situation. so we're going to vet it through and we certainly are going to look at. we're disappointed
in what had to be the worst kept secret of the night—the hall of fame game was canceled more than an hour before kickoff but there was no sign or mention of that near or around the stadium. nobodys been told anything. fans were still being allowed in, which left a lot of fans in limbo about whether they should come im not getting a refund if i go through those gates who told you that? no one. but i just feel like if i use my tickets, im not getting anything back why fans were let into the stadium? as soon as we found out...first of all we had to find a solution where we could control the security. we thought about having a fanfest. i talked to both teams and coaches and we
midfield, let me show you where the problem is. where you see the paint, its rock hard and this is gummy. this is slick. you can see why this would be a problem with the footing the potential for injury is just too great. fans will get full refunds; they scrambled to find some kind of entertainment. but for fans this wants enough. what should they have done? they should have alerted everyone and told them right
we'll have much more from canton-- coming up tonight on the fox6 sports blitz. it starts immediately after this newscast at 10:35. or to take a look back at the entire weekend-- we invite you to head to the "links" page on fox 6 now dot com or the fox6 news mobile app. transcript of favre's induction speech. now to our big story tonight-- who killed eric benson? three years after his death... family members are still left with many questions. each year they mark the anniversary of his passing by marching through the streets of milwaukee... stopping in front of the house where he was gunned down. fox6s bret lemoine explains why this year... their cries are even louder. bb 'not one day goes by - not a minute, not a second - go by that i dont think about my son.' nat 'no justice, no peace.' bb 'he was a sweet son. he was a son that anyone would love to
milwaukee... a family begs for closure. rb 'we just want justice. were looking for who killed him so - thats basically it. we want someone to come forward with some information.' on august 2-nd, 20-13, 25-year old eric benson was gunned down in front of this house near 50-th and hope. tj 'he was shot six times. one in the head, the other five were in other parts of his body.' remains unsolved... bensons killer... still at large.... and many questions.... yet to be answered. rb 'somebody just needs to come forward. yeah.' bensons mother and sisters march to not only heal their wounds... but also to support bensons three year old daughter, emonnee. eb 'love him so much.' she was just a baby when her dad died... her life... bl 'who is that on your t-shirt?' eb 'my daddy.' ...now incomplete. but as the family releases balloons... and passes out fliers offering a reward for information that leads to an arrest... theres still hope. bb 'i know someone is out there. if they could just take their mind back to august 2nd, 2013 and come forth with the information
the family is offering a 5- thouasnd dollar reward for any information that leads to an arrest. reporting live at mpd hq, bl, fox6 news. the family of 3-year-old jayda handy is still reeling. car and killed at her birthday party. it happened around 2 saturday afternoon on the city's northwest side. family tells fox 6 the little girl was excited her grandfather had arrived. she ran across the street at 84th and marion to greet him-- and was hit by a passing vehicle. handy was taken to the hospital where she died from her injuries. her father says he is heartbroken. she was just a happy baby. always happy. always happy. everybody loved her.
birthday party because they say that's what the little girl would've wanted. police say the driver stayed on the scene and is cooperating with the investigation. in the wake of their own tragedy a sheboygan falls family is giving back. a fire took the lives of three of their children. the family home-- destroyed. the community wrapped its arms around the family-- new at 10-- fox 6's ashley sears explains how they plan to pay it forward. it's a place that once saw tragedy-- the corner of bemis and western-- pots--occupy the land that one family hopes continues to see love. 23:40 its humbling and a great honor. in late january-- fire ripped through a home here-- nats taking the lives of 11-year-old natalie martin, 7-year-old carter maki, and 10- year-old ben martin. nats: vigil thh sheboygan falls community wrapped its arms around the makis-
29:33 when despair really wouldve held back a lot of families, they saw the gift and saw the blessing and are committed to paying it forward. the makis have donated the land where that house once sat-- giving it to habitat for humanity. 24:44 their wish is in the future to provide opportunity and when they drive by to see another family and children playing in the yard in the future. habitat will now search for a ne bringing happiness back to a place that once held so many memories. ashley sears, fox6 news. habitat for humanity won't start building until a new family is chosen for the property. they expect to break ground next summer. quite the scare in whitefish bay this afternoon. we're told a couple in their 80's fell about 50 feet down the bluff near henry clay and lake drive. the man was able to climb back up-- his wife could not. the north shore fire department used a pulley system to help her. we're told their injuries are
love. that's what's been going on all weekend at the sikh temple in oak creek. it is the spot where four years ago a gunman shot and killed six people and wounded four. fox6's myra sanchick has the latest on how that temple has healed. the prayers and meals that go on this weekend at the sikh temple in oak creek could have been similar to how it looked four years ago. that's when a gunman opened fire, killing six and wounding four turning the gun on himself.but hope came out of tragedy. outside people from different faiths , different congregations , different races, different color, different backgrounds, different people from all areas have come and supported us everytime. every moment. we have gone to their communities as well and we have shared our love with them with every anniversary of the sikh temple shooting there are other shootings at other places adding to the list of tragedies. we see shootings happen like charleston
side with all those shooting victims and say we are all here to support you. this is a personal loss which happened four years ago to us. we give back the support and love of those randomly killed inside the temple four years ago , three were priests, two were volunteers, and a sixth was the temples founder. live in the newsroom myra sanchick fox6 news mattress can double in weight over 5 years. why? dead skin cells... sweat... and dust mites to name a few. coming up in tonight's contact 6 report-- when it's time to start thinking about buying a new bed. plus-- the courts have gone back and forth. what you need in order to vote this tuesday. a very summer-like week ahead for se wi. details on increasing humidity
and if you don't have one it's not to late to go to the d-m-v and apply. the dmv will not give you an id, they give out receipts. on this receipt it your picture and your information stamped on that receipt is good for voting purposes only. for the november 8th general election ... you will still need to bring a ph don't have one ... you can sign an affidavit at your polling place that will allow you to vote. how old is your mattress?? if you don't know - it may be time to think about getting new one... in tonight's contact 6 report - katrina cravy shows you how to find the mattress of your dreams. "this is a product really that youre spending 8-10 hours a day on, now with laptops were probably spending more time on our bed" could your sweet dreams be cultivating a hygenic nightmare?
say some mattresses doubled in weight over 5 years " heavier because they are said to be saturated with multiple pounds of dead skin cells... sweat... oil .. and dust mites. "it's not something that you can really stick in a washing machine so we really think between 5 to 7 years is an ideal time to start shopping for a new mattress." but choosing the right slumber pad isnt as simple as counting sheep. "consumers first really need to identify what kind of main mattress support system that they like" if you're not sure - the better sleep council recommends foll s.l.e.e.p. method. -select a mattress -lie down how your normal sleep -evaluate the level of comfort and support -educate yours about each selection and partners should test beds together. once you've chose a new mattress you may be wondering how to do out with the old. instead of making it a street eye sore -- consider calling a junk removal service
remember -- if you have a consumer issue or an investigation -- call the number on your screen or file a complaint on the contact 6 page at fox 6 now dot com. partly cloudy tonight with a low temperature in the middle 60s lakeside, will quickly rise into the middle and upper 80s for most of the upcoming work week. humidity levels will also increase with dewpoints in the
high: 88 dewpoint: 71 wind: s-se 5-10 mph thursday: partly sunny, hot and humid with the chance for t-storms. am low: 72 high: 88 dewpoint: 73 mostly cloudy, hot and humid with the chance for t-storms. am low: 71 high: 86 dewpoint: 70 wind: wsw 5-10 mph saturday: mostly cloudy and cooler with the chance for
high: 80 dewpoint: 62 wind: n 5-10 mph partly cloudy tonight with a low temperature in the middle 60s lakeside, around 60 inland. temperatures will quickly rise into the middle and upper 80s for most of the levels will also increase with dewpoints in the upper 60s and low 70s. our next chance for t-storms will be late thursday into friday and saturday. tonight: partly cloudy. low: 65 dewpoint: 60 wind: ne 2-4 mph monday: mostly sunny. high: 81 dewpoint: 61 wind: se 5-10 mph tuesday: mostly sunny. am low: 68 high:
mph wednesday:mostly sunny, hot and humid. am low: 70 high: 88 dewpoint: 71 wind: s-se 5-10 mph thursday: partly sunny, hot and humid with the chance for t-storms. am low: 72 high: 88 dewpoint: 73 wind: s 5-10 mph friday: mostly cloudy, hot and humid with the chance for t-storms. am low: 71 high: 86 dewpoint: 70 wind: wsw 5-10 mph saturday: mostly cloudy and cooler with the chance for t-storms. am low: 68 high: 80 dewpoint: 62 wind: n 5-10 mph beginning of the 2016 season. but a little paint got in the way and changed everything. when we come back, we'll go live to canton with tim van vooren to put all of this into perspective. it won't be like
we were supposed to be talking about the packers and their first preseason game of the year right now. we are still talking about the packers. but there was no game to look back on. tim van vooren is live tonight in canton where the game was supposed to be played. tim, what happened and how did it happen? tim talks about hall of fame game being canceled and leads
fans. tim adlibs and tosses back to brandon tim adlibs and tosses back to brandon in phoenix, there were no problems with chase field as the brewers and diamondbacks were playing the rubber game of their 3 game series. and jonathan villar continues to play excellent baseball. after walking, stealing and then
through in a big way in the 3rd, a solo home run, his 9th of the year, giving the brewers a 2-0 lead. but then it was almost all diamondbacks, jake lamb with a 2 run bomb helps arizona take the game and the series. the final is 9-3. the brewers come home to take on the braves tomorrow. on tuesday, the brewers will welcome back wily peralta as he will take the place of junior guerra who has inflammation in his arm. there is a chance he will go on the 15 day disabled list. it was a magical moment at coors field this afternoo tripled in the 7th inning. the hit is his 3000th of his career, making him the 30th player to reach the milestone. he's the oldest player to get his 3000th hit at 42, but he didn't make his debut in the big leagues until he was 27. in san diego, it was another rare moment as the phillies turn a triple play in the 7th inning. jabari blash grounds to 3rd and it ends up being an around the horn triple play, the first triple play in petco park history. in new york, it wasn't something
off. today, alex rodriguez and the yankees announced his final game will be friday after 22 years in the big leagues. he has 696 career home runs. he'll become a special advisor for the yankees. he was the last player to shoot a 59 on the pga tour. today, jim furyk did something bigger. at the traveler's championship in cromwell, connecticut he shot a pga tour record 58. no player in the approximately 613,000 rounds in pga tour history had ever gone so low his amazing round on sunday. he went out with a 27 and came home with a 31 tapping in for par on 18 to secure the best round in pga tour history. he will forever be known as mr. 58.
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year. i'm tom pipines joined by brandon cruz. tim van vooren is live in canton, ohio where the hall of fame game between the packers and indianapolis colts was suppose to happen tonight but was canceled. and it's all because of the