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designs and manufactures switching and protection products for electric power transmission and distribution. i saw multiple s and c employees walking around the property today. their work day obviously impacted by the fire. we are still waiting on an update from the franklin fire chief about what caused the fire and the extent of the damage. reporting live in franklin, madeline anderson fox6 news. we invite you to check out raw video from the scene -- and a photo gallery showing this fire on the home page of our website -- fox six now dot com, or your fox six news mobile app. a 28-year-old man is injured after a shooting on milwaukee's south side. it happened near 24th and orchard just before five this morning. the victim was taken to the hospital and is currently being treated. milwaukee police are looking for
injured his car collides with a tractor-trailer near general mitchell airport this morning. the man was heading west on college avenue when he hit the tractor-trailer-- which was turning left on 6th street. the driver of the car was taken to the hospital with serious injuries. milwaukee police are investigating the crash. the public's invited to give their two cents about a proposal from milwaukee county to charge drivers to pay to park along the lakefront. county executive chris abele wants to charge drivers a dola memorial drive, and nearby locations like the north point parking lot. the revenue would help fill the parks departments two-and-a-half million dollar budget deficit. the public session is tonight from 5:30 to 7:30 at the washington park senior center at 45th and vliet. a man is trying to scale the all-glass face of trump tower
weather expert tom wachs is out on the weather deck with our forecast. tom? mostly clear and muggy tonight with temperatures falling into the 70s. patchy fog is possible overnight. hot and humid on thursday with a chance for afternoon t-storms. highs around 90 with heat indices around 97. thunderstorm chances increase thursday night. we have a continued chance for thunderstorms on friday with a humid high in the middle 80s and heat indices in the mid-90s. dry, but a heat index around 90. cooler and less humid sunday with a high around 80. tonight: mostly clear. patchy fog overnight. low: 72 dewpoint: 70 wind: se 5 mph thursday: heat index: 97. increasing clouds. hot and humid with a chance for afternoon t-storms. higher chances at night. high: 90 dewpoint: 72 wind: se 5-10 mph friday: heat index: 94. breezy, hot and humid with a chance for t-storms. am low: 74 high: 86 dewpoint: 74 wind: wsw
download the fox6 storm center app. it's free and available for apple and android devices. and you'll have instant access to interactive radar and fox6 weather forecast. another day, another ruling on the use of voter i-d at the polls in wisconsin. today, a federal appeals court put a halt to an earlier ruling... that would have allowed wisconsin voters without a photo i-d to sign ?an affidavit.. and cast a ballot in the
said the lower court's decision was likely to be reversed on appeal anyway..... and a change in the current system would cause harm. hillary clinton surges to a double- digit lead over donald trump in wisconsin. that, according to the latest marquette law school poll released today. ted perry in the newsroom to explain the numbers. clinton leads trump by 15 percentage points among people who say they're going to vote in november. up from four percent la conducted since the national conventions last month. and comes at a time of turbulence for the trump campaign. several pundits responded by saying wisconsin is no longer a swing state, but poll director charles franklin isn't ready to hand the state's electoral votes to clinton. it may change between now and november, but where we are right now at a 15 point lead is about where the 2008 election turned out with a 14-point
clinton also widening her lead in pennsylvania, ohio and iowa -- all swing states. more on the numbers -- at 5 and 6. you'll find complete poll results on the home page of our website -- fox six now dot com, or your fox six news mobile app. we have linked to the poll released on july 13th for comparison. donald trump facing a new wave of criticism after comments suggesting second amendment supports could stop hillary clinton from being elected. but, the recent backlash against trump is helping clinton out in a handful of key swing states. fox's joel waldman has the latest from the campaign trail. donald trump hitting two more swing states today .... campaigning in virginia and florida ... but, it's what he said yesterday that still seems to be on
"although the second amendment people, maybe there is." those comments ... leading to backlash from many democrats, some republicans and hillary clinton ... all accusing trump of suggesting "second amendment people" take matters into their own hands ... in order to prevent clinton from becoming president. but, trump strongly rebuking the claim he was advocating for violence against the democratic nominee. trump says: "what we're talking about is political power. there is tremendous political power to save the second amedm you look at the power they have in terms of votes -- and that's what i was referring to, obviously..." hillary clinton, campaigning in iowa today, facing more questions about her private email server ... a conservative watchdog group releasing nearly 300-pages of new emails from the former secretary of state's personal server ... raising new questions about potential conflict of interest between the clinton state department and the clinton foundation ... fitton says: "i'll tell ya, misses clinton
to the american people ...." meantime, the turmoil in both campaigns overshadowing a new batch of polls ... showing clinton taking the lead in key swing states, including florida and ohio ... clinton says: "yesterday we witnessed the latest in long line of casual comments from donald trump ... that crossed the line." waldman on-cam tag says: "when it comes to the upcoming -- and highly anticipated -- general election debates ... hillary clinton has agreed to all three. and while trump has put on record he wants to attnd requested to see the conditions beforehand. in washington, joel waldman, fox news." meanwhile-- donald trump's running mate will be back in wisconsin tomorrow. the campaign announced vice- presidential nominee mike pence will speak in la crosse and milwaukee. he was in wisconsin last friday -- speaking alongside republican presidential nominee donald trump. you can register for tickets for both events on the links page of our website -- just go to fox six now dot com,
app. laying the groundwork for a major development. concrete for the foundation of the northwestern mutual residential tower was poured overnight. the work had to be done in the middle of the night-- because of the temperatures. the cooler weather helps the concrete set properly. once it's all poured, the foundation will be 11-feet thick. a man is trying to scale the all-glass face of trump tower in new york city using suction cups. this is the 58-story building is headquarters to the republican presidential nominee's campaign. he also lives there. parts of the
america. enjoy one by the campfire today... or you can just grab a box of cookies. the girl scouts of america just announced its new girl scout s'mores cookie. the new variety will have two versions -- one includes a crispy graham cookie double dipped in cream icing and a chocolate coating. the other is a crunchy graham sandwich with chocolate and marshmallow filling. the new cookie will be carried in select markets during the
a group in new hampshire is putting the most popular app in the world to good use. it's collecting food for the hungry -- by using the "pokemon go" app. it started as a facebook group -- asking players to bring canned food or cash whenever they would meet up to catch pokemon with the app. they've hosted 2 events so far -- and already collected hundreds of canned foods. the group -- called poke aid, then hands out that food to people in need.the motto is "gotta help em all" -- which is the original pokemon line "gotta catch em all." the idea of paying it forward with pokemon is now spreading -- with new groups forming across new hampshire and even in connecticut. chipotle is trying a new tactic. it's offering discounted or free alcoholic beverages as part of a new happy hour promotion in certain markets across the midwest. they'll have two-for-one beers every thursday from four to eight. this comes as chipotle tries to win back customers after multiple foodborne-illness outbreaks last year.
about 300 restaurants in eight states will offer the deal. and yes, that includes wisconsin. for more information on the deal, head to our website, fox 6 now dot com. a dolphin at sea world in orlando gets up close and personal with a guest. probably a little too close for one woman. the dolphin jumps up, and grabs an i-pad right out of a woman's hands. a park-goer captured the theft you see the dolphin snatching the ipad out of a woman's hand -- and then pull it into the water. the woman was able to get it back right away...but it was a bit waterlogged. and the dolphin appeared to be pretty amused by the whole situation. its a little robot with big personality... and soon youll be able to take him home. rich demuro introduces us to a robotic creature named "cozmo"
humans have been fascinated with the idea of robots for decades.... but so far...there hasnt been a breakout star. that could all change with a tiny robot engineered to be a friendly, even funny little companion. his name... is cozmo. nats... cozmo going near table hes quirky... playful... and even gets angry. nats... getting frustrated 58/cozmo is a little character come to life nats... waking up buy! the latest creation from a company called anki... onkey nats... anki overdrive several years ago they stole the show at an apple event with their first product... smart race cars. nats... cozmo if cozmo reminds you of an animated character from a childrens movie...youve already picked up on the inspiration. 2;29/what we wanted to do was create a character with a level of emotional depth and personality thats never been possible
robot packs a lot into his little body... over 300 components. 7;10/microcontrollers... sensors, cameras, displays...all of these things have to go into him its all powered by an app on your phone... cozmo evolves the more you play with him... first learning to recognize your face... he can play games, interact and even surprise you. 15;36/stacking... oh! ha ha ha... this is part of cozmos personality company co-founder boris sofman says the toy combines his love of robotics... with artifical cut this line 8;03/its the first time we have a team of animators nats...cozmo 22;32/they approach cozmo the same way they would approach the magic of a chacater like shrek, nemo or walle ...where there is a backstory hell even get smarter over time. 23;58/how he is in october is going to be pretty magical but thats just the first step in a long journey of how hes going to evolve what a neat little guy... i want one!
him... you can preorder cozmo now, he is expected to be available in october. more info on the website, rich on tech dot tv. a man is trying to scale the all-glass face of trump tower in new york city using suction cups. this is a live look from new york. the 58-story building is headquarters to the republican presidential nominee's c lives there. parts of the building, including the terraces, are open to the
one many of us grew up with. and it's immortalized with an iconic bronze statue downtown. just ahead -- gino checks in with the cast of "happy days." and the reason you'll find them at the wisconsin here's a live look outside from our camera on top of the moderne building in downtown milwaukee. ad lib what you see weather expert tom wachs
feingold: i'm russ feingold and i approve this message. johnson: i've always said i'll be the calmest guy on my election night. i win either way. narrator: if he loses, senator johnson falls back on the ten million dollar bonus he paid himself as ceo. a big corporate payout for him. ns, he gets another six years to support tax loopholes and bad trade deals that ship jobs overseas. all to benefit corporations and multi-millionaires like him. johnson: i win either way. narrator: if johnson wins, wisconsin loses. we asked u.s. cellular customers to show us all the beautiful places they get coverage with our strong signal. you posted from the seashore. you shared from your hike.
mostly clear and muggy tonight with temperatures fali overnight. hot and humid on thursday with a chance for afternoon t-storms. highs around 90 with heat indices around 97. thunderstorm chances increase thursday night. we have a continued chance for thunderstorms on friday with a humid high in the middle 80s and heat indices in the mid-90s. dry, but humid on saturday with a heat index around 90. cooler and less humid sunday with a high around 80. tonight: mostly clear. patchy
wind: se 5 mph thursday: heat index: 97. increasing clouds. hot and humid with a chance for afternoon t-storms. higher chances at night. high: 90 dewpoint: 72 wind: se 5-10 mph friday: heat index: 94. breezy, hot and humid with a chance for t-storms. am low: 74 high: 86 dewpoint: 74 wind: wsw 10-20 mph "sunday, monday, happy days, tuesday, wednesday, happy days, thursday, friday, happy days, the weekend comes, my cycle hums, ready to race to you." that's right it is a "happy day" -- because the cast of the
via skype from the state fair. ad lib to bite "it doesnt get better than this im not with the bronze fonz im with the real fonz henry winkler how are fonz yesterday he sends his best regards. he does he speaks to you. he im telling you he is so warm he really is. but when you walk up to the statue and there are tourists there and they go wait a minute oh can i have a picture and im like only if i can have one too. i love it because i know i brought mary ann ross ron howard told me that he and he his wife went on a
sent me a picture. ive got a picture of my friend ron with the fonz. and tonight people can come see you at the wisconsin state fair. one of the best fairs in the entire country. im here with my wonderful friends of forty years don who played ralph handsome williams who played potsy and me. fantastic i have a gift for you that i want you to show the audience. take a look at this i bought it at an auction for you. this is one of the first movies i made after happy days. hero. i had a lot of hair at that point that was brownish. let the people know you that you want them to see you tonight. i do. you know what we have a lot of fun a lot of music theres comedy, clips, we have video, memories, and well take questions fro one. thank you henry, always a pleasure. gino. there is no one in milwaukee quite like gino."
when the oil billionaire koch brothers call senator johnson... [ cellphone ringing ] ...what do you think they talk about? how the koch brothers' companies polluted wisconsin, even green bay, or how they spent millions to support johnson as he voted their way 90% of the time and supported special tax breaks for big oil polluters? and the koch brothers talk about, it probably isn't you. edf action is responsible
guilty...but not guilty due to mental disease. that's the ruling against marquis mar-keece johnson, the man who briefly abducted a 7-year-old girl last summer. he's not going to prison but he's still going away for a long time. our a.j. bayatpour explains... abducting her in the way that he did is certainly traumatic for
it as an egregious crime - then 25-year- old marquis johnson picking up a young girl near 17th and highland and running off. the girl is able to break free a short distance away. i'm messed up right now. when it happened, fox 6 talked to tabitha bridges, who was relieved her daughter, andrea, was able to get away. i kicked out his arms and then i ran to my mama, crying and screaming. johnson's grandmother told fox 6 that johnson said he took the girl because he thought she was his. we questioned him and he said he gonna take the little girl because its his da her. actually, johnson has no connection to the girl. in court wednesday, the prosecutor says when johnson stood in a police line-up, he did something else that was disturbing. the defendant took it upon , in this hyper - secure setting, to drop his pants and expose his genitals; the twoine-up saw this. johnson's lawyer says the man is no threat to society - as long as he's on his
harm anyone. he has no control over his impulses when hes unmedicated; i think the doctors are very clear about that. but citing johnson's history of not taking his medicine, the judge hands down the maximum sentence in this case - a commitment of 25 years in a state mental health facility. in milwaukee, a.j. bayatpour, fox 6 news. as part of his sentence, johnson will also have to register as a sex offender. milwaukee police have identified the victim of a homicide on the city's north west side. officials say 25-year-old dorian crawford was shot yesterday morning near 50th and clarke. a family member took him to the hospital where he later died. police continue to investigate. milwaukee police also identifying the victims of a double homicide. officials say 44-year-old billy hill was shot and 25-year-old bennie bennett was stabbed. it happened yesterday morning near 36th and congress. police are still looking for
protest turned into anything but in ferguson last night. you can see here, a protestor in the middle of the street was hit by a car and moments later -- gunfire erupted at the scene of a michael brown commemoration. witnesses say after the speeding car hit the protestor -- others tried to stop the car as it turned around and tried to get away. that's when someone pulled out a gun and shot at the car -- no one was injured. a city spokesman says the female driver is cooperating with police and did not intentionally hit the demonstrator. a justice department investigation into the baltimore police reveals some unconstitutional practices. a report obtained by c-n-n shows disproportionate rates of stopping, searching and arresting african- americans. one man was reportedly stopped 30 times in five years without a single arrest. they also found a pattern of excessive force against juveniles and the mentally impaired. the d-o-j was asked to monitor baltimore's policing methods for more than a year after the 20-15
custody. the report blamed "systemic deficiencies" in training, policies, supervision and accountability. a man is trying to scale the all-glass face of trump tower in new york city using suction cups. this is a live look from new york. the 58-story building is headquarters to the republican presidential nominee's campaign. he also lives there. parts of th the terraces, are open to the public during the day. parts of the building, including the terraces, are open to the
news room with some stories coming up on fox six news at five! thousands of dollars of gas - gone! - and those responsible did it without having to spend a cent. that's the case for one local gas station that was being targeted by a group of crooks - until the owners finally caught them on camera. were able to go unnoticed for so long. also... politics become personal. at five... what caused one state representative to file a restraining order against her rival's husband. those stories and more are about twenty minutes away on fox six news at five. leaders of the u-w college system say they'll be asking for an additional 42- and-a-half million dollars in
the tuition freeze to be lifted. fox 6's kim murphy has more on the proposal, it's new at four. u-w oshkosh is one of 13 four-year universities in the u-w system. "there's only so far we can go before we really start to compromise the quality that our students experience and that they've come to expect." and uw-oshkosh chancellor, andrew leavitt lev-it says each university is struggling with budget cuts and a tuition freeze.lawmakers say the freeze started with the 2013-2015 budget. the freeze was then extended in the 2015-2017 budget, and 250-million system. "the impact of the budget reductions is in full force right now. by the end of this year we would have reduced 140 positions, which is about 10% of our workforce." republican representative dave murphy says giving students a bang for their buck is the priority. "we have to keep costs down. we need to provide people value." but uw system leaders say cutting those costs and freezing tuition harms the resources available to students. leavitt says uw oshkosh lost 7-and- a-half million dollars of funding. "if the uw's budget was fully funded, this would be great
academic support systems that have been depleted because of the budget cuts." "they're going to have to understand that in the future, theyre going to have to work on keeping their budget increases, at or below the rate of inflation if were going to give students the kind of value they deserve." and how do the cuts affect prospective students? "it makes our ability to be competitive with students more difficult if we don't have the resources to do it." "if you make some cuts, could you lose some students? its always possible- but i don't see it as a dramatic problem." kim murphy, fox 6 news. now here's something you can't make -up. a monkey -- loose on a plane. we're learning more about the incident out of las vegas where officials say they found a monkey on an airplane. initial reports said a passenger smuggled the animal onto the frontier airlines flight. now -- airport officials say the monkey was an emotional support service animal -- and the
p it on board. but that doesn't mean other passengers were any less confused. "i don't know. we saw a monkey, and it may have gotten loose on the plane..." "but how does that happen? how do you get a monkey on a plane?" it's still not clear if the monkey actually was running loose on the plane...or just got away from its owner. ad lib about monkey on a plane is running down an airport tarmac plus -- easy ways to save on back-to- school shopping. here's a live look outside right now from our camera on top of the moderne building in downtown milwaukee. ad lib what you see weather expert tom wachs is in
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all-glass face of trump tower in new york city using suction cups. this is a live look from new york. the 58-story building is headquarters to the republican presidential nominee's campaign. he also lives there. parts of the building, including the terraces, are open to the public during the day. ready or not the countdown for back to school is on! in just a matter of weeks, kids will be starting a brand new year. preparation for that starts now! contact 6's katrina cravy is here with a few ways parents can get their kids ready to head back to
the signs have been up for awhile now in stores -- guiding shoppers to the back to school section. but you can't avoid it forever and there's no better time than now to get all those school supplies. thankfully - there are some apps that can save you money. first, redlaser. it helps keep your loyalty points all in one place. and if you have the bar code of a product you need -- it can help you find the best deals -- so you aren't paying more than you need to . then - there's shop-kick. shopkick gives you points just for walking in stores. which can be redeemed fo a if you've got a favorite store to shop, see if they have an app to score extra deals. target has "cartwheel" which gives you exclusive coupons by scanning products in the store. wal-mart has "savings catcher" -- which will scan your receipt and find the lowest advertised price.. and office depot has an app -- that will find weekly deals and coupons. now - some people prefer to get their shopping done at home. there's plenty of places to grab school supplies online - including the
i took a tour inside amazon's fufillment center in kenosha last month as it prepared for the back to school season. workers and even robots were busy getting orders out the door for people across the country. while there's a lot going on inside the warehouse - amazon has made it simple for shoppers to find all their school supplies this year. "we've actually curated a site amazon.com/backtoschool. it has all of the most popular back to school items. so, it's all in one place you don't have to go searching throughout the whole site tf during my trip at amazon - i was given a ton of recommendations for helpful items you can add to your school supplies list this year. we'll show you all of those tonight -- on fox 6 news at ten. for now - brad and stephanie back to you... as always -- if you've got a consumer story idea or issue for katrina and the contact 6 team - you can let them know! just call the number on your screen or fill out a form on the contact 6 page at fox6now-dot-com. a tornado touches down in the
first time in nearly a decade. the national weather service in chicago tweeting out this picture yesterday. the landspout touched down near midway airport yesterday afternoon. tom wachs is on the weather deck. with temperatures falling into the 70s. patchy fog is possible overnight. hot and humid on thursday with a chance for afternoon t-storms. highs around 90 with heat indices around 97. thunderstorm chances increase thursday night. we have a continued chance for thunderstorms on friday with a humid high in the middle 80s and
a heat index around 90. cooler and less humid sunday with a high around 80. tonight: mostly clear. patchy fog overnight. low: 72 dewpoint: 70 wind: se 5 mph thursday: heat index: 97. increasing clouds. hot and humid with a chance for afternoon t-storms. higher chances at night. high: 90 dewpoint: 72 wind: se 5-10 mph friday: heat index: 94. bre chance for t-storms. am low: 74 high: 86 dewpoint: 74 wind: wsw 10-20 mph saturday: heat index: 90. partly sunny, still warm and humid. am low: 70 high: 85 dewpoint: 70 wind: nw 5-10 mph sunday: mostly sunny, cooler and less humid. am low: 65 high: 80 dewpoint: 64 wind: nw 5-10 mph monday: mostly sunny. am low: 63 high: 78 dewpoint: 62 wind: se 5-10 mph tuesday: mostly sunny. am low: 62 high:
mph a new study says millions of americans may be exposed to unsafe drinking water. chemicals from everyday products could be the cause. our mary stoker smith joins us with more a new harvard study found unsafe levels of industrial chemicals in water samples across the country. those specific chemicals are actually more common than you probably think. they're used to make things like food
but when ingested, they can cause health problems. studies have linked the chemicals to high cholesterol, obesity, even cancer. the e-p-a says the primary makers of two of the main chemicals phased out their production years ago. the highest levels of those samples were near industrial sites, military bases and wastewater treatment plants. flu season is right around the corner, and many kids may have some fears when it comes to getting their new alternatives to conventional numbing can help kids get over those fears. this buzzy bee cold pack is one option. the bee can be used as an alternative to topical numbing medication, which takes 20 minutes to take effect .... while a child's anxiety over getting the shot grows. gaughen says: "you barely feel it, like, you feel nothing." winterhalter says: "it's to sort of scramble the pain response that your body feels, so you feel the cold and the buzzing and not necessarily the pain
every child is different, so one technique might work really well for one, and not be as effective for others. parents should talk to their pediatrician's office and make a plan before their appointment! that way, the whole team is on the same page... when it's time to get a flu shot. back to you guys... people living near tucson, arizona are dealing with heavy rains and flooding. the hardest hit areas saw two inches of rain fall in just a few hours. at least eight people had to be rescued from flood waters, and dozens of vehicles were stranded in high waters. this rainfall is partially related to tropical storm javier that's battering the mexican coast. the national weather service has issued a flash flood watch until
remember the fear of paying four dollars a gallon for gas? that may be a thing of the past. gas prices are expected to drop below two dollars a gallon this fall... and stay there through the winter. the u-s energy department made the prediction. mostly due to the long slump in oil prices and the switch to the winter blend of gasoline... which is cheaper to make. right now -- the national average is 2-12. the wisconsin state fair is known for a number of unique things. perhaps most of all, its food. year's state fair food
wisconsin state fair is home to some unique and unusual foods. but every year - level, and this year is no exception. with it being the fair's fourth annual "sporkies food competition" -- eight out of 26 entries were tasted by a panel of judges today -- until only the top three remained. and those were -- the deep fried old fashioned taking third place, klement's famous racing sausage corn dog came in second... and the winner was sprecher's "everything root beer float cake". fox six's angelica duria helped judge the
spicy where it would be really terrific if you had a large glass of wisconsin milk to pair with it? oh, that would be amazing." a fourth golden spork award was given to the favorite food of fairgoers who voted on social media. that award also being given to the second place winner -- the racing sausage corn dog. and for that first place sprecher winner? over a dozen feet of bragging rights! .a 13-foot "spork trophy". good evening. we are following breaking news at 5-- after a large industrial fire erupts in franklin this afternoon. no one was injured... but crews remain on the scene six hours later. fox6's madeline anderosn is live
flames. the fire started in this building behind me owned by s and c electric company. i'm told crews will be out here for probably another half hour. they're currently still assessing the situation as it relates to air quality and safety issues. you'll see though... it appears as though the actual fire is out at this time. take a look at video we shot earlier today. a large cloud of black smoke pours out of one side of the responding to the scene. all employees were evacuated.and no one was hurt. on it's website... s and c says it is a chicago based company that designs and manufactures switching and protection products for electric power transmission and distribution. again... we're expected to learn more information once fire fighters clear the scene in about a half hour. reporting live in franklin.. madeline anderson
we invite you to check out raw video from the scene -- and a photo gallery showing this fire on the home page of our website -- fox six now dot com, or your fox six news mobile app. one firefighter was injured fighting an apartment fire in sheboygan falls. officials responded to the call on happy lane near falls parc drive just after 11. the two story apartment building was engulfed in flames when they arrived.p was unoccupied at the time. they say the cause of the fire is being investigated-- but appears to be accidental. we are following breaking news out of new york.. a man is trying to scale the all-glass face of trump tower in new york city using suction cups. this is a live look .. police officers have smashed windows and broken through ventilation ducts to try and stop his progress. officers are also trying to