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never forget. my mom is here and daughters are here. the fans, i can't say enough. it was overwhelming. >> they were on l feet chanting your name every at bat. what was it like that one last time? >> it was overwhelming. i disappointed a lot of people and it feels good. >> your emotions right now. went out with double. are you disappointed, relieved, happy, sad? >> i'm relieved and i'm happy. we end today winning three -- end it winning three in a row. the ceremony before the game was incredible. any time i get to share moments with my mother and two daughters it is incredible. >> how odd to leave this team in the middle of a pennant race. >> it's getting fun now.
and will be watching. tonight was about the fans. and to see a stadium packed like this. it's been a while and it has been a lot of fun. >> after what happened tonight, after everything in this stadium, you imagine yourself wearing another uniform? >> right now is all about tonight. these pin stripes are the best. >> alex, thank you. congratulations. back to you. started off with thunderstorms during the ceremony and rbi double and the rodriguez family here. the yankees win tonight 6-3 over the rays. this night was about alex rodriguez. we have seen him as a mariner, started off as an 18-year-old and continueed with texas with the biggest deal this game has seen. and then the pin stripes in '04, a world series in '09.
the, alex rodriguez his final game of his yankees career and maybe his major league career. you witnessed it tonight. it was a fun one from the bronx. thank you for watching. tonight a halbach murder case. why a federal judge overturned brendan dassey's conviction. also... bad blood for a group of milwaukee businesses. the one thing they say is preventing them from opening
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now on fox 6 news.... conviction overturned. today, a federal judge threw out brendan dassey's murder conviction in the death of teresa halbach. tonight... we have reaction to the verdict... what comes next for dassey... and his uncle, steven avery. brendan dassey was a teen when he was found guilty of murder -- but he could soon leave prison a it's a case that gained national attention from the "making a murderer" documentary. fox 6's ashley sears is live in the newsroom with more. dassey could be free in 90 days--after a federal court overturned his conviction. a judge says he was coerced into a confession. it is a case thrust into the national spotlight-- the netflix documentary "making
halbach and the convictions of steven avery and his nephew brendan dassey. nats the case sparked protests-- nats and calls for the convictions to be thrown out. friday-- after years of appeals--a federal judge overturns dassey's conviction ruling investigators made false promises to him during his interview and his confession was coerced. the ruling states '...he did not seem to grasp the serion matter...' dassey was just 16 years old when he was arrested. once he was in custody--he confessed to helping his uncle rape and murder halbach. 57:48 his lawyer wasnt there, he was prompted, he was promised things, he had very clear mental limitations. former wisconsin supreme court justice janine geske says the video confession raised red flags. 54:14 more people, legal observers, that saw it, i think
interrogation happened. dassey is represented by two attorneys from northwestern law's cernter on wrongful convictions of youth-- they released a statement saying in part: "dr. martin luther king said that the arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice. it has taken a decade but the law is finally bending toward justice in the case of brendan dassey." dassey is currently serving his prison sentence at columbia correctional wisconsin. the court has ordered that he be freed from prison within 90 days... unless there is an appeal or the case is retried. steph thanks ashley so what about steven avery? how does this ruling affect his case? that's what our ben handelman has been trying to find out. avery's lawyer seemed thrilled sending optimistic tweets. ben -- good evening guys. steven avery
killing teresa halbach. whether or not this is a game changer for his case--- depends who you ask. brendan dassey's conviction is overturned. a judge ruling his controversial confession was coerced by investigators. among those celebrating-- the lawyer for steven avery. attorney kathleen zellner tweeting "justice for brendan as another law enforcement fabricated confession bites the dust. convicting the innocent foiled by an unbiased court." ruling, now means for her client. i'm hopeful steven avery is next. avery's former lawyer jerry buting spoke to us by phone. buting and former attorney dean strang have convinced millions who've watched the netflix documentary making a murderer their client was innocent. those yet unswayed-- a jury, and appeals judges. friday's ruling may not lead to a new trial for avery. the main reason--- dassey's controversial confession video thrown out by a judge friday, was not used in trial to help
was not used at stephens trial. the jury questioners made it clear that 99% of the jurors believed he was guilty and that was largely based on the false narrative. buting says what will give avery a chance, the jury relied on dassey's now tossed timeline of events. and it was not the truth. it was infact refuted by all the physical evidence which proved it could not it happened. avery's new attorney writing "brendan's opinion shows cops made up crime story. steven's will show cops made up crime evidence-- end-in- sight. we asked attorneys if they thought all of the attention from the netflix series may have had an effect in today's ruling. everyone we talked to believed this ruling would have happened regardless if a series was made or not.
institution. read the complete judge's ruling on brendan dassey -- and see all of our coverage on this case on our website -- just go to fox 6 now dot com. tonight, milwaukee police are investigating a deadly shooting on the city's north side. the shooting happened near sherman and burleigh, around 6 o'clock tonight. police say a 33 year old man was driving south on sherman when he was shot. after the shooting - his car collided with another car. the man who was shot was taken to the ho other car suffered minor injuries. police say they are still trying to figure out what lead up to the shooting. the kenosha man accused of helping his sister with a deadly shooting will face trial. derrick matthews was in court today, where a judge ruled there is enough evidence for a trial on charges of first degree intentional homicide. prosecutors say he provided the gun that was used in the murder of michael gayan. the victim was killed on july fourth, but his decomposing body was not found until july 26th. investigators
the victim, and is the person who actually pulled the trigger. milwaukee police are investigating a fatal hit and run on the city's northwest side. police are searching for a small dark colored suv who struck a woman near 91st and appleton last night. 64-year-old mary wills was hit walking in the croswalk at the intersection. emergency crews tired life saving efforts but she died on the scene. whoever you are that did this please come o yourself in have a heart. according to the medical examiner the driver was speeding. witnesses say they saw the suv slow down then hop the curb as the driver tried to getaway. anyone with infoormation is asked to call police. chaos in cudahy this morning. it all started when cudahy police tried to stop two cars driving recklessly. that led to a police pursuit... where a police s-u-v crashed into a pickup truck. one of the cars originally involved in the
hitting a traffic signal. we have three, stolen vehicles in impound. we have six suspects in custody. so, well see where the investigation takes us, from here. police say they are trying to determine the identity of all six of the suspects in custody. police say some of those might be under the age of 18. there is also new information about a crash involving a milwaukee police squad car. police say a squad turn in front of their car... near mlk and clarke. a third car stopped at the light was also hit. two police officers and several people in the other cars were taken to the hospital - although all of the injuries are minor. the driver of the car that turned left was cited for failing to yield the right of way. we finally got some rain today. some people even saw quite a bit of it. tom wachs is in the weather office. weather flash flood watch in
thunderstorms with locally heavy rain will continue this evening before tapering off overnight. temperatures will fall into the upper 60s by sunrise. mostly cloudy with a chance for a few isolated showers saturday and a high around 80. mostly sunny on sunday with a high in the low-to-mid 80s. dewpoints will drop from the upper 60s saturday into the mid 60s sunday. tonight: showers and thunderstorms. locally heavy rain. low: 68 dewpoint: 68 w saturday: mostly cloudy with a chance for an isolated shower. high: 80 dewpoint: 69 wind: nw
download the fox six storm center app. it's free for apple and android devices. the packers finally got to kick off their preseason tonight... taking on the browns at lambeau field. the game wrapped up just a few minutes ago, with the packers getting the win, 17 to 11. we'll have a complete look at the game coming up in sports. fans at the game got to see a lot of new players on the field. but that's not the only thing thats new at lambeau this
some green bay traditions remain unchanged - like saving a few bucks by parking on someones front lawn. but this is a new experience for gretchen leanna. im just excited to do it period because ive never been here, and also, its also kind of exciting because weve got a little one on the way and so its kind of his first game and my first game. by the way - thats a non-alcholic beer shes got so dont worry. even for those whove been coming for 40 years, tailgaing at lambeau is still a thrill. a friend of mine asked if i would like to go and see did. ever since then, ive been packer fan. oh, this is great. we wouldnt miss it, we just like to come up to see the game, the stadium, and the people around us. the marzahls from burlington make friends with the shahs from milwaukee. that happens when youre sharing a prime lawn spot. theyll also share the first experience of going through metal detectors at lambeau field. new in 2016 -the detectors are at every game. but with an express lane for fans without bags or stadium seats, the couples say they arent worried. i just went to state fair park
here. weve got plenty of time. its part of the whole thing; you kind of know it going in. it takes a while getting in but its alright. the metal detectors were in place for family night but of course, this is the first time theyre be used for a game. it is n-f-l policy this year for every stadium to have metal detectors at every gate. the best advice, as you might guess, travel light and line up early. live at lambeau field, a.j. bayatpour, fox 6 wisconsin is getting more time in the political spotlight. coming up - when donald trump will be back in the badger state - and where he'll be speaking in milwaukee. plus - they paid their rent, but can't open their doors. a fox 6 exclusive with business owners who are speaking out against a local landlord. break you are watching fox 6 news at
hannity tuesday at the pabst theater. he is also planning a rally that night in west bend. trump was just in wisconsin one week ago - when he held a rally in green bay. in addition to the public events... trump is also planning to hold fundraisers in milwaukee and la crosse. however, some high profile state republicans will not be joining him. governor walker says he will be in colorado for a republican governor's panel... while house speaker paul ryan says he will be on a trip with his family. her 2015 tax returns. her campaign says the clintons paid a federal tax rate of 34 percent last year. they also gave more than a million dollars to charity... most of that going to the clinton family foundation. presidential candidates traditionally release their tax returns - although donald trump has refused to do so, saying he won't do so until his audit by the irs is complete. several local business owners say they paid a landlord to rent space in his buildings. the landlord took money, they say, and left them holding the
this fox6 exclusive there's not a lot of business going on at this commercial buildng near 38th and villard. i've rented from this guy but there's plenty of outrage from business owners. he's running electricity from a private residence to a commercial building lorenzo williams says he signed a lease to open his tax business here with a promise from the landlord, williams identifies as mike dykeman, that the office would be ready he never finished anything he was going to do.so i stopped taking my calls. he won't give me back my money. another would be tenant, sparkle riley showed up and is confronting a man who says he's with the company he's a good person. no he's not it's a misunderstanding no he's not a good person riley says she paid a couple thousand dollars to rent this building on hopkins from the same landlord. she had plans to open a daycare but the building was not brought
payments. she says she was supposed to take occupancy april first. i never had anyone gangster me out of my money like this and this is what this guy is doing. he's gangstering the community our of their money some mps students ... spending time in the stable. stone horse farm in franksvillefor the week -- completing 20 hours of community service. it's one of the options for high schoolers in the district ...to fulfill a graduation requirement. the horses are rescues...and they provide therapy to adults and children with physical and mental disabilities...as well as veterans. for the students...it is an opportunity to do something out of their comfort zone. "theyve really gotten to stretch themselves by being in an environment that is so different from
same graduation requirement... by passing an online course... or passing a class that includes a service learning experience. adlib to weather weather flash flood watch in effect until 12am for all of se wi scattered thunderstorms with locally heavy rain will continue this evening before tapering off overnight. temperatures will sunrise. mostly cloudy with a chance for a few isolated showers saturday and a high around 80. mostly sunny on sunday with a high in the low-to-mid 80s. dewpoints will drop from the upper 60s saturday into the mid 60s sunday. tonight: showers and thunderstorms. locally heavy rain. low: 68 dewpoint: 68 wind: ne 5-10
high: 80 dewpoint: 69 wind: nw 5-10 mph sunday: mostly sunny. am low: 65 high: 83 dewpoint: 65 wind: w 5-10 mph monday: partly sunny. am low: 66 high: 84 dewpoint: 66 wind: s 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny. am low: 66 high: 83 dewpoint: 67 wind: s 5-10 mph wednesday:partly sunny with a chance high: 83 dewpoint: 67 wind: sw 5-10 mph thursday: partly sunny with a chance for thunderstorms. am low: 68 high: 85 dewpoint: 66