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help nothing. yall burning down shit we need in our community. dont bring the violence here and the ignorance here. now at 4:30... a community-- looking for peace as the violence continues for the we have a full recap of the ongoing unrest in our city. good morning and thanks for starting your day with wakeup. lets go straight to our fox6 weather expert rob haswell in the weather office. partly sunny on monday with a high in the low-to-mid 80s, coolest by the lake. clouds will increase late in the day with a slim chance for rain in racine/kenosha monday night. mostly cloudy on tuesday with a chance for t-storms and a high in the low 80s. thunderstorm chances continue wednesday with a high in the middle 80s. expect dewpoints in the middle-to-upper 60s over the next 6 days, so we will feel that humidity in the air. monday: partly sunny. high: 82
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tuesday: mostly cloudy with a chance for t-storms. am low: 67 high: 81 dewpoint: 68 wind: ese 5-10 mph protesters take to the streets for the second night in a row. milwaukee police officers-- working through the night trying to disperse the crowds. i hearby declare this assembly unlawful. i order you to disperse . refusal to disperse will be in vio statute 947.06. if you do not disperse immediately, you will be arrested. that was the message delivered to protesters throughout the night as they gathered-- at some times getting violent. it all came following saturday's officer- involved shooting. police say they stopped two people in a car. when the two ran-- police chased them... during the chase, an officer
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smith-- who was reportedly armed with a hand gun. we have team coverage for you this morning... julie collins joins us live at sherman and burleigh-- near the b-p gas station that was burned down saturday night. derica williams joins us live at the police administration building. we start with julie... this morning the sherman park neighborhood is quiet. but it was a different sc a group of people were gathered in the streets near sherman and burleigh. officers were in riot gear and lined the streets to keep things under control. just before 11 last night people in the crowd began throwing rocks and officers were in riot gear and lined the streets to keep things under
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throwing rocks and other objects and firing shots. one shooting victim was rushed to the hospital. it was an 18-year old man with a serious gunshot wound. and a milwaukee police officer was also taken to the hospital after a rock thrown near sherman and burleigh broke the squad cars windshield. police did make multiple arrests in that same area. there was also a car fire near 45th and hadley around two this morning. the car was fully engulfed when police told the crowd to leave the area around 2:30 this morning... and things quieted down after that. the wisconsin national guard was activated on sunday... but they were not deployed to this area overnight. julie thank you... we now continue our team coverage with derica williams -- who joins us live from the
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restoring order. law enforcement is out in full force this morning after perpetrators looted, set fire and shot at people over the last 36 hours. last night milwaukee police deployed 150 officers all part of the major incident response team. mayor barrett says they are using all police resources - with officers working overtime, those who had the day off were called in after this weekends unrest left six north side businesses burned. eight police vehicles bullets or fire.a 16 year old girl is recovering after a stray bullet hit her. four cops were hit with concrete or flying glass. the milwaukee county sheriff's office has also been assisting to restore order and keep people safe. after a request from milwaukee county sheriff david clarke, governor scott walker has activated 125 members of the national guard to milwaukee. 38:47 its about being prepared for the worst. you hope for the
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worst; and if you never need all these, fantastic sunday, clarke and milwaukee police chief ed flynn clarke said they each have the authority to make that request calling it insurance. so far 4 officers have been hurt all have been released from the hospital. 17 people were arrested. they all had prior criminal records. and the mayor says he's prepared to enact a curfew if necessary. the night started out calm-- with many calling for peace. angelica joins us from the newsroom with more. a group of several hundred people marched from the charred b-p gas station to the intersection of 44th and auer. they held a vigil in the street.. near where syville smith was fatally shot by
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group chanted and lit candles... calling on the community to hold officers accountable who shoot and kill citizens... but also calling on the citizens to protest in a peaceful manner. among the group... smiths sisters. they talked of their pain and heartache... their and frustrations surrounding their brothers death... and the violence this weekend. at the end of the day, acting out aint gonna solve it. aint gonna solve nothing for sylville. many in the crowd say those who become violent do not represen and residents protesting. nicole and jessob. back to you. weve learned that sylville smith was a father. smith's father was among those who cleaned up the debris left behind by the protesters. he says he feels somewhat responsible for what happened to his son. our a-j bayatpour has more. as the sun rises on sherman park sunday, volunteers clean up the debris from saturdays riot. among them, rochelle moore, who says she recalls a martin luther king march from her childhood amid
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see this is still going on. as neighbors discuss the previous night, patrick smith arrives at the scene. his son, 23-year-old sylville smith, is the suspect shot dead saturday, sparking the violent outbursts. yall guys, you gotta wake up, yall got to sit them drugs down and put them pistols down and get together and show em we smart too. smith says he takes some responsibility for his sons death. theyre looking at their dad like hes doing all these things. i just got out of jail probably two months ago but ive been going back-and-forth in jail and they see these things so id like to this is the role model they look up to. smith joins city officials in calling for cooler heads on sunday. stay away from this area. lets calm things down. we are going to have an opportunity through the investigation to find out what happened. right now, the city is not identifying the officer who shot smith, saying threats have been made against him. police say the officer has three years of experience - all with
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is african-american himself. back at sherman park, moore says it feels like the late 60s all over again. this retaliation and anger and violence? thats not the way. i was there with martin luther king so this is not the answer. smiths family tells us he leaves behind a son and a daughter. court records show smith was charged last year with recklessly endangering safety and witness intimidation. however, those charges were both two years ago, he pleaded guilty to illegally carrying a concealed weapon - a misdemeanor. stick with fox six news for the latest on the unrest in our city. you'll find a collection of our coverage on the links page at fox six now dot com -- including photo galleries of the damage. if you drive the zoo interchange this morning. you'll want to know about a major ramp closure that begins today. details on how long its expected to last ahead. then severe flooding in southern louisiana. how many people have been rescued from their homes... and what the
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promoted a security scare and the evacuation of a terminal....
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partly sunny on monday with a high in the low-to-mid 80s, coolest by the lake. clouds will increase late in the day with a slim chance for rain
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tuesday with a chance for t-storms and a high in the low 80s. thunderstorm chances continue wednesday with a high in the middle 80s. expect dewpoints in the middle-to-upper 60s over the next 6 days, so we will feel that humidity in the air. monday: partly sunny. high: 82 dewpoint: 67 wind: e 5-10 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy with a chance 81 dewpoint: 68 wind: ese 5-10 mph new york police haven't found evidence of a shooting near a local airport after several reports of shots fired. officials closed two terminals at john f. kennedy international airport as a precaution last night. but police didn't find any fire arms, shell casings or other
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chicago police are searching for answers after the son of an officer is shot and killed. 19-year-old arshell dennis and another man were sitting on a porch outside a home yesterday when they were both shot. the 20-year-old victim was taken to the hospital with serious injuries. dennis' father worked patrol with the chicago superintendent. police say they haven't ruled out anything in their investigation, but believe it may be a case of mistaken identity. more than 20-thousand rescued. more than 10-thousandsh after widespread flooding across southern louisana. meanwhile state officials say at least four people have died as result of the flooding-- after a man was found on sunday. the governor of louisana opened a large events center in the downtown area of baton rouge to act as a shelter for evacuees. the federal government has already declared a major disaster for 4 parishes following the flooding. many of you are waking up wondering if protests erupted again in milwaukee overnight. we'll have a live update with the latest developments.
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police attempted to keep the peace as crowds gathered in sherman park. and a police officer was injured when rocks were thrown at a squad car. we'll have the latest on how the neighborhood is doing this morning. you are watching the fox 6
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wakeup news. partly sunny on monday with a high in the low-to-mid 80s, coolest by the lake. clouds will increase late in the day with a slim chance for rain in racine/kenosha monday night. mostly cloudy on tuesday with a chance for t-storms and a high in the low 80s. thunderstorm chances continue wednesday with a high in the middle 80s. expect dewpoints in the middle-to-upper 60s over the next 6 days, so we will feel that humidity in the air. monday: partly sunny. high: 82 dewpoint: 67 wind: e 5-10 mph tuesday: mostly clou a chance for t-storms. am low: 67 high: 81 dewpoint: 68 wind: ese 5-10 mph the weekend violence continues into the early morning hours... milwaukee police-- making several arrests as large crowds gathered in the streets. all of these protests-- stemming after police shoot and kill a suspect following a traffic stop saturday night. 'let me highlight the fact that anytime an officer utilizing use of force, he is forced to do so by the perpetrator. ' the shooting was all caught on the officer's body camera. the man has been identified as 23- year-old sylville smith. activists took to the streets in
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weekend-- at times getting violent-- some lighting cars and buildings on fire and throwing bricks at police officers... the unrest continued until early this morning... julie collins joins us live now from the bp gas station near sherman park with more on last night's protests... more on last night's protests... the violence continued into the early morning hours here at after a break in the violence - you may remember the coalition of justice was here around 9am cleaning up the neighborhood and holding prayer circles. later in the evening -- 150 milwaukee police officers and 100 milwaukee county sheriffs deputies were in this are last night as a large crowd gathered sheriffs deputies were in this are last night as a large crowd gathered here. the crowd swelled as officers lined the street with riot gear on. just before 11 pm shots were fired and an 18-year old was hit. it became a traffic nightmare as police used an armored vehical
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officer was also taken to the hospital after a rock was thrown and broke a squad cars windshield. around 2:30 officers used megaphones to tell the crowd they needed to leave or arrets wil be made. targets of violent attacks.
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protesters and riots through out the weekend. angelica joins us from the newsroom with new information. these are tweets sent out by the milwaukee police department overnight. dgx the first sent out a little after midnight-- reading... officer taken to hospital for injury after thrown rock breaks windshield of squad near sherman & burleigh. dgx then about two hours later this tweet was sent out. it pictures a police helmet and reads.. officer saved from projectile by protective helmet in 3000 block then finally pictures of another m-p-d squad damaged by people rioting. the tweet says the damage was caused by people throwing bricks, rocks and glass bottles in the area of sherman and burleigh. so clearly a lot of unrest in the city as police dealt with rioters late into the night - with things eventually calming down around 2:30 this morning. police say multiple arrests have been made. kim and jessob. back to you. the second night of unrest in milwaukee ends with arrests and injuries -- but
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night. theo keith was in the middle of the tension on the north side. quiet finally returned to the area around sherman and burleigh around 1:30 am. before that, came a second night of gunfire, a car fire, and plenty of tension between police and demonstrators. nats -- initial disturbance at sherman and burleigh the hotspot sunday night was in the area just north of sherman park. demonstrators threw rocks and bottles at p seriously injured an 18 year old man. mpd had to get him to the hospital using an armored vehicle. in the surrounding blocks came several bursts of gunfire and then a car fire at 45th an hadley. milwaukee firefighters, with police protection, arrived to put it out. officers formed two lines, with one line pushing east along burleigh from sherman. nats of gunfire? frye that's when another burst of gunfire happened near a fox6 crew. around 1:30 -- facing down about 10 protesters and 40 onlookers at
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had enough. nats 13:22:30 if you do not disperse immediately, you will be arrested mews 0084 the police line and armored trucks made the point. eventually people got the message -- police packed up and left. so ended another night of disorder in milwaukee. from the north side, theo keith, fox6 news. stick with fox six news for the latest on the unrest in our city. you'll find a collection of our coverage on the links page at fox six now dot com -- including
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forecast from fox6 meteorologist rob haswell partly sunny with highs in the low 80s but still humid with dewpoints likely in the mid 60s. overnight - as a low moves to our southeast, and upper level divergence continues, we could see some showers. there is a chance for showers and thunderstorms on tuesday with highs likely in the low 80s again. a better chance for rain and storms exists for wednesday. we should clear up for thursday but warm up with highs getting back into the mid to upper 80s through friday. we cool down and get a bit of a break from the humidity on
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returns. today: partly sunny. patchy fog in river valley areas this morning. high: 82 dewpoint: 68 wind: e 5-10 mph tonight: slight chance of showers. low: 70 dewpoint: 69 wind: ne 3-5 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy with a slight chance for thunderstorms. high: 82 dewpoint: 68 wind: ese 5-10 mph wednesday:partly sunny with a chance for thunderstorms. am low: 69 high: 84 dewpoint: 68 wind: sw 5-10 mph thursday: partly sunny. am low: 68 high: 86 dewpoint: 68 wind: se 5-10 mph friday: partly sunny with a slight chance for thunderstorms by later in the day. am low: 69 high: 86 dewpoint: 69 wind: sw 5-10 mph saturday: mostly cloudy with a chance for thunderstorms. am low: 70 high: 78 dewpoint: 65 wind: nw 5-10 mph of unrest in milwaukee continues. forecast from fox6 meteorologist rob haswell partly sunny with highs in the low 80s but still humid with dewpoints likely in the mid 60s. overnight - as a low moves to our southeast, and upper level divergence continues, we could see some showers. there is a chance for showers and thunderstorms on tuesday with highs likely in the low 80s again. a better chance for rain and storms exists for wednesday. we should clear up for thursday but warm up with highs getting back
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we cool down and get a bit of a break from the humidity on saturday but rain and and chance for storms returns. today: partly sunny. patchy fog in river valley areas this morning. high: 82 dewpoint: 68 wind: e 5-10 mph tonight: slight chance of showers. low: 70 dewpoint: 69 wind: ne 3-5 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy with a slight chance for thunderstorms. high: 82 dewpoint: 68 wind: ese 5-10 mph wednesday:partly sunny with a chance for thunderstorms. am low: 69 high: 84 dewpoint: 68 wind: sw 5-10 mph thursday: partly sunny. am low: 68 high: 86 dewpoint: 68 wind: se 5-10 mph friday: partly sunny with a slight chance for thunderstorms by later in the day. am low: 69 high: 86 dewpoint: 69 wind: sw 5-10 mph saturday: mostly cloudy wit high: 78 dewpoint: 65 wind: nw 5-10 mph our coverage of the second night unrest in milwaukeennues. r coverage othe second nightof t isnder control in the sherman park neighborhood. us the latest on the damage d t who was ot. our live team covere continues at 5. but first after the bak.other se in the zoo interchange. where it is and how long it will last coming
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outside this morning.. another major closure in the zoo interchange will impact drivers starting today. the i-94 east to i-41 north ramp will be closed until late spring of next year. there will be other closures throughout this week. all closures and alternate routes on our website at fox-six-now-dot-com. check the weekly construction forecast for the zoo interchange before - we have a links on our website, fox six o or your fox six news mobile app. starting october first, it will be against the law for drivers to talk or text on a cell phone while in a construction zone area. you can use the phone to report an emergency. hands-free phone use is also allowed. to get drivers moving in the right direction, expect to be subtly reminded of the new rule during the next several weeks. "we really just kind of want to start getting it into people's minds give them that little grace period so come october 1st they're not all scrambling and going oh no i need to start with
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the state's electronic message boards will include periodic reminders of the upcoming change during the next several weeks. failure to follow the new rule could cost you between 20 and 40 dollars for your first offense. you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. immediately. you will be arrested." now at 5- another night of unrest after an officer-involved shooting turns deadly. more on the shots fired and damage done by protesters. rob joins us now with more on the weather.
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