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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 saturday but rain and and chance for storms returns. today: partly sunny. patchy fog in river valley areas this morning. high: 82 dewpoint: 68 angelica adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays protesters take to the streets
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working through the night trying to disperse the crowds. and this all started on saturday...after a milwaukee officer shot and killed 23- year-old sylville smith. smith ran from the officers during a traffic stop. he was shot twice...and died at the scene near 44th and auer. his death has sparked two days of violent clashes with police on the city's northside..including businesses being lit on fire...and windows smashed near sherman park. governor scott walker has activated the national guard but they have not been deployed in the c morning on the unrest in the city. julie collins joins us live at 41st and burleigh-- where a fire has broken out near the area where people were protesting. and derica williams joins us live at the police administration building. we start with julie on the city's
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the violence continued into the early morning hours here at sherman and 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 here. the crowd swelled as officers lined the street with
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fired and an 18-year old was hit. it became a traffic nightmare as police used an armored vehical to rescue the shooting victim. a police 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. the wisconsin national guard was activated on sunday but they have not tell the crowd they needed to leave or arrets wil be made. activated on sunday but they have not been deployed to this area yet. reporting live near sherman and burleigh - julie collins. fox 6 news. police have been on alert since the protests broke out
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coverage with derica williams -- who joins us live from the police administration building responding protecting and 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 - officers working off were called in after this weekends unrest left six north side businesses burned. eight police vehicles damaged or destroyed by bricks, 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 assisting to restore order and keep people safe. after a request from milwaukee county
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members of the national guard to milwaukee. 38:47 its about being prepared for the worst. you hope for the best. hope is not a plan. you prepare for the 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 ho arrested. they all had prior criminal records. and the mayor says he's prepared to enact a curfew if necessary. and we have plenty more coverage on the unrest in our city online. you'll find a collection of our coverage on the links page at fox six now dot com -- including photo galleries of the damage done over the weekend. it's been a tense 48 hours in milwaukee as protests grow
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at some of the damage as our team coverage on the unrest continues. in the midst of the ongoing violence-- one community is coming together to show their support of local police officers. details on how they're rallying for law enforcement. and religious leaders-- also calling for peace within the community. how they're hoping to make a change in the troubled neighborhood. 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. johnson: i've always said... i win either way. narrator: if he wins, he gets another six years to support
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family to our stations site fox-6-now-dot-com. it has important information on the dish dispute to help you understand the situation, as well as offer solutions. click on the green banner for more information supporting those in blue still ahead-- as city and state officials dealt with how to provide help to police in milwaukee. one community took time out to show their support for law enforcement. and less than 24 hours after riots end-- police are called to protect th to our coverage of the unrest in
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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
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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 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: traffic check red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays for a second night, protests in milwaukee over the police shooting of an armed man turned violent as demonstrators fired shots and hurled objects at police. at least two people were injured. police say a person was shot during the unrest and rushed to the hospital in an armored vehicle. a police officer was injured and also taken to the hospital
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according to milwaukee police. it has been very tense situation for police the last 48 hours. our derica williams is live this morning at the police administration building with more on their response to the unrest. law enforcement is now out in full force right now, all in 2 person patrol units. - 150 police officers trained in crowd control are on duty - so are 100 milwaukee ou deputies. this after six north side businesses burned. eight police vehicles were damaged or destroyed by bricks, bullets or fire .a 16 year old girl is recovering after being hit by a stray bullet. . four cops were hit with concrete or flying glass. in response, from a request from milwaukee county sheriff david clarke, governor scott walker has activated 125 members of the national guard to
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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. meanwhile -- governor scott walker and milwaukee' of police officers. a "support the blue" day event was held yesterday. angelica joins us now with more. sunday served as a thank you to police officers in glendale. several local leaders were on hand to show their support. alderman bob donovan, milwaukee police association president mike crivello and governor scott walker all there. governor walker announced that the national guard had been activated to respond to milwaukee if police needed them. the community leaders calling the unrest a terrible
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such professional officers. they truly do care. they are going to go into the worst neighborhoods we have in this city.' 'the actions last night are not at all reflective of the overwhelming majority, the silent majority of milwaukeans who care deeply about law and order.' the police union president is advocating that all milwaukee police officers should patrol in pairs, going forward. 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
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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 saturday but rain and and chance for storms returns. today: partly sunny. patchy fog in river valley areas this 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.
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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 hih 5-10 mph saturday: mostly cloudy with a chance for thunderstorms. am low: 70 high: 78 dewpoint: 65 wind: nw 5-10 mph 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
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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 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 wpoint: 68 wind: ese10 mph wedn th a chance for undsr. am low: nd: sw 5-10 mph thsday: rtly suy. am low: 68high: 86 de se 5-10 mph friday: partlsunny day. am low: 69 gh: 86 dewpointy oudwh a chance for thund gh: 78 dewpoint: 65 nd: nw 10 mo didn't offer anything up about jordy nelson's health today. back up qb brett hundley returned to practice. center kyle steuck-the de pere native 's been signed. eddie lacy hopes to sign a big contract after this season. the running back says he feels more explosive. "cuts how fast you make the cuts; how fast you get yourself out of the cut, and how fast you put your pad level down and once you and that defender make contact, who
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attribute that too? i'm a powerful guy". the brewers avoided a 3 game sweep at the hand of the last place reds, thanks in part to another strong pitching performance by willie peralta; he worked 6 innings, allowing just one run. then there was the batting of ryan braun. an already hot he hit a 2 run double in the first inning off a cody reed; who fell to oh and 7. braun later scored when reed hit jake elmore. in the 2nd inning..braun puts that patented swing on one and poked a 3 run homer..number 21 of the season. 6-0. the host have homered in 17 straight games. just for good measure..ryan left the yard in the 4th inning. he had 6 rbi before the end of the 4th inning! number 22. brewers win, 7-3 seven homers in his last 11 games. 18 rbi. and then there's mr. peralta- the opening day pitcher who's pitched solid ball twice since being recalled from colorado springs. "he looks great. better command of his off speed pitches. throwing harder. just his demeanor on the mound, everything's better than
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cause i've always thought he has a chance to be a really special pitcher and what we've seen his last couple of starts. so hopefully it's a big step in the right direction." that's it for sports have yourselves a marvelous monday. praying for calm, after two nights of violence. still ahead-- how members of the faith community responded to th violence and the message they want to get across. and ahead at 6-- we are live this morning after days of unrest in our city. we'll have the latest on the damage to hit the city after riots this weekend and how city leaders are
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some sun and a few clouds toda
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up. while outrage and anger filled the streets over the weekend-- city officials reached out to pastors to step up and get more involved. sunday, the church community answered the call to action. several churches and faiths returned to the area near sherman and burleigh. the group gathered at washington park high school to trek to the troubled area. the group gathered praying for peace and guidance...looking to neighborhoods fabric. now we have to have a long term ongoing plan as to who is going be here and to sow into it and resource we we can do to change the community the multicultural unit also aimed to bring the city and suburbs together. in light of the violence - many in the community are looking for ways to bring healing.. including supporting the financial needs of families impacted by
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violence burial fund works to help support families impacted by violence on milwaukee's streets. the non-profit provides counseling services and financial aid to properly bury the victims. the second annual walk this weekend brought out twice as many people as last year -- organizers say they appreciate the support but their growing numbers mean the violence isn't stopping. and with all tough news taking place in the u-s right now...a little girl took it upon herself to give president obama some advice. and the president actually es an 8-year-old whose dad is in the air force sent the president a letter advising hit to let loose...and let the country know we're doing ok. lily started the letter by saying - quote : "i think this country needs more spunk." she says the president should wear a tie-dye shirt and shorts to something important. the little girl said she has too many 'politics worries,' and wants to be reassured. the president responded saying quote : 'wherever your hard work and talents take you—wheth er its becoming a
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united states, or chasing a dream youve yet to discover—a lways remember that you have a big role to play in shaping the world and making a difference in peoples lives. your enthusiasm and drive give me great hope for the future, and i am confident you can achieve your highest aspirations if you put your best effort into everything you do. i expect great things from you!' you can read the both letters on our website fox6 now dot com. all anchors chat/toss to 6am wakeup news. immediately. you will be arrested." now at 6- another night of unrest after an officer-involved shooting turns deadly. more on the shots fired and damage done by protesters.
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rob's weather 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 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 traffic check red on traffic mas traffic check red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no

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