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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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now to our big story this morning. another night of unrest in milwaukee after a police officer shot and killed a man after he fled during a traffic stop. that shooting sparking protests and violence on the city's north i of police officers stopped two people near 44th and auer. that led to a foot chase which ended when an officer shot one of the two who was armed with a handgun - according to officials. police say that 23-year-old sylville smith was shot twice - once in the arm, and also in the chest. smith died on scene. the officer was placed on administrative duty. later in the evening - a group of protesters - angry about the shooting...started looting businesses...and setting fires.
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saturday night. this prompted governor scott walker to activate the national guard. protesters were back in the streets last night. we're bringing you team coverage this morning on the developing story. derica's live downtown with reaction from officials... but first - let's start with julie collins... who is live near sherman and burleigh this
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milwaukee officials are on alert our derica williams is live from the police administration building this morning with more. right now - 150 police officers trained in crowd control are on duty - so are 100 milwaukee county sheriff's deputies after people were shot, businesses set on fire and officers injured during this weekends violence and unrest. law enforcement is now out in
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businesses burned. eight police vehicles were 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. in response, from a request from milwaukee county sheriff david clarke, governor scott walker has activated 125 members of the national guard to milwaukee. our intention is that they are not coming over to be immediately on the ground orn that they would be available at this site if a request was made shot spotter has detected more than 48 'activiations' and each activation could be a round of multiple shots... so its way more than 48 shots fired. officials say they are preparing for the worst. so 125 national guard members - are in place to help tonight if needed. all of the officers out this
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patrol units. the mayor says he's prepared to enact a curfew if necessary. earlier in the evening... things remained calmer... a group of several hundred people marched from the charred bp gas station to the interseciton of 44th and auer... calling for peace. among the group - syville smith's sisters. among the group - syville smith's sisters. angelica has more in the group held a vigil in the street.. near where syville smith was fatally shot by an mpd officer saturday. the 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. smiths sisters talked of their pain and heartache... and pleas for the officer to be held accountable for the shooting. they also called for peace. at the end of the day, acting out aint gonna solve it. aint gonna solve nothing for
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violent sunday night... the sisters told the crowd... violence... fires.. and looting will not bring their brother back. our complete coverage of the milwaukee unrest is located on our website... fox 6 now dot com. click on links. and of course... we'll continue to bring you team coverage this morning - including more reactions to the violent outbursts we've been watching. plus - a scare at j-f-k airport... leads to a terminal being cleared out. rob adlibs 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 saturday but rain and and chance for storms
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the fox 6 wakeup news. 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 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
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thunderstorms. high: 82 dewpoint: 68 wind: ese 5-10 mph "last night was unlike anything i have ever seen in my adult life in this city." milwaukee police say 17 arrests were made saturday night... each suspect with a prior record. 7 squad cars were damaged-- and 8 rounds of gunfire struck the "bearcat". as for injuries-- a 16-year-old girl was hit by a stray bullet near 43rd and burleigh. and four offc was hit by flying glass-- the rest were hit with concrete. they are all recovering. right now-- 150 officers are out on the street. across the country - all eyes are on milwaukee this morning. according to a statement from the white house... president obama was updated on the situation by a senior adviser... who spoke with mayor barrett to offer the administration's support for local authorities. straight ahead - local businesses... now trying to assess the damage after being set on fire saturday night. plus:
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watching the fox 6 wakeup news. 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 lik 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 understormse 10 mphaic check red on traffic p
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we continue with our team coverage this morning following a violent night of protests. our julie collins is live near 41st and burleigh this morning... and julie... you just got an update from a battalion chief on a fire this morning? early morning hours here at sherman and burliegh -- this 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
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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 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 th they needed to leave or arrets wil be made. the wisconsin national guard was activated on sunday but they have not been deployed to this area yet. reporting live near sherman and burleigh - julie collins. fox 6
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anchors chat/toss to rob rob's weather partly sunny with highs in the low 80s but still humid with dewpoints 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.
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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:
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low: 70 dewpoint: 69 wind: ne 3-5 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy with a slight chance for thunderstorms. high: 82 dewpoint: 68 wind: ese
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in milwaukee's top business headliens - b-m-o harris bank executives are now assessing the damage after one of its branches near 36th and fond du lac was burned saturday night. the bank was one of six businesses damaged as a result of the unrest that occured near 44th and auer... after a fatal officer-involved shooting. window on the second floor of the bank to gain entrance to fight the fire that was started. executives are now trying to figure out when the brance can reopen. up next - why police had to shut down a terminal at j-f-k international airport. plus: "she was probably more worried about losing her husband, but to lose her son? pause it's just unbelievable. jessob/vo a chicago cop's son - killed in a south side shooting. the latest details on the investigation - straight ahead.
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protesters and police in riot gear take to the streets for a second straight
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police responded to reports of shots being fired there last night. the initial reports of the shots fired were unfounded. authorities did evacuate one of the terminals as a precaution...and several flights were grounded. the expressway which runs past the airport was also shut down. no injuries were reported. happening now - investigators are searching for the gunman who killed the son of a chicago police officer. 19-year-old arshell dennis the third was shot and killed early sunday morning as he and some friends were sitting on a porch. another young man was also shot and home from college at st. john's university... where he was majoring in journalism. he had returned from college this week... to surprise his mother for her birthday. happening now - demands for the release of body camera footage... as officials monitor safety concerns... for the officer who fatally shot an armed man. and we're following the very latest developments after a second straight night of violent protests. what we know about a teen shooting victim... coming up at 6:30.
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fault cause you know theres a reason, dont give into their hands, dont be running out and getting guns, dont be shooting each other and wait on them to shoot yall cause thats all theyre doing. now at 6:30 - the family of the man fatally shot by police... calling for peace... as m protests. and happening now in georgia - a manhunt is underway - after an officer is shot to death in the line of duty. anchors adlib welcome back 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
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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 saturday but rain and and ance for storms retns.today: pa fog in river valley areashrning h nht: slight chance of showers. low: 70dewpoint: 69 wi mph tuesday: mostly cloudy with a slight chance for thunderstorms. high: 82 wpoint: 68 wind: ese10 mphafficp = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic mp 'were going to have to weigh a couple different things. we have to weigh the publics
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officer involved. we have to weigh the concern that dci has to have an investigation. i suppose there are people that would say we might have to protect a potential jury pool someday, i dont know.' another night of unrest - after a police officer shoots and kills an traffic stop. a pair of police officers stopped two people near 44th and auer on saturday. that led to a foot chase which ended when an officer shot one of the two who was armed with a handgun - according to officials. police say that 23-year-old sylville smith was shot twice - once in the arm, and also in the chest. smith died on scene. the officer was placed on administrative duty. later in the evening - a group of protesters - angry about the
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businesses...and setting fires. police arrested 17 people saturday night. this prompted governor scott walker to activate the national guard. we have team coverage this morning on the unrest in the city. derica williams is live at police district 1. but first... julie collins joins us live at sherman and burleigh-- near the b-p gas station that was burned down saturday night. the violence continued into the early morning hours here at sherman and burlie 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 riot gear on.
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fired and an 18-year old was hit. it became a traffic nightmare as police used an armored vehical 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 been deployed to this area yet. reporting live near sherman and burleigh - julie collins. fox 6 news. 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 been deployed to this area yet. reporting live near sherman and burleigh - julie collins. fox 6 news. 'we do a good job at rotating d thats why we use crs from l o
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rested and that were abltoe job stament to the health and the strength in our firefighters.' lice have been on alert since the prottbroke outlice have beet turday. now continue our teamc who joi live fr the lice admig responding protecting and restoring order. law enforcement re 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 resour overtime, those who had the day 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 sheriff david clarke, governor scott walker has activated 125 members of the national guard to
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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 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 and the mayor says he's prepared to enact a curfew if necessary. meanwhile... we're learning new information... about the suspect shot and killed by an officer saturday... sparking the violent outbursts. he's been identified as 23-year-old seveille sylville smith. smiths family tells fox 6 he
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daughter. following the rioting at the gas station near sherman park, volunteers came out sunday morning to clean up the debris. among those who showed up was smiths father, patrick. at times, he needed to be held up by relatives and others in the park. he did speak to a small group of people, saying he feels somewhat responsible 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. 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 dropped. two years ago, he pleaded guilty to illegally carrying a concealed weapon - a misdemeanor. smith's sisters also spoke out about his death. angelica joins us in studio with more on their calls for peace. the sisters were part of a group of several hundred people... marching for peace from the charred b-p gas station to the
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they held a vigil in the street.. near where syville smith was fatally shot by an mpd officer saturday. the 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. smiths sisters talked of their pain and heartache... their and frustrations surrounding their brothers death... and the violence this weekend. many in the crowd said those who become violent do not represent the become violent do not represent the vast majority of families and residents protesting. 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.
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people killed in a span of 48 hours. six of the seven homicide victims have been identified... with the first fatal shooting happening friday night near sherman and burleigh. two men were killed just after 1 a-m saturday near 23rd and state. then... 90 minutes later... two men were killed at all stars near 41st and fond du lac. the fourth deadly incident happened near 29th and lisbon around 10 saturday night. and then yesterday around 4:30... a woman was killed near 28th and lisbon. coming up - an investigation is now underway.... after a polie and killed in the line of duty in georgia. plus - olympic gold medalist ryan lochte - robbed at gunpoint. how the terrifying night unfolded in rio... coming up. and happening now - louisiana reeling... as flooding displaces thousands of residents. ....our weather expert rob haswell has the forecast next. partly sunny with highs in the low 80s today. right now . we could see some rain overnight
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wakeup news. 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
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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 dewpoint: 68 wind: ese 5-10 mph affic chkeon traffic map major lsllow on traffic map soms 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 county sheriff's
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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 milwaukee. sunday, clarke and milwaukee police chief ed flynn clarke said they each have the authority to make that 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... the second night of unrest in milwaukee ended with arrests and injuries -- but without the widespread damage to property that we saw on saturday night. our theo keith was in the middle of the tension on the north
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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. bottles at police. a shooting 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 44th and burleigh, police had
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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. 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. happening now - a manhunt is underway... after a georgia officer was killed in the line of duty. angelica's following that and more of the latest top headlines. investigators are searching for 24- year-old royheem delshawn deeds -- who police consider armed and dangerous. officer tim smith was killed responding to a report of a suspicious person in the town of eastman saturday night. police say deeds shot him when got out of his cruiser to investigate. smith shot back... but deeds escaped. smith later died from his injuries at a
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lochte... says he and three other members of the u-s swim team were robbed at gunpoint in rio. they were taking a cab back to their hotel saturday night... when armed robbers... posing as police... stopped the vehicle and demanded the athletes' money and personal belongings. lochte says he initially refused, but one of the robbers then put a gun to his forehead. the attackers took the athletes' wallets and cellphones, but no one was injured. three dead... and more than 7- thousand people rescued rain pounds the southern part of louisiana. there are record levels of flooding and cresting along rivers and creeks. louisiana governor john bel edwards says searches are being carried out for at least one more person. right now... more than 5-thousand people are living in temporary shelters. anchors chat and toss to rob rob's weather partly sunny with highs in the low 80s
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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 saturday but rain and and chance for storms returns. 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
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chance for thunderstorms. high:
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5-10 mph back to the unrest in milwaukee... 17 arrested in violent protests... all fueled by a fatal officer involved shooting near 44th and auer. by a fatal officer involved shooting near 44th and auer. several aldermen join saturday night. alderman russell stamper said he was fighting back tears because he loves the 15th district, the sherman park area -- the place he grew up. he added the burning of property is a cry of helplessness from the people who have lived through the racial divides that plague this city. alderman khalif rainey also said no one can deny that the city has racial issues. rainey: "the city have watched this entire neighborhood throughout the summer be a powder keg for incidents in the park, for murder at the gas station, shooting from the gas station owner at children, this entire community
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milwaukee wi has become the worst place to live for african americans in the entire country." stamper: "we're going to put resources in this budget, i'm gonna finance, resources in this budget, the cgbd is gonna work towards organizing this neighborhoods, involving the pastors, yes the pastors are a big part of this community. they are are gonna partner with people who wanna make a difference. thank you very much." several churches and faiths answered the call to action yesterday... returning to the area near sherman and burleigh. the group gathered at washington park high school to trek to the troubled area. people held hands... praying for peace and guidance next to the devastation... looking to make change in this
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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. straight ahead - details on the big changes happening to your morning commute starting today. new reports - say netflix is "scrambling" ... after a major development documentary... making a murderer. and we continue to follow the unrest in milwaukee - after a second night in a row... of violent protests. more team coverage - coming up at 7. time now... you're taking a
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are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. construction is kicking it up a notch-- causing closures at the zoo interchange. 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 now dot com, or your fox six news
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starting october first, drivers can't be talking, texting, navigating--or pretty much anything else--on a cell phone while they're in a construction work area. there are a couple exceptions: you can use the phone to report an emergency. hands-free phone use is also allowed. to get drivers moving in the right direction, you can expect to be subtly reminded of the new rule during the next several weeks. 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 this new driving habit." 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 twenty and forty dollars for your first offense. developing this morning - t-m-z now reporting netflix was "blindsided" by a
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he'll be freed in 90 days unless prosecutors decide to retry him. dassey was convicted-- along with his uncle steven avery-- in the death of teresa halbach back in 2005. it was the subject of netflix's "making a murderer" series. t-m-z reports no one had a head's up that the ruling would be overturned - so netflix's cameras were not rolling for the upcoming second season... and dassey's immediate family was out of state visiting relatives in reportedly "scrambling" to recreate the moment. anchor adlib over live pic you are watching the fox 6 wakeup
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construction is kicking it up a notch-- causing closures at the zoo interchange. 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 now dot com, or your fox six news mobile app. starting october first, drivers can't be talking, texting, navigating--or pretty much anything else--on a cell phone while they're in a construction work area. there are a couple exceptions: you can use the phone to report an emergency. hands-free phone e drivers moving in the right rection, you can expecto be btl during the nexseral weeks. e really just kind of want to as nds give them thalt ace period t they're not all scrambling and going oh no i need to start with this new dri habit." the state's electroceageboards . ilure to follow thnew rulecould d forty dollars f your firstfen. velopg this morning - t-m-z now other night rest inlwaukee, ita lice officer shot and killed an armed suspect when he ran away during a trfic stop. police chest. he died on scene. the officer is on administrative duty while the wisconsin

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