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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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morning. our derica williams is ve in downtown at the police adquarters. t we start first wit
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milwaukee, it was all sparked saturday after a police officer shot and killed an armed suspect when he ran away during a traffic stop. police say that 23-year-old sylville smith was shot twice - once in the a, he died on scene. the officer is on administrative duty while the wisconsin department of justice investigates the shooting. we have team coverage this morning. our derica williams is live in downtown at the police headquarters. but we start first with julie collins she's in the sherman park neighborhood with a recap of last night chaos. this morning the sherman park neighborhood is quiet. but it was a different scene
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last night. 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 other 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 firefighters arrived. police told the crowd to leave the area around 2:30 this morning... and things quieted down after that. the wisconsin national guard was
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were not deployed to this area overnight. milwaukee officials are on alert since the protests broke out. our derica williams is live from the police administration building this morning with more. 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 full force since six north side businesses burned. eight police vehicles were damaged or destroyed by bricks,
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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 or on the streets, but that they would be available at this site if a request was made shot spotter has detected more than 48 'activiations' and each activation shots... so its well over 48 shots fired. officials say they are preparing for the worst. all of the officers out this morning are also in 2 person patrol units. the mayor says he's prepared to
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from an officer involved shooting happening saturday afternoon. milwaukee police say the 23 year old armed suspect had a lengthy arrest record. this morning his a father is speaking out. angelica is in the newsroom with details. the suspect shot and killed by an officer saturday, sparking the violent outbursts, is identified as 23- year-old sylville seville smith. smiths family tells fox 6 he leaves behind a son anda 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 apologize to my kids because this is the role model they look
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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. again it's been a very violent weekend in milwaukee --- just to recap this all started late saturday night. the b-p gas station near the sherman and burleigh was one of the first businesses to go up in flames. in total six buildings were set on fire morning. a bmo harris bank branch on 35th and fond du lac was damaged during saturday night's civil unrest. firefighters had to break a window on the second floor of the bank to gain entrance to fight the fire that was started. bmo harris bank executives are assessing the damage and are trying to determine when the branch can be reopened. just down the street - firefighters had to return to the scene of another fire. the jet beauty supply store
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were seen putting out hot spots near 35th and burleigh. the department of public works was also called in to board up the building. the o'reilly auto parts store on 35th and burleigh also burnt to the ground. by early yesterday morning - the roof had completely collapsed. several residents who live nearby came to see the aftermath. taking pictures - some livestreaming on social media - saying they couldn't believe what they were waking up to. volunteers also came to help clean up the debris left behind. they also gathered in pr stick with fox six news for the latest on the unrest in our 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. a traffic alert for the zoo interchange. still to come on wake up --- what you need to know before heading out. and deadly flooding expected to get worse this week in louisiana. ahead just how many water rescues happened over the
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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. dick adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays dick adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no
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coverage this morning following a violent night in milwaukee. one person was shot...and an officer injured. our julie collins is live near 41st and burleigh this morning with a recap. the violence continued into the early morning hours here at sherman and burliegh -- this after a break in the violence - you may remember the 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. 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
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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. wild fires continue to grow out west. plus, families in southern louisiana are getting ready for more flooding. angelica is here with a look across america. forecasters say there's still a danger of more flooding across southern louisiana as swollen rivers drain toward the gulf of mexico. at least four people have been killed because of flooding. yesterday residents scrambled to get to safety as rivers and
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banks after days of heavy rain. the state's governor says more than 20,000 people have been rescued across area because of widespread flooding. and more than 10,000 people are in shelters. the federal government has already declared a major disaster in four parishes. out west they need the rain... around four thousand families have been evacuated following a major wildfire that's destroyed at least ten homes in northern california. officials say the fire about 90 miles north of san francisco has grown to nearly five square miles since it erupted saturday hospital in nearby clearlake were transferred to another hospital 25 miles away. meantime, a wildfire in central california has destroyed 12 homes and more than 150 buildings are in its path. forecast from fox6 meteorologist rob haswell
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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 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.
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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 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 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
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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 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 thursdayptlynny. am g wpoint: 68 wind: 5-10 mph fl understorms by later in the y. am low: 69 g 86 dewpoint: 69 wind: sw 5-10y cloudy with a chance for understorms. am low: 70 gh: 78 drivers hitting the roads this morning will have to deal with a major closure at the zoo interchange. and it's going to be an issue for a long time... carl deffenbaugh joins us now with more. it's something we've warned you about for weeks now, but today is the day it
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from i-94 east onto i-41 north is shutdown, and it as of this morning, the ramp from i-94 east onto i-41 north is shutdown, and it won't open again until late spring of 2017. officials with the wisconsin dept. of transportation say this is actually one of the lightest volume ramps in the interchange, but it's still going to affect about 7,000 cars each day. but the closure is an important part of this major project. "the reason we need to close this ramp is so we can continue th of the interchange, which is the large ramp reconstruction, the concrete shafts that support it, the large steel erection that were going to be doing this fall and winter. so that we can reopen this ramp in the spring of 2017." now as for alternate routes. highway 100 is the closest to the interchange, you can take that north to watertown plank rd and rejoin i-41. officials estimate the alternate routes will add 5-10 mintues to
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after another night of violence
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religious leaders to step up and get more involved. and the church community is answering the call to action. several churches and faiths returned to the area near sherman and burleigh yesterday. the group gathered at washington park high school to trek to the troubled area. next to the devastation, folks gather holding hands, praying for peace and guidance. . 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 aimed to bring the city and suburbs together. many of you are sounding off on social media about the violent weekend. mana says, this really needs to stop. this is seriously not solving anything. and jessica shared this photo ---- saying "pray for milwaukee". and matthew writes - i am heartbroken and disappointed for my city. i am also hopeful for my city, that this will open up a long-postponed discussion. if you'd like to jump in on the conversation... just like fox
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one of our posts. still to come on wake up -- continuing team coverage of the unrest in milwaukee. plus, during the difficult weekend-- how local leaders and neighbors came together to show support for those in blue. as we go to break ---- here's a look at the chaos from last night. police say one person was shot at a protest last night and officers used an armored vehicle to retrieve the wounded person. an officer was also hurt when the squads windshield was hit by a rocks. continuing team coverage coming
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now at 7-30 -- a quiet morning after a night of violent protests. we have team coverage this morning on the unrest in milwaukee after a deadly officer involved shooting. thanks for staying with wakeup.. time now x:xx.. kim, nicole and angelica adlib toss to wx forecast from fox6 meteorologist rob hw 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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anchor 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 for the second night in a row. 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. we have team coverage this
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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 police district 1. we start with julie... the violence continued into the early morning hours here at sherman and burliegh -- this after a break in the violence - you may remember the 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
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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 the crowd they needed to leave or a fire reported near 41st and burleigh around 4:30 this morning. it may or may not be connected to all of the unrest in this
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investigators will be at the scene today. 'we do a good job at rotating and thats why we use crews from all over the city and even some of the shared services from neighboring communities to ensure our firefighters are well rested and that were able to the job at 100%. when its health and the strength in our firefighters.' police have been on alert since
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we now continue our team 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. using all police resources - 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 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
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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 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 hospital. 17 had prior criminal records. and the mayor says he's prepared to enact a curfew if necessary. the night started out calm--
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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 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. among the gr 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 represent the vast majority of families and residents protesting. nicole and jessob. back to you. a pro-police event held in glendale had a different tone in light of this weekends unrest and officer involved shooting.
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community-- and don't take use of force lightly. fox six's jonathon gregg has that story. "sundays rally in support for police included comments from the governor, milwaukee police association president mike crivello and several alderman." the event has been on the schedule for weeks, 'i think if there is any time..' a 'blue day' 'that this city needs to come together and show support f support for law and order is now.' but the gathering in glendale. 'the actions last night had a violent prolouge are not at all reflective of the overwhelming majority, the silent majority of milwaukeans who care deeply about law and order.' the overnight destruction changed the tone, 'to make sure something like what happened last night
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outdoor event at a glendale beer garden. each gunshot and thrown brick, landing like an explanation point, anchoring the cries of support for law enforcement. 'we are fortunate that we have such professional officers. they truly do care. they are going to go into the worst neighborhoods we have in this city and they are going to do they possibly can.' milwaukee police association president mike crivello labels saturday night, a terrible situation. 'let me highlight the fact that anytime an officer utilizing use of force, he is forced to do so by the perpetrator. ' sunday served as thank you to police.. 'this rally has been in the works for quite some time.' and to those who have their backs, 'and who wholeheartedly support their police officers.. a message appreciated, in even the most difficult circumstances. jonathon gregg fox6 news keep it right here on fox six and forthe latest on violence in milwaukee. you'll find a collection of our coverage on the links page at fox six now dot com -- including photo
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as we go to break we continue to follow the breaking news from overnight --- after more violence on the streets of milwaukee for a second straight night. just to recap at least one person was shot during the protest and an officer was hurt when rocks were thrown at the squads window. continuing
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you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. 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 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. dick adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no
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it has been very tense situation 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 deputies. this after six north side
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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 request calling it insurance. so far 4 officers have been hurt all have been released from the hospital. 17 had prior criminal records. and the mayor says he's prepared to enact a curfew if necessary. a scary situation for travelers in new york city.... after reports of gunshots inside the j-f-k international airport. plus, police in new york release new info on the shooting death of a muslim cleric. angelica is here with a look across america.
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p-m saturday in ozone park...that's a working-class section of queens. police are looking for this man in connection to the shooting death of a muslim cleric and his associate. police say surveillance video shows the gunman leaving the scene with his weapon in hand. investigators are trying to determine if it's a hate crime. a spokeswoman says -- quote -- "right now it is not deemed anything." a funeral for the imam will be held this afternoon. and things are back to normal this morning at new york j-f-k airport after last night. police say they have not found any firearms, rounds of ammunition, shell casings or other evidence of gunfire. police evacuated terminal eight and terminal one as a precaution after receiving reports of shots fired around 9-30 last night. during the incident last night a ground stop was issued. but again police have found no
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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. 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.
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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 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 forecast
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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 wpoint: 68 wind: ese 10 h wednesday:partly undetorms. am low: 69 gh:4 dewpoint: 68 wind: 5-10 m thursday: partsunny. am gh: 86 dewpoint: 68 wind: 10 my nny with a slight chance for thunderstorms by later in the d 5-10 mph saturday: mostly oudy with a chance for thunderstorms. am low: 70 gh: 78 dewpoint: 65 wind: 5-10 mph r the first of many mo interchange.carl deffenbaugh jo with the impact of a project that will last all the way through the
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about for weeks now, but today is the day it goes into effect. as of this morning, the ramp from i-94 east onto i-41 north is shutdown, and it won't open again until late spring of 2017. officials with the wisconsin dept. of transportation say this is actually one of the lightest volume ramps in the interchange, but it's still going to affect about 7,000 cars each day. but the closure is an important part of this major poj making significant progress. you can see the steel and the concrete rising out of the sky, out into the sky. our contractors working around the clock, day and night. but we have to stay on schedule. so this is the next phase. closing this ramp will allow us to stay
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now as for alternate routes. highway 100 is the closest to the now as for alternate routes. highway 100 is the closest to the interchange, you can take that north to watertown plank rd and rejoin i-41. officials estimate the alternate routes will add 5-10 mintues to your drive, so plan accordingly. as you may know - our parent company, tribune broadcasting has been under a blackout by dish network since june. as we work through contract negotiations - and with the packers regular season quickly approaching - thats bad news for football fans! your friends or family members who are dish subscribers, could lose access to some of the packers games this season. our senior vice president of corporate relations has a message - about what they can do... to not miss a single
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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 a tense 48 hours for the city of milwaukee as police battle another violent night of protests. our coverage of the ongoing unrest continues at eight... activists-- also torching the b-p gas station and several other businesses near sherman park late saturday night. we're taking a look at the damage left
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left of the of the b-p gas station at sherman and burleigh. it was one of the first buildings to go up in flames saturday night as protester took to the streets. 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 violence. the victims of milwaukee violence burial fund works to help support families impacted by violence on milwaukee's streets. the non-profit provides
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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. 'this is an organization that helps on the back end. if we had the ability to halt all crime and violence than organizations like this wouldnt need to exist but realizing theres a huge need.' to learn more about the organization or for more. as we go to break we continue to follow the breaking news from overnight --- after more violence on the streets of milwaukee for a second straight night. continuing team coverage
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shots fired... businesses torched... for the second night in a row-- police battle chaos filling the streets of milwaukee... after an officer shoots and kills a armed suspect. we're taking a look at the destruction the activists left behind, and hearing from the suspect's father, who says-- he blames himself. good morning and welcome back to wakeup..

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