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breaking news -- crews responding to a fire in sherman park -- here's a live look now at the scene. details on what we know so far. the next 24-48 hours is all about watching a cold front that is movin today, we warm into the mid to upper 80s and dewpoints stay in the upper 60s to near 70. as the front moves through on friday and saturday, well see rain and thunderstorms. behind the front, we cool down into the low 70s through the weekend. today: partly to mostly sunny. slight chance of a pm shower. high: 86 dewpoint: 69 wind: sw/se 5-10 mph tonight: partly cloudy. low: 70 dewpoint: 69 wind: sw 3-7 mph friday: partly sunny. heat index: 99. storms likely later in the day. high: 90 dewpoint: 71 wind: sw 5-15 mph angelica adlibs traffic red on
a prayer vigil will be held today at all saints parish on 25th street. the public is welcome to come together in prayer as a response to the violent protests over the weekend. the vigil is scheduled for 6-30 tonight. representatives from 198 parishes in the archdiocese of milwaukee have been invited to attend. by police says they are still waiting for answers. 25-year-old jay anderson was killed by a wauwatosa police officer nearly two months ago. his fiance says they have a surprising connection to the death of sylville smith-- they personally know his brother. star delarosa says she knows exactly how smith's family is feeling. she says while the actions saturday night of some individuals are not justified, the communities' pain is. they both was murdered by a police officer, they both was murdered at a black officer at
kids. delerosa is hopeful they'll have answers soon. the wauwatosa police department says investigators are still waiting on enhanced dash cam video to be sent back from the f-b-i. police in brown deer are trying to figure out who called in a fake incident. yesterday - police got a call about a man with a gun threatening his parents on silver brook lane. they were also warned there might they arrived-- the homeowners came out peacefully. no one was arrested. no bombs were found. anyone with information about this incident should call police. we're learning more about a fatal hit- and-run crash in milwaukee. 22-year-old tyann bunch was crossing the street at 23rd and fond du lac when she was hit by a car. the driver kept going for about a block-- and then got out and ran away. bunch's mother is begging that person to turn themselves in. just thinkin', hopin' -- prayin' that you guys will turn yourself
car. it's a 1999 cadillac deville. but they say the license plate and the vin number aren't listed to that car. they believe it was stolen. coming up - a new poll featuring latino voters is out. how they scored the presidential nominees. also this morning -- an update on a bizarre double homicide in florida. what the suspect told his mother before he committed the deadly crime. and how did mi known as "america's most segregate major city?" more on the label getting national
milwaukee -- the most segregated major city in america. and we've looked into where that claim comes from. it turns out two different national studies using 20-10 census info determined milwaukee was the most segregated metro area in the country. the primary reason for that is actually outside the city. fewer than 9 percent of african- americans in the metro region...live in the suburbs. thats the lowest rate in america. riverworks is hoping a new north side development will blur the traditional boundary of holton street. is how do we create wealth and equity in our communities that people feel comfortable living with other ethnic groups? meanwhile -- u-w-m is scheduled to release an updated study next month. one of the researchers says the findings are very similar. the sherman park unrest isn't the first time protests in milwaukee have turned violent. nearly 50 years ago... people were
take a look at video we pulled from our archives. those riots in 1967 spanned several miles of the city and last around five days. and it wasn't just milwaukee. similar riots were happening all across the country that summer. four people were killed.. more than 100 injured.. and 15-thousand arrested in 1967. the national guard used to ride the street in half tracks. 50 caliber tracks to keep us out of the street, to enforce curfew. thats how bad it was. another point of contrast between the two protests... while the officer- involved shooting death of sylville smith sparked this most recent unrest... there wasn't one specific event that led to the '67 riots. rather it was a culmination of things... like housing discrimination laws
results released in a controversial officer-involved shooting in chicago. and donald trump entrusted with some classified information concerning the nation's security. more on his intel meeting - next. good news for packers fans as a key player comes off the pup list. how the team's getting ready for tonight's game against the raiders. we asked u.s. cellular customers to show us all the beautiful places they get coverage with our strong signal. you posted from the seashore. you shared from your hike. you showed us this sunset. you posted from the farm.
nson and the koch brothers talk about, it probably isn't you. edf action is responsible for the content of this advertising. the next 24-48 hours is all about watching a cold front that is moving our way. ahead of that front today, we warm into the mid to upper 80s and dewpoints stay in the upper 60s to near 70. as the front moves through on friday and saturday, well see rain and thunderstorms. behind the front, we cool down into the low 70s through the weekend. today: partly to mostly sunny. slight chance of a pm shower. high: 86 dewpoint: 69 wind: sw/se 5-10 mph tonight: partly cloudy. low: 70 dewpoint: 69 wind: sw 3-7 mph friday: partly sunny. heat index: 99. storms likely later in the day. high: 90 dewpoint: 71 wind: sw 5-15
= major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays breaking news. crews on scene of two house morning in the sherman park area. this is near 33rd and hadley. it is the third fire in the area this week. our deandra corinthios is on scene and will have more coming up at 6. autopsy results in chicago show that an 18-year-old shot by police during a chase was hit on the right side of his back. paul o'neal was killed by an
unarmed when he was shot, although police said they thought he was reaching for a weapon. the autopsy also revealed that o'neal did not have any drugs in his system. three officers were stripped of their police powers since the shooting. no other discipline has been announced. and the florida college student accused of a gruesome double murder, claimed he was here to protect people. 19-year old "austin harrouff" is charged with stabbing a couple, then biting the victim's face. it appears to have been a random attack. he was arrested monday night, less than an hour after he stormed out of a dinner with his police had to pull him off one of the victims. harouff's mother says he was acting strangely for days, and told her he had superpowers. she also said he had no history of mental illness...and wasn't a heavy drug user. donald trump has been entrusted with classified information about america's security. he had his first closed-door intelligence briefing yesterday after he met with his own national security advisers. trump and democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton are entitled to receive
nominees. trump's meeting was held at the f-b-i's new york office. his campaign said that new jersey governor chris christie...and lieutenant general michael flynn were also there. the briefings include classified information on threats like isis but it doesn't include covert action details. meanwhile -- clinton says trump shaking up his campaign staff will have little impact on his controversial political message. yesterday - trump announced he has a new campaign manager and chief executive. she says trump has shown a matter who he hires. this as a new poll released finds that latino voters trust the democratic presidential candidate more than her republican rival. the survey -- conducted by fox news latino -- found that 78-percent of latino voters believe that trump is neither honest nor trustworthy. some latinos polled believe the same about clinton ... but by a much smaller margin. one-percent of voters surveyed believed she could not be trusted.
about watching a cold front that is moving our way. ahead of that front today, we warm into the mid to upper 80s and dewpoints stay in the upper 60s to near 70. as the front moves through on friday and saturday, well see rain and thunderstorms. behind the front, we cool down into the low 70s through the weekend. today: partly to mostly sunny. slight chance of a pm shower. high: 86 5-10 mph tonight: partly cloudy. low: 70 dewpoint: 69 wind: sw 3-7 mph friday: partly sunny. heat index: 99. storms likely
about watching a cold front that is moving our way. ahead of that front today, we warm into the mid to upper 80s and dewpoints stay in the upper 60s to near 70. as the front moves through on friday and saturday, well see rain and thunderstorms. behind the front, we cool down into the low 70s through the weekend. today: partly to mostly sunny. slight chance of a pm shower. high: 86 dewpoint: 69 wind: sw/se 5-10 mph tonight: partly cloudy. low: 70 dewpoint: 69 wind: sw 3-7 mph fid heat index: 99. storms likely later in the day. high: 90 dewpoint: 71 wind: sw 5-15 mph
raiders, they're also getting ready to welcome jordy nelson back to the team. according to espn, he's passed his physical and is off the physically unable to perform list. but don't expect to see him on the field for that matter. on defense, you won't see much of clay matthews or julius peppers either, but you may see the result of some of their hard work. as they prepare for the season, rookies, like kyler fackrell are using the experience of those veterans to help build their game moving forward. "i wouldnt ask them to teach me a specific move but they have offered just kind of guidance of general concepts. you always want to work on the edges of the tackles dont run down the middle because they are bigger and stronger than me." this is your
stronger than me." this is your time to get involved with our sportscast as we are looking for your input. the high school football season kicks off this week so which game would you like to see tom pipines cover on friday night ? your options are wauwatosa east vs wauwatosa west, waukesha south at nicolet or brookfield central at whitefish bay. just go to our website, fox 6 now dot com slash sports and register your choice... you have until 10 o'clock tonight, after which we'll announce the winning contest.... after dropping 2 to the cubs in a doubleheader tuesday, the brewers wer field tonight looking for a reversal of fortune. not just from those losses, but also for starting pitcher jimmy nelson who comes into the game 1-9 in his last 13 starts with an era of 5.40. well those trends continue for the crew in the 1st inning as the cubs bat around against nelson, scoring 5 runs, including 3 on this bomb by jorge soler. nelson would throw 49 pitches in the inning. after a scoreless 2nd, nelson gives up another long ball in the 3rd when david
nelson would last 5 innings, giving up 6 runs, all earned. and the brewers were never in this one, losing 6-1. they'll try to avoid a sweep this afternoon. brown deer golf course is all set to host another professional golf event. the symetra tour is there for this weekend's phc classic. 144 golfers will compete beginning friday, all have hopes of reaching the lpga tour. on wednesday, the atmosphere was a little more relaxing as the pro-am took place. edgerton, wisconsin native and symetra tour player alyssa ferrell was very course with her group . "i love pro-ams. it's a great opportunity for us to get out and interact with the community. i think it's a fantastic thing. i just love to do it and you always have such a great group of guys. and they take it so seriously and it's so much fun for us. you know, we're able to help them. and they get so excited about making a putt or hitting a really good drive. so, especially being back home it's fantastic and everyone's from around here. so it's great." and they tee off friday. her tee time is 12:44 in the afternoon. that's
nasa working on a new mission. the samples they are hoping to collect from an asteroid - coming up next. plus - a humpback whale and her calf put on a show for some kayakers in canada. the surprise they got - after the break. and remember the fitness trackers featured in mcdonalds happy meals we told you about yesterday? well it looks like there is already an issue with them. why the fast food chain
ke safe driver and paperless billing. but nobody knows the box behind the discounts. oh, it's like my father always told me -- "put that down. that's expensive." of course i save people an average of nearly $600, but who's gonna save me? [ voice breaking ] and that's when i realized... i'm allergic to wasabi. well, i feel better. it's been five minutes. talk about progress. [ chuckles ]
their next mission. this time, the group plans to send a spacecraft to collect a piece of an asteroid. nasa officials say the sample will help scientists understand how the solar system works. the osiris-rex spacecraft will travel nearly one-point-two billion miles to visit the bennu asteroid... the launch is scheduled for september 8th out of cape canaveral, florida. nasa plans to have the spacecraft arrive back on earth with the sample by september 20-23. the mission costs 800-million
and a ship that sank more than two hundred years ago has finally been found! a three member team discovering the 'washington' off the coast of oswego, new york wednesday. the washington sank during a storm in 18-03....carrying at least five people and and a cargo of merchandise including goods from india. all those aboard the washington died. the rare discovery of the ship marks the second oldest confirmed shipwreck in the great lakes. an amazing close encout they came face-to-face with some humpback whales, and it was all kayakers in canada. they came face-to-face with some humpback whales, and it was all caught on video. "when baby came up, i actually said to the group -- all right guys, back paddle -- even though she wasn't even close to us. but when momma come up, that was shortly after it was apparent that we needed to get back and get back fast."
near read island in canada. the group was on a five day expedition...and heard a mother humpback and her calf were in the area...and they were right. and crews in connecticut had a different kind of encounter with nature.... some enfield paramedics saved a squirrel after it got its head stuck in a yogurt cup.... the rescue crew used a blanket to catch the frantic animal...but it managed to wiggle free the first but on try number two -- the paramedics were able to catch the squirrel and remove the cup and the little guy scurried away back into the woods. all anchors chat/toss to 6am
now at 6:00 - breaking news.... for the third time this week, firefighters are battling a fire at two homes in sherman park. crews have been on the scene for about two hours now. we'll get a live update with new information coming up. plus... as we inch closer to the weekend... tourism officials here... now ramping up efforts - to convince visitors they're in for a safe weekend. wakeup! rob's weather the next 24-48 hours is all about watching a cold front that is moving our way. ahead of that front today, we warm into the mid to upper 80s and dewpoints stay in the upper 60s to near 70. as the front moves through on friday and saturday, well see rain and thunderstorms. behind the front, we cool down into the low 70s through the weekend. today: partly to mostly sunny. slight chance of a pm shower. high: 86 dewpoint: