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national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] >> i'm a lawyer! our big story at four: the shooting that sparked violence. the medical examiner's office confirms today sylville smith was shot twice by the m-p-d officer and once in the arm. that lines up with information we heard saturday after the officer- involved shooting near 44th and auer. for the first time, state investigators as well as state patrol and m-p-d were at the scene today. state patrol tells fox 6 they were doing forensics work. because of the violence over the weekend and the damage caused, they weren't able to thoroughly investigate the area until now. also new today... three men are in custody... accused of breaking into
45-year-old durrell jones is charged with burglary. 22-year-old joseph lindsey and 20-year- old devon love, who is not pictured, are each charged with entry into a locked building. fox6's madeline anderson joins us live outside of clarks... madeline you spoke with the owner? you can see by the signs behind me... the business is back open. the owner says he wasn't going to let smashed windows and stolen merchandise stop him fro d around midnight sunday, august 14th... surveillance video shows several men inside the dark liquor store with flashlights. soon, many more begin to crowd into the store, smashing glass cases and pulling liquor off of shelves. some covering their faces with their shirts. according to the criminal complaint... durrell jones and joseph lindsey were identified from the vide0. a k-9 unit located devon love inside when police arrived around 2 in the morning. the owner estimates the total
reach 125-thousand-dollars. his staff spent all week boarding up windows and clearning aisles so they could re-open yesterday i know it means a lot to the community. this is their store. must have been 50 people come in and apologize, theyre sorry this happened here. the owner says fortunately he does have insurance. youll see the windows are still boarded up.. but the replacement glass has been ordered. reporting live madeline anderso steph thanks madeline. what's left of the b-p gas station in the sherman park neighborhood is being torn down. crews were out today removing the rubble after it was set on fire this past weekend. it's one of more than half a dozen businesses lit up during several nights of unrest. the a-t-f is offering a reward of up to 10- thousand-dollars for information leading to the arrest and conviction of whomever is responsible for setting any of those
since violence broke out in sherman park... some say... they are starting to see change. several organizations and community groups have made their presence known in the milwaukee neighborhood over the past week... whether that's in the form of an event.. encouraging the youth to adhere to the curfew.. or just being an ear so people can voice their concerns. now, an effort is underway to join many of those organizations together into one collaborative effort- it's called 'still 300 strong". work youre doing good work lets all come together and show everyone especially our young people that people are working together the first big 300 strong event is sept 10th in sherman park at noon. organizers describe it like a big family reunion where everyone is invited. this weekend there are several events planned as well- some that were planned before the violence but now may have renewed message of unity. we've been tracking the
sherman park since the unrest broke out last weekend -- from the investigation to a neighborhood in healing. click the link atop the home page of fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app -- to view all of our coverage. we are following breaking news out of new london wisconsin. police there say one person is dead after being shot by a police officer. we're told police are in a neighborhood on the city's east side. the state department of justice is investigating the shooting, which is standard protocol for fatal shootings involving police. new london is about a half hour north west of appleton. this developing story both on air and online at fox6now.com back in milwaukee... the ?front of a milwaukee police station becomes a crime scene. a man died last night after being shot there. fox 6's ben handelman joins us from the newsroom where he has new information in this developing story. ben? the victim in this case is now identified as 42-year old reed carlsen. according to investigators, around 7 o-clock last night, two men were sitting in a van right in
kinnickinnic. police say the victim then became involved in some sort of altercation with the two men... and during the argument, a 65-year old man seated inside the van drew a gun and shot carlsen. police performed live-saving measures on the victim. he was transported to the hospital where he died. right in front of the police station?!?! oh, my god! thats, thats brave! thats bold! thats, thats, thats, beyond scandalous, right there. shooting, we're told the 65-year-old turned himself in, and surrendered the gun to police inside the station. reporting live in the newsroom, ben handelman fox six news. steph thanks ben. a 34-year-old man is injured after a shooting in downtown milwaukee. the shooting happened just before three a-m near old world third and wells. we're told that there was a fight that led up to the shooting. the victim drove himself to 4th and kilbourn where he flagged down a passing police squad. he was
expected to survive. police are searching for those responsible for the shooting. a dead body is found in the milwaukee river in lincoln park this morning. according to the medical examiner's office it appears to be the body of an adult male. it also appears to have been in the water for a while. an autopsy is scheduled for tomorrow. we may see some storms to start off the weekend, and more are likely on the way tomorrow. weather expert stephanie barichello is in the weather office with a look at the forecast. mo a few thunderstorms possible. some may produce strong wind and small hail. temperatures will drop into the low 70s overnight, a bit cooler inland. another mostly cloudy day ahead for saturday with showers and thunderstorms likely, although they will be scattered. we dry out sunday and see the sunshine for the start to the work week. after the weekend fall-like air, temperatures will bounce back
possible. low: 71 dewpoint: 69 wind: sw 5-10 mph saturday: scattered showers and thunderstorms. high: 78 dewpoint: 66 wind: wsw 10-20 mph sunday: partly sunny and cooler. am low: 60 high: 72 dewpoint: 56 wind: nw 10-15 mph monday: mostly sunny. am low: 56 high: 78 dewpoint: 5w tuesday: mostly sunny. am low: 63 high: 81 dewpoint: 64 wind: sw 5-10
one of the best interactive radars available -- can be found on the fox6 storm center app. it's free for apple and android devices -- and you'll also have access to the fox6 weather forecast. donald trump grabbing headlines today as the republican presidential candidate releases an attack ad aimed at hillary clinton. he also made his way to flooded communities in louisiana. it's also the same day his campaign chairman announces he's out. stacey cohan has the story. the donl having quite a day. trump and runningmate, indiana governor mike pence traveled louisiana to examine flood damage and to speak with residents. donald trump, r presidential candidate they need a lot of help. what's happened here is incredible. nobody understands how bad it is. it's really incredible. so i'm just here to help. thank you. and his campaign released its first television ad of the general election cycle, which will air in several battleground states and stream online. campaign a in hillary clinton's america: the system stays rigged against americans.all this, as a major staff shakeup
earlier this week trump elevated brietbart news leader steve bannon and g.o.p. pollster and stragetist kellyanne conway to leadership positions. now, campaign chair paul manafort has resigned. manafort was involved in the firing of trump's last campaign manager, corey lewandowski. corey lewandowski, former trump campaign manager it's about the candidate whose name is on the door and is running for president of the united states, having that comfort level with the people who are closest to him and making sure that they're allowing him to run the type of campaign and overall effective.the trump campaign must find it's footing quickly. the first debate is just over month away and the november election draws ever closer. in washington, i'm stacey cohan reporting. the white house says president obama will travel to louisiana tuesday to survey flood damage. he has come under heavy criticism from some in louisiana for continuing his martha's vineyard vacation while thousands are left homeless and
hillary clinton called louisiana's governor on friday to discuss the situation. it's going to be a busy weekend around town...with plenty to do to keep the family busy before the kids head back to school. one of those of course -- feast with the beasts at zoo a la carte. 27 area restaurants will be offering plenty of food and fun at the milwaukee county zoo. there will also be live music throughout the zoo grounds. the event kicked off yesterday and goes til sunday. irish fest brings music, food and drinks to the summerfest grounds. milwaukee irish fest is the largest celebration of celtic music and culture in the world. the festival runs through sunday. gates opened up at four, and it's open until midnight. there are some big closures coming to the area this weekend. and there's a good chance they could mess up your plans. coming up -- where to go to avoid the chaos. and how long it will last. plus -- a fatal bus crash sends more than a dozen to the hospital. what officials think
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superman." "they dont know this side of me and this industry doesn't know that side of me so its cool how they're both separate." with the record broken for most romance novel covers, he now has set a new goal -- 500 covers. when it comes to college basketball, there has always been an interest in the recruiting process. not just from players and coaches, but fans trying to figure out who's going to play for their favorite team. nowadays, fans have a much more informed view on who those
beyond the game. the ny2la summer jam has grown in popularity and certainly stature over the past decade.... many of the top high school basketball players in the country come together under one roof at homestead high school... and some interested observers are here, too... 12606 "the best part is there's players here... i'm not coming here unless there's players here." 12605 evan daniels is representative of another huge part of the the director of basketball recruiting for scout dot com... 12427 "then there's the part of the job where i'm covering the recruitments and trying to figure out where they're going to school and writing stories about them and not only covering their development, but also their recruitment to where they are going to end up in college." 12440 12450 "without the college recruitments, i don't really have a job... that's where this excitement comes from and that's why our website has gotten so popular, the fans of these particular
besides the platform of the scout dot com website, daniels has more than 65 thousand twitter followers himself... the explosion of social media runs right alongside the growth of events like the summer jam... and the fan interest in these prospects shows no signs of abating.. 12843 "not only can they watch the kids on highlight reels or scout or youtube, or they can read the stories, now they can follow them on twitter, they can follow them on instagram, it's a lot more personal." 12852 13147 "in today's recruiting world, fans want to know about players, but let's face it, there's another college coaches." 13158 12922 "if steve wojociechowski or greg gard are in a gym." 12926 12905 "somebody tweets about it, everybody knows." 12907 the college coaches who are in the gym at the summer jam want the players to know where they are from... on the first day and night of this year's event, more than 500 coaches are in attendance... incidentally,
perspective.. he is friends with packers wide receiver randall cobb... 121750 "we kind of got to be buddies through acquaintances." 12752 12809 "i've actually been to a game at lambeau each of the last five years so i always come up and watch him play and awesome guy, he's a good dude." 12820 daniels will tell you he's living a good life, popping around the country to watch basketball, talk basketball and communicate what he's learned to big basketball fans... in mequon, sports... this year's summer jam had teams from california to new york, the state of washington to florida, as well as australia and canada..... the interest in the recruting process is now as widespread as the roster of teams.... social media does indeed make the world a lot smaller.... it's something that is pretty common for us.. but the same can't really be
sunday and see the sunshine for the start to the work week. after the weekend fall-like air, temperatures will bounce back into the low 80s. tonight: thunderstorms possible. low: 71 dewpoint: 69 wind: sw 5 thunderstorms. high: 78 dewpoint: 66 wind: wsw 10-20 mph sunday: partly sunny and cooler. am low: 60 high: 72 dewpoint: 56 wind: nw
road closure coming to the zoo interchange...and this time itll last 31 hours. 'its a tough operation thats does take time.'the work will include taking the tub girders - the substructure of the new ramp and move 4 of them into place. 'theyre going to be lifted up and then theyre going to be air spliced in the air until they can hit the next pier cap.' large cranes will be mobilized on east bound 94 - as well as the east bound to south bond ramp. 'were going up and over everything now, we have real tall piers and these tub system ramps and because of that we cannot place these over live traffic so we do need to take the closure to do that.'which means -- the i-94 east and ramp from i-94 east at wis 100 to i-41/894 south ramp will be closed starting 10pm on friday until 6am on sunday. the d-o-t recommends bluemound and greenfield from moorland or wis 100...as alternative
coming from a great distance and you want to take a different route theres a lot of routes but if youre on 1-94 those are the good recommended routes.' if the weather cooperates and the job is done safely the closures can reopen as soon as mid-afternoon on sunday. get a closer look at the closure -- and alternate routes available to you. visit fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app -- and search "zoo a transit driver is dead and 19 others are hurt in newark... it happened when these two new jersey transit buses collided this morning. you can see one of the buses t-boned the other -- nearly breaking it in half. newark's mayor says one of the drivers may have ran a red light. one of the buses had no passengers on it at all, the other bus unfortunately did have passengers. 19 of those passengers have been moved to a hospital, seven of them are in critical condition, one of
expected to survive. the crash is being investigated by the prosecutor's office. two people were injured and 19 firefighters suffered heat exhaustion after a six alarm fire yesterday on staten island. it started in one house and quickly spread to neighboring homes, damaging or destroying a total of seven homes. about 250 firefighters responded. more than 40 people are now without a home. the americanr providing temporary housing help for them. there's no word yet on what caused the fires. ben handelman joins us from the newsroom with some stories coming up on fox six news at five. the aftermath of the unrest. several businesses in sherman park were looted, damaged, and destroyed by the protests. at five, see why the people who may be rebuilding the neighborhood, may be the young men who live there. also at five, the two girls on trial for the slenderman stabbing in court today. it's their first
coming up, we learn more about the future of that case. those stories and more coming up in about 20 minutes on fox six news at five. steph thanks ben. florida officials say a small area in miami beach is a new place where the zika virus is spreading. health officials identified five cases of the zika virus believed to be contracted in miami beach. fox's phil keating has more. a popular area in miami beach including world-famou becomes the second zone in south florida where the zika virus is spreading. florida governor rick scott says state health officials identified five new cases of the zika virus.. it is believed all five cases were contracted in a one-point-five mile area that encompasses most of south beach... these new illnesses bring the number of locally transmitted cases to thirty-six. scott says: two of these individuals are florida residents and live in in miami dade county.. one person
of texas and one person is a resident of taiwan scott has requested additional support from the centers for disease control and prevention.. and says the state has begun more aggressive mosquito campaigns in miami- dade county.. he adds that state efforts are working to control the spread of zika as they were able to clear three additional blocks in the wynwood area free of the virus. scott says: " this is in addition to the 14 blocks we were already able to clear in wynwood.. this is good news aggressively combat mosquitos and educate the public are working. " and the c-d-c adding to its advisory that all pregnant women avoid the wynwood district by now including an advisory for miami beach.. warning all pregnant women to stay away for now. in miami beach, phil keating fox news. an incredibly tough rescue of a kitten in missouri. the kitten -- now named piper -- was pulled from a drain pipe
in there for about two days. luckily someone had posted on facebook asking for help freeing the kitten... her call for help was answered by a plumber named jeremy whited. using fishing tape and a special camera, he and two others were able to tie a knot around the kitten tail and pull it to safety... "this is the first cat that i have ever taken out of a drain . i've pulled a lot of strange things out of drains. this is a first for me." "i just, kind of, felt like it was the right thing to do. i knew that my little girl and my little boy would whited was so smitten with the kitten thathis family adopted piper after the incident. ad lib about rescued cat coming up at fox 6 news at 4... how your behavior during pregnancy could be increasing your child's chances of having a-d-h-d. plus -- it started with a few minor issues but quickly evolved into class action
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several class action lawsuits against washing machine manufacturers have recently reached preliminary settlements. in this contact 6 report katrina cravy explains what that means for you. front-loading washers often perform better than top-loaders in consumer reports tests. plus, theyre gentler on your clothes and more energy-efficient. but some consumers got more than they bargained for when buying a front- loading mac online chatter about moldy odors but it turned into multiple class-action law suits involving more than 6 million front-loading washing machines." heres how the preliminary settlements are shaping up -if you previously or currently own an lg washing machine sold between 2002 to 2006 with mold issues you may qualify for the 35-dollar settlement or a 105-dollar rebate on a new lg washer. the other lawsuit involved
whirlpool between 2001 and 2010. if you own one of those front-loaders you may qualify for a fifty-dollar settlement or twenty percent off the purchase of a new washer or dryer. not ready to splurge on a new machine? consumer reports says there are a few simple steps that can prevent mold and mildew. wipe down the glass and door gasket daily. between washes leave the door open slightly. also, remove detergent buildup from the dispenser. and every month, sanitize the machine by adding a cup of chlorine bleach and laundry. "manufacturers claim theyve resolved the problem by improving the door gasket and adding a tub clean cycle." but if you want to avoid a front loader altogether, consumer reports says consider a high efficiency top-loader instead. it recommends this 500-dollar samsung. it offers very good water efficiency, washing performance and is gentle on your clothes, too. you can find out online whether a washing machine you own or
mostly cloudy this evening with a few thunderstorms possible. some may produce strong wind and small hail. temperatures will drop into the low 70s overnight, a bit cooler inland. another mostly cloudy day ahead thunderstorms likely, although they will be scattered. we dry out sunday and see the sunshine for the start to the work week.
56 high: 78 dewpoint: 56 wind: wsw 5-10 mph tuesday: mostly sunny. am low: 63 high: 81 dewpoint: 64 wind: sw 5-10 mph wednesday:partly sunny with the chance for thunderstorms. high: 80 dewpoint: 64 wind: sw 5-15 mph thursday: partly sunny with the chance for thunderstorms. am low: 67 high: 80 dewpoint: 63 wind: sw 5-15 mph mostly cloudy this evening with a few thunderstorms possible.
up. how you wear them could seriously impact your eye health. improper use of contact lenses... such as sleeping in them or using the same pair for too long .. is triggering serious eye injuries. the c-d-c analyzed nearly eleven hundred cases of eye infections related to contact lens use that were reported to the f-d-a turns out -- nearly one in five patients either had a scarred cornea, or other types of eye damage. more than ten percent of the patients wound up in an emergency room or urgent care office.
a new study shedding some light on a-d-h-d and pregnancy. it finds that having a diet high in fat and sugar during pregnancy increases the chances of your baby developing a- d-h-d. researchers from a london college looked at the d-n-a of 164 children who showed symptoms the disorder. the diets of their mothers were also analyzed. the study found poor pre-natal nutrition influenced the expression of a particular gene- leads to a-d-h-d and behavior problems. experts say more research is needed -- but the findings do emphasize the importance of a healthy diet. new york police are giving a boy a reason to smile. they're sending seven-year-old tyrone lowe to disney world. tyrone was orphaned last december... when his father killed his mother and then killed himself tyrone witnessed it all. the n-y-p-d banded together to raise the money over the past
affairs "he never had an opportunity to go to disney world with his mother. he'll never have an opportunity to go to disney world with his father so we did what we can to be that secondary family for him." tyrone low, going to disney world "i wanna see all the characters...i wanna see donald duck...i wanna see mickey...i wanna see...minnie." officers also put 5-thousand dollars into a college fund for tyrone. and say they'll continue to raise money for him. the most fun time, but it's something we all do to stay healthy. and it looks like we're not the only ones... a bear from buttonwood park zoo in rhode island needed some dental work, she got professional help. her name is ursula -- a nearly 300 pound, 16-year-old bear. dentists had to heavily sedate her for the operation -- which took quite the team of people to pull off. keith lovett dir. buttonwood zoo "it's not as simple as to just pop into a dental chair. you are dealing with a 270 pound bear and she's a tough, tough
other medical professionals monitored breathing rates and calculated the sedation, making sure she didn't wake up and was doing okay. the team at buttonwood notes that treating animals well is just as important as humans. more than 100 migrants rescued off libya's coast. all survivors were transferred to italian navy vessels union's mediterranean rescue operation. the bodies of four people who drowned were also recovered. nearly 102-thousand migrants and refugees have reached the italian coasts by sea since the beginning of this year. meanwhile, 32-hundred have gone missing or died trying to make the trip from northern africa. twitter is amping up its war on terror. the social media company announced it has suspended 235-thousand accounts in the past six months for
it has suspended 360- thousand accounts since 2015. the company didn't identify the terrorist groups or specific accounts. but it's likely many are associated with isis, which has been especially active on twitter and other social networks to spread propaganda and attract new recruits. two american astronauts perform a spacewalk outside the international space station... this cool video shows commander jeff williams on his fourth walk and fligh e her first. they are attaching a new gateway for american commercial crew spacecraft. it is the first of two international docking adapters that will allow future arrivals of boeing and spacex capsules. spacecraft flying to the station will use the sensors on the i-d-a to help the spacecraft's navigation system. another adapter is expected to launch
new at lambeau field, one conession stand has packers fans saying, 'mmmmmm.' dan woolf/appleton 4:50 bacon. breanna sangiuliano/canada 7:50 bacon. steve woolf/neenah 4:50 bacon.the patrick cudahy pack house is all about the greasy goodness that goes great with just about anything. dan woolf/appleton 5:17 bacon is really nature's candy i feel nice crunch. it's got the saltiness, really brings out all the flavors of wisconsin, so i'm a fan.there is the ultimate bacon burger.... steve woolf/neenah 4:50 nice bun, cheese nice and melted, good burger, got the bacon on top, it's great.for baked potato fans, this is "the pig skin." lucy kafantaris/lake station, indiana 58:10 it's cheesey and bacony. it's like a whole meal.and for the unaware....a bacon surprise. joanne sangiuliano 7:22 maybe there is bacon inside. hang on.....there is bacon inside.
sangiuliano oh, it's good.bacon lovers can thank lambeau's executive chef for the menu. heath barbato 51:48 a lot of trail and error, playing around with bacon. just throwing it at the wall and seeing what sticks. we came up with some good items. frank kafantaris/lake station, indiana 57:37 we were actually here last year and they had that horse collar sausage sandwich. it was really good.how does this compare? frank kafantaris/lake station, indiana as good. lucy kafantaris/lake station, indiana i think it's better. frank kafantaris/lake station, indiana she's a potato person.as for bacon's best seller. barbato 52:08 by far right now the bacon crusted cheese curds have been selling the best. breanna sangiuliano 7:50 i love cheese and bacon. these are like my two favorite things in one little bite.how american! right? joanne sangiuliano/canada 7:36 we're from canada. bacon rocks.backing the bacon from lambeau field. frank kafantaris/lake station, indiana 57:19 you've got to try it while you're here.derica williams fox 6 news. now at five... theyre smashing the cabinet walls and stealing
filed against three men accused of looting a liquor store during last weekend's violent protests. meanwhile -- the remnants of a gas station destroyed around that same time are removed. plus... medical officials release key details about the autopsy of the man shot and killed by milwaukee police. arrested -- now chared! the first criminal charges related to the unrest in the sherman park area are filed. three men are accused of breaking into clark's beer and liquor near 47th and burleigh. us live outside of clarks... madeline you spoke with the owner? you can see by the signs behind me... the business is back open. the owner says he wasn't going to let smashed windows and stolen merchandise stop him from doing business. around midnight sunday, august 14th... surveillance video shows several men inside a dark clarks beer and liquor.
others are covering their faces with their t- shirts. soon, many more begin to crowd into the store, smashing glass cases and pulling liquor off of shelves. 55:16 you wont believe it. it was bad. owner paul spencer rubitsky estimates criminals damaged and stole 125- thousand-dollars worth of property at his store. 57:47 to me, it looked like the people who were initially starting it, weve never seen them before. the milwaukee county d-as office has charged three men in connection with the incident... which police believe stemmed from the unrest at sherman durrell jones is charged with burglary. 22-year-old joseph lindsey and 20-year-old devon love are each charged with entry into a locked building. 53:02 its nice that someones being held accountable. how far that goes? what the da does... rubitsky wishes police could catch the others involved... still he considers himself lucky. hes able to provide a service for the community and jobs for his employees. 55:50 oh you got no idea. they were afraid they were going to be out of work just like those people on