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and rebuild after historic flooding. state officials say the flood waters that killed 13 people also damaged at least 60 thousand homes. teams of volunteers are now going through homes, in places where the water has receded. people are going through water- logged clothing... carpeting... and personal belongs... seeing which items that had been underwater can be saved. many of those helping with the relief have come from long distances... saying they just want to lend a han t kate richardson/ volunteer "you know, the people who live here are overwhelmed because it's their stuff and we have to throw a lot of it out, which is very hard." president obama is set to visit the flood damaged areas on tuesday. it's time for your news and weather together. one person is dead and more than 40 people are displaced after an early morning apartment fire in sheboygan. emergency responders were called to embers apartments about 4-20 this morning.
spread into the attic-- destroying about half of the 48-unit building. the red cross opened a shelter at a middle school to help those displaced. the state fire marshal is investigating the cause of the fire. the department of justice now says the man shot and killed by new london police had a toy gun. 31 year old kole knight was killed by officers on friday. his fiancee tells the appleton post crescent that knight was suicidal and knew he would be shot if he showed what appeared to be a gun. leaders in the sherman park neighborhood have come together in the wake of the unrest. those at the sherman park lutheran church say the community needs them now-- more than ever. they want to see the park opened back up-- so the kids in the area have a place to go. they're also working with kids at "lumin schools" to help spread the peace and keep them safe. weather scattered showers possible this evening then becoming mostly clear overnight. the temperature will
coolest inland. plenty of sunshine over the next couple of days but 80s and higher humidity levels return by tuesday. thunderstorms likely wednesday into thursday but the accompanying cold front will bring more seasonal air by friday. another chance for thunderstorms by saturday night. tonight: becoming mostly clear. low: 56 dewpoint: 55 wind: w 5-10 mph monday: mostly sunny. high: 78 dewpoint: 57
the 20-16 summer olympics come to an end today - and one of the biggest stories of the games had nothing to do with sports. swimmer ryan lochte falsely claimed he and his teammates were the victims of an armed robbery. as jeremy roth reports - the gold medal winner is now trying to take responsibility ...for his actions.
that story." in an ex exclusive interview with nbc's matt lauer... four-time olympian and gold medalist, ryan lochte took "full responsibility".. for embellishing the incident in rio that brought international outrage. ryan lochte: "if i never did that we wouldn't be in this mess. butt sot 1:06:40 none of this would've happened and it was my immature behavior." last sunday, surveillance video showed lochte and three of his teammates..gunnar bentz, jack conger and jimmy feigen at a gas station after a party. authorities as they attempted to leave the gas station in a cab.. one of the security guards forced them out of the taxi ..at gun point.. and on the ground. rio officials later questioned the swimmers and refuted lochte's account of that night.. and said the olympians were confronted by the security guard only after they vandalized the gas station bathroom.. and were asked to pay for the damages. matt lauer: you said at some point after you refused to sit down the security guard put the gun to your forehead and cocked it. that didn't happen? ryan lochte: "that didn't happen." butt sot matt lauer: "why'd you do that?"
butt sot ryan lochte: "i was still intoxicated. i was still under that influence." the international olympic committee and usa swimming are investigating the incident and will determine whether the swimmers will face fines or suspension. i'm jeremy roth reporting. the packers are poised for the return of number one receiver jordy nelson. and the defense is poised to pick the pockets of opposing quarterbacks. pip has the story coming up in plus - stopping zika, on miami beach. the steps the famous florida destination is taking to protect tourists from the disease. plus - a runaway tortoise! the amazing distance the 100 year old pet traveled, during a 10 day
whether his receiver will get snaps in friday night's exhibition game at san francisco no big revelation--that the packers defense needs to force more turnovers this year. so it was nice to see "randall time", damarious randall time his leap and make a fine interception in thursday night's exhibition game win over oakland. randall looking to make the jump in year 2....part of the pack's gifted young secondary. "i'm just more focused on my conditioning and just pursuing the football. that's been a number one offseason, is pursue the football. that's what we've been doing. and i feel like we just step up in the last game doing it." tim, brandon and yours truly talk packers in tonight's fox 6 sports blitz..from jordy nelson return to clay matthews and julius peppers trying to avoid suspensions..is the nfl a bully?. that and all the local sports of
please at fox 6 now dot com slash sports. the badgers had two workouts saturday; they're now 13 days away from the season opener against number 5 lsu at lambeau field. new coordinator justin wilcox is going to need his defense to step up on a weekly basis. "i think they're doing a great job with the big picture things that they have. it's the details of the assignments and then it's the situational football. understanding what the offenses like to do on zone." see as today is craig counsell's 46th b irthday, it would have been nice to see his brewers avoid an oh and 7 road trip with a win at seattle. instead, his crew lost their 42nd game away from miller park..most in the majors. things spiraled out of control when matt garza-who struggles to field his position- muffed a potential
wound up with 3 runs in the 3rd inning. keon broxton cut the lead to 3-1 when he blasted a homer in the top of the 4th. number 5 for keon. garza didn't have it left after 3 and 2/3rds innings down "six" to 1. the visitors broke through for a couple runs in ther 6th-on a ryan braun double with 2 down. 6-3 eight inning milwaukee opens a homestand tomorrows 4 games over 500 at miller fall to 23 "under" on the road. rain has been the story at the symetra tour's phc classic at brown golf course. 3rd round leader erin lee of silverdale washington with a nice birdie part in today's final 18. but laura gonzalez has come on to tie..both golfers at 9 under par making the turn for their 2nd nine holes. mary and brett lemoin and stoker- smith...
stop mosquitoes, because of growing zika concerns in south florida. officals in miami beach are spraying pesticides and taking other steps to stop mosquitoes from breeding. it comes after health officials announced that zika is actively spreading in the area. five new cases of zika are under investigation.... including three involving tourists who visited the beach. wildfires have forced the closure of a famous california landmark. the hearst castle, along the state's central of a wildfire than has already destroyed 17 thousand acres. fire officials say the fire is only 35 percent contained, but they say it is burning in the opposite direction of the landmark. toss to weather weather scattered showers possible this evening then becoming mostly clear overnight. the temperature will
plenty of sunshine over the next couple of days but 80s and higher humidity levels return by tuesday. thunderstorms likely wednesday into thursday but the accompanying cold front will bring more seasonal air by friday. another chance for thunderstorms by saturday night. tonight: becoming mostly clear. low: 56 dewpoint: 55 wind: w 5-10 mph monday: mostly sunny. wind: sw 5-15 mph tuesday: mostly sunny. am low: 63 high: 82 dewpoint: 65 wind: sw 5-15 mph wednesday:mostly cloudy with t- storms. am low: 66 high: 80 dewpoint: 67 wind: sw 5-15 mph thursday: mostly cloudy with the chance for t-storms. am low: 68 high: 80 dewpoint: 63
am low: 61 high: 76 dewpoint: 58 wind: nw 5-10 mph saturday: increasing clouds with the chance for t-storms at night. am low: 62 high: 78 dewpoint: 62 wind: se 5-10 mph scattered showers possible this evening then becoming mostly clear overnight. the temperature will fall into the low to middle 50s, coolest inland. plenty of sunshine over the next couple humidity levels return by tuesday. thunderstorms likely wednesday into thursday but the accompanying cold front will bring more seasonal air by friday. another chance for thunderstorms by saturday night. tonight: becoming mostly clear. low: 56 dewpoint: 55 wind: w 5-10 mph monday: mostly sunny. high: 78 dewpoint: 57 wind: sw 5-15
dewpoint: 65 wind: sw 5-15 mph wednesday:mostly cloudy with t- storms. am low: 66 high: 80 dewpoint: 67 wind: sw 5-15 mph thursday: mostly cloudy with the chance for t-storms. am low: 68 high: 80 dewpoint: 63 wind: nw 5-10 mph friday: mostly sunny. am low: 61 high: 76 dewpoint: 58 wind: nw 5-10 mph sa with the chance for t-storms at night. am low: 62 high: 78 dewpoint: 62 wind: se 5-10 mph
the start of a new school year - but now is the time to start getting kids back into a routine. sleep specialists says parents should start moving their kids bedtimes back by 15 minutes - starting 2 to 3 weeks before classes start. it also helps to establish a bedtime routine and stick to it. doctors say teens need between 8 and 10 hours of sleep... while younger children often need between 9 and 12 hours of sleep per night. health experts also are giving back to school e food safety... especially for parents who send their children to school with a bagged lunch. doctors say one of the biggest myths out there is that food that has already been cooked doesn't need to be refrigerated. but the reality is - things like sandwiches with deli meat.... prepackaged items like lunchables... and even cut up fruit and veggies should be kept cold to prevent the spread of food related illness. kermis says: "with cold items, you have to use two cold sources. one is not
bottle and as well as using an ice cold pack and putting that into lunches before you send your kids out the door for school. health experts also recommend packing a hand sanitizer or wipe to make sure your children have their hands clean before they start to eat their lunch. it was raining money on one texas highway yesterday. police say during a high speed chase-- s-u-v started discarding thousands of dollars in cash after their vehicle's tires were flattened by spike strips deployed by authorities. more than 48-thousand dollars was recovered off the side of the highway by deputies and all five men in the vehicle -- all of whom reportedly have extensive criminal records -- were arrested and charged with tampering with evidence and
one woman's 100-year-old pet disappears after making a slow getaway. fortunately -- the pet was rescued. wendi lane has the heartwarming reunion. "is that your baby?" "oh my gosh!" "what's its name?" " tortoise "touch " since she was 5 years old. touch has been her dear friend for almost 55 years... until she says the gardeners left her gate open and earlier this month. . her 100 year old tortoise escaped. "don't let her be hurt by anyone or hit by a car." nancy knauss/ tortoise owner "we posted on a lot of sites and we put fliers
saying that we had lost a tortoise and please keep your eyes open."but touch had other plans... covering the distance of more than eleven football fields a day...traveling over six and a half miles from her home in northeast fresno. . to gettysburg and hwy 41. . in only ten days steven george/ found pet tortoise "tortoises, people think they're really slow but this tortoise was really fast."it seemed maybe a mission. nancy knauss/ tortoise owner "where did you find her?" steven george/ found pet tortoise "across the street over. there's a dome that goes on top of the water outlet, and it was trying to make love to it i think."the 100 year old near-sighted tortoise had found a friend. george says he spotted it at his neighbor's house climbing onto this domed mount over his neighbor' s water pipe. steven george/ found pet tortoise "a large tortoise
didn't belong to them so i felt i had to go down there, bring it home and find the rightful owners. " knauss "say hello, say hello."george found the ad for the lost tortoise on social media, and the rest is history. knauss "yes there's a lot of bad in our world right now, but there are a lot of very really good people that care too." a popular board game - played out on the farm. coming up - how tractors and other machinery were used for a extra-large
a popular board game becomes a 'field of dreams' for farmers in spain. they're playing "tractor chess." the rook, pawns, knights and other pieces are played by tractors, combines and harvesters. the board is a cleared-off field with alternating shaded squares. main players give commands through a walkie-talkie -- to their assigned spaces. roughly 3,000 people visiting from around the world gathered to watch the game. the web dot com tour featured a pairing of jhared hack, adam schenk, and ryan yip in the final round! hack, schenk and yip! ya can't
? ? (couch and tv grunting happily) (giggles, gasps) (both laughing playfully) (both panting, sighing) (grunting) (groaning) homer: wow, an indoor water park. hopefully, this will put the final nail in the coffin of lakes and rivers. well, as a mother, i... we all know you're a mother. as a mother, i like that wherever i look, i can see a lifeguard. i'm finding nemo!