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overnight --- three people are gunned down on milwaukee's west side. police police say happened before the bullets started flying. plus --- take a good look at your screen. police need you help to track down this arson suspect. good morning and welcome back to wakeup! weather another day with high pressure bringing us some sunshine and helping with a southerly push of warm and slightly more humid air. highs will reach the low 80s and dewpoints will get into the low 60s. a low moves our way tonight and into wednesday. that low will help to generate rain and thunderstorms. some of those storms could be strong or severe. the storm prediction center has our area under a 'marginal risk' for severe storms. after the cold front clears in the early hours of thursday, we cool down and dewpoints drop a bit. highs will fall into the 70s friday and saturday but start warming again
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wind: sse 5-10 mph tonight: increasingly cloudy. low: 68 dewpoint: 65 wind: s 5-10 mph wednesday:mostly cloudy. rain and thunderstorms likely. high: 82 dewpoint: 70 wind: sw 5-10 mph anchor adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays a fight breaks out on milwaukee's west side...then someone pulls out a gun and starts shooting. three people are hurt. deandra corinthios is lve administration building with the latest a 32 year old man is in the hospital being treated for a serious injury...but is expected to survive another man and a woman were also shot. this was the scene at 29th and clybourn monday night...around 840 pm you can see more than two dozen evidence markers .... and police using flashlights located shell casings.three people were shot the 32 year old man... a 22 year old man was hospitalized for a non life
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suffered a bullet graze wound and was treated at the scene milwaukee police say this started because of a physical fight... at least one person involved in the fight pulled out a gun and started shooting at people. it is unclear if the shooting victims...were actually involved in that fight police say they are searching for a suspect or suspects in connection with this shooting live in milwaukee dc fox6 news. new information this morning - involving the district 6 police station. the alleged shooter has now been charged with homicide. angelica's live in studio with the details. a criminal complaint we just received this morning reveals the victim reed carlsen was shot three times before he died. randall drescher told police his friend asked him to go along for protection while he bought a shotgun. the transaction was supposed to take place outside of district 6 police station last thursday drescher says he was sitting in the van when carlsen walked up and asked
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victim then threw a traffic cone through the window of the van. when drescher got out to put the cone back he says carlsen ran back toward him. drescher says he feared for his life and shot him multiple times. drescher walked into the police station and turned himself in. he is now charged with first degree reckless homicide. things are getting back to normal this morning on the carroll university campus after a lock down last night. around 8-30 last night, police responded to calls of a someone with a possible weapon looking chapel. police say they found the person lying in the grass, but the person grabbed an unknown object and ran into a nearby classroom. that's when the college was put on lock down. police contacted a professor and students in the building and learned the suspicious person was not a student and was not armed. the lock down was lifted before ten. the search for an arson suspect continues in connection to the violent protests in sherman park --- but this morning a new sign that the community is moving forward.
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milwaukee mayor tom barrett has canceled the 10 p-m curfew for those 17 years old and younger. he says the earlier curfew is no longer necessary. the restriction was put in place last monday after two nights of unrest in the sherman park neighborhood. with the special curfew lifted the normal summer hours start at 11 p-m. once students are back in class the curfew in milwaukee will be 10 p-m on school nights. police have a suspect in an arson that occurred during the surveillance cameras inside m-j-m liquor. take a good look at your screen. this all happened after the store was broken into and before it was set on fire by a molotov cocktails, according to investigators. police are now asking for the public's help in identifying the man in this picture-- anyone who has any information on this case, or identifies the person in the picture, is asked to call milwaukee police or a-t-f. we have the contact info online at fox six now dot com or the
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we are learning more details about the officer-involved shooting that prompted the violence in milwaukee. we've learned two body cameras captured the incident. but it could be a while before we see either video. i can tell you now: viewing the body camera videos will not answer all of your questions. wisconsin attorney general brad schimel says he's worried the evidence on those recordings could harm the investigation if it's made public too and killed near 44th and auer on august 13th. authorities say smith was trying to get away from police and footage from the officer's body camera clearly shows smith holding a handgun. but schimel says that video is just a small part of the investigation. "therefore releasing the video or other important investigative details will compromise our ability to be sure we are getting to the truth. in the end, the public needs to have confidence that the process was an
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schimel says there is no time line to finish the investigation. but he expects a decision on charges to come faster than it did in the dontre hamilton case. that took about six months. in response to schimel's remarks-- the a-c-l-u of wisconsin says many questions remain unanswered. "the chief has said this is a suspicion stop. a suspicion stop? ok, so what was suspicious about these spokesman chris ahmuty says he specifically wants to hear from milwaukee police chief ed flynn. m-p-d is conducting its own internal investigation into the officer who shot and killed smith. in the meantime-- this case has gained national attention. the reverend jesse jackson confirms he will attend syville smith's funeral on friday. for the latest on the events in the sherman park neighborhood. head on over to fox six now dot com or the fox six news app. now to a fox six exclusive --- a
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threatening the mayor. 48-year old gilberto collado heel-bear-toe co-ya-doe is charged with disorderly conduct and possession of cocaine.police say collado went up to the city hall information desk on thursday and told the clerk he had recently been arrested for a d-u-i and that he is a former city employee. while he was there, milwaukee mayor tom barrett walked by, alongside his security detail. collado allegedly told the clerk he had a gun and he would beat them with collado two blocks away. investigators say they didnt find a gun in his bag... but they say collado was carrying a camp ax and cocaine. milwaukee police confirm collado is a former officer. the district attorneys office declined to comment. still ahead on wake up. president obama will visit louisiana today to see flood damage --- why his trip is getting some backlash. and hillary clinton faces the release of new e-mails... as donald trump still explaining his new immigration position. the latest from the campaign trail at 7- 30.
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--- miranda lambert reaction to this little guy's cute proposal. and carl is hanging out at the
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you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. another day with high pressure bringing us some sunshine and helping with a southerly push of warm and slightly more humid air. highs will reach the low 80s and dewpoints will get into the low 60s. a low moves our way tonight and into wednesday. that low will help to generate rain and thunderstorms. some of those storms could be strong or severe. the storm prediction center has our area under a 'marginal risk' for severe storms. after the cold front clears in the early hours of thursday, we cool down and dewpoints drop a bit. highs will fall into the 70s friday and saturday but start warming again sunday. today: mostly sunny. high: 82 dewpoint: 64 wind: sse 5-10 mph tonight: increasingly cloudy. low: 68 dewpoint: 65 wind: s 5-10 mph wednesday:mostly likely. high: 82 dewpoint: 70 wind: sw 5-10 mph dick adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays the milwaukee public market is coming up on its 11th birthday in october. and it continues to offer a variety of classes for all
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some help along the way?
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another day with high pressure bringing us some sunshine and helping with a southerly push of warm and slightly more humid air. highs will reach the low 80s and dewpoints will get into the low 60s. a low moves our way tonight and into wednesday. that low will help to generate rain and thunderstorms. some of those storms could be strong o prediction center has our area under a 'marginal risk' for severe storms. after the cold front clears in the early hours of thursday, we cool down and dewpoints drop a bit. highs will fall into the 70s friday and saturday but start warming again sunday. today: mostly sunny. high: 82 dewpoint: 64 wind: sse 5-10 mph tonight: increasingly cloudy. low: 68 dewpoint: 65 wind: s 5-10 mph wednesday:mostly cloudy. rain and thunderstorms likely. high: 82 dewpoint: 70 wind: sw 5-10
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time to find out who's turning six.... a big happy birthday to austin in menomonee falls. he likes playing soccer, pirates and is training to be the next american ninja warrior. in hales corners. she likes school, girl scouts and spending time with her family. wake up seatyn in wauwatosa! it's your birthday.he likes basketball, swimming at the beach, and riding his longboard. ra'niya is celebrating the big oh six today. she likes playing with her barbies, going swimming and playing with her baby sister. there's six candles on tj's birthday cake today. he likes family movie nights,
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lucky. here's a great birthday smile from savannah in pewaukee. she likes gymnastics, dress up and crafting. to find out how to wish your child a happy sixth birthday on fox six wake up news - just log on to "fox six now dot com" for all the
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singing "smiles we gave to one
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phone problem, we go to the apple store, but not barbra streisand! the legendary performer noticed that siri, the i-phone voice assistant, pronounced her name "strei-zand," saying the second "s" like a "z." so "strei-sand" says she called apple c- e-o tim cook... and siri's next update will include the correct pronunciation. back-to-school! stanford's graduate school of business is hiring the fashion mogel. the former supermodel will be teaching a course called "project you"
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teaching a course called "project you" for two weeks next may. the class focuses on creating and honing one's personal brand. since retiring from being the top model host, banks is making moves toward the business side of fashion. banks tweeted saying class is in session in 20-17. and there will be no smizing course. sorry to disappoint. also heading back to class --- nick cannon is going to college. the rapper, actor and t-v host posted on social media that he's now enrolled at howard university in washington, d-c. 35-year-old plans to major in and whether he's full time or part time, but he did write "class of 2020" in his instagram post. country star miranda lambert is engaged. sort of. six-year-old super fan, sebastian got down on one knee and asked her for her hand in marriage. he even gave her a ring. during her show saturday she told the audience that she said yes,
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lambert was previously married to fellow country star, blake shelton, before the two divorced last july. no homework! how some students in texas are getting their wish. plus, we get an update jordy nelson as he returns to practice field. the fallout for ryan lochte continues --- after he loses some major endorsements. ahead just how many companies are dropping the olympican. feingold: that's my grandfather with a brand new truck. it was one of the first to come out of this plant in 1923. but today, too many good manufacturing jobs are shipped away because of a tax code that actually rewards companies for exporting jobs. let's close the corporate loopholes-
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taxpayer money create jobs here. i'm russ feingold and i approve this message because we don't need an economy that works only for ceos,
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now at 7-30 --- the healing continues for the sherman park neighborhood after recent violence.. ahead what's going on today to bring the community together. luzader says "...immigration reform and e-mails. what donald trump and hillary clinton are now battling out on the campaign trail. i'm doug luzader in washington. we'll have more on that, just ahead." thanks for staying with wakeup.. time now x:xx.. kim, nicole and angelica adlib toss to wx another helping with a southerly push of warm and slightly more humid air. highs will reach the low 80s and dewpoints will get into the low 60s. a low moves our way tonight and into wednesday. that low will help to generate rain and thunderstorms. some of those storms could be strong or severe. the storm prediction center has our area under a 'marginal risk' for severe storms. after the cold front clears in the early hours of thursday, we cool down and dewpoints drop a bit. highs will fall into the 70s friday and saturday but start warming again sunday. today: mostly sunny. high: 82 dewpoint: 64 wind: sse 5-10 mph tonight: increasingly cloudy. low: 68 dewpoint: 65 wind: s 5-10 mph wednesday:mostly cloudy. rain and thunderstorms likely. high: 82 dewpoint: 70 wind: sw 5-10
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traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no milwaukee police are investigating a triple shooting it happened on the west side near 29th and clybourn deandra corinthios is live from the police administration building downtown with the latest milwaukee police tell us this started as a physical fight... then at least one person pulled out a gun and started shooting.
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this was around 8:40 p-m we don't know how many shots were fired...but police at the scene had more than a dozen evidence markers out they also recovered casings. a 32 year old man was seriously injured in the shooting a friend took him to the hospital a 22 year old man was also shot and hospitalized. and a 22 year old woman was treated by paramedics at the scene after suffering a graze wound. police say they're not sure if the victims were actually involved in the fight...or simply bystanders. all three victi to survive. no one is in custody reporting live downtown dc fox6 news. an emergency curfew is no longer in effect for teenagers. milwaukee mayor tom barrett has canceled the 10 p.m. curfew for those 17 years old and younger. the curfew was put in place in the wake of the officer-involved fatal shooting of sylville smith and because of the unrest in the sherman park neighborhood that followed. he says the earlier curfew is no longer necessary. the normal summer
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as the community continues to come together to help heal wounds from last weeks unrest - a big boost for families.. feeding america will be at "the mary ryan boys & girls club" in sherman park from 1 to 3 p-m today. the free mobile pantry will distribute 10-thousand pounds of healthy, nutritious food. it's open to the entire sherman park community. the red cross is doing its part to help victims of a deadly apartment building fire in sheboygan. angelica is here looking ahead. partnering with other charitable organizations to create a "one stop shop" at farnsworth middle school to help those affected by the fire get back on their feet. we are reaching out to food pantries, goodwill and churches so that they're able to send representatives so they're able to help. its a little surreal feels like its not really happening but it is then you come and see the damage and the
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were left homeless after the blaze. they have not released any details about the person found dead inside. inspectors let a few tenants get back inside yesterday and salvage whatever they could-- the state fire marshal is still trying to figure out how the fire started. it's the issue that just doesn't seem to go away for hillary clinton. she's now facing the release of thousands of new emails. donald trump is still trying to explain what appears to be a shifting position on immigration. doug luzader has a update from the campaign trail. immigration --- and for hillary clinton, these new emails could create new headaches. just the fact that it took the f-b-i to uncover could undercut her claims that she's been transparent. pkg kimmel: 0:08:08 have you considered using facetime instead of email? clinton: laughing hillary clinton last night on abc's jimmy kimmel -- making light of her latest email problems. clinton: 0:08:42 hrc: jimmy my emails are so boring. and i'm embarrassed
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already released, i don't know, 30,000 plus so what's a few more. a few is actually about fifteen thousand that clinton did not turn over to the government. the f-b-i found them in their investigation, and the state department has been ordered to make them public soon. it's not clear what they contain, but they could shed more light on the complicated relationship between then secretary of state hillary clinton and the clinton foundation -- with republicans pointing to evidence of influence peddling. still, it's not clear how much traction any of this will get. piece of luck this year in that she has an opponent who has bigger troubles than she does." and donald trump is -- without question -- behind in the polls. his latest trouble -- immigration reform, and whether he's backing away from a commitment to deport all illegal immigrants. last night, he said his priority would be those who have committed other crimes. trump: "the police know who they are. they are known by law enforcement who they are. we don't do anything. they go around killing people and hurting people. and they are going to be
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varies president obama is heading to louisiana to check out the historic flooding. and wikileaks coming under fire after it allegedly releases private information of hundreds of innocent people... jessob is in the newsroom with details. a new report released by the associated press this morning says files belonging to many of private citizens. the online group is also being accused of naming teenage rape victims... and even offering up the name of a saudi citizen, arrested for being gay. --- which is seen as an offense punishable by death in the muslim country. wikileaks' initial plan was for a "worldwide community of informed users" by exposing government secrets. wikileaks founder julian assange has not commented on the new report. president obama will make his first visit to waterlogged
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to assure victims who have suffered damage to their homes, schools and businesses that his administration has made their recovery a priority. obama has taken some heat for opting to complete his family's two-week vacation in martha's vineyard before going to louisiana. more trouble for u-s olympic swimmer ryan lochte. speedo and ralph lauren both saying they will not renew sponsorship all comes after lochte and three teammates said they had been robbed at gunpoint after attending a party at the olympics in brazil... but a few days later it was discovered that the athletes vandalized a gas station. lochte has since apologized saying he "over-exaggerated" the story. breaking news --- russia's paralympic athletes have been banned from playing at this summers games --- that's
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russia'sstate-backed doping program. the russian paralympic committee had appealed a decision made two weeks ago to exclude the team from taking part in the sept. 7-18 games in rio. the green bay packers wide receiver --back at practice with a huge smile on his face! it's been one year since jordy nelson tore his a-c-l in a preseason game at pittsburgh. nelson was activated from the "physically unable to perform list" last week. green bay takes on the 49ers still to come on wake up --- why one teacher is saying no to homework. laptops are a key item on many back to school shopping lists. we're finding out how to know which laptop is right for your college student. carl is giving us a new take on food this morning at the public market.
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you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. another day with high pressure bringing us some sunshine and helping with a southerly push of warm and slightly more humid air. highs will reach the low 80s and dewpoints will get
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our way tonight and into wednesday. that low will help to generate rain and thunderstorms. some of those storms could be strong or severe. the storm prediction center has our area under a 'marginal risk' for severe storms. after the cold front clears in the early hours of thursday, we cool down and dewpoints drop a bit. highs will fall into the 70s friday and saturday but start warming again sunday. today: mostly sunny. high: 82 dewpoint: 64 wind: sse 5-10 mph tonight: increasingly cloudy. low: 68 dewpoint: 65 wind: s 5-10 mph wednesday:mostly cloudy. rain and thunderstorms likely. high: 82 dewpoint: 70 wind: sw 5-10 mph wind: sw 5-10 mph dick adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow delays green on traffic map = no delays one of the best parts of the milwaukee public market is the opportunity to try all different styles of food. carl is doing just that this morning -- going back to our
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another day with high pressure bringing us some sunshine and helping with a southerly push of warm and slit air. highs will reach the low 80s and dewpoints will get into the low 60s. a low moves our way tonight and into wednesday. that low will help to generate rain and thunderstorms. some of those storms could be strong or severe. the storm prediction center has our area under a 'marginal risk' for severe storms. after the cold front clears in the early hours of thursday, we cool down and dewpoints drop a bit. highs will fall into the 70s friday and saturday but start warming again sunday. today: mostly sunny. high: 82 dewpoint: 64 wind: sse 5-10 mph tonight: increasingly cloudy. low: 68 dewpoint: 65 wind: s 5-10 mph wednesday:mostly cloudy. rain and thunderstorms likely. high: 82 dewpoint: 70 wind: sw 5-10 mph for students heading to college this fall, laptops are a must.
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wednesday:mostly cloudy. rain and thunderstorms likely. high: 82 dewpoint: 70 wind: sw 5-10
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for students heading to college this fall, laptops are a must. but with so many options, how do you know whats best for you? in this morning's contact 6 report -- jenna sachs shares consumer reports tips on how to pick the right laptop. whether its writing papers, taking notes or playing streaming video games, its important for college students handle what they need it to do. consumer reports says the first thing to do when shopping is check with your school. often they have specific requirements when it comes to computers. most colleges will say you can buy either windows or apple. but some specific schools within the college, may use applications that only run on one or the other. "on college campuses youre gonna see a lot of mac laptops. except when you go to an engineering building, in which case youll see a lot of windows laptops." consumer reports laptop expert says price is the next thing to consider. 'mac laptops tend to
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going to pay a thousand dollars or more for anything they have to offer. but, in our survey, they are the most reliable. but windows laptops offer a much wider range of pricing. you can pay as little as a couple of hundred dollars. or you can pay as much as a mac, or even more.' then theres the size. consumer reports says 13-inch laptops offer a good compromise between screen size and weight for students on models include the macbook pro for 13-hundred dollars and the one thousand dollar dell xps non-touch. if youre looking to spend less — the 14-inch acer aspire is a consumer reports best buy at 700 dollars. 'the small, thin and lights are great. theyre cool. theyre easy to carry. but if youre pulling an all- nighter writing that term paper, youre going to be looking for a larger screen than what those little guys afford you.' when shopping, consumer reports suggests looking for back-to-
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education pricing on laptops and other items, microsoft offers discounts of 10 percent or more and many individual computer-makers offer them as well. i'm jenna sachs contact 6. on the upside --- one teacher has a classroom policy that her students can really get behind. she's not giving out any homework assignments this school year! the only work that goes home is what doesn't get completed in class. the texas teacher says research shows homework has no significant impact on performance so she'd rather family's use be together. a parent posted this note on facebook at its gotten more than 66-thousand shares. still to come on wake up at eight --- a look at the must have school supplies for heading back to class. plus, we get a preview of the upcoming season of "empire." smollett says: "the main thing that blew my mind this season was." coming up at eight --- find out what moment blew his mind when the cast of empire talks about the twists in store for season
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dangerous leap of faith. the reason why after the break. time now 7-xx you're taking a live look outside this morning.. another nice day with
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russ feingold: i'm russ feingold and i approve this message. narrator: listen to senator johnson on student loans: ron johnson: it's just kinda free money, young people don't really, necessarily understand finance. narrator: what senator johnson doesn't understand is, more than 800,000 wisconsinites have student loans. but he wants to eliminate federal student loans and keep interest rates high. johnson: it's just kinda free money... narrator: with senator johnson, opportunity for middle class kids would disappear.
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a daredevil pastor in new york is at it again. last month, john "mercury" morgan jumped through a wall of fire on his motorcycle. now -- check out his latest feat: nats for 3 seconds - "here we go!" angelica the stunt performer is a pastor at the faith on fire fellowship in brighton, new york. symbolic of his faith -- with the ramp representing the highs and lows in life. kim the stunt was to promote a local charity. the stunt was to promote a local charity. his church also gave away book bags and set up bounce houses for kids during the stunt. a small town in minnesota may have the the nation's most
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leader... just a little furrier. meet duke...and yes...he is actually the mayor of cormorant minnesota... and he just won his re- election bid. the nine-year-old great pyrenees was first elected as mayor three years ago with a write-in vote. but it looks like the town's residents are pretty pleased with duke's leadership. he didn't have any challengers during the election over the weekend. duke will be up for re-election next year as well -- for his fourth consecutive term. wakeup news. stay with us -
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now at 8:00 -- new information this morning on a shooting happening station. the charges the suspect is now facing. plus - a fox six exclusive --- a former milwaukee police officer is accused of threatening the mayor. what he said inside city hall... that's coming up. good morning and welcome back to wakeup.. time now x:xx adlib weather forecast another day with high pressure bringing us some sunshine and helping with a southerly push of warm

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