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police are investigating what led to a triple shooting last night. it happened on the west corinthios has the details. milwaukee police tell us this started as a physical fight... then at least one person pulled out a gun and started shooting. three people were shot in the area of 29th and clybourn 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
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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 victims are expected to survive. no one is in custody. involving the shooting outside district 6 police station. a criminal complaint reveals the victim reed carlsen was shot three times before he died. the alleged shooter, 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 if they were cops.
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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....then walked into the police station and turned himself in. he is now charged with first degree reckless homicide. mostly sunny this afternoon with the temperature reaching into the low 80s. dewpoints will be slightly higher in the 60s. clouds increase overnight as rain and thunder move in for wednesday. some storms may be strong to severe. a few lingering showers possible early thursday then gradual clearing. cooler by friday and saturday with highs in the 70s. another chance for t-storms saturday night into sunday. today: mostly sunny. high: 82 dewpoint: 62 wind: sw-se 5-15 mph tonight: increasingly cloudy. low: 68 dewpoint: 65 wind: s 5-10 mph wednesday:mostly cloudy with t-storms likely. muggy. high: 82 dewpoint: 70 wind: sw 5-15
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...a sign milwaukee is getting back to normal. 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 curfew is 11
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curfew in milwaukee will be 10 p-m on school nights. police have a suspect in an arson that occurred during milwaukee's unrest. take a look... this man was caught on surveillance inside m-j-m liquor-- after it was broken into and before it was set on fire. 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 new information now about the officer-involved shooting that prompted the unrest 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
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and killed near 44th and auer, a week ago saturday. authorities have said smith was fleeing police, and that footage from the officer's body camera clearly shows smith holding a handgun. but schimel says that footage is just a small part of the investigation. his team is also interviewing witnesses-- and reviewing evidence collected at the scene. schimel would not comment on whether smith and the officer knew one another, saying only investigators are looking into that as well. we are piecing together detai and mr. smith to determine if there is any pre-existing relationship that may have affected the events that day. schimel says there is no timeline 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. and in response to schimel's remarks-- the a-c-l-u of wisconsin says many
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suspicion stop. a suspicion stop? ok, so what was suspicious about these two men in the rental car. " spokesman chris ah-muty 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. happening now... the red cross charitable organizations to create a "one stop shop" at farns- worth 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. a death investigation is underway in shorewood -- after a suspect dies at the police station. police say the 39-year-old man was arrested last week for a domestic violence case. the man wasa in his cell. he died at the hospital. the greenfield police department will be handling the investigation. a man is accused of making threats at city hall. the ironic part:: he's a former milwaukee police officer. the 48-year old man was arrested after claiming he had a gun. fox 6's bret lemoine explains-- what police found - was almost as dangerous. according to the criminal
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walked up to this information counter inside city hall with a bag... and told a worker he had recently been arrested for a d-u-i and that he is a former city employee. the milwaukee police department confirms collado is in fact a former m- p-d officer. while he was speaking to the worker, milwaukee mayor tom barrett walked by with his security detail.the worker tells investigators collado said something like 'if they try anything, ill beat with a gun. i have a gun in my bag' in reference to the mayor and his security. collado allegedly said he was leaving... but told the worker hed be ac the suspect a short time later, outside the chase bank near the corner of wisconsin and water about two blocks away from city hall.' corner of wisconsin and water about two blocks away from city hall.' officers confiscated collados bag... inside there was no gun. but this former cop was allegedly carrying a one-and- a-half pound black camp axe. also inside the bag... police say they found a clear plastic sandwich
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investigators say the substance tested positive for cocaine... weighing point-24 grams. online court records show collado pleaded 'not guilty' during his initial appearance saturday and was released on a 500-dollar signature bond. when we stopped by his house monday... nat 'door knock' ...no one answered the door but loud music was coming from inside. collado faces charges of disorderly conduct... and possession of cocaine. the milwaukee county district attorneys o about this case. a spokeswoman for the mayor did not return our calls. he is ordered to have no contact with city hall... controlled substances... or weapons. school is back in session for more than four-thousand students in florida's "zika zone." ..how health officials are exercising caution. and-- president obama is making his first visit to louisiana after severe flooding in the state. ...why he took some heat for not going earlier. plus-- more trouble for ryan loch-te. ...the sponsors that
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it was one of the first to come with a brand new truck. 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- that will save taxpayer money and help business create jobs here. i'm russ feingold and i approve this message because we don't need an economy that works only for ceos, we need an economy that works for everyone. worried about the spread of zika... especially now that school is back in session. more than four-thousand students go to school in a so-called zika zone.
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across america now... president obama will mke visit to water- logged southern louisiana today. the president will try 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 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. ... a soldier is found dead in fort hood, texas. 24-year-old dion shannon servant was found unresponsive inside
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19th. according to the army -- servant was assigned to the third brigade combat team, first calvary division at fort hood, since december 20-14. servant was from maywood, illinois -- where neighbors say they are praying for him and his family. new developments in june's deadly gator attack at disney world. the florida fish and wildlife commission says little could be done to prevent the 2-year-old boy from being taken. their report says the gator "predatory manner" --and that the boy did nothing to provoke it. the reports also says a man alerted staff about alligators, an hour before the attack. six gators capable of the attack have been killed. officials are confident that the deadly gator was among them. a pennsylvania man is free...after being trapped between two buildings for more than four hours. police say the man was trying to impress a woman by jumping from one roof to the next.
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ended up wedged in between the buildings. crews had to break through the brick wall of a nearby restaurant to rescue him. the man was put on a stretcher and taken to the hospital. no word on his condition. more trouble for u-s olympic swimmer ryan loch-te. speedo and ralph lauren both say they will not renew sponsorship contracts with the athlete. this 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 f that the athletes vandalized a gas station. lochte has since apologized saying he "over-exaggerated" the story. adlib to weather mostly sunny this afternoon with the temperature reaching into the low 80s. dewpoints will be slightly higher in the 60s. clouds increase overnight as rain and thunder move in for wednesday. some storms may be strong to severe. a few lingering showers possible early thursday then gradual clearing. cooler by friday and saturday with highs in the 70s. another chance for t-storms saturday night into sunday. today: mostly sunny.
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tonight: increasingly cloudy. low: 68 dewpoint: 65 wind: s 5-10 mph wednesday:mostly cloudy with t-storms likely. muggy. high: 82 dewpoint: 70 wind: sw 5-15 mph thursday: gradual clearing. am low: 69 high: 80 dewpoint: 63 wind: w 5-10 mph friday: mostly sunny. am low: 60 high: 74 dewpoint: 56 wind: nw 5-10 mph saturday: increasing clouds with t-storms possible at night. am low: 62 high: 76 dewpoint: 59 wind: se 5-10 mph sunday: mostly cloudy with the chance for t-storms. am low: 64 high: 82 dewpoint: 65 wind: s 5-10 mph mostly sunny this afternoon with the temperature reachi low 80s. dewpoints will be slightly higher in the 60s. clouds increase overnight as rain and thunder move in for wednesday. some storms may be strong to severe. a few lingering showers possible early thursday then gradual clearing. cooler by friday and saturday with highs in the 70s. another chance for t-storms saturday night into sunday. today: mostly sunny. high: 82 dewpoint: 62 wind: sw-se 5-15 mph tonight: increasingly cloudy. low: 68 dewpoint: 65 wind: s 5-10 mph wednesday:mostly cloudy with t-storms likely. muggy. high: 82 dewpoint: 70 wind: sw 5-15
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high: 80 dewpoint: 63 wind: w 5-10 mph friday: mostly sunny. am low: 60 high: 74 dewpoint: 56 wind: nw 5-10 mph saturday: increasing clouds with t-storms possible at night. am low: 62 high: 76 dewpoint: 59 wind: se 5-10 mph sunday: mostly cloudy with the chance for t-storms. am low: 64 high: 82 dewpoint: 65 wind: s 5-10
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cities are challenging the approval of waukesha's plan to use water from lake michigan-- and home prices are up in july. sean ryan joins us live from the milwaukee business journal headquarters. let's start with waukesha's water plan. 1. which group is challenging the water proposal? 2. when
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let's talk about statewide home sales. 1. how much activity is there compared with last year? 2. how
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carl is checking out what's new at the milwaukee public market. carl is checking out what's new
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the milwaukee public market is coming up on its 11th anniversary, in october....and it continues to offer a variety of classes for all different tastes. carl deffen-baugh is
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their stories for a new campaign... coming up-- hear one local man's story...about how an un-expected addition
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big stories at 1130. three people are injured in a triple shooting on milwaukee's west side... ...what led up to the gunfire. plus-- a rock star is found dead in a west bend hotel. now, the guitarist's dad is speaking out. ...what he's saying about his son. showers and t-storms on the way
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our big story at 11-30... a fight breaks out on milwaukee's west side...then someone pulls out a gun and starts shooting. three people are now hurt. our deandra corinthios has the latest milwaukee police tell u then at least one person pulled out a gun and started shooting. three people were shot in the area of 29th and clybourn 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
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suffering a graze wound. police say they're not sure if the victims were actually involved in the fight...or simply bystanders. all three victims are expected to survive. no one is in custody. new information this morning-- involving the shooting outside district 6 police station. a criminal complaint reveals the victim reed carlsen was shot three times before he died. 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 if they were cops. drescher told him to go away. he says the 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
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multiple times....then walked into the police station and turned himself in. he is now charged with first degree reckless homicide. adlib to weather mostly sunny this afternoon with the temperature reaching into the low 80s. dewpoints will be slightly higher in the 60s. clouds increase overnight as rain and thunder move in for wednesday. some storms may be strong to severe. a few lingering showers possible early thursday then gradual clearing. cooler by friday and in the 70s. another chance for t-storms saturday night into sunday. today: mostly sunny. high: 82 dewpoint: 62 wind: sw-se 5-15 mph tonight: increasingly cloudy. low: 68 dewpoint: 65
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back to normal. 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 curfew is 11 p-m. once students are back in class, the curfew in milwaukee will be 10
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arson that occurred during milwaukee's unrest. this man was caught on surveillance inside m-j-m liquor..after it was broken into and before it was set on fire. 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 the a-t-f. wisconsin attorney general brad schimel says he's worried the evidence the investigation if it's made public too soon. sylville smith was shot and killed near 44th and auer back on august 13th. authorities say smith was trying to get away from police. mayor barrett says footage from the officer's body camera clearly shows smith holding a handgun. and while schmimel won't release it.... he says he understands why the mayor revealed information about the still frame he saw from the video.
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safety and calm in the city and i think what he did was a reasonable decision to release a small piece of information. 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. carroll university is back open.. on campus. police responded to calls last night of a possible armed person looking into windows at the humphrey memorial 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
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milwaukee police officer is accused of threatening the mayor. 48-year old gilberto collado 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 his security detail. collado allegedly told the clerk he had a gun and he would beat them with it. officers later found 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. a rockstar - found dead in a
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matt roberts died... as we a west bend hotel. it's unclear how 38-year-old matt roberts died... as we await toxicology reports. fox six's jenna sachs spoke with the band roberts had rehearsed with just hours earlier... preparing for a benefit concert that would never take place. brad siebers clears away tables ... he set them up for what was supposed to be a benefit concert. instead ... the crowd came to memorialize the headline performer. they were emotional, i was actually pretty emotional matt roberts' last jam session ... as he rehearsed with local band the nix ... in the basement of a west bend home. roberts was a founder and guitar player ... for the band 3 doors down. popular ... in the early 2000s. it was the feeling of hey, there's a rock star in my basement. nick pari welcomed roberts into his home friday night. it was like i made a really good friend and he was just taken away. pari had
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stars and stripes honor flight. i explained what the event was and he said, oh i'll do that for free. he described roberts as down to earth ... intelligent and creative. the two talked for hours. the next night ... pari had to make this announcement. we had a really nice rehearsal with matt roberts last night and this morning he passed away at the hotel. the stunned crowd honored roberts ... with ten minutes of silence. we shut the entire stage down except for one spotlight and we put matt's les paul on the stage. roberts' dad was in town ... and thanked this is a hard thing you can imagine. he says he doesn't know what killed his son ... but says his son suffered from anxiety his whole life. the nix paid tribute... playing the songs they'd rehearsed together. bringing hope in the fight against cancer... how an unexpected addition changed things for one local
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and how a barbershop is giving kids and incentive to pick up a
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at at&t, we believe in access. the opportunity for everyone to explore a digital world full of possibilities. connecting with family, friends and the
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an unexpected addition to an ozaukee county family brings them hope in the fight against cancer. deandra corinthios a "you are getting so big" the nurses at the aurora cancer center in grafton have known baby hope...since she was born. "we saw the baby, heard the heartbeat and three hours later a doctor was telling me i was ..i had cancer" bill foster found out he had stage 3 colon cancer the same day his wife had her 8 week ultrasound. "it was devastating and heart breaking and terrifying because you never anticipate to hear
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arrival...changed things... pushing bill to get through the roughest parts of chemotherapy. thats how she got her name. "she really is our hope and inspiration and you know how cancer goes hope is the big thing about it" bill is one of a dozen patients featured in the cancer knows no borders campaign. dollars raised in wisconsin go to the aurora foundation. " at aurora we treat 1 in 4 cancer patients throughout the state" patient stories are in published...in the hopes of bringing in donations. "most people are able quickly think of someone in their life who has been diagnosed with bill ignored symptoms for years. "it could have been bad, 6 more months and we might not be talking this" and wants to encourage others...to seek help quickly.. to spend life with those who they love the most. "i guess what i learned about myself is im not indestructible either so go get checked" in grafton deandra corinthios
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mostly sunny this afternoon with the temperature reaching into the low 80s. dewpoints will be slightly higher in the 60s. clouds increase overnight as rain and thunder move in for wednesday. some storms may be strong to severe. a few lingering showers possible early thursday then gradual clearing. cooler by friday and saturday with highs in the 70s. another chance for t-storms saturday night into sunday. today: mostly sunny. high: 82 dewpoint: 62 wind: sw-se 5-15 mph tonight: increasingly cloudy. low: 68 dewpoint: 65 wind: s 5-10 mph wednesday:mostly cloudy with t-storms likely. muggy. high: 82 dewpoint: 70 wind: sw 5-15 mph low: 69 high: 80 dewpoint: 63 wind: w 5-10 mph friday: mostly sunny. am low: 60 high: 74 dewpoint: 56 wind: nw 5-10 mph saturday: increasing clouds with t-storms possible at night. am low: 62 high: 76 dewpoint: 59 wind: se 5-10 mph sunday: mostly cloudy with the chance for t-storms. am low: 64 high: 82
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mph mostly sunny this afternoon with the temperature reaching into the low 80s. dewpoints will be slightly higher in the 60s. clouds increase overnight as rain and thunder move in for wednesday. some storms may be strong to severe. a few lingering showers possible early thursday then gradual clearing. cooler by friday and saturday with highs in the 70s. another chance for t-storms saturday night into sunday. today: mostly sunny. wind: sw-se 5-15 mph tonight: increasingly cloudy. low: 68 dewpoint: 65 wind: s 5-10 mph wednesday:mostly cloudy with t-storms likely. muggy. high: 82 dewpoint: 70 wind: sw 5-15 mph thursday: gradual clearing. am low: 69 high: 80 dewpoint: 63 wind: w 5-10 mph friday: mostly sunny. am low: 60 high: 74 dewpoint: 56 wind: nw 5-10
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t-storms possible at night. am low: 62 high: 76 dewpoint: 59 wind: se 5-10 mph sunday: mostly cloudy with the chance for t-storms. am low: 64 high: 82 dewpoint: 65 wind: s 5-10
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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, le class kids would disappear. ron johnson's not for students.
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working to make a difference, giving kids a new incentive to pick up a book. fox6's kim murphy has more on the program called "read to cut". reading isn't always at the top parmelle's to-do list. nat "is reading one of your favorite things to do? no." ..but king's, an african-american owned barbershop in appleton, is trying to change that through its 'read to cut' event. in exchange for reading, young participants can get a free haircut. organizers say it's their way to create unity in light of the recent riots in milwaukee. "we should do what we can in order to do better by the kids, it's just a small token we could here at kings,
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organizers say the event isn't just about bringing the community together, but also to create positive habits. cainan "now a day's kids are so wrapped up with these games, and with these phones reading is a dying breed, it's getting to the point that no one's reading anymore." the barbershop, which is usually closed on sundays, kept the doors open until 5 p-m. and a variety of books were available skyler "i like basketball and it's about michael jordan" .. and from skyler's experience the event has already rubbed off a bit. s/skyler 1:17-1:22 "it's going to help people read, because people need to read its good, its helps you get better grades." ...all helping to promoting unity through education. kim murphy
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