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brad thanks ben the mother of a little girl speaking out. she is begging the driver to turn himself in. the 11-year-old was struck at 27th and burleigh while she was riding her bike. she is being treated at children's hospital. that's where fox 6's ashley sears spoke to her mother about the accident. we cry every day, we cant sleep, we cant even think straight.domini que ford struggles as she talks about what happened to her daughter. i cant believe my babys laying
there.11-year-old katty katie bartley was riding her bike near 27th and burleigh--tuesday evening, when she was struck by a van.the driver took off. the moments after-- continue to replay in ford's mind. its hard to see my daughter like that. she wasnt moving, she wasnt talking, she wouldnt open her eyes.the little girl with a vibrant smile, now struggles to speak, has nightmares and memory loss. 48:09 gh confused. she doesnt remember anybody, but two people in the family. police say they have identified the driver, but he hasn't yet been taken into custody. just turn yourself in so we have peace of mind.ford hopes his arrest will bring some closure-- so her family can focus on helping a little girl heal. god has a plan for her, this is a life story. once she gets old enough she will tell people what shes been through at the age of 11. ford tells us her daughter will not be able to start school in
listed in fair condition. anyone with information about the driver, should contact police. live outside of children's hospital, ashley sears fox 6 news. steph thanks ash steven avery's attorney was back in court today.... trying exonerate him in the death of teresa halbach. kathleen zellner filed a motion, seeking to retest evidence that was used to convict her client. fox 6's krystle kacner has the story. steven avery was convicted of killing photographer teresa halbach. to undo a conviction like this there 20,000 pages of records theres many swabs that were never tested, so weve had to go back through evertythingnow... his attorney kathleen zellner wants to take a closer look at some of the evidence... these tests are going to establish definitively the age of the blood, in the
to know through radio carbon or dna methalatonion, zellner says some testing has already been done.. the motion filed is a few hundred pages thick.... proof of many months of arguous work... "now weve got it pinned down to the testing we need to do to determine once and for all was the evidence in the vehicle planted was the dna on the bullet planted , was the car key planted was dna on the car key planted , were going to be al of the questions " but first... the attorney general needs to agree to the testing... "if you think about it, no ones who's guilty would ever allow this extensive testing to be done. from fibers to contaminants to dna to blood aging, all of those things are going to be done in this. " today .. zellner also talked about possible other suspects.. she didn't go into detail.. but did say
down dramatically. in manitowoc county, kk fox 6 news there is now a reward of more than 22 thousand dollars being offered to help find the person who killed two nuns in mississippi. one of the nuns, "sister margaret held," grew up in slinger and worked with the school sisters of st. francis in milwaukee. police found the women stabbed to death inside their home... where they work as nurse practitioners helping people in the poor, rural area. to one of the victims was found abandoned-- less than a mile from the home. the death toll continues to rise following an earthquake in central italy earlier this week. the search for survivors has been very personal for one local man. fox6's rachelle baillon has more details. a 6.2 magnitude earthquake rocked central italy earlier this week--and has claimed the lives of at least 250 people. those with loved
rescue crews dig through the rubble, trying to find survivors. "come wednesday morning my phone starts going off the hook with text messages and letting me know that nino and simona are missing and they were there." tony paladino says his cousin and his cousin's wife own a vacation home in the area that was hit by the earthquake. rescuers found the couple's dog alive on wednesday... "the greatest video that they see is the rescuers carrying their dog out of the rubble so that gav tragically, those hopes were dashed friday afternoon when paladino got word that nino and simona's bodies had been found. "you always prepare for the worst and expect the best but even you know with all that preparation it's still difficult to swallow." paladino says his grief is prompting him to look for ways he can help others in similar situations. "earthquakes happen in italy in all over
hits home any chance i get to make any small contribution you know i need to take that." paladino says he won't be able to make it overseas for the funerals, but his mom is currently in italy and he says she'll represent the family and join his other family members as they grieve. back to you. a 13 year old girl is dead after drowning in racine. police were called to island park just before 4 o'clock this afternoon. investigators say the victim was playing with her cousin, when river... and went under the water. officers pulled the girl out of the river, but were unable to revive her. the investigation is ongoing, but the death is not considered to be suspicious. the man shot and killed by milwaukee police - sparking widespread unrest in the city - was laid to rest today. funeral services were held for sylville smith. the service focused on helping the family and the community heal. rev. jesse jackson delivered the eulogy. he says the uprising that followed the shooting show that people are living in pain, and poverty.... and his goal is
opportunity. we want to meet with them continuously they need more than temporary consolation they need jobs and skills training education and security for their families, they need what everyone else needs ...equal opportunity. jackson also told those at the funeral that the real way of paying tribute to smith is to get people back to segregation. the sherman park neighborhood will be getting some help from the state. governor scott walker announced today a plan to invest nearly 5 million dollars in milwaukee. the money will serve two key purposes: to help people in the central city find jobs and to renovate or demolish the vacant buildings in their neighborhoods. mayor barrett says he's also hoping the city can also secure federal money to help address the vacant
mainly cloudy this evening with the temperature gradually falling into the middle 60s overnight. showers and thunderstorms will move in after midnight and continue saturday morning then mostly cloudy the rest of the afternoon with scattered t-storms. temperatures will stay in the upper 70s then rise into the 80s by sunday. gradual clearing throughout sunday then there is the slight chance for a tonight: rain and thunder after midnight. low: 65 dewpoint: 64 wind: e 2-4 mph saturday: morning rain and thunder will become scattered in the afternoon. high: 78 dewpoint: 68 wind: se-sw
new video of a wild, police chase in washington county. it happened on august 11th... when officers tried to stop 41 year old sara sebone. police say she took off... with officers eventually finding the suspect's vehicle in cabela's parking lot.. in richfield. the black car was jumping curbs -- and even hitting two squad cars. safety reasons. police later tracked her down at a home in new berlin... where she is accused of punching an officer in the face before she was arrested. back open, and ahead of schedule! the bridge near the zoo interchange that's back open tonight - and why it was so important to get it done on time. and there's no problem with houston as the badgers starting quarterback let his folks know about his status. brandon cruz has that coming up in sports.
the center street bridge is back open to the public! a ribbon-cutting ceremony was held over "eye"-41 at the zoo interchange this afternoon. the bridge serves as a crucial link between whitman middle school on the east side of the freeway and wauwatosa west hi eisenhower grade school to the west. the center street bridge is just one of the many projects taking place by the zoo interchange. 'through all these projects, we are getting a lot of new streets that are being upgraded butted with all adding to the safety of our residents. that is paramount to us,' the project was promised to be re- opened by the beginning of the school year. as it turns out-- they finished a couple days ahead of schedule.
weather mainly cloudy this evening with the temperature gradually falling into the middle 60s overnight. showers and thunderstorms will move in after midnight and continue saturday morning then mostly cloudy the rest of the afternoon with scattered t-storms. upper 70s then rise into the 80s by sunday. gradual clearing throughout sunday then there is the slight chance for a few t-storms monday and tuesday. tonight: rain and thunder after midnight. low: 65 dewpoint: 64 wind: e 2-4 mph saturday: morning rain and thunder will become scattered
dewpoint: 68 wind: se-sw 5-10 mph sunday: gradual clearing. am low: 67 high: 82 dewpoint: 69 wind: se 5-10 mph monday: partly sunny with an isolated shower possible. am low: 67 wind: sw-se 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny with an isolated shower possible. am low: 68 high: 83 dewpoint: 69 wind: w 5-10 mph wednesday:mostly sunny. am low: 66 high: 77 dewpoint: 60 wind: ne 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. am low: 63 high: 79
mph mainly cloudy this evening with the temperature gradually falling into the middle 60s overnight. showers and thunderstorms will move in after midnight and continue saturday morning then mostly cloudy the rest of the afternoon with scattered t-storms. temperatures will stay in the upper 70s then rise into the 80s by sunday. gradual clearing throughout sunday then there is the slight chance for a few t-storms monday tonight: rain and thunder after midnight. low: 65 dewpoint: 64 wind: e 2-4 mph saturday: morning rain and thunder will become scattered in the afternoon. high: 78 dewpoint: 68 wind: se-sw 5-10 mph sunday: gradual clearing. am low: 67 high: 82 dewpoint: 69 wind: se 5-10 mph monday: partly sunny with an
high: 83 dewpoint: 71 wind: sw-se 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny with an isolated shower possible. am low: 68 high: 83 dewpoint: 69 wind: w 5-10 mph wednesday:mostly sunny. am low: 66 high: 77 dewpoint: 60 wind: ne 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. am low: 63 high: 79 dewpoint: 58 wind: se 5-10 mph extra innings, ending their longest win streak of the season, the brewers were hoping to start a new one tonight at miller park against the pirates. and they get the pitching they were looking for as matt garza was rolling striking out a season high 9 in 5 and a third innings of work. but in the 6th, jonathan villar commits 2 errors and that opens the flood gates as the pirates score 5 times, 4 on one swing by jordy mercer. the grand slam does the brewers
jeffress is in trouble in texas. he was arrested early this morning on suspicion of driving while intoxicated. he was pulled over after leaving a nightclub for failing to use a signal to change lanes and police say he almost hit a car. he was booked into the dallas county jail after failing a field sobriety test. this afternoon, he was placed on the restricted list by general manager jon daniels. the league is also investigating the situation. at citifield tonight, steve stricker got the honor of throwing out the and maybe it was a good thing for the mets as they would start the game with back to back home runs. stricker, meanwhile, will play the 3rd round of the barclays tomorrow starting the day tied for 61st. aaron rodgers night is done as he threw for a touchdown and the packers and 49ers are tied at 7 in the 2nd quarter. he was named the starter yesterday and today, badgers quarterback bart houston was able to talk about what that means to him, especially as he enters his senior season. "told them on speaker phone and my mom like screamed and my dad
take advantage of the opportunity. very politically correct." the time is almost here, so get everyone together because in a matter of moments, the high school blitz will be rolling in. the week two edition is about to begin. we are the greendale cheer team. we are the menominee falls cheer team and we are the fox six featured game of the week cheering let's go falls! go
no rain, no lightning, just football under the friday night lights. welcome to week two of the high school blitz. we have no time to waste so let's get things started with... maybe the most exciting game of the night between cedarburg and sussex-hamilton. a sign of things to come, an onside kick to start the game. the bulldogs recover, but because they touched the ball e ball with great field position. and they capitalize as nick mirasola goes 29-yards untouched for the score. cedarburg responds with a field goal, and then patrick hoffman sprints in from 39 yards to give the bulldogs a 10-to-7 lead. hamilton takes back the lead in the second half behind sophomore jackson
14-10.but the bulldogs mount a 4th quarter comeback. jack meyer with the strike to mitchell stroebel in the endzone with just 35 seconds left to take the lead 24-21. the chargers have plenty of time it turns out to comeback from that as it's kollath again this time catching the 58-yard game winning touchdown. this one ends with a score of 28 to 24. "great game obviously a thriller but the bottom line was i just said this is a great lesson on the and it's a great lesson in life. you know when you put forth you know full effort and you have a never quit attitude good things are going to happen and they showed that tonight" kewaskum at port washington. pirates down 7-0 in the 3rd running the option, but it breaks down on fumbled pitch.. that might have been a good
somehow breaks free for the 78 yard touchdown tying the game at 7. the visitors respond as dalton poole with the quick strike to daniel kries in the crease, 78 yards deep into port territory setting up another touchdown giving them a 14-7 lead. poole and kries hook up again on this diving catch 44 yards setting up another touchdown and the lead grows to 21-7. ke season with the 21-14 win. "good to get the win, port brought everything they could at us, they're strong they had some really good team speed that closed things down our defense answered the call we got help with a few penalties here and there that put them at bad situations and we made just enough plays to come out on top." the land of oz, also know as ozaukee high school, dedicating first home game to local veterans, a nice show of support with the
stops, the warriors move the ball... joe lippe on the option pass finds garrett hoffman for the nice grab and first down.. few plays later, lippe connects with jaren henderson streaking down the sideline for the score 7-0 oz. the rockets then have liftoff. on 3rd and long, josh weiss rolls out and there's reid hilbelink who hauls it in, even while being double teamed... that leads to a short touchdown but a missed point after attempt. making it 7-to 6. in the end...ozaukee holds on for the 40 to 35 win. conference lines. greendale hosting it's first home game this season looking to improve to 2-0 hosting menomonee falls who is looking for win number one. our number one is at the game tonight, take it away tom
to brandon in studio we move to the the milwaukee city conference where things got underway this afternoon. the barack obama career & technical school hosting milwaukee washington at custer stadium. and what a start in this one as the purgolders' johnny bishop takes the opening kic and after the 2-point conversion it was quickly 8 to nothing. the cougars ensuing drive ends in a touchdown, mainly because of this 39 yard run on the cut back, and it's an 8- to-6 game. later in the 1st, nick finn finds bishop down field and he gets into the end zone again,
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