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now at seven --- two nuns are killed in mississippi -- one of those women was from the milwaukee area. the latest on the investigation. and --- two teens are tragically killed in a crash friday night. how they're being remembered by their loved ones. good morning and thanks for waking up with us. i'm derica williams. and i'm rachael kaye. overall, it's looking like a pretty quiet sunday for us. once early morn cloudy with dewpoints in the upper 60s, and highs in the low 80s. overnight lows will drop down to the low and mid 60s. with that, we have another chance of fog heading into monday morning. today: partly cloudy. high: 81 dewpoint:
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milwaukee police are investigating a fatal shooting. it happened last area of richards and wright. the victim is a 30-year-old male -- despite life saving efforts by milwaukee police and fire, he died on scene. milwaukee police are investigating another shooting. we're told an adult male was in the area of 34th and silver spring. he was taken to the hospital and is in stable condition. at this point, no one is in custody. a 46-year-old man has now been arrested and charged with the deaths of two nuns in mississippi. one of those women was from the
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details. father richard stoffel says the home church for sister margaret held's family was in slinger, that's how he formed a bond with her. "this was an ordinary woman who grew up in an ordinary town in an ordinary family that loved one another extraordinarily." school sisters of saint francis in milwaukee and eventually moved to mississippi, where she served as a nurse practitioner in one of the state's poorest areas. she shared a home with another nun, sister paula merrill, who was also a nurse practitioner. "it was probably a very dangerous mission for two women to be there doing but they did it so well for so many that they were admired for so much good that they did." the
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their violent deaths all the more shocking. the women's bodies were found in their home after they failed to show up for work on thursday. they had been stabbed to death. 46-year-old rodney sanders was arrested and charged in their deaths on saturday. the motive for the killings remains unclear. but the lives lost leave a void that will be hard to fill. "a very sweet, gentle soul who wouldn't hurt a person or a thing and just wanted to give of herself as much as she could to help people." rb fox six news. we're told plans are in the works for memorial services to be held for sister margaret held both in mississippi as well as in the milwaukee area. two juveniles are dead after a car crash friday night near 35th and keefe. while milwaukee police figure out how it all happened -- fox 6 has learned more about the efforts to save the teens involved. family tells fox 6 the boys who died are "latrey l. robinson-hale" and "demetrius batchelor jr." police say two
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tree. juice rice came upon the tragic scene around 8-30 friday night while going for a walk... and did what he could to help. "i went to the other little guy, he's like 14, tried cpr told him to stay with me, he was trying, and he just died in my arms. he just died on me, so sad." the milwaukee police department tried to revive the two -- but they were pronounced dead four people were in the car. police say the 17-year-old driver of the car and another passenger were both taken to a local hospital where they are being treated for non-life threatening injuries. the families of the four victims came out to the crash yesterday for a balloon release. they met near 35th and keefe -- gathering to remember the two teens who died... and pray for the two who are still in the hospital. all four juveniles are related to each other. family members are asking the
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and, they want people to know the victims are good people who stayed out of trouble family members say the driver had just gotten his license -- and this was his first car. a 2 alarm fire forces the evacuation of a south side apartment building. the fire started about 6-30 near 15th and orchard. investigators say it started in a storage room - which made it difficult to get the flames under control. no one was hurt - but 4 of the apartments were damaged. the red cross is helping the displaced residents. the red cros two weeks after unrest in milwaukees sherman park neighborhood... residents there are dealing with another setback. the 'mary ryan boys and girls club' located inside the park is temporarily closing. but officials say... theres a silver lining to this news. fox6s bret lemoine has the details. the signs on the door signal a big change to the 'mary ryan boys and girls club' inside sherman park. mm 'right now, were in the process of getting our hvac unit replaced.' club manager marco morrison explains the facility ceased
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massive renovation. mm 'the building was built 25 years ago, obviously its due time for some upgrades.' the milwaukee county executives office says a shut-down was found to be the most cost effective way to expedite the 2-point-3 million dollar infrastructure project. also part of the plans... moving the teen center from these cramped quarters... into a larger space that will include a brand new music recording studi. opportunity to express themselves.' meanwhile... milwaukee police make another arrest in connection to the looting that took place back on august 13th. investigators say 27-year old darius saxton of milwaukee was at the oreilly auto parts store, metro p-c-s and jet beauty. according to the criminal complaint, saxton denies taking anything from the stores except some lingerie he says he took from jet beauty. saxton allegedly told investigators he dropped the items in the street after leaving the store. saxton faces three
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the 'mary ryan club' will be providing transportation for members to attend other nearby boys and girls clubs. bret lemoine fox six news. more than 2 dozen churches and organizations reached out to help bring the community together. a citywide block party was held as part of the "all things in common" initiative. events were held at churches and other sites throughout the city. they featured food-- games-- and prizes. but, they also offered a chance for residents to learn about-- and sign up for-- a wide variety of "i hope that this kind of interaction between churches and the city really works out so we can be centers of community activity." all saints already reaches out to community members by providing a food pantry -- and serving hot meals 3 nights a week. a southwest airlines flight traveling from new orleans to orlando is diverted -- what caused the emergency
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do students learn more from good looking teachers and professors? why a new study suggests that could be true. julie is live at mexican fiesta.
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wakeup news. overall, it's looking like a pretty quiet sunday for us. once early morning fog breaks up, we'll be partly cloudy with dewpoints in the upper 60s, and highs in the low 80s. overnight lows will drop down to the low and mid 60s. with that, we have another chance of fog heading into monday morning. today: partly cloudy. high: 81 dewpoint: 68 wind: n/e 5-10 mph
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this year's mexican fiesta. thanks julie! chat at hb
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overall, it's looking like a pretty quiet sunday for us. once early morning fog breaks up, we'll be partly cloudy with dewpoints in the upper 60s, and highs in the low 80s. overnight lows will drop down to the low and mid 60s. with that, we have another chance of fog heading into monday morning. we'll start off the work week partly cloudy and dry. a slight chance of storms will arrive monday night and into the day tuesday. by the middle and end of the week, we're looking much cooler, with highs back into the 70s and dewpoints in the 50s. today: partly cloudy. hig: dewpoint: 68 wind: n/e 5-10 mph tonight: patchy fog. low: 61 dewpoint: 65 wind: e 2-4 mph monday: partly cloudy. slight chance for an isolated t-storm at night. high: 82 dewpoint: 65 wind: se 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny. chance for a round of rain & thunderstorms. am low: 63 high: 83 dewpoint: 67 wind: w 5-10 mph wednesday: mostly sunny. am low: 62 high: 77 dewpoint: 59 wind: n 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. am low: 58 high: 73 dewpoint: 55 wind: ne 5-10 mph friday: mostly sunny. am low: 56 high: 74
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six. we're wishing amelia in greenfield a happy sixth birthday!
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here's a nice birthday smile from lavell in milwaukee! he likes basketball, swimming and he loves going to school. there's six candles on sariah's cake in milwaukee! she likes swimming, dancing and shopping. look who's six in mount pleasant! zachary likes robots, legos and hot wheels. we're cheering for sonja in kenosha! she likes playing soccer, riding her bike and spending time with her family. it's time for airianna to ceeb with makeup, singing and reading. 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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could be true. researchers at the university of nevada designed a simple experiment using college students. they found that students remembered more of lectures that was delivered by professors they found attractive. the researchers dont think that sexual interest explains the results --they say the performance was driven by processes such as attention and motivation. in other words.. it all boils down to human nature.
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residents are still dealing with the effects of last week's devastating floods. the headaches they now face. and --- it sounds like a horror
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system. but it may really be happening in washington state. how the discovery was made. overall, it's looking like a pretty quiet sunday for us. once early morning fog breaks up, we'll be partly cloudy with dewpoints in the upper 60s, and highs in the low 80s. overnight lows will drop down to the low and mid 60s. with that, we have another chance of fog heading into monday morning. today: partly cloudy. high: 81
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historic flooding in louisiana is still not over. homes are still underwater... and the only way to reach some of them -- is by boat. as earl phelps reports -- people in louisiana gathered at town hall -- to figure out their options after record flooding. "his looks good" paul wesley is trying figure out what to salvage from his flood ravaged home. the flood water damaged more than 90-percent of the homes in denham springs, and wesley is amoung most of paul wesley/flood victim . "we need help and we need help now."wesley attended a packed town hall meeting today, to answer questions and to let people with type of help is available to home-owners. many like want wesley to know about a requirment that says if they re-build, their homes will have to be elevated. gerard landry/mayor denham springs. "this is a question that's going to have to answered at the federal level that why i reached out to our u.s. senators and congressmen as early as i did."the biggest problem for
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much he has to elevate his home before he can start the major renovations. the fema has not yet set a requirment on any possible elevation requirement, but wesley says a neighbor had to build 6-feet off the ground paul wesley/flood victim. "if this fema regulation is in affect. us having to rise our house 6-feet to re-build them, would un-do any help we can get from anybody. we wouldn't be able to rebuild them. we need some so we can rebuild out where they are. the mayor says it could be year or more before fema sets an elevation requirement to rebuild homes f denham springs, earl phelps. federal investigators are looking into what went wrong after a southwest airlines flight had to make an emergency landing. it happened yesterday on a flight from new orleans to orlando. the airline says one of its engines failed in mid-flight. the plane was then diverted to pensacola, florida. but the engine failure caused the cabin to lose pressure -- so passengers had to use oxygen masks to breathe.
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it sounds like a horror story plot. children... living in a sewer system. but utility workers in washington state say that may be really happening there. rob munoz has the story from federal way, near seattle. natsot: sewer cover being pried open prying off an 80-pound manhole cover, lakehaven utility district workers were shocked to see what they found 14-feet down. ken miller, lakehaven utility district : "when they looked inside, they saw clothes and toys and some food and other misceln that "miscellaneous stuff" was a makeshift bed made out of plywood. nearby, two 12-13 year-old boys were spotted and miller says one of them indicated he was staying down there. that's when workers told them about methane gas and vermin they frequently encounter. ken miller, lakehaven utility district : "no one should be down there without protective equipment on."on top of that - the air is limited that far down he says, and a car parked on top could have had them trapped. neighbors say they noticed the manhole
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the past month - but are still shocked to hear the details. melissa /last name not available, neighbor : "i can't even imagine anyone sleeping or living in a manhole and not being aware that was happening."another says her family saw kids running back and forth as recent as yesterday. florie, last name not available/neighbor : "one of them came out and another stayed inside - but i don't know what they were doing inside."the clothes, the food, the toys and bed have since been cleaned out, and the boys haven't been seen since. miller says that shock factor of kids possibly living in a manhole, won't go utility district : "i've been doing this kind of work for over 30 years and i've never, never come across it before." chicago police now say a dispute involving an uber driver is what led to the death of nba star dwayne wade's cousin. they say two men had an argument with the driver that escalated.. "nykea aldridge" was then caught in the crossfire while pushing her three- week old child in a stroller. she died 45-minutes after the
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infant was not injured. police say they're interrogating two persons of interest -- while the uber driver is also in their custody. none of those three are classified as suspects. across america -- police in jefferson county, ohio are shocked...after a convicted inmate jumped to his death after his court hearing. it happened friday after a judge handed 42-year-old "jason binkiewicz" bink-uh-witz a 13-year prison sentence.he was convicted of attempted murder and shooting a man in the face last year. the judge read her final remarks -- detailing binkiewicz's criminal past. when a deputy started to escort him out of the courtroom -- the unexpected happened. "as soon as binkiewicz started running, deputy price he was on him quick enough when he reached out, he had his shirt. it wasn't good enough, and if he held on to the shirt, most likely deputy
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floor - approximately 100 feet down. two stranded mariners are rescued from a deserted island after a u-s navy aircraft spotted "s- o-s" etched in the sand. the survivors were marooned for eight days on a beach in micronesia -- in the western pacific ocean. they had limited supplies and no emergency equipment. the coast guard received a report about an 18-foot vessel with o august 19-th. aircraft and boat patrols searched more than 16-thousand square miles before the castaways were spotted. ahead on wakeup --- head-bangers touch down in finland to get in touch with their inner rock stars at the 20-16 air guitar world championships. what the competition is trying to promote. plus... you have 36 hours to eliminate everyone on this list. or they will eliminate me.
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behind the scene of mechanic: resurrection with gino. julie is getting a taste of mexico right here in milwaukee.
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you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. overall, it's looking like a pretty quiet sunday for us. once early morning fog breaks up, we'll be partly cloudy with dewpoints in the upper 60s, and highs in the
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60s. with that, we have another chance of fog heading into monday morning. today: partly cloudy. high: 81 dewpoint: 68 wind: n/e 5-10 mph now know as mexican fiesta moved to henry maier festival park. and 40 years later, it's still going strong. julie collins
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hey julie!
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chat at hb overall, it's looking like a pretty quiet sunday for us.
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cloudy with dewpoints in the upper 60s, and highs in the low 80s. overnight lows will drop down to the low and mid 60s. with that, we have another chance of fog heading into monday morning. we'll start off the work week partly cloudy and dry. a slight chance of storms will arrive monday night and into the day middle and end of the week, we're looking much cooler, with highs back into the 70s and dewpoints in the 50s. today: partly cloudy. high: 81 dewpoint: 68 wind: n/e 5-10 mph tonight: patchy fog. low: 61 dewpoint: 65 wind: e 2-4 mph monday: partly cloudy. slight chance for an isolated t-storm at night. high: 82 dewpoint: 65 wind: se 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny. chance for a round of rain & thunderstorms. am low: 63 high: 83 dewpoint: 67 wind: w 5-10 mph wednesday:
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mph thursday: mostly sunny. am low: 58 high: 73 dewpoint: 55 wind: ne 5-10 mph friday: mostly sunny. am low: 56 high: 74 dewpoint: 56 wind: se
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woman force him to return to the life he left behind, arthur bishop's life is in danger as he has to complete assassinations of the most dangerous men in the world. gino salomone gives us an inside look at "mechanic: resurrection." 'the principle i represent has an offer for you. each death must look like an accident. your specialty. ive been waiting too long to get even with you.
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all the targets on this list you know these movies it's a popcorn movie where i'm sitting there and all of a sudden it's over and i haven't been bored for a second. well that's the idea. movies are about escapism and entertainment and people are paying for that. whatever your flavor is you can go to the movies and get something that's up your stream. this is a genre type film so the people that like action hopefully what does it mean to bring jessica alba in on the people that like action hopefully will get a kick out of the people that like action hopefully will get a kick out of the people that like action hopefully will get a kick out of this one. what does it mean to
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girl for this. you know shes gotta be eye catching she has to have a certain intellect and you have to have arthur bishop want to rescue her. the only thing you got right was my name. first one was a messenger is that what you are? i already told you. tell me about crane. what are you supposed to do for him where is he? this is such a strong cast you have tommy must be thrilled to when thats all together i cant wait to make this. of course were making a movie and were working with big time actors and actresses so you do appreciate that and you know the scenes become a lot easier and they elevate the whole thing. its a privilege yeah. theyre relentless
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theaters now. you can catch gino salomone weekdays on fox six news at four. ahead on wakeup at eight --- our pet of the week is here. we'll meet daisy -- the two month old puppy. also at 8... if you have a consumer problem - you know where to turn for fast results! how much money contact six has helped put back in viewers' pockets. and aft finland to get in touch with their inner rock stars at the 20-16 air guitar world championships. what the competition is trying to
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wakeup news. here's a live look outside today it's
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head-bangers touch down in finland to get in touch with their inner rock stars. they competed at the 20-16 air guitar world championships. after finishing as the runner-up for three consecutive years... new yorker... matt burns -- or, better known as airistotle -- has finally emerged as the winner. the final competition featured 15 players from all over the world. air guitar masters are selected in championships in several countries all over the world -- before competing in the final competition in oulu. "i play air guitar because it is part of me i cannot express in everyday life, but on stage for one minute i can live more free than i can everyday.'' "honestly i don't know, maybe we were just that crazy that we invented this thing, the championship, but we don't have so much finnish competitors here,
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but we get the competitors from worldwide.'' competitors from worldwide.'' organizers say the air guitar world championships aim to promote world peace. all anchors chat coming up in the eight o'clock hour of wakeup.. jill degrave from the wisconsin humane society joins us with daisy the two month old puppy who's looking for a good home. also at eight -- firefighters have been working around the clock to get a handle on the pioneer fire. the staff member that's helping bring crews smiles and relief. adlib weather stay with us - we'll be right back with
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now at eight --- two nuns are killed in mississippi -- one of those women was from the
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the investigation. and --- two teens are tragically killed in a crash friday night. how they're being remembered by their loved ones. good morning and thanks for waking up with us. i'm derica williams. and i'm stephanie barichello. overall, it's looking like a pretty quiet sunday for us. once early morning fog cloudy with dewpoints in the upper 60s, and highs in the low 80s. overnight lows will drop down to the low and mid 60s. with that, we have another chance of fog heading into monday morning. today: partly cloudy. high: 81 dewpoint: 68 wind: n/e 5-10
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news from overnight -- the milwaukee police are investigating a fatal shooting. it happened last night around ten- o'clock in the area of richards and wright. the victim is a 30-year-old male -- despite life saving efforts by milwaukee police and fire, he died on scene. milwaukee police are investigating another shooting. we're told an adult male was in the area of 34th and silver spring. he was taken to the hospital and is in stable condition. at this point, no one is in custody. a 46-year-old man has now been arrested and charged with the deaths of two nuns in mississippi. one of those women was from the milwaukee area. fox6's rachelle
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home church for sister margaret held's family was in slinger, that's how he formed a bond with her. "this was an ordinary woman who grew up in an ordinary town in an ordinary family that loved one another extraordinarily." sister held worked with the school sisters of saint francis in milwaukee and eventually moved to mississippi, where she served as a nurse practitioner in one of the state' areas. she shared a home with another nun, sister paula merrill, who was also a nurse practitioner. "it was probably a very dangerous mission for two women to be there doing but they did it so well for so many that they were admired for so much good that they did." the selflessness of their lives makes their violent deaths all the more shocking. the women's bodies were found in their home after they failed to show up for work on
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46-year-old rodney sanders was arrested and charged in their deaths on saturday. the motive for the killings remains unclear. but the lives lost leave a void that will be hard to fill. "a very sweet, gentle soul who wouldn't hurt a person or a thing and just wanted to give of herself as much as she could to help people." rb fox six news. we're told plans are in the works for memorial services to be held for sister margaret held both in mississippi as well as in the milwaukee area. fatal car crash friday night near 35th and keefe. while milwaukee police figure out how it all happened -- fox 6 has learned more about the efforts to save the teens involved. family tells fox 6 the boys who died are "latrey l. robinson-hale" and "demetrius batchelor jr." police say two male passengers were thrown from the vehicle after it hit a tree. juice rice came upon the tragic scene around 8-30 friday night while going for a walk...
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he's like 14, tried cpr told him to stay with me, he was trying, and he just died in my arms. he just died on me, so sad." the milwaukee police department tried to revive the two -- but they were pronounced dead at the scene. four people were in the car. police say the 17-year-old driver of the car and another passenger were both taken to a local hospital where they are being treated for non-life the families of the four victims came out to the crash yesterday for a balloon release. they met near 35th and keefe -- gathering to remember the two teens who died... and pray for the two who are still in the hospital. all four juveniles are related to each other. family members are asking the community for their prayers. and, they want people to know the victims are good people who stayed out of trouble "everyone always wants to paint this picture of all young black men are painted to be criminals and everything and my cousin in all
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not like that, they were not like that, they was well respected, well mannered." family members say the driver had just gotten his license -- and this was his first car. two weeks after unrest in milwaukees sherman park neighborhood... residents there are dealing with another setback. the 'mary ryan boys and girls club' located inside the park is temporarily closing. but officials lining to this news. fox6s bret lemoine has the details. the signs on the door signal a big change to the 'mary ryan boys and girls club' inside sherman park. mm 'right now, were in the process of getting our hvac unit replaced.' club manager marco morrison explains the facility ceased programming on friday... to accommodate a massive renovation. mm 'the building was built 25 years ago, obviously its due time for some
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office says a shut-down was found to be the most cost effective way to expedite the 2-point-3 million dollar infrastructure project. also part of the plans... moving the teen center from these cramped quarters... into a larger space that will include a brand new music recording studio. mm 'making sure teens have the opportunity to express themselves.' meanwhile... milwaukee police make another arrest in connection to the looting that took place back on august 13th. investigators say 27-year old darius saxton of mi at the oreilly auto parts store, metro p-c-s and jet beauty. according to the criminal complaint, saxton denies taking anything from the stores except some lingerie he says he took from jet beauty. saxton allegedly told investigators he dropped the items in the street after leaving the store. saxton faces three criminal counts of burglary. during the closure, the 'mary ryan club' will be providing transportation for members to attend other nearby boys and girls clubs. bret lemoine
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more than 2 dozen churches and organizations reached out to help bring the community together. a citywide block party was held as part of the "all things in common" initiative. events were held at churches and other sites throughout the city. they featured food-- games-- and prizes. but, they also offered a chance for residents to learn about-- and sign up for-- a wide variety of services. "i hope that this kind of interaction between churches and the city really works out so we can be centers of community activity." to community members by providing a food pantry -- and serving hot meals 3 nights a week. ahead on wakeup --- a texas deputy makes a mistake while cleaning out the evidence locker. why it caused a judge to dismiss 90 drug cases. if you have a consumer problem - you know where to turn for fast results! how much money contact six has helped put back in viewers' pockets.
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here. we'll meet "daisy" next.
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you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. overall, it's looking like a pretty quiet sunday for us. once early morning fog breaks up, we'll be partly cloudy with dewpoints in the upper 60s, and highs in the low 80s. overnight lows will drop down to the low and mid 60s. with that, we have another chance of fog heading into monday morning. today: partly
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milwaukee -- and it's been going strong for 40 years. julie collins joins us live from mexican fiesta at the summerfest grounds.
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overall, it's looking like a pretty quiet sunday for us. once early morning fog breaks up, we'll be partly cloudy with dewpoints in the
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will drop down to the low and mid 60s. with that, we have another chance of fog heading into monday morning. we'll start off the work week partly cloudy and dry. a slight chance of storms will arrive monday night and into the day tuesday. by the middle and end of the week, we're looking much cooler, with highs back into the 70s and dewpoints in the 50s. today: partly cloudy. high: 81 dewpoint: 68 wind: n/e 5-10 mph tonight: patchy fog. low: 61 dewpoint: 65 wind: e 2-4 mp slight chance for an isolated t-storm at night. high: 82 dewpoint: 65 wind: se 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny. chance for a round of rain & thunderstorms. am low: 63 high: 83 dewpoint: 67 wind: w 5-10 mph wednesday: mostly sunny. am low: 62 high: 77 dewpoint: 59 wind: n 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. am low: 58 high: 73 dewpoint: 55 wind: ne 5-10 mph friday: mostly sunny. am low: 56 high: 74 dewpoint: 56 wind: se
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"jill degrave" joins us from the wisconsin humane society's milwaukee campus with "daisy" the two-month-old puppy, we're talking about the need for dog
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now at 8-30... a look at this morning's top stories. the milwaukee police are investigating a fatal shooting. it happened last night around ten- o'clock in the area of richards and wright. the victim is a 30-year-old male -- despite life saving efforts by milwaukee police and fire, he died on scene. milwaukee police are investigating another shooting. we're told an adult male was in the area of 34th and silver spring. he was taken to the hospital and is in stable condition. at this point, no one is in custody. and a 2 alarm fire forces the evacuation of a south side apartment building. the fire started about 6-30 last night near 15th and orchard. investigators say it started in a storage room - which made it difficult to get the flames under control. no one was hurt - but 4 of the apartments were damaged. the red cross is helping the displaced residents. overall, it's looking like a pretty quiet sunday for us. once early morning fog breaks up, we'll be partly cloudy with dewpoints in the
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down to the low and mid 60s. with that, we have another chance of fog heading into monday morning. today: partly cloudy. high: 81 dewpoint: 68 wind: n/e 5-10 mph the university of wisconsin madison is stepping up its efforts in ending sexual assault on campus. morgan wolfe shows us how u-w
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measures. "we want students to know that help is available." carmen juniper-neimeko knee amiko is apart of, end violence on campus, an organization devoted to the support of sexual assault survivors. "so one of the things were doing is expanding our staffing around victim advocacy and the other thing we are doing is expanding our prevention efforts." previously, students just had to complete online violent prevention program which did helped decrease year, a student climate survey revealed 27.6 percent of undergraduate female students experienced forms of sexual assault. in response, the school decided to make in person violent prevention programs mandatory. "so these are fifteen peer student educators who just recieved fourty hours of training, they will be providing the workshops, about two hundred and fifty of them to first
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assault resources are now available at student's finger tips. "there's twenty four hour hotlines for students to access. information about filing complaints." if you know someone who's recently been a victim of sexual assualt, carmen says to remind them: "i'm here for you, i believe, here's a list of all the agencies available to help you, what would you like me to do as your friend?" federal investigators are looking into what went wrong after a southwest airlines flight had to make an emergency landing. it happened yesterday on a flight from new orleans to orlando. engines failed in mid-flight. the plane was then diverted to pensacola, florida. but the engine failure caused the cabin to lose pressure -- so passengers had to use oxygen masks to breathe. the flight landed safely and no one was injured. chicago police now say a dispute involving an uber driver is what led to the death of nba star dwayne wade's cousin. they say two men had an argument with the driver that escalated.. "nykea aldridge" was then caught
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her three- week old child in a stroller. she died 45-minutes after the incident on chicago's south side -- her infant was not injured. police say they're interrogating two persons of interest -- while the uber driver is also in their custody. none of those three is classified as a suspect. across america -- police in jefferson county, ohio are shocked...after a convicted inmate jumped to his death after his court hearing. it happened friday after a judge handed 42-year-old "jason bink-uh-witz a 13-year prison sentence.he was convicted of attempted murder and felony assault after shooting a man in the face last year. the judge read her final remarks -- detailing binkiewicz's criminal past. when a deputy started to escort him out of the courtroom -- the unexpected happened. "as soon as binkiewicz started running, deputy price he was on him quick enough when he reached out, he had his shirt. it wasn't good enough, and if he held on to the shirt, most likely deputy
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the jump was from the third floor -- approximately 100 feet down. a texas deputy makes a costly mistake while cleaning out the evidence locker. a judge had to dismiss 90 drug cases when the deputy simply threw away the evidence. lauren lee has the details. clearly an injustice has been done. samuel gardner's client's case was dismissed yesterday days after being sentenced to a decade behind ar was dismissed "i was recently in contact with his wife and let her know the outcome of the case, she was ecstatic obviously." this is a prior mug shot of barry johnson who pleaded guilty august 11th to three drug charges, including possession of marijuana between 5 and 50 pounds. a judge threw out the case...because the evidence against johnson was missing from the harris county constable precinct 4 evidence room. samuel gardner, client's
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in our judicial system. 00 if evidence is destroyed, those cases need to be dismissed."johnson's case is one of 90 total that the district attorney's office has thrown out. constable mark herman says he immediately fired the deputy who accidentally got rid of evidence tied to pending cases while cleaning the evidence room, where the deputy worked for 14 years. no charges have been filed against the deputy. paul morgan - attorney "how many other innocent people have been sent to prison over cases with no was the first case thrown out because of missing evidence..a d-a spokesperson says the prosecutor didn't know about the missing evidence when johnson pleaded guilty two weeks ago?he's now being released from jail. lauren lee ewn ahead on wakeup. one colorado man is making sure the summer goes out with a blast. the death-defying stunt he's performing. firefighters have been working
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pioneer fire. the staff member that's helping bring crews smiles and relief. julie is live at mexican fiesta. rachael adlibs
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you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. overall, it's looking like a pretty quiet sunday for us. once early
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the upper 60s, and highs in the low 80s. overnight lows will drop down to the low and mid 60s. with that, we have another chance of fog heading into monday morning. today: partly cloudy. high: 81 dewpoint: 68 wind: n/e 5-10 mph firefighters have been working around the clock to get a handle on the pioneer fire. thankfully -- they have a little helper on the staff to bring them much-needed smiles and relief. lauren clark has the details.
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pull from bravo is..." for fire crews... its yet another day in the battle against the pioneer fire. "expect that fire to stay...." many workers are exhausted by the long hours and hard work. but there's one crew member... who can always make them feel better. "you're a good girl"... meet lucy... the camp service dog. "it's been proven medically that service animals really help relieve tension and stress." and she takes her role in camp very seriu demeanor she has to have... her professional working demeanor." lucy is more than a friend... she's a confidant who travels from fire to fire. she provides relieve not only from exhaustion... but also p-t-s-d... or grief. "she would go up to the staff members that were grieving and she provided a lot of moral support for them." and she does her job doggone well... always being available for a
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the lovings...." or... belly rub. "ha there you go," that can bring tough firefighters... to tears. "she helps even with that... to bring out the emotion for people who have a hard time talking about it." it's a celebration of mexican food, culture and music. julie collins joins us live from this year's mexican fiesta.
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all chat at hb overall, it's looking like a pretty quiet sunday for us. once early morning fog breaks up, we'll be partly cloudy with dewpoints in the upper 60s, and highs will drop down to the low and mid 60s. with that, we have another chance of fog heading into monday morning. we'll start off
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of storms will arrive monday night and into the day tuesday. by the middle and end of the week, we're looking much cooler, with highs back into the 70s and dewpoints in the 50s. today: partly cloudy. high: 81 dewpoint: 68 wind: n/e 5-10 mph tonight: patchy fog. low: 61 dewpoint: 65 wind: e 2-4 mph monday: partly cloudy. slight chance for an isolated t-storm at night. high: 82 dewpoint: 65 wind: se 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny. chance for a round of rain & thunderstorms. am low: 63 high: 83 dewpoint: 67 wind: w 5-10 mph wednesday: mostly sunny. am low: 62 high: 77 dewpoint: 59 wind: n 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. am low: 58 high: 73 dewpoint: 55 wind: ne 5-10 mph friday: mostly sunny. am low: 56 high: 74
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dewpoint: 55 wind: ne 5-10 mph friday: mostly sunny. am low: 56 high: 74 dewpoint: 56
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dewpoint: 56 wind: se 5-10 mph wishes coming true at henry miaer festival park -- literally -- as a make-a-wish kid was granted his wish. on stage many wish kids were honored during the 29th annual walk for wishes. joined by the c-e-o of wisconsins make- a-wish foundation and our own stephanie grady -- michael was granted a racing chair so he can run with his mother in half marathons -- a
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"oh it means the world, we get to do our favorite hobby together and he really like to hear the birds and big engine noises, he cant see so i tell his whats going on around us and he loves the wind in his face." granted more than 5,400 wishes in its 31 years of existence. ...honoring those who have given their lives for their country-- by reuniting their families with the symbols of their sacrifices. "purple hearts reunited" returned four lost --and found-- purple heart medals to milwaukee- area families of those that earned them. yesterday -- a man was reunited with his brother's purple
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have is brother back and that medal signifies a little bit of him. this, in its own spiritual way, might be his brother coming back to him later on in life." purple hearts reunited has been returning these medals to families since 2012. they say they've returned nearly 300 so far. one colorado man is making sure the summer goes out with a blast. as he performs a death-defying stunt... with the help of a jetpack. kevin tore on a priceless summer evening in lodo... nats: ugh! money! patrons at the viewhouse got a taste... nats: my corn hole is on point! of something both beautiful - nats: you're lucky you're cute! wide and bizarre... nats: it was the smartest thing i ever did that taste is a slice of nick macomber's adventurous life. nats: yeah you see, nick works for apollo jetpack... he's one of their flyers. macomber says: "it's ironic this
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meant for it in a sense." as far back as nick can remember he's always been into extreme sports... so when a fella out in california asked him to help work on a jetpack device, a confused nick said, 'sure?' macomber says: "i started doing research and realized, holy this is real!" now this awe-struck 27-year-old is the focus of most cameras - nats: taking a selfie! most - because of stunts like this. macomber says: "i progressed faster than i ever thought i wou jet-pack propelled nick rocketed up from the roof of the view-house, overlooking most of lodo. macomber says: covered by vo "it's unreal man." nick says the stunt is just as cool as it looks... macomber says: covered by vo "it's like what every kid in the world dreamed of." ...and is more fun than most things he's ever done. macomber says: covered by vo "when you were young and your imagination worked so well and you imagined yourself flying - thats exactly what you're doing." unfortunately, the flight only lasts 30 seconds... and then eventually it's back down earth! nats: you're on your prayer-chute we call it. of course, on-lookers took picture after picture to capture the moment. macomber says: covered by vo it's work and its business and
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capture a taste of nick's flavorful career. macomber says: covered by vo "kind of my destiny in a way, i guess. i don't know." mexico takes the crown -- or sombrero -- from canada.... mexico now holds the world record for the world's largest mosaic -- made completely out of sombreros. just how many they had to use.
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mexico has broken the guinness record for the world's largest mosaic made completely out of sombreros. the competition was held at the international mariachi summit in two-thousand-684 decorative pieces were used for the mosaic. mexico easily beat out canada's two- thousand-30 sombreros - the previous world record. the sombrero mosaic will be on display until september fourth. then the world will also have a chance to see title holder up close -- the artwork will take an international tour. the first ever international cat show kicking off in china this weekend. more than one hundred pedigreed
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convened for the international cat associations' first international show. judges there examine the animals heads, lips, nose, eyes and the distance between their ears to determine if the cat is a pure breed. owning a pedigreed cat does not come cheap. one british short hair at the show was valued at more than fifteen thousand dollars. thanks for joining us. the next wakeup is tomorrow morning
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i'm chris wallace. it's still august, but the presidential race hits a new low as donald trump and hillary clinton trade blistering accusations over race. hillary clinton is a bigot who sees people of votes. >> he is taking hate groups mainstream and helping a radical fringe take over the republican party. >> today donald trump's new campaign manager, kellyanne conway, on clinton tying trump to the alt-right and the effort to keep trump on message. then the libertarian party's presidential nominee, gary

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