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but it was only two weeks ago... staples was surprised by flames much larger than the ones atop a birthday cake. staples is the co-owner of 'staple brothers hardware.' located at the corner of 35-th and burleigh. the business sits right next to others... burned down and looted. ls 'dont run. when you got a problem, run to it not away from it.' ...the kind of sights his brother, edward, never thought hed see. es 'hopefully, people dont view this as a negative and they rebuild those businesses.' for nearly 48 years, the brothers have owned and operated this store... community.' they never would have imagined the neighborhood would burn around them. like the building itself... lt 'on behalf of the state of wisconsin, i read this citation...' staples remains a constant in the sherman park area. hes recognized on his birthday by state senator lena taylor. lt 'hes been supportive of the individuals who live in the community, hes hired people - but also the guy you can talk to and get wisdom from.' customers call him 'mr staples...' but after 80 years... and in the wake of unrest... its clear
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more than ever. bl 'whats the secret to 80 years?' ls 'eat right. exercise!' senator taylor says this is also an example of how important it is to support small businesses. reporting live outside the party in brown deer, bl, fox6 news. in the meantime-- milwaukee police have tracked down one of the suspected looters. they say 27-year-old darius saxton was at the o'reilly auto parts store, metro p-c-s and jet beauty. according to court documents-- he denies taking anything from the stores with the exception of lingerie. he faces three counts of burglary. and one of the men prosecutors say was "inspired" by the
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tomorrow. police say 19-year-old dale folley lit a car on fire in a pick n save parking lot near 18th and national. his preliminary hearing is scheduled for tomorrow afternoon. a scary situation on milwaukee's south side. police say a 38-year-old man barricaded himself inside his home- with his 6-year-old son for five hours. officers say he got into an argument with his neighbor and started firing shots. when the neighbor called police-- the suspect barricaded himself inside. after 5 hours of negotiations-- police child was found safe in a bedroom. new information tonight on two serious crashes in milwaukee. police say the driver of a stolen car is to blame for this accident near 76th and mill. it happened a little after 7:30 this morning. police say the driver of a stolen ford focus was speeding-- and ran a red light. a witness describes what happened next. "the cars went to flipping and went to flying everywhere. and this black truck spun around and
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see was a guy laying on the ground so we ran over there and it was over with." the driver of the stolen car tried to get away-- but was eventually arrested. two of his teenage passengers were seriously hurt. on friday night-- two teenagers died in a crash near 35th and keefe. police say the 17-year-old driver crashed into a tree. two of his passengers-- latrey robinson hale and demetrius batchelor driver and another passenger were taken to the hospital-- but are expected to survive. a 30-year-old man is dead after a shooting near richards and wright. it happened around 10 o'clock last night. first responders tried to save his life but couldn't. no word on a motive or any suspects. friends are remembering the two nuns killed in their mississippi home. a mass will be held tomorrow in jackson for sisters margaret held and paula merrill.
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milwaukee over the weekend a 46-year-old man was arrested in connection with their deaths. police say rodney sanders confessed to the killings during questioning. meanwhile in slinger-- members of held's family's home church are reflecting on her life of service. "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." probation after being convicted of a d-u-i last year. he was also convicted of armed robbery back in the 1980s. in chicago-- an emotional vigil this afternoon for nykea nye-kia aldridge. aldridge was n-b-a star dwyane wade's cousin. she was caught in crossfire friday on her way to register her kids in school. she leaves behind four kids. today charges were filed against the two men responsible. police say both men were on parole for
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became part of the presidential campaign. donald trump tweeted saturday "just what i have been saying. african americans will vote trump!" trump has been courting african- american voters telling them their lives quote "cannot get any worse. if he's elected president." today the vice presidential candidates weighed in on the controversial remarks. "donald way about him. and the tragedy of a mother pushing her child on the streets of chicago being shot and killed, as nykea aldridge was, just breaks my heart." "the tweet isn't important. what's important is this horrible crime you know a woman and her child on her way to a store getting shot i mean it's really really tragic and of course you need good leadership to focus on these issues, sympathy for the families is the thing that we ought to be feeling." trump actually misspelled wade's
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original tweet. later - he tweeted out his condolences for the family. libertarian presidential candidate gary johnson will make his first campaign stop in wisconsin this week. in the last marquette university law school poll johnson got 9 percent support from likely voters. he'll be at serb hall thursday night. we've posted the details on our website fox6 now dot com. u-s senator ron johnson sparks controversy by saying college documentaries normally found on pbs-- causing johnson and democrat russ feingold to spar over college costs this week. political reporter theo keith says johnson isn't backing down from his comments. "from director ken burns"u-s
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ken burns' civil war videos would do a better job teaching students than history teachers. "i think that is an absurd way of talking about this issue burns himself tweeted, i'm here to support teachers' not replace them.this week, johnson explained. you dont need individual professors for everything - when you find an excellent professor, put them on videotap, person be the lecturer for a host of other individuals. and then let other teachers, other professors, go off of that an expand on that johnson is making "professor pay" an issue against his democratic opponent, russ feingold... hes part of the problem feingold earned 150-thousand dollars as a stanford university professor in 2015. republicans have dressed up as the stanford mascot, a tree, to mock him. i dont know how long those lectures were. an hour? 8,000 per hour? maybe it was 2 hours. 4,000 an hour? it just gives you an indication of why college is so unbelievably expensive fox6 asked feingold if he should've taken less money at stanford -- ich is a private, not public, h issue is about student loans and the fact that there is a terrible problem with people
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showed feingold leading johnson by 11 points among people who say they're voting in november, and by 5 points among all registered voters. live, theo keith, fox6 news. ted thanks theo a hot and humid end to the weekend. what can we expect for monday? weather expert stephanie barichello is out on the weather deck tonight. a few passing clouds this evening and overnight with the chance fo p fog. the temperature will fall into the low 60s. mostly sunny tomorrow but warm and humid with highs in the low 80s. staying humid tuesday with the chance for rain and thunder. cooler, more comfortable conditions expected the rest of the week with plenty of sunshine. tonight: a few clouds. low: 62 dewpoint: 64 wind: ne 2-4 mph monday: mostly sunny, warm and humid. high: 81 dewpoint: 66 wind: se 5-10
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chance for t-storms. warm and humid. am low: 64 high: 83 dewpoint: 70 wind: sw 5-10 mph check the radar anytime - right from your phone. just download the fox 6 storm center app, i android and apple. a 32-year-old man ... thanking a new berlin police officer. he says he was brought back to life ... after his heart stopped. fox six's jenna sachs with the story you'll see only on fox 6. you never know when something like this gonna happen. playing basketball at malone park ... dejuante wade says ... something happened with his heart. i felt my heart it was pumping irregularly.
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and that's where his memory ends. he flung his head back and his feet were out the window and he was breathing really hard and heavy. his fiance ... on the other hand ... will never forget. trying to call his name to wake him up and he had just stopped moving. it was advised to us through dispatch that he was pulseless and a non-breather. officer rick helm of new berlin ... was quick to arrive. i hooked up a defib that we carry in all o shock . his fiance watched.. with their two daughters ... ages seven and six- months-old. everybody was crying, we didn't know what was going on. a minute later ... the fire department showed up. we started with the cpr. marco pelicaric and carlos rodriguez say they worked on wade ... all the way to the hospital... shocking him 5 more times. i was dead for 2 minutes, 2 or 3 minutes. wade remembers nothing .... except waking up at froedtert hospital. when asked
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all lives matter. just respect the cops because if it wasn't for him i wouldn't be here with my family today. wade now has an icd implant which will shock him if he goes into cardiac arrest. other than that, he says he feels fine and it's almost like it never happened. reporting in new berlin. jenna sachs. fox 6 news. new tonight-- a man on a mission. how this vet is raising awareness for a cause near and plus-- when companies don't provide their own customer service-- contact 6 does it for them! how you can get the help you need-- still
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veterans...by creating awareness in the community. local army veteran daniel newberry - hit the streets on a journey to help prevent suicide. he walked 22 miles- trekked 11 miles from his hales corners home to "trackers pub and grub" in south milwaukee and back. its the combat veterans motorcycle association headquarters, a place where he found a sense of belonging and support. the weight on my back kind or represents the burden we all carry service or once we come home from a combat deployment the 22 miles represents the 22 veterans who commit suicide on a daily basis. if you would like donate to veterans charities in the area. we have a link to their go fund me page on our website when you buy a product - is the support and customer service that comes with it - important to you? it should be because when people get bad customer service - that's when they have to call katrina cravy. see what
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honestly i wish no one ever had to call contact 6. or fill out our complaint form on fox6now.com i want everybody to get along and do what's right. unfortunately some people don't. one representative for a busin customer service woman." i told her - you're right. contact 6 provides customer service when others don't. viewers tell us this all the time. "you're letter did more than my 5 hours on the phone with all
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service team here at contact 6 - we are currently working on more than 200-hundred cases. thankfully after some companies and organization receive a letter from contact 6 - our viewers quickly call our solution line. "i again thank you for all your help. i wasn't sure i was going to get the check there for awhile but i greatly appreciate your help so thank you so very much" "i do thank contact 6 and you for stepping up and giving me a hand. thank you ."if we're considering doing a story about your case - you'll be in touch with producer leeann watson. she knows who to talk to at big companies to get a deal done. ".thank you for having the time to do this for the little people. have a great day and keep smiling"we will keep smiling because so far this year our customer service team has worked hard to get more than 200 back for our viewers. who knows maybe your consumer case will be next? i'm katrina cravy contact 6. the last day of mexican fiesta began early this morning. at 8 - oclock registration opened the for the fiesta run/walk. not a bad morning for it! the walk ended with a procession to the amphitheater where all participants enjoyed a bilingual mass before mexican
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a few passing clouds this evening and overnight with the chance for patchy into the low 60s. mostly sunny tomorrow but warm and humid with highs in the low 80s. staying humid tuesday with the
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conditions expected the rest of the week with plenty of sunshine. tonight: a few clouds. low: 62 dewpoint: 64 wind: ne 2-4 mh humid. high: 81 dewpoint: 66 wind: se 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny with the chance for t-storms. warm and humid. am low: 64
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wednesday:mostly sunny. am low: 60 high: 76 dewpoint: 61 wind: n 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. am low: 58 high: 72 dewpoint: 57 wind: ne 5-10 mph friday: mostly sunny. wind: se 5-10 mph saturday: mostly sunny. am low: 61 high: 78 dewpoint: 57 wind: s 5-10 mph a few passing clouds this evening and overnight with the chance for patchy fog. the temperature will fall into the low 60s. mostly sunny tomorrow but warm and humid with highs in the low 80s. staying humid tuesday with the chance for rain and thunder.
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conditions expected the rest of the week with plenty of sunshine. tonight: a few clouds. low: 62 dewpoint: 64 wind: ne 2-4 mph monday: mostly sunny, warm and humid. high: 81 dewpoint: 66 wind: se 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny with the chance for t-storms. warm and humid. am low: 64 hi sw 5-10 mph wednesday:mostly sunny. am low: 60 high: 76 dewpoint: 61 wind: n 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. am low: 58 high: 72 dewpoint: 57 wind: ne 5-10 mph friday: mostly sunny. am low: 60 high: 74 dewpoint: 56 wind: se 5-10 mph saturday: mostly sunny. am low: 61 high: 78 dewpoint: 57 wind:
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packers player won't see the field in their final preseason game most likely. and for the first time in 12 years, the brewers find themselves on the wrong end of a series. we'll have the details in the
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we upped the ante at culver's to create the new crispy southwest chicken sandwich. all-natural, whole white meat chicken breast. topped with spicy pepper jack cheese and jalape?o ranch. on a lightly buttered, toasted ciabatta roll. the perfect cheese for pepper jack is going to be creamy and mild, e down the spiciness of the peppers. you're going to taste the cheese first, and then you're going to get just a little bit of warmth from the peppers. it's really good. a bold new flavor and only here for a limited time. mmmhmm.
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at the start of the weekend series with the pirates, the brewers were 64-17 against them at miller park since 2007. so the crew looked to be in a good position to keep their winning ways going. but the pirates had other ideas, winning the 1st 3 games of the series and going for the sweep today. the brewers, however, get things going in the 3rd inning when jonathan villar gets a hold of one and sends it out over the wall in center giving them a 1-0 lead. but that's the the pirates would take the lead in the 6th, after john jaso homers, gregory polanco adds another solo bomb and it's 2-1 pittsburgh. in the 8th starling marte adds a little insurance with a solo shot of his own. and the pirates sweep through milwaukee with the 3-1 win. "we got very little going today. we didn't have a hit, i think out only hits were with 2 outs in the inning. and we didn't have a hit with men on base at all today. so it was a quiet day offensively for
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and for the first time since 2011, the united states wins the little league world series. today, the new york little leaguers knocked off south korea to win a close one, 2-1 and have the chance to celebrate at williamsport as they also complete a perfect season. it's new york's first world series win since 1964. it's a big week at training camp as the packers roster will be trimmed to 75 by tuesday and then they'll play their final preseason game on thursday in kansas city. one being cut is jordy nelson. but his status for thursday is doubtful. "i wouldn't say i'm happy, i mean it's a situation that we were put in. i think if everything would have gone smooth coming into camp we would have been in a different situation but it's a situation that we're in and i think we've handled it well. we're where we need to be. we got two weeks of most likely for me will be normal practices going into jacksonville and i think we'll be ready to go." meanwhile, 49ers quarterback
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friday night to protest how african americans and people of color are treated in our county spoke today about his decision and where it goes from here. "i'll continue to sit. i'm going to continue to stand with the people that are being oppressed. to me this is something that has to change. when there's significant change and i feel like that flag represents what it's supposed to represent and this country is representing people the way that it is supposed to i'll stand." if a player wasn't gog tournament, the only thing that mattered was making the top 100 in fed ex cup points to stay alive for next week. that was the case today for steve stricker at the barclays as he needs this putt on 18 to finish in the top 100 and he gets it, finishing 98th in points and advancing to next week's tournament. justin rose, had no problem making the top 100, but finishes out in style on 18 as he dons his gold medal from the rio olympics to drop his par
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now the points leader is another olympian, patrick reed as he wins the barclays with a score of 9 under par. the sprint cup series was in michigan and with just 9 laps to go in the pure michigan 400 there's a restart after a caution and kyle larson takes the lead. he's able to hold on and take the checkered flag, his 1st ever sprint cup win. ever sprint cup win. at the division of motor vehicles with just a few important documents. for a complete list of documents you can use, visit bringit.wisconsin.gov, and... (wisconsinites) bring it...
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finally tonight-- chances are you spent a lot of money on your wedding dress. and it's probably just sitting in the closet gathering dust. not in russia! these ladies are competing in a "battle of the brides" competition. it's all about giving them a second chance to strut their stuff in their gowns. there are a few challenges-- including singing and bouquet throwing. and then one bride is declared the champion.
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sports blitz. your home for everything local throughout the year. i'm tom pipines joined by tim van vooren and brandon cruz. we are now just two weeks away from the packers first regular season game. a busy week upcoming. the roster gets trimmed to 75

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