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now at 6:00 - we're following breaking news... after a man is stabbed to death on milwaukee's east side. now the search is on for a suspect. julie collins will have a live report from the scene. plus: "it's sad that people come to this whatever motivates them." new details... after two nuns are murdered in mississippi. in custody - and whether he knew the women who died. good morning and welcome to wakeup! rob's weather some areas are waking up to dense fog with a dense fog advisory in place for ozaukee, sheboygan and washington counties until 9am. mostly sunny conditions expected today with a few more clouds this afternoon and evening. highs will climb into the low 80s with dewpoints in the upper 60s making it a bit sticky. there is a chance of a few storms overnight with a better chance of rain and thunderstorms
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those storms and ushering in some cooler - more 'fall-like' air. highs go from the low to mid 80s tuesday to the low 70s on wednesday and dewpoints drop to bring in that more autumnal eling. tod:oing fog en partly s0 mph tonight: slight chance of i h tuesday: chance of rain and thunderstorms. mostly cloudy. m wind: sw 5-10 mp traffic check red on traffic map yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays breaking news from milwaukee's east side. where police are investigating a homicide overnight. a man was stabbed death. julie collins joins us live near arlington
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stabbing death here near north pulaski. at this hour milwaukee police say an argument between two people that knew each other lead to the stabbing. a 32 year old milwaukee man died on the scene despite life saving efforts by the milwaukee police and fire fighters. it was around 12-40 this morning when after police arrived and barricaded the area with yellow and red police tape. several police and investigators were out here this morning to investigate. the suspect fled the scene and milwaukee police are currently looking for him. that's the very latest from milwaukee's east side -- julie collins. fox 6 news. happening today - a mass will be held in jackson, mississippi... for the two nuns murdered in their home. this
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their goodbyes. one of the nuns - sister margaret held... worked with the school sisters of saint francis in milwaukee. a 46-year-old man is now behind bars. police say rodney sanders confessed to the killings during questioning. sanders was out of prison on probation after being convicted of a d-u-i last year. he was also convicted of armed robbery back in the 1980's. from california... to belgium.... panic and confusion... had police scrambling to investigate two reports of serious threats. angeli the two unrelated incidents. panicked passengers ran through terminals... thanks to reports of a gunman around 11:00 our time... which turned out to be false. l-a-p-d investigated those reports... saying they found no evidence of a gunman... or of shots being fired. police believe the reports of shots fired... were caused by the sound of loud noises - although police are still investigating what exactly the loud noises were.
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tarmac. three terminals were shut down... roads were closed.. and flights were kept at bay. the terminals reopened two hours later. airport officials say a person wearing a zorro costume was detained - but no word yet on if that person actually had any connection to the evacuation. in belgium... police say reports of a bomb outside the country's criminal institute are "probably not terrorism." instead... investigators think the incident was actually an arson attack... in order to destroy evidece on fire this morning... held d-n-a samples from crime scenes. investigators say the sounds of explosions heard by neighbors... could have been caused by some of the material in the lab. belgium's police have been out in full force since twin suicide attacks in march killed more than 30 people. meanwhile... 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 yesterday. officers say it began when the man got into an argument with his neighbor... and started firing shots. when the neighbor called
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himself inside. after 5 hours of negotiations-- police went inside to arrest him. the child was found safe in a bedroom. happening today - community members... and state officials... will be discussing the effectiveness of hate crime laws in wisconsin. the wisconsin advisory committee to the u-s commission on civil rights is holding the meeting from 1 to 4:30 this afternoon at the hampton inn conference center in west allis. the committee will look at the formation and activity o testimoney from community members... advocates... academics and legal professionals. an open forum session will start at 4. new this morning - police investigating... after a college student is stabbed to death at cornell - shortly after the fall semester begins. plus - dramatic new video this morning... of an officer putting his life on the line... to save a man lying down on train tracks. plus: "for the rest of their lives the only thing they have to go on is what they had" kim /vo this morning... two brothers... now facing charges in the shooting death of n-b-a
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nykea aldridge's death is sparking national conversation... coming up.
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rob's weather you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. some areas are waking up to dense fog with a dense fog advisory in
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washington counties until 9am. mostly sunny conditions expected today with a few more clouds this afternoon and evening. highs will climb into the low 80s with dewpoints in the upper 60s making it a bit sticky. there is a chance of a few storms overnight with a better chance of rain and thunderstorms on tuesday. a cold front moves through tuesday helping generate those storms and ushering in some cooler - more 'fall-like' air. highs go from the low to mid 80s tuesday to the low 70s on wednesday and dewpoints drop to bring in that more autumnal feeling. today: morning fog then partly sunny. high: 82 dewpoint: 67 wind: se 5-10 mph tonight: slight chance of rain and thunderstorms after midnight. low: 66 dewpoint: 68 wind: sw 3-5 mph tuesday: chance of rain and thunderstorms. mostly cloudy. 69 wind: sw 5-10 mph new this morning - two ithaca college students... sbbed ring - old anthony nazaire - died after that fight. police say nazaire was stabbed several times during a massive brawl on sunday. they say several fights broke out after a large student-organized event on campus. police are searching for at least one person in connection to the stabbing. caught on camera - an officer saves a man from being run over by a train. officials have released this video of that moment in new jersey on friday.
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approaching the terminal. officer victor ortiz tried to pull the man from the tracks, but he resisted. they kept pushing and pulling each other... but ortiz eventually managed to remove him from the tracks just seconds before the train would've hit him. presidential candidates - now weighing in on the murder of n-b-a star dwyane wade's cousin in chicago. plus - what we've learned about the criminal backgrounds... of the two brothers charged in nykea aldridge's death. and we're following b news from mylan - the drug company under fire for soaring epipen prices. the company's latest move - to make the life-saving tool more affordable
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watching the fox 6 wakeup news. some areas are waking up to dense fog with a dense fog advisory in place for ozaukee, sheboygan and washington counties until 9am. mostly sunny conditions expected today with a few more clouds this afternoon and evening. highs will climb into the low 80s with dewpoints in the upper 60s making it a bit sticky. there is a chance of a
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thunderstorms on tuesday. a cold front moves through tuesday helping generate those storms and ushering in some cooler - more 'fall-like' air. highs go from the low to mid 80s tuesday to the low 70s on wednesday and dewpoints drop to bring in that more autumnal feeling. today: morninfog then partly sunny.gh: wind: se 5-10 mph tonight:it chd thunderstorms. mostly cloudy. humid. high: 84 dewpoint: 69 wind: sw 5-10 mph thunderstorms. mostly cloudy. hh = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no
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two brothers are now behind bars... after dwyane wade's cousin was shot to death on her way to register her children in school. nykea nye-kia aldridge was caught in the crossfire on friday... pushing a baby stroller on chicag's south side.her three-week-old child was not hurt. darwin and derren sorrells - both in their 20's - are now being held without bail. both brothers were on parole at the time of the shooting. aldridge leaves behind four children. 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." the vice presidential candidates weighed in on the controversial remarks yesterday. "donald trump has a plain-spoken way about him. and the tragedy of a mother
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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 first name in his original tweet - and issued a corrected tweet - keeping the rest of the message intact. condolences for the family. anchors chat/toss to rob rob's weather some areas are waking up to dense fog with a dense fog advisory in place for ozaukee, sheboygan and washington counties until 9am. mostly sunny conditions expected today with a few more clouds this afternoon and evening. highs will climb into the low 80s with dewpoints in the upper 60s making it a bit sticky. there is a chance of a few storms overnight with a better
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tuesday. a cold front moves through tuesday helping generate those storms and ushering in some cooler - more 'fall-like' air. highs go from the low to mid 80s tuesday to the low 70s on wednesday and dewpoints drop to bring in that more autumnal feeling. today: morning fog then partly sunny. high: 82 dewpoint: 67 wind: se 5-10 mph tonight: slight chance of rain and thunderstorms after midnight. low: 66 dewpoint: 68 wind: sw 3-5 mph tuesday: chance of rain and thunderstorms. mostly cloudy. humid. high: 84 dewpoint: 69 wind: sw 5-10 mph humid. high: 84 dewpoint: 69 wind: sw 5-10 mph
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those storms and ushering in some cooler - more 'fall-like' air. highs go from the low to mid 80s tuesday to the low 70s on wednesday and dewpoints drop to bring in that more autumnal feeling. today: morning fog then partly sunny. high: 82 dewpoint: 67 wind: se 5-10 mph tonight: slight chance of rain and thunderstorms after midnight. low: 66 dewpoint: 68 wind: sw 3-5 mph tuesday: chance of rain and thunderstorms. mostly cloudy.
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mph breaking news in the business world - mylan now says it will launch a generic version of the epipen...
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its price surge. mylan's generic version will have a list price of 300 dollars for a two- pack - and will be available within the next several weeks. the drug maker recently came under fire for raising prices from 100 dollars for 2 pens in 2009... up to roughly 600 dollars this year. the company has promised to make the drug more affordable. mylan announced last week it would provide instant saving cards worth 300-dollars to patients who face high out of pocket costs -- and it would also expan patients eligible for financial assistance. does a 30 hour work week sound too good to be true? coming up - hear how a major company could revolutionize the 40 hour work week. plus - why humans are no longer the biggest trend on facebook - a site that's all about making human
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the average age of a homeless person is 9 years old.
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wakeup news. anchors adlib weather over live pic the latest status update at
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being turned over... to algorithms. that means people will no longer write news descriptions and headlines for the company. the move comes months after facebook was accused of political bias in its "trending topics." a gizmodo article claimed freelance editors favored liberal topics over conservative ones. that team of contract journalists is now gone. facebook conducted an internal investigation and said no evidence of bias was found. but, all employees will now go through political bias training. testing out a four day work week. the washington post reports amazon will experiment with a 30 hour work week with a small group of employees. . instead of the nine to five, a few dozen people will work monday thru thursday... and only from 10 a-m to 2 p-m. additional flex hours will makeup the rest of the hours. many other companies offer a four-day work week, but still require 40 hours of work. amazon's team will work on tech
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at 6:30 - videos... replacing teachers? how a fight over the cost of college... began with a p-b-s series on the civil war. plus - police arrest a man in connection to the deaths of two nuns in mississippi... as community members remember the two women. plus- we're continuing to follow breaking news out of milwaukee's east side... where police are searching for the person who stabbed a man to death overnight.
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ds we caught her riding shotgun with a mystery man. oh, yeah! [ indistinct shouting ] is this your chauffeur? what?! no, i was just showing him how easy it is to save with snapshot from progressive. you just plug it in and it gives you a rate based on your driving. does she have insurance for being boring? [ light laughter ]
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you are watching the fox 6
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searching for the person who stabbed a man to death on milwaukee's east side. the very latest details - coming up in a live report in just one minute. plus: ls 'dont run. when you got a problem, run to it not away from it.' milwaukee heals. how the state of wisconsin is saying thanks to a man from sherman park... for the work he continues to do for his community... day in and day out. anchors adlib welcome back rob's weather some areas are waking up to dense fog with a dense fog advis washington counties until 9am. mostly sunny conditions expected today with a few more clouds this afternoon and evening. highs will climb into the low 80s with dewpoints in the upper 60s making it a bit sticky. there is a chance of a few storms overnight with a better chance of rain and thunderstorms on tuesday. a cold front moves through tuesday helping generate those storms and ushering in some cooler - more 'fall-like' air. highs go from the low to mid 80s tuesday to the low 70s on wednesday and dewpoints drop to bring in that more autumnal feeling. today: morning fog then partly sunny. high: 82 dewpoint: 67 wind: se 5-10 mph tonight: slight chance of in and thunderosfterdnight. low h tuesday: chance of rain and u
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= major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays breaking news now. a violent
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arlington and pulaski. and police are now searching for the suspect. julie collins joins us live with details. just hours ago police were here investigating that death near north pulaski. it was around 12-40 this morning when the call came in. shortly there after police arrived and barricaded the area with yellow and red investigators were out here this morning to investigate. milwaukee police say police say an argument between two people that knew each other lead to the stabbing. and despite life saving efforts by the milwaukee police and fire fighters -- a 32 year old milwaukee man died on the scene. the suspect in this stabbing fled the scene and milwaukee police are currently looking for him. that's the very latest from milwaukee's east side -- julie collins. fox
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new this morning - a community comes together... to remember the two nuns murdered in mississippi. one of the sisters - margaret held - worked with the school sisters of saint francis in milwaukee . angelica's in studio with the latest. hundreds of people gathered at a wake held in jackson, mississipp - where the two nuns were found murdered in their home. the group looked back on the ways sister held and paula merrill made an impact on their community. many people attending sat under a filled up to capacity. " it's a challenge to deal with a situation like this . one of the things i think both of us would say is that the support that we've gotten from around the world has helped to give us strength and give us courage" "losing a special friend is always very difficult but i also know that in losing a special friend i didn't really lose her , and that her life and her energy , and her spirit continues in us,
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a mass will be held for the two nuns today. 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. he now faces two counts of capital murder. sanders was out of prison on probation after being convicted of a d-u-i last year. he was also convicted of armed robbery back in the 1980s. held and merrill were both u clinic inone of the state's poorest counties. new information on two serious crashes in milwaukee from over the weekend. 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 yesterday morning. police say the driver of a stolen ford focus was speeding-- and ran a red light. the driver of the stolen car tried to get away-- but was eventually arrested. two of his teenage passengers were seriously hurt. and on friday night-- two
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35th and keefe. police say the 17-year-old driver crashed into a tree. two of his passengers-- latrey robinson hale and demetrius batchelor junior died at the scene. the driver and another passenger were taken to the hospital-- but are expected to survive. now to a story you'll only see on fox-6: a long time business owner in the sherman park area receives state recognition on his 80-th birthday... its a 'thank you' for what hes done for the community for decades... and what he continues to do af his story. its the kind of surprise... you hope for in your golden years. nat 'surprise!' sunday afternoon... its happening for lester staples juniors 80-th birthday. nat 'happy birthday, cousin!' 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
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'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... js 'they hired people from the 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 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 hes the glue that this neighborhood needs now... more than ever. bl 'whats the secret to 80 years?' ls 'eat right.
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that was bret lemoine reporting. senator taylor says this is also an example of how important it is to support small businesses. happening today - community members... and state officials... will be discussing the effectiveness of hate crime laws in wisconsin. the wisconsin advisory committee to the u-s commission on civil rights is holding the meeting from 1 to 4:30 this afternoon at the hampton inn conference center in west allis. formation and activity of hate groups... and listen to testimoney from community members... advocates... academics and legal professionals. an open forum session will start at 4. happening thursday - libertarian presidential candidate gary johnson will make his first campaign stop in wisconsin. he'll be hosting a rally at serb hall... at 7 p-m thursday night. in the last marquette university law school poll johnson got 9 percent support from likely voters. we've posted the
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meanwhile... u-s senate candidate russ feingold says it's "absurd" that the man he's trying to beat, u-s senator ron johnson, is suggesting that history teachers be replaced with ken burns documentaries. johnson isn't backing down. he's making "professor pay" a campaign issue. feingold's disclosure report, required of all u-s senate candidates, shows he made 150-thousand dollars as a stanford university professor. hes part of the problem . i just saw a report that he was paid 150,000 f stanford. that comes close to 8,000 per lecture. thats one of the reason college costs so much! this issue is about student loans and the fact that there is a terrible problem with people being in debt when senator johnson was asked about it, his response was, well, what we should do is get rid of professors and instead just play
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"higher education cartel" for driving college costs up. stanford, by the way, is a private university, not public. you expect your postal workers to bring your mail to you in one piece... but now - dozens of employees are being rounded up - and charged with hoarding thousands of pieces of mail. "i've never been in a situation where i go into report a crime and they look at me as the criminal" going viral this morning - a grammy award winning rapper's encounters with ch officials scrambling to apologize. new drone rules are taking flight in the united states in less than two hours. what that means for you - straight ahead. ....our weather expert rob
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washington counties until 9am. mostly sunny conditions expected today with a few more clouds this afternoon and evening. highs will climb into the low 80s with dewpoints in the upper 60s making it a bit sticky. there is a chance of a few storms overnight with a better chance of rain and thunderstorms on tuesday. a cold front moves through tuesday helping generate those storms and ushering in some cooler more 'fall-like' r. highs go from t w to d 80s tuesday to the l s wednes dewpoint: 68 wind: sw 3-5 h tuesday: chance of rain and understorms. mostly cloudy. humid. high: 84 dewpoint: 69 wind: sw 5-10 mph = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays happening today - the west allis man accused of going on a multi-county... fatal crime spree... is expected
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police say zachary hays killed his neighbor back in may. later that day... he's accused of killing an illinois woman on the interstate in a drive-by shooting. hays has already pleaded not guilty in milwaukee county. he's expected back in that court case next month. and one of the men prosecutors say was "inspired" by the sherman park unrest will be in court today. police say 19-year-old dale folley lit a car on fire in a pick n save parking lot near 18th and national. police say 19-year-old dale pick n save parking lot near 18th and national. his preliminary hearing is scheduled for this afternoon. meanwhile... today - the federal government's rules for commercial drone use... will go into effect. the f-a-a will now require interested drone piolots to pass an aeronautical exam before they can fly. that first exam is scheduled for 8 this morning - and already - more than 33-hundred people have signed up. drones will not be allowed to fly higher than 400 feet - and must stay within the line of sight for whoever is operating it.
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off-duty officer was shot at a block party. angelica's in the newsroom following that story and more from across america. that shooting happened in detroit early yesterday morning. a reserve officer... robert ball... was shot in the chest - and possibly also his stomach - and rushed to a hospital for surgery. he's now considered stable. ball was hosting the block party when the shooting happened... but police do not believe he was the intended target. police say they don't know what led up to that shooting. grammy-award winning rapp response... after he went to file a police report for an armed robbery. the rapper says he was held up in his car... and gave the robber his wallet - with only a few dollars inside. he then drove to a police district to explain what happened - and says he was blown off by officers inside. he then filmed their response. " i am in shock b/c i just had a gun to my head she asked me what happened--i would like to
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playing candy crush" rhymefest says police took his report more than half an hour after he showed up - and said the robbery must not have been that bad if he still had his cell phone. rhymefest posted the video you just saw to twitter - prompting an apology from chicago's police spokesman... who said the department will address the incident. and dozens have been charged with crimes against the u-s postal service the 33 defendants were u- s-p-s employees... including one worker from southern california who is accused of hanging onto 48- thousand pieces of mail that she was supposed to deliver. half of those charged are accused of stealing items like video games... cell phones... and prescription medications. other employees were charged with embezzlement... bank fraud... false statements and conspiracy. the defendants all come from across california. two people are dead... after a
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trying to help with flood relief in louisiana. police say the bus lost control on interstate 10 and hit several other vehicles, including a fire truck that had responded to an earlier crash. a local fire chief was killed, as was a person in another car hit by the bus. two other firefighters and more than 40 people on the bus were hurt. the bus driver has been arrested. police say he is from honduras... in the country illegally... and does not have a license to drive a bus. at least one person is dead... after in flames in florida. a local paper says a chemical called nitrous oxide exploded in the plant... but it's still unclear what caused it to ignite. the paper says the chemical doesn't pose any danger to the public, and no other injuries have been reported so far. the investigation has been turned over to the state fire marshall. looking ahead - the white house expects to reach its target of re-settling 10- thousand syrian refugees within this fiscal year... as early as
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refugees have been resettled here since september 30th 2015. u-s officials say the 10-thousand person benchmark will depend on how many arrivals come today. the state department says the administration is expected to accept more than 10-thousand applicants between now and end of the fiscal year on october 1st. pope francis says he plans to visit parts of central italy... that were struck by a devastating earthquake last week. the pontiff says he plans to visit the area as soon as possible... in order to comfort the survivors and families of those i at least 290 people died in the quake. rescue teams are still searching through the rubble, but there is little hope that they'll find any more survivors. happening now - argentina is fighting a massive wildfire. two small towns have been evacuated because of the blaze. the fire started a week ago, but then split into two sections, each threatening to spread to a nearby town. emergency workers are also battling high wind and hot temperatures... and were unable to contain the whopping two hundred and fifty square mile fire. luckily the
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authorities are starting to allow residents to return home. anchors chat and toss to rob anchors chat and toss to rob rob's weather some areas are waking up to dense fog with a dense fog advisory in place for ozaukee, sheboygan and washington counties until 9am. mostly sunny conditions expected today with a few more clouds this afternoon and evening. highs will dewpoints in the upper 60s making it a bit sticky. there is a chance of a few storms overnight with a better chance of rain and thunderstorms on tuesday. a cold front moves through tuesday helping generate those storms and ushering in some cooler - more 'fall-like' air. highs go from the low to mid 80s tuesday to the low 70s on wednesday and dewpoints drop to bring in that more autumnal feeling. today: morning fog then partly sunny.
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slight chance of rain and thunderstorms after midnight. low: 66 dewpoint: 68 wind: sw 3-5 mph tuesday: chance of rain and thunderstorms. mostly cloudy. humid. high: 84 dewpoint: 69 wind: sw 5-10 mph tuesday: chance of rain and thunderstorms. mostly cloudy. humid. high: 84 dewpoint:
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partly sunny. high: 82 dewpoint: 67 wind: se 5-10 mph tonight: slight chance of rain and thunderstorms after midnight. low: 66 dewpoint: 68 wind: sw 3-5 mph tuesday: chance of rain and thunderstorms. mostly cloudy. humid. high: 84 dewpoint:
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dewpoint: 69 wind: sw 5-10 mph this week at training camp... the packers roster will be trimmed down to 75 by tomorrow... before the final pre-season game on thursday in kansas the good news for jordy nelson - is he doesn't have to worry about being cut. but the bad news is- 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
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meanwhile... a lot of attention this morning... on 49ers quarterback colin kaepernicik... who sat during the national anthem on friday night... to protest the country's treatment of racial minorities. now - the big question is... where does kaepernick go from here? listen to his answer. "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 represent and this country is representing people the way that it is supposed to i'll stand." the 49ers responded to kaepernick's decision... saying in part "we recognize the right of an individual to choose to participate, or not, in our celebration of the national anthem." gabby douglas's teammates - stepping out in style without her at the v-m-a's last night... why the gold medalist was a no-
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there aren't too many people who can say they upstaged beyonce - but we'll show you who stole the show - and why it's absolutely no problem for the star. patti labelle... looking to create another smash-hit... or five... for wal- mart. what she's baking up this
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are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. this morning... as beyonce wins award after award at the m-t-v video music awards. the singer won eight awards in total... including video of the year... and performed five songs from lemonade... in a 16-minute long
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of it all there was one person who may have stolen the show from beyonce - her daughter... blue ivy! the two rocked the red carpet in matching outfits. blue ivy was featured in scenes from beyonce's visual album "lemonade" this year. another 16 minute long show at the v- m-a's... before accepting the michael jackson video vanguard award. this time... that honor went to rihanna. her former boyfriend... drake... presented the vanguard award to her. ""she's someone i've been in love with since i was 22 years old, cheers she's one of my best friends in the world, all my life i've looked up to her even though she's younger than me."
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not my own, it's my family's, it's my fans, it's my country, it's the caribbean as a whole, it's women, it's black women." rihanna also performed some of her biggest hits throughout the night... including "work" and "we found love." four members of the final five also made an appearance at the simone biles... ally raisman... laurie hernandez... and madison kocian presented the v-m-a for best female video to beyonce. gabby douglas couldn't make the show because of an infection she's been fighting. she tweeted "out of hospital and resting comfortably. final five... sad i can't be with you to present
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now at seven --- breaking news --- right now police are looking for suspects east side --- just steps away from brady street. ahead in a live report what police lead up to the fatal stabbing. "it's a challenge to deal with a situation like this." plus, hundreds of people remember the two nuns killed in a violent attack in mississippi. ahead the new information about the suspected killer. good morning and welcome back to wakeup!

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