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we start at 11 with a traffic tracker alert at the zoo interchange... the ramp from eastbound i-94 to i- 894 southbound is closed semi rollover. the sheriff's department says the closure could last several hours. there have been no report of injuries. officials are cleaning up a diesel leak and will remove the semi. the wauwatosa fire department is on scene...they tweeted out this picture saying the ramp will be closed for a couple of hours. you can see in this close- up shot, that the driver's side of the cab slammed right into the construction median. new information now about a sexual assault that happened on
the latest. we learned this morning -- milwaukee police arrested five male suspects in connection to the crime. police say a 12-year old girl was attacked near 23rd and national around four yesterday afternoon. there were other minors with her when police arrived on scene. police say they are still looking for an additional suspect in connection with this assault, as well. milwaukee police sensitive cr we'll continue to follow this story and bring you any updates...on-air and online...throughout the day. a convicted sex offender is set to be released in waukesha county today. 76-year old fortu-nato carrion will be homeless after his release. carrion's convictions were in 19-86 and 19-92 for having sex with a child. the crimes were committed against two different victims
connection to the stabbing death of milwaukee chef "shawn os-trom." it happened near pulaski and arlington early yesterday morning. police say they think the 32-year-old victim got into an argument-- and that he knew his attacker. police have arrested a 45-year-old man from oak creek-- as well as-- a 20-year- old man from greenfield in connection to the crime. the investigation remains ongoing. ...a tragic story out of menomonee falls-- where a two-
police were called to the home near fond du lac and main about 2-45 yesterday. they found a man trying to resuscitate his son. lifesaving efforts continued on the way to the hospital ...but the little boy was pronounced dead. the menomonee falls police and the medical examiner's office are investigating ... but say the death appears accidental. kenosha police are looking for help solving a deadly shooting. the shooting happened on august 21st-- near 67th street and 24th aven victim-- 39- year- old bernard reavers --- went to visit a neighbor, when he walked in on an armed robbery... and was fatally shot. police are looking for the car in this picture. they are also interested in seeing any home security footage from the area. if you can help, contact kenosha police. a funeral procession turns into the scene of a triple shooting. one man died... and two others were hurt... after the shooting near 22nd and keefe. fox 6's madeline
a family in the process of saying good-bye to a loved one today... loses another loved one. 10:54 we just want all of this senseless killing to stop. he came down here to bury his grandpa. so how ruthless, and where is your conscience? :03 during a funeral procession for his grandfather... fabian hinkle says how ruthless, and where is your conscience? :03 during a funeral procession for his grandfather... fabian hinkle says his cousin... 23-year-old lamar ragland was shot and killed. 11:27 they definitely knew it was him. fabian did not attend the funeral but says he learned ral the first car behind the herse. it was a car that certainly stood out with its bright coat of gold paint. 11:4- he just fixed his car, painted it, put the rims on it. came by us the first day he got it out. he only had the car out one week. so if its anybody they know who they did it to. just cause of the car. :05 soon after the shooting... police responded to a report of a burned up white suv near maple and 6th. hinkle says the vehicle is connected to his cousins
trigger. 13:15 its broad daylight. whoever did this, the police need to catch him. a police spokesman says detectives are still trying to determine whether the suv is connected to this shooting. a 24-year-old man and a 22-year-old man were also injured from gunfire. police say they suffered non-life- threatening injuries. hinkle says they were passengers in his cousins car. reporting in milwaukee... a mississippi prosecutor may consider the death penalty for a man charged with killing two nuns. one of the sisters was from milwaukee. however, relatives and colleagues of the sisters are expressing opposition to executing the man. a judge denied bond to 46-year-old "rodney sanders" in the wake of the brutal murders. sanders has been charged with capital murder... as well as, grand larceny and burglary.
sanders targeted the nuns. the man previously spent more than ten years in jail for armed robbery. sister "paula merrill" and sister "margaret held" were found stabbed to death in their rural mississippi home last week. meanwhile -- an emotional mass was held to honor the two nuns yesterday in mississippi. sister margaret held grew up in school sisters of saint francis in milwaukee before heading south. both of the nuns were nurse practitioners, working in one of mississippi's poorest communities. funeral services for sister margaret held will be this thursday at the resurrection catholic church in allenton. visitation starts at 4-30 p-m with mass starting at six. they are also asking that memorials be made to the "school sisters of st. francis". another service for sister held will happen friday at st. joseph
has died. the actor...born "jerome silberman"...is from milwaukee. he's been in films like "the producers"-- "blazing saddles"-- and "willy wonka and the chocolate factory." wilder graduated from washington high school in milwaukee. he was already acting at a young age and was an active member of the "washington players" -- the school's theater group. he was inducted into the school's "hall of fame" back in 2001. ld 'we ha before him that made it in radio - but hes the one that made it into movies.' we're told wilder was also a good student-- always making the honor role. family members say he died due to complications with alzheimer's disease. he was 83-years-old. football star "colin kaepernick" is getting more backlash after refusing to stand during the national anthem... the latest on who's speaking out
is getting backlash for refusing to stand during the national anthem. kaepernick says he's quote "not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color." reid binion has the latest. nat sot "you should never play another down in the nfl again. move to canada."a san francisco 49ers fan - burning a colin of many fans upset about the quarterback's refusal to stand for the playing of the "star spangled banner" during preseason football games kaepernick says it's a protest against social injustice. colin kaepernick / san francisco 49ers quarterback "this is because i'm seeing things happen to people that don't have a voice. i'm in a position where i can do that, and i'm going to do that for people that can't."...criticism - now coming not just from the sports world, but also the world of politics. trump "well i have followed it, and it think it's - i think it's personally not a good thing - i think it's, i
taking to the radio monday, blasting kaepernick. trump "maybe he should find a country that works better for him, let him try. it won't happen."asked about the issue, white house spokesman josh earnest- also objected but said kaepernick is free to express his perspective. kaepernick though did get some high profile support from director spike lee. spike lee/director, "chi-raq" "i support him. i find it so interesting how people want to pick and choose what rights people have."i'm reid binion reporting. chicago mayor rahm emanuel cal criminal justice system... this after two brothers were charged with killing "ny-kea aldridge" -- the cousin of basketball player dwyane wade. "darwin" and "derren sorrells" briefly appeared in court again yesterday. prosecutors say both admitted to taking part in the shooting that killed aldridge last friday, as she pushed her baby in a stroller. police say the sorrells have gang ties-- extensive criminal pasts-- and both were on parole at the time of the shooting. the mayor says the system needs tougher consequences when
offenders. around the world now... a suicide bomber has attacked the chinese embassy in the capital of keer-gis-tan kyrgzstan.. officials say the man drove his car into the embassy's gates-- killing himself and wounding three employees. the facility is located next to the u-s embassy. the motive behind the violence is unclear. but, officials in the former soviet republic describe it as a terror attack. right now, investigators are working to identify the man found inside residents in italy continue to pick up the pieces from last week's earthquake and now police are battling several cases of looting in the area. italian police arrested two people -- a romanian man and woman-- for allegedly looting the damaged homes. police say the two stole about 300 euros-- clothes-- and other items from homes. 292 people have been confirmed dead from the quakes.
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tracker alert at the zoo interchange... the ramp from eastbound i-94 to i- 894 southbound is closed because of a semi rollover. the sheriff's department says the closure could last several hours. there have been no report of injuries. officials are cleaning up a diesel leak and will remove the semi. the wauwatosa fire department is on scene...they tweeted out this picture saying the ramp will be closed you can see in this close- up shot, that the driver's side of the cab slammed right into the construction median. new information now about a sexual assault that happened on milwaukee's south side. jessob reisbeck is in the newsroom with the latest. we learned this morning...milwaukee police arrested five male suspects in connection to the crime. police say a 12-year old girl was attacked near 23rd and
were other minors with her when police arrived on scene. police say they are still looking for an additional suspect in connection with this assault. milwaukee police sensitive crimes is investigating. we'll continue to follow this story and bring you any updates...on-air and online...throughout the day. and bring you any updates...on-air and online...throughout the day. to be released in waukesha county today. 76-year old fortu-nato carrion will be homeless after his release. carrion's convictions were in 19-86 and 19-92 for having sex with a child. the crimes were committed against two different victims that carrion knew.. he will now be on the lifetime sex offender registry-- and he will be on g- p-s monitoring. if he violates the terms of his release, he will be taken back into
connection to the stabbing death of milwaukee chef "shawn ostrom." it happened near pulaski and arlington early yesterday morning. police say they think the 32-year-old v argument-- and that he knew his attacker. police have arrested a 45-year-old man from oak creek as well as a 20-year-old man from greenfield in connection to the crime. the investigation remains ongoing. a tragic story out of menomonee falls ... where a two year old was found unresponsive in a pool. police were called to the home near fond du lac and main around 2-45 yesterday. they found a man trying to resuscitate his son. life saving efforts continued on the way to the
was pronounced dead. the menomonee falls police and the medical examiner's office are investigating ... but say the death appears accidental. a kenosha man makes a simple gesture-- lending a vacuum to an upstairs neighbor. that good deed-- ended in his death. police in kenosha say he was shot-- possibly after walking in on a robbery in progress. fox 6's a-j bayatpour has the story. he was a good neighbor. good neighbor, good dad - hed always help out if he could. that's how teresa r describes her next door neighbor, 39- year-old bernard reavers. it was like, the first day i met him, hi, my names bernard. whats your name? and youd see him around, stuff like that. kenosha police, who are still posted outside the house, say reavers was being a good neighbor the morning of august 21st. he went to lend a vacuum cleaner to the woman living upstairs. police say he might've walked into an armed robbery in progress...adding they've gotten information that neighbor was involved in drug
with reavers being shot. really, i didnt know who was shot. i didnt hear anything, it was a sunday morning. you dont think youre doing anything on a sunday morning other that getting up and getting ready for the day. another neighbor tells fox 6 he heard one shot. after being in the hospital for six days, reavers died on saturday. he leaves behind three young children; rademacher says she always saw reavers outside with his girls. they dont have a dad to look up to, to teach them what a m daughters - who to look for in a guy. police put out this screen shot - they say it's a "vehicle of interest" and are asking anyone in the area with surveillance cameras to call them. rademacher says it's the shooter, himself, who needs to come forward. best thing for them to do is turn themselves in and knowing they took away a good man out of this community and out of this life but are they going to? i dont know. "we talked to a couple other
on camera. both of them say oftentimes, they would see reavers outside in the backyard. one neighbor saying he was especially fond of grilling out, regardless of the temperature. he says whenever he would see reavers grilling and say hello, reavers would offer him something off the grill. again, if you have any information about the shooting, you're asked to call police. reporting outside the kenosha public safety building, aj bayatpour, fox6news." a funeral procession turns into the scene of a homicide investigation. police are the shots near 22nd and keefe. family members tell us they were on their way to bury their grandfather-- when the shooting happened. 23-year-old "lamar ragland" died on the scene. his gold car was immediately behind the hearse. his cousin thinks that's why he was targeted-- but milwaukee police are still investigating. we just want all of this senseless killing to stop. he came down here to bury his
conscience? the two other victims were 22 and 24 years old. they are expected to survive. again -- police continue to search for the people responsible. a mississippi prosecutor may consider the death penalty for a man charged with killing two nuns. one of the sisters was from milwaukee. however, relatives and colleagues of the sisters are expressing opposition to executing the man. a judge denied bond to 46-year-old "rodney sanders" in the wake of the charged with capital murder... as well as grand larceny and burglary. investigators aren't sure yet if sanders targeted the nuns. the man previously spent more than ten years in jail for armed robbery. sister "paula merrill" and sister "margaret held" were found stabbed to death in their rural
was held to honor the two nuns yesterday in mississippi. sister margaret held grew up in slinger and worked with the school sisters of saint francis in milwaukee before heading south. both of the nuns were nurse practitioners working in one of mississippi's poorest communities. and funeral services for sister margaret held will be held this thursday at the resurrection catholic church in allenton. visitation starts at 4-30 p-m with mass starting at six. they are also asking that memorials be made to the "school s francis." another service for sister held will happen friday at st. joseph chapel on layton. happening now - community members are questioning... how a plan for blight-reduction... will help their neighbors. milwaukee mayor tom barrett's office provided no specifics yesterday about the plan. private contractors came out yesterday and started tearing down a house at 50th and clarke -- which had
weeks ago. city officials said they'd given the property owner 30 days to decide whether to tear it down or repair it. it's one example about concerns over blight in milwaukee. "these empty houses - nothing good happens in them. theyre either stripped or used for drugs or truancy - whatever" them. theyre either stripped or used for drugs or truancy - whatever" neighbors at 33rd and hadley have been complaining about one vacant house for months. it was on the it finally did come down -- only after it caught fire two weeks ago. we're told there are 400 condemned homes on the city's list. a new state law is going into effect... the changes for school buses in milwaukee ... and what drivers should know before the new school year starts. and 25 million people are still doing this dangerous thing in the car... what it is and why it's a danger to everyone...in today's consumer
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a new school year...a new state law. and it affects school bus warning lights. fox6s jonathon gregg tells us what drivers should look out for. when students climb on the bus this year... "no body has more buses in this part of the state." their ride may be flashing a new war warning lights prior to the actual stop of the school bus and the unloading and loading of children." the flashing amber light tells drivers the bus is preparing to stop or has just finished a drop off. milwaukee teachers caught their own bus ride monday following an mps teacher pep rally. 'the new law doesnt require every bus to have the new amber flashing light just the ones built after jan one, 2005."
manufactured before that that will have the conventional red only system." and while red lights have and always will mean "stop, do not pass go." cars may "pass" a bus while its amber lights are flashing. "buses that are unloading and loading children so we have to be very very cautious. it actually gives more information to the driver of exactly what that bus is doing." the new warning light will also flash momentarily as the bus pulls away from each stop. "i think it gives you a little bit more communication and usually more environment." in milwaukee, jonathon gregg fox6news backpack buddies are back! you can help fox6 and "feeding america eastern wisconsin" make sure kids get enough to eat. go to any "sendiks food market" now through september 6th. all of the proceeds will be used to provide backpacks filled with food to kids in need...and those backpacks will be restocked with food every friday throughout the school year. details are at fox6-now-dot-com.
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thousand lives since they became standard equipment fifty years ago. but still 25 million people dont buckle up, especially in the back seat. in this contact 6 report - jenna sachs explains why thats a danger to everyone in the car. 19 year-old tyler elzey and his best friend harrison were going for just a short ride. they were in the back-seat -- no seat belts on -- - when the driver lost control and crashed. all were killed. it is a scene that is difficult for his harrison basically became projectiles, their heads hit each other. he suffered multiple skull fractures. not wearing a seat belt can make you a lethal weapon.' its estimated a quarter to a third of passengers in the back seat dont buckle up with young people being the worst offenders. thats many more than dont buckle up in front. 'people may think its ok to be unbelted in the back seat or skip the belt altogether if its just a short trip. well thats
within 25 miles of home. and being unbuckled in the back seat increases your risk of dying in a crash to three times what it is if you have your seat belt on according to the governors highway safety association. and unbuckled passengers in the back seat also can pose a danger to people buckled-up in the front. 'unbelted passengers in the back can be flung forward in a crash with such tremendous force that they can injure or even kill the people in the front.' suzanne started a website cal not to do what tyler and his friends did routinely - skip the seat belts. 'these 4 kids, who were all really good kids, just graduated from high school and in an instant they were all gone.' its not only lives seat belts can save. its estimated that medical costs and lost productivity due to accidents involving the failure to use seat belts has so far cost the u.s. about 10 billion