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wind: ne 5-10 mph and with all that rain -- this was t while ago near 10th and layton. a nearby creek overflowed -- sending water into the street. one car even stalled after trying to drive through the flooding. crews arrived to clear the drains in order for the water to recede. they're still out there working -- and traffic is moving slowly through the area. and take a look a this... a viewer sent these pictures of a car in cudahy... you can see it ended up off the road -- and stuck in a flooded ditch.
happened for the car to end up in that position. you can track the weather any where -- any time by downloading the fox6 storm center app. it's free to download for apple and android devices. now to some breaking news... police are investigating after three people are shot -- one of them killed -- this afternoon. it happened near 27th and vine earlier this afternoon... that's where fox6's madeline anderson joins us with the latest. crime tape surrounds the 1900 block of 27th street as milwaukee police investigate a fatal shooting at this home on the end. you know there's been a lot of killings lately. so it's just really sad.just before 1 this afternoon, mpd says one man was shot and
were also injured by gunfire. they were taken to the hospital for treatment. it's the third homicide in milwaukee in two days and the 90th so far this year. it's scary. everything is going haywire around here. a lot of people is just dying. police investigating what led up to shooting. no word on suspects. traffic blocked off between brown and vine... she was found dead in her cell four days after being booked in the milwaukee county jail. while her family has questions about how she died -- they believe her past may have contributed to her death. fox6's derica williams joins us
the family is terribly troubled right now... and while they wait to learn what happened to their loved one behind bars... they want to send a message, to hopefully prevent others from going down the same path she did. we are going to miss her smile and going to going to miss her face .her grandkids won't see her now, it's sad this is the kristina fiebrink her brother- in- law robert jackson knew and loved. she was very caring and very loving but over the years, he says h life changed dramatically. been in and out of trouble off and on for a long time and just couldn't seem to get away from it with an arrest history dating back nearly 15 years, the 38- year- old had several drug convictions. it was opiates heroin, cocaine and most recently arrested wednesday for resisting/obstructin g an officer when police tried to arrest her for a felony warrant. she spent four days in jail.. before being found unresponsive in her cell. now all of a sudden she goes to
that is going on on with overdoes i have an inkling something else happened the truth will come out we will investigate and we are going to find out her death is being looked into , meanwhile jackson wants to steer people away from drugs and path of crime. a lot of people are getting addicted to opiates through july, the medical examiner has certified 161 drug overdose deaths. thats up about ten percent elephant tranquilizers to try and cut the heroin with fentanayl which is so much more potent people dont realize what they are getting into jackson wants others to learn from his loss. its time we start changing and being a good example fiebrink leaves behind siblings, children and grandchildren. once again the cause of her death is still being investigated... the medical examiner has conducted an autopsy but the results are currently on non- disclosure. live ..dw, fox6
after reports that a 12-year-old girl had been sexually assaulted in a milwaukee park -- the girl has since recanted her story. five men had been arrested in connection to the alleged assault near 23rd and national yesterday afternoon. incident was quote, "baseless". a convicted sex offender is released today in waukesha county -- with nowhere to go. 76-year old fortunato carrion is homeless after his release. carrion's convictions came in 1986 and 1992 for having sex with a child. he will now be on the lifetime sex offender registry -- and will be on g-p-s monitoring. if he violates the terms of his release -- he will be taken back into
a mississippi prosecutor could consider the death penalty for a man charged with killing two nuns. one of the nuns was from milwaukee. however -- relatives and colleagues of the sisters are opposing an execution. a judge denied bond to 46-year-old "rodney sanders" in the wake of the brutal murders. he's charged with capital murder as well as, grand larceny and burglary. investigators aren't sure yet if sanders targeted the nuns. meanwhile -- funeral services for sister margaret held will be frida joseph center in milwaukee. visitation begins at 8-30 a-m -- followed by the service at 9-30 and burial at 11 led by archbishop jerome listecki. another service will be held will be held in her honor thursday night in allenton. organizers ask any donations be made to the "school sisters of saint francis." moving the conversation. a longtime activist hopes to team up once again with the state's
the center of a new national discussion. a.j. bayatpour is in the newsroom to explain... michael bell says the next step in our national conversation about police shooting investigations...is to bring in experts from other hazardous industries. from transportation to medicine, he says law enforcement should consider how critical incidents in those professions are reviewed... signature accomplishment: in april of 2014, governor scott walker signs into law...a mandate that police departments cannot investigate their own deadly incidents. after more than two years, bell says it's time to advance the discussion. i see a lot of holes right now in the process thats out there. bell's son was killed by kenosha police in 2004. he teamed up with other families and lobbied for what became act 348. bell's now pushing for a
police officials would join investigators from the national transportation safety board and the medical industry, among others. similar to the n-t-s-b, bell wants a national database of police shooting investigations. things could go wrong and thats why an independent review, a critical incident review board overseeing this, helps legitimize the process. it's a pitch he's already making in madison. i was encouraged. i met with the chief of staff in the lieutenant governors office. we had an in-depth conversation. director of wisconsin's largest police union, the w-p-p-a. if law enforcement isnt on board, youre not gonna get the reforms. bell says it took the w-p-p-a, along with republicans and democrats to get national attention in 2014. now, he's trying to do it again. we had the perfect blend of people to get that reform passed and, right now, its being touted as one of the leading reforms in the nation but you have to understand its not
from the w-p-p-a says of this multi-industry conference: "that is something we are certainly open to exploring. in many regards, the law enforcement profession does that already, but there is always value in casting as wide a net as possible to ensure that no stone is unturned." a spokesman for the lieutenant governor's office confirms they did meet with bell last thursday adding the office looks forward to hearing more about this possible conference. in the newsroom, a.j. bayatpour, fox 6 news. ted thanks aj commuters. a ramp in the zoo interchange had to be shut down for several hours this morning... it happened after a semi tipped over on the ramp from eastbound i-94 to southbound 894. the wauwatosa fire department tweeting this photo -- you can see the damage to the cab. nobody was hurt-- and officials have not said exactly what caused the crash... everything was back open by 1 o'clock. breaking blitz news with the
in the last 15 minutes - they're parting ways with a six-year veteran. pip's here with the packers moves. ted, no real surprises in the first wave of cuts..until a few minutes ago. punter tim masthay has been given the boot in favor of jacob schum-who handled the dutires for tamps bay last year! of course the pack have to year! of course the pack have to go from 75 to the mandated 53 man roster this saturday. wide receiver harvey binford was released. tight end kennard backman-a 6th round draft pick last year, was
running back john crockett-who they like for the number 3 spot behind eddie lacy and james starks-also went on i.r. with a shoulder injury. you see the others...c jacob flores, tight end mitchell henry, guard josh walker all on injured reserve. linebacker lerentee mccray was traded to buffalo for a future draft pick. many of of the young gentlemen on the bubble need to approach thursday night's preseason finale in kansas city as if it's their super bowl! 14:32:31 "super bowl or bust, i think you have to practice th anytime you perform across the white line, it's on video. you have to go about it the same way; so obviously you want these young men to go out and play their best game, to lay it all out there. not only for the opportunity to be here, but the opportunity to
north-champion vikings. they've lost quarterback teddy bridgewater for the entire season. more on that in sports at 5:40. mary, ted. mexico opens its first wisconsin consulate t and up next... a high-ranking official in the mexican government shared some thoughts on republican presidential candidate donald trump at today's ribbon-cutting. what she had to say with many prominent wisconsin republicans in attendance. and... students begin moving in at u-w-m. just how many students are making the campus their home for the school year --
russ feingold: so, what do you girls want to be when you grow up? girl 1: i want to be an astronomer. girl 2: i want to be a doctor! russ feingold: do you think you should be paid the same as boys? girl 1: definitely. girl 2: yep! russ feingold: well, i raised my two girls right here, and they agree with you - and so do i.
unfortunately, in wisconsin, a lot of women make less than men doing the same job. i'll work for equal pay for women, and for paid leave so parents can care for a sick family member.
awkward moments at the opening of a mexican consulate on milwaukee's lower east side... a high-ranking mexican official seemed to take shots at republican donald trump for "bigotry." political reporter theo keith in studio now -- theo, this happened in front of several trump supporters. mexico's foreign affairs secretary wasn't shy -- taking on trump in the middle of today's ceremony. listening were wisconsin republicans who support trump,
nats - cutting the ribbonmexican officials open a new consulate in milwaukee, to help the growing mexican population here. but something else was on the mind of mexico's top diplomat. facts speak against stereotypes. history against bigotry. cooperation against xenophobia claudia ruiz massieu never mentioned donald trump's name, yet attacked one of his best-known plans. trump wants mexico to pay for a wall on deportation of people who are here illegally. undocumented immigrants are oftentimes an easy target for intolerance and discrimination. but let me tell you, it has been documented that if this population left wisconsin today, the state would lose over 14,500 jobs she made the speech in front of trump supporters -- like governor scott walker and congressman sean duffy. you cant do what mr trump has said,
that doesnt mean you cant secure the border the consulate means milwaukee's mexican population will no longer have to travel to chicago for visas and other paperwork. it's expected to advance business opportunities between wisconsin and mexico. walker pivoted to the topic of trade when asked about trump. no matter who the president is or what the president or others in washington might be saying, were focused on trade, were focused on strengthening those bonds. we see that as a positive outcome for the people of wisconsin this is the 50th mexican trump is planning to make a speech on immigration tomorrow. his campaign has been inconsistent in recent weeks about how trump would deal with illegal immigrants. it's time for your news and weather together. no official reports, but ?menominee falls police and the medical examiner's office indicate a two year old's death yesterday appears to be accidental. police were called to a home near fond du lac and main shortly before 3 p- m... and found a boy who was unresponsive near a pool pool...
boy was rushed to the hospital but was pronounced dead on the way there. the victim of yesterday's fatal stabbing on the city's east side has been identified. milwaukee police say 32-year-old shawn ostrom was stabbed to death outside of a bar. two suspects-- a 45-year-old oak creek man and a 20-year-old greenfield man are now in custody. officials say the stabbing stemmed from an argument between ostrom and people he knew. move-in week at u-w-m. this week -- more than 4-thousand students are expected to move in to the university's residence halls -- about 27-hundred will be freshmen. to put that in perspective -- u-w-m has about 27-thousand students
backpack buddies are back! you can help fox6 an 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. ...an officer- involved situation that's getting a lot of buzz. in fact, it concerns one police officer with a lot of moves. beverly taylor takes you to muskego ...where this situation needs a
raiche ray-ch takes the job seriously, you know, serve and protect.but his service goes beyond the norm. nat that's him... dancing in the street sunday. let's set the scene-- as the south shore dance team of illinois approached..... "i was very stone faced and as they approached i was starting to feel it and then it just started to take over. once it got close enough i walked vest, started waving it around and they went nuts, ...this has been happening at the annual muskego community festival parade for the last three years. and this group -- also a crowd pleaser -- is always toward the end of the parade. "and it was totally spontaneous"since the first time, onlookers have requested it. the crowd has gotten bigger. and, the department purposely puts him at that intersection so he can strut his stuff. "i had a woman come up and say my husband and i postpone our
you dance today. so, i said, i'm not going to disappoint." nat and he didn't. even the dance team seems to love it. "i love the dance team. they're so talented and they all had big smiles on their faces "33 and it's just so much fun to make people smile and laugh." nat raiche raych thinks the exhibition shows people that officers are approachable.and, he thinks he's a terrible dancer. although you have to admit he has the moves. "i would say it's freelance dancing. i just let it come from laughs :27 he says the downside to all of this is at weddings, he's expected to lead the dances-- and get the party going. summer storms are taking their toll on either side of the country.