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violence breaks out in the city... milwaukee police arrest where "sylville smith" was killed by an officer. how a peaceful gathering ended in arrests. a quiet, cooler day ahead with a mostly sunny sky and a high temperature in the low to middle 70s. mostly clear tonight with temperatures dropping into the low 50s inland, upper 50s lakeside. a few lake-effect clouds and even sprinkles possible tomorrow, which will keep the temperature around 70. sunny the rest of the week with temperatures in the 70s.
chance for rain and thunder. today: decreasing clouds. cooler and less humid. high: 74 dewpoint: 57 wind: n 5-10 mph tonight: mostly clear. low: 58 dewpoint: 59 angelica adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays milwaukee police make several arrests near 44th and auer last night...after a crowd gathers at a memorial for sylville smith smith was shot and killed by a milwaukee police officer two weeks ago...following a chase. deandra corinthios is live near sherman
up a large crowd near 44th and auer ..but police say not everyone cooperated. 10 people were arrested for disorderly conduct and resisting an officer this situation developed between 8 pm and 9:45 pm last night. police say they were getting complaints from people in the neighborhood about crowds gathering near 44th and auer. police say residents of the sherman park neighborhood asked mpd for help police asked a crowd of about 30 to 40 people to leave when they say officers observed violations of the law. they asked the crowd to disperse again about twenty minutes later... some left, but others refused to leave...and mpd began making arrests. again...10 people were arrested. state representative jonathan brostoff tells fox6 he was in the area last night he was detained by mpd...and later released. reporting live in the sherman park neighborhood dc
dispatcher accused of stealing parking ticket money is expected in court today. prosecutors say melissa mueller was caught on camera pocketing the cash. she has since resigned from her job. her preliminary hearing is scheduled for 1:30 afternoon at the milwaukee county courthouse. a trial begins today for a milwaukee police officer accused of harassing a woman. 42-year old edmund estacio is charged alleged incident happened in brown deer last may. a woman claimed she had received dozens of missed calls from estacio.... then she claims he came to her apartment and started banging on her window estacio has been suspended-- pending the outcome of the criminal investigation. a fox6 exclusive-- social media helping greenfield police solve a case. in may, police say 36-year old brian schwochert walked up to a man and punched him.the suspect allegedly hit the man over the head with a brick multiple times
boots. police shared images of the blood-stained items with us. but the real bombshell evidence came from schwocherts facebook page. police say he posted that he smashed two bricks over the mans head and he deserved it. the incident may have been sparked by a feud over a woman. cd 'i wish that every offender - someone who commits a crime - i wish they would go home and do the same thing - put it out on facebook for everybody to see. it sure would make our job a lot easier.' of substantial battery. new details for plans on new arena in racine. the racine county board heard from the public and the city's mayor yesterday about the benefits to a proposed racine arena. officials say the 38-hundred seat arena would be built downtown -- on the southeast corner of lake avenue and gaslight drive. it would host events like hockey.. n-b-a d league basketball... concerts...among others. the question of who
is still a big concern. the county board will do their best to do this in a timely fashion so that were not dragging our feet on this etc this is a big one for all of us in the county the city you look at 440 construction jobs, 46 to 70 million dollars in development if you include the hotel the board plans to take a closer look at r conducted.. but also plans to put some of their own numbers and proposals together in the weeks to come. will the sunshine ever come back? can we pack away the umbrella yet? stephanie joins us with your six day outlook. isis confirms -- the most prominent face of the terror group has been killed. how the pentagon says it happened. the results are in for critical primary elections across the country. the big names that will serve
coming up on "look! famous people!" we catch flo, the progressive girl, at the supermarket buying cheese. scandal alert! flo likes dairy?! woman: busted! [ laughter ] right afterwards 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 ] laugh bigger. [ laughter ] ???
a quiet, cooler day ahead with a mostly sunny skies. highs in the mid 70's. right sunny skies. highs in the mid 70's. right no mostly sunny skies. highs in the mid 70's. right now.... you decide coverage now. critical primary elections across the u-s. ..and some big names holding onto their seats. kim is in the newsroom with more. let's start in florida. two big races there last night. democratic u-s representative debbie wasserman schultz and republican senator marco rubio both won in their primaries.
seventh term in congress. she used to be the chairwoman of the democratic national committee...but resigned due to leaked emails. sanders supporters say they showed that wasserman schultz had given preferential treatment to hillary clinton in the primaries. and then rubio beat out a millionaire developer in his g-o-p senate primary race. when rubio dropped out of the presidential race earlier this year...he originally said he wouldn't run again...but in a last-minute decision...ended u re- election he said he changed his mind because he didn't want the republican- controlled senate to lose power if he didn't run. and in arizona -- u-s senator john mccain beats out a republican tea party activist to win the right to seek a sixth term in november. however, the victory doesn't clear the way to a smooth re-election for mccain. he faces a tough democratic challenge in november's general election from u.s.
candidates....they have a big day ahead. donald trump is expected to meet with mexico's president...and hillary clinton is already preparing for the debates. this as the f-b-i could release the report it sent to the justice department recommending no charges against clinton - as early as today. ahead at six -- i-t-t technical institute can no longer accept new students. why the school is under investigation. in a few days -- "mother teresa" will officially be recognized as a saint. the local group that's and coming up in sports...pip breaks down the cuts on the packers roster...including punter tim
on labor day with the chance for rain and thunder. today: decreasing clouds. cooler and less humid. high: 74 dewpoint: 57 wind: n 5-10 mph dewpoint: 57 wind: n 5-10 mph traffic check red on traffic map = major delay delays green on traffic map = no delays the most prominent public face of isis has been killed -- according to the terror group.
abu muhammad al- adnani in aleppo, syria.. adnani has been on the u.s. radar for more than a decade. the pentagon says he encouraged lone wolf attacks and recruited new isis members....and was thought to be a possible successor to the head of isis. the u-s was offering a five million dollar reward for information on adnani. at least 11 people are dead after a typhoon hit northern japan yesterday. the bodies of nine residents were found in a nursing home in one tow.. in another. the storm forced more than 170- thousand people to evacuate ...while others were trapped in their homes and shelters due to flooding. this is the first typhoon to make landfall in the region since 19-51. in just a few short days mother teresa will officially be recognized as a saint. and a group of local catholics with a special connection to her will be in attendance. on tuesday, a group of about 25 people from blessed teresa of calcutta parish in
crew is making a holy year pilgrimage -- but they'll also get to watch their namesake be canonized and declared a saint on september 4th. "usually catholic churches are named after people are already declared saints so for us to be able to be there when she is canonized is just an opportunity that is very rare." father stanfield says the group will join an expected crowd of about one to two million people for mother 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.
a quiet, cooler day ahead with a mostly sunny sky and a high temperature in the low to middle 70s. mostly clear tonight with temperatures dropping into the low 50s inland, upper 50s lakeside. a few lake-effect clouds and even sprinkles possible tomorrow, which will keep the temperature around 70. sunny the rest of the week with temperatures in the 70s. warmer and more muggy on labor day with the chance for rain and thunder. today: decreasing clouds. cooler and less humid. high: 74 dewpoint: 57 wind: n 5-10 mph tonight: mostly clear. low: 58 dewpoint: 59 wind: ne 5-10 mph thursday: partly sunny with isolated showers. high: 70 dewpoint: 57 wind: ne 5-15 mph friday: mostly sunny. am low: 58 high:72 dewpoint: 54s am low: 56 high: 76 dewpoint: 57 wind: se 5-10 mph sunday: mostly sunny. low: 59 high: dewpoint: 62 wind: se 10 mph monday: partly sunny th m low: 65 high: 81 dewpoint: 64 w
veteran punter tim masthay was in the clear..he's been released in favor of fellow vet jacob schum!! a surprise, given what transpired monday. masthay, in his 6th year, went toe to toe with green bay native peter more'tell' the rookie who was released yesterday...but when schum became available, after the buccanneers made "him" a cut casualty, masthay was given his walking papers. schum will be given a long look against the chiefs in thursday night's if he doesn't impress, maybe somebody else..even peter more-tell'? stay tuned. here's how the packers got down to today's 75 man roster limit-before switching punters. wide receiver harvey binford was released. tight end kennard backman-a 6th round draft pick last year, was placed on injured reserve. 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,
reserve. linebacker lerentee mccray was traded to buffalo for a future draft pick. ted thompson's brought in some talented free agents for mike mccarthy. ya wonder how those guys go undrafted!the badgers don't plan to count their chickens before they hatch when they host number 5 lsu in saturday's season-opener at lambeau. 2 years ago, the tigers overcame a 17 point deficit to stun wisconsin. "back in 2014 it was, leaornard was a true freshman at the time, we didnt see much from him and for me as a college football fanits been fun to watch hime develo as a person over the years. hes deffenitley much more of a handful than he was back in 2014" friday night the high school football season enters week 3. there are your game of the week choices. catholic memorial at kettle moraine, hartford in oconomowoc or sussex hamilton at marquette. the brewers trying to avoid a
peralta did his part..he struck out 10 while allowing just 1 run over 7 innings. 1-0 birds..marteen maldonado rbi double scores keon broxton..back to even. to the top of the 10th inning: corey knebel gives up an rbi single to randall grit-chick. 2-1 st. louis. they've won 34 of 46 played at miller park. i'm honored to feature the winning match up. vote on our website, the polls close thursday night at 10. and sad news out of minnesota where vikings quarterback teddy bridgewater - he didn't even get hit - well he went down and tore his acl...also dislocated his kneecap - by all accounts out for the season. that's it for sports. have a wonderful wednesday. see you soon. coming up next - we meet muskego's dancing cop. see his sweet moves he's been showing off for the past three years...and
plus... joel hicks/ competitor says: "they do a good job in mixing 20,000 gallons of it so i can't really complain but i wouldn't put it on my potatoes.'' the world gravy wrestling championships taking place in england. more on the messy competition that takes a little technique to be crowned the champ - next. coming up at six -- what would it be like to come face to face with an alien? how some russian
getting a lot of attention online. this after busting lose at the community festival parade this weekend. nats music officer keven raiche has been busting a move for three years-- always when the south shore dance originally assigned to block traffic at a busy intersection for the parade-- but when the dance team came he couldn't help himself. now, onlookers request his performance. "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." raiche says the fun is a good reminder to people that officers are
morning in a massive tomato fight! check this out-- more than 300-thousand pounds of tomatoes were used in the country's annual tomato fight. 20-thousand people were expected at the "la tomatina festival." the fest originates from a spontaneous food fight back in 19-45. residents preparing by covering their shop windows and houses to protect from the red tomato juice. "...the most technical move of meanwhile -- hundreds in england turned out for the world gravy wrestling championships. about 20-thousand gallons of the dressing was used for the fights. 16 men and eight women entered the ring in lancashire. fighters slid around a mixture of meat juices, chopped up vegetables, and corn flour to wrestle away a win. and it wasn't just about
awarded points on entertainment value. the competitors say it takes a little skill to win a bout in the ring. hicks says: "if you can stay on your feet and get the upper hand on your opponent that allows you to throw them and toss them around but if you can't get any balance then you're just straight over.'' rachel pidutti williams/ women's winner says: "a skin tight suit so that they can't be grabbed and dragged down is pretty helpful, and the ability to laugh at themselves.'' the champions say they will be back next year to defend their themselves.'' the champions say they will be back next year to defend their crown. the event was held to raise money for east lancashire hospice. all anchors chat/toss to 6am
haywire around here. a lot of people is just dying." now at 6:00 - one person dead... two more injured... after a triple shooting in milwaukee's northwest side. what we know about the investigation... coming up. plus - milwaukee police... making arrests near a memorial to sylville smith. the latest details on what led to the arrests - coming up live in one minute. good morning and welcome to wakeup! steph's weather today: decreasing clouds. cooler and less humid. high: 74 dewpoint: 57 wind: n 5-10 mph tonight: mostly clear. low: 58 dewpoint: 59 wind: ne