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our big story at 11... the milwaukee county medical examiner's office is investigating a possible co-sleeping death. it happened this morning just before six o-clock near 40th and locust. we're told a one-month-old baby has died. we will be following this throughout the day. stick with us for the latest developments. police are investigating a crash on milwaukee's lower east side. it happened near jefferson and knapp this morning. as you can see, the car crashed into a tree. officials say one woman had to be extricated from the car.
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arrests in the sherman park neighborhood. this, after a crowd gathered for a memorial for sylville smith last night. it happened near 44th and auer-- the same intersection where 23-year-old smith was fatally shot by a milwaukee police officer two weeks ago. police say they received several complaints from neighbors about a crowd of about 30 to 40 people. officers asked the group to leave peacefully. about 20 minutes later, the crowd was asked to leave again. police began making arrests when some refused to leave. they arrested 10 people for resisting an officer. adlib to weather a quiet, cooler day ahead with decreasing clouds and a high temperature in the low to middle 70s. mostly clear tonight with temperatures dropping into the low 50s inland, upper 50s lakeside. high pressure keeps the sunshine around the rest of the week and temperatures remain comfortable 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
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dewpoint: 59 wind: ne 5-10 mph arrested a 25-year old man in connection with a triple shooting on milwaukee's
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vine, just before one yesterday afternoon. officials say 22-year-old anthony trice was shot and died from his injuries. a teenager was also taken to the hospital. this is the third murder in two days and the 90th in milwaukee so far this year. you know there's been a lot of killings lately. so it's just really sad. it's scary. everything is going haywire around here. a lot of people is just dying. police continue to investigate to try and figure out a motive . ...new information on an alleged sexual assault happening in a milwaukee park. police say it never happened and the victim made it up. a 12-year-old girl told milwaukee police she had been sexually assaulted in a park near 23rd and national. five men were arrested yesterday. but that girl has since told police her statement was not true.
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she was found dead in her cell four days after being booked in the milwaukee county jail. her family has questions about how she died. fox6's derica williams has the she died. fox6's derica williams has the story. 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 ea says she got caught up with drugs and her 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 jail and passes away. with everything that is going on on with
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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 from 2015. they are using elephant tranquilizer 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. there has been an account to help with funeral costs. it's been set up at educator's credit union. we've posted details on our website at fox6now.com. once again the investigation into her death continues... the medical examiner has conducted an autopsy but those
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reporting outside of the milwaukee county jail, derica williams fox6 news. a fox6 exclusive-- social media helps 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-- and kicked him with steel-toed boots. police shared images of the blood-stained 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
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of substantial battery. a prominent face of isis has been killed...according to the terror group. ...what the pentagon is saying. plus-- ten kayakers are injured after being hit by a ferry in the hudson river. ...what may have been a factor in the accident,. and-- tropical storms are heading towards florida. ...how
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girls: good call! feingold: i'm russ feingold and i approve this message. the most prominent public face of isis has been killed. that's according to the terror group. this, as the pentagon says isis may be getting weaker. mary moloney reports. this man -- abu muhammad al-adnani -- has been one of the most powerful leaders of isis. alberto fernandez/middle east media research institute : "he's like one of who actually gets his hands dirty and is a trouble-shooter, and does stuff that actually affected the reality on the ground."a founding member of the terror group -- adnani was chief spokesman -- and the first to announce the isis caliphate. now -- the terror group says adnani was killed in aleppo. paul cruickshank/terrorism analyst : "it would be one of the biggest moments in the war against isis. abu mohammed al-adnani is an absolutely key figure in this terrorist group. he's much more than just a spokesman - he's
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on the u.s. radar for more than a decade having been captured by u.s. troops in iraq fighting with al-qaeda. the pentagon says he later encouraged lone wolf attacks and recruited new isis members. he is also widely believed to have inspired and directed attacks in the west. and was thought to be a possible successor to the head of isis. calling him a global terrorist -- the u-s offered a five million dollar reward for information on adnani. the day adnani's death was announced -- the top u-s isis said the terror group may be loosing it's influence. gen. joseph votel/commander of u.s. special command : "some of what we saw in the manbij fight was direction from baghdadi to his fighters to fight to the death. obviously, they didn't. so they didn't follow his direction."i'm mary moloney reporting. the first flight to cuba took off this morning. jetblue flight 387 took off from fort lauderdale and landed in central cuba...only taking 51 minutes. this is the first regularly scheduled
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a ceremonial water cannon saluted the jetliner as it took off. nine other u-s airlines will soon follow with their own routes. "you decide" coverage now. donald trump is meeting with mexican president "enrique pena ni-e-to" today. the meeting is scheduled just hours before trump is set to deliver a major immigration speech. the mexican president's office tweeted that both trump and hillary clinton have been invite of harsh words between trump and mexico's leaders - including pena nieto, comparing trump to hitler and mussolini. law enforcement sources say the f-b-i could publicly release its report on the hillary clinton email probe - as early as today. the agency is expected to also release notes of their interview with the presidential nominee. but - some items are not expected to be released today. those include additional notes
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clinton aides... and some other investigative material that was sent to congress. across america now... police say at least 10 kayakers are recovering after being hit by a ferry on the hudson river. the group was rescued by n-y-p-d harbor units. one person's arm was partially severed. and authorities are looking into whether sun glare was a factor in the accident. florida governor rick scott is declaring a state of emergency in 42 counties. this, in preparation residents along the coasts are getting ready for possible damage. fox's jackie ibanez, has more details. florida is battening down the hatches as tropical depression nine inches closer to shore. the low pressure system is now in the middle of the gulf of mexico... but is expected to turn towards florida at some point wednesday ... as it develops into a tropical storm. scott says: "we're going to have rain and we're going to have
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tornados we are going to have rip currents. we have to be careful." volunteers are filling sandbags in anticipation of the flooding to come. thomas says: "i think there's a lot of good people out there anyway. storms just bring them together." authorities are urging everyone to prepare their own homes for the storm ahead. forward says: "once 40 plus miles an hour winds sustained emergency response vehicles don't go out in that type of weather." after the storm hits the gulf coast of florida... it is expected to east coast of the state... where emergency management there is also getting prepared. stoughton says: "the potential of five to seven inches of rain. we could see flooding in some of our low lying areas in the city of saint augustine." the storm then could move north towards north carolina. the state already seeing strong waves and currents with another storm --- tropical depression eight... just off the coastline. mos says: "with the storm that's approaching we are keeping a close watch on people out here on the beach because there's going to be higher threat of rip currents."
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barreling toward the islands. residents on hawaii's big island are stocking up on food and water as hurricane madeline approaches. forecasters expect the center of madeline to pass dangerously close to the big island today. the storm has lost strength -- weakening from a category 3 to a category 2 hurricane. hurricane lester is right behind madeline...but its center is not expected to make landfall. a quiet, cooler day ahead with decreasing clouds and a high temperature in the low to middle 70s. mostly clear tonight with
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inland, upper 50s lakeside. high pressure keeps the sunshine around the rest of the week and temperatures remain comfortable in the 70s. warmer and more muggy on labor day with the chance for rain and 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
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dewpoint: 57 wind: ne 5-15 mph friday: mostly sunny. am low: 58 high: 72 dewpoint: 54 wind: ne 5-10 mph saturday: mostly sunny. am low: 56 high: 76 dewpoint: 57 wind: se 5-10 mph sunday: mostly sunny. am low: 59 high: 7 se 5-10 mph monday: partly sunny with a chance for t-storms. am low: 65 high: 81 dewpoint: 64 wind: s 5-10 mph a quiet, cooler day ahead with decreasing clouds and a high temperature in the low to middle 70s. mostly clear tonight with temperatures dropping into the low 50s inland, upper 50s lakeside. high pressure keeps the sunshine around the rest of the week and temperatures remain comfortable in the 70s. warmer and more muggy on labor day with the chance for rain and thunder. today: decreasing ouds. cooler and lessumid.gh: 7 n n 5-10 mph tonight: stly ear. wpoint: 59 wind: ne 5-10 h thursy: mostly sunny. high: 70 dewpoint: 57 wind: ne 5-15 mph fra stly sunn8 gh: 72 dewpoint: 54 wind: 5-10 mph saturday: mostly sunny.am low: 56 high: 76 dewpoint: 57 wind: se 5-10 mph sunday: mostly sunny. am low: 59
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sunny with a chance for t-storms. am low: 65 high: 81 dewpoint: 64 wind: s 5-10 mph hospital is raising concerns-- and marquette has named a person for its athletic center's design team. rich kirchen joins us live from the milwaukee business journal headquarters. let's start with -- st. francis hospital. back in march, st. francis hospital on milwaukees south side was sold by wheaton franciscan healthcare to ascension health of st. louis. now the union that's representing 1,000
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concerns about the hospitals future. 1.why is the union concerned and what do employees fear might happen? 2.what is ascension health
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marquette unive new $120 million athletic performance research center. what is the latest? what is the
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right lane of 1-43 southbound is closed because of a traffic incident. this is just north of brown deer road. the sheriff's department expects the lane to be closed for about an hour. again...the right lane on i-43 southbound is closed near brown deer road. carl is checking out a local
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glass blowing is one of the more unique, intricate arts....and it's available to anyone right here in milwaukee. carl deffen-baugh is checking out how it's done. glassblowing classes for all ages and skills. individual and group classes, private instruction, team
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people can rent space. ...dancing on the job. meet the local officer who is going beyond the norm.
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meet the local officer who is going beyond the norm. ...why he was dancing in the
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milwaukee police gets called out to the sherman park neighborhood overnight. ...why ten people were arrested. plus-- police also arrest a milwaukee man in connection to a triple shooting on the city's northwest side. ...the latest on the investigation. plenty of sun this afternoon.
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our big story at 11-30... the milwaukee county medical examiner's office is investigating a possible co-sleeping death. it happened this morning just before six o-clock near 40th and locust. we're told a one-month-old infant has died. we will be following this story throughout the day . stick with us for the latest developments. arrests in the sherman park neighborhood... this, after a crowd gathered for a memorial for sylville smith last night. it happened near 44th and auer-- the same intersection where 23-year-old smith was fatally shot by a milwaukee police officer two weeks ago. police say they received several complaints from neighbors about a crowd of about 30 to 40 people. officers asked the group to leave peacefully. about 20 minutes later, the crowd was asked to leave again. police began making arrests when some
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disorderly conduct...and for resisting an officer. meanwhile... a group of kids is looking to make a difference in the sherman park neighborhood. the "kids first initiative" is a youth empowerment organization that works to bring resources to young people, so that they can become more productive. the visit will feature a tablet giveaway, as well as, discussions for long-term plans for jobs. the activities all start at four o'clock. a quiet, cooler day ahead with decreasing clouds and a high temperature in the low to middle 70s. mostly clear tonight with temperatures dropping into the low 50s inland, upper 50s lakeside. high pressure keeps the sunshine around the rest of the week and temperatures remain comfortable 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:
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mph arrested a 25-year old man in
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northwest side. police were called near 27th and vine a little before one yesterday afternoon. officials say 22-year-old anthony trice was shot and died from his injuries. a teenager was also taken to the hospital. this is the third murder in 2 days and the 90th in milwaukee, so far this year. you know there's been a lot of killings lately. so it's just really sad. it's scary. everything is going haywire around here. a lot of people is just dying. to try and figure out a motive behind the shooting. a local family is speaking out... and warning others to stay straight and clean, after one woman's death inside a jail cell. 38-year-old kristina fee-brink fiebrink was in custody for resisting an officer after police tried to arrest her on a felony warrant. she spent four days in jail before she was
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say she was addicted to drugs-- and they want others to learn from her situation. they are using elephant tranquilizers to try and cut the heroin now fentanyl which is so much more potent its time we start changing and being a good example 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. ended with felony charges. police say a suspect beat a man with a brick - but they didn't have to look far for an alleged confession. fox 6's bret lemoine has this exclusive report: greenfield police sergeant chris deglopper da-glopper says a fight between two men was investigated at a home near this intersection in may. a woman called police... cd 'reporting that there was a fight involving her boyfriend and a friend.'
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schwochert walked up to the other man with closed fists... shouting: 'i came here for you, .'schwochert allegedly punched the victim... knocking him to the ground. cd 'he had been hit by something extremely hard - he thought it was a rock - multiple times.' the man was allegedly hit with this brick. the impact was so significant, the victim required six stitches. investigators say schwochert was gone by the time police arrived on scene... but a tip lead them to schwocherts facebook page... never seen someone provide such a confession on social media.' schwochert makes reference to kicking the victim with his blood-stained steel- toed boots. ' i also smashed 2 bricks, yes, concrete bricks over his head. he ran crying and screaming for police,' he allegedly wrote. 'why would i post this?' he continues... 'well find out... if i have a trial. trust me, this deserved it.' now schwochert can post a new status update... one that shows him facing a felony count
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edit 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.' bl 'we are not naming the victim, but we did stop by his home for comment tuesday afternoon. no one answered the door. we also reached out to schwocherts attorney for comment, but didnt hear back. reporting in greenfield, bl, fox6 news.' a look inside contact 6.... see how they're helping consumers who are getting bad customer service. and one local cop is letting loose on the job.. the reason he was seen dancing in the
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packers hall of fame-- ready to honor the legendary brett favre. the new brett favre exhibit officially opened at nine this morning. the exhibit honors favre's time with the team, recognizing his most memorable moments. it also pays tribute to his
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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 over. i took off my traffic 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 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 vacation by a day just to come watch 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."
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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 my spirit. laughs :27 adlib to weather a quiet, cooler day ahead with decreasing clouds and a high temperature in the low to middle 70s. mostly clear tonight with temperatures dropping into the low 50s inland, upper 50s lakeside. high pressure keeps the sunshine around the rest of the week and temperatures remain comfortable 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
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dewpoint: 57 wind: ne 5-15 mph friday: mostly sunny. am low: 58 high: 72 dewpoint: 54 wind: ne 5-10 mph saturday: mostly sunny. am low: 56 high: 76 dewpoint: 57 wind: se 5-10 mph sunday: mostly sunny. am low: 59 high: 79 dewpoint: 62 wind: se 5-10 mph monday: partly sunny with a chance for t-storms. am low: 65 high: 81 dewpoint: 64 wind: s 5-10 mph a quiet, cooler day ahead with decreasing clouds and a high temperature in the low to middle 70s. mostly clear tonight wit low 50s inland, upper 50s lakeside. high pressure keeps the sunshine around the rest of the week and temperatures remain comfortable 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: mostly sunny. high: 70 dewpoint: 57 wind: ne 5-15 mph friday: mostly sunny. am low: 58 high: 72 dewpoint: 54
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am low: 56 high: 76 dewpoint: 57 wind: se 5-10 mph sunday: mostly sunny. am low: 59 high: 79 dewpoint: 62 wind: se 5-10 mph monday: partly sunny with a chance for t-storms. am low: 65 high: 81 dewpoint: 64 wind: s 5-10
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you are watching fox 6 news at 11. a quiet, cooler day ahead with decreasing clouds and a high temperature in the low to middle 70s. mostly clear tonight
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lakeside. it turns out, dogs understand more language than you might think. according to a new study from budapest, dogs comprehend and respond to language. the researchers recorded dogs' brain activity as they heard various phrases. when they heard things like "good boy" or "well done" they responded stronger than they did to more
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