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ready to celebrate the holiday weekend -- law enforcement agencies are making sure everyone is doing so responsibly. how they're working to keep drunk off and --- hundreds gather to pay their respects after a nun was killed last month. how sister margaret held is being remembered. good morning and thanks for waking up with us. i'm derica williams.
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holiday weekend -- make sure you do so responsibly... or you may find yourself pulled over. 35 different law enforcement agencies are teaming up this weekend to keep impaired drivers off of the
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details. near the busy roads they'll spend the weekend protecting, law enforcers line up for a friday evening roll call. they're kicking off the southeast wisconsin o-w-i task force's labor day weekend effort. "it's the opening of college football this weekend the badger's game is on saturday afternoon. lots of home parties going on and we want to make sure that people either stay home or they drive home safely with some type of designated driver program." thirty v the task force. and lt. gary gabrish says they're very effective: since last october, not including regular patrols, the task force alone has made 230 operating while impaired arrests. "i believe we have about eight percent of the owis that occur in our county just on our deployments." they'll be keeping a close eye on drivers this weekend, while some celebrate labor day as the unofficial end of summer. "i think people need to get that last drinking in
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and while days like new year's, memorial day and saint patrick's day normally top the list for intoxicated driving, lt. gabrish says labor day still cracks into the top group. "i would say labor day is probably in the top five." rachelle baillon fox6 news. it has been a violent summer in milwaukee... our city's murder rate -- surpassed chicago -- which also had a violent month of august. milwaukee's murder rate-- 4 homicides per 100-thousand people in our city -- compared to 3-point-3 per 100- thousan when it comes to solving the city's most serious crimes... police have a successful clearance rate. flynn says it''s the crimes where the victims survive... that often go unsolved. fox6's madeline anderson with the reason why. hours after milwaukee police chief ed flynn labeled august the deadliest month the city has seen in 25 years... officers were called out to three separate non-fatal shootings overnight. "although they are down compared to last year, they are still
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in one incident... mpd says the victim took himself to the hospital... but refused to be forthcoming with information... something the department sees over and over again. "its becoming a rational act for people to be afraid to cooperate with the police because those offenders who are armed and dangerous and survive have a very much vested interest in intimidating those who would truthfully testify." "absolutely, and talking with both youth and adults, one of the concerns is, we dont want to be seen as a snitch because we dont want to make ourselves retaliation. " pastor darryl seay with liberty and truth ministries on fon du lac works with the communities that are affected by gun violence. " its very very disheartening. " with a record-high 24 homicides in august... seay says the key to taking the most violent criminals off the streets is to improve relations between law enforcement and the neighborhoods where these crimes occur. "police just coming into the neighborhood, talking with
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real honest rapport with them. " in addition to catching the criminals... flynn said yesterday his department has taken more than 200 guns off the streets since august. reporting downtown... madeline anderson fox6 news. as madeline mentioned... a shooting thursday night in milwaukee is an example of the difficulty solving non-fatal shooting crimes. a 35-year-old man showed up at a hospital with a gunshot wound -- but police and tell officers where the shooting happened. meanwhile -- police are searching for suspects in a second non-fatal shooting. a 26-year-old man was shot near 20th and nash overnight thursday. the victim suffered serious injuries -- but is expected to survive. a third shooting happened near 86th and hampton. police say a 21-year-old man was shot after two people tried to rob him. the man is also expected to survive. two men have now been charged in connection with a fatal stabbing
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32 year old shawn ostrom, a chef at the pfister hotel, was killed early monday morning, near pulaski street and arlington place. yesterday -- prosecutors charged 20 year old "hussain sami" of greenfield with first degree reckleess homicide. 45 year old "imed chabbouh" is charged with aggravated battery. prosecutors say the stabbing came after a fight -- where the two suspects attacked the victim. five people are hurt following a crash yesterday afternoon near villard. we're told a stolen car was speeding when it crashed into two other vehicles. the driver of the stolen car fled the scene -- and police are still looking for him. all five people injured are expected to survive. fire canceled classes yesterday at messmer preparatory school. staff members discovered the fire as they arrived at the school a little before seven in the morning. investigators think it was caused by an electrical problem. firefighters were able to contain most of the damage to just one classroom, and the school is
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hundreds gathered to pay their respects to sister margaret held -- a nun with the school sisters of st. francis in milwaukee who was killed last month. the morning began with a prayer vigil and time of remembrance where many shared stories of sister margaret. then , a funeral mass lead by archbishop jerome listecki. held was fatally stabbed a week ago. police have charged a man with two counts of capital murder in the case. sister margaret's best as well. "god has placed in each of us some spark of life and love and my prayer is that he can go deep in and find that and change what has happened and where he is and really become the person who might be able to reach out to others." after the funeral mass a procession led sister margaret to mt. olivet cemetary where she was laid to rest.
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and staff lined the entrance to mt. olivet cemetery to honor sister margaret held. sister margaret is an alumna of alverno college. archishop listecki had much more to say about sister held in yesterday's homily. watch it in its entirety on fox6 now dot com and the fox6 news app -- the story is on our home page. while you're there -- read more about sister held's impact on those she served in mississippi. look who's back-- backpack buddies! help fox 6 and feeding america eastern s enough to eat and are ready to learn. go to any sendiks food market to buy your backpack buddies -- now through tuesday. all the proceeds will be used to provide backpacks, filled with food to milwaukee -- area kids in need... those backpacks will be restocked with food every friday throughout the school year. for more on becoming a backpack buddy -- go to fox6 now.com a milwaukee holocaust survivor gets a new lease on life. the cutting edge surgery she now
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obama gets a fish named after him. where the newly discovered species was found... that hits close to home for the president. julie is going over the edge this morning! hey julie!
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wakeup news. you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. cause-conscious thrill seekers will rappel over the edge of
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wisconsin athletes. julie collins is going over the edge from the ballpark this
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underway -- were looking for a new class of fox 6 future forecaster. you have to be 6 to 12-years-old to enter. go to fox6now.com for details. after ending their 6 game losing streak on wednesday, the brewers had yesterday off before returning to the field tonight in pittsburgh. this was a tough one for runs, but the brewers break the scoreless tie in the 6th when scooter gennett doubles to centerfield, scoring martin maldonado stays that way the rest of the way as tyler thornburg secures the win with the save. and the brewers get a rare road win, 1-0. they'll go for their 3rd straight win tomorrow. everyone knows they're coming, but they still have to sit and wait to see who will still be on the packers roster when it's officially cut down to 53 by tomorrow. quarterback marquise williams and defensive back warren gatewood have already been cut according to the milwaukee
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unless they're going to keep 3 quarterbacks is joe callahan. however he had a very good camp with the packers. in his final opportunity to impress, he played well again, going 13 of 24 for 143 yards and a touchdown and a quarterback rating of 85.9. if he doesn't make the final 53, he could end up on the practice squad if another team doesn't take him. "you know, it was just a great opportunity for me. i tried to take it week to week. coming from a d three school my chances of playing in the nfl were slim to begin with so this has just been a great the most of it." this afternoon, the badgers arrived at lambeau field on the eve of their season opener against lsu. they come in as underdogs to the 5th ranked tigers but it's an opportunity paul chryst is hoping his team always wants. "i think when you open up against a really good team i think your older players, your good players, they look forward to that competition. i think your young players have an opportunity to grow up quick. one of the things that you always find out in your first game is accurate indicator
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time to find out who is turning six. we're wishing allie in menomonee falls a happy sixth birthday! she likesa playing with her brothers. it's time for sam in milwaukee to celebrate! he likes baseball, football and video games. look who's six in pewaukee! brynn likes playing with her friends, swimming with her sister and going to daisy scouts. here's a nice birthday smile from owen in new berlin! he likes swimming, riding his bike and fishing. there's six candles on o'niya's cake in milwaukee! she likes playing with her dolls, jumping rope and reading books.
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in milwaukee!she likes swimming, school and fishing with her uncle steve. to find out how to wish your child a happy sixth birthday on fox six wake up news - just log on to "fox six now dot com" - for all the
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wakeup news. here's a look at ...! ad lib scientists are naming a newly discovered species fish after president barack obama... the maroon and gold creature was discovered 300 feet deep in the waters off kure atoll. it's the only known fish to live exclusively within a newly protected scientists were looking to honor the president after he signed an order, making the area the largest protected marine sanctuary in the world. scientists say the dorsal fin coloration of the male is a circular red spot ringed with blue, much like obama's campaign logo. this is now the second fish named after the president.
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coming up in the next half hour of wakeup. a texas officer makes a costly mistake.. how many criminal cases had to be dismissed as a result. convicted rapist brock turner is a free man after serving three months of his six month sentence. what protesters are
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just a little bit of warmth from the peppers. it's really good. a bold new flavor and only here for a limited time. mmmhmm. welcome to delicious. now at 7:30 --- he was convicted for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman behind a dumpster. after serving just three months -- brock turner is a free man. what protesters are now calling for. and --- killed on the job. a new mexico police officer is
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brock turner walked out of jail months for raping an unconscious woman. his six-month sentence caused outrage because many people consider it to be too lenient. david louie has their reaction. the time was 6:09. brock turner had to make his exit from the county jail in front of reporters, cameras and lights until he reached an suv waiting for him at the curb. he ignored questions the entire time. turner was driven to a mountain view hotel where he disappeared, never
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got an exclusive look at the austere, six-man cell where turner was locked up at the main jail. he and his cellmates were kept separate from other inmates. their crimes make them potential targets for attacks. sheriff laurie smith, santa clara county : "you know, rapists, child molesters are some of the crimes where we keep people separate and they are in a protective status."turner's six-month sentence and release after three months is reason for critics to continue their effort to recall judge aaron persky. kamilah willingham, rape victim : "even if the police believe you, even if the prose even against all odds the jurors believe you, at the end of the day that can all be undermined by a judge like aaron persky whose objectivity is clouded by rape culture."the rally featured a number of elected officials. mayor pat burt, palo alto : "i call on not only judge persky to resign but for his colleagues on the bench to stand up for integrity that they know is right and not hide behind a claim of judicial independence."a sole persky supporter refused to back down when challenged. steve white, judge persky
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because they want him to go, in my view. however, it's important to point out, he did what the probation officer suggested."in san jose, david louie, abc7 news. looking across america -- a police officer in new mexico is dead after being shot dead while on patrol. it happened yesterday in the town of alamogordo. authorities say two officers were in pursuit of 38-year-old joseph moreno when shots were fired. moreno was kild alamogordo police officer clint corvinus died of gunshot wounds at an area hospital. it's unclear who shot first -- but police say moreno was armed. authorities also say moreno had a lengthy criminal history and had three warrants out for his arrest. officer corvinus was a four-and-a-half year veteran. a huge mistake in south texas forces prosecutors to dismiss 142 criminal cases. the harris country
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the cases, which were mostly drug related, was destroyed... more than a thousand cases are now under review. the alleged mix-up took place when a deputy and a more senior deputy, decided to clean out the property room. the deputy who cleaned out the property room is now out of a job -- and the senior officer he claims was responsible has retired. the d-a's office is now calling for an independent audit of the entire precinct. in oklahoma -- at least one person was shot during game. the shooting took place at the stadium on mclain high school's campus in tulsa. the condition of the victim is not clear but it appears they were alert when taken from the stadium. officials say a church fire in las vegas may have been deliberately set. they say they've opened an arson investigation into the fire at holy trinity a-m-e church. the blaze was reported yesterday morning -- no one was injured. the fire left about 10-thousand
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the incident, the church pastor said he couldn't understand why someone would damage a church. so far, investigators have not arrested anyone. ahead on wakeup --- the 5th annual third ward art festival is back! one of the more than 140 featured artists joins us in studio with a sneak peek at some of her incredible work. a milwaukee holocaust survivor gets a new lease on life. the cutting edge surgery she now wants others to know about. julie is live at miller park this morning as special ready to go over the edge!
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wakeup news. a milwaukee holocaust survivor...has a new lease on life. she didnt know she was a candidate for a cutting edge heart surgery -- until it was nearly too late now her family wants others to know their options. fox6s deandra corinthios
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"i feel good in the water" but last winter she couldnt get in the pool... "she was gasping for breath they had her in some kind of a im not sure what it was...some kind of plastic tent' her aortic valve had stopped working...affecting her blood supply her daughters thought they would lose her. "they said they were sorry there was nothing more they could do for" but they found out about doctor bi care...and a surgery rose was a good candidate for: transcatheter aortic valve replacement. "we got her over to st lukes immediately and thank god we did" "tavr" is a less invasive alternative to open heart surgery, for some patients. "we have done over a thousand of these procedures, a given week we will probably be doing between 6 to 10" the procedure
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isn't as common everywhere. " it is up to the patient to ask their physician who is their first point of contact, am i eligible for this or not" "can you wave to me?" rose was out of the hospital in two days...back in the pool in 6 weeks... "i am grateful for what he did and it takes time but thank god" and her kids...want other families to know their options...and have think she would be here now" in milwaukee deandra corinthios fox6 news. special olympics athletes challenge themselves everyday -- now their supporters are going over the edge to benefit them. jullie collins joins us live from miller park for an event that's going
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returns for the 5th year in a row. the festival showcases the work of more than 140-juried artists. lindsey galassini and kathleen murphy miller join us with the
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the 5th annual third ward art festival returns on saturday, september 3 and sunday, september 4 from 10 a.m.-6 p.m., along broadway street between st. paul and menomonee streets in downtown milwaukee,
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wakeup news. here's a live look outside today it's going to be..... an earthquake has rattled a swath of the great plains from nebr north texas. the united states geological survey said that a 5.6 magnitude earthquake happened at 7:02 a.m. today in north-central oklahoma. it also tweeted that aftershocks may occur. a viewer in dousman called into our newsroom with reports that they felt the tremors there. people in kansas city, missouri; fayetteville, arkansas; and norman, oklahoma, all also reported feeling the earthquake.
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more destinations than ever before. this week on discover wisconsin -- explore some of our states ag-tourism attractions. mariah have you ever enjoyed fine dining on a farm and then learned how the ingredients are grown in the very field they were harvested that day? or bought a fabulous bottle of wine after touring the vineyard that produced it? did you know that you can take your kids to a working farm for fascinating lessons about agriculture? or go to a festival celebrating a bountiful harvest? its called agriculture tourism and nobody does it better than we do. this week, were going to burr oak winery in new lisbon. sound bite with steve peterson/president of wi ag tourism assoc. with agriculture and tourism being two major industries in wisconsin, i have to believe that ag tourism is bigger than ever here in wisconsin. peterson: we are
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out here experiencing things and thats what ag tourism is all about. people wanna come out and experience things. they want to take that picture with their phone and get it on facebook right away. social network with all their friends and tell them what great times theyre having and families are able to do it with multi generations at the same time and thats what makes ag tourism unique. its a very simplified way to have fun with the entire family. mariah: this is how i want to spend my saturdays. laugh and cling their wine glasses together. steve: cheers to that! ill do this every time. were also headed to meuer farm in chilton. one day each month from may to september a local chef comes in and prepares an elegant meal right at the farm, so when you go, you can not only learn how the food makes it from the farm to your table, you can bite with guest at the dinner i heard that the strawberries were picked today and a lot of the things that weve eaten are fresh from the farm and right to the table and thats kind of impressive! then afterwards, you can head out and check out the crops. were also checking out a really fun place for kids in fort atkinson called busy barns adventure farm where they have a great time learning about agriculture. little girl interview mariah: what is riculture? girl shrugs her oulders. mariah and jason ugh finally, we e up in rshfiela ple syrup contest and tries tato pancakes at maple fall st... ke ei potato pancakes i ought idi ese a shot. u ow my grandfather used to make potato pancakes&msh;nev er put eese curds on them though. is is the truwconsin way do it right here. this isnna b
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re all about atourism this week. dont miss discover sconsin.discover wconsin airs sy at ten a-.. right here on fox 6. all anchorshatming up in the eik we asked u.s. cellular customers to show us all the beautiful places they get coverage with our strong signal. you posted from the seashore. you shared from your hike. you showed us this sunset. you posted from the farm. and you adventured way out there... a lot of amazing places. ?? u.s. cellular put towers where the other guys don't. and start sharing your moments
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ready to celebrate the holiday weekend -- law enforcement agencies are making sure everyone is doing so responsibly. how
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and -- good news for a fox that was in a bad situation. the baby is now on its road to recovery. we have the latest on his rescue. good morning and thanks for waking up with us. i'm derica williams.
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holiday weekend -- make sure you do so responsibly... or you may find yourself pulled over. 35 different law enforcement agencies are teaming up this weekend to keep impaired drivers off of the road. rachelle baillon has the details. near the busy roads they'll spend the weekend protecting, law enforcers line up for a friday evening roll call. they're kicking off the wisconsin o-w-i task force's labor day weekend effort. "it's the opening of college football this weekend the badger's game is on saturday afternoon. lots of home parties going on and we want to make sure that people either stay home or they drive home safely with some type of designated driver program." thirty five agencies team up for the task force. and lt. gary gabrish says they're very effective: since last october, not including regular patrols, the task force alone has made 230 operating while impaired arrests. "i
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of the owis that occur in our county just on our deployments." they'll be keeping a close eye on drivers this weekend, while some celebrate labor day as the unofficial end of summer. "i think people need to get that last drinking in the last large weekend before they go back to work." and while days like new year's, memorial day and saint patrick's day normally top the list for intoxicated driving, lt. gabrish says labor day still cracks into the top group. "i would say labor day is probably in the top five." rachelle baillon fox6 news. milwaukee... our city's murder rate -- surpassed chicago -- which also had a violent month of august. milwaukee's murder rate-- 4 homicides per 100-thousand people in our city -- compared to 3-point-3 per 100- thousand in chicago. when it comes to solving the city's most serious crimes... police have a successful clearance rate. flynn says it''s the crimes where the victims survive... that often go unsolved. fox6's madeline
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hours after milwaukee police chief ed flynn labeled august the deadliest month the city has seen in 25 years... officers were called out to three separate non-fatal shootings overnight. "although they are down compared to last year, they are still extraordinarily high." in one incident... mpd says the victim took himself to the hospital... but refused to be forthcoming with information... something the department sees over and over again. "its becoming a rational act for people to be afraid to cooperate with the police becaus survive have a very much vested interest in intimidating those who would truthfully testify." "absolutely, and talking with both youth and adults, one of the concerns is, we dont want to be seen as a snitch because we dont want to make ourselves and our families vulnerable to retaliation. " pastor darryl seay with liberty and truth ministries on fon du lac
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are affected by gun violence. " its very very disheartening. " with a record-high 24 homicides in august... seay says the key to taking the most violent criminals off the streets is to improve relations between law enforcement and the neighborhoods where these crimes occur. "police just coming into the neighborhood, talking with families, listening to their concerns and developing a real honest rapport with them. " in addition to catching the criminals... flynn said yesterday his department has taken more than 200 guns off the streets since madeline anderson fox6 news. as madeline mentioned... a shooting thursday night in milwaukee is an example of the difficulty solving non-fatal shooting crimes. a 35-year-old man showed up at a hospital with a gunshot wound -- but would not cooperate with police and tell officers where the shooting happened. meanwhile -- police are searching for suspects in a second non-fatal shooting. a 26-year-old man was shot near 20th and nash overnight
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injuries -- but is expected to survive. a third shooting happened near 86th and hampton. police say a 21-year-old man was shot after two people tried to rob him. the man is also expected to survive. two men have now been charged in connection with a fatal stabbing on milwaukee's lower east side. 32 year old shawn ostrom, a chef at the pfister hotel, was killed early monday morning, near pulaski street and arlington place. yesterday -- prosecutors charged greenfield with first degree reckleess homicide. 45 year old "imed chabbouh" is charged with aggravated battery. prosecutors say the stabbing came after a fight -- where the two suspects attacked the victim. five people are hurt following a crash yesterday afternoon near 55th and villard. we're told a stolen car was speeding when it crashed into two other vehicles. the driver of the stolen car fled the scene -- and police are still looking for him.
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a baby fox is recovering -- after a rat trap crushed his right paw. he's now on the road to recovery. here's fox 6's ashley sears with more on his rescue. a little red fox-- with a lot of curiosity-- sits inside his cage at the wisconsin humane society. nats: paper shuffling his energy--is a happy sight-- 06:01 it was horrid. fr who saw him hours and days earlier. 06:09 i wanted to do something so bad, but there wasnt anything we could do. barb lierman helped rescue the little guy-- after she saw him with his paw clamped in a rat trap-- she set up a safe trap--and caught the fox early friday morning. 08:04 we were just so happy, we hugged, we were relieved. it was ecstatic. they took the fox to the wisconsin humane society where wildlife
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37:29 its still a guarded prognosis of whether hell be able to use that paw effectively. diehl says several of the fox's bones were broken and soft tissue was damaged on his right paw. 47:16 this toe tip is fractured here the fox is being treated with antibiotics and pain medication. diehl says he is hopeful the months old fox can recover-- but it could be weeks before they know for sure. 40:36 we always try to have the best outcome for the animal, a live outcome. an outcome many will be watching-- than 10:44 we just did what we thought was right. ashley sears fox six news. look who's back-- backpack buddies! help fox 6 and feeding america eastern wisconsin make sure kids get enough to eat and are ready to learn. go to any sendiks food market to buy your backpack buddies -- now through tuesday. all the proceeds will be used to provide backpacks, filled with food to milwaukee -- area kids in
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restocked with food every friday throughout the school year. for more on becoming a backpack buddy -- go to fox6 now.com ahead on wakeup. doctor sarah axtell from lakeside natural medicine joins us with the natural way to achieve your best skin. the hefty price of the epi-pen has a lot of people wondering what they can do to keep prices down. contact six helps you get some answers. and julie is going over the edge for a good cause. hey julie! julie adlibs
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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. discrimination against any women is flat out wrong. girls: good call! feingold: i'm russ feingold
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cause-conscious thrill seekers will rappel over the edge of miller park to benefit special olympics wisconsin athletes. julie collins is live at the ballpark where supporters are going over the edge.
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all chat at hb craig koplien today: sunny. high: 76 tonight: clear. low: 60 lakefront, 53 inland sunday: sunny. high: 80 labor day: sunny. high: 84 tuesday: partly sunny, very warm and humid with a chance of t-storms. high: 88 wednesday: partly
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t-storms. high: 88 thursday: mostly cloudy, warm and humid with a good chance of t-storms.
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now that a new school year is underway -- were looking for a new class of fox 6 future forecaster. you have to be 6 to 12-years-old to enter. go to fox6now.com for details. we continue to follow breaking news -- an earthquake has rattled a swath of the great plains from nebraska to north texas. the united states geological survey said that a 5.6 magnitude earthquake happened at 7:02 a.m.
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may occur. a viewer in dousman called into our newsroom with reports that they felt the tremors there. people in kansas city, missouri; fayetteville, arkansas; and norman, oklahoma, all also reported feeling the earthquake. ahead on wakeup --- badgers fans will have some company as a little bit of louisiana has made its way to wisconsin. how they'e also helping those affected by flooding in the pelican state. the hefty price of the epi-pen has a lot of people wondering what they can do to keep prices some
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you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. here's a look at...! the hefty price of the epi-pen has a lot of people wondering what they can do to keep prices down. contact 6's katrina cravy chatted with consumer reports
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sticker shock. it's what a lot of people are experiencing after learning about a recent hike in the price of epi-pens. but there are options. lisa gill
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lisa answers kats questions thanks lisa. if you want more information about epipens from consumer reports -- just head to fox6now-dot-com and click on the contact 6 page.
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morning's top stories. police are searching for suspects in non-fatal shooting. a 26-year-old man was shot near 20th and nash overnight thursday. the victim suffered serious injuries -- but is expected to survive. milwaukee police are investigating another shooting. this one happened near 86th and hampton. police say a 21-year-old man was shot after two people tried to rob him. the man is also expected to survive.
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on milwaukee's lower east side. 32 year old shawn ostrom, a chef at the pfister hotel, was killed early monday morning, near pulaski street and arlington place. yesterday -- prosecutors charged 20 year old "hussain sami" of greenfield with first degree reckleess homicide. 45 year old "imed chabbouh" is charged with aggravated battery. prosecutors say the stabbing came after a fight -- where the two suspects attacked the victim. the f-b-i... releases its notes from the agency's interview with hillary clinton, regarding her use of a private email server. it also released its own report on the investigation. the bureau made the information public in response to numerous
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among the revelations -- clinton told investigators she could not recall any training on handling classified information -- and did not remember every detail of her transition out of the state department, citing her 2012 concussion. meanwhile -- republican presidential nominee donald trump is campaigning in philadelphia. he held a roundtable with business, religious and civic leaders in the african-american community. looking across america -- a police officer in new mexico is dead patrol. it happened yesterday in the town of alamogordo. authorities say two officers were in pursuit of 38-year-old joseph moreno when shots were fired. moreno was killed at the scene -- while alamogordo police officer clint corvinus died of gunshot wounds at an area hospital. it's unclear who shot first -- but police say moreno was armed. authorities also say moreno had a lengthy criminal history and had three warrants out for his
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four-and-a-half year veteran. a huge mistake in south texas forces prosecutors to dismiss 142 criminal cases. the harris country district attorney's office says evidence related to the cases, which were mostly drug related, was destroyed... more than a thousand cases are now under review. the alleged mix-up took place when a deputy and a more senior deputy, decided to clean out the property room. the deputy who cleaned out job -- and the senior officer he claims was responsible has retired. the d-a's office is now calling for an independent audit of the entire precinct. much of the east coast is either dealing with - or bracing for - a tropical storm. tropical storm hermine is now sitting over the carolinas. hermine was a hurricane when it first came ashore along north
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it's actually the first hurricane to hit florida in 11 years. the storm weakened to a tropical storm as it made it's way northeast... but it still brought strong winds... heavy rain... and a lot of damage to parts of georgia and the carolinas. "my house was kinda vibrating and we heard some sticks and stuff breaking some things hitting the roof. rumble like as they say a freight train and then it was done and it looks like a big mower just came through and mowed down the trees." impact coastal areas as far north as rhode island through labor day. badgers fans will have some company as a little bit of louisiana has made its way to wisconsin. while they're getting geared-up for the big game tonight -- they're also helping those affected by the recent flooding in the pelican state. fox6's justin williams with more details. woooo! all these people in purple and yellow,
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go tigers! whats geaux ... ing on? wooooo! yeah! with the university of wisconsin preparing to host lousiana state university, at historic lambeau field, saturday, friday, folks are focused on football, in downtown milwaukee. badger country has been taken over by lsu, here, in the pfister hotel, but we couldnt be more excited to host em. but, escorting the excitement are estimates indicating more than 500- thousand people are adversely impacted of the bayou state. so, ahead of the downs and distances, there is some deviation, towards donation. today, and tomorrow, 10-percent of food and beverage sales, here, at the lobby lounge, and in blu, will go back to the red cross louisiana flood relief fund. and the pfister is not alone, as the hilton milwaukee hotel will also donate 10-percent of its bar sales, during fridays outdoor beer garden party, to the fund. thank you. thank all of you, for doin' that. we really appreciate it. the fact that you guys are doin somethin, like this, here is ... its heart-warming. pat casey says, knowing where
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continue to consume. beer, wurt? warts? what do you call that stuff, here? -- whats that? -- the sausage. what do you call it? --bratwurst.-- rot-wurst. yeah, beer n wurst. right? what a way to help our brethren in the bayou, huh? the party continues, here at the milwaukee hilton hotel, until 9 p-m, tonight -- if you're interested in attending. if you miss it, you can still make your way to the pfister, tonight, and tomorrow. eat and drink up, southeastern wisconsin. at the 6 news. ahead on wakeup. doctor axtell from lakeside natural medicine joins us with tips to achieve healthy skin in a natural way. plus....
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becomes dangerously obsessed with the soon-to-be father. our hollywood insider gino salomone gets an inside look at "when the bough breaks." and julie is going over the edge for special olympics!
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a surrogate mom for a couple becomes dangerously obsessed with the soon-to-be father. our hollywood insider gino salomone gets an inside look at "when the bough breaks." are you sure you still wanna be a surrogate. yes. look at her
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to make sure you and anne are comfortable with it. were down to our last viable embryo. the baby is your business. mr. mitchell is gonna be taken in on charge of domestic battery. i dont have another place to stay. yes you do. what an amazing role. i bet you sai,d ill do this at any cost. yeah, totally, for the first audition they had me do 4 scenes so igot to show the range from the get-go and having something so and give myself to go all the way there. then i read the script and its so layered. the stakes are so high, theres the baby and you feel for the family and it was a dream role. is that the
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your mind? you need to be nicer to me. this is my baby, i will leave. youre kissing morris chestnut - that night, who do you call? my aunt christy. that was one of the first day. i was actually terrified. i wasnt chestnut. i was like, 'oh my good, nervous about kissing morris chestnut.' he was great and so respectful and just super professional .he was a safe space to do these intense scenes. youre gonna get more money and in the eyes of the law, since its inside of you, it belongs to us. when does it become a kidnapping? never. when she gives birth, its hers
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anything to hurt my child, ill kill her. when the bough breaks is in theaters this friday. you can catch gino salomone weekdays on fox six news at four. special olympics athletes challenge themselves everyday -- now their edge to benefit them. jullie collins joins us live from miller park for an event that's going
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forecast from fox6 meteorologist craig koplien today: sunny. high: 76 tonight: clear. low: 60 lakefront, 53 inland day: sunny. high: 84 tuesday: partly sunny, very warm and humid with a chance of t-storms. high: 88 wednesday: partly sunny, very warm and humid with a chance of t-storms. high: 88 thursday: mostly cloudy, warm and humid with a good chance of t-storms. high: 84 achieve your freshest face --
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t-storms. high: 84 achieve your freshest face -- without all the products. doctor sarah axtell -- with lakeside natural medicine -- joins us
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first... what is a naturopathic doctor? what is a naturopathic doctor
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watching the fox 6 wakeup news. we continue to follow breaking news -- this is footage out of oklahoma city... after an earthquake rattles a swath of the great plains. the united states geological survey said that the 5.6 magnitude earthquake happened around 7 this morning. we have reports out of dousman, baraboo and right in downtown feeling the tremors. nothing says labor day weekend like a huge american flag -- and hot dogs -- but we'll get to that in a minute. a company in scranton, pennsylvania, is looking to build the biggest american flag ever. north american manufacturing has been working on the flag for the last six months. when complete, it will be 40-and-a-half feet long by 90-and-a-half feet wide. workers still need to add a 13th and final stripe to the flag. they hope to have it flying next to the north scranton expressway later
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lift the flag up, as it weighs 400 pounds. you are looking at another world record in the making. nathan's famous says it made the longest line of hot dogs ever created. the line ended up stretching more than 950-feet in new york's grand central terminal. that's more than a-hundred feet longer than the previous record set in japan two years ago. it took more than 19-hundred hot dogs to set the new record. but after it became official, these hot dogs were available to nathan's fans for lunch.
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