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wakeup news. now at seven --- an earthquakae hits the central part of oklahoma -- and it's effects were felt right here in milwaukee. hear about one man's shaky awakening. music. one the heels of one of the most violent months in the city.. how a few local artists are trying to spread a positive message through song. good morning and thanks for waking up with us. i'm derica williams. and i'm rachael kaye. sunday and monday will stay mostly sunny as our temperatures and humidity steadily rise. highs will be in the upper 70s
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tuesday, dewpoints will be back in the low 70s, making it feel more oppressive to spend time outside. on top of that, our highs will be pushing the upper 80s. sunday: mostly sunny. high: 78 dewpoint: 61 wind: se 5-10 mph news from overnight -- one man is dead after a crash near 31st and wisconsin. it happened just before 11-o'clock last night. we're told a driver crashed into a pole -- two men were ejected from the vehicle.. a third remained inside. despite life-saving measures -- one victim died on scene.
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the investigation is ongoing. milwaukee police also investigating a serious motorcycle crash -- this one happening near 13th and fond du lac ave. we're told the motorcycle driver and passenger are seriously injured after crashing into the median. the two victims were both thrown from the motorcycle. it happened around 12-30 this morning. you may have felt it, but other people definitely did -- especially in oklahoma. a 5-point-6 magnitude ear oklahoma yesterday morning. the tremor was felt across the midwest -- including right here in milwaukee. fox6's jonathon gregg has the story. the brunt of a 5 point 6 earth quake was felt in north central oklahoma saturday powerful enough to damage building foundations, shake items off grocery store shelves and shake people awake. and apparently, enough power to send seismic waves 800 miles to milwaukee wisconsin. mark jolin,
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the head goes up and the foot goes up and it just started doing this.." was lying in bed at his downtown milwaukee apartment when he started to feel and see the shake. "the pendulum starting moving this morning and the bed was trembling and said this is strange." jolin says he's experienced an earthquake before just not in wisconsin. jolin was living in washington d.c. when a 5.8 earthquake shook central virginia. "it's way under the earth, and how fast it got here . that was the thing because like at 7:02 am and and this was 7:05 am" jolin says the tremor was faint but unmistakable. a seismic event he would have never expected to feel because it happened so many states away. "this is strange.." but look at what the uw milwaukee 's seismic station recorded and posted saturday a noticeable spike in activity. jonathon greg fox six news. a memorial service was held in brookfield for a green beret killed in
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was killed by a roadside bomb august 23rd while on patrol in southern afghanistan. hundreds of people paid their respects yesterday afternoon -- to a devoted husband and soldier. matthew thompson graduated high school from brookfield central in 2006. during the service a letter was read -- written by thompson's commanding officer in afghanistan. prior to the start of yesterday's service we spoke with an attending member of lutheran church ministries. the world. i had a cousin who was special forces and it takes a unique type of person to do all of that." thompson's father mark.. also spoke during the memorial service, describing his son as a gift from god...telling those in attendance, matt lived life by two motto's "live for the greater good of god" and live by the green beret's motto of "free the oppressed."
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a well- known chef on the city's lower east side make their first court appearance. 20-year-old hussain sami and 45-year-old imed chabbouh were charged in connection to the stabbing death of 30-year-old shawn ostrom. prosecutors say the two got into a fight with ostrom near arlington and pulaski early monday morning. investigators say sami pulled out a knife. he faces a charge of first degree reckless homicide while chabbouh faces a battery charge. bringing peace with music. on the heels of one of the most milwaukee... one group comes together to promote positivity. several hip-hop artists performed at the victory temple church yesterday. they want to use music as a way to change attitudes in milwaukee. they are hoping young people listen. "we got to teach them while theyre young, they can live right." "they need somebody to grab them and say 'man, you can still be something." pastor dickens says he's preached at 10 funerals this year--for victims of violence--all under 30 years
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up. could your doggie be depressed? the signs to look for. julie is getting ready for the ultimate sunday funday bbq! hey julie
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backpack buddies is back! 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 -- be restocked with food every friday throughout the school year. for more on becoming a backpack buddy -- go to fox6 now.com you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. sunday and monday will stay mostly sunny as our temperatures and humidity steadily rise. highs will be in the upper 70s tomorrow and back into the 80s by monday. by tuesday, dewpoints will be back in the low 70s, making it feel more oppressive to spend time outside. on top of that, our highs will be pushing the upper 80s. sunday: mostly sunny.
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dewpoint: 61 wind: se 5-10 mph nothing says labor day weekend quite like barbeque. julie collins joins us live from dickey's bbq where they're getting ready
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chat at hb sunday and monday will stay mostly sunny as our temperatures and humidity steadily rise. highs will be in the upper 70s tomorrow and back into the 80s by monday. by tuesday, dewpoints will be back in the low 70s, making it feel more oppressive to spend time outside. on top of that, our highs will be pushing the upper 80s. although we have a slight chance of storms tuesday, the best chance of rain returns wednesday, and continues through the end of the week. sunday: mostly sunny. high: 78 dewpoint: 61 wind: se 5-10 mph
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slight chance for an isolated pm t-storm. am low: 61 high: 84 dewpoint: 65 wind: s 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny, warm and humid with a chance of t-storms. am low: 69 high: 89 dewpoint: 72 wind: sw 10-20 mph wednesday: mostly cloudy, warm and humid with scattered t-storms likely. am low: 70 high: 88 dewpoint: 72 wind: sw 5-10 mph thursday: mostly cloudy, warm and humid with a chance of t-storms. am low: 69 high: 82 dewpoint: 66 wind: sw 5-10 mph friday: partly sunny, warm and humid with a chance of t-storms. am
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dewpoint: 60 wind: s 5-15 mph 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. college game in 33 years.. none had the magnitude of the college classic..wisconsin versus 5th ranked lsu. paul chyrst's inspired underdog badgers, in control self destruciting..rallying for one of the biggest upsets in program history! defensive coordinator justin wilcox took over for dave aranada when the latter went to lsu.
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dominates. holding all american leonard fournette to 35 yards...lsu 62 yards of offense corey clement td 13-0. tre' davious white--2nd pick of bart houston-the senior qb starting for the first time. a 21 yard pick 6...13-7 for aranda's unit. george rushing. tray' doral finds the end zone. 14 points in 67 seconds; 14-13 tigers. rahael gaglianone 3rd field
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harris. a win for the ages..a foundation piece for coach chryst and company. the other shocker came on nfl cutdown day in green bay. the packers stun everybody by day in green bay. the packers releasing 3 time pro bowl guard josh sitton. gm ted thompson making what he called the best move for the team and the offensive line. the bombshell comes as part of the effort to get the roster down to 53 players by today's deadline. sitton is 30 years old and has somewhat of an injury history. the move does clear 6 point 3 million dollars off the team's salary cap. so sitton is out and center corey linsely goes on the physically unable to perform list; meaning j.c. tretter mans that post instead of moving to left guard. linebacker sam barrington also released. among others, linebacker carl bradford and long snapper rick lovato. 6 rookie free agents make the team. quarterback joe callahan-the rookie
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running back brandon burks, safeties kentrell brice and milwaukee native marwin evans, plus cornerbacks josh hawkins and makinton dorleant. by the way, the vikings gave up a first round draft pick for eagles qb
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time to find out who is turning six. we're wishing juriah in milwaukee a happy sixth birthday!she likes reading, dancing and helping out around the house. look who's six in jackson! allison likes playing tennis, sleepovers at to be an astronaut when she grows up. here's a nice birthday smile from khamani kuh-mah-nee in milwaukee!he likes playing basketball, video games and spending time with his brothers. it's time for derek in pleasant prairie to celebrate! he likes swimming, riding his bike and playing outside with his sister. there's six candles on johlanna's cake in milwaukee!she likes playing soccer, camping and watching movies. we're cheering for ju'elz jewels in milwaukee!he likes
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with his friends. 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 ...!
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day afternoons' and sometimes go into a grand funk? and if they are, how can you tell? renowned veterinarian dr. jeff werber says it's possible for dogs to experience actual depression -- especially if they're use to having you or your kids around all of the time, and that routine changes. werber says dogs experience lss when they do, they can act out -- so be proactive in watching for the signs...and if changes in attention or routines don't help...maybe medications or behavior specialists can.
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fox six is pleased to announce a broadcasting carriage and re- transmission agreement has been reached between our parent company, tribune broadcasting.. and dish network. the agreement covers 42 local television stations in 33 markets, including right here at fox six. the agreement restores dish carriage of fox six-- and tribune's cable network, wgn america. fox six wants to thank our vi support as this deal was worked out. fox six is expected to again be available to
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now at 7:30 --- tropical storm hermine is slowly churning its way up the u-s eastern seaboard. the damage its already caused and what lies ahead. and --- a break in a missing persons case that's 27-year-old. the unlikely person that pointed investigators to a
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mostly sunny as our temperatures and humidity steadily rise. highs will be in the upper 70s tomorrow and back into the 80s by monday. by tuesday, dewpoints will be back in the low 70s, making it feel more oppressive to spend time outside. on top of that, our highs will be pushing the upper 80s. sunday: mostly sunny. high: 78 dewpoint: 61 wind: se 5-10 mph dewpoint: 61 wind: se 5-10 mph tropical storm hermine is slowly churning its way up the u-s eastern seaboard... and wrecking labor day weekend plans for millions. the storm drenched the carolinas friday and early yesterday -- knocking down trees and triggering power
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panhandle as a category 1 hurricane friday and was then downgraded. the powerful storm's outer bands may have killed at least one person in ocala. hermine is expected to become a hurricane again today as it moves out into the atlantic ocean... pushing heavy rains and potential flooding into the northeast. the storm showed it's muscle in one family's front yard. "first i heard a lot of wind and when i noticed an umbrella was about to take off, i didn't even go out there, but i saw my grill get pushed across the porch and then i saw my trampoline go over the needed to shut that door. " the national hurricane center warns of "life-threatening inundation" between the north carolina/virginia border and bridgeport, connecticut. from tropical storms like hermine... to raging fires... to flooding -- the american red cross continues to respond immediately to disasters.
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responded to 81 disasters, financially supporting more than 460 people. and as of friday -- as many as 1,500 people were seeking refuge in 13 red cross and community shelters after historic flooding in louisiana. for people who want to help, there is a way to do that. go to our website fox 6 now dot com and you will find links to volunteer or donate money. looking around the world -- the u-s and china have signed on to the paris agreement on climate change. formal ratification yesterday -- as he is in china for his last g-20 meeting as president. the u-s and china both submitted their plans to reduce carbon emissions to u-n chief-- ban ki moon. the summit is one of president obama's last opportunities to shape american foreign policy. officials in the philippines searching for four people of interested after at least 14 people were killed in an explosion. police confirm an i-e-d was used
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they say it was built from mortar rounds which means extremist groups could be implicated. the philippines national police chief says their investigation is pointing towards a rebel group a a-k-p. police are looking for two men and two women. investigators say they've found the body of a boy who went missing 27- years ago. 11-year-old jacob wetterling was abducted in saint joseph, minnesota, in 19-89. sources say a suspect in his disappearace remains. as kate raddatz reports, the abduction changed a lot in his hometown. -- and the nation. parents stopping by the st. joe meat market remembered a time when kids used to play outside until the late hours. jeff kremers, parent : "we went everywhere we just knew you had to be home for dinner and bedtime u could roam anywhere."but on october 22, 1989--that all
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wetterling's disappearance rocked st. joseph and took over national headlines. it changed parenting forever. sandy stocker, former resident : "life changed after that very much."sandy stocker used to live in jacob's neighborhood. she says her two children were playing outside that night and saw jacob and his friends after they left on their fateful trip the convenience store. sandy stocker, former resident : "they had to stay in the house and we went with them whenever they went to the playgrounds or to their friends and made sure that's where they were." resident : "just everything we took for granted riding their bikes to the park or going to a park reserve."annie rogers was living in plymouth with her two children when jacob went missing. she says it didn't matter where you lived. annie sparrow rogers, former resident : "i think it just touched america in a way that it's not such a safe place anymore we have to be vigilant."with jacob's remains found, could we ever go back to that time of innocence. annie sparrow rogers, former resident : "i think it's changed forever we, i do." jeff kremers, parent : "no it's
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federal law that requires states to maintain sex offender registries. investigators are not saying yet if anyone has been charged. and there's still no official word on who the suspect is. "i've emphasized to my personnel we're professionals. we react in a reasonable manner. we react lawfully and that's what happened in this case. with the deadly force was no longer present. the sheriff's office personnel respoonded appropriately and now he will be held accountable for what he two officers with the fresno county sheriff's department were shot yesterday morning at the county jail. they were responding to an active shooter in the main lobby when they were wounded. the officers -- a male and a female -- were taken to the hospital for treatment. their conditions are not known. it's not clear what prompted the shooting -- but one suspect is in custody. in new jersey -- a manhunt is underway after a shooting that left one officer in critical
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morning in atlantic city. police say two patrol officers stopped a group of men near the caesars casino - and the men opened fire on the cops. officials are now searching for the five suspects who fled the scene. a 20-thousand-dollar reward is offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the suspects. in nebraska... people gathered to celebrate the life of a two-year-old boy killed earlier this year. the celebration took place at the elkhorn south high school's football field yesterday. lane graves died dragged him into a lagoon at a florida disney world resort in june. family and friends released five thousand balloons in his honor. yesterday would have been his third birthday. his parents have set up a foundation in his memory. if you think antibacterial soap is better than regular soap -- you may want to think again. the f-d-a has issued a final rule that throws water on those claims. "we have no scientific evidence that they are any better than
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written statement. the new rule also bans antibacterial soaps and body washes that contain certain active ingredients from being marketed . the banned ingredients were not proven to be safe and effective for long-term daily use. stumbling across a box full of historical treasures. ahead on wakeup --- what one man found in a junkyard that will have every history buff, jealous. plus... 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." julie is live at the ultimate sunday funday labor day weekend celebration!
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wakeup news. sunday and monday will stay mostly sunny as our temperatures and humidity steadily rise. highs will be in the upper 70s tomorrow and back into the 80s by monday. by
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feel more oppressive to spend time outside. on top of that, our highs will be pushing the upper 80s. sunday: mostly sunny. high: 78 dewpoint: 61 wind: se 5-10 mph what better way to celebrate the long weekend than at the lakefront.... maybe some barbecue? jullie collins is doing it right this morning -- she joins us live from henry maier festival park preparing for tonight's "big gig bbq."
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sunday and monday will stay mostly sunny as our temperatures and humidity steadily rise. highs will be in the upper 70s
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tuesday, dewpoints will be back in the low 70s, making it feel more oppressive to spend time outside. on top of that, our highs will be pushing the upper 80s. although we have a slight chance of storms tuesday, the best chance of rain returns wednesday, and continues through the end of the week. sunday: mostly sunny. high: 78 dewpoint: 61 wind: se 5-10 mph monday: partly cloudy with the slight chance for an isolated pm t-storm. am low: 61 high: 84 dewpoint: 65 wi humid with a chance of t-storms. am low: 69 high: 89 dewpoint: 72 wind: sw 10-20 mph wednesday: mostly cloudy, warm and humid with scattered t-storms likely. am low: 70 high: 88 dewpoint: 72 wind: sw 5-10 mph thursday: mostly cloudy, warm and humid with a chance of t-storms. am low: 69 high: 82 dewpoint: 66 wind: sw 5-10 mph friday: partly sunny, warm and humid with a chance of t-storms.
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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 a first look at "when the bough breaks." we tried for a long time to get pregnant and it put the two of
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sure you still wanna be a surrogate? yes. look at her eyes, she means it. if we do this, we wanna make sure you and anne are comfortable doing it. were down to our last viable embryo. the baby is your business. she took a home test - im gonna be a father. when you heard about this, ive gotta do it. they called me to say regina was involved and i said, oh, i like her taste and like her as an actress. i respond to that. mr. charged with domestic battery. i dont have a place to stay...yes you do. lets talk about the other couple. that i didnt approve of? you called me to say, 'i like her.' you did...or did i say, 'shes cool.' wed like you to take some time
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were making. well get you a car. are you serious? yes, we feel comfortable knowing youre here. its the least we can do. let us do something nice for you. would you like to play those? those roles are fun to play and id love to play something like that. sometimes i shy away from those. the impression thats left for viewers is so strong. thats our baby, she cant leave. when does it become a kidnapping? never, when she gives birth its her child until she relinquishes that right. youre gonna get more money. shes dangerous,
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what you have to do to bring my baby back. when the bough breaks is in theaters this friday. you can catch gino salomone weekdays on fox six news at four. ahead on wakeup at eight --- our pet of the week is here. we'll meet joker the five month old kitten. also at 8... even though seat belts became the standard equipment fifty years ago.. some buckle up. contact 6 explains why that poses a threat to everyone in the car. and after the break a denver man makes an incredible discovery... as he was looking through a junkyard. why he's now trying to
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wakeup news. here's a live look outside today it's
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rare collection of world war two items. it happened as he was looking through a junk yard. when gordon dornan says he spotted a cardboard box inside an old clunker. inside was a treasure of world war two collector items -- including a folded american flag, metals -- and even two books about european theater. gordon dornan says he's now trying to find the owner of the items. "somebody was a war hero and fought for our country... and now i got my hands on it... me, personally... i'd like o hard to say how i ended up with this stuff, here. it's very rare you come across something this old that has to do with history." cornan says some of the items look like they might belong to someone in massachusetts.
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or te you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. now at eight --- an earthquakae hits the central part of oklahoma -- and it's effects were felt right here in milwaukee. hear about one man's shaky awakening.
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one the heels of one of the most violent months in the city.. how a few local artists are trying to spread a positive message through song. good morning and thanks for waking up with us. i'm derica williams. and i'm stephanie barichello. sunday and monday will stay mostly sunny as our temperatures and humidity steadily rise. highs will be in the upper 70s tomor into the 80s by monday. by tuesday, dewpoints will be back in the low 70s, making it feel more oppressive to spend time outside. on top of that, our highs will be pushing the upper 80s. sunday: mostly sunny. high: 78
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news from overnight -- one man is dead after a crash near 31st and wisconsin. it happened just before 11-o'clock last night. we're told a driver crashed into a pole -- two men were ejected from the vehicle.. a third remained inside. despite life-saving measures -- one victim died on scene. the other two are being treated investigation is ongoing. milwaukee police also investigating a serious motorcycle crash -- this one happening near 13th and fond du lac ave. we're told the motorcycle driver and passenger are seriously injured after crashing into the median. the two victims were both thrown from the motorcycle. it happened around 12-30 this morning. did you feel it? a lot of people in the midwest were jolted awake yesterday morning -- after a 5-
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the u-s geological survey says the quake hit around 7-02. officials say so far -- no one has been hurt or killed. there have been reports of feeling the vibrations all over the midwest, including right here in southeast wisconsin. one man who lives near downtown milwaukee says it was quite the surprise. "i was just lying in bed and thinking bout time to get up and then nat...then as i said, i thought it was the mechanics of the bed because the head goes up, the foot goes, up, but no, then the pendulum swinging and ohhhh..." mark jolin says he felt the shock waves about 7-05 yesterday morning-- which means it only took three minutes to travel from oklahoma to milwaukee. a memorial service was held in brookfield for a green beret killed in afghanistan last month. army staff sgt. matthew thompson was killed by a roadside bomb august 23rd while on patrol in
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respects yesterday afternoon -- to a devoted husband and soldier. matthew thompson graduated high school from brookfield central in 2006. during the service a letter was read -- written by thompson's commanding officer in afghanistan. prior to the start of yesterday's service we spoke with an attending member of lutheran church ministries. "i give them all the credit in the world. i had a cousin who was special forces and it takes a unique type of person to do all of that." spoke during the memorial service, describing his son as a gift from god...telling those in attendance, matt lived life by two motto's "live for the greater good of god" and live by the green beret's motto of "free the oppressed." it has been a particularly deadly weekend.. due to suspected drug overdoses. the milwaukee county medical examiner's office says it is right now investigating 8 deaths in milwaukee, all likely caused by drug
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in just the last 48 hours. the two men accused of stabbing a well- known chef on the city's lower east make their first court appearance. 20-year-old hussain sami and 45-year-old imed chabbouh were charged in connection to the stabbing death of 30-year-old shawn ostrom. prosecutors say the two got into a fight with ostrom near arlington and pulaski early monday morning. investigators say sami pulled out a knife. he faces a charge of first degree faces a battery charge. on the heels of a very violent month-- some musicians are spreading a message of peace through their music. the group held a rally at the victory temple chuch on milwaukee's north side. fox 6's ashley sears has their story. nats: rapping bringing peace through music. at hampton and 39th street-- nats these hip-hop artists are hoping their songs heal a community. 53:48 we need it now more than
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in their lyrics-- artists like daytona rhodes--are trying to connect the young people in the crowd. 53:06 its time to love again. it's time to give it all to christ. rhodes life was changed by violence. his cousin was killed in 2011. it inspired him to start--"peace in the streets." nats saturday, he performs what he calls "holy hip-hop" at the victory temple church. positive role models to our next generation. the event comes on the heels of a very violent august. 24 people were killed in milwaukee--the highest monthly total in 25 years. 01:38 through peace, you actually can achieve more than through anger and violence. pastor mario dickens has seen the violence up close-- 59:00 in 2002, i was shot 12 times. my neck, my back, my stomach, everywhere. since then, dickens
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everyone. 00:56 the more positive of a message we can spread, we can lessen that death toll. a call for change-- coming from music-- at a time it is needed the most. nats: rapping ashley sears fox six news. pure joy! tim van vooren's covered some wonderful "packers" victories at lambeau. but yesterday -- he took in a badgers win for the ages.
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ahead on wakeup --- even though seat belts became the standard equipment fifty years ago.. some people still decide not to buckle up. contact 6 explains why that poses a threat to everyone in the car. and julie is kicking off the ultimate sunday funday at henry maier festival park.
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backpack buddies is back! help
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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 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 wakeup news. sunday and monday will stay mostly sunny as our temperatures and humidity steadily rise. highs will be in the upper 70s tomorrow and back into the 80s by monday. by tuesday, dewpoints will be back in the low 70s, making it feel more oppressive to spend time outside. on top of that, our
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high: 78 dewpoint: 61 wind: se 5-10 mph enjoy the last taste of summer down at the lakefront tonight.. julie collins joins us live from the preparations for the ultimate sunday funday bbq.
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sunday and monday will stay mostly sunny as our temperatures and humidity steadily rise. highs will be in the upper 70s tomorrow and back into the 80s by monday. by tuesday, dewpoints will be back in the low 70s, making it feel more oppressive to spend of that, our highs will be pushing the upper 80s. although we have a slight chance of storms tuesday, the best chance of rain returns wednesday, and continues through the end of the week. sunday: mostly sunny. high: 78 dewpoint: 61 wind: se 5-10 mph monday: partly cloudy with the slight chance for an isolated pm t-storm. am low: 61 high: 84 dewpoint: 65 wind: s 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny, warm and humid with a chance of t-storms.
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mph wednesday: mostly cloudy, warm and humid with scattered t-storms likely. am low: 70 high: 88 dewpoint: 72 wind: sw 5-10 mph thursday: mostly cloudy, warm and humid with a chance of t-storms. am low: 69 high: 82 dewpoint: 66 wind: sw 5-10 mph friday: partly sunny, warm and humid with a chance of t-storms. am
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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 enter. go to fox6now.com for details. sara mcguire from the milwaukee campus joins us with joker the 5-month- about the upcoming brewers give back game. people interested in adopting can call 414 animals or go to
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wakeup news. here's a look at...! seat belts have saved 3-hundred thousand lives since they became standard equipment fifty years ago. but still 25 million people dont buckle up, especially in the back seat. in this morning's
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explains why thats a danger to everyone in the car. 19 year-old tyler elzey and his best friend harrison were going for just a short ride. they were in the back-seat -- no seat belts on -- - when the driver lost control and crashed. all were killed. it is a scene that is difficult for his mother to relive. 'tyler and harrison basically became projectiles, their heads hit each other. he suffered multiple skull fractures. n seat belt can make you a lethal weapon.' its estimated a quarter to a third of passengers in the back seat dont buckle up with young people being the worst offenders. thats many more than dont buckle up in front. 'people may think its ok to be unbelted in the back seat or skip the belt altogether if its just a short trip. well thats just wrong.' most fatal car crashes occur within 25 miles of home. and being unbuckled in the back seat increases your risk of
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have your seat belt on according to the governors highway safety association. and unbuckled passengers in the back seat also can pose a danger to people buckled-up in the front. 'unbelted passengers in the back can be flung forward in a crash with such tremendous force that they can injure or even kill the people in the front.' suzanne started a website called cruisesafe.org to educate kids not to do what tyler and his friends did routinely - skip the seat belts. 'these 4 kids, who were all from high school and in an instant they were all gone.' its not only lives seat belts can save. its estimated that medical costs and lost productivity due to accidents involving the failure to use seat belts has so far cost the u.s. about 10 billion dollars. fox six is pleased to announce a broadcasting carriage and re- transmission agreement has been reached between our parent company, tribune broadcasting.. and dish
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television stations in 33 markets, including right here at fox six. the agreement restores dish carriage of fox six-- and tribune's cable network, wgn america. fox six wants to thank our viewers for their patience and support as this deal was worked out. fox six is expected to again be available to
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morning's top stories. one man
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and wisconsin. it happened just before 11-o'clock last night. we're told a driver crashed into a pole -- two men were ejected from the vehicle.. a third remained inside. despite life-saving measures -- one victim died on scene. the other two are being treated for very serious injuries. the investigation is ongoing. milwaukee police also investigating a serious motorcycle crash -- this one happening near 13th and fond du lac ave. we're told the motorcycle driver and passenger are seriously injured the two victims were both thrown from the motorcycle. it happened around 12-30 this morning. the two men accused of stabbing a well- known chef on the city's lower east side make their first court appearance. 20-year-old hussain sami and 45-year-old imed chabbouh were charged in connection to the stabbing death of 30-year-old shawn ostrom. prosecutors say the two got into a fight with ostrom near arlington and pulaski early monday morning.
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he faces a charge of first degree reckless homicide while chabbouh faces a battery charge. sunday and monday will stay mostly sunny as our temperatures and humidity steadily rise. highs will be in the upper 70s tomorrow and back into the 80s by monday. by tuesday, dewpoints will be back in the low 70s, making it feel more oppressive to spend time outside. on top of that, our highs will be pushing the upper 80s.
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millions are being forced to change their labor day weekend plans as a potentially dangerous storm slowly churns its way north along the eastern coast. this as florida still recovers from the damage hermine left in her wake. mary moloney has the latest. downed trees... nats of chainsaw damaged roads.... nats of truck backing up and flooded homes homeowner we had to empty two toy bins and a garbage can in the kitchen probobly 7. 8 probaby had about three inches of water on the floor because we couldn't do it fast enough.much of florida's panhandle continues to recover from the destruction hurricane hermine left behind. gov rick scot/ r florida "more than 300,000 floridians experienced power loss butted to so the top concern of residents i've met with is regaining power to their homes and businesses so they can begin the recovery process."and
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yet. nats waves rough seas, high winds, and strong storm surge threaten the coastline from south carolina to as far north as connecticut. some computer models show the storm could stall offshore, gain strength, then slam back into the eastern seaboard. dr. rick knabb, meteorologist & director, national hurricane center not only will the immediate coastline be a dangerous place in the middle atlantic and the northeast this weekend but some distance inland because of the size of this system. thousands of homes in the carolinas have already lost power. further north city officials are taking every precaution. mayor i blasio/ d new york we can say thousands of homes in the carolinas have already lost power. further north city officials are taking every precaution. mayor bill de blasio/ d new york we can say we learned some very painful and powerful lessons from sandy. we've made a number of changes to the way we prepare for this situation.the mayor of new york says no swimming will be allowed at the beaches sunday. and in new jersey... atlantic city officials canceled two outdoor concerts. mary moloney reporting. from tropical storms like hermine... to raging fires... to flooding -- the american red cross continues
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disasters. just in the month of august in wisconsin alone -- the organization responded to 81 disasters, financially supporting more than 460 people. and as of friday -- as many as 1,500 people were seeking refuge in 13 red cross and community shelters after historic flooding in louisiana. for people who want to help, there is a way to do that. go to our website fox 6 now dot com and you will find links to volunteer or donate money. u-s and china have signed on to the paris agreement on climate change. president obama announced the formal ratification yesterday -- as he is in china for his last g-20 meeting as president. the u-s and china both submitted their plans to reduce carbon emissions to u-n chief-- ban ki moon. the summit is one of president obama's last opportunities to shape american foreign policy. officials in the philippines searching for four people of interested
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killed in an explosion. police confirm an i-e-d was used in friday's blast . they say it was built from mortar rounds which means extremist groups could be implicated. the philippines national police chief says their investigation is pointing towards a rebel group a a-k-p. police are looking for two men and two women. "i've emphasized to my personnel we're professionals. we react in a reasonable manner. we react lawfully and that's what happened in this case. with the deadly force was no longer present. the respoonded appropriately and now he will be held accountable for what he did." two officers with the fresno county sheriff's department were shot yesterday morning at the county jail. they were responding to an active shooter in the main lobby when they were wounded. the officers -- a male and a female -- were taken to the hospital for treatment. their conditions are not known.
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in custody. in new jersey -- a manhunt is underway after a shooting that left one officer in critical condition and one suspect dead. it happened early yesterday morning in atlantic city. police say two patrol officers stopped a group of men near the caesars casino - and the men opened fire on the cops. officials are now searching for the five suspects who fled the scene. a 20-thousand-dollar reward is offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the suspects. investigating a bizarre car accident. it all began with two young children allegedly starting their parents' car and driving it, in an attempt to visit their grandmother. lindsay cohen has the story. it wasn't 'over the river and through the woods' but two kids in federal way were so set on getting to grandma's house they took a car and crashed it... according to police. fred axberg/neighbor "i heard a heck of a crash"
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we really don't know" neighbors ran to see what the commotion was at 317-th place and 21-st avenue southwest... finding two banged-up cars... but only one adult behind the wheel. annemarie warren/neighbor "i hold the kids both in their hands and i said, 'where's your mom?' 'sleeping. i want to go to my grandma's house." the kids, police say, are just three and five years old... and managed to start the s-u-v, get it out of their driveway the nearby intersection... t-boning the driver of this volvo sedan. tonight there's still debris in the road... and the car at the house where the kids live. they weren't home when we stopped by... neighbors meantime tell us they're just glad it wasn't worse. fred axberg/neighbor "my reaction was, thankfully they're okay and for sure they had an angel." the driver of the other car had just minor cuts and bruises -- and the
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no word yet if the parents will face charges. if you think antibacterial soap is better than regular soap -- you may want to think again. the f-d-a has issued a final rule that throws water on those claims. "we have no scientific evidence that they are any better than plain soap," the f-d-a said in a written statement. the new rule also bans antibacterial soaps and body washes that contain certain active ingredients from being marketed . the banned ingredients were not prov be safe and effective for long-term daily use. burning the worries away! no it's not a new work our routine- still ahead-- the decades old tradition that helps people let go of their troubles. from sister to mother.. and now saint! mother teresa joins the ranks of catholic saints.. why there is some controversy surrounding her sainthood. plus and julie is getting one last taste of summer...
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you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. sunday and monday will stay mostly sunny as our temperatures and humidity steadily rise. highs will be in the upper 70s tomorrow and back into the 80s by monday. by tuesday, dewpoints will be back in the low 70s, making it
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time outside. on top of that, our highs will be pushing the upper 80s. sunday: mostly sunny. high: 78 dewpoint: 61 wind: se 5-10 mph high: 78 dewpoint: 61 wind: se -1 mother teresa joins the ranks of other catholic saints. pope francis held her canonization mass at the vatican this morning. hundreds of thousands of people from around the world gathered in saint peter's square for the mass. mother teresa was known as "the saint of the gutters." catholics around the world revered her compassion for the poorest of the poor. the late mother teresa received the nobel peace prize for her work in 19- 79. she died in 1997, at the age of 87.
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people who knew her personally. mother teresa's ascension to sainthood is rooted in a modest village in eastern india monica besra says there was a miracle here - 18 years ago "you believe really that you're here today because of a true miracle?" "i have been cured by mother teresa's blessings, not because of doctors treatments." monica besra, cured by mother teresa : "i saw a spark of light emerge from tumour."later a pendant given to her by one of mother teresa's missionaires was placed on that tumor. monica besra, cured by mother teresa :"the sister left locket on my stomach where i had the tumour and tied a black thread there and put me to sleep.when i woke up at 5 am, i saw there was a photograph of mother teresa behind me. i told sister that the big
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longer there. then i showed everyone where the tumour was and the locket." the majority of people here are hindu but after she was cured monica converted there are now about ten families in the village who are catholic they even built a church in mother teresas name. to the catholic church - she is a saint. in part because of besra's miracle... one of two needed to fulfill the church's requirements for canonization. nat mothe canonization is more veneration for a woman whose deeds, never measured up to the size of her global reputation. some have made allegations about poor hygienic conditions at facilities run by her charity- a spokesperson for her organization, the missionaries of charity, rejected the claims, calling them "rubish." dr. chatterjee, is one of her most vocal critics. he doesn't believe there was a miracle: he credits doctors who had previously treated besra.
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cyst caused by tuberculosis. dr chatterjee, mother teresa critic "even in india hardly anyone believes the miracles to be genuine, the doctors made statements to the effect there was no miracle."but mother teresa remains revered - the world over. catholic sainthood will further cement her legacy of doing good - among admirers. among believers. monica besra, cured by mother teresa : mother teresa is my god."to them, monica besra - is living proof . alexandra field, west bengal, cnn quite like barbeque. julie collins joins us live from the lakefront where she's julie collins joins us live from
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sunday and monday will stay mostly sunny as our temperatures and humidity steadily rise. highs will be in the upper 70s tomorrow and back into the 80s by monday. by back in the low 70s, making it feel more oppressive to spend time outside. on top of that, our highs will be pushing the upper 80s. although we have a slight chance of storms tuesday, the best chance of rain returns wednesday, and continues through the end of the week. sunday: mostly sunny. high: 78 dewpoint: 61 wind: se 5-10 mph
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slight chance for an isolated pm t-storm. am low: 61 high: 84 dewpoint: 65 wind: s 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny, warm and humid with a chance of t-storms. am low: 69 high: 89 dewpoint: 72 wind: sw 10-20 mph wednesday: mostly cloudy, warm and humid with scattered t-storms likely. am low: 70 high: 88 thursday: mostly cloudy, warm and humid with a chance of t-storms. am low: 69 high: 82 dewpoint: 66 wind: sw 5-10 mph friday: partly sunny, warm and humid with a chance of t-storms. am low: 60 high: 78
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-- that's what one group did this summer with an american flag.
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wisconsin yesterday. the nation of patriots say they do this every year to honor and support members of the u-s armed forces. a group they say deserves a lot more attention. "these guys, these men and women, they go overseas and they put their lives on the line if we as americans aren't here to support then when they're getting home. its not a government's job it should be an american job its out responsibility to take care of these men and women and if they come home and no one there is there to say thank you or to appreciate or support them then what the hell every year the group raises money for wounded veterans and their families -- over the last seven years they've given them about a half million dollars. burning worries away... thousands gather in new mexcio for a fresh start. how long this tradition has been going
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to burn their worries away. it's all part of the 92nd annual burning of zozobra festival in
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down their troubles on a single piece of paper and then watch it go up in flames inside a giant paper mache man - known as old man gloom. the event is usually always held the weekend before labor day. this year, the fifty foot tall marionette is rocking a fedora hat and a double- breasted suit. his wardrobe is part of this year's 19-40's theme -- which even has volunteers dressing up in sailor suits. thanks for joining us. the next wakeup is tomorrow morning
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i'm chris wallace. donald trump reaches out to black voters as polls suggest hillary clinton's lead is narrowing. >> i fully understand that the african-american community has suffered from discrimination, that must still be made right. >> today, a debate between dr. ben carson a trump adviser and congressman gregory meeks, a top clinton adviser on who has better ideas to help minorities. then, the other woman on the presidential ballot. >> jill stein! >> dr. jill stein on her strategy for november.

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