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restraining order is necessary to preserve the status quo. i dont want any disturbances by people who think that this has gone on too long and they can start protesting to settle a dispute between the county sheriff and the county executive. what the decision means for families looking to celebrate the labor day holiday in sherman park. also this morning... big cuts coming to the packers ahead of next week's season opener. details on who's on the chopping block. good morning and thanks for starting your day with wakeup. lets go straight to our fox6 weather expert rob haswell in the weather office. partly sunny today with a southerly breeze helping to
it into the low to mid 80s and dewpoints will climb into the upper 60s. overnight, we stay mild with lows in the low 70s with a few more clouds. we get to near 90 on tuesday with a chance for showers and thunderstorms during the day and a better chance in the evening and overnight. more storms likely wednesday and into early thursday before we settle down again late week. today: partly sunny, breezy, warm and humid. high: 84 dewpoint: 68 wind: s 10-20 mph tonight: partly cloudy. low: 72 dewpoint: 70 wind: sw 5-10 mph overnight. a possible homicide suspect taken into custody after leading police on a chase. and that chase ended with the truck almost hitting a home. police say this started at 12- 15...when officers spotted a truck wanted in connection with a homicide. the driver took off... and ended up crashing into a car near 15th and capitol -- the truck ending up right next a house.the driver -- believed to be a homicide suspect - ran away from the crash...but police found the
arrested. a 23-year-old woman who was a passenger in the truck was also taken into custody. the man in the other car was taken to the hospital for his injuries. police continue to investigate. three people are detained in connection to a possible shooting overnight. police say a man was shot in the knee near 95th and brown deer road after he got in a fight. he was taken back to his house on heather avenue...where milwaukee fire department personnel treated his wound...and then brought him to the hospital. he is expected to survive. investigators are working to determine if one of the three people man. a 61-year-old man is dead after a shooting near hopkins and burleigh. it happened around 6:30 last night. police say they are still investigating a motive. no word on if any suspects are in custody. a judge comes in to settle a dispute between the milwaukee county executive -- and the sheriff. the question-- bringing down the fence around sherman park. angelica joins us from the newsroom with the latest. there was some confusion yesterday whether or not people could stay in sherman park. sheriff's deputies tried coming and kicking
evening...but it became a question of who would back down first. nothing new has come out, the sheriffs order is that the curfew remain in place tell him to personally come down to move these children. the children shouldnt have to move. we as men are gonna stand up and demand they not be moved. you know what? you guys have 25 more minutes the park has been closing at 6 p-m instead of 10 p-m in the wake of unrest in the area. park past 6 last night, choosing to defy the sheriff's order to close the park. they believed they were there legally because county executive chris abele ordered the fences taken down. but deputies later came...put the fences back up and told them they had until 7 p-m to leave. and then the courts stepped in... 'i wish the sheriff and the county executive would have worked something out but the sheriff seems to that that he is above the law
with a restraining order on the behalf of the county executives office. an abele representative told a judge the orange fence at this time is doing more harm than good. ultimately, judge david hansher agreed with the county executives request. the restraining order will remain until the next hearing which is set for 2 pm this wednesday...so just three days from now. kim and jessob. back to you. .and fires in the sherman park neighborhood 3 weeks ago-- the faith based community helped return the area to calm with prayers and outreach. and now-- their efforts continue, to be proactive. pastor richard schwoegler has been working with "billy graham evangelistic ministries" and "adopt a neighborhood" to train churches on how to respond to situations like this one. they say the key is to get to people beforehand. they are building relationships with people ,they are looking
their lives and empowering them so far about 30 to 40 churches are taking part. there will be two training sessions this friday and saturday. churches from all areas and faiths are invited to attend. go to our website for details on how to sign up. the two nuns murdered in mississippi are being honored with a scholarship. mississippi university for women says it is creating the sister margaret held and sister paula merrill graduate nursing scholarship. it will be given to a student who works nuns were working as nurse practitioners in rural mississippi when they were stabbed to death inside their home last month. sister held is from southeast wisconsin, and was laid to rest in milwaukee on friday. just a reminder if you plan on driving anywhere today... wisconsin state patrol wants to remind all drivers to buckle up, obey speed limits, drive sober, and eliminate distractions. also - construction on most major highways is suspended until six tomorrow morning.
extra help on state highways for the holiday. right now-- theyre operating under a grant that helps cover overtime, as troopers look to crack down on impaired driving, speeding... and ensure seatbelt compliance. during a ride-along yesterday, we watched as a woman was pulled over in a construction zone near summit. its a 55 mile an hour area... she was clocked at 75 miles an hour. officials say labor day weekend typically averages five deaths statewide. there has been an increase in deaths so far in 2016... but there is good news to report -- august was the 'leas month on state highways since world war two. trooper nicholas lorenzen, wisconsin state patrol nl 'we have the aircraft unit flying, we have a large contingent of our motorcycle unit from all regions of the state patrol.' the special enforcement period ends at midnight on monday. looking at the day ahead... labor fest taking place today at maier festival park from noon to 5 pm.... there will be live music, a car show and activities and entertainment
free! it all kicks off with a parade starting at zeidler square park at 11 -- and then ends at the summerfest grounds. organizers are also asking attendees to bring a new pair of socks to donate -- which will be given to milwaukee public schools and local shelters. the packers season opener is less than a week away... this weekend brought some big cuts to the team. running back brandon burks has been waived. that's according to beat writer michael cohen. the rookie free agent from troy running back spot after john crockett went on injured reserve. in his place, the packers claimed jhurell pressley, another running back, off waivers. like burks, the speedy pressley's an undrafted rookie from new mexico who had a big camp for the vikings before they cut him loose.. and after the packers released josh sitton on saturday...the bears wasted no time signing the three- time pro bowl guard. sitton was entering the final year of his contract with the packers.
this apparently after green bay couldn't trade him. the move does clear 6 point 3 million dollars off the team's salary cap... much needed with several key players due for new deals next year. make no mistake, josh sitton's loss leaves a gaping hole in the "o" line for aaron rodgers and company. world leaders meet for the second and final day of the g-20 summit. what's at the top of the list for discussion. celebrating saint teresa... how a local church is honoring mother teresa's cannonization. another athlete-- protesting the star says she's standing in solidarity with nfl player colin
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partly sunny today with a southerly breeze helping to make it a bit warmer and more humid. highs will make it into the low to mid 80s and dewpoints will climb into the upper 60s. overnight, we stay mild with lows in the low 70s with a few more clouds. we get to near 90 on tuesday with a chance for showers and thunderstorms during the day and a better chance in the evening and overnight. more early thursday before we settle down again late week. today: partly sunny, breezy, warm and humid. high: 84 dewpoint: 68 wind: s 10-20 mph tonight: partly cloudy. low: 72 dewpoint: 70 wind: sw 5-10 mph mother teresa ... is now saint teresa. the catholic church bestowed upon her its highest honor yesterday. she died in 1997 at the age of 87 ... and already has a legacy
our jenna sachs reports. a celebration of the now saint teresa ... at her namesake church in waukesha county. this woman had nothing and she built hospitals and basically sanitariums and that's the life of a saint. archbishop jermone listecki is leading mass this sunday ... while the church's priest and 26 pilgrims .... attend the canonization in ... the archbishop will approve a new name for their church. to change the official name from blessed theresa of calcutta to st. theresa of calcutta. parishoners here say they are inspired by saint teresa ... her commitment to the poor ... and orphaned. her mission is one person at a time and i think we can all fall into the idea that we have to do huge things to change the world, but it's not true. many people think of
but the archbishop says this time ... the honor is going to a frail woman ... of barely five feet tall ... who many of us ... experienced as a living being. even popes didn't want to go up against her. you know, when mother came and made a demand they shriveled at her face so this is a really powerful woman. a lesson to catholics that power ... is very different in the eyes of god. for us always in the world, power is always, is status. do i accept th in the terms of the eyes of god is holiness and the most powerful person in christianity is a saint. tens of thousands of people attended the canonization ... including some 15-hundred homeless from across italy. coming up next - hermine is moving away from the east
wakeup news. partly sunny today with a southerly breeze helping to m humid. highs will make it into the low to mid 80s and dewpoints will climb into the upper 60s. overnight, we stay mild with lows in the low 70s with a few more clouds. we get to near 90 on tuesday with a chance for showers and thunderstorms during the day and a better chance in the evening and overnight. more storms likely wednesday and into early thursday before we settle down again late week. today: partly sunny, breezy, warm and humid. high: 84 dewpoint: 68 wind: s 10-20 mph tonight: partly cloudy. low: 72 dewpoint: 70 wind: sw 10 mph low: 72 dewpoint: 70 wind: sw 5-10 mph
up today. on the sidelines-- secretary of state john kerry and his russian counterpart meet to discuss the civil war in syria. but the conversations ended without a deal. officials say the two are still at odds on certain issues. secretary of state kerry says progress is being made - but there are still a number of sticking points. president obama -- also continuing talks on the syria crisis, meeting with russian president vladimir putin today. kerry: "we're not going to do something that we believe has a less than legitimate chance of president obama "turkey is a strong nato allies, a critical member of the coalition against isil. our military, our law enforcement and intelligence coorperation has helped push isil back especially along the syrian-turkish border but we now need to finish the job." president obama has expressed skepticism that an alliance between the u-s and russia would result in a
authorities in philippines -- searching for three "persons of interest" wanted in connection to last week's deadly bombing. 14 people were killed, and nearly 70 others hurt in the blast. police have sketches of the three people-- including a man they say left a backpack with the bomb. officials say muslim militants have claimed responsibility for the attack, but police believe drug traffickers may have worked with militants. another athlete-- making headlines for their actions during the national anthem before a game. angelica ji newsroom with new information. u.s. soccer star megan rapinoe is following colin kaepernick's lead. she knelt during the national anthem sunday night before a game between seattle and chicago. her protest follows similar actions by the san francisco 49ers quarterback. kaepernick says he will not stand during the anthem to protest what he calls oppression of african american's by police in the u-s. rapinoe says she did not stand in support of kaepernick and also "to keep the conversation going".
mexico's pacific coast-- getting ready for its own tropical storm. tropical storm newton is headed toward baja california and forecasters say the storm is expected to speed up today and tomorrow. meanwhile-- hermine continues away from the east coast-- but there's still threats of heavy rains. and forecasters warn it could become a hurricane again. gov. chris christie, r new jersey i want everybody to remain calm, i've seen some reporting comparing it somehow to sandy levels. this is not even close to what we are talking about there. warnings are in effect in areas from virginia to massachusetts. noforecast from fox6 chief meteorologist rob haswell partly sunny today with a southerly breeze helping to make it a bit warmer and more humid. highs will make it into the low to mid 80s and dewpoints will climb into the upper 60s. overnight, we stay mild with lows in the low 70s with a few more clouds. we get to near 90 on tuesday with a chance for showers and
a better chance in the evening and overnight. more storms likely wednesday and into early thursday before we settle down again late week. today: partly sunny, breezy, warm and humid. high: 84 dewpoint: 68 wind: s 10-20 mph tonight: partly cloudy. low: 72 dewpoint: 70 wind: sw 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny,breez. gh: 90 dewpoint: 71 nd: sw 10-20 mph wednesday:mostly cloudy, hot and humid with rain and understorms 73 high: 88 wpoint: 72 wind: sw 5-15 mph thursday: a.m. raind and orms then mostly cloudy. am w: 73 high: wpoint: 65 wind: w 10 m iday: mostly cloudy with cnce of showers. low: 62 h dewpoint: 61 wind: e 10 mph saturday: slight chance 8
high: 88 dewpoint: 72 wind: sw 5-15 mph thursday: a.m. raind and storms then mostly cloudy. am low: 73 high: 82 dewpoint: 65 wind: wnw 5-10 mph friday: mostly cloudy with a chance of showers. am low: 62 high: 76 dewpoint: 61 wind: e 5-10 mph saturday: slight chance of early am thunderstorms then calming and clearing. am
thunderstorms likely. am low: 73 high: 88 dewpoint: 72 wind: sw 5-15 mph thursday: a.m. raind and storms then mostly cloudy. am low: 73 high: 82 dewpoint: 65 wind: wnw 5-10 mph friday: mostly cloudy with a chance of showers. am low: 62 high: 76 dewpoint: 61 wind: e 5-10 mph saturday: slight chance of early am thunderstorms then calming and clearing. am low:
this month marks the 71st anniversary of the end of world war two - and a wisconsin man is one of only two remaining witnesses to the official surrender. 91 year old otto wilkinson of new lisbon was a sailor who served on the battleship where japanese leaders officially signed documents announcing its unconditional surrender... formally ending world war two. wilkinson says he still remembers the day - especially when general douglas macarthur.. the supreme commander of the allied forces... came aboard the ship. wilkinson says: "i was a fireman down in the -- room -- number 3 was the number of my engine room -- he came aboard, i was on the top side, and he was on the destroyer, came aboard the
wilkinson was 20 years old when the surrender took place. while there were 27 hundred people on the ship at the time... he is one of only 2 people who is still alive. a unique new training program is bringing some of america's top military pilots to wisconsin. it's a two-week exeri "northern lights" training at volk field, near camp douglas. the training is set up like a mock war... where technology is used to give pilots multiple challenges that they must solve quickly. while pilots say the training can be intense... they say the it is necessary to be prepared on the battlefield. lt. col. bart van roo/176 fighter squandrant commander: "it's kind of like wrestling an alligator or something, i don't think that's very fun when you're doing it, but once you get done, it's kind of like, wow, that was incredible, what a dynamic thing we get to do."
like the f-35a, as well as older jets like the f-16. ahead at five: we have more on the fight over the hours at sherman park..,and the judge's ruling that keeps the park open. and then at six...more than 250 people arrested at a concert in california over the weekend. what the festival-goers got in trouble for - coming up. and after the break -- some bears spend some quality time together just having a little fun...but a few homeowners not too happy about their choice of entertainment. their day out - time now 4:xx you're taking a live look outside this morning.. highs in the low to mid 80s today and getting a bit more humid. right now . when
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 if you're looking for something to do with your labor day holiday-- the brewers are in town! they're taking on the first-place chicago cubs this afternoon at miller park. and the brew crew-- making the day extra special as this is the hashtag grow gold game. it's all part of an initiative to raise awareness for research into childhood cancer. game time is it was a weekend to celebrate at a zoo in atlanta... panda mom lun-lun gave birth to twin cubs saturday. the cubs arrived less than an hour apart. they are the first giant panda born in the united states this year... and the second set of twins for 19- year-old lun lun. and check out these two little leopard cubs. they just had their first adventure outside their den. the twins were born at the end of june. they're
to get out of here. now go! come on. get out of here!" a family of black bears in southern california-- deciding to take a dip in the pool to beat the southern heat. mom and the kids got to spend some quality time together until the homeowner kicked them out. so they left-- found another pool and then stopped by a dumpster for lunch. came by to get them to head back into the forest. you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news.