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9. tonight's big story - return to normal. an orange fence once surrounding sherman park is now gone.. and neighbors can stay until the park closes at 10pm . but is this situation - temporary? jenna sachs is live at sherman park with more. as of tonight ... you'll notice there is no orange fence here at sherman park closes ... but right now all appears calm. for the second time in two days ... the fence around sherman park ... comes down. as it goes ... its coming down. so does its reminder to neighbors .. of the unrest here three weeks ago. it makes us look like animals. we look caged in. the park has been closing early ... at 6 p-m instead of 10--- since the fatal shooting of sylville smith by a
the riots that followed. the orange fence was put in place ... to help keep the park closed. i kinda understand why they put it up but then again the riots and all that it died down. the decision to remove the fence ... was not without conflict. its unfortunate that things like this sometimes have to be as complicated as they are. county executive chris abele says for two weeks he sent requests to the sheriffs office ... to discuss removing the fence ... but didnt get a response. we sent him a legal opinion fr which are the same lawyers who service the sheriffs department both had a written opinion saying, sheriff you dont have the authority on the curfew or the fence and that didnt get it done either. so abele ordered the fence be taken down sunday morning. hours later ... sheriffs deputies were out putting the orange fencing back up sunday afternoon. then sunday evening ... in a special session of the milwaukee county circuit
the fence to come back down ... upholding a restraining order filed against the sheriff. the order remains in effect until the next hearing on wednesday. fox 6 has reached out to the sheriffs office for comment ... but has not heard back. reporting in sherman park. jenna sachs fox 6 news. steph thanks jenna dangerous water conditions ... have led sheboygan police to sh popular lake michigan pier. it's the same pier that 3 young men were swept off less than 2 months ago... two of them drowned. but as krystle kacner tells you - the warnings haven't kept everyone away today.. she joins us live from south pier. police ordered the city to put up these barricades a few hours ago.. hoping deter people from going out on the pier... it didn't work for everyone.. we saw a couple of people go out earlier today... and after what happened earlier this summer .. that didn't sit
oh its awesome! its like non stop!the second matthew theobald and his friends heard the national weather service's warning for big waves on labor day.... they took the 2 hour drive to sheboygan. the bigger the better reallyon another side of the beach.. the waves were also drawing a crowd... of a different kind... when the waves are crashing like that.. is a death wish seriously a death wishonlookers like bob lafave watched in horror... i dont want to watch a guy die!!!as one man ignored police and city because of the dangerous conditions... just in july a little while ago we had 2 people 2 college kids lose their life. one sunday mid july... 3 young men in 20's were out on that pier when a wave swept them off their feet into the lake.. one was rescued.. the two others drowned. i dont know if this guy never heard of it or if he thinks thats not dangerous but that's foolish but even some that have heard of the incident say... i think its a slight over
own risk... if you dont have reason to go out there dont do out there but i dont see it as highly dangerous that's how officials are asking people handle swimming in the area...with caution and at their own risk.the national weather service has issued a beach hazards statement for dangerous swimming conditions...which includes high waves.. and strong currents. as a kid as you knew to respect the lake, because it will take you, in a heart beat tickets or arresting people for violating their orders of staying off the pier... they just ope the barricades dter people.. and prevent any future accidents or tragedies.... live in sheboygan krystle kacner fox 6 news brad thanks krystle warm and muggy this evening with the temperature slowly falling into the low 70s. staying hot and humid tomorrow with highs around 90 but heat
the middle 90s. there is the slight chance for t-storms, especially in the afternoon, but a better chance arrives overnight into wednesday. a few storms may be strong to severe. the chance for storms will linger into saturday morning then the sunshine returns sunday along with more pleasant air. tonight: partly cloudy, warm and 69 wind: sw 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny, windy, hot and humid. slight chance for t-storms late. high: 90 dewpoint: 72 wind: sw 10-20 mph wednesday:mostly cloudy, hot and humid with the chance for t-storms. am low: 73 high: 88
almost hitting a home. it started around midnight...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...stopping right next to a house. the driver -- who police believe is a homicide suspect -- ran away from the crash. officers found him hiding in a nearby yard...and he was 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 police investigating a shooting on milwaukee's north west side. a man was shot in the knee near 95th and brown deer road. police say the guy was in a fight. they say he was taken back to his house on heather avenue... emergency crews picked him up and took him to the hospital. milwaukee police are also investigating a homicide on the city's north side. a 61-year-old man was shot and killed near hopkins and burleigh. it happened around 6:30 last night. police have not released any information about suspects or
milwaukee county medical examiner's office says all are likely tied to drug overdoses. fox six's julie collins has more on the deadly weekend. drug abuse is a problem that has been plaguing communities in southeast wisconsin for years but recently its spiked. it was two weeks ago we first talked to alderman michael murphy.. probable overdose deaths, which had happened in 48 hours. 'every one of these individuals on this sheet represent a loved one, its either a father, a mother, a brother, sister, cousin and that loss of human potential has been drastic and terrible for our community and unfortunately its not getting any better. and im fearful that its only going to get worse.' this past weekend is proof that it has. the milwaukee
that in the past 72 hours, 12 more people have died from a suspected overdose. less than a week ago, at a roundtable discussion in the area, attorney general brad schimel outlined how he sees best to combat the issue. 'but above all, from my perspective we need prevention, we have to stop more people from flowing into this problem.' through july of this year, 161 people have died from drug overdoses. that's up 10 percent so far this year, according to the milwaukee county medical examiner's messages if we can just convince people to use their medications only as theyre prescribed to them, to store them safely and securely in their home, and to get rid of them when theyre done taking their prescription.' the me's office says it will take 3 days to autopsy all 12 of the recent deaths. reporting in milwaukee. julie collins. fox 6 news. fox6 news has reported extensively on the heroin crisis. visit fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app -- and click the "dose of reality" tab. you can view a fox6 news special on the crisis -- and read how some have been able to break the cycle of
season is this sunday afternoon, and job one for the guys in the locker room is being in the right mental state for that contest.... that may prove difficult for some of green bay's veteran offensive linemen, who are still adjusting to this weekend's surprising release of josh sitton.... tim van vooren joins us with more on that...... brad and stephanie, there is no closer group on a football team than the sitton played in more than 120 games for the packers, so he was a leader in that room, and now he's gone, perhaps in part because of his ability to influence that room..... the dynamics will bear watching as the season goes along, but from a football standpoint, lane taylor takes the place of the three-time pro bowler.... at least that's the gameplan laid out by coach mike mccarthy today., despite taylor's rough night in the preseason finale at kansas city... "we gotta play a game here very shortly and against a good team with a good defense soso like
been around a long timeand not olny a great player but a really great friend. we are confident with lane going forward." taylor, bulaga and the packers kick off their season at jacksonville sunday... .meanwhile, sitton is getting ready to play his first game as a chicago bear.... hillary clinton-- her numbers declining in wisconsin. will she campaign r labor day event -- we ask the man campaigning in her place -- what voters should make of her absence. his answer. they promised to never forget. today-- they kept that promise. the waukesha county woman they're remembering. and -- saying thank you to police officers -- every single one of them in racine. who made that happen. those stories in
festival park -- and the labor day parade in downtown milwaukee. labor groups say it's an opportunity to show unity and pride their crafts. "today is a very important day, i mean it shows how important labor is and the middle class is to milwaukee so it's a day to celebrate them and everything that they've done for the working people." people attending labor fest were asked to bring a new pair of socks to be donated to milwaukee public schools and local shelters. the u-s labor secretary stopped at laborfest -- to promote hillary clinton's campaign. has more from maier festival park. tom perez - hillary clinton is all about we, donald trump is all about me! 1:46p clip 98 - 48:15 u-s labor secretary tom perez draws a small but vocal crowd at maier festival park... he tells union members that donald trump will cost jobs and divide the country. sound - 54:15 clip 102 the trump train wreck is a
working families, its a train wreck for immigrants! perez is here, but, riding a lead in the polls, clinton has not been for months. should people take that as a sign she thinks the state pretty well wrapped up? oh, hillary clinton is not taking anything for granted. thats why im here in my personal capacity on behalf of her. its clear he trusts hillary clinton. but, according to polls, only a quarter of wisconsin voters do. so does clinton need to build trust? the voters who know hillary clinton the best, the voters of new york, voted not once but twice to elect her. the voters of the democratic primary voted overwhelmingly for hillary clinton through downtown in the annual parade. while it was innocent fun for some... show kids/candy others had a more political message. nats - donald trump has got to go! union members said 2016 would be a critical year to stick together sound - clip 21 i believe that the middle class is the backbone for this country, and it needs to be heard the trump campaign responded that only trump, not clinton, could get the economy moving. wisconsin republicans said the perez visit was clinton's "desperate" attempt to rally her base, with her lead over trump shrinking to three points in the latest marquette
theo keith, fox6 news. the presidential candidates are spending labor day pressing the flesh - both making appearances in must-win ohio. donald trump and running mate mike pence held a round-table meeting in brook park. hillary clinton also stumping in ohio - her running mate -- tim kaine -- appeared at a labor day event in pittsburgh before heading to ohio. there are 64 days to go until election day. the attacks on the world trade center on september 11-th. waukesha county is remembering a wisconsinite that died that day. over the weekend-- a book reading was held for "just a few sleeps away." it focuses on the haberman family and the tragic loss of their 25-year-old daughter andrea.the book was written by former journal sentinel reporter mike nichols and was published five years ago on the 10th anniversary of the attacks. "the book is really just an effort to remember her and to remember 9/11 and to understand
dealt with tragedy over the years. there will be also be a memorial service and commemoration ceremony in waukesha friday for the "kewaskum remembers" memorial. the memorial will feature a 22- hundred pound steel beam from the north tower from the world trade center. the sentiment is spreading. people all across southeastern wisconsin are coming together to offer a thank you to the men and women behind the badges. justin williams has more on the effort to adopt-a-cop. the racine police department, monday, during this delivery of hundreds of gifts from racine residents -- generated through the adopt-a-cop program. they write a letter, thankin' them for what they do in the community, and then they just give 'em a small, little gift. tina ortiz says, two weeks ago, she began organizing the effort to
each of the nearly 200 law enforcement officers who make up this department. with everything going on, right now, they don't have -- some people feel like they don't have the support, which -- this is showing them that they do have the support, and there is a lotta people out there that support them, pray for them and love what they do, and thank them for putting their life on the line, everyday. it makes us feel a lot better about doin' what we're doin'. having spent more than two decades on the force, officer jennifer diener explains this experience goes a long way toward helping officers, deal with a difficult job. nobody has any idea what happens, when we go into a house, what we have to deal with, at a moment's notice, and do a good job. and, officer diener explains, it's a special day, when families go out of their way to show some love to law enforcement. it's nice to see people, actually, you know, that they do feel this way. it's great. it's great to see. as you can see, there are a lot of gifts to distribute, but, perhaps the most touching is this one--from the k5-2nd grade students at trinity lutheran school, in racine. it's a book of 'than, dhe teacrover there,tting them y everyone--no matter how small. is is the lates in racine.
racine. i'm justin williams, fox 6 news. only on fox 6 tonight - a devastating fire at a waukesha county business.. and what makes it worse - it was apparently started by a beloved family member - a 12- year- old tortoise! and a sure signs football season is almost here.. this year's slogan on the famed
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a better chance arrives overnight into wednesday. a few storms may be strong to severe. the chance for storms will linger into saturday morning then the sunshine returns sunday along with more pleasant air. tonight: partly cloudy, warm and muggy. low: 72 dewpoint: 69 wind: sw 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny, windy, hot and humid. slight chance for t-storms late. high: 90 dewpoint: 72 wind: sw 10-20 mph wednesday:mostly cloudy, hot and humid with the chance for t-storms. am low: 73 high: 88 dewpoint: 72 wind: sw 5-15 mph nasa's juno spacecraft sending
storms on the planet's north pole. these were taken last week when juno passed within 25-hundred miles of jupiter's dense cloud tops. juno also sent back unique views of jupiter's bright southern lights. they're considered the most powerful in the solar system. its an annual tradition. painting a slogan on the original packers fence in green bay. so what's the phrase this year? and how does jody nelson feel about it? and the newest way to scout talented players in college sports involves the internet..... we go beyond the game, ah
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a devastating fire at a business in the village of wales. and whats even more shocking - how it was allegedly sparked. fox6s bret lemoine is live in the newsroom with a story you'll see only on fox6. the business owner tells me a pet tortoise knocked over her heat lamp... sparking the fire. the tortoise, matilda, died in the blaze...
a fire sunday night... dp 'luckily, the fish will be ok.' bl 'this is the tank, right here.' dp 'this is one of them. those are all tanks over there too.' but theres one thing taken by this blaze at aquatica in the village of wales that cant be replaced... dp 'we lost our beloved turtle - a tortoise matilda. all of our neighbors - the whole village liked her.' matilda was the mascot of the water instillation / landscaping business. dp 'she was 12 years old!' young - she could have lived for another 70 years. owner dean pa-pee-toe pipito explains her cage was in this room where the fire started. pipito thinks matilda knocked over a heat lamp. the fire started before six sunday night. pipito was just pulling in to the business to take care of some paperwork when he noticed the flames. dp 'my life was on fire. literally. i pulled up and i couldnt believe what i was seeing.' at least ten departments from nearby communities assisted in
in the morning. they put it out and it reignited a little bit.' pipito credits the brick wall separating the room matilda was in from the rest of the business... as the main reason the fire didnt spread throughout the building. that room has since been sealed by inspectors. the businesses structure remains intact... dp 'i cant say how lucky i am to be able to still come to work.' ...but theres now a gaping hole in its heart. dp 'the building can be remodeled, redone. but you cant replace animals.' the waukesha county sheriffs office tells us the cause of the fire has been determined to be accidental. aquatica has been open for 16 years... but they only moved into this new location last september. owners tell me they still plan to be open on tuesday. reporting live in the newsroom, bl, fox6 news. brad thanks bret if you're in green bay, driving down lombardi avenue-- there's a sign that the n-f-l regular season is
from lambeau field has been always painted with a special slogan every year. today-- people gathered to paint the fence green and gold. this year's theme is centered around the return of jordy nelson with the fence reading, "with jordy, it's better to receive." organizers of the event say its a great way to connect with the community. "it's been going for quite a while and people really enjoy it; the media enjoys it" butted with "its just a nice community event, it's packer friendly and the friendly to it and it makes us very proud to be a part of it." last year the slogan had the theme of prevailing though tough times. the wisconsin entertainment and sports center is starting to take shape - today the milwaukee bucks tweeted out an ariel view of the progress. the 714,000 square foot arena will anchor the nearly 30-acre entertainment district. when it comes to college basketball, there has always been interest in the recruiting
are. tim van vooren shows you -- nowadays, fans have much more access to that info..... that take them beyond the game... the ny2la summer jam has grown in popularity and certainly stature over the past decade.... many of the top high school basketball players in the country come together under one roof at homestead high school... and some interested observers are here, too... players here... i'm not coming here unless there's players here." 12605 evan daniels is representative of another huge part of the event... he's the director of basketball recruiting for scout dot com... 12427 "then there's the part of the job where i'm covering the recruitments and trying to figure out where they're going to school and writing stories about them and not only covering their development, but also their recruitment to where they are going to end up in college." 12440 12450 "without the college recruitments, i don't really have a job... that's where this
comes from and that's why our website has gotten so popular, the fans of these particular schools want to figure out who's next." 12458 besides the platform of the scout dot com website, daniels has more than 65 thousand twitter followers himself... the explosion of social media runs right alongside the growth of events like the summer jam... and the fan interest in these prospects shows no signs of abating.. 12843 "not only can they watch the kids on highlight reels or scout or youtube, or they can read the stories, now they can follow them on twitter, they can follow them on instagram, it's a lot more personal." 12852 13147 "in today's recruiting world, fans want to know about players, but let's face it, key component in all this, college coaches." 13158 12922 "if steve wojociechowski or greg gard are in a gym." 12926 12905 "somebody tweets about it, everybody knows." 12907 the college coaches who are in the gym at the summer jam want the players to know where they are from... on the first day and night of this year's event, more than 500 coaches are in attendance... incidentally,
perspective.. he is friends with packers wide receiver randall cobb... 121750 "we kind of got to be buddies through acquaintances." 12752 12809 "i've actually been to a game at lambeau each of the last five years so i always come up and watch him play and awesome guy, he's a good dude." 12820 daniels will tell you he's living a good life, popping around the country to watch basketball, talk basketball and communicate what he's learned to big tim van vooren, fox six sports... this year's summer jam had teams from california to new york, the state of washington to florida, as well as australia and canada.. from germantown tonight - moved - to see a wall. thousands f people come out to see a half-size replica of the vietnam veterans memorial. how the moving wall - is making generations - closer.
oscar buzz has already started. and actress lena dunham is apologizing to one "new york giants" player. the details in tonight's buzz. sparking some oscar buzz! casey affleck and "manchester by the sea" are drawing rave reviews at the tell-you-ride film festival. the fest has become something of a launching pad for oscar contenders -- and winners. other actors and films creating buzz at the festival include miles teller in the boxing drama "bleed for this" and tom hanks as a heroic pilot in "sully." it's official...a follow up to 'the passion of the christ' is in the works. the movie will be called "the resurrection."
interview. actress lena dunham -- apologizing to new york giants star odell beckham, jr. this comes after an interview she recently did saying she was seated near beckham at the met gala -- and he was looking at his cellphone because he found her unattractive. dunham wrote an apology on her social media accounts for making "narcissistic assumptions" about odell beckham jr. beckham has not acknowledged dunham's comments. and that's your buzz. humidity is coming back.. weather expert stephanie barichello is coming up with the forecast. and there she goes. an historic paddle wheel boat sinking - what forced it to go down.. it was an awesome game - the badgers beating lsu at lambeau field on saturday.. so why did the packers actually pay them
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we upped the ante at culver's to create the new crispy southwest chicken sandwich. all-natural, whole white meat chicken breast. topped with spicy pepper jack cheese and jalape?o ranch. on a lightly buttered, toasted ciabatta roll. the perfect cheese for pepper jack and it's really going to tone down the spiciness of the peppers. you're going to taste the cheese first, and then you're going to get 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.
these days. "we prepared and tasted a weeks worth of dinners from each service, and we found that 24 of 27 meals were very good to excellent." is this right for your family. also.. --------------------- splish, splash they were taking a bath. before the pools get drained tomorrow, they went to the dogs tonight. it's the best stuff you'll see all day---and you will at ten. badgers on the field -- beating 5th-ranked l-s-u at lambeau field... but the packers are coming out as big financial winners as well. the "lambeau field college football classic" was part of the push by the packers to hold non-n-f-l events at lambeau to earn additional revenue. the team paid wisconsin
play the game -- and kept all of the revenue from tickets, parking and merchandise sold at the stadium. the game drew a sellout crowd -- with more than 78-thousand fans in attendance. west bend advertising agency "epic creative" receiving a license to operate a commercial drone to shoot promotional video. the company says it won approval from the f-a-a -- and is one of just a few marketing agencies in wisconsin to offer the service. commercial drone operators must hold a recreational pilot license... -- and former fox6 photojournalist -- miles cooksy, see on the right in this photo -- obtained one by completing 30 hours of class time and 100 hours of flight time. for more business news - go to
adlib to wx weather warm and muggy this evening with the temperature slowly falling into the low 70s. staying hot and humid tomorrow with highs around 90 but heat indices middle 90s. there is the slight chance for t-storms, especially in the afternoon, but a better chance arrives overnight into wednesday. a few storms may
linger into saturday morning then the sunshine returns sunday along with more pleasant air. tonight: partly cloudy, warm and muggy. wind: sw 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny, windy, hot and humid. slight chance for t-storms late. high: 90 dewpoint: 72 wind: sw 10-20 mph wednesday:mostly cloudy, hot and humid with the chance for t-storms. am low: 73
a better chance arrives overnight into wednesday. a few storms may be strong to severe. the chance for storms will linger into saturday morning then the sunshine returns sunday along with more pleasant air. and muggy. low: 72 dewpoint: 69 wind: sw 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny, windy, hot and humid. slight chance for t-storms late. high: 90 dewpoint: 72 wind: sw 10-20 mph wednesday:mostly cloudy, hot and humid with the chance for t-storms. am low: 73 high: 88 dewpoint: 72 wind: sw 5-15 mph thursday: lingering t-storms then decreasing clouds. am low: 71 high: 81 dewpoint: 68 wind: w 5-10 mph friday: mostly cloudy with the chance for rain showers. am low: 63 high: 76 dewpoint: 60 wind: se 5-10 mph saturday: slight chance for rain otherwise partly nny. am low: 61 gh: 73 dewpoint: 59 wind: w 10-20 mph sunday: mostly nny. am low: 56 high: 74 dewpoi nd: 1mph
un-welcome guest throughout the holiday weekend. the storm is churning along, hundreds of miles off the northern atlantic coast. beaches are closed due to the monstrous waves and businesses on the boardwalk are struggling - hoping for a last hurrah this labor day. forecasters expect 'hermine' to hang- around through tomorrow. hurricane hermine impacting thousands of homes and businesses - but storms. two baby raccoons apparently fell out of a tree when it came crashing down in the storm friday night. the homeowner who lived nearby said they looked to be healthy but their mother was nowhere to be found. a rescue group agreed to take the baby raccoons. another last hurrah of summer... milwaukee county pools are now closed for the season. fox6s deandra corinthios takes you to greenfield park -- where people tried to hang on to the warm weather just a little longer. the crowd at cool waters in west
"its the perfect way to end it i know fall is coming so one more time in the pool" families making the most of the day off.. enjoying one last dip... or one final time down the water slide... "i wanted to swim one more time, she wants to swim one more time because she had to start school and she was kind of sad" and summer...will be missed... "what is your favorite thing about summer? that it is hot" most milwaukee county pools have already shut down for the season. but cool waters schulz family aquatic center and the tosa pool...are coming here a lot because it has been really hot" we all know wisconsin weather can be unpredictable. before you know it...we could see snowflakes... "could tomorrow...you never know" but people here...hope the heat hangs on a while longer. "i am not a winter person, so i refuse to take this off yet until i have to" the outdoor swimming season for milwaukee county parks ends on labor day. but the two indoor pools, pulaski and noyes, will remain
corinthios fox6 news. to find out more about what milwaukee county parks have to offer -- click the "links" tab on fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app -- to get an idea of what's available. last call for alcohol at doctor's park tonight. the sprecher traveling beer garden is closing out one of its tours in fox point. it's just one of two traveling tours this summer. the other tour will be open near whitnall park in greendale until september 16-th. a new type of food pantry in food pantry. people can take what they want for free -- instead of getting a pre-packed bag. "new global destiny" ministry is behind the new pantry. "people are happy. they like please come back to milwaukee. so we're coming doing this once a month. on the first saturday of every month. we'll have clothes food, toys. we have baby pampers, strollers, we have everything." he pantry is at pleasant hill church near fond du lac and
each day they are open. the coast guard in california is working to stabilize an 87-foot paddlewheel boat. the spirit of sacramento took in water sometime after midnight at the stern, which then flooded the engine room. right now it sits capsized in the waters of a state park, south of sacramento. two people were onboard. they were able to jump into a dinghy and make it safely to shore." kathy hallstein, witness "well, our friends because we thought it was so neat." butted roy hallstein, witness "i was amazed because it looked like a great viable boat yesterday at 12 noon, and then this morning, i look over the horizon and it was going down actually." the coast guard is now working to stabilize the boat while they assess the pollution. officials say there's an estimated 600 gallons of diesel fuel onboard. a school bus driver in idaho after a video shows the alleged
pouring water on an 8-th grade student. those that ride the bus say that black has mistreated students for years but this is the first time they've had evidence. the company that employs black says they fired her despite their staffing shortages. an accident, a burning car, and a dramatic rescue. it all played out in houston saturday night. about 20 people stopped to help rescued the man inside the car. people tried dousing the fire, breaking windows, even rocking the car to help the man stuck inside. experience that all the houston people got together trying to help this family. and i think that's a wonderful thing, with what's been going on with the world, that's wonderful that people got together and helped each other." firefighters and police arrived after the man had been saved. no word on his condition. in washington county -- hundreds of visitors took a moment out of their holiday to pay respect to vietnam veterans. fox6s carl deffenbaugh has more on the lasting impact of the moving
the thing, it is so stark.' the effect, profound. 'i know three fellows on there.' thousands upon thousands of names of american soldiers. 'theres nothing but names, no rank.' who never came home from vietnam. 'to know that somebody that was drafted at the same time as he was isnt here, and to see the emotions out of them, is pretty moving.' the moving wall is a half-size replica of traveling monument that, from thursday through monday, called germantown home. 'its 255 feet long and its identical to the one in washington.' just like the original in dc, the wall lists 58,307 names. more than eleven hundred of those people were from wisconsin, 14 from washington
american legion post 1 estimate more than 20,000 people visited the wall over its five days in germantown. for veterans, it represents healing. 'a lot of them are talking for the first time. and weve had several that have broken down out here, with their memories.' for military families, the chance to tie together generations. 'weve heard it as siblings and children of them. but to share it with our kids is even more special.' and for the many that experienced such a divisive time in our ou history, the moving wall offers solace. 'its just wonderful to see how people are coming up to you and saying thank you for your service and welcome home. its a big thing that we needed a long time ago but were getting it now.' carl deffenbaugh, fox6 news. learn more about the vietnam traveling memorial wall on fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app. check out the schedule, photo galleries and more. simply click "links."
heartbreaking story. dp 'my life was on fire. literally. i pulled up and i couldnt believe what i was seeing.' how a tortoise burned down a store. come down. tonight we check in at sherman park. and-- i dont want to watch a guy die!!!extra precautions at a pier that's already proved deadly. that is our big story tonight: pier pressure. dangerous water conditions ... have led sheboygan police to shut down a popular lake michigan pier. its the same pier that 3 young men were swept off less than 2 months ago...
police put up these barricades to try and deter people from going out there while waves were high labor day.... not everyone stayed off the pier though. when the waves are crashing like that.. is a death wish seriously a dead wishonlookers like bob lafave watched in horror... i dont want to watch a guy die!!!as one man ignored police and city orders to stay off south pier... becuase fo the dangerous conditions... just in july a litl we had 2 people 2 college kids lose their life. one sunday mid july... 3 young men in 20's were out on that pier when a wave swept them off their feet into the lake.. one was rescued.. the two others drowned... if you take a look at whats out there right now, thats enough to knock you offothers... disagree... i think its a slight over caution and believe people should just approach at thier