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impassable. to get through so i had to get out and move the branches out of the way. now at 5- neighborhoods are cleaning up this morning after severe flooding across our area... how its still affecting some local schools today. florida may be a nice vacation spot-- but the humidity could have an impact on this weekend the packers. how the team is getting ready to bring on the heat for sunday's game. rob joins us now with more on the weather. rob's weather we are still cloudy with a few showers this morning as the cold front slowly makes its exit. the front will be more of a dry front than a cold front as temperatures wont dip much but dewpoints will fall nicely. high pressure moves in from the west to give us sun by this afternoon but that wont last as another low arrives
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we should dry up behind that next low but saturday afternoon and we can enjoy some cool, fall-type air by sunday afternoon with highs slipping to the low 70s. we stay in the seasonal range for early next week but slip to the cooler side by midweek. today: cloudy with a few early showers then clearing to mostly sunny by the later afternoon. becoming less humid with falling dewpoints. high: 84 dewpoint: 68 wind: w 5-10 mph tonight: mostly clear. low: 62 dewpoint: 64 wind: w 3-5 mph anchor adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays many communities in the milwaukee area saw flash flooding last night. we find julie collins live this morning near 38th and lincoln where they saw some of the worst of it - julie? good morning - this morning all calm in fact many of these streets returning to normal late last night... but around dinner time that rain fell quickly - making these
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down and then shortly there after the wind... neighbors watched as trees snapped and fell onto the street making many of them impassable. however, car after car-- testing their luck - but many getting stuck. even those rushing to help had a tough time. 'and the emergency vehicles theyre having a hard time, the cars are stopped in the crown of the road at the high point so now the emergency vehicles stuff, it makes it worse you know?' last night our crews saw about half dozen cars that needed to be towed away from this area. milwaukee d-p-w telling us they responded to over 40 cases of pounding. reporting live from 38th and lincoln - julie collins. fox 6 news. classes are canceled at saint john's lutheran school in mayville today due to flooding. angelica joins us now with more. a waterlogged mayville-- still trying to dry out this morning.
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and piling sandbags outside saint john's, trying to protect it from the waters. the principal says within an hour-- the water had started running down the side of the school. student were evacuated from the school, as well as from parkview primary. today's classes at saint john's have been canceled while crews continue to clean up the mess. school officials hope classes will resume tomorrow. developing news now from the city's north side. one person is dead and another seriously injured after a last night near 27th and hadley. police say one of the victims may have been shot inside a car. a 34-year-old man died. a 24-year-old year old is in very serious condition so far no suspects are in custody. the fence around sherman park will stay down. at least until another court hearing at the end of the month. a milwaukee county judge extended a restraining order against sheriff david clarke in court yesterday. this all goes back to sunday when the county executive ordered the fence taken down. but by the
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sunday night court hearing. now-- the presiding judge says the dispute clearly runs deep. 5-point-8-million-dollars. .. that's the damage total for the seven businesses set on fire during the sherman park unrest. according to a break-down from the milwaukee fire department... o'reilly autoparts... which was a total loss... suffered the most damage at 1- point-4-million. the bp gas station-- also a total loss of suffered more than 5 dollars. half of jet beauty is gone... the cost exceeding 800-thousand-dollars. and at bmo harris bank... which saw a 25-percent loss... it will take more than 1-point-2 million dollars to repair the destruction. the rest of the damage total includes big jim's liquor, pj supermarket and mjm liquor. the packers are just a few days away from their season opener in florida. but the southern heat could play a part in sunday's packers game in jacksonville. tim van vooren has more from green bay. "the green bay packers who are known for many reasons including playing on the frozen
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jacksonville sunday where it should be hot and humid." "we'll be fine. we've addressed it in the meetings. as well as the strength and conditioning staff. staying hydrated, taking extra precautions but at the end of the day it's all football. i think we'll be alright." "for me personally, growing up in louisiana and playing at alabama i'm kinda used to it but then you come up here where it's super cold so you kinda get used to this too but i mean it's always tough to go from cold to hot you know so fast but we gotta hydrate just as a big coaching point coaching emphasis for this week. just continue to hydrate and go out there and play." "i feel like i play faster in the heat. i feel like the blood rushes to your brain better you know play smarter so i really love playing in the heat like that." "mike mccarthy has had good success at this time of year in his career the packers are 22-12 in september. that's tied for the most wins in september in the nfc in that period of time. they
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green bay tvv fss." you can catch the opening game of the packers season right here on fox 6. the giants and cowboys follow. then cap off the day with the fox 6 sports blitz at 10:35 sunday night. hillary clinton and donald trump each take the stage for the commander in chief forum. what strategies each candidate says they'd bring to the table if elected. the zika virus funding bill-- getting very real for some representaiv yesterday. how one congressman is using scare tactics to get the bill passed. "it sucks, man. i'm so stressed out about this. it's like getting your heart ripped out just for all of the work that i've done to this school. students-- searching for options after learning their school is shut down. what's next for those at itt
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we are still cloudy with a few showers this morning as the cold front sl be more of a dry front than a cold front as temperatures wont dip much but dewpoints will fall nicely. high pressure moves in from the west to give us sun by this afternoon but that wont last as another low arrives later friday into saturday with more rain and thunderstorms. we should dry up behind that next low but saturday afternoon and we can enjoy some cool, fall-type air by sunday afternoon with highs slipping to the low 70s. we stay in the seasonal range for early next week but slip to the cooler side by midweek. today: cloudy with a few early showers then clearing to mostly sunny by the later afternoon. becoming less
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high: 84 dewpoint: 68 wind: w 5-10 mph tonight: mostly clear. low: 62 dewpoint: 64 wind: w 3-5 mph the mayor of green bay-- facing charges following an extensive investigation into his campaign funds. three misdemeanor charges have efeagainst mayor jim schmitt. the milwuakee county state's attorney's office says schmitt has agreed to plead guilty as a part of a plea deal. according to the agreement, prosecutors will not recommend any jail or probation time. the 20-month investigation allegedly found errors in schmitt's campaign funding reports and accuses the mayor of collecting more than ten thousand dollars in illegal campaign contributions. schmitt won re-election in april 20- 15, four months after the concerns w the battle against the zika virus continues as people in florida seek protection from mosquitoes... one congressman decided to make a point by bringing a jar of mosquitoes to the house floor. florida republican david jolly delivered a speech, criticizing congress for not passing a spending bill to fight the virus. the legislation is stuck in the senate-- where democrats are blocking the bill in a dispute over restrictions on planned parenthood. rep. david jolly, r florida can you imagine the fear and anxiety in this chamber if these
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members of congress would run down the hall to get tested. they would spray themselves before coming in here. this is the fear of floridians right here!! congressman jolly says the mosquitoes in the jar are free of the virus-- but still bring the same fear. the two presidential candidates-- addressing the nation at the commander in chief forum. what donald trump says he regrets and what new details are emerging abouth email server. some local students-- searching for solutions after itt tech suddenly shuts down across the country. what options their faced with. it's time to break out those green and gold jerseys! where you can score some free stuff
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we are still cloudy with a few showers this morning as the cold front slowly makes be more of a dry front than a cold front as temperatures wont dip much but dewpoints will fall nicely. high pressure moves in from the west to give us sun by this afternoon but that wont last as another low arrives later friday into saturday with more rain and thunderstorms. we should dry up behind that next low but saturday afternoon and we can enjoy some cool, fall-type air by sunday afternoon with highs slipping to the low 70s. we stay in the seasonal range for early next week but slip to the cooler side by midweek. today: cloudy with a few early showers then clearing to mostly sunny by the later afternoon. becoming less humid with falling dewpoints. high: 84 dewpoint: 68 wind: w 5-10 mph tonight: mostly clear. low: 62 dewpoint: 64 wind: w 3-5 mph red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map =
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the stage in new york as a part of the commander in chief forum. at last night's event, republican donald trump said u-s generals have been quote "reduced to rubble" under president obama. he suggested he would fire some of them if elected. trump also said that he has regrets as a politician-- saying he wishes he won the gop nomination in a "nicer manner." he added that voters shouldn't worry about his temperament as president. meanwhile-- democrat hillary clinton at last night's forum
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troops to iraq or syria again. focus also turned to her private email server. she reiterated that she had made mistakes but asked to be judged by the "totality" of her record working in government. meanwhle-- the congressional democrats released a 2009 email exchange between former secretary of state colin powell and then-secretary of state clinton. in the email, powell advises clinton on the use of a personal email server. this was just two days after she was sworn into the position. powell has not commented o itt technical institute students-- still searching for answers after the abrupt shut down of every campus nationwide. last week, the federal government told i-t-t it did not meet accreditation standards to get federal aid-- so they said the school could no longer enroll new students who rely on it. instead of complying-- the school just shut down. students with federal student loans might be able to get their loans discharged or forgiven if they stop or switch their major. students can also transfer to another school to complete
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frozen by the process, some of the opportunities that may be there to help you move forward won't be as good down the line because other schools have made a decision not to accept those transfer credits, so they've changed how their going to accept those transfer credits down the line." there is a process to get those federal loans discharged through the department of education. and, the education approval board will advocate on students' behalf to po dismissed, as well. we'll put links to their sites on ours:: fox 6 now dot com. toss to rob we are still cloudy with a few showers this morning as the cold front slowly makes its exit. the front will be more of a dry front than a
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dewpoints will fall nicely. high pressure moves in from the west to give us sun by this afternoon but that wont last as another low arrives later friday into saturday with more should dry up behind that next low but saturday afternoon and we can enjoy some cool, fall-type air by sunday afternoon with highs slipping to the low 70s. we stay in the seasonal range
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side by midweek. today: cloudy with a few early showers then clearing to mostly sunny by the later afternoon. becoming less humid with falling dewpoints. high: 84 mph tonight: mostly clear. low: 62 dewpoint: 64 wind: w 3-5 mph we are still cloudy with a few showers this morning as the cold front slowly makes its exit. the front will be more of a dry front than a
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high pressure moves in from the west to give us sun by this afternoon but that wont last as another low arrives later friday into saturday with more rain and thunderstorms. we should dry up behind that next low but saturday afternoon and we can enjoy some cool, fall-type air by sunday afternoon with highs slipping to the low 70s. we stay in the seasonal range for early next week but slip to the cooler side by midweek. today: cloudy with a few early showers then clearing to mostly sunny by the later afternoon. becoming less humid with falling dewpoints. high: 84 dewpoint: 68 wind: w 5-10 mph tonight: mostly dewpoint: 64 wind: w 3-5 mph a local school-- forced to cancel class today as the city of mayville
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yesterday's storms. when school officials hope to have students back in the classroom. yosemite national park is getting ready for a major expansion. what you can expect to see in the new, additional land. the average age of a homeless person is 9 years old. my dream is to help kids living on the streets with education. charles what's up man? -whoa! how can we help? -ah man! wait, is that a basketball player? yes! -wow! my heart's about to jump out my chest man. charles you ought to be proud man.
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giving them some encouragement- that's something that these kids are going to remember for a lifetime. did you see his big old feet? look.
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yosemite national park is getting bigger! it's the park's largest expansion in 67 years. it's adding 400 acres of wetlands and meadow habitat on the park's western boundary. earlier this year, the trust for public land purchased the land from private owners for two-point-three million dollars. the trust officially donated the land to the national park service yesterday get ready packers fans -- wear your gear - get free stuff! it's part of the packers' green and gold friday initiative fans wearing green and gold can visit citgo, culvers and mills fleet farm for giveaways, discounts and the
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support as the team prepares for the next game. it will be a late start for the trial for a man accused of starting a deadly fire. why lawyers were forced to delay his trial. oconomowoc police-- now seeking a "person of interest" after a woman is found murdered over the holiday weekend. what officials say was missing from her apartment. cloudy with a few sprinkles early then slowly becoming sunny. highs in the low 80s. right now . when
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of water. and they splash and they. is it going to stop and die in the pond. now at 5:30 roadways covered with water made way for a busy night for tow trucks as drivers tried to fight through severe flooding. we're taking a look at some of the hardest hit areas in last night's storms. we are still cloudy with a few showers this morning as the cold front slowly be more of a dry front than a cold front as temperatures wont dip much but dewpoints will fall nicely. high pressure moves in from the west to give us sun by this afternoon but that wont last as another low arrives later friday into saturday with more rain and thunderstorms. we should dry up behind that next low but saturday afternoon and we can enjoy some cool, fall-type air by sunday afternoon with highs slipping to the low 70s. we stay in the seasonal range for early next week but slip to the cooler side by midweek. today: cloudy with a few early showers then clearing to mostly sunny by the later afternoon. becoming

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