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raining and raining. it doesnt want to stop.' now at seven ---- clean up will get underway this morning after dangerous flooding turns roads into rivers. ahead --- how the severe weather is still impacting schools this morning. plus --- a judge makes a decision about whether a fence should be up around sherman park. good morning and welcome back to wakeup! time now x:xx
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traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays flash flooding causing chaos across the milwaukee area ---- we have team coverage this morning. our julie collins is tracking the clean up --- she's live near one of the hardest hit areas near 38th and lincoln. but we start first with angelica in the newsroom with how the flooding is closed. angelica is in the newsroom with details. today's classes at saint john's have been canceled while crews continue to clean up the mess. first responders and volunteers spent hours yesterday filling 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. "i was actually monitoring it all day because when i picked her up from school we seen that
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we heard on the news that the other roads were flooded in town so we were just keeping an eye on it and waiting for the email from the school.'" officials hope to reopen the school tomorrow. and flood waters kept nearly 20 kids and 3 staff members from leaving kindercare in west allis. the staff made dinner for the kids -- and the fire department took everyone to a nearby church. kindercare will reopen this and nathan hale high school will also back open this morning after reports of water leaking into the building last night. we're told it has been cleaned up and we energies to restored power overnight. families across milwaukee are hoping things dry out today after seeing 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?
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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 streets look 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
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high point so now the emergency vehicles got to go around into the deep 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. the fox6 storm center app can the fox6 storm center app can keep you ahead of the storms. it's a free download for apple and android devices. shooting happening on milwaukee north side last night -- the medical examiner's office says the second victim has died. police say it happened a little before six 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 was taken to the hospital in serious condition...and died this morning. so far no suspects are in custody. police are investigating. the fence around sherman park will stay down.
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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 afternoon the sheriff ordered it back up. that lead to a rare sunday night court hearing. now-- the presiding judge says the dispute clearly runs deep. 5-point-8-million-dollars --- that's how much damage was done during the riots in the sherman park neighborhood when seven businesses were set on fire last month. according to a break-down from the milwaukee fire depa o'reilly autoparts... which was a total loss... suffered the most damage at 1- point-4-million. the b-p gas station-- also a total loss of suffered more than 589-thousand 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 m-j-m liquor.
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and panthers face off in a superbowl rematch. but for packers fans all eyes are on sunday! tim van vooren is in green bay with details on how the team is dealing with surprising roster moves. the past gives way to the future at present in green bay. the surprising release of josh sitton and his body of work is in the past. the future the season opener at jacksonville this weekend. the present, all the attention on lane taylor, he of the 30 games and 2 career starts. more attention then i've gotten in a while but it will be fine it's just football when it comes down to it at the end of the day something to prepare and be ready to go out there." 'how do you see all this attention going to lane, you're just sitting right next to him? tretter: "oh i'm fine, i'm fine with that. it's good, like i said all that stuffs great once that first play goes you're focused on the task at hand and that's playing against the jacksonville jaguars down there." lacey: lane's there now he definitely has some shoes to fill but so far he's been doing a great job
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further evidence that the past is the past, here's coach mike mccarthy response on wednesday when asked the decision to release josh sitton." mccarthy: i mean i've answered a josh sitton question the last 3 day there's a decision that was made on a number of different variables and that's where we are at." lane taylor carries a big roll on sunday. he's qualified on one front at least, he's the heaviest packer, 324 pounds. at leambeau field tim van vooren, fox 6 the packers kick off the regular season sunday at noon in jacksonville! you can see the season opener here on fox6 -- followed by the giants and cowboys. then get a breakdown the packers game with tim, pip and brandon sunday night during the sports blitz sunday night at 10-35. a wedding photo setting the internet on fire --- ahead on wake up --- the breathtaking image you just have to see.
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national security. ahead hear what they would do if commander in chief. just ahead --- apple rolling out updated gadgets. a look at the new i-phone and apple watch. and the kite festival is back... carl has a preview.
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you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. forecast from fox6 meteorologist rob haswell we are still cloudy with a few showers this morning as the cold front slo 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 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. dick adlibs traffic red on
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yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays the skies above veteran's park in milwaukee will be packed this weekend. hundreds and hundreds of kites in the air for the annual frank mots international kite festival. carl joins us now with
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forecast from fox6 meteorologist rob haswell 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
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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 midwe 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 friday: partly to mostly cloudy with rain and thunderstorms returning to our area. high: 80
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mph saturday: early showers then clearing slowly to mostly sunny by the later afternoon. am low: 62 high: 72 dewpoint: 59 wind: nw 5-15 mph sunday: mostly sunny. am low: 52 high: 74 dewpoint: 53 wind: s 5-10 mph monday: partly sunny with a slight chance for showers. am low: 55 high: 76 dewpoint: 57 wind: sw 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny. high: 74 dewpoint: 55 wind: n 5-10 mphforecast from fox6 meteorologist rob haswell 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
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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 friday: partly to mostly thunderstorms returning to our area. high: 80 dewpoint: 65 wind: sw 5-10 mph saturday: early showers then clearing slowly to mostly sunny by the later afternoon. am low: 62 high: 72 dewpoint: 59 wind: nw 5-15 mph sunday: mostly sunny. am low: 52 high: 74 dewpoint: 53 wind: s 5-10 mph monday: partly sunny with a slight chance for showers. am low: 55 gh: 76 dewpoint: 57 wind: 5-10 sunny. am low: 60 g 74 dewpoint n 5-10 mphme to find outho's tum siree in waukesha. she likes her dance team,mnasti oi. 'kelis happy to be turning x day.he likes playing video mes, ridg his scooteand playings oth and sister. 's time for miriam to celebrate in germantown. e likes riding her bike,imming s rthday ce today in
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7:xx the rumors were right --- apple decided to ditch the headphone jack on the new i-phone seven. the iconic white ear-buds will now connect with the phone's lightning port-- but apple will include an adapter for standard headphones. but of course....you --- the new airpods will be available next month. among the other features... a camera that performs better tin low light and a new zoom feature on the i- phone seven plus. both new devices are water resistant -- and come in new shades of black. pricing plans start at about 32-dollars a month with a cell phone plan. the i-phone wasn't the only gadget getting an update. the tech company also unveiling some new features for its apple watch. the new device has adhesives and seals to prevent water from getting in.
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meters. another addition to apple watch series two is built-in g-p-s. when you pull up an activity map on your phone, you can view your route as well as how fast or slow you moved. prices start at 369-dollars. pre-orders for the new i-phone seven and new apple watch start tomorrow. and sony is showing off its new gaming console. this is the play-station four pro. this latest version of the p-s-four console can play games on ultra-high resolution and h-d-r it will also be able to play "4-k" games. sony says this console is designed for hard-core gamers and expected to retail for about 600-dollars. the p-s four pro will also feature a one terabyte hard drive, advanced graphics and a faster processor. sony's new console will compete with microsoft's x-box scorpio system, which was unveiled in june. this just in --- it looks like former n-f-l quarterback and heisman trophy
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future in baseball. the new york mets tweeted out this morning. we have signed outfielder tim tebow to a minor league contract. he will participate in the mets instructional league. tebow held a workout last month. he hasn't played baseball since he was a junior in high school but he has been training with a former major league player.. and apparently it paid off. it's an exciting time for star trek fans! they're celebrating the show's 50th anniversary. why it's being called timeless. and an elephant at the national zoo has some new shoes and they
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explain coming up. luzader says "..donald trump and hillary clinton share a stage. i'm doug luzader in washington. we'll have more on what happened between the two presidential candidates -- coming up." here's a live look at... you're watching fox 6 wakeup news--
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now at 7-30 --- heavy rain and rising floodwaters spark travel troubles across southeastern wisconsin. ahead a look at the clean up across the area. thanks for staying with wakeup.. time now x:xx.. kim, nicole and angelica adlib toss to wx forecast from fox6 meteorologist rob haswell 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
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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. anchor traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays many people on the south side of milwaukee praying for dry weather today after roads turned
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38th and lincoln where they saw some of the worst of it - julie? good morning. all is quiet this morning however, last night things turned dangerous late afternoon drivers were forced to fight the flooding as it came quickly -- the water rising fast on milwaukee's south side. neighbors here say this is the worst flooding this area has seen in years. many cars getting stuck as the roads became impassable. for every vehicle caught in the waters was an opportunity to get them out. marco sotos tow company like others; had a busy night of
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'we just came back, we were on our way to a couple calls getting out some cars that were stuck. we had our trench on even the rain jacket and it still didnt work.' our crews saw about half dozen cars that needed to be towed away from this area last night. 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. the rain came fast and furious in west allis as well... you can see streets quickly filled up with water...causing some hazardous driving conditions. in greenfield -- flooding closed part of the "root river parkway" near 96th street. and a bad night for one homeowner-- after a tree fell onto some vehicles in a driveway. there was also some damage to the home. the flooding also forcing a school in mayville to be closed
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after rising waters caused saint john's lutheran school to be evacuated yesterday morning around nine. and at the nearby parkview school classrooms were emptied around one o'clock. students were taken to a park pavilion for parents to come pick them up. volunteers and first responders spent many hours filling and piling up sandbags in an effort to protect both schools from the oncoming water. you can take a look at all of the flooding in our area. just log on to fox six now dot com or download the fox six news app. while you send us your pictures of the flooding. we area learning new information about a murder investigation in oconomowoc. 34-year-old christina schuster - was shot in the head in her apartment. her brother found her monday night. now police say schuster's car is missing-- and they're searching for a friend of hers that they consider a person of interest. investigators don't believe the public is at risk. the trial has been delayed for a man accused of setting a house fire that
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home near 36th and silver spring on fire back in october. six kids were insid the homee --- two of them didn't make it out alive. the trial was supposed to start yesterday-- but the state's witness didn't show. the judge ruled everyone will reconvene on monday to decide where to go from there. across america --- the fight over zika funding continues on capitol hill. and police are investigating a deadly shooting on an arizona highway. angelica is here with the details. police are still looking for a gunman after a woman was shot and kille the phone with 9-1-1. phoenix police say the woman for help when three men in a white truck were driving aggressively...and she thought they were targeting her specifically. while on the phone...the dispatcher heard several gunshots. the woman was taken to the hospital...and later died. the shooting on the freeway also caused a chain reaction of other accidents. police don't know why the truck was following the victim. the debate over zika funding takes a bizarre turn on capitol hill. florida republican david jolly
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house floor yesterday to send a message about how people in the sunshine state feel about the virus. in the senate tuesday night...democrats blocked a zika funding bill because it cut funding for planned parenthood. according to the c-d-c the number of zika cases in the u-s is now in the thousands. and president obama will return to washington later today after his trip to asia. this weekend the president will speak at a pentagon ceremony marking the 15th anniversary of the 9-11 attacks on sunday. for the tribute in light ceremony in new york. eighty eight search lights were placed next to the site of the world trade center to create two vertical columns of light in remembrance of september 11th. the tribute has happened every year since the attacks in 20-01. nearly three thousand people were killed on 9-11 at the world trade center, pentagon and plane crash in shanksville,pennsylvania. donald trump and hillary clinton have cross paths on the same stage --- it's the
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a general election debate. the forum focused on national security -- and who's more qualified to be commander in chief. fox's doug luzader has more from washington. this may have been something of a warm-up act for the actual presidential debates. but it does give us an idea as to how these two candidates plan to attack one another. they weren't on the same stage at the same time, but they did share a goal at this nbc news forum -- convincing voters, especially veterans -- that they have the skills and judgemen commander in chief. clinton says: "thank you very much." clinton went first... and almost immediately faced questions about her email use... including one from a retired naval flight officer. mos says: "secretary clinton, how can you expect those such as myself who were and are entrusted with america's most sensitive information to have any confidence in your leadership as president when you clearly corrupted our national security?" clinton says: "so i did exactly what i should have done and i take it very
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will." trump would follow with an indictment of the military under president obama. trump says: "i think under leadership of barack obama and hillary clinton, the generals have been reduced to rubble. they have been reduced to a point where it's embarrassing for our country." and trump did say he would open to legalizing immigrants who serve in the military, but he was unwilling to go into specifics for his plan to take down isis. both candidates were asked to refrain from attacking one another -- and both failed on that point. e- mails, and that's after getting a subpoena from congress. if you do that in private business, you get thrown in jail." clinton says: "going after american muslims, defaming a gold star family, the family of captain khan, making it more difficult for us to have a coalition with muslim majority nations... that is not going to help us to succeed in defeating isis and protecting our american homeland." on-cam and this forum comes ... as debate season is
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two and half weeks away. in washington, doug luzader, fox news. yosemite national park is expanding --- coming up on wake up -- what's being added to the national landmark. and star trek turns 50! ahead a look back at the classic sci-fi show. and carl is live at kite fest!
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wakeup news. forecast from fox6 meteorologist rob haswell 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 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
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traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays kite festival is back this weekend in milwaukee. and it attracts professionals from around the country. carl
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rob haswell 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 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
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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 friday: partly to mostly cloudy with rain and thunderstorms 80 dewpoint: 65 wind: sw 5-10 mph saturday: early showers then clearing slowly to mostly sunny by the later afternoon. am low: 62 high: 72 dewpoint: 59 wind: nw 5-15 mph sunday: mostly sunny. am low: 52 high: 74 dewpoint: 53 wind: s 5-10 mph monday: partly sunny with a slight chance for showers. am low: 55 high: 76 dewpoint: 57 wind: sw 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny.
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n 5-10 mphforecast from fox6 meteorologist rob haswell 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 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 ear 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 3-5h fridan earing slowly to mostly sunny the later aftnoon. am low: hi 5-10 mph monday: partly sunny wita slight chce forshowers. am gh: 74 dewpoint: 55 wind: n 5-10 mphchance for show hig wpoint: 57 wind: sw 5-10
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original television series "star trek'' premiered. it aired for only three years. but the sci-fi series never stopped reaching into next generation after a number of spin-off shows and movies. fox's jonathan hunt shows us why this series is still a fan-favorite. snd full: star trek's ultimate saga trailer..." space, the final frontier..." trak boldly going where no franchise has gone before, "star trek" is celebrating it's 50th anniversary with a grow... snd bite: 8/5/16 george takei convention interview takei says: "it's the fans that created this phenomenon, this longevity and this prosperity for star trek, it's their undying love, passion and support they have given to us that has given us this 50 years." snd full: 'star trek: into darkness' trailer / music" trak the science fiction t-v series created by gene roddenberry in 1966 only ran for 3 seasons...but warped into 5 more shows and 13 big screen films,
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starring chris pines, zachary pinto and simon pegg. snd full: 'star trek beyond' trailer: ..."let's make some noise..." snd bite: zachary quinto and chris pine camera x two shot interview quinto says: "i think it's got themes and ideas that's set it apart as a franchise, because they are actually relevant and resonant to today's society, and that's something that has always been a corner stone of star trek." snd bite:simon pegg and karl urban camera x two shot interviews pegg says: "it's a stand-alone adventure, w almost like an episode of the original series had been injected with a little bit of, you know, modern super-pizzazz." snd full: 'star trek discovery' trailer, music and ship leaving port trak and with a new original series "star trek discovery" due to hit the web in 2017, former cast members george takei and robert picardo believe the central theme continues to 'live long and prosper'. snd bite: 8/5/16 george takei convention interview takei says: "we feel very grateful for the fans, because gene roddenberry created the series, it was his vision and his philosophy and his belief,
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ability to solve problems and move forward." snd bite: robert picardo 8/5/16 convention interview picardo says: "it has to be star trek's inspirational message for the future, inspirational and positive. it's a future where technology and exploration and science ennoble man, rather than destroy him and that's a message that's so important now. " snd full: 'star trek:the motion picture' trailer: "...this is the epic journey of the starship jonathan hunt, fox news. still to come on wake up at eight --- drake gets his hot line bling stolen. we check in with t-m-z to find out who was busted stealing the singers jewelry. and ryan lochte suspended. the punishment the swimmer is facing after the scandal at the olympics. but next a wedding photo like no other.... how the stranger that took this incredible picture... was able to track down the bride and
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russ feingold: so, what do you girls want to be when you grow up? girl 1: i want to be an astronomer. girl 2: i want to be a doctor! russ feingold: do you think you should be paid the same as boys? girl 1: definitely. girl 2: yep! russ feingold: well, i raised my two girls right here, and they agree with you - and so do i. unfortunately, in wisconsin, a lot of women make less than men doing the same job. i'll work for equal pay for women, and for paid leave so parents can care for a sick family member. discrimination against any women is flat out wrong. girls: good call!
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for the first time in decades. the national park service says it's adding 400 acres of wetlands and meadow habitat. earlier this year, the trust for public land purchased the property from private owners for two-point-three million dollars. the trust officially donated the land to the national park service yesterday it's the park's largest expansion in 67 years. an amazing wedding photo captured at yosemite national park has gone viral. took this picture of a bride and groom last week...standing on the cliffs in yosemite at sunset. but they left before he got their names. the amateur photographer had no idea who the mystery couple was until recently --- when he posted the photo on instagram. through social media karas got connected with the newlyweds. an elephant at the national zoo has a new... extremely large... pair of shoes
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shanti now walks around shoes on her front feet. 41 year old shanti now walks around shoes on her front feet. zoo officials say the arthritis caused pain and pressure in shanti's front feet that forced her to lean forward. since getting the new shoes... the
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