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wakeup news. now at seven --- supporters of brenday dassey were rejoicing after a ruling in hi a different story. the move that will prevent him from walking free.. for now. and --- a 28-year-old woman is accused of causing a crash that killed a uw-whitewater student. the charges she now faces. good morning and thanks for waking up with us. i'm derica williams. and i'm stephanie barichello. mostly cloudy, windy and cooler today with a few rain showers possible. the temperature will warm into
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moves in keeping temperatures on the cool side. low 50s expected lakeside but some inland spots may dip into the 40s. sunny and comfortable sunday with high in the middle 70s. dewpoints rise a bit monday, along with temperatures, but the sun sticks around. a chance for rain and t-storms tuesday then cooler, fall-like air in the 60s expected midweek. today: mostly cloudy with a few showers possible. high: 72 dewpoint: 57 wind: nw 10-20 mph tonight: clearing.
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brendan dassey could have walked out of prison a free man in just weeks. but what yesterday will stop that -- at least for now. fox6's myra sanchick has the latest. brendan dassey was sixteen years old sexually assaulting and murdering teresa halbach in 2005. dassey said his uncle steven avery was in on it. but was that confession coerced by investigators who fed statements to the mentally challenged teen . august 12th a motion filed on
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attorney general brad schimel is filing to appeal that decision in the seventh circuit. schimel says "two state courts carefully examined the evidence and properly concluded that brendan dassy's confession ...was voluntary and the investigators did not use constitutionally impermissable tactics" the case of dassey and his uncle steven avery was profiled in the netflix documentary making a murderer and whether the convictions will stand. the center of wrongful convictions of youth wrote a response on behalf of brendan dassey. it says "we are disappointed in the states decision to prolong brendan's case by seeing and appeal". last month steven avery's attorney filed a motion in avery's case asking to retest the evidence in his case. stephen avery's attorney kathleen zellner tweeted she can't wait for the wisconsin ag to face the court to defend the confession, calling the
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fox6 news the second of two young wisconsin girls accused of trying to kill a classmate has pleaded not guilty by reason of mental disease. anissa weier changed her plea yesterday morning in court. she previously had a not guilty plea to an attempted homicide charge. 14-year-old weier and "morgan geyser" are each accused of stabbing a classmate 19 times... trying to kill her in an effort to slenderman. a judge has appointed two doctors to examine weier on her mental status and turn in a report by october sixth. a 28-year-old woman is accused of her third o-w-i and of causing a crash that killed a uw-whitewater student. authorities say rebecca wankowski's truck drifted across the center line into oncoming traffic on thursday, striking and killing a motorcyclist. she now faces charges of homicide by intoxicated use of a vehicle,
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charge of defrauding an innkeeper from a previous incident and a condition of her bond in that case stipulated that she maintain absolute sobriety. she's due back in court september 19th. pleasant prairie police are trying to find the driver who seriously injured a motorcyclist and then drove away. police say the hit and run happened last thursday --near 80th and cooper... when a van turned left into the path of the mo over briefly -- then took off. the 35-year-old victim remains in serious condition at froedtert hospital. police have received few tips...and are calling on the driver to come forward. "that individual who knows something, if this was their family member that had been seriously injured in the accident, theyd want somebody to step forward and thats all were asking." the van is a newer model dodge or chrysler. it's dark red or maroon and had tinted windows. police believe it also had
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side. anyone with information is asked to call pleasant prairie police. 44 percent of milwaukee homes may been dealing with lead coming out their faucets. one simple solution -- a water filter. but to filter out the lead.. you have to make sure you're getting the right kind. krystle kacner has the story. you want to look for the nsf logo and then usually right next to the nsf label theyl that health claim a water filter with the label n-s-f 53... means it will filter out any lead in your water. theres really no way to tell what levels are coming into your home so its best just to take that precaution even if you think your waters safe you just never know tedd schneidewend is a mechanical engineer at pentair.. a company that sells water filters at places like menards... and in their lab in glendale... tests them. there's a few options you can do. if you go to the store you can find a pitcher or faucet mount filter. that's going to
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then you have to be more careful to look for that 53 nsf health claim. he says those have to be changed every 3-6 months- otherwise that health claim ----that it will remove lead-- can't be guaranteed. a little more pricy option-- but schneidwend says one with a longer life span-- an under the sink filtration system. nat schneidwend says whichever way you go... its not something you need to necessarily be extremely worried about that theres going to be immediate health danger but every little bit counts stressing as well.. especially for children. we need to encourage childhood lead poisoning testing experts say just because there is charcoal in a filter, that doesn't mean it'll filter out the lead. that's why the certification on the box is so important. the mayor said yesterday another tactic to use-- run tap water
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we have a link to frequently asked questions about lead testing... you'll find it on fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app -- just search "lead in water." our post also includes the number for the childhood lead poisoning prevention program. it's a story ripped from the headlines of international intrigue. and-- it centers around the importance of our privacy. gino sits down with one of the stars of "snowden." that facebook "like" may not do much... why a new study suggests it could benefit your well-being. tomato romp festival. hey julie!
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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,
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for a sick family member. discrimination against any women is flat out wrong. what you think of that? girls: good call! feingold: i'm russ feingold and i approve this message. they say a lot of things about rain. (engine revs) like how hard it's gonna fall. (engine revs) the things it does to your parade. we've got a saying about rain, too: when it rains... it roars.
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you are wakeup news. mostly cloudy, windy and cooler today with a few rain showers possible. the temperature will warm into the low 70s. clouds clear overnight as a high pressure moves in keeping temperatures on the cool side. low 50s expected lakeside but some inland spots may dip into the 40s. sunny and comfortable sunday with high in the middle 70s. dewpoints rise a bit monday, along with temperatures, but the sun sticks around. a chance for rain and t-storms tuesday then cooler, fall-like air in the 60s expected midweek. today: mostly cloudy with a few showers possible. high: 72 dewpoint: 57 wind: nw 10-20 mph
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it's a day full of eating, drinking and throwing tomatoes... julie collins joins us live from the 10th annual tomato romp festival on the east side.
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mostly cloudy, windy and cooler today with a few rain showers possible. the temperature will warm into the low 70s. clouds clear overnight as a high pressure moves in keeping temperatures on the cool side. low 50s expected lakeside but some inland spots may dip into the 40s. sunny and comfortable sunday with high in the middle 70s. dewpoints rise a bit monday, along with temperatures, but the sun sticks around. a chance for rain an air in the 60s expected midweek. today: mostly cloudy with a few showers possible. high: 72 dewpoint: 57 wind: nw 10-20 mph tonight: clearing. low: 52 dewpoint: 56 wind: wnw 5-10 mph sunday:stly 4 dewpoint: 53 wind: sw 5-10mph mm w: 56 high: wi: 58 wind: sw15 mph tuesy: m gh: 74 dewpoint: 61 wind: w-n 5-10 mph wednesday:mostly nny and cooler. am low: 56 gh: 68 dewpoint: 52ind: 5-10 my nny. am low: 51 hig 70 dewpoint: 51 wind: se 5-10 mph mostly cloudy, windy and cooler today with a few rain showers posb. the temperature w keeping temperatures on the cool de. low 50s expected lakeside t some inldps may dip into the mfortable sunday with gie middla
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he likes singing, dancing and going to the beach. its time for gabriella in oak creek to celebrate! she likes gymnastics, swimming with her family and playing with her dog rocky. look who's six in sheboygan! holden likes fishing, playing soccer and swimming. there's six candles on noelle's cake in vernon! she likes eating candy, playing with her friends and gymnastics. hip hip hooray for rylee in cudahy! she likes singing, collecting shopkins and being silly. from lauren in hartford! she likes playing soccer, being outside and visiting amusement parks. to find out how to wish your child a happy sixth birthday on fox six wake up news - just log on to "fox six now dot com" - for all the
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welcome to delicious. wakeup news. here's a look at ...! ad lib that facebook "like" may not do much... but a personal message on the social media site has the potential to lift
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thousand facebook users from around the world who agreed to be monitored for three months. they discovered when people who care about you send a positive message that reminds you of the close relationship -- it can have a positive effect on your well being. however actions such as hitting "like" or passively reading wide-ranging posts are unlikely to have any impact. study authors say friends need to spend some time and write something personal. all anchors chat days before the anniversary of the september 11th tragedy, the house approves an unusual bill. coming up in the next half hour of
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to do when the bill reaches his desk. plus-- many ceremonies are taking place this weekend in memory of 9-11 victims. how some are helping remember first responders through blood
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now at 7:30 --t allowing families of 9-11 victims to sue the government of saudi arabia. why the president says it puts citizens at risk. and --- as remembrance ceremonies are underway all across the country in honor of the 15th anniversary of 9-11. how the blood center is honoring victims. mostly cloudy, windy and cooler today with a few rain showers possible. the temperature will warm into the low 70s. clouds clear overnight as a high pressure
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the cool side. low 50s expected lakeside but some inland spots may dip into the 40s. sunny and comfortable sunday with high in the middle 70s. dewpoints rise a bit monday, along with temperatures, but the sun sticks around. a chance for rain and t-storms tuesday then cooler, fall-like air in the 60s expected midweek. today: mostly cloudy with a few showers possible. high: 72 dewpoint: 57 wind: nw 10-20 mph wind: nw 10-20 mph the house approves a bipartisan bill allowing families of 9-11 victims to sue the government of saudi arabia. but president obama has said he will veto the measure over
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legal risks -- saying if a u-s citizen takes the saudi government to court -- then a foreign country could in-turn sue the u-s. 15 of the 19 hijackers on 9-11 were saudi nationals. nearly 15 years have passed since 9-11... some ceremonies commemorating that day were held in new york and washington, d.c. yesterday. meanwhile, new polls show americans are increasingly worried about this weekend's anniversary. steve nannes has the latest from washington. u.s. capitol, rep. paul ryan, r house speaker we will never forget that terrible day.at the pentagon, robert o. work, deputy secretary of defense it's an anniversary that brings forth a wide range of emotions for many of us.on the streets of new york, and in new york city's one world trade center, sec. jeh johnson, homeland security on each 9/11, each year we look back and reflect.official ceremonies to honor the victims and remember the
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loretta lynch, us attorney general the passage of time has not dimmed the memory of those that we lost. it has not erased from our minds the many acts of courage that brought light into that dark day.but a new cnn/orc poll shows that americans are increasingly worried that this anniversary may be a potential target for acts of terrorism. 50-percent saying they believe an act of terrorism is at least somewhat likely to happen in the u.s. around this year's anniversary. that's an increase from the 39-percent who felt that way around the 10th anniversary of the government officials acknowledged are real loretta lynch, us attorney general we continue to stand vigilant against all of those who seek to do our nation and its ideals, and it's people harm.but they say americans must try to look beyond those fears. rep. nancy pelosi, d california 9/11 does not belong to fear, it belongs to courage. it belongs to compassion. sec. jeh johnson, homeland security terrorism cannot prevail if we refuse to be terrorized.in
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closer to home -- the blood center, doing its part to commemorate the anniversary as well. they're honoring those who were lost and those who rose to serve-- including first responders and donors who stood in long lives to give blood. fox6's beverly taylor with the story. the phones were busy at the blood center of wisconsin's downtown milwaukee location from 7 to 10 am. it was a special 9/11 the phones . milwaukee assistant fire chief brian smith remembers 9/11 15 years ago. "being on duty that day created a heightened awareness to what could potentially happen and could also happen here in the city of milwaukee. :58 so, with that we started going over all of our equipment, making sure our plans for the day were in line and then we just prepared for whatever could possibly happen that day." :08while many people called to thank first
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blood, others came in to give blood-- just like they did 15 years ago. "and i just instinctively, i guess, left work, got in the car, drove here, gave blood. :34 on september 11th 2001 and several days that followed, people flocked to the blood center by the hundreds. "this building was filled with donors, hundreds of donors, just sitting in chairs and standing around. :31 this went on at all of our other donor sites. :34 the blood center sent 500 units of blood to new york local effort with a national impact. that's why this effort-- 15 years later-- is just as important. "...we not only have to insure that we have adequate blood supply in our community but we have supply in case there is a tragedy in another part of the country. :34 other blood centers, other communities often turn to us in a time of need if they do not have an adequate blood supply. :41 bev taylor fox 6 news. the blood center provides blood to 56 hospitals in wisconsin. if you donate by september 16th -- you'll get a commemorative
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the bloodcenter wants you to know, you can make an appointment to make a donation anytime. visit the "links" section on fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app. we included information about why you should donate -- and whether you are eligible. time is running out to get to the golf course before the warm weather ends. ahead on wakeup --- discover wisconsin is hitting the links in central wisconsin. plus... the deputy director of the nsa offered me a new position. can you tell me cant. plus gino salomone gives us an inside look at the movie about edward snowden. and how he gave america an inside look at the n-s-a. julie is live on the east side for a rotten fight that's benefiting a good cause.
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you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. mostly clouy few rain showers possible. the temperature will warm into the low 70s. clouds clear overnight as a high pressure moves in keeping temperatures on the cool side. low 50s expected lakeside but some inland spots may dip into the 40s. sunny and comfortable sunday with high in the middle 70s. dewpoints rise a bit monday, along with temperatures, but the sun sticks around. a chance for rain and t-storms tuesday then cooler, fall-like air in the 60s expected midweek. today: mostly cloudy with a few showers possible. high: 72 dewpoint: 57 wind: nw
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tomato... -- no matter how you say it, they're a good cause. jullie collins joins us live from the 10th annual tomato romp festival.
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chat at hb today with a few rain showers possible. the temperature will warm into the low 70s. clouds clear overnight as a high pressure moves in keeping temperatures on the cool side. low 50s expected lakeside but some inland spots may dip into the 40s. sunny and comfortable sunday with high in the middle 70s. dewpoints rise a bit monday,
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around. a chance for rain and t-storms tuesday then cooler, fall-like air in the 60s expected midweek. today: mostly cloudy with a few showers possible. high: 72 dewpoint: 57 wind: nw 10-20 mph tonight: clearing. low: 52 dewpoint: 56 wind: wnw 5-10 mph sunday: mostly sunny. high: 74 dewpoint: 53 wind: sw 5-10 monday: mostly sunny. am low: 56 high: 78 dewpoint: 58 wind: sw 5-15 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy with the chance for rain and thunder. am low: 61 high: 74 dewpoint: 61 wind: w-n 5-10 mph wednesday:mostly sunny and cooler. am low: 56 high: 68 dewpoint: 52 wind: ne 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny.
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wind: se 5-10 mph mostly cloudy, windy and cooler today with a few rain showers possible. the temperature will warm into the low 70s. clouds clear overnight as a high pressure moves in keeping temperatures on the cool side. low 50s expected lakeside but some inland spots may dip into the 40s. sunny and comfortable sunday with high in the middle 70s. along with temperatures, but the sun sticks around. a chance for rain and t-storms tuesday then cooler, fall-like air in the 60s expected midweek. today: mostly cloudy with a few showers possible. high: 72 dewpoint: 57 wind: nw 10-20 mph tonight: clearing. low: 52 dewpoint: 56 wind: wnw 5-10 mph sunday: mostly sunny. high: 74 dewpoint: 53 wind: sw 5-10 mph monday: mostly sunny. am low: 56 high: 78 dewpoint: 58 wind: sw 5-15 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy with the chance for rain and thunder. am low: 61 high: 74 dewpoint: 61 wind: w-n 5-10 mph wednesday:mostly sunny and cooler. am low: 56 high: 68 dewpoint: 52 wind: ne 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. am low: 51
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it's a story ripped from the headlines of international intrigue. importance of our privacy. the new oliver stone film "snowden" follows the story of edward snowden,the former c-i-a agent who copied and leaked classified information to wikileaks. our gino salomone gets an inside look. why do you want to join the cia id like to help my country make a difference in the world. the average test time is five hours. im done sir.
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i do now? whatever you want. the deputy director of the nsa offered me a new position. can you tell me anything about it? you know i cant. another amazing performance. thanks man, thank you. so first inkling how did you hear about this? well when oliver stone offered me the job i was excited i am such a fan of him as a filmmaker. but then i sort of edward snowden. ive heard his name before but if i ask myself what exactly did he do and why did he do it and was that the right thing to do i couldnt answer those questions so i knew i had some learning to do. and you learned. its an amazing story and i think people need to see the movie who made any judgement about him to come to their own conclusions. yeah you know its complicated. and
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from this is really spending the time to dive into a complicated question shows you so much what people say especially in the media is overly simplistic. they try to reduce it to a headline or a tweet. and whether they like him or they dont like him theyre overly simplistic about it. the truth is, its not simple. think of it like a google search. instead of looking at everything they make public were looking at everything they dont. emails, chats, sms, whatever. yeah but which people. the whole kingdom snow tracking every cell phone in the world. well how do you become him? i watched everything i could find on him. i took the audio from documentaries that he is in. put the audio in my headphones and listened to it on repeat. when did you know you nailed it? when i did it for oliver stone the director and now oilver isnt an effusive guy and when he gives you a
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like him and i said yes oliver thinks i sound like him. were running out of time. theyre going to come for me. theyre going to come for all of you. snowden will be in theaters this friday. you can catch gino salomone weekdays on fox six news at four. wakeup at eight --- the latest out of pleasant prairie as police continue to investigate a hit and run. also at 8... hacking your home... how the answer to some household projects could be as close as your kitchen pantry. and after the break hitting the fairways.. or maybe the rough. discover wisconsin gives us a look at a course for any golf lover in central
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it was doggie destiny was mr. bonejangles expecting the perfect toy at an amazing price? of course not. he's a dog. but that's the beauty of a store full of surprises. you never know what you're gonna find,
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you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. here's a live look outs going to be..... central wisconsin is a golfing hot bed that is known all over the world. on this weeks discover wisconsin -- discover "sentryworld" ... and how it's more than just a course.
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1982 and is located on the north side of stevens point right next to sentry insurance. pete over the course of time became a little dated. mariah fortunately, original designer robert trent jones, junior had some ideas... mariah so in 2012... holes were moved and new land was used creating... mike that wow moment where they cant believe we took the time to create t are inside... you get a sense of rural and luxurious wisconsin. brian 1:34:18 its quite a building and the first time people come back they are really taken a back because it is so impressive. jake the atrium provides a sense of being outside while keeping you out of the elements. jake the fieldhouse offers fifty thousand square feet of recreation area that can be set
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pete we want the community first and foremost to feel a tremendous sense of pride that such a small town in stevens point would even have a facility like this. libby from the cow mural to the community seating... and even an impressive round bar serving up some of wisconsins finest brews... it is a complete dining experience. discover wisconsin airs sunday at ten a-m... right here on fox 6. all anchors chat coming up in th hour of wakeup.. it's a story ripped from the headlines of international intrigue. the new film "snowden" follows the story of edward snowden. gino sits down with one of the stars. are you tired of dark stains on your carpet - or doors that won't stop squeaking? where you can find the solution.. right in your home. adlib weather stay with us - we'll be right back with
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now at eight --- supporters of brenday dassey
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a different story. the move that will prevent him from walking free.. for now. and --- a 28-year-old woman is accused of causing a crash that killed a uw-whitewater student. the charges she now faces. good morning and thanks for waking up with us. i'm derica williams. and i'm stephanie barichello. mostly cloudy, windy and cooler today with a few rain showers possible. the temperature will warm into the low 70s. clouds clear overnight as a high pressure moves in keeping temperatures on the cool side. low 50s expected lakeside but some inland spots may dip comfortable sunday with high in the middle 70s. dewpoints rise a bit monday, along with temperatures, but the sun sticks around. a chance for rain and t-storms tuesday then cooler, fall-like air in the 60s expected midweek. today: mostly cloudy with a few showers possible. high: 72
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dewpoint: 57 wind: nw 10-20 mph brendan dassey could have walked out of prison a free man in just weeks. but what yesterday will stop that -- at least for now. fox6's myra sanchick has the latest. brendan dassey was sixteen years old when he confessed to
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halbach in 2005. dassey said his uncle steven avery was in on it. but was that confession coerced by investigators who fed statements to the mentally challenged teen . august 12th a motion filed on behalf of dassey ruled to overturn the general brad schimel is filing to appeal that decision in the seventh circuit. schimel says "two state courts carefully examined the evidence and properly concluded that brendan dassy's confession ...was voluntary and the investigators did not use constitutionally impermissable tactics" the case of dassey and
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profiled in the netflix documentary making a murderer and there is global interest in whether the convictions will stand. the center of wrongful convictions of youth wrote a response on behalf of brendan dassey. it says "we are disappointed in the states decision to prolong brendan's case by seeing and appeal". last month steven avery's attorney filed a motion in avery's case asking to retest the evidence in his case. stephen avery's attorney kathleen zellner tweeted she can't wait for the wisconsin ag to face the court to defend the confession, calling the appeal frivolous. fox6 news the second of two young wisconsin girls accused of trying to kill a classmate has pleaded not guilty by reason of mental disease. anissa weier changed her plea yesterday morning in court. she previously had a not guilty plea to an attempted homicide charge. 14-year-old weier and "morgan geyser" are each accused of stabbing a classmate 19 times... trying to kill her in an effort to appease
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has appointed two doctors to examine weier on her mental status and turn in a report by october sixth. a 28-year-old woman is accused of her third o-w-i and of causing a crash that killed a uw-whitewater student. authorities say rebecca wankowski's truck drifted across the center line into oncoming traffic on thursday, striking and killing a motorcyclist. she now faces charges of homicide by intoxicated use of a vehicle, 3rd offense owi jumping. she faces a separate charge of defrauding an innkeeper from a previous incident and a condition of her bond in that case stipulated that she maintain absolute sobriety. she's due back in court september 19th. one week after a crash -- pleasant prairie police say they're still trying to find a hit and run driver that badly injured a motorcyclist. as a.j. bayatpour reports, police believe some key evidence might be
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that there was some home surveillance that wouldve picked up at least what the van looked like. pleasant prairie police chief david smetana says there could be some key evidence in the residential area around the intersection of 80th and cooper. its a busy intersection controlled by signals, multiple lanes going both ways. police responded to the accident a little after 9:30 on the morning of september first. acco driver of a van turned left onto cooper...and hit a motorcycle. the driver stopped briefly, then took off. smetana says, at the family's request, police will only confirm the victim is a 35-year-old man. police say a witness described the van as a newer model dodge or chrysler. it's dark red or maroon and had tinted windows. police believe the van would have at least some damage on the front driver's side. smetana also believes there's a chance someone in the neighborhood may have recorded that van either before or after the collision. if people do have a home surveillance system, either
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those surveillance systems pick up a part of the road, id really request they check that and get back to us if they have anything on there. the police chief says it'd be even better if they heard from the driver. that individual who knows something, if this was there family member that had been seriously injured in the accident, theyd want somebody to step forward and thats all were asking. police say the driver was wearing a helmet. unfortunately, that was not enough to keep him from suffering serious injuries. police also say they're confident the driver of the van told at least one other person they're hoping one of the people who know about this will do the right thing. reproting in pleasant prairie, a.j. bayatpour, fox 6 news. mayor barrett is urging milwaukee residents who live in older homes to consider getting a water filter.. to protect themselves from lead.
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protection. if you are looking for a filter -- you need one that is labeled "nsw 53." that "53" means that lead will be filtered out of the water. if you are using a pitcher or a filter that is hooks onto your faucet, you also need to remember to change them every 3 to 6 months, otherwise they will stop filtering out contaminants. "its not something you need to necessarily be extremely worried about that theres going to be immediate health danger but every little bit can help." your water is to install an under sink filtration system, but that can be more expensive. we have a link to frequently asked questions about lead testing... you'll find it on fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app -- just search "lead in water." our post also includes the number for the childhood lead poisoning prevention program. ahead on wakeup. the new film "snowden" follows the story of edward snowden. our hollywood insider gino
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hacking your home... how the answer to some household projects could be as close as your kitchen pantry. and julie is live at the 10th annual tomato romp. julie adlibs
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there's a better way. i've read russ feingold's plan. he goes after the terrorists' oil money and arms supplies. he combines targeted military force with better human intelligence. and, he'll work to get middle eastern states to take on the terrorists in their own backyard. russ feingold offers a tough, realistic plan to protect america. russ vo: i'm russ feingold and i
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you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. mostly cloudy, windy and cooler today with a few rain showers possible. the temperature will warm into the low 70s. clouds clear overnight as a high pressure moves in keeping temperatures on the cool side. low 50s expected lakeside but some inland spots may dip into the 40s. sunny and
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the middle 70s. dewpoints rise a bit monday, along with temperatures, but the sun sticks around. a chance for rain and t-storms tuesday then cooler, fall-like air in the 60s expected midweek. today: mostly cloudy with a few shower -20 m tomatoes aren't just for throwing -- you can drink them too! julie collins joins us live from the east side for the festival's bloody mary
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mostly cloudy, windy and cooler today with a few rain showers possible. the temperature will warm into the low 70s. clouds clear overnight as a high pressure moves in keeping temperatures on the cool side. low 50s expected lakeside but
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sunny and comfortable sunday with high in the middle 70s. dewpoints rise a bit monday, along with temperatures, but the sun sticks around. a chance for rain and t-storms tuesday then cooler, fall-like air in the 60s expected midweek. today: mostly cloudy with a few dewpoint: 57 wind: nw 10-20 mph tonight: clearing. low: 52 dewpoint: 56 wind: wnw 5-10 mph sunday: mostly sunny. high: 74 dewpoint: 53 wind: sw 5-10 mph monday: mostly sunny. am low:
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mph tuesday: mostly cloudy with the chance for rain and thunder. am low: 61 high: 74 dewpoint: 61 wind: w-n 5-10 mph wednesday:mostly sunny and cooler. am low: 56 high: 68 dewpoint: 52 wind: ne 5-10 mph thursday: am low: 51 high: 70 dewpoint: 51 wind: se 5-10 mph mostly cloudy, windy and cooler today with a few rain showers possible. the temperature will warm into the low 70s. clouds clear overnight as a high pressure moves in keeping temperatures on the cool side. low 50s expected lakeside but some inland spots may dip into the 40s. sunny and comfortable sunday with high in the middle 70s. dewpoints rise a bit monday, along with temperatures, but the sun sticks around. a chance for rain and t-storms tuesday then cooler, fall-like air in the 60s expected midweek.
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72 dewpoint: 57 wind: nw 10-20 mph tonight: clearing. low: 52 dewpoint: 56 wind: wnw 5-10 mph sunday: mostly sunny. high: 74 dewpoint: 53 wind: sw 5-10 mph monday: mostly sunny. am low: 56 high: wint: 58 wind: sw15 mphuday: m th the chcfor rain and ue low: 61 gh: 74 dewpoint: 61 wind: n 5-10 hednesday:mostly nny d cooler. am low: 56 high: 68 dewpoint: 52 wind: ne 5-10 mph thuday: mostlynny. 10 mph common household problems fixed with common household items. look at some household hacks that could be as close as your pantry plus-- approving lawsuits. the recent bill approved by the house of representatives and how it could effect u-s
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are you tired of dark stains on your carpet - or doors that won't stop squeaking? the answer may be in your pantry. a local lifestyle experts shows contact 6's katrina cravy and you -- how to fix common problems fast. "he jeanette hurt come on in. hi katrina. we are going to come right into this test kitchen and i hear we are going to do a lot of fun things today. i should be really fun. katrina: and clean. jeanette:definitely clean" "let's see what we've got in my bag of tricks. jane eirdall lip balm. we have some giya olive oil , some carrington farms cocunut oil....and then we have some really dirty sunglasses that my son won for me at state fair."so what are we going to do with all of this? "they they are sort of what they
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polish your sunglasses and keep them from fogging up. "it works best when its really cold outside. or really hot going from hot to cold." "alright hack #1 is done." " nats." "alright a scoop of this."to clean spots on your carpet- jeanette says dab on some coconut oil.. shake on some baking soda. and don't forget some sparkling water. "...nats of opening bottle and fizz"to lift it up. to put in some elbow grease. to remove stains you have to..everybody has tohere's the before and here's the after. "katrina: you sold me on that one. jeanette: let's go to our next project which is the olive oil."a table spoon of olive oil.. a half cup of vinegar and then an 8th of a teaspoon of lemon juice. jeanette: would you like to whisk it? katrina: sure i'll do the whisking. jeanette: you could use this for a salad vinegarette or..salad dressing or furniture and cabinet polish.
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just start rubbing ..see some of the junk just came off. katrina: okay coolbut can jeanette's hacks - handle this horror story? "alright coconut oil can do a lot of things but this squeeky door is pretty squeeky" "and we'll get it from the front and we'll get it from the back ." jeanette: alright now i'm going to go around the other side "well i'm just going to put some on the top and we are going to stick the pin back in ." "alright let's see nooo. that sounds so good. "this sounds great. i appreciate it. that's awesome. alright the
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pecting the perfect toy at an amazing price? of course not. he's a dog. but that's the beauty of a store full of surprises. you never know what you're gonna find,
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morning's top stories. the second of two young wisconsin girls accused of trying to kill a classmate has pleaded not guilty by reason of mental disease. anissa weier changed her plea she previously had a not guilty plea to an attempted homicide charge. a judge has appointed two doctors to examine weier on her mental status and turn in a report by october sixth. a 28-year-old woman is accused of her third o-w-i and of causing a crash that killed a uw-whitewater student. authorities say rebecca wankowski's truck drifted across the center line into oncoming traffic on thursday, striking and killing a
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homicide by intoxicated use of a vehicle, 3rd offense owi and misdemeanor bail jumping. she's due back in court september 19th. pleasant prairie police are trying to find the driver who seriously injured a motorcyclist and then drove away. police say it happened last thursday --near 80th and cooper... when a van turned left into the path of the motorcycle. a witness reported the van pulled over briefly -- then took off. the 35-year-old victim remains in hospital. police have received few tips...and are calling on the driver to come forward. mostly cloudy, windy and cooler today with a few rain showers possible. the temperature will warm into the low 70s. clouds clear overnight as a high pressure moves in keeping temperatures on the cool side. low 50s expected lakeside but some inland spots may dip into the 40s. sunny and comfortable sunday with high in the middle 70s. dewpoints rise a bit monday,
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around. a chance for rain and t-storms tuesday then cooler, fall-like air in the 60s expected midweek. today: mostly cloudy with a few showers possible. high: 72 dewpoint: 57 wind: nw 10-20 mph wind: nw 10-20 mph the house approves a bipartisan bill allowing families of 9-11 victims to sue the government of saudi arabia. but president obama has said he will veto the measure over concerns about exposing americans overseas to legal risks -- saying if a u-s citizen takes the saudi government to court -- then a foreign country could in
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9-11 were saudi nationals. the nation looks back at the deadliest attack on american soil. ceremonies are being held in new york and washington to honor all those killed that day... and to welcome the rebuilding of the world trade center site. fox's david lee miller has more from new york. sunday marks fifteen years since september eleventh. the attacks killing nearly 3-thousand people, most of th city. traders on the floor of the new york stock exchange observing a moment of silence, friday... while the n-y-p-d held a procession from city hall to the department's memorial. homeland security secretary jeh johnson visiting lower manhattan to commemorate the federal government's return to the world trade center. johnson says: "..terrorism cannot prevail if we refuse to be terrorized." the attacks commemorated in and around washington d.c. as well. defense officials
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2-hundred people were killed. rhodes says: "..as our pentagon community continues to serve this nation and protect our freedoms, we will never forget the events that unfolded that day." the house of representatives holding a ceremony on the capitol steps.... pause/nats attorney general loretta lynch dedicating a plaque for the "survivor tree" planted at the justice department on last year's anniversary. lynch says: "..we must continue to stand vigilant against all of those who seek to do our nation and our ideals and its people harm, and we stand died and sacrificed on its behalf." on cam tag in what is now a yearly tradition, the victims' names will be read at a ceremony at the national september 11 memorial and museum on sunday. there will be six pauses at the event to mark the exact moment of the four attacks and the time each tower fell. in new york, david lee miller, fox news. closer to home -- the blood
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well. they're honoring those who were lost and those who rose to serve-- including first responders and donors who stood in long lives to give blood. fox6's beverly taylor with the story. the phones were busy at the blood center of wisconsin's downtown milwaukee location from 7 to 10 am. it was a special 9/11 commemorative blood drive-- first responders manned the phones . milwaukee assistant fire chief brian smith remembers 9/ ago. "being on duty that day created a heightened awareness to what could potentially happen and could also happen here in the city of milwaukee. :58 so, with that we started going over all of our equipment, making sure our plans for the day were in line and then we just prepared for whatever could possibly happen that day." :08while many people called to thank first responders and make appointments to donate blood, others came in to give blood-- just like they did 15 years ago. "and i just instinctively, i guess, left work, got in the car, drove
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and several days that followed, people flocked to the blood center by the hundreds. "this building was filled with donors, hundreds of donors, just sitting in chairs and standing around. :31 this went on at all of our other donor sites. :34 the blood center sent 500 units of blood to new york city....a local effort with a national impact. that's why this effort-- 15 years later-- is just as important. "...we not only have to insure that we have adeq community but we have supply in case there is a tragedy in another part of the country. :34 other blood centers, other communities often turn to us in a time of need if they do not have an adequate blood supply. :41 bev taylor fox 6 news. the blood center provides blood to 56 hospitals in wisconsin. if you donate by september 16th -- you'll get a commemorative t- shirt. the bloodcenter wants you to know, you can make an appointment to make a donation anytime. visit the
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included information about why you should donate -- and whether you are eligible. ripped straight from the headlines and posted to the big screen. ahead on wakeup... gino salomone sits down with one of the stars of the new film snowden... to give us a sneak preview of the film and julie is live at the 10th
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wakeup news. mostly cloudy, windy and cooler today with a few rain showers possible. the temperature will warm into the low 70s. clouds clear overnight as a high pressure moves in keeping temperatures on the cool side. low 50s expected lakeside but some inland spots may dip into the 40s. sunny and comfortable sunday with high in the middle 70s. dewpoints rise a bit monday, along with temperatures, but the sun sticks around. a chance for rain and t-storms tuesday then cooler, fall-like air in the 60s expected midweek. today: mostly cloudy with a few showers possible. high: 72 dewpoint: 57 wind: nw 10-20 mph
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mostly cloudy, windy and cooler today with a few rain showers possible. the temperature will warm into the low 70s. clouds clear overnight as a high pressure moves in keeping temperatures on the cool side. low 50s expected lakeside but
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sunny and comfortable sunday with high in the middle 70s. dewpoints rise a bit monday, along with temperatures, but the sun sticks around. a chance for rain and t-storms tuesday then cooler, fall-like air in the 60s expected midweek. today: mostly cloudy with a few showers possible. high: 72 dewpoint: 57 wind: nw 10-20 mph tonight: clearing. low: 52 dewpoint: 56 wind: wnw 5-10 mph sunday: mostly sunny. high: 74 dewpoint: 53 wind: sw 5-10 mph monday: mostly sunny. am low: 56 high: 78 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy with the chance for rain and thunder. am low: 61 high: 74 dewpoint: 61 wind: w-n 5-10 mph wednesday:mostly sunny and cooler. am low: 56 high: 68 dewpoint: 52 wind: ne 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. am low: 51 high: 70 dewpoint: 51 wind: se 5-10 mph mostly cloudy, windy and cooler today with a few rain showers possible. the temperature will warm into the low 70s. clouds clear overnight as a high pressure moves in keeping temperatures on the cool side.
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inland spots may dip into the 40s. sunny and comfortable sunday with high in the middle 70s. dewpoints rise a bit monday, along with temperatures, but the sun sticks around. a chance for rain and t-storms tuesday then cooler, fall-like air in the 60s expected midweek. today: mostly cloudy with a few showers possible. high: 72 dewpoint: 57 wind: nw 10-20 mph tonight: clearing. low: 52 dewpoint: 56 wind: wnw 5-10 mph sunday: mostly sunny. high: 74 dewpoint: 53 wind: sw 5-10 mph monday: mostly sunny. high: 78 dewpoint: 58 wind: sw 5-15 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy with the chance for rain and thunder. am low: 61 high: 74 dewpoint: 61 wind: w-n 5-10 mph wednesday:mostly sunny and cooler. am low: 56 high: 68 dewpoint: 52 wind: ne 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. am low: 51 high: 70 dewpoint: 51 wind:
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it's a story ripped from the headlines of international intrigue. and-- it centers around the importance of our privacy. the new film "snowden" follows
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salomone sat down with one of the stars. you wanted to special forces yes sir. why do you want to join the cia? i want to help my country sir. ready for a little action? oh this looks juicy. how is this all possible? think of it as a google search but instead of searching all that people want public its everything they dont. emails, chats, people. the whole kingdom snow white. how do you feel? have you seen it? i have seen it. what does it feel like? it feels really exciting. ed snowden is a real human being. lindsey mills is a real human being. that are still alive living exiled in russia. talk about the relationship what it did for him. how it changed him or made him do what he did. theyre two completely different people seemingly. lindsey is a nomad
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and the cia is really committed to his career. too much independent spirit for you? no i just dont really like bashing my country. theyre similar in that from my observation being people who see a subject or have an issue and instead of just believing one narrative or believing something you say theyre like okay i hear you but now like me investigate and tear something apart to reallyn not talking about the troops im talking about the morons sending them to war. what? you mean our commander in chief. yeah whatever you call him hes still wrong. youre lashing out. no im not lashing out im questioning our government. thats what we do in this country thats the principle that the country was founded on. when ed was 29 years old and he chose to leave hawaii and decided to go to hong kong. and release this information and disclose all the information about the nsa taking
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and our privacy he was sacrificing a great love. that help at all? nope not at all. tastes like liberal. that is not my thing. not only was he sacrificing his career and his comfort he was sacrificing someone he really truly cared about. most americans dont want freedom they want security. some people they dont know theyve made that. are they watching us? theres something going on inside the government that is really wrong and i cant ignore it. i just want to get this data to the world. hey. hey. i feel lik if i dont do it i dont know anybody else who can. snowden will be in theaters this
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watching the fox 6 wakeup news. mostly cloudy, windy and cooler possible. the temperature will warm into the low 70s. clouds clear overnight as a high pressure moves in keeping temperatures on the cool side. low 50s expected lakeside but some inland spots may dip into the 40s. a man in illinois wants to break a world record... and he's using his background in welding to do it. the world's largest teeter totter could be sitting in his backyard. the teeter totter is more than 100 feet long and sends its rider over 50 feet in the air. the 77-year old
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on it in 2014... chuck says he wants to make it into the world record book so his legacy lives on. guinness should let him know if it is in fact a record breaker, in about eight weeks. and skateboarder kyle wester becomes the fastest rider ever... at an undisclosed area in colorado... wester burned up the asphalt... at a blistering 89 miles per hour... good enough to set a new guinness world record...it actually crushed the old record of 81 miles per hour... wester said afterwards that his goal is to hit triple digits. catchs
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