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just, there shouldnt be anything in reference to him any more. now at 4:30... a local mother-- of her infant daughter. how she's working to protect others in domestic violence cases. also this morning... developing overnight-- a deadly shooting in brown deer. the latest on what police are saying about the investigation. good morning and thanks for starting your day with wakeup. lets go straight to our fox6 weather expert rob haswell in the weather office. ahead of an approaching cold front, we are seeing some rain and thunderstorms this morning and
evening. highs today will get into the mid 70s. behind the cold front, rain and thunder will slowly ease up and we should get back to sunshine by wednesday afternoon. highs will fall into the upper 60s. were back in the low 70s later this week with rain and thunderstorms returning friday and into saturday. sunday is a bit drier but still offers a slight chance for showers. today: rain and thunderstorms off and on through the day. high: 76 dewpoint: 64 wind: sw-nw 5-15 mph tonight: rain and thunderstorms ending overnight. low: 60 dewpoint: 64 wind: n 3-5 mph investigating a deadly shooting overnight. angelica joins us from the newsroom with the latest. police say one person is in custody -- suspected of shooting another person to death overnight. brown deer police were called to 50th and bradley just after ten last night. that's where they found a person had been shot. the victim died on the way to
suspect was still on scene when officers arrived and was taken into custody. officials say the suspect and victim knew each other. the shooting remains under investigation. meanwhile-- milwaukee police are investigating another overnight shooting. police say a man in his 20's was shot in the arm near fond du lac and custer. he is expected to survive. police are searching for the suspect in that case. kim back to you. the trial for a man charged in connection with fire that killed two opening statements were made yesterday. prosecutors say the fire was intentionally set by michael morgan in milwaukee last october. morgan's trial had been suspended since last week-- after a witness for the prosecution never showed up. the witness was eventually found -- and he's being held in the milwaukee county jail on unrelated charges. morgan is facing numerous charges including two counts of reckless homicide. also today... a motions hearing will be held for the man accused of killing berit beck. jurors failed to
brantner earlier this year. now prosecutors say they'll try again. brantner is accused of killing beck back in 19-90. he's already in prison-- serving a 6- year drug-related sentence. milwaukee police are asking for your help identifying a sexual assault suspect. take a good look at this picture. officers say this man sexually assaulted a 19-year old woman near 62-nd and fiebrantz on august 31-st. according to police -- he woman, pointed a gun at her, and assaulted her. he has a dark complexion, muscular build, and gold front teeth. he was driving a dark-colored, full- size utility van. the co-founder of the neighborhood association there says residents in the area are on alert. antoinette vaughn, co-founder, capitol heights neighborhood association av 'i got the information today so i came home and sent out an email blast to about 50 residents to let them know about the news so they can be on guard and be watchful.' if you can identify the man in the sketch-- call milwaukee
about the suspect who was caught on camera escaping the back of a police transport vehicle. fox6 obtained cell phone video of the suspect getting away. he is 17-year-old "raymond barfield." the police van stopped at a light near 42nd and silver spring-- when barfield popped out of the back of the van-- and ran. he had been arrested sunday afternoon on a handful of charges-- including a carjacking from last year. milwaukee police say they are still trying to determine how barfield was able to escape from the police van. the run. she lost her baby girl at the hands of the child's own father... now mom alexia dailey continues to fight in memory of infant daughter-- and others in domestic violence situations... ruben garcia is serving 2 life sentences for killing 5 month kairii k-eye-ree .. and family friend-- paul kucharczyk. koo- har-check .. but he has a chance for release after 60 years... that's one of the reasons kairii's mom says she's working on 'kairii's law'---
cases going forward... it just makes me feel really proud, and its not like i want to boast about it or anything its just like it makes me happy that im making even the tiniest little difference she's also working to get kairii's last name changed. the request for the name change has been filed. dailey's attorney says they need to focus on that first, before shifting their focus to kairii's law. there's still a and it might not be an easy one.. but dailey says it's one she's willing to take on. a public hearing this morning-- regarding milwaukee county's 2017 park budget. today's meeting will include a public input session regarding pokemon-go in milwaukee's lake park. milwaukee county parks officials aren't fans of the game -- saying many park patrons and neighbors are complaining of parking, litter and congestion issues since the debut of the popular augmented
public will also get to weigh in on the proposed parking meters on the lakefront. the meeting starts at 9 a-m at the county courthouse. and then tonight --the first of nine county-wide public workshops as part of the department of parks, recreation and cultures 'parks with purpose' planning campaign. we'll have the latest on today's meetings coming up in a live report at five on wake up. a judge has appointed a special prosecutor to the steven avery case. former milwaukee county assistant district attorney "norman gahn" will request for extensive d-n-a testing in his homicide case. he's replacing the manitowoc county d-a ... who cited a conflict of interest. avery contends manitowoc county officials framed him for teresa halbach's 2005 death. meanwhile-- one of avery's former attorneys is reacting to recent developments in the case against brendan dassey. dassey was convicted of helping his uncle kill teresa halbach -- but last month a federal judge rule dassey's confession was coerced.
packed room on marquette's campus yesterday. he never represented dassey but says he's not surprised by brad schimel's decision to appeal and uphold the conviction. "it means acknowledging a significant wrong or a mistake, which is hard. it means potentially putting a victim's through another trial." the u-s circuit court of appeals will have the next say in the dassey case. dassey is currently serving his sentence in the columbia correctional facility near portage, wisconsin. americans ... choose to live in poorer milwaukee neighborhoods? that's the subject of a recent 'new york times' article ... and a discussion at the big easy last night. the article says a disproportionate number of blacks ... are living in neighborhoods below their income levels. the panel says ... it's partly because that's where they feel safe and welcome ... and partly because they want to improve the area for the better. is part of it self-segregation? probably. but is that because thats where you feel safe because thats because of how youve been welcomed? is thats
home 5 times in a matter of a month, is it because he has to rationalize, sir, i live here. latisha brookens moved to milwaukee ... from whitefish bay. this was the first of several panels that will be held on this issue of segregation in milwaukee. a former doctor-- accused of sexually abusing a pair of gymnasts-- includin the lawsuit alleges. hillary clinton's campaign-- under fire after a health scare over the weekend. why officials say they will release more details on the medical history for both presidential candidates. rescue crews in new england-- working to save some students from the hudson river. what happened to their boat when they got stranded. time now 4:xx you're taking a live look outside this morning.. rain and thunderstorms today. high in the mid 70s. right now .
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wednesday afternoon. highs will fall into the upper 60s. were back in the low 70s later this week with rain and thunderstorms returning friday and into saturday. sunday is a bit drier but still offers a slight chance for showers. today: rain and thunderstorms off and on through the day. high: 76 dewpoint: 64 wind: sw-nw 5-15 mph tonight: rain and thunderstorms ending overnight. low: 60 dewpoint: 64 wind: n 3-5 mph hillary clinton's campaign...vows to release more details on the candidate's medical history. this-- after a health scare over the weekend. this video shows clinton wobble and fall at a september 11th before the campaign said she had been diagnosed with pneumonia two days before. a clinton spokesman admits it wasn't handled well. this, as clinton is seen as dishonest by two thirds of wisconsin voters. that is a problem for the campaign because it plays to the sense that the clinton campaign is not particularly transparent or forthcoming with information. clinton is missing events for two days this week as she
reportedly feeling better. neither clinton nor donald trump have released much on the medical histories. trump is now promising to release the results of a physical he had last week. meanwhile-- trump is speaking out after clinton claims that half of his supporters belong in a quote "basket of deplorables." trump says the comment was an attack on the american voter. at a rally, trump said his supporters are hard-working american patriots. the city of milwaukee takes a major step to help you make sure your vote counts. city officials -- expanded hours and additional sites for in-person early absentee voting. the three locations are: the zeidler municipal building, midtown shopping center on the north side and forest home library on the south side. a scary monday for some pennsylvania universities-- after they're placed on lockdown for reports of gunshots. what sound officials believe prompted the investigation. the gazebo where tamir rice was shot and killed will come down. what will be put in its place.
expect more this afternoon and evening. highs today will get into the mid 70s. behind the cold front, rain and thunder will slowly ease up and we should get back to sunshine by wednesday afternoon. highs will fall into the upper 60s. were back in the low 70s later this week with rain and thunderstorms returning friday and into saturday. sunday is a bit drier but still offers a slight chance for showers. today: rain and thunderstorms off and on through the day. high: 76 dewpoint: 64 wind: sw-nw 5-15 mph tonight: rain and thunderstorms ending overnight. low: 60 dewpoint: 64 wind: n 3-5 mph developing right now, the united states puts on a show of force against north korea. supersonic bombers capable of dropping nuclear weapons flew over south korea, near the border with the north. it follows north korea's nuclear test last week. officials say the fly-over was meant to ease tensions in south korea. north korea says u-s hostility is why it needs a nuclear
officials say the sound of bubble wrap being popped prompted a lockdown at a philadelphia area military academy. a student reported hearing gunshots outside her dorm and called 911. the school -- along with two nearby universities were placed on lockdown while police searched the area. the cleveland gazebo where 12- year-old tamir rice was killed will be removed tomorrow. rice was holding a pellet gun when he was fatally shot by officer timothy loehmann in november of 20-14. loe was real and that the boy looked older. rice's mother asked her city councilman that the gazebo be removed. a tree will be planted in the new space with a memorial plaque in memory of tamir. dozens of students in new york-- now home safe after having to be rescued from a sailboat on the hudson river. rescue units pushed the boat ashore in new jersey after it experienced engine failure. no one was hurt. the boat is operated by a nonprofit that hosts sailing trips to promote
for the worst, as a super typhoon races towards the island's southernmost-tip. the typhoon has been upgraded from a category 1 to a category 5 storm in the last 24-hours. it's is due to make landfall tomorrow morning local time. the typhoon is capable of winds of more than 150 miles per hour as well as the possibility of deadly flash floods and devastating mudslides. swimmer ryan lochte-- experiencing some controversy during his debut on dancing with the star u-s-a gymnastics is accused of sexual abuse. angelica joins us from the newsroom with the new information. two gymnasts -- including a member of the 2000 u-s women's olympic team-- say they were sexually assaulted by the former doctor. one athlete filed a civil lawsuit last week in california, alleging that doctor larry nassar sexually groped and fondled her when she was a teen. the second gymnast says she was 15 when nassar sexually abused her
wrong-doing. two protesters rushed the stage right after swimmer ryan lochte's first dance and security guards quickly detained the men. it happened while the judges were critiquing his performance. the show was live, but it did not show the actual incident. police say two men had tickets to be in the audience, then changed into anti- lochte t-shirts to disrupt the show. neither man made actual physical contact with lochte. lochte says after the incident he felt "a little hurt"...but says he has to "brush it off." kim and rob forecast from fox6 chief meteorologist rob haswell ahead of an approaching cold front, we are seeing some rain and thunderstorms this morning and we can expect more this afternoon and evening. highs today will get
thunder will slowly ease up and we should get back to sunshine by wednesday afternoon. highs will fall into the upper 60s. we're back in the low 70s later this week with rain and thunderstorms returning friday and into saturday. sunday is a bit drier but still offers a slight chance for showers off and on through the day. high: 76 dewpoint: 64 wind: sw-nw 5-15 mph tonight: rain and thunderstorms ending overnight. low: 60 dewpoint: 64 wind: n 3-5 mph
am low: 58 high: 76 dewpoint: 59 wind: nw 5-10 mph sunday: partly sunny with a slight chance for showers. am low: 59 high: 72 dewpoint: 50 wind: e 5-10 mph arizona police are searching for a giant inflatable cow was stolen from the back of a chik-fil-a van. the franchise owner says the cow is a staple in the community. the cow was in the back of a truck after stopping by the a-s-u game when it was stolen. weighing in at 350 pounds-- the cow would be pretty hard to steal. not only has the owner filed a police report in hopes of getting the cow back-- --but he's also offering free chik- fil-a for a year to whoever brings it back. olive garden is hoping to reel in some extra business with pasta noodles
bowl" passes will be sold online for one hour beginning this thursday at 1 p-m. this year is the promotion's 21st anniversary. the pass costs a hundred dollars and is good from october third through november 20th. buyers can enjoy unlimited pasta with toppings, soup or salad, bread-sticks, and soft drinks. burger king is playing chicken with its customers... the fast food giant is adding cheetos to its classic chicken fries for a limited time. "cheetos chicken fries" go participating restaurants. the new treat that's deep-fried chicken with a cheesy cheeto breading will cost you two-89 for a nine-piece order. ahead at five: walmart is making it easier for you to lug that shopping cart around in its stores. how the company is working toward developing self-driving carts. and then at six... a midwest fertility doctor is accused of using his own sperm to help his patients. how many times police say he did it.
scott kelly spent nearly a year on the international space station -- now he's sony pictures has bought the movie rights to kelly's upcoming book, "endurance: my year in space." the book, and presumably the film, will follow kelly from struggling student to navy test pilot to his friendly rivalry with his twin brother mark as they became astronauts. the book is due out in november of next year. "we're under attack!" "send your troops to protect my people!" disney is remaking "mulan" as a live- action movie... and that's prompted a petition about the casting of the film based on a chinese
an asian actress play "mulan," and cites recent "whitewashed" movies where white actresses played women of color. and the petitioner isn't alone in her concerns: she's gathered nearly 90- thousand signatures. there are one-thousand new words and phrases in the oxford english dictionary... here's some of them. first -- "merica" -- an abbreviated way to say "america." then we have "fugeddaboutit" -- he new york and new jersey version of saying "forget about it." " sorry you're not sorry. and "moobs" -- a term to describe prominent breasts of a man. and finally -- "yolo"... you only live once. 89-year-old fidencio sanchez has spent the last 20 years selling ice cream and popsicles in the summer and on nice winter days. he was finally slowing down-- but then his
june. a man who happened to see sanchez do his everyday job and felt compelled to begin a go fund me campaign. he hoped to raise money so sanchez could take some time off. the campaign ended up raising more than 160-thousand dollars in just a few days. nats of concert one of beyonce's dancers literally got a ring on it during her concert in saint louis over the weekend. beyonce handed over her microphone so captain. he said it was only right to pop the question in his hometown. naturally, the proposal took place during a performance of "single ladies." the dance captain said yes, but then made sure she and the dancers
investigating a fatal shooting this morning. more on the suspect in custody...and the latest on the investigation. and some big hot button issues taken up by milwaukee county's parks department today. how you can weigh in on pokemon go...and parking meters along the lakefront. rob joins us now with more on the weather. approaching cold front, we are seeing some rain and thunderstorms this morning and we can expect more this afternoon and evening. highs today will get into the mid 70s. behind the cold front, rain and thunder will slowly ease up and we should get back to sunshine