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go....to the controversial parking meters by department has a lot to talk about today. more on the public hearings and how you can weigh in coming up in a live report. 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 into the mid 70s. behind the cold front, rain and thunder will slowly ease up and we
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 angelica adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays happening now - milwaukee police searching for a shooting suspect near fond du lac and custer. police say a man in his 20's was shot in the arm earlier this morning. the victim is expected to survive. this is an active situation. we'll keep updated as we learn more. brown deer police are
overnight. and police say they have a suspect in custody. 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 the hospital. police say the 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. you can weigh in this morning on two hot topics in milwaukee county.... limiting public park use for people playing pokemon go.... and a proposal to add parking fees along the lakefront. on an important meeting this morning at the county courthouse. 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 reality game. at a public hearing this morning at county courthouse -- the public will also get to weigh in on that and the
wants residents input on the 2017 budget request submitted by the parks department and the administrations recommendation to charge for parking along lincoln memorial drive, and at lots at mckinley marina, veterans park, north point, bradford beach and lake park. also today the first of nine county-wide public workshops to take place this evening as part of the department of parks, recreation with purpose' planning campaign. information gathered will support the two major park planning efforts underway- the 10-year parks system master and the 2050 park & open space plan. that forum will begin tonight at 6:30 at kosciuszko park community center,
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 .. 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'--- something she hopes will change sentencing in dome 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.
poorer milwaukee neighborhoods? that's the subject of a recent 'new york times' article ... and a discussion at the big easy monday night. is part of it self-segregation? probably. but is that because thats where you feel safe because thats because of how youve been welcomed? i think we need to look beyond both ethnicity and class and look more at each other has human. the art 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. it was the first of several panels that will be held on this issue of segregation in milwaukee. coming up - - how the u-s is responding to north korea's nuclear test. more on their show of support for south korea - just ahead. plus - president obama holds a meeting with the top leaders in congress. how they plan to avoid a government shutdown at the end of the month - next. and the families of 9-11 victims
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a wet and stormy start with more rain and storms later today and tonight. 76. how much rain to expect next. president obama says he is "encouraged" after holding a meeting with congressional leaders from both sides of the aisle monday. the group discussed what's on the agenda for congress...including efforts to avoid a government shutdown. "my hope is that by the time congress adjourns before the
congress adjourns before the election that we will have an agreement in place to fund the government and that our "my hope is that by the time congress adjourns before the election that we will have an agreement in place to fund the government and that our zika funding will senators mitch mcconnell and harry reid...along with house speaker paul ryan and minority leader nancy pelosi were at the meeting. lawmakers are looking at passing a stopgap measure aimed at funding the government through at least december. the measure could include emergency funding to fight the zika virus. president obama is sticking with his plan to veto a bill allowing families of 9-11 victims to sue saudi arabia. the white house says he'll veto the legislation when it hits his
bipartisan 9-11 justice bill. the majority of the 9-11 hijackers were saudi and the measure allows suits against their homeland. but the president fears it would have risky implications for americans serving abroad...saying other countries could use the legislation as an excuse to haul u.s. diplomats or u.s. service members into court. coming up in the 6 o clock hour of wakeup - a fertility doctor accused of using his own sperm to help women get pregnant. more on the lawsuit filed - just ahead. and after the break - tense moments after ryan lochte's first dance on the show two men now facing charges for rushing the stage - next. and packers coach mike mccarthy saying this weekend's battle border against the vikings is going to be an "excellent matchup."
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 traffic check red on traffica yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no
u-s bombers fly over south korea in show of force and solidarity -- in response to north korea's fifth nuclear test. the u-s air force took to the skies -- conducting a low-altitude flight over osan air base. the nuclear-capable supersonic aircraft did not land in south korea. after north korea claimed its latest test proves it has a nuclear warhead -- that could be mounted on ballistic missiles ... sparking fears among u-s allies in the region. a cease-fire in syria -- negotiated by the u-s and russia -- is underway...and its first real test is today. it calls for a halt to the violence between the syrian regime and rebel forces. if humanitarian aid can get to those who need it most - especially in aleppo, the ceasefire may have a chance of surviving.
said while the start of the ceasefire looked good, "it is far too early to draw any definitive conclusions." north carolina continues to feel the effects of its controversial "bathroom law". the latest group to pull its business from the state -- the n-c-double-a.. the group announced monday it would pull seven championship sporting events from the state this academic year due to the law ...which critics say is discriminatory toward the transgender community. previously, the n-b-a announced it would pull its 20-17 all-star game from char and a number of concerts have been canceled statewide to protest the measure. two protesters rushed the stage of "dancing with the stars" -- right after ryan lochte's first dance. it happened while the judges were giving their critiques of his performance. the show was live, but a-b-c did not show the actual incident. instead, the camera stayed focused on the judge - carrie ann inaba. security guards detained the two men. they are under arrest on suspicion of criminal trespassing. lochte says after the incident he felt "a little hurt"...but says he has to
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high: 72 dewpoint: 61 wind: s 5-10 mph saturday: showers and a slight chance for thunderstorms. 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 mphahead of an approaching cold 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 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: 6wpoint:5 h wednesday:early am showeren b nd: ne 5-10 mph thursday: sy su0 gh: 72 dewpoint: 58 wind: se 5-y oy with a chance for
understorms. am low: 58 high: 7 nw 5-10 mph sunday: partly nny with a slight chance for showers. am low: 59 high: 72 deh g weather et years, you couldlay nnesota in u.s. bank stadium, thtdome, or in rking lot- d be defense. case in point, sunday's win at tennessee. the vikings offense dn't score a touchdown, but coach mike zimmer's" led twice--on 2 forced rnovers. throw in 4 field als, and thresult s a 25-16 win tsthe defending nfc north amps ow, challenge you on the ings you do st. so they're aying very we sin the rly port e tennessee game and obviously had a fine season last year; so this'll excellent match up foy night". 16:54:53 u.s. bank stadium this sunday night. so we'll move the blitz back to 11:05. tim'll be in the twin cities with all the locker room reaction. brandon and yours truly carry the ball in studio. the 2 and oh badgers are up to 9th and 12th in the polls after blasting akron, 54-10 saturday in the camp randall stadium opener. georgia state doesn't figure to
paul chryst's team 'll be without cornerback natrell jamerson after he injured his left leg. through it all, wisconsin's defense continues to be dynamite. the zips didn't score an offensive touchdown.. brookfield east alex james had the big safety. the badgers football the big safety. the badgers football team's win over lsu may have helped uw basketball coach greg gard land a herro for his commitment of two thousand eighteen! the combo guard from whitnall high school was at lambeau field when now 9th and 12th ranked uw tupset the tigers. the 6-4 herro chose the badgers over the lakes of arizona, florida, indiana, depual and marquette. to cincinnati, where willie peralta pitched well for the
point..but the reds scratched out 3 runs in the first inning and the crew couldn't score. ernan pair'-ez stranded the bases loaded twice in the 3 nothing loss to the national league central division cellar dwellers. voting is now open for this week's high school blitz game of the week. talk about rivalries! your choices: oak creek at franklin, new berlin west at new berlin eisenhower and west allis central at west allis hale. i'm honored to feature the winnn cruzer steers the ship in studio. you have until thursday night at 10 to vote on our website, fox 6 now dot com slash sports. have yourselves a wonderful and terrific tuesday. see you soon. an intruder gets caught in the act at a sheriff's office in nevada. we've got the surveillance video - after the break.
high in the mid 70s. right now . when we dry up next! it's been a rough year for a man who sells popsicles out of his push cart in chicago... but thanks to a crowdfunding campaign...the 89-year-old won't have to do that anymore. a photo of fidencio cart went viral in a matter of hours.he's been doing the job for 20 years -- but only in the summer and on nice winter days. he was finally slowing down....but then his daughter - who helped support him - died in june. a stranger ended up starting a go-fund- me account with the hope of helping sanchez take a day off here and there. but what happened warmed the hearts of everyone involved. jose loera / started the gofundme account "on the optimistic side, i was thinking he might get $2,000. i mean, like, 'well, maybe we get him a
awesome." the crowdfunding campaign has raised more than 250-thousand dollars. sanchez is grateful for the donations and says he now has the opportunity to rest. he says he also plans to buy his wife a present. surveillance cameras catch an intruder at a sheriff's office in nevada...' and the culprit got caught in the act! "do not knock over that garbage can. no. don't do it!" through the trash. someone... watching the scene unfold... instructing the bear not to knock over the can...to which... the bear seemed to obey! this all happened at the placer county sheriff's office in north lake tahoe. all anchors chat/toss to 6am wakeup news. now at 6:00 - a fatal shooting
straight ahead. plus: av 'i was devastated. i dont want to hear about that happening to anyone.' plus - right now... police are searching for a sexual assault suspect. how you can help - straight ahead. good morning and welcome to wakeup! rob's weather 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