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money. an oak creek woman is accused of embezzling from her employer... to the tune of nearly 100-thouasnd dollars. to make matters worse... she worked at a church! fox6s bret lemoine is live at grace lutheran church with the story you'll see only on fox6. investigators say 44-year old kelly fischer used the money to buy things garth brooks concert tickets. nat scoring two free tickets to a garth brooks concert may sound like a country music fan's dream come true. for 44- year old kelly fischer... police say it wasnt a dream... it was truly a steal. tm 'we actually discovered it in march of this year.' tony mirenda is the congregation president at grace lutheran church in oak creek. he says fischer worked as
early childhood center, or e-c-c. investigators believe she was dipping into the church funds, embezzling nearly 100-thousand dollars in four years. tm 'well, it was done in little bits - little pieces.' according to the criminal complaint, fischer was stealing cash childcare payments. she also had access to the e- c-c debit card. just to give you an idea... police say fischer stole more than a thousand dollars in april of 2015... nearly a thousand that july. she allegedly spent three grand at gas stations in three years... purchases that far exceeded grace ecc operational tm 'the debit card was in her possession. the debit card was used in faraway places.' places like broadview, ohio... south bend, indiana... and diamond, illinois. investigators say fischer made cash withdrawals of 46- thousand dollars... and racked up 24- thouasnd dollars at grocery stores. tm 'she was not authorized to use the card or the cash in any way that it was used.' thats especially true of some more extravagant purchases: investigators say she ponied up the churchs money at burlington coat factory... mattress firm... vip nails... and nearly 400-bucks on those concert
this, were moving on.' mirenda says the church has changed procedures to buckle down on access to funds... including keeping cash locked in a safe... and eliminating debit card. tm 'its a good thing, actually. it shows that were strong and resilient and that we will continue on.' we stopped by fischers apartment for comment... but she wasnt home. shes due in court for her initial appearance next week. reporting live in oak creek, bl, fox6 news. the milwaukee county sheriff's office has identified the vehicle that may have been involved in sunday's freeway shooting. a 2-month-old girl was injured when bullets pierced a car near i-43 and hampton. the suspect's car is believed to be a newer lincoln foor-door sedan, that is maroon or dark red similar to this one. the windows are heavily tinted.
anyone with any information should call the sheriff's office. three banks-- all held up by the same suspect? that's what police in kenosha are trying to determine tonight. all three banks were robbed in a span of 35 minutes this afternoon. the suspect hit the chase bank on washington road first-- then, another chase bank on 6th avenue.... and ended at the johnson bank on 60th street. police say the suspect description appears to be the same man-- but he would've needed to act fast-- the first location was robbed at 1:56-- he then away-- hitting the second location at 2:08. the third location-- another 2-and-a-half miles away at 2:30. no one was hurt in any of the cases. an update now on a homicide investigation in oconomowoc... authorities say they've made an arrest in the death of 34-year-old christina schuster. she was found dead in her apartment last week -- with a gunshot wound to the head. officials tell us the suspect was arrested in milwaukee -- and has been interviewed by both
sheriff's department. charges have not yet been filed against the suspect. a young man is dead after a shooting last night in brown deer-- it's not the first loss for his family. fox 6 has learned the troubled history of the victim's father. myra sanchick with new information. family members tell me the young man killed last night was expecting his own son in just a short time. 21 year old mannix franklin junior was visitinghi lives in this senior citizen apartment complex. the mother tells me her son was gathering with some of his friends and that's when a 61 year old who lives in an apartment nearby shot her son in the abdomen. however, tragedy is not new to this family. mannix franklin's father, mannix franklin senior was in the news back in 2003 when he was shot and killed by police in milwaukee. at that time he was unarmed, but police believed he was reaching for a gun when called to a domestic situation. brown deer police are not giving a
sanchick fox6 news testimony begins today in the michael morgan trial. morgan is accused of setting a house fire that killed two children last october.. his trial had been suspended since last week-- after a witness for the prosecution never showed up. the witness was eventually found -- and is being held in the milwaukee count charges. today-- the victims' grandmother gave her testimony. it was her home that was set on fire. "we had the locks changed-- but we could not change the back door locks.. so he still had a key to the back door. morgan faces numerous charges including reckless homicide. scattered showers expected this evening with the temperature falling
possible early wednesday then clouds will gradually decrease as a high pressure moves in. temperatures will be much cooler in the upper 60s but we'll be back into the 70s by thursday. showers and a few t-storms possible again friday into saturday then we begin to dry out sunday. tonight: few rain showers. low: 59 dewpoint: 55 wind: n 5-10 partial clearing. cooler. high: 68 dewpoint: 57 wind: ne 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. am low: 54 high: 71 dewpoint: 56 wind: se 5-10
check the radar anytime - right from your phone. just download the new fox 6 storm center app, it's available on android and apple. the packers said they were going to focus on the younger players along their offensive line. and today they showed that is the case as they are making sure one key member of the front 5 will be in green bay for a while. brandon cruz is here with the details. this all came to the forefront when the packers released josh sitton after training camp. and today, they extended the david bakhtiari. he was going to become a free agent at the end of this season. now, he's signed through the 2020 season as the extension is reportedly worth nearly $52 million. bakhtiari was a 4th round pick out of colorado in 2013 and has played in 47 games since he came to the packers. his signing became that much more important after the packers parted ways with sitton. bakhtiari and the packers will play in minnesota sunday night which means the fox 6 sports blitz will also
van vooren can bring you all of the post game reaction live from minnesota. tomorrow the packers begin working on their game plan for that game. back to you. 2 -1/2 million dollars to help people in milwaukee find jobs. it started today. the lieutenant governor showed up. but someone else didn't. who was missing. trouble for a tobacco shop. why this store... is now at the center of a court case. and -- senate race scandals. the allegations over money and emails. those stories in the next 9 minutes.
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from the state to milwaukee following last month's unrest. tonight, we know most of it will be dedicated to helping people in milwaukees north side find jobs. our a.j. bayatpour with more on how that money will help milwaukee heal. its the debut of the mobile jobs access point centers. besides job search information, people can learn about training programs and services like food stamps. in the room over, shanta winters applies for a job with an
yourself. it aint hard finding a job, you just gotta want it. out of the states 4.5 million dollar investment, 2.5 million is going to this jobs program, the other two million, dedicated to demolishing vacant houses. lieutenant governor rebecca kleefisch is on hand to sell the plan. an employed milwaukee is a safe milwaukee. a safe milwaukee is a prosperous milwaukee. if tuesday is any indication, one challenge for the program...might be making people aware of it. we see few people there. winters says another obstacle to address...is helping people get to the jobs. most of the time, its mainly transportation. not everybody has transportation to get back and forth. mayor tom barrett says hes heard this before...and is challenging employers to consider moving or expanding into the city. given whats happened in this community over the last month, im hopeful that many individuals in the business community will say not only is it good business, but its the right thing to do as
are scheduled to happen once a week...for the next five weeks...moving to a different location each week. winters says her application is step toward her long-term goal...of becoming a nurse. this right here is gonna put my feet through the door, just for income at the moment. there was also an announcement today that the center for healthcare careers - which is a partnership of the largest health companies in the area - is pledging to fill 450 jobs with people whove applied through the jobs access program. next week, the jobs access pror assembly church near sherman park. live at 27th and north, a.j. bayatpour, fox 6 news. a former milwaukee police officer is tased and arrested during a traffic stop-- and a troubling item is found in his car. police pulled over 48-year-old gilberto collado on september 8th near 10th and layton because he had no front license plate. it turned out his license had
officers to let him go. eventually he tried to run, and police tazed him. in his car, police found a stolen pistol that appeared to be modified for smoking crack cocaine. we first told you about collado last month-- he was accused of making a threat against the mayor. when he was arrested-- police found an ax in his bag. a fond du lac county judge recuses himself from the dennis brantner case. back in june-- brantner's trial for the murder of berit beck ended with a hung jury. today's hearing was t possibility of a re-trial-- which is when judge gary sharpe announced he would step aside. he said his impartiality could be questioned-- based on comments he made outside of court. beck's body was found a few days after she disappeared in 19-90 when making her way from sturtevant to appleton. milwaukee police are searching for a shooting suspect....after a 25- year old was shot in the arm. it happened around 1-30 this morning near fond du lac and custer. police say two people got into an argument-- and the suspect grabbed a gun and shot the man. officials searched an apartment
a milwaukee tobacco shop with a notorious reputation has been closed for months, but the city still wants the property seized from the owner. fox6's rachelle baillon with more details. the "open" sign no longer flashes at the 27th street tobacco and wireless shop. the business closed up months ago and a court battle rages over its future. "the defendants do not want the building ordered closed and sold by the court." the property acquired a notorious criminal activity and city officials have pushed to mark the place a nuisance. on tuesday, attorneys from the city of milwaukee and the property's tenants and owner squared off in court. the city is attempting to prove that drugs were manufactured, sold and distributed from the building--essentially arguing that it operated as a drug house. if it proves its case, the building will be seized and sold. "if the city proves its case my client loses the business inside the building and the
value and the city takes the money." the defense is arguing that the illicit activities were a product of the neighborhood and conducted in the open parking lot -- not in the business itself. they also say that closing the business down has eliminated the nuisance. but some say the property won't thrive until it's controlled by someone else. "this property should not be in their hands they have proven over the past two decades that they can't take care of it it needs to be in someone else's hands for economic development or just something better as opposed to what it is now." continue on december 12th. rachelle baillon fox 6 news. a celebration of eric von's life is set for tomorrow at marquette university... von -- a prominent radio personality here in milwaukee -- passed away last week. he hosted shows every weekday morning on w-n-o-v . the event celebrating his life will run from 3 to 7 p-m tomorrow at the marquette alumni memorial union. in lieu of flowers -- organizers ask donations be made to the
hillary clinton is staying off the campaign trail after a recent diagnosis of pneumonia. she's scheduled to return thursday -- appearing at the "congressional hispanic caucus institute" in washington d-c. meanwhile, trump planning to campaign in flint, michigan tomorrow. his campaign has not announced any specific plans for the trip -- but the city has been in the headlines for toxic drinking water containing lead. lawmakers from both parties say flint's example of "government mismanagement." eight weeks from election day and wisconsin's u-s senate candidates are accusing each other of scandals. democrat russ feingold is dealing with complaints over his emails -- while ron johnson's taking heat for a corporate payout. political reporter theo keith says the two sides hurled allegations by phone today. nats -- dialing on the phonedemocrats say senator ron johnson paid himself 10
former company. after five years, we deserve to know what was in this agreement and why ron johnson has refused to come forward the payment, which happened five years ago, has resurfaced in the middle of this heated campaign...after democrats filed this ethics complaint. he had an opportunity to set the record clear, he chose not to do that. so now unfortunately, we now have to take this step to get to the bottom of this johnson's campaign confirms the dollar amount was decided after johnson won his senate seat but says it was for back pay, nt donation. the campaign says johnson didn't take a salary for 13 years. and they say it's an attempt by democrat russ feingold "to distract from his wide-open email scandal with the state department over allegations he broke federal law." nats -- from call on another call, johnson's campaign raised questions about feingold's former political action committee, progressives united. in my
republicans have filed a complaint against feingold, accusing him of campaigning while still employed at the state department in violation of the federal hatch act. they want the state department to hand over feingold's emails. theo keith reporting: feingold's campaign says johnson is trying to distract from his own issues. one thing we know for sure -- these complaints are unlikely to be resolved by election day, meaning voters will be the judge. theo keith, fox6 news. investigators call a "house of horrors." two dozen dogs -- allegedly abused for months -- are now getting the help they need. police took the dogs out of a racine home -- and took the homeowners into custody. fox6s madeline anderson with the investigation. in mid-spring... residents along harmony drive in racine say they began to notice suspicious activity from the couple that lived across the street. they were keeping dogs
in their cages and there was an extreme amount of them. :36 ralph baker called animal control once in june and again in august. police say heather jensen and her boyfriend terry bogard were running a foster home for dogs out of their house... called lucky mutts. the wisconsin department of agriculture... trade and consumer protection... the agency that licenses animal rescue facilities was unaware of jensens operation. in this particular case, records of the licensed facility in new berlin did not location had more than 25 dogs. but once we started receiving the complaints, they inspected the racine location. on august 10th... inspectors found dogs in enclosures that were too small and stacked on top of one another. there were also sanitation and ventilation problems. jensen was given three
home. a datcp spokeswoman says animals are only removed if they are in imminent danger. and your inspector did not believe the dogs were in imminent danger. no. she didn't believe they were in imminent danger. but after receiving more complaints from neighbors... datcp... with the help of law enforcement and the humane society... removed 26 dogs from the house... taking these pictures of the conditions they were found in. i was shocked. i did think that those conditions across the street were like that at all. after seeing the pictures, im surprised they didnt do anything that day. according to lucky mutt's facebook page... heather jensen had served as the president of the dog rescue but has since been removed from her position and is no longer with lucky mutts in any capacity. jensen has been released from jail but she declined an interview today. a cleaning crew was at her home this afternoon getting her house back to livable conditions. reporting live in the newsroom.. madeline anderson fox6 news. brad thanks madeline the dogs are being cared for at
adoption. because of the criminal case-- they are on a law enforcement hold. that could change as the case moves forward. find out how to make a donation and help the humane society care for the dogs on our website. just go to fox 6 now dot com. it can seem like a scene out of an alfred hitchcock movie - like the birds... only it's not birds - but a barrage of people flooding lake park! the discussion about all those people playing poke-mon go. why at least one thinks they'd be better off in another county park. of you are making plans to continue your education...a lot of decisions - and now there's help! the list is out of the best colleges and
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9. scattered showers expected this evening with the temperature falling through the 60s and into the upper 50s. a few sprinkles are possible early wednesday then clouds will gradually decrease as a high pressure moves in. temperatures will be much cooler in the upper 60s but we'll be back into the 70s by thursday. showers and a few t-storms possible again friday into saturday then tonight: few rain showers. low: 59 dewpoint: 55 wind: n 5-10 mph wednesday:lingering showers then partial clearing. cooler. high: 68 dewpoint: 57 wind: ne 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. am low: 54 high: 71 dewpoint: 56
milwaukee has one of the hottest spots for the mega-popular pokemon go app across the midwest. but not everyone sees that as a good thing... we do not expect this type of chaos every single day, day in and day out together players -- and traditional park-goers. and coming up we're about to enter the 5th quarter. award winning photojournalist mickie leach shares the view he had of the badgers win over akron through his lens.
one of the most active pokemon sites... in the midwest! but the throngs of people at the park are taking a toll on those who use the park for ?traditional reasons.. and those who live nearby. fox six's derica williams tells us how pokemon go became ?the hot topic of a county parks meeting today. heads down, phone swiping and seemingly wandering....
park like no other park in tthe system since early summer thousands have crowded milwaukee area parks to play pokemon go. we do not expect this type of chaos day in and day out every single day some residents living near poke stops are fed up with the fad. can no longer cross the street can no longer bike or walk to lake park why does the county allow niantic labs and its $500 billion corporate parents to operate a commercial and county property which destroys and degrades park property evidence of destruction: photos of trash left behind, supposedly by game players. game supporters say.. it's not all on them: i;ve never seen any of the disrespectful behaviors i've heard the pokemon crowd is great there are things can be done to embrace something like this the county board has written the game developer.. asking it to
a reply. i think we need a response. we could have a solution for the pokemon and for neighbors. there's many things we could do to make the community whole, lets move them to veterans park lets have pokemon festival in areas that have bathrooms and parking facilities a representative for the county executive ?agrees .. they should be a way to accomodate traditional park- goers.. and those on the go, for pokemon. the n-f-l unveiling the "color rush" uniforms for this season today... for the thursday night games -- both teams will wear monochromatic uniforms -- and for most games, both teams will be wearing colors... but the packers won't be one of them. they'll actually wear all white for the october 20th game against the bears at lambeau field... chicago will be wearing all dark
first time since 1989 that the packers will wear white jerseys for a game at lambeau field. so what do you think? thumbs up or thumbs down on the color rush uniforms? get the fox6 news app -- and cast your vote. just click "sports." on saturday, the badgers showed their skills in all aspects of their game, beating akron 54-10 and moving up to 9th in the associated press poll. in that game, our award winning photojournalist mickie leach was able to show his skill as he
20 students on board when this fire broke out. how the bus driver helped save them all, ahead. plus -- video like this, might be the last you see of miley cyrus on the red carpets. why she says she's done posing for pictures. we have a cool down on the way tomorrow. i'll show you if we'll see any rain showers and let you know when the sun returns coming up in my fox6 forecast. when good, clean food comes to the door, do your best to contain your excitement. to your home or office in milwaukee.
christian grey fans are getting a look at the new "fifty shades" movie... and rapper nelly is in trouble with the i-r-s... the details are in tonight's buzz/ the trailer for the the "fifty shades" sequel was released today... fans got a glimpse of the sequel in a teaser-trailer for "fifty shades darker." this is the second installment of the christian grey trilogy...based off the
in theaters february 2017. rapper "nelly" apparently owes nearly two and a half million dollars in taxes. according to t-m-z... the i-r-s slapped him with lien on the money on unpaid taxes from 20-13. nelly also reportedly owes the state of missouri about 150-thousand dollars in taxes from the same year. sources say nelly is working with the irs to resolve the issues. you won't see miley cyrus on a red tells "elle" magazine that she's done posing for photographers at premieres. cyrus compared the red carpet to the movie "zoolander" saying quote: "that's not how i roll." and that's your buzz. princeton holds its spot as the
states. u-s news and world report released its annual "best colleges" rankings today. the magazine looks at academic excellence, graduation rates and class size among a number of other factors at more than 18-thousand u-s colleges and universities. this is the sixth year in a row that princeton has been ranked number one. harvard university...is number two. we have a cool down heading weather expert tom wachs is coming up with his six day forecast. up ahead-- cat pictures are taking over all of the ad space in a london subway station. why they're making people "paws." plus-- is your money being stolen at the pump? what to look
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. what you think of that? girls: good call! feingold: i'm russ feingold and i approve this message. we upped the ante at culver's to create the new crispy southwest chicken sandwich. all-natural, whole white meat chicken breast. topped with spicy pepper jack cheese and jalape?o ranch. on a lightly buttered, toasted ciabatta roll.
tonight new at ten--he allegedly stole a car at gunpoint and led police on a high-speed chase. he got his day in court today--but it didn't go as planned. i'll tell you why new at ten. ------------------------------ also at ten--look familiar? one suburban police department hopes he does--and that you give them a call. what one victim says he did in her home. tonight, new at ten. mutual say they have not yet determined when -- or how many -- jobs will be eliminated. company leaders tell the business journal they will announce those plans in a few more weeks -- saying which positions will be cut have not been finalized. northwestern mutual says long- term low interest rates have cut into revenues from the company's investments -- making job cuts necessary. construction could start as soon
county's former work-release building into affordable apartments... at least half of them would be for people who are homeless -- or at risk of becoming homeless. the remaining apartments would have income limits for residents. the project on north 10th street has been under discussion since 2014. for more information on this and other stories in the business journal, we have link to their site on ours, fox6now.com. weather scattered showers expected this evening with the temperature falling through the 60s and into the upper 50s. a few sprinkles are possible early wednesday then clouds will gradually decrease as a high
in the upper 60s but we'll be back into the 70s by thursday. showers and a few t-storms possible again friday into saturday then we begin to dry out sunday. tonight: few rain showers. low: 59 dewpoint: 55 wind: n 5-10 mph wednesday:lingering showers then partial clearing. cooler. wind: ne 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. am low: 54 high: 71 dewpoint: 56 wind: se 5-10 mph friday: mostly cloudy with a chance for thunderstorms. am low: 60 high: 73
saturday: mostly cloudy with a chance for thunderstorms. am low: 63 high: 76 dewpoint: 62 wind: w 5-10 mph sunday: partly sunny. am low: 57 high: 72 dewpoint: 56 wind: nw 5-10 mph monday: mostly sunny. am low: 55 high: 75 dewpoint: 59 wind: showers expected this evening with the temperature falling through the 60s and into the upper 50s. a few sprinkles are possible early wednesday then clouds will gradually decrease as a high pressure moves in. temperatures will be much cooler in the upper 60s but we'll be
a few t-storms possible again friday into saturday then we begin to dry out sunday. tonight: few rain showers. low: 59 dewpoint: 55 wind: n 5-10 mph wednesday:lingering showers then partial clearing. cooler. high: 6 wind: ne 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. am low: 54 high: 71 dewpoint: 56 wind: se 5-10 mph friday: mostly cloudy with a chance for thunderstorms. am low: 60 high: 73 dewpoint: 58 wind: se 5-10 mph saturday: mostly cloudy with a chance for thunderstorms.
anchors thanks weather for the worst-- as super typhoon murr-an- tee "meranti" races towards the island's southern-most tip. the typhoon has been upgraded from a category 1 to a category 5 storm in the past 24 hours. it's due to make landfall tomorrow morning-- bringing with it winds in excess of 150 miles an hour and the possibility of deadly flash floods and devastating
august recorded in 136 years of modern record-keeping -- and it tied july of this year for the warmest month ever. going back to october of last year -- it's now been 11-straight months of high temperature records. scientists compiled information from thousands of meteorological stations across the globe. a london subway station is being invaded with cats-- well... giant posters of them anyway. it's part of a crowd-funded campaign started yesterday to replace so far-- they've raised more than 26-thousand-dollars to make 68 ads disappear-- replacing them with photos of stray cats from rescue groups. the group behind the campaign says the goal is to make people think about what's really valuable in their life, and it's likely something you can't buy. today marked a milestone for messmer catholic schools... and
system celebrates 90 years of educating students. fox6s carl deffenbaugh has more on the celebration... nine decades in the making. like the new tree planted outside the high school, messmer catholic schools have their roots planted firmly in milwaukee. "today, september 13th, 2016, is the 90th anniversary of the opening of messmer." since it started back in 1926, messmer has expanded into now three different schools serving almost 17 families throughout the city. 'it actually has turned me into a new person. i literally have overcome obstacles and barriers because of messmer.' but it wasnt always easy. the school actually closed its doors briefly in the 1980s... which made tuesdays celebration that much more meaningful. 'were helping so many children. and they are doing so well at formulating the education and moving on, that i cant feel prouder than i do
actually save it and bring it back to help out all of us to get these great opportunities.' founders day was a chance to look back on messmers history, while keeping an eye on the future. 'messmers importance in milwaukee first and foremost is to confront what many of us in education know is a literacy crisis. and it is a crisis in milwaukee, theres no sugarcoating it.' a reminder growth, still to come. carl deffenbaugh, fox6 news. messmer officials say they have an average daily attendance rate of 95% across all three of their campuses. a bus driver in maryland is being hailed a hero after getting all 20 of her students off her bus engulfed in flames the video of that fire-- caught on camera. the flames broke out on the bus as she was making her last run
noises and shortly after she could smell smoke and saw the fire from her side view mirror. she stopped, secured the bus, then escorted each kid-- ages four to nine-- out of the bus to safety. student "well i didn't know there was fire until somebody yelled fire when i was smelling the smoke. it smelled like a rubber kind of gas. i felt scared. i was about to cry but my brother did instead, so i helped him." out to help her keep the kids calm. the cause of the fire is under investigation. a criminal attorney faces multiple charges ...after leading florida police on a chaotic pursuit. investigators believe she was high on bath salts at the time of her arrest. the pursuit began when they noticed her speeding, swerving on the
once stopped-- she refused to unlock her door so officers had to break the windows out. as they pulled her out of the vehicle-- she threw her car in reverse. police found a bath salts container in her car ...but toxicology results are pending. couldn't take our eyes off it in the newsroom as it was happening -- police... chasing a big rig! the chase in california lasted for hours. it started around 10-30 this morning and ended about three hours later when the driver surrendered. the company that transports hazardous and electronic waste.' the company said the big rig was carrying non-explosive, non-radioactive material. they used a tracking device in the trailer to send police the truck's location. also in california-- crews are working to upright eight train cars that derailed this morning. a witness said that the train tried to reverse on the tracks but the force of the reversal caused a "domino
train cars so a large crane can lift them upright. no oil or chemicals were spilled from the derailed cars. russian hackers have released what they claim are the medical records of several u-s olympic athletes. today-- the world anti-doping agency confirmed its database was hacked and athletes' records were stolen. several athletes-- including venus williams and gymnast simone biles have responded to the leak. that pay-a continues to prove pretty popular. but today-- a statewide warning may soon send those getting gas back inside the convenience stores. justin williams has more more on the spike in skimming. while demarco digs the convenience, yeah, i pay at the pump, a lot. he, now, knows--i t comes with concerns. make me not even wanna get gas, no more. make me wanna go get a bicycle.
of agriculture, trade and consumer protection issued an alert detailing the fact that reports of skimming are spreading -- throughout the state. this is not new technology. it's been out there for some time, and--every once-in-a- while--it resurfaces, and becomes popular, again. skimming involves criminals manipulating components of credit and debit card readers to steal money, and/or, obtain personal, and financial information-- without alerting the card holders. brown deer police officer, brad caddock, says it is incumbent upon people to pay particular attention when paying-at-the-pump. we want for, you know, abnormalities when they're goin' to the gas pumps. but, caddock is quick to include the fact that skimming strategies continue to develop. usually, the devices were fixed, to the outside of the external part of the machine, and, now, it's all integrated into the electronics of the machine. officer caddock says he's noticed some gas stations beginning to place seals where those pump panels close. this he explains is another area for us to check as we approach the pumps. this is the latest in brown
if you suspect a gas pump has a skimmer, you can call or email the state to report it. we have all the information on fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app -- search "skimmers." 10pm open now at ten. unspeakable conditions discovered at a racine dog rescue facility. the new details -- shedding new light on the case. --------- plus. accused of stealing from her own. "the debit card was used in faraway places" the list of purchases made on a church's dime. ---- also. violent crime spree ends in a crash --- and now -- it's ended up in the courtroom.
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