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now at 8:00 the sheriff's department is asking for your help as they continue to search for suspects-- wanted for shooting a baby on the interstate. details on the car they're looking for in the investigation. plus - the community is coming together today to remember eric von... details on today's memorial to celebrate the milwaukee radio icon's life. good morning and welcome back to wakeup.. time now x:xx adlib weather forecast forecast from fox6 chief meteorologist rob haswell high pressure slowly returns to wi today and steadily clears our sky. well start with a few stray showers but end the day with at least partly sunny conditions. today highs will dip into the upper 60s to near 70 - below
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ahead of an approaching low we get into the low to mid 70s thursday. as the low arrives on friday, we get rain and thunderstorms again. after a few early showers saturday, we clear out and weekend temperatures will remain in the mid 70s with ample sunshine by later saturday into sunday! anchor adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no breaking overnight --- a teenager is recovering after
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gunshots... and then realized he had been shot. he was taken to a hospital for a non- life threatening injury. police are investigating. a new lead in case of a baby shot on i-43 in milwaukee county. investigators are now looking for a very specific car... julie collins joins us live from port washington and hampton ave -- with developments -- julie? the milwaukee county sheriff's office developed a description after shooting. and they say this is the car wanted: a maroon or dark red lincoln m-k-s or m-k-z. they say someone in this 4-door sedan fired shots at another vehicle at near i-43 and hampton. the suspect car then exited at hampton-- headed east. the car hit by the gunfire-- also exited at hampton. a 2-month-old girl in carseat was struck. she's was hospitalized, but is now recovering at home. the sheriff's office is still investigating the reason for the shooting
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suspected case of road rage. if you have any information that could help find this red new this morning --- a home in whitewater is a total loss after an overnight fire. a neighbor saw smoke coming from the house...but by the time firefighters arrived on scene...the house was fully engulfed. no one was home at the time....and no one was hurt. a fire inspector has been called out to the scene. the cause of the fire is under investigation. a preliminary hearing is delayed for the man accused of stealing a car and leading police on a high speed chase. that's because a witness didn't showed up yesterday. 23-year-old larrb felony charges. police say he stole a lexus at gunpoint on august 8th... and was seen driving it august 30th. according to court documents... a milwaukee police officer chased the stolen car from milwaukee to wauwatosa... reaching speeds as high as 90 miles an hour. at one point bradley allegedly blew through a stop light and hit another vehicle. his next court hearing set for next thursday. 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
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discuss the 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 disappeared in 19-90 when making her way from sturtevant to appleton. a celebration of eric von's life is set for today at marquette university... angelica joins us now with more on the event. eric von was an icon over the airwaves and in the community -- and many are sad to see him go. von hosted shows every weekday morning on w-n-o-v . focused on concerns and issues which plague the milwaukee area. he passed away last week. the event celebrating his life today will run from 3 to 7 p-m at the marquette alumni memorial union. it will feature a special program with reflections and a video presentation. instead of flowers -- organizers are asking for donations to be made to the wisconsin black media association. it may be one of the smartest homes you'll see.... what high-tech gadgets you can find
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sport to new heights. how they're performing their routine miles above the ground. carl is bugging us all out this morning. what's going on?
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when good, clean food comes to the door, do your best to contain your excitement. now delivering to your home or office in milwaukee. panera. food as it should be.
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slowly returns to wi today and steadily clears our sky. well start with a few stray showers but end the day with at least partly sunny conditions. today highs will dip into the upper 60s to near 70 - below average. however, we start warming back up again tomorrow. ahead of an approaching low we get into the low to mid 70s thursday. as the low arrives on friday, we get rain and thunderstorms again. after a few early showers saturday, we clear out and weekend temperatures will remain in the mid 70s with ample sunshine by later saturday into sunday! today: a few early am sprinkles then steadily clearing to partly sunny. high: 68 dewpoint: 58 wind: ne 5-10 mph tonight: a few clouds. low: 58 dewpoint: 58 wind: ne 3-5 mph traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no
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from a waterproof tv for your shower -- to motorized window shades. the "home of the future" is on display in dallas, texas. and that's where you'll find consumer reporter steve noviello. he's live at the "cedia" conference! good morning! - idevices - unveiling their lineup of home smart devices, including plugs and switches that are accessible using their app. these will be easy to maintain, plug and play devices that require no professional installation. - seura - selection of vanishing televisions that easily blends
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will be showcasing the products from and they will have outdoor waterproof televisions that can be mounted in the patio or the bathroom. - lifx - lifx builds the brightest, wifi market, capable of producing millions of colors or 1000 shades of white. lifx is unique in that the system doesnt require any kind of hub; everything needed is all inside the bulb. - axis gear is a smart-device that motorizes existing window shades, helping anyone have motorized blinds that can be installed by themselves at half the cost of traditional
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links on fox6now.com the wehr nature center's 12th annual bug day is this sunday. and you don't just get to look at all the different critters.
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high pressure slowly returns to wi today and steadily clears our sky. well start with a few stray showers but end the day with at least partly will dip into the upper 60s to near 70 - below average. however, we start warming back up again tomorrow. ahead of an approaching low we
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thursday. as the low arrives on friday, we get rain and thunderstorms again. after a few early showers saturday, we clear out and weekend temperatures will remain in the mid 70s with ample sunshine by later saturday into sunday! sprinkles then steadily clearing to partly sunny. high: 68 dewpoint: 58 wind: ne 5-10 mph tonight: a few clouds. low: 58 dewpoint: 58
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wi today and steadily clears our sky. well start with a few stray showers but end the day with at least partly sunny conditions. today highs will dip into the upper 60s to however, we start warming back up again tomorrow. ahead of an approaching low we get into the low to mid 70s thursday. as the low arrives on friday, we get rain
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we clear out and weekend temperatures will remain in the mid 70s with ample sunshine by later saturday into sunday! today: a few early am sprinkles then steadily clearing to partly sunny. high: 68 dewpoint: 58 wind: ne 5-10 mph tonight: a few clouds. low: 58 dewpoint: 58 wind: ne
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bit chilly today with highs only in the upper 60s. right now . when we warm up again next. a breathtaking performance for some dancers in china! take a look at this video! the tianmen mountain is the backdrop for a daring routine by
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the dancers are secured with safety ropes as they kick up their heels in a vertical position nearly 43-hundred miles in the air! the troupe named "banda-loop" is capturing a lot of attention from tourists. the idea behind the unique dance is becoming one with nature. the debate continues over regulating pokemon go ga parks. why some neighbors say they're are fed up with the fad.... johnson controls is reducing its workforce... what jobs are on the line as some employees begin to see layoff notices. edward snowden is facing espionage charges here in the u-s. why he's asking to be pardoned from president obama-- and what the white house is saying in response. here's a live look at... you're watching fox 6 wakeup news-- milwaukee's only local news from
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the yard, kevin and asia weren't there. now at 8-30 --- emotional testimony from a grandmother -- in the trial of a man accused of setting a fire that killed two of her
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that tragic night. good morning everyone and welcome back to wakeup. time now x:xx high pressure slowly returns to wi today and steadily clears our sky. well start with a few stray showers but end the day with at least partly sunny conditions. today highs will dip into the upper 60s to near 70 - below average. however, we start warming back up again tomorrow. ahead of an approaching low we get into the low to mid 70s thursday. as the low arrives on friday, we get rain few early showers saturday, we clear out and weekend temperatures will remain in the mid 70s with ample sunshine by later saturday into sunday! today: a few early am sprinkles then steadily clearing to partly sunny. high: 68 dewpoint: 58 wind: ne 5-10 mph tonight: a few clouds. low: 58 dewpoint: 58 wind: ne 3-5 mph anchor adlibs traffic red on
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delays the search is on this morning fired a bullet that hit a baby. the milwaukee county sheriffs office is asking for help in locating a vehicle that may have been involved in a shooting on sunday. julie collins has more from glendale. the shooting happened on northbound i-43 near capitol dr. on sunday. a two-month-old girl was struck and injured while in her car seat when bullets pierced a car. and now police say they are seeking this car. the suspect's car is believed to be a newer lincoln foor-door sedan, that is maroon or dark red
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plate information is available at this time. the car was last seen exiting at hampton-- heading east. the incident temporarily shut down northbounds 1-43 at keefe as deputies investigated. anyone having information or knowledge of the whereabouts of a vehicle that matches this description should call the milwaukee county sheriffs office. as for the injured child - she was taken to children's hospital and treated for non-life threatening injuries. reporting n glendale this morning -- julie collins. testimony continues today for the man accused of setting a house of fire --- killing two little kids. michael 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 county jail on unrelated charges. yesterday.... the victims' grandmother gave her testimony. it was her daughter's house that was set on fire. i start running to the neighbors and ask for help, did you make
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two of them. morgan faces numerous charges including reckless homicide. a consumer alert this morning --- while paying-at-the- gas pump can be convenient... it could cost you. wisconsin's department of agriculture, trade and consumer protection saying reports of skimming devices are spreading throughout the state.t involves criminals manipulating credit and debit card readers on the gas pump to steal money, and/or, obtain personal, and financial information-- without card holders knowing. police suggest going inside and paying for your gas at the register. for other tips on what to look for at the pump...and to learn how to report a possible skimming device..just head to fox 6 now dot com and search "skimmers". milwaukee's lake park is quickly becoming one of the most active pokemon sites... in the midwest! but some residents living near poke stops are fed up with the
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details. the large amounts of people at the park are taking a toll on people who use the park for ?traditional reasons.. and those who live nearby. they voiced their concerns at a public hearing yesterday morning -- pictures were distributed showing trash and destruction left behind, supposedly by game players. but game supporters claim it's not them. the county board and counsel has issued a letter to niantic who developed the game in effort to create a means for responsible management -- but still has not "i think we need a response. we could have a solution for the pokemon crew 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
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goers.. and those on the go, for pokemon. an update now on some looming johnson controls job cuts. the cuts were first announced last september. we've learned layoff notices were sent out yesterday to i-t employees at johnson controls' west allis complex. johnson controls tells us these cuts are part of its global workforce reduction plan to save 250 million dollars a year. no word on exactly how many workers are being let go -- but we were previously told it was about a third of the 500 i-t workers. new this morning --- n-s-a whistle-blower edward snowden is making his case for a presidential pardon. he's been living in russia since 20-13... and wants to return to the u-s. andrew spencer has the story. president barack obama doesn't seem to be softening his stance on snowden. when asked if there's a chance the president would pardon the n-s-a whistle-blower, white house press secretary josh earnest responded like this: josh earnest / white house press secretary "the fact is the manner in which mr. snowden chose to disclose
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states, harmed our national security, and put the american people at greater risk."edward snowden argues his leaks about massive government surveillance programs were a public service. in a video interview with the guardian, he says without the revelation, quote, "we'd be worse off." the former contractor fled the country three years ago. he's being charged with espionage. ...but not everyone agrees what snowden did was wrong. oliver stone, who directed a new film about the whistle-blower, praised snowden's actions in an interview with oliver stone / director of "snowden" "the united states government developed and deployed a massive global surveillance system without democratic consent and there was one person who revealed that and that was mr. snowden and he did so with conviction and love of country."joseph gordon-levitt stars in the film, "snowden," which releases in theaters this weekend. i'm andrew spencer, fox six news. civil rights groups like amnesty international and the a-c-l-u
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obama to pardon snowden. they're planning to hold a news conference in new york later this morning at 10 a-m. the latest i-phone isn't even in store yet. ahead on wake up --- just how many have been sold. and the iron horse hotel is celebrating a big birthday. after the break how you can get in on the fun. and carl has a preview of bug
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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. 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. my moderate to severe chronic plaque psoriasis made a simple trip to the grocery store anything but simple.
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ist about humira. he explained that humira works inside my body to target and help block a specific source of inflammation that contributes to my symptoms. in clinical trials, most adults taking humira were clear or almost clear, and many saw 75% and even 90% clearance in just 4 months. humira can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis. serious, sometimes fatal infections and cancers, including lymphoma, have happened; as have blood, liver, and nervous system problems, serious allergic reactions, and new or worsening heart failure. or tb. tell your doctor if you've been to areas where certain fungal infections are common, and if you've had tb, hepatitis b, are prone to infections, or have flu-like symptoms or sores. don't start humira if you have an infection. ask about humira, the #1 prescribed biologic by dermatologists.
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kramp live cass: plus --
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angelica: the new app that's making sure no one gets left out at lunchtime. ===== cass: and -- are you still fantasizing about fair food? ===== angelica: in today's dining with duria i have a copycat recipe for the most amazing sandwich from the minnesota state fair. the recipe - next on real milwaukee. iron horse hotel is celebratin executive chef joshua rogers and katie steward are here to tell us what's on the menu for the
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the iron horse hotels 8th birthday with a party in the yard tomorrow from 6-9pm. and you can learn to cook like a pro... chef rogers will have a cooking demo this sunday at the milwaukee public market at one p-m. tickets are 29-dollars. high pressure slowly returns to wi today and steadily clears our sky. well start with a few stray showers but end the day with at
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will dip into the upper 60s to near 70 - below average. however, we start warming back up again tomorrow. ahead of an approaching low we get into the low to mid 70s thursday. as the low arrives on friday, we get rain and thunderstorms again. after a few early showers saturday, we clear out and weekend temperatures will remain in the mid 70s with ample sunshine by later saturday into sunday! today: a few early am sprinkles then steadily clearing to partly sunny. g wind: ne 5-10 mph tonight: a few clouds. low: 58 dewpoint: 58 wind: ne 3-5 mph high pressure slowly returns to wi today and steadily clears our sky. well start with a few stray showers but end the day with at least partly sunny conditions. today highs will dip into the upper 60s to near 70 - below average. however, we start warming back
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approaching low we get into the low to mid 70s thursday. as the low arrives on friday, we get rain and thunderstorms again. after a few early showers saturday, we clear out and weekend temperatures will remain in the mid 70s with ample sunshine by later saturday into sunday! today: a few early am sprinkles then steadily clearing to partly sunny. high: 68 dewpoint: 58 few clouds. low: 58 dewpoint: 58
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in franklin, getting as close as you can to all things creepy and crawly. he rejoins us now
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an apple store here in wisconsin has some customers very
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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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goodbye to the tech world. he's now making a line of mens skin care products... rich demuro explains his inspiration in this morning's tech report. mavericks is a brand new line of skin care stuff for men... but the guy behind it isnt a beauty expert... or even a chemist. hes a former software engineer who says apple inspired him to make taking care of your face... easier. 2;28;55/do shaving cream in the world? its the best shaving cream any of us has ever tried... mavericks isnt your typical silicon valley startup... brad yim not your typical founder. 2;17;35/our mission is to make really really good skin care really simple and easy to use. the former software engineer saw an opportunity to simplify mens skin care... so he created a slick system of four products to take care of your face... 2;19;35/the
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drawing inspiration from steve jobs... everything from the packaging... to the descriptions... are simple... and thoughtfully designed. yim says if its complicated... people wont stick to it. 2;20;09/steve jobs really took the whole consumer good industry to the next level the products are made in the u-s and are free of things like synthetic dyes, parabens and fragrances. 3;56;42/3 step process starting with the face wash... 3;56;46/really like the smell of this one..nice and minty 3;57;20/next its on to the face 3;57;30/cant say i like the smell of this one as much 3;57;41/then at night you use this stuff...called rebuild i find mavericks to be just as good as my favorites from kiehl's... and the shave cream... even better. 3;58;18/its thick...almost like a toothpaste consistency... and the smell excellent 2;21;34/then the magic is when you add water to it it activates and creates a super slick low friction surface to let your razor glide
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on to something... applying apple logic... to something outside the tech world 2;23;17/because i think when something looks nicer youre more likely to keep it around...and it will prompt you to use it more often mavericks name was inspired by the surfing spot in northern california....near the companys headquarters... a recent version of apples software shared the same name. to learn more, rich on tech dot tv stores until friday -- but sales are skyrocketing. t-mobile and sprint say pre-orders are up nearly four times from the previous two models, the i-phone six and i-phone six-s. apple says it won't release its first weekend sales figures this year... for the first time in its i-phone history. meantime, apple's latest software update is causing major problems for some i-phone and i-pad owners. a bug left devices temporarily
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new i-o-s ten. users who experienced a failed update were required to plug devices into computers and connect to i-tunes to restore the system. an apple store in green bay is leaving some people a little bit confused. while most apple stores are getting ready to sell the new i-phone --- this store has nothing to do with technology. this shop specializes in the apples you eat. but the store is getting calls from people who think they're reaching out to the tech company. fix phones and computers and things like that. and i have to explain to them these apples are what you eat. they don't want me working on their computers anyhow." green bay's apple store currently features sweet tango apples from door county. more varieties are expected in the coming weeks. real milwaukee starts now you are watching real milwaukee
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intro show: welcome to real milwaukee! nicole toss to kramp: riverworks week brian is previewing riverworks week highlighting creativity, innovation & entrepreneurship in the riverwest harambee

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