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our big story at 11... the milwaukee county sheriffs off find a vehicle that may have been involved in a shooting on sunday. that shooting sent a baby to the hospital. our julie collins has this update. 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,
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similar to this one. the windows are heavily tinted. no license 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. wauwatosa... the right lane of i-41 northbound is closed at watertown plank road because of a traffic incident. officials say the closure is expected to last about an hour. as you can see, it looks like traffic is backed up. again, the right lane of i-41 northbound at watertown pland road is closed
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a mix of clouds and sunshine today with a cool northeast breeze, which will keep temperatures in the upper 60s. mostly clear tonight with the potential for areas of fog. lows will drop into the upper 50s. more sun tomorrow but rain showers are likely on friday. a few showers may linger into saturday morning then expect decreasing clouds. beautiful sunday into monday with highs in the middle to upper 70s. today: partly sunny and cooler. high: 69 dewpoint: 59 wind: ne 5-10 mph tonight: mostly clear with areas f 58 dewpoint: 58 wind: ne 2-4 mph thursday: mostly sunny. high: 74 dewpoint: 59
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palmer and clarke. last night. police say the 18- year- old told officers he was walking in the area... when he heard several gunshots... and then realized he had been shot. he was taken to a hospital for a non- life threatening injury. no word on any suspects. in the city of whitewater... investigators are trying to determine how a fire started at a house. the fire happened on "burr oak road." several departments were called in to help-- but the home was fully engulfed in flames by the time they got there... and is considered a total loss.
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were at a restaurant when the fire happened. now to a story you'll see only on fox-6.... a former church employee... accused of embezzling nearly 100-thousand dollars. 44-year old kelly fischer worked at grace lutheran church in oak creek for four years... until she resigned this past march. she was the acting director at the church's early childhood center... and was responsible for collecting tuition payments from parents. cash... and police say fischer used the money to buy tickets to a garth brooks concert... and spent the money at burlington coat factory, v-i-p nails and mattress firm. her former employer says none of these purchases were authorized. the church has since changed policies to prevent something like this from happening again. tm 'there was cash there but we also had a debit card that she used to do cash withdrawals from
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policies... and has eliminated debit cards altogether. it now also requires two people to be present to count cash... which must be kept in a locked safe. in oconomowoc - police make an arrest in connection to the murder 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 taken into custody in milwaukee -- and has oconomowoc police and the waukesha county sheriff's department. charges have not yet been filed against the suspect. ...three bank robberies in just 35 minutes. kenosha police believe they are all connected. all three banks were robbed yesterday 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. no one was hurt in any of the cases.
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...a warning before filling up at the gas station. police say if you use the pay- at- the- pump feature --- you could be giving crooks your credit card information without even knowing it. wisconsin's department of agriculture, trade and consumer protection says reports of skimming devices are spreading throughout the state. the technology involves criminals manipulating the credit and debit card readers to steal money, and/or, obtain personal, and financial information-- without alerting the important for people to pay attention when paying at the pump. 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. among things that just shouldn't look right:: cameras -- trained to pick-up pin numbers. police suggest going inside and paying for your gas at the register.
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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 has the story. 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 van and they were leaving them overnight in their cages and there was an 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. 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 weeks to fix the issues.
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necessary in order to become compliant with the law. and then we go back in and do a re- inspection. 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. 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. an icon on the milwaukee airwaves will be honored today. a celebration of eric von's life is happening this afternoon at marquette university. von suddenly passed away last week. he was a prominent radio personality
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shows every weekday morning on w-n-o-v . the event, celebrating his life, will run from 3 to 7 p-m today at the marquette alumni memorial union. instead of flowers -- organizers are asking for donations to be made to the wisconsin black media association. a woman calls 9-1-1...saying she's being held against her will at a house in ohio. ...the discovery police made when they got to that house. pipeline is temporarily stopped. ...the latest developments on the controversial project. plus-- three men are arrested on terror charges in germany. the
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c behind bars in ohio...after a 9-1-1 call from an alleged abduction...leads police to the remains of two victims. megan hickey has the details. the richland county sheriff told me he's encountered some very sick people in his career. and one of them is sitting in the ashland county jail. j. steve sheldon, sheriff, richland county "there's a lot of weird, sick people in this world and you try to deal with all of them and try to make sense out of it and you can't always make sense out of
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grate is being held on a kidnapping charge. after a 911 call from a woman being held in this house against her will. when police arrived? they discovered the victim and the dead bodies of two other women. leaving the local families of missing persons to wonder if their loved ones were involved. chris stanley, son of missing woman "he said there's only three people missing in ashland and one of them is your mom.i'm hoping its not her i'm hoping that she's still alive. in another horrific turn of events, the suspect then admitted to a different mu woman in june and left her body in the woods. a tip that turned out to be true. bambi couch page, richland county prosecutor "a search has been made a body has been located and were in the process of identifying that individual."the prosecutors office tells me they have an idea who that victim
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require extraordinary methods to i-d. as for the suspect, investigators believe grates was a homeless man. often spotted in areas like these. j. steve sheldon, sheriff, richland county " he spent a lot of time in richland county ashland county and stays in wooded areas abandoned houses and do forth." megan " this man was not on your radar prior to this though?no he was not. workers remove 30 pieces of heavy machinery... from a controversial dakota access pipeline the crude oil pipeline is planned to run from north dakota to illinois... but the obama administration temporarily stopped the project earlier this week. the "standing rock sioux" tribe says that pipeline would destroy an area that once was the confluence of the missouri and cannon-ball rivers -- a site held sacred by the tribe for generations. it's unclear whether the pipeline's developer will continue working on other sections of the oil
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hillary clinton is expected to return to the campaign trail tomorrow. clinton took a few days off after she became overheated at a 9-11 memorial in new york. she was diagnosed with pneumonia last friday. but others were out on the campaign trail in place of clinton...including president obama who encouraged supporters to back democrats up and down the ticket. meanwhile -- republican presidential candidate donald trump unveiled his new child care plan in pennsylvania. his pr care costs-- a guarantee of six weeks paid maternity leave for new mothers-- and enabling parents to deduct the cost of child care expenses from their income taxes. around the world now... germany now says three syrian men arrested on terror charges... are linked to november's deadly attacks in paris. federal prosecutors say isis sent the men to germany in mid-november. they were smuggled in by the same people... and used
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involved in the paris attacks. officials say the three men have been under surveillance for months - but there are no indications of any concrete terror plots. time-lapse video of a satellite... captures the eye of the super typhoon meranti... heading toward taiwan and mainland china. the strongest storm this year slammed into the southern tip of taiwan people have already been evacuated. the super typhoon is bringing wind speeds of up to 230 miles per hour... and torrential rain. the storm is expected to make landfall on china tomorrow. in florida...tropical storm "julia" becomes the tenth-named storm of the atlantic hurricane season. the storm formed late last night -- about five miles west of jacksonville. julia is expected to weaken to a tropical depression later
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along coastal georgia and south carolina. adlib to weather a mix of clouds and sunshine today with a cool northeast breeze, which will keep temperatures in the upper 60s. mostly clear tonight with the potential for areas of fog. lows will drop into the upper 50s. more sun tomorrow but rain showers are likely on friday. a few showers may linger into saturday morning beautiful sunday into monday with highs in the middle to upper 70s. today: partly sunny and cooler. high: 69 dewpoint: 59 wind: ne 5-10 mph tonight: mostly clear with areas of fog possible. low: 58 dewpoint: 58 wind: ne 2-4 mph thursday: mostly sunny. high: 74 dewpoint: 59 wind: se 5-10 mph friday: mostly cloudy with rain showers likely. am low: 60 high: 75 dewpoint: 61 wind: se 5-10 mph
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early then becoming partly sunny. am low: 64 high: 77 dewpoint: 61 wind: wsw 5-10 mph sunday: mostly sunny. am low: 57 high: 74 dewpoint: 55 wind: nw 5-10 mph monday: mostly sunny. am low: 57 high: 78 dewpoint: 56 wind: sw 5-10 mph a mix of clouds and sunshine today with a cool northeast breeze, which will keep temperatures in the upper 60s. mostly clear tonight with the potential for areas of fog. lows will drop into but rain showers are likely on friday. a few showers may linger into saturday morning then expect decreasing clouds. beautiful sunday into monday with highs in the middle to upper 70s. today: partly sunny and cooler. high: 69 dewpoint: 59 wind: ne 5-10 mph tonight: mostly clear with areas of fog possible. low: 58 dewpoint: 58 wind: ne 2-4 mph thursday: mostly sunny. high: 74 dewpoint: 59 wind: se 5-10
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60 high: 75 dewpoint: 61 wind: se 5-10 mph saturday: lingering showers early then becoming partly sunny. am low: 64 high: 77 dewpoint: 61 wind: wsw 5-10 mph sunday: mostly sunny. am low: 57 high: 74 dewpoint: 55 wind: nw 5-10 mph monday: mostly sunny. am low: 57 high: 78 dewpoint: 56 wind: sw 5-10
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arts center in milwaukee and kwik trip is buying land in kenosha... sean ryan joins us live from the milwaukee business journal headquarters. let's start with -- plans for a new african american arts center. carl is bugging out... on kwik trip land purchase:
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trip bought? 2.where is the companys other planned location?
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bug day is back for another year this weekend at the wehr nature center. our carl deffeb
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protect yourself from medical identity theft. ...see who is most at risk-- and how to avoid becoming a victim. and-- it's a new line of
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here's a look at this morning's big stories at 11:30. ...new developments in the i-43 shooting investigation that left an infant in the hospital.. ...why police are asking for your hel. plus-- more than two dozen dogs are rescued from a house in racine. ...what else police say they found inside the house. quiet the next couple of days but rain does make a return. details on when
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our big story at 11-30... the milwaukee county sheriffs office is asking for help in locating a vehicle that may have been involved in a shooting-- that injured a child-- on sunday. our julie collins has the latest. 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. be a newer lincoln foor-door sedan, that is maroon or dark red similar to this one. the windows are heavily tinted. no license 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
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to children's hospital and treated for non-life threatening injuries. adlib to weather a mix of clouds and sunshine today with a cool northeast breeze, which will keep temperatures in the upper 60s. mostly clear tonight with the potential for areas of fog. lows will drop into the upper 50s. more sun tomorrow but few showers may linger into saturday morning then expect decreasing clouds. beautiful sunday into monday with highs in the middle to upper 70s. today: partly sunny and cooler. high: 69 dewpoint: 59 wind: ne 5-10 mph tonight: mostly clear with areas of fog possible. low: 58 dewpoint: 58 wind: ne 2-4 mph thursday: mostly sunny. high: 74 dewpoint: 59
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palmer and clarke. the shooting happened about 9:30 last night. police say the 18- year- old told officers he was walking in the area... when he heard several gunshots... and then realized he had been shot. he was taken to a hospital for a non- life threatening injury.
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investigators are trying to determine how a fire started at a house. the fire happened on "burr oak road." several departments were called in to help... but the home was fully engulfed in flames by the time they got there... and is considered a total loss. the people who live in the home were at a restaurant when the fire happened. 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 yesterday's hearing was to 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. only on fox6...a former church employee is accused of going on a spending spree... on the church's dime. from concert tickets to
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dollars. our bret lemoine has the story. 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 acting director for the churchs early childhood center, or e-c-c. investigators 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
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july. she allegedly spent three grand at gas stations in three years... purchases that far exceeded grace ecc operational needs... 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 tickets. tm 'we made it throug 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.' more than two dozen dogs are recovering after being rescued in racine. they've been removed from a home police say was covered in
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33-year-old "heather jensen" and her boyfriend "terry bogard" are charged with 26 counts of animal mistreatment. neighbors say they began complaining to police back in june about abuse they say they witnessed. court documents show jensen was running a foster home for dogs out of her house called lucky mutts. but the department of agriculture trade and consumer protection says the facility never received the proper license from the state. in this particular case, records berlin did not show that this particular location had more than 25 dogs. but once we started receiving the complaints, they inspected the racine location. according to lucky mutts' facebook page... jensen had served as the president of the dog rescue group. she has since been removed from her position. that pay-at-the-pump option
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but, a statewide warning may soon send those getting gas, back inside the convenience stores. justin williams has 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. tuesday, wisconsin's department of agriculture, trade and consumer protection issued an alert detailing the fact that reports of skimming are spreading -- throug 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 people to be observant, and look for, you know, abnormalities when they're goin' to the gas
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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 deer. i'm justin williams fox 6 news. there's a new men's line...and it was created by a former software engineer. ...which famous company and tech inventor inspired his brand. plus-- medical identity theft is a crime on the rise. ...tips on how to avoid becoming a victim...in a contact six
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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 has the story. heads down, phone swiping and seemingly wandering.... pokemon go has affected lake 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 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 entertainment enterprise on county property which destroys and degrades park property evidence of destruction: photos of trash left behind, supposedly
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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 create a means for responsible management.. but hasn't received a reply. i think we need a response. we could have a solution for the pokemon and 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. in milawukee dw f6n.
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a mix of clouds and sunshine today with a cool northeast breeze, which will keep temperatures in the upper 60s. mostly clear tonight with the potential for areas of fog. lows will drop into the upper 50s. showers are likely on friday. a few showers may linger into saturday morning then expect decreasing clouds. beautiful sunday into monday with highs in the middle to upper 70s. today: partly sunny and cooler. high: 69 dewpoint: 59 wind: ne 5-10 mph tonight: mostly clear with areas of fog possible. low: 58 dewpoint: 58 wind: ne 2-4 mph thursday:
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wind: se 5-10 mph friday: mostly cloudy with rain showers likely. am low: 60 high: 75 dewpoint: 61 wind: se 5-10 mph saturday: lingering showers early then becoming partly sunny. am low: 64 high: 77 dewpoint: 61 wind: wsw 5-10 mph sunday: mostly sunny. am low: 57 high: 74 dewpoint: 55 mostly sunny. am low: 57 high: 78 dewpoint: 56 wind: sw 5-10 mph a mix of clouds and sunshine today with a cool northeast breeze, which will keep temperatures in the upper 60s. mostly clear tonight with the potential for areas of fog. lows will drop into the upper 50s. more sun tomorrow but rain showers are likely on friday. a few showers may linger into saturday
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sunday into monday with highs in the middle to upper 70s. today: partly sunny and cooler. high: 69 dewpoint: 59 wind: ne 5-10 mph tonight: mostly clear with areas of fog possible. low: 58 dewpoint: 58 wind: ne 2-4 mph thursday: mostly sunny. high: 74 dewpoint: 59 wind: se 5-10 mph friday: mostly cloudy with rain showers likely. high: 75 dewpoint: 61 wind: se 5-10 mph saturday: lingering showers early then becoming partly sunny. am low: 64 high: 77 dewpoint: 61 wind: wsw 5-10 mph sunday: mostly sunny. am low: 57 high: 74 dewpoint: 55 wind: nw 5-10 mph monday: mostly sunny. am low: 57 high: 78 dewpoint: 56 wind: sw 5-10
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medical identity theft is a crime on the rise. nearly two- and- a- half million cases were identified in 2014 - an increase of a stolen medical identity can ruin your finances-- compromise your medical treatment-- and cause you legal problems. in this contact 6 report, jenna sachs tells you who's most at risk-- and how to avoid becoming a victim. deborah ford had a totally clean record. but after a thief stole her purse and used her insurance card to get prescription after prescription for opioid drugs, a warrant was issued for her arrest. "at the time, i was like a 59-year- old lady, never been arrested, and all of
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medical identity theft can lead to all kinds of problems. "if a thief gets your medical identity, he or she can use it to get expensive surgeries, medical goods like wheelchairs and cleaning up the bills and the charges can take years and really negatively effect your credit score." according to the medical identity fraud alliance, once your medical criminals, you can get the wrong diagnosis or the wrong treatment. 'one of the best ways to protect yourself is to ensure you always have copies of your medical records. that way, if a thief adulterates them, you can prove theyve been altered.' also, check your medical records at least once a year to make sure they are accurate. read each benefit notice from your insurance company and call immediately if you see anything fishy. and if you lose your health insurance card, ask for a new id number and a new
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cleared, but it took five years and 15- hundred dollars in legal fees. almost half of medical identity theft occurs when a family member takes a relatives health insurance card or other id, or when people knowingly share their information with someone they know. allowing a friend or relative to use your medical insurance is fraud and is illegal. i'm jenna sachs - contact 6. a skincare company inspired by
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a software engineer.. is now making a line of mens skin care products... and his inspiration:: steve jobs. rich demuro explains in todays 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 you think this is the best shaving cream i 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 real key is user experience... drawing inspiration from steve jobs... everything from the packaging... to the descriptions... are simple... and thoughtfully designed.
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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 lotion called protect. 3;57;30/c 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 effortlessly seems like this former engineer is
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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
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you are watching fox 6 news at 11. a mix of clouds and sunshine today with a cool northeast breeze, which will keep temperatures in the upper 60s. mostly clear tonight with the potential for areas of fog. lows will drop into the upper 50s. thanks for joining us at eleven. our next newscast is at four o'clock... and
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russ feingold: so, what do you girls want to be when you grow up? girl 1: i want to be an astronomer. girl 2: i want to be a doctor! russ feingold: do you think you should be paid the same as boys? girl 1: definitely. girl 2: yep! russ feingold: well, i raised my two girls right here, and they agree with you - and so do i. unfortunately, in wisconsin, a lot of women make less than men doing the same job. i'll work for equal pay for women, and for paid leave so parents can care discrimination against any women is flat out wrong. what you think of that? girls: good call! feingold: i'm russ feingold
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