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now at ten-- leaked to the british press! sealed documents from a john doe investigation into governor walker the pages are revealing... ---------- plus. two officers injured -- after a weapon is brought to school. the confrontation as they tried to take a teen into custody. -------------- also. a night out on the town takes a tragic turn. "this is unbelievable, it feels so unreal. about her being gone.." that is our big story tonight. prayers and sorrow tonight - for
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single-vehicle car crash sunday near 32-nd and atkinson. another woman was badly hurt. today, the driver of the car they were in is charged. fox six's bret lemoine is outside the milwaukee county courthouse with more. police say the driver shouldnt have been behind the wheel. they say he was drunk... and had a suspended license. it started as a birthday party saturday night... and ended in a deadly
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two milwaukee police officers... injured tonight while trying to take a 13-year-old-student into custody at benajmin franklin school. police say the teen brought a soft shot, plastic bb gun to school. madeline anderson is live t district five headquarters at 4th and locust with the latest. police say while the officers were attempting to talk to the student... he became physically combative toward them. a spokeswoman with milwaukee public schools says fortunately the incident didnt' involve any other students and was contained to the school office. mps says the gun was a toy pellet gun. the officers responded to franklin around 2-30 this
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taken into custody after resisting their attempts to control him. the officers were hospitalized for non-life-threatening injuries. people who live near the school are relieved the situation didn't end up worse. it was like very disturbing to know that a kid would bring a gun to school. the school wasnt safe, knowing that there was a gun in the building. children and guns really dont mix. they dont mix at all. the case will be presented to the milwaukee county district attorneys office in the coming days. reporting live madeline anderson fox6 news. mary thanks madeline an angry parent accused of making terrorist threats against his child's school is out of jail -- after posting his 7- thousand dollar cash bond. "jesse culp" had his court hearing today -- after "random lake" school officials say he threatened to
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complaint, school officials contacted culp because his child had a dress code violation. culp thought his child was being harassed and wanted a principal removed. the superintendent feared for the principle's safety. "without a doubt it was certainly a threat that the school took as to be a threat of the school's property." documents say a family member of culp's told law enforcers that he is a veteran who suffers significant post-traumatic stress disorder and other psychological issues. surveillance pictures of the man who robbed three banks yesterday. police say the same suspect is believed to be responsible for all three robberies -- which happened yesterday afternoon -- all within 35 minutes. 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. if you recognize the suspect -- you're asked to call kenosha police.
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protected lead paint manufacturers after one of them helped republicans win elections. that's according to documents from a now-closed john doe investigation. political reporter theo keith says they were leaked to a british newspaper, the guardian. the documents show that republicans approved a law helping companies that made lead paint, protecting them from lawsuits, after one of their owners gave money to republican causes, it comes as prosecutors want the u-s supreme court to reopen the case into walker's 2012 campaign. theres a stench in this building democrats say what we're about to explain amounts to payback. nats -- recall walker! in the wake of act 10, as recalls loomed, governor walker's efforts to defeat them ramped up. documents published by the guardian newspaper show walker went after corporate donors..directing them to the wisconsin club for growth, where there was no limit to how much they could give. one wrote a 10-thousand dollar check
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then there was harold simmons, then owner of nl industries, who sent one check, then another, then another, totaling 750-thousand dollars. nl industries had made lead paint, before the u-s banned it in 1978, and was facing lawsuits over health effects. in 2013, the year after republicans survived the recalls, they passed legislation that retroactively protected lead paint makers from lawsuits. im anxious for that paul harvey moment, 'now the rest of the story,' because i think theres a lot more to th milwaukee mayor tom barrett, who lost to walker in the 2012 recall, said he was shocked. i have to admit, my reaction was wow john doe investigators were looking into whether walker's campaign and the club for growth had coordinated illegally. last year, the state supreme court shut down the investigation, saying it found nothing illegal. walker's campaign spokesman sent a statement calling the john doe investigation "baseless." that
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issue. you may be asking, aren't john does supposed to be secret? yes -- although this one has been leaking from the beginning. milwaukee county d-a john chisholm, who's one of the john doe prosecutors, says it's a crime to leak john doe material. he supports an investigation to find out who did it. republicans are also questioning the leak. how can we trust a system, how can we t 'secret' operation that releases 1,500 pages of 'secret documents? somethings wrong there republicans say john does are used as political witchhunts. late last year, they restricted the use of such investigations in the future. if you'd like to sift through the pages of information yourself... we have a link to the documents on the home page of fox6 now dot com -- and the fox6 news app. you'll also
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we've done in the past. governor walker says he'll unveil his plans to improve wisconsin's roads tomorrow. walker says the two-year transportation budget has more funding for all levels of local government. to pay for it, the governor says he'll try not to increase taxes or fees. and he's pledging to keep borrowing low, after fellow republicans criticized him for including too much debt in his last budget. new at ten. a conversation about the wisconsin corrections secretary holding a public meeting tonight in racine county. many that turned out were correctional officers -- asking about things like: overtime, time off, and benefits. it did get heated at times. there were also some questions about the controversial lincoln hills school -- and what's being done to address the problems. litscher says: "we have made many changes at lincoln hills/copper lake for the safety of the youth that are entrusted to us to provide for their
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that they need." lit-cher litscher says new staff has been added at the school -- and existing staff has received new training to deal with the teens. it's a rivarly that goes back decades, but come this sunday a new chapter in the vikings - packers will be written. gone is the giant hefty bag known as the metrodome. the vikings now play in the super trendy--and as they say in minnesota--super spendy--u-s bank stadium. tim van vooren talked with the packers about they e stadium. "the packers get to workout in the shadow of lambeau field one of the most historic stadiums in the nfl as they get set for sunday nights game at minnesota the first regular season game ever at us bank stadium, 66,000 fans they'll be screaming they'll be loud and their seats and suites are closest to the action in the entire nfl. "crowds at minnesota have always been loud the old metrodome was rocking there a few years ago and you gotta withstand that surge
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media and i guess that the viking on the motorcycle is not going to be there so it will be a little quieter in pregame but we expect it to be rocking when we are on offense." "my understanding is that it's going to be very loud in the new stadium suppose to be a very impressive facility." "it will be kind of fun to go in there with the brand new stadium try to get out and everything." "the packers will travel to twin cities on saturday but they will not go visit the new stadium it might be an issue if it wa a the sun coming through the glass roof, but packers coach mike mccarthy says that the fact that its a night game eliminates some of those concerns so they won't check out the new facility beforehand. at lambeau field tim van vooren fox 6 sports." just a reminder -- because the packers play minnesota late sunday -- that means the fox 6 sports blitz will also go on late. tune in at 11:05.... as tim van vooren will be live in minnesota with all the post
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brandon cruz will be holding down the fort in the studio. a fall-like feel to the air... a warmup headed our way though. weather expert tom wachs is out on the weather deck tonight... warmer tomorrow with thunderstorm chances by the end of the week. i'll have your forecasc plus. the milwaukee county board -- divided. will the health and human services director keep his job? the votes that could determine his fate. also ahead -- if you've got little ones running around your house -- listen up. the safety checklist you should go through
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a milwaukee county board committee doesn't want the director of health and human services to keep his job... after 6 years with the county. it's recommending the full board vote to reject the reappointment of hector colon. today's committee vote was two next's week's vote of the full county board is expected to be close as well. more than two dozen people went before the committee.. trying to sway opinion on director hector colon. board members were present.. some admitted they still don't know which way their vote will go. "if were interested in continuing the momentum and continuing that transition""and having the county continue to build a reputation being on the right side of that reform
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?happy with ?sex offender placement in residential areas.. and where to best place milwaukee county's juvenile offenders... both issues under colon's position. moms and dad's want to keep their kids happy, healthy and safe. for those with babies and toddlers - sometimes that's tough...especially when they're learning to navigate the world. in tonight's contact 6 report jenna sachs is helping you protect your little ones. "vrooooo" babies and toddlers are energetic.... "giggles" active and growing up quickly. "stacks rings dad claps" as most parents know - that means there's going to be bumps and bruises along the way. but - it's lisa klindt simpson's mission to make sure it's nothing worse. lisa works for safe kids. the national group partners locally with children's hospital of wisconsin to educate the community on how to avoid injuries. lisa says
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starts in the home. "with babies, they're in the home more often. so, the falls are more frequently going to happen in the home. " one safety must-have for parents: baby gates "i think baby gates are key to keeping our sanity." choosing the right one is important. "there are some that are pressurized. we don't recommend those at the top of the steps cuz that day that your child had that growth spurt, ate their wheaties and they're extra strong..they might be able to push that." knowing when gates should come down you have a climber or your child is at that point of going over the gate is easier than pushing it, then it's time to reconsider using those gates because now you're putting a hazard in place instead of a safety item.." another safety must-have: a harness. you see them on high chairs, booster seats and changing tables. "they're not just there as a decorative item" lisa says always use a harness if it's available - but don't rely on it. "it's there to aide us. it's not an end all. so, once your child is strapped in don't assume that
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child falling." no matter what products you have in your home - it's important to remember babies can change overnight so - lisa says know they're developmental stage. "you might have your house setup for a baby and before you know they're an active toddler and your house isn't ready for a toddler. so, on a monthly, relook at your house to see if what you have is adequate for your child. " and - when all else fails.... "supervision is key. making sure you're always with your child. tha or unattended." the key to keeping your little one out of harm's way. i'm jenna sachs contact 6. adlib to weather.
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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 middl 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. high: 77 dewpoint: 61 wind: wsw 5-10 mph sunday: mostly sunny. am low: 57 high: 74 dewpoint: 55
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am low: 57 high: 78 dewpoint: 56 wind: sw 5-10 mph mostly clear tonight with the potential for areas of fog. lows will drop into the upper 50s. more sun tomorrow but 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. tonight: mostly clear with
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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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the unknown on a couple of levels, what can they expect from a team that didn't sustain any real drives in their first game. and who will be leading the vikings when they have the ball. all of that is up in the air tonight. coming up tim van vooren has the latest from green
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going into sunday's game, both the packers and the vikings are 1-0. but for minnesota, their win came off of big plays from the defense as they struggled to move the ball offensively. the packers are well aware of this and tim van vooren has the details from lambeau field. "the minnesota vikings didn't do a whole lot on offense even though they won their first game of the regular season last sunday. they got 2 defensive
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offense. but they also got a long kickoff return which boosted that unit. those big singular plays loom large in todays nfl. "i already know how important special teams is. technically it's a third of the game may not always feel like it but that's a big swing" "they got the best returner in the league as far as, we played him, since i've been here we've played him what 6 times i feel like every time each game he's that's something we have to prepare for." "minnesota cordell paterson has been a thorn in the packer side before and last week he touched the ball on a kick return, a punt return a rush and a reception he's very versatile the packers hope he's relatively quiet sunday night. at lambeau field tim van vooren fox 6 sports. will it be shaun hill or sam bradford, according to mike zimmer his team doesn't know, which means the packers don't know who will start for the vikings at quarterback. there was a hint
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we'll find out by sunday night. after the game, turn over to the fox 6 sports blitz at 11:05. we will have all the reaction from minnesota for you. you've got less than 24 hours to cast your vote on the high school blitz game of the week. do you want oak creek at franklin, new berlin west at new berlin eisenhower or west allis central at west allis hale. vote on our website, fox 6 now dot com slash sports. we now know the brewers will be home again for their season opener in 2017 as their schedule was highlights include the april 3rd opener against the rockies with the cubs coming in a few days later. st. louis makes their 1st appearance on april 20th. and the red sox come in early may with the twins waiting until august before they come to miller park. the entire schedule is on our website, fox 6 now dot com. the brewers are finishing out their schedule facing the reds in cincinnati tonight. they strike in the 2nd when manny pina fists one into left, 2 runs come around to score and it's 2-0 brewers. in the 3rd, it's scooter gennett coming through as he blasts one to right for a 2 run jack and the brewers lead grows to 4-0. they go on to shut out the reds,
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and it was the battle for the milwaukee cup on the pitch tonight, marquette and uwm. the golden eagles come out fast, scoring 3 times in the first half as connor alba's goal makes it 3-0 marquette in the 29th minute. the panthers make things interesting in the 2nd half as evan conway scores his 2nd goal of the night in the 61st minute cutting the lead to 3-2. and this is why that goal was so big, marquette scores on themselves late in the game tying it all up at 3 and sending it to overtime. and this one ends in a 3 all tie so marquette keeps after having a very good summer kings, elgin cook has signed with the golden state warriors before training camp opens. the former milwaukee hamilton star played his college basketball at oregon and went
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