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searching for the driver in a hit and run crash. the latest on the victim's condition... in just one minute. "were still working on--just a freak occurrence--we're working on what actually occurred." a thirteen year old girl... hospitalized after a gun goes off in the middle of the day. now... police trying to figure out how the whole thing happened. good morning and welcome to wakeup! wakeup! rob's weather today: periods of rain and thunderstorms. high: 76 dewpoint: 67 wind: se 5-15 mph tonight: rain ending overnight. low: 64 dewpoint: 67 wind: sw 3-7
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= major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays green on traffic map = no delays police are seeking the driver of a car involved in an overnight hit and run. julie collins joins us from the police department with details - julie? it was around 1:30 this morning police were called to the area of atkinson and capitol. a 45-year old man was hit by a 4-door maroon or red vehicle.. police believe the car continued east on capital after hitting the man police say the victim is intoxicated however, its unknown if he was attempting to cross the street or if he was just so intoxicated and wandering around the street. the victim was taken to the hospital
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officers are with him and will interview him this morning to get more details. no arrests have been made -- anyone with information about the driver should contact police. reporting live, julie collins, fox6 news. happening now - police are trying to figure out how a gun went off at thoreau elemen grazing a student in the middle of the school day. it happened yesterday afternoon. police say the supervisor of the schools resource officers was trying to speak with the 13-year-old female student about an incident that occurred several days ago. banks says thats when the girl became physically combative. "his firearm, while still in the holster discharged. it appears to be some sort of accident. were still working on, just a freak
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non-life-threatening injuries. police say the incident took place in the basement of the school -- away from other students and staff members. since police are still trying to determine how the gun went off -- the incident is not being investigated as an officer involved shooting. because of that -- the officer is not being placed on any kind of leave. meanwhile... classes back in session today at saint catherine high school in racine... after students were sent home early message on a desk. after students left... police were called in to search the building. officials are not commenting right now on what was written on the desk. assembly democrats are holding a news conference this morning... and calling for a legislative investigation. this comes after the guardian published 15-hundred pages from the secret, now closed john doe investigation. angelica's following the latest developments in studio. republicans are calling for an investigation into how those documents were leaked... as governor scott walker faces
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published those papers. at first... walker wouldn't say if he continues to direct corporate money to the wisconsin club for growth, as the documents show he did during 2011 and 2012. but... at a second news conference, walker said he wasn't doing that "right now." this all relates to about 15-hundred pages from the supposedly secret, now-closed john doe investigation into the governor's 2012 recall campaign. walker blames the leak itself on the john doe prosecutors. court of law have chosen to leak bits and portions of things to try to win in the court of public opinion, without giving people a full perspective milwaukee county district attorney john chisholm, who is one of the prosecutors, said yesterday that leaking john doe material is a crime. top republicans in the state assembly want attorney general brad schimel to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate the leak. schimel says he's "deeply concerned" about the leak and is "reviewing" his
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associated with this case... if you'd like to see them for yourself -- visit the fox6 news mobile app -- we included the documents as part of our online coverage of the john doe investigation. we're learning new information... about a man accused of murdering mannix franklin junior in brown deer monday. charges have not been filed yet... but a 61-year-old man was arrested. court documents show the man admitted to firing a shotgun at franklin-- but claimed it was an accident saying: " all i was trying to do was scare him." to determine if the suspect was under the influence of drugs or alcohol. coming up - why one man's paying thousands of dollars... to bail out inmates he's never met. plus - police... attacked by a guy with a cleaver... right in the middle of rush hour. and the very latest on an investigation... after a former nascar driver's father and step-mother are found dead in their home.
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rob's weather you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. today: periods of rain and thunderstorms. high: 76 dewpoint: 67 wind: se 5-15 mph tonight: rain ending overnight. low: 64 dewpoint: 67 wind: sw 3-7 mph
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wind: sw 3-7 mph a man wielding a meat cleaver... attacks officers in new york city... right in the middle of rush hour last night. police say two officers were res station... when akram joudeh pulled the cleaver out from his waistband.joudeh ran away... as officers tried - and failed - to tase him. an off duty officer then joined in the case... and when he tried to stop joudeh... the suspect struck him in the head. the other officers then fired... shooting him several times. the off duty officer and joudeh were both taken to a hospital - the detective is in serious condition and the suspect is critical... but stable.
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home. the bodies of robert and sharon gordon was found inside of their orange county home on wednesday. robert gordon is the father of ex-nascar racer robby gordon... and sharon is his step-mom. the cause of their deaths remains under investigation...but detectives say it appears to be a murder-suicide. a former presidential candidate... bailing out inmates in chicago. willie nelson - who also ran for mayor there - went to the cook county jail with 15-thousand dollars and freed several inmates who were t misdemeanors and couldn't post bail. he also gave each of those inmates 200 dollars for food. the cook county sheriff supported the idea. nelson pledged to give 50-thousand dollars next year... to bond out more non-violent offenders convicted of misdemeanors. a 13-year-old.... shot and killed by a police officer in ohio. why investigators say the officer fired. plus - sandra bland's family settles a wrongful death lawsuit - we'll tell you how much it's worth. and taking a live look at milwaukee's skyline - as several businesses in the city
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to work. we'll tell you where.
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watching the fox 6 wakeup news. today: periods of rain and thunderstorms. high: 76 dewpoint: 67 wind: se 5-15 mph tonight: rain ending overnight. low: 64 dewpoint: 67 wind: sw 3-7 mph wind: se 5-15 mph tonight: rain ending overnight. low: 64 dewpoint: 67 wind: sw 3-7 mph tonight: rain ending overnight. low: 64 dewpoint: 67 wind: sw 3-7 mph traffic check red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays
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breaking news this morning: a swedish appeals court is upholding a detention order for wikileaks founde wanted in a rape investigation dating back to 2010. assange has been holed up at the ecuadorian embassy in london for the past four years... but now... an ecuadorian prosecutor will question assange next month on october 17. assange claims that if he walked out, he would eventually be sent to the u-s to face charges for publishing government secrets... provided by chelsea manning. manning is currently serving a 35 year prison sentence for handing out a massive amount of classified material
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13-year-old in ohio, after apparently mistaking a b-b gun for a real gun. it all started with reports of an armed robbery in columbus. when officers approached a group of three people, two of them ran. as officers tried to take the suspects into custody, police say one of them pulled a b-b gun from his waistband. the officers... assuming it was a real gun... shot and killed 13-year-old tyree king. police are still searching for one of the teens who ran from the scene. sandra bland's family settles their wrongful deat point-nine million dollars. a texas department of public safety officer arrested bland last year during a traffic stop in waller county. three days later -- she was found dead in her jail cell -- it was ruled a suicide. bland's arrest gained national attention and caused public outrage. the trooper who arrested bland was fired after being indicted for lying about the circumstances of bland's arrest. anchors chat/toss to rob
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rob haswell an area of rain and thunderstorms is running well ahead of a cold front to our west and will move through our area this morning. rain will continue off and on throughout the day and into early saturday. ahead of the front we warm to the low to mid 70s today but even as the front passes we dont cool. winds shift west and we hit the upper 70s saturday and stay in the mid 70s for a dry sunday. with high pressure briefly in charge of our weather, we stay calm for most of the weekend and into early monday but by later in the day monday we start to get wet again. rain and storms are possible into early tuesday and show up again on wednesday. today: periods of rain and thunderstorms. high: 76 dewpoint: 67 wind: se 5-15 mph tonight: rain ending overnight. low: 64 dewpoint: 67 wind: sw 3-7 mph saturday: early am showers then c wind: w 5-15 mph sunday: mostly sunny. am low: 59 high: 76 dewpoint: 56 wind: sw 5-10 mph monday: partly to mostly cloudy with pm rain and storms possible. am low: 60 high: 80 dewpoint: 60 wind: sw 5-15 mph tuesday: early am showers then partly sunny. am low: 59 high: 76 dewpoint: 57 wind: wnw 5-10 mph wednesday:rain and thunderstorms return. am low: 56 high: 76 dewpoint: 60 wind: s 5-10
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the milwaukee business journal releases the winners of this year's "best place to work" awards. among them -- the milwaukee bucks -- marquette university
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care. nearly 160 milwaukee-area firms were nominated for the awards and the winners were determined based on surveys completed by employees. in all -- 44 southeastern wisconsin companies are being honored for having the best culture and leadership. the biz journal will release the actual scores broken down to 10 different categories on october 21st. touch the art - but now... a new exhibit at the guggenheim isn't just letting you touch the piece - it wants you to sit on it! happening now - the federal government is stepping in... after samsung admits a few dozen galaxy note 7's have caught fire. plus - the newest iphone is finally hitting stores today. the big changes you'll see - and who's already waiting for the
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wakeup news. describe how many people waiting for iphone. now in stores. apple is ditching the headphone jack on the new i-phone 7... but it also added water resistance and a camera that performs even better in low light. there are also stereo speakers for the first time... plus two new colors: matte black... and a super glossy jet black. the iphone 7 now starts at 32 gigs of storage.
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it'll cost you 650 bucks. it's official: the u-s government is recalling samsung's galaxy note seven phone. that's because there's a risk that the batteries can explode or catch fire - with a few dozen incidents already confirmed by samsung. the company already voluntarily recalled the devices, but now - we've got a formal recall from the u-s consumer product safety commission. two-and-a-half million galaxy note sevens were sold. anything can be art - and new york's guggenheim museum is testing out that theory... in an unconventional way. the museum's newest art piece - is actually a toilet. it's called, "america" ... and yes... it's functional. italian artist marizo casttelan created it... using 18-karat gold. and... he even wants visitors to actually use the toilet. the artist says it "evokes the american dream of opportunity for all" while also poking fun at the excesses of art.
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straight ahead - hillary clinton's health scare prompts both candidates to release medical records... but the episode... wreaking havoc on hillary's polling numbers. and new details... about why an inmate died at the milwaukee county jail. why it's being called a homicide. and the heroin epidemic... hitting tragically close to home for the man whose job it is to determine cause of death. and we're continuing to monitor breaking news on milwaukee's northisde - after a pedestrian is hit by a car... and a driver flees the scene. the very latest - at 6:30. you are watching the fox 6
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answers and they want, they want to make sure this sort of thing never happens again. now at 6:30 - why an inmate's death in jail... is now being called a homicide. plus - happening now - police are searching for a driver who
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anchors adlib welcome back rob's weather today: periods of rain and thunderstorms. high: 76 dewpoint: 67 wind: se 5-15 mph tonight: rain ending overnight. low: 64 dewpoint: 67 wind: sw 3-7 mph traffic check red on traffic map = major delays
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one man in the hospital and the driver on the loose after a hit-and run on milwaukee's northside. let's go live to julie collins for more at district five this morning - julie? atkinson and capitol where police say a 45 year old man was injured. police received the call about a man lying in the middle of the road at 1:30 this morning. police say the victim of this hit and run is intoxicated and they are unsure if he was attempting to cross the street or if he was just wandering in the middle of the street when he got hit. what they do know is that the car drove away - that car is
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police believe the car continued east on capital after hitting the man the victim was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. milwaukee police say they continue to search for the driver of the vehicle. if you have any information - you're encouraged to contact milwaukee police. reporting live on milwaukee's north side - julie collins. fox 6 news. as the medical examiner faces 71 possible drug-overdoses in just seven weeks... the drug epidemic hits tragically close to home. angelica's in studio with more one of those 71 cases... is the medical examiner's own son. on monday, police were called to a report of an unconscious 29 year old man on clybourn street. paramedics used the drug narcan... but despite that, and other life saving measures, the man was pronounced dead from a probable overdose.. that man turned out to be the son of the milwaukee county medical examiner. local health experts say the death highlights just how widespread the problem of opiate addiction is in our area. unfortunately drug addiction and
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is an equal opportunity afflictor it actually can affect anybody in any socio economic class any race, and no body is safe economic class any race, and no body is safe experts say they don't believe the crisis has peaked yet. homicide... by dehydration. thats the ruling from the milwaukee county medical examiners office for an inmate found dead at the county jail this past spring. terrill thomas's family lawyer calls the circumstances a-j bayatpour has more. terrill thomas death in april comes less than two weeks after his arrest. the medical examiners report, released thursday, calls the death a homicide, noting tests revealed 'profound dehydration.' thomas family declines to comment, referring us to their seattle-based attorney. its extremely concerning and seems to confirm some of the information that we had uncovered in the course of
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investigation indicates guards had cut off water to thomas cell. the mes report notes thomas was acting erratically in jail...winding up in solitary confinement, in his cell 23 hours a day. it also notes water had been cut off to his toilet...something heipt says another inmate told them. there was at least one other inmate, if not two, that became aware that mr. thomas water had been shut off and was repeatedly urging jail guards to turn the water back on. history of mental health problems, had been charged with shooting into a group of people outside his home - hitting one man. he then is alleged to have opened fire inside potowatomi casino, later telling police too many of the people inside were snakes. heipt wonders if thomas should have been in jail to begin with, given his known mental issues. in a situation like that, you would hope that the individual would be given a swift mental health evaluation and placed in an appropriate facility. the lawyer
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private investigation continues. they want some additional answers and they want, they want to make sure this sort of thing never happens again. while the m-es office rules the death a homicide...milwaukee police will investigate-- and the milwaukee district attorney will decide whether to pursue criminal charges. an m-p-d spokesman says that official investigation is also ongoing. outside the milwaukee county jail, a.j. bayatpour, fox 6 news. catholic school will remember a student... who was killed nearly two years ago. the school is dedicating a peace garden to laylah petersen tonight. the five year old was shot and killed inside her home back in 2014. investigators say the three suspects were looking for revenge... but opened fire on the wrong house. looking ahead... milwaukee's water quality task force will meet for the first time today. the group is charged with investigating and making recommendations to ensure long-term health and safety of
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week - mayor tom barrett urged residents who live in older homes to consider getting a water filter to protect themselves from lead. the initial task force meeting will be held at city hall at 9 this morning. it is largely intended for organizational purposes and will include reports from city officials about water filtration systems and results of municipal testing for lead in drinking water. happening now through the end of october - portillos is celebrating oktoberfest with a special offer. dollar off all regularly priced beer... including sam adams oktoberfest. portillos recommends pairing that beer with the chain's wisconsin specialty dish: a usinger's fresh bratwurst... topped with bavarian style sauerkrat and classic german mustard. wisconsin's first portillos opened back in july in brookfield. a second location is in the works in greenfield. the cubs may have fallen to the brewers last night... but they're still walking away as national league central division champs. here's how it all went down:
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entering the fourth inning... but got one on a keon broxton homer and then two on this double by orlando arcia to take the lead on chicago.... it's tied at 3 in the seventh inning when pinch hitter scooter gennett comes through... this is a two-run single to make it 5-3 visitors... tyler thornburg nails it down out of the bullpen and the brewers win, 5-4... but the night isn't over yet. francisco giants... 6-2 early this morning - making it official: the cubs clinched the national league title. that gives joe maddon's team its first n-l central title since 2008. it's also the earliest the cubs have ever clinched a division champsionship... beating 2008's record by four days... and this is the third time the cubs have qualified for playoffs in back to back years. the cubs will celebrate their championship title following
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breaking overnight - new developments on a rape breaking overnight - new developments on a rape investigation involving the founder of wikileaks. plus - green bay... preparing to take on the vikings in minnesota. why the setting's such a big deal. "donald trump renews his birther controversy... as his campaign says he no longer believes president obama was born outside the u-s...i'm patricia star coming up." ....our weather expert rob
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you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. rob's weather today: periods of rain and thunderstorms. high: 76 dewpoint: 67 wind: se 5-15 mph tonight: rain ending overnight. low: 64 de low: 64 dewpoint: 67 wind: sw 3-7 mph traffic check red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on
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green on traffic map = no delays breaking overnight - sweden says it won't drop an arrest warrant for wikileaks founder julian assange. angelica's following that story and more of the latest headlines. developing this morning: a swedish appeals court is upholding a detei founder julian assange... who's wanted in a rape investigation dating back to 2010. assange has been holed up at the ecuadorian embassy in london for the past four years... but now... an ecuadorian prosecutor will question assange next month on october 17. assange claims that if he walked out, he would eventually be sent to the u-s to face charges for publishing government secrets... provided by chelsea manning. manning is currently serving a 35 year prison sentence for handing out a
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turning to your other latest headlines: a u-s official tells c-n-n the department of justice issued subpoenas to wells fargo... over fake accounts opened by employees. the news comes just days after the bank was hit with a 185 million dollar fine for creating more than two million fake accounts. wells fargo says it fired 53-hundred people for improper sales tactics. employees claim they experienced relentless pressure and unrealistic sales targt will lead to charges - and wells fargo is not commenting. wells fargo c-e-o john stumpf is scheduled to appear tuesday before the senate banking committee. federal investigators bust an international cocaine ring... operating out of michigan. officials say the group worked out of a drug house in lansing and distributed to seven more states. its couriers would take drug money to an organization in mexico, sometimes hiding cash in coolers the immigration and customs
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operation. they've already been sentenced to up to ten years, but a fifth suspected ring member is still on the run. a u-s-c linebacker is now behind bars... facing multiple felony counts related to a sexual assault on july 26th. osa masina surrendered to salt lake city police yesterday morning. masina admitted to having sex with the alleged victim, but told police it was consensual. masina and teammate don hill are also under investigation for an alleged sexual assault on july 14th at an of- involving the same woman. masina is being held on 250-thousand dollars bond. hillary clinton tries to clear up questions over her health as she returns to the campaign trail.... while donald trump's campaign says the republican nominee now believes president obama was born in the united states. instead ... the campaign is blaming clinton for igniting the so-called "birther" issue. fox news correspondent patricia stark has more from new
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campaign trail ... after her stumble revealed her bout of pneumonia. clinton says: "look, this was an ailment that many people just power through and that's what i thought i would do as well." the health scare prompted both clinton and donald trump to release medical records to prove they are fit to be president. schaffner says: "neither of them has had any coronary artery disease and mr. trump has a somewhat high cholesterol, but that's contained episode still damaged clinton's polling numbers... with trump now ahead in the swing states of ohio and florida. sabato says: "the last week was the most damaging. and most of these new polls were conducted at the time when she had said basket of deplorables." trump continues to hit back at clinton for calling half of his supporters 'a basket of deplorables." trump says: "how can hillary clinton seek to lead this country when she
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tremendous numbers of them, beyond redemption, the hard working people she calls deplorable." the donald though is now facing a renewed controversy... as his campaign releases a statement which says trump no longer believes president obama was born outside the u-s. however... trump has yet to say this himself. pierson says: "he has said he does not talk about that anymore. first thing is, barrack obama is not on the ballot." trump and clinton will while both candidates will make stops in washington d.c. in new york, patricia stark, fox news. anchors chat and toss to rob rob's weather forecast from fox6 chief meteorologist rob haswell an area of rain and thunderstorms is running well ahead of a cold front to our west and will move through our area this morning. rain will continue off and on throughout the day and into early saturday. ahead of the front we warm to the low to mid 70s today but even as the front passes we dont cool. winds shift west and we hit the upper
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70s for a dry sunday. with high pressure briefly in charge of our weather, we stay calm for most of the weekend and into early monday but by later in the day monday we start to get wet again. rain and storms are possible into early tuesday and show up again on wednesday. today: periods of rain and thunderstorms. high: 76 dewpoint: 67 wind: se 5-15 mph tonight: rain ending overnight. low: 64 dewpoint: 67 wind: sw 3-7 mph saturday: early am showers then clearing. high: 78 dewpoint: 64 wind: w 5-15 mph sunday: mostly sunny. am low: 59 high: 76 dewpoint: 56 wind: sw 5-10 mph monday: partly to mostly cloudy with pm rain and storms possible. am low: 60 gh: 80 dewpoint:0ind: 5-15 mph tuesday: early am owers then partly sunny. am low: 59 gh: 76dewi: 57 wind: wnw10 mph dnesy:rain and thunderstormsturh nd: wnw 5-10 mphdnesday:i return.m low: 56 hig dewpoint: 60 wind: 5-10 mph
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early am showers then partly sunny. am low: 59 high: 76 dewpoint: 57 wind: wnw 5-10 mph wednesday:rain and thunderstorms return. am low: 56 high: 76 dewpoint: 60 wind: s 5-10 mph monday: partly to mostly cloudy wit possible. am low: 60 high: 80 dewpoint: 60 wind: sw 5-15 mph tuesday: early am showers then partly sunny. am low: 59 high: 76 dewpoint: 57 wind: wnw 5-10 mph wednesday:rain and thunderstorms return. am low: 56 high: 76 dewpoint: 60 wind: wnw 5-10 mph wednesday:rain and thunderstorms return. am low: 56 high: 76 dewpoint: 60 wind:
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for the first time... the n-f-l live- streamed a game on twitter. twitter has a deal to stream ten games this season... starting with the buffalo bills and new york jets last night. fans will be able to watch on their mobile devices for free -- with the social medial app. the packers will join in on the fun october
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and speaking of the packers... they're slight favorites for sunday night's matchup in minnesota with the vikings. mike mccarthy is 14-5 and 1 in his years against the vikes, with ten wins in the last dozen meetings with aaron rodgers as the quarterback. however, the vikes are a far more legitimate last dozen meetings with aaron rodgers as the quarterback. however, the vikes are a far more legitimate rival than before mike zimmer took over as coach. "i think it's always been there. it's just, it's just been kind of amped up the last couple years with the energy that mike's brought in with his staff and his system. you know, we beat them three out of four but obviously they beat us last year at home and too in a while. so, it's a healthy rivalry. there a very good team and it's important game for us even though it's week two." sunday's game kicks off at 7:30 at the new u-s bank stadium. a hollywood star - calling out subway riders... we'll explain why. plus: "shapeshifter, demigod, i-" "it's actually hero of men." "what?" shapeshifter, demigod of sea, hero of men. i interrupted. from the top. hero of men. ok, go." jessob / vodisney... nally releasing a full trailer r its highlanticipatemie ana - we'll give you a look nex
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oliver stone's latest film... tells the part of the edward snowden story you don't know. joseph-gordon levitt plays the n-s-a whistleblower snowden revealed the government's mass surveillance programs by leaking sensitive documents to journalists back in 20-13. he's facing espionage charges and fled to russia, where's he's been granted asylum. shailene woodley co-stars in the movie as snowden's girlfriend... lindsay mills. "are you in love with him?" "i me?" "i could be, one day." "how do you orchestrate such cliff-hangers in your life?" bridget jones' baby brings back renee zellweger... with colin firth and patrick dempsey... a surprise pregnancy... and one big problem: she has no idea which one is the father. it's been 12 years since the last bridget jones movie. this one... like the last two... will be set in london. there's a familiar face at the
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this year. "jay, jay, jay, jay honking honking honking honking." modern family star sofia vergara is number one for the fifth straight year... bringing in 43-million dollars last year. a lot of it came from endorsement deals. coming in second: "big bang theory" star kaley cuoco with 24 and a half thrid with 15 million. olivia wilde... giving rude subway riders a piece of her mind this morning. the visibly pregnant actress says no one stood up to give her a seat when she boarded the subway. check out what she wrote on twitter: "no big deal... able-bodied riders who won't give your seat to a giant preggo. i'll just stand riiiight next to your head and pray i go into labor." that tweet went viral - with tons of pregnant women cheering her on for
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second child with her husband, former snl star jason sudeikis. now at seven --- breaking news --- the search is on for the driver who hit a man overnight --- leaving him in the middle of the road. ahead in a live report an update on the hit-and-run investigation. plus.. shots fired inside a milwaukee school. this morning a student is recovering after being grazed by a bullet. ahead why investigators believe an officers gun went off. good morning and welcome back to wakeup! time now x:xx weather an area of rain and thunderstorms is running well ahead of a cold front to our west and will move through our

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