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wakeup news. now at seven --- a frightening scene in new york city as an explosion goes off... injuring dozens. what officials found near the site of the blast.
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babies are taken... while sitting in their mother's car. where the children were found. good morning and thanks for waking up with us. i'm derica williams. and i'm rachael kaye. get ready for a warm and sunny day! we'll hit highs in the upper 70s with moderate humidity and a light breeze. today: mostly sunny and comfortable. high: 79 dewpoint: 58 wind:
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news from overnight -- milwaukee police are investigating a robbery that left a victim with significant burn injuries. it happened near 53rd and clarke just before nine last night. we're told the initial investigation shows that the 36-year-old victim was intentionally set on fire by suspects. police say related. officials are still looking for the suspects. in new york this morning -- police are looking for more devices after an explosion in manhattan leaves dozens injured. officials say it was intentional. jessica schneider has the latest. nats - over scene video there was a huge explosion. and i saw the back window of an suv pop out and all the glass went into the street and my wife and i just looked at each other and ran up sixth avenue.
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manhattan --surveillance video obtained by m-s-n-b-c captures the chaos. "it felt like a lightning bolt struck the building. it like shook the ground. and everyone ran out of the restaurant. the whole city was in the street." bill de blasio, mayor "we believe at this point in time it was an intentional act."the explosion around 8-30 p-m in the chelsea neighborhood was in or near a dumpster, according to a law enforcement source. dozens of people were injured - "i'm willing to help --- come with me." james o'neill, nypd "we do have video and we see the explosion and we're going to use that to help in our investigation."natpo p richard quest are we ok here for a second - no we're not so i'll have to...officials say a second device appears to be a pressure cooker with wires sticking out, and what looks to be a cellphone attached - and a piece of paper with some sort of writing. police confirm the device was removed by the bomb
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juliette kayyem, cnn national security analyst "because it was not detonated there might be fingerprints, there might be proof of purchase there might be other things that can lead the investigation." two babies are safe after the car they were sitting in, was stolen on milwaukee's north side. an amber alert was issued... and the car was eventually found about 2 miles away... with the children still inside. fox 6's madeline anderson spoke with the people who called 9-1-1. the stolen vehicle was abandoned in this alley. its behind a row of apartments on 40th street where a couple of neighborhood children first noticed something wasnt right an afternoon of sports suddenly turned into a rescue mission for this group of guys. we was playing basketball and the ball hit the car, and we looked in there and there was two babies in there and no one was in there. nathaniel treadway and his friends aaron harrison and jaylin lowe alerted their moms to call 911. they say a boy and a girl were strapped in car seats crying as the sun beat
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had no air on, it had no windows down, nothing. it was just hot in that car. officers quickly arrived on scene... the children were taken to the hospital and reunited with family. milwaukee police say their 33-year-old mother parked her suv on north 49th street but left it running with her 10-month-old twins inside. she briefly visited a house in the area and when she returned... the vehicle and her kids were missing. thats how fast it happens. while relatives say e street say the scare is a good reminder for all parents. dont leave your babies in the car, not for a second. thats how fast it happens. for these boys... theyre just glad they were in the right place at the righ ttime. i was very upset at what happened to those babies, they didnt deserve, thats crazy. police and witnesses accounts differ in terms of how long the babies were in the vehicle. those who live here say it was at least two hours... police say it
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madeline anderson fox6 news. caledonia police are asking for your help identifying this suspected bank robber. just before noon yesterday -- this man walked into the u-s bank and handed the teller a note demanding money. once he had the money -- he fled on foot. anyone with any information should give police a call. wisconsin remains a major hub of human trafficking. yesterday the convergence resource center hosted it's annual even that's keeping the epidemic resource center hosted it's annual even that's keeping the epidemic in the spotlight. "the epidemic and the game" event also focused on creating resources for survivors. the conversation held inside is aimed at helpign the organization, law enforcement and the community better understand what happens on the streets... and what contributes to human trafficking. this year's focus was the relationship between human trafficking and the substance abuse disorder. "each year we focus on something we can do research on and see if we can help and dive into and we gain volunteers and partners
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if you or anyone you know is affected by human trafficking, we have a link to resources-- and the number to a hotline to get help, posted on our website... fox 6 now dot com. "thanks for the memories." it was a once in a life-- time evening with brett favre. the packers legend was the "guest of honor" at miller park last night. appearance in milwaukee since being inducted into the nfl hall-of-fame in august. the event was held in miller park, dinner was served in center field. the audience of 700 was treated to dinner, drinks and a nearly 90-minute conversation with the packers great. the very first thing number four talked about, his hall-of-fame acceptance speech from canton in august. "they said 8 to ten minutes is your speech. and not that i wanted to talked a long time but i played 20 years and to be able to thank everyone and do it in 8 to 10 minutes would be next to
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tried to do it the best i could." favre also answered a few audience questions before the night was out. dinner with the hall-of-famer was not cheap. tickets to the tribute event were $250 dollars a piece. still ahead -- we'll continue to developments out of new york... as the search is on for the person responsible for the explosion that left dozens injured. going under the knife is daunting is enough... imagine doing so -- without any anesthesia! why one doctor says it's beneficial. julie is getting a unique look at the city of milwaukee. she joins us live from doors open.
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? you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. get ready for a warm and sunny day! we'll hit highs in the upper 70s with moderate humidity and a light breeze. today: mostly sunny and comfortable. high: 79
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doors open milwaukee is an annual event put on by historical milwaukee that gives the public a view of the city they wouldn't normally get. julie collins joins us live from one of the sites... inside the
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day! we'll hit highs in the upper 70s with moderate humidity and a light breeze. we'll head into monday with temperatures falling to the low 60s. temperatures and humidity will increase monday afternoon with highs back into the 80s. although cloud cover will build ahead of rain and storm chances in the evening. temperatures will continue to stay above average through the rest of the week with more storm chances wednesday through friday. today: mostly sunny and comfortable. high: 79 dewpoint: 58 wind: sw 5-15 mph tonight: mostly clear. low: 62 dewpoint: 58 wind: sw 3-7 mph monday: mostly sunny start. clouds build ahead of evening rain and storm chances. high: 84 dewpoint: 63 wind: sw 5-15 mph tuesday: mostly sunny. am low: 60 high: 79 dewpoint: 54 wind: nw-s 5-10 mph wednesday: partly sunny with the chance for t-storms. am low: 59 high: 77 dewpoint: 59 wind: se 5-10 mph thursday: mostly cloudy with the chance for t-storms. am low: 63 high: 79 dewpoint: 63 wind: s 5-10 mph friday: mostly cloudy with the chance for t-storms. am low: 60 high: 75 dewpoint: 59
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time to find out who is turning six. we're wishing xiomara in milwaukee a happy sixth birthday! she likes coloring, eat cheese and going on rides at amusement parks. look who's six in waterford! hudsun likes dirt bikes, video games and ninjas. it's time for ka-leah in milwaukee to celebrate! she likes playing with dolls, dancing and performing for her family. there's six candles on landon's cake in greenfield! he likes riding his bike, going to the zoo and swimming. here's a nice birthday smile from michael in west allis! he likes the color purple, marvel avengers and playing with his siblings.
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bike, going for walks with her family and playing with her dolls. to find out how to wish your child a happy sixth birthday on fox six wake up news - just log on to "fox six now dot com" - for all the details ood, clean food comes to the door, do your best to contain your excitement. now delivering to your home or office in milwaukee.
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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. wakeup news. here's a look at ...! ad lib imagine preparing to go under the knife for brain surgery -- but skipping the general anesthesia. awake brain surgery is becoming more widespread because doctors can monitor brain function while they operate and reduce risks. doctor bernard bendok is the chair of the department of neurologic surgery at mayo clinic. he says the cutting edge procedure can be used to treat brain tumors, epileptic seizures, tremors and other movement disorders. doctor
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now at 7:30 --- 29 people are injured in new york after an explosion that officials say was intentionally set. how the blast happened. and --- a suspect is shot dead after going on a stabbing rampage in a minnesota mall. the latest on the investigation. get ready for a warm and sunny day! we'll hit highs in the upper 70s with moderate humidity and a light breeze. today: mostly sunny and comfortable.
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new york police say they've removed a suspicious device found near the site people last night. mayor bill de blasio says it appears that it was an intentional act... ...but he says at this point there's no evidence of any connection to terrorism. fox's jackie ibanez reports. a powerful explosion -- rocking lower manhattan saturday night -- injuring 29 people. the blast shattering windows and forcing the closure of several blocks. the explosion -- jolting a bustling neighborhood teeming with
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pedestrians and alarming the city on what had been a calm weekend evening. authorities are unsure the cause of the explosion and exploring various possibilities. new york city mayor bill de blasio declined to answer whether the cause was a bomb in a dumpster. deblasio says: "there is no evidence at this point of a terror connection to this incident. this is prelininary information." the blast happened around 8:30 p-m in front of 135 23rd street between sixth and seventh avenues people at least seven blocks away loud boom. n-y-p-d has a video of the explosion and is collecting more video, but would not discuss additional details of the investigation, deblasio says: "the early indication is that it was an intentional act.. but we believe this was an intentional act" n-y-p-d officers, including members of the counterterrorism squad, we believe this was an intentional act" n-y-p-d officers, including members of the counterterrorism squad, are on the scene -- along with fbi agents and police
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police -- searching for more potential explosives, and nearby streets are closed. witness says: "i heard boom boom and eveyrhing started shaking and there were big mounds of smoke and people started running." on cam tag a white house official said that president obama was briefed on the news, and would be kept up to date with developments. in new york, jackie ibanez, fox news. police say a suspect is shot dead after a stabbing attack at the crossroads mall in saint cloud, minnesota yesterday. hospital with non-life threatening injuries. one was admitted and seven were treated and released. the mall was later placed on lock- down. one man spoke as his family members were still stuck inside. "i got my family on the inside right now, they called me, it was really terrifying and they were really scared for their life, they were telling me that there were people going around shooting, stabbing, killing everybody, they didn't know what to do, they really didn't know what to do, so they said somebody got
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said in a press conference that there is no longer a threat to the citizens of saint cloud. the mall will be closed until further notice. an alabama corrections officer who was stabbed by an inmate earlier this month has died. corrections officer kenneth bettis was attacked by an inmate on september first. bettis worked at the william c. correctional facility in atmore. the inmate allegedly attacked and stabbed bettis over an extra food tray. that inmate has been charged with bettis' murder. officer bett was a veteran of the iraq war. a chicago police officer has been indicted in a 2013 shooting. rob elgas has the incident on tape, and more. watch as officer marco proano walks in to frame, gun drawn, sideways, as he pursues a suspected stolen car full of black teenagers. he starts firing - squeezing off 12 rounds -- even as the car is
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the city sought to keep secret. proano is now indicted, facing civil rights charges. legal experts say that's rare. gil sofer / legal analyst "it is unusual to bring federal criminal civil rights charges against a police officer."the fraternal order of police initially said proano fired his weapon to protect someone who was being dragged by the car. there is no evidence of that on the tape. city attorneys obtained a court order to block the video's release to the public. but the judge presiding over the o video and was so disturbed he released it saying: "it showed a reckless and callous disregard for human life ...my strong gut feeling is that these shots never would have been fired if the kids in the car were white." gil sofer / legal analyst "the law speaks in terms of willful conduct. the defendant has to have willfully violated someone's civil rights, which means they had to have had a bad motive." every parent wants to keep their children safe, but sometimes it
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gives you a look at some helpful tips to keep your little ones safe. plus... "the deputy director of the nsa offered me a new position. can you tell me anything about it? you know i cant. " plus gino salomone gives us an inside look at the movie about edward snowden. and how he gave america an inside look at the n-s-a. julie is live at doors open
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you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. get ready for a warm and sunny day! we'll hit highs in the upper 70s with moderate humidity and a light breeze. today: mostly sunny and comfortable. high: 79
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helping the public get a unique look at our city. jullie collins joins us live from one of the sites you can visit during doors
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chat at hb get ready for a warm and sunny day! we'll hit highs in the upper 70s with moderate humidity and a light breeze. we'll head into monday with temperatures falling to the low 60s. temperatures and humidity will increase monday afternoon with highs back into the 80s. although
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rain and storm chances in the evening. temperatures will continue to stay above average through the rest of the week with more storm chances wednesday through friday. today: mostly sunny and comfortable. high: 79 dewpoint: 58 wind: sw 5-15 mph tonight: mostly clear. low: 62 dewpoint: 58 wind: sw 3-7 mph monday: mostly sunny start. clouds build ahead of evening rain and storm chances. high: 84 dewpoint: 63 wind: sw 5-15 mph tuesday: mostly sunny. am low: 60 high: 79 dewpoint: 54 wind: nw-s 5-10 mph wednesday: partly sunny with the chance for t-storms. am low: 59 high: 77 dewpoint: 59 wind: se 5-10 mph thursday: mostly cloudy with the chance for t-storms. am low: mph friday: mostly cloudy with the chance for t-storms. am low:
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it was the whistleblowing- incident that swept the entire world -- and now we're getting more to the story. our hollywood insider is getting an inside look at "snowden." theres something going on
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cant ignore it. i just want to get this data to the world. hey. hey. i feel like im made to do this and if i dont do it i dont know anyone else that can. what does it feel like to have that oliver stone experience under your belt? i know that the notion of oh my gosh hes asked me to work with him ill be working with feels included in american filmmaking of my time. our source risked his life for that document. its real. tell us did the white house make any specific claims about national security that would prevent you from publishing? no. then there you go youre safe. glen id like to talk to alan before we go any further. when does he land? six hours. six hours, no were sitting ducks here. the people you play in the film. the
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was called greenwald i would have gone down to brazil and hung out with him and david and met their dogs and you know really wanted to get into his life. the government knows we have these documents now. the cia could barge through that door at any moment and you want more time. at like a @##$% journalist and stop stringing us along. our contribution to the narrative structure of this film is to support olivers vision or the film and joe in what is the more long range character which i think he had a lot more pressure or at least more responsibility he would say to honoring ed and his journey. talk about joe because it was a performance because it was a different kind of performance for him and he disappears. he was deep in it and for me it was so beautiful to see the depth of commitment from the artist to the person he was playing.
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are running out of time. they are going to come for me. they are going to come for all of you too. snowden is in theaters now. you can catch gino salomone weekdays on fox six news at
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wakeup news. here's a live look outside today it's going to be..... moms and dad's want to keep their kids happy, healthy and
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tough... ...especially when they're learning to navigate the world. in this morning's contact 6 report jenna sachs is helping you protect your little ones. on the move and ready to play... "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 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 for little ones prevention 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
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and they're extra strong..they might be able to push that." knowing when gates should come down can be equally important. "if 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 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 that will be the complete end to your 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. that your child is never alone or unattended." the key to keeping
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contact 6. is never too early to look for holiday gift ideas. coming up in the eight o'clock hour of wakeup.. we'll take a look at some must have gadgets to hit the tech world. adlib weather stay with us - we'll be right back with
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wakeup news. now at eight --- a frightening scene in new york city as an explosion goes off... injuring dozens. what officials found
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survivors. how one event is raising awareness of human trafficking as well as support for it's survivors. good morning and thanks for waking up with us. i'm derica williams. and i'm stephanie barichello. get ready for a warm and sunny day! we'll hit highs in the upper 70s with moderate humidity and a light breeze. today: mostly sunny and comfortable. high: 79 dewpoint: 58 wind:
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news from overnight -- milwaukee police are investigating a robbery that left a victim with significant burn injuries. it happened near 53rd and c we're told the initial investigation shows that the 36-year-old victim was intentionally set on fire by suspects. police say the robbery was drug- related. officials are still looking for the suspects. new york police say they've removed a suspicious device found near the site of an explosion that injured dozens yesterday. now -- they're looking for the person responsible. officials say the device appeared to be a pressure cooker with wires and duct tape on it. investigators believe the
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device in or near a dumpster. 29 people were injured in the blast. "i can tell you vaguely what i remember. i was driving a car and next thing you know i felt an explosion and the car just tilted over half way and came back down. and what happened was i just blacked out - next thing you know i'm in an ambulance." mayor bill de blasio says it appears that it was an intentional act... ...but he says at this point there's no evidence of any connection to anyone with information or photos from the scene to come forward. two babies are reunited with their family.... after milwaukee police say they were abducted when the car they were in was stolen. officers are now searching for the suspect who drove off with this gray suv while it was parked at north 49th street. police say the mother left it running with her 10-month-old twins inside. she briefly visited a house in the area. when she returned... the vehicle
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40th street. it was a group of neighborhood kids who first discovered something wasn't right. "we was playing basketball and the ball hit the car, and we looked in there and there was two babies in there and no one was in there." the three friends then alerted their mothers to call 911. police say the babies were found unharmed... but they were taken to the hospital as a precaution. human trafficking. last night the convergence resource center hosted it's annual even that's keeping the epidemic in the spotlight. "the epidemic and the game" event also focused on creating resources for survivors. the conversation held inside is aimed at helpign the organization, law enforcement and the community better understand what happens on the streets... and what contributes to human trafficking. this year's focus was the relationship between human
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we can do research on and see if we can help and dive into and we gain volunteers and partners all over the state who are active in this area." "thanks for the memories." it was a once in a life- time evening with brett favre. the packers legend was the "guest of honor" at miller park last night. it's favre's first public appearance in milwaukee since bein into the nfl hall-of-famer in august. our jonathon gregg has the highlights. saturday's dinner and a show was hosted in miller park. and the main event was a nearly 90 minute sit-down with the parkers hall-of- famer. and that's where the conversation with favre started..brett's hall-of-fame speech in canton just last
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be able to thank everyone and do it in 8 to 10 minutes would be nest to impossible." number 4's talked about his family, his wife, his mother and his late father irvin. "i think he felt like you wouldn't be as driven if you good things all the time." brett reminisced about his college playing days at southern mississippi. "i was third string, down 17-3 and looking terrible and coach said put him in and him went in and never went back out." the audience came to applause many times throughout the night..a special opportunity to spend an evening with their all-time favorite. "the superbowl had nothing. you'd would
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nothing on the oakland game..."wow that's amazing." more than seven hundred tickets were sold, an opportunity for fans to spend an evening with brett favre and say thanks for the memories. reporting in a very classy miller park, jonathon gregg fox6 news." ahead on wakeup --- nathan fricke with at&t joins us with the gadgets you'll want to get your hands on. milwaukee is opening it's doors! julie joins us live from one the sites you can check out during plus - our pet of the week is
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you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. get ready for a warm and sunny day! we'll hit highs in the upper 70s with moderate humidity and a light breeze. today: mostly sunny and comfortable. high: 79
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doors open milwaukee is an annual event put on by historical milwaukee that gives the public a view of the city they wouldn't normally get. julie collins joins us live from one of the sites... inside the
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all chat at hb get ready for a warm and sunny day! we'll hit highs in the upper 70s with moderate humidity and a light breeze. we'll head into monday with temperatures falling to the low 60s. temperatures and humidity will increase monday afternoon with highs back into the 80s. although monday will start off sunny, cloud cover will build ahead of rain and storm chances in the evening. temperatures will continue to stay above average through the rest of the week with more storm
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comfortable. high: 79 dewpoint: 58 wind: sw 5-15 mph tonight: mostly clear. low: 62 dewpoint: 58 wind: sw 3-7 mph monday: mostly sunny start. clouds build ahead of evening rain and storm chances. high: 84 dewpoint: 63 wind: sw 5-15 mph tuesday: mostly sunny. am low: 60 high: dewpoint: 54 wind: nw 10h wedneh e chance for t-storms. am low: 59 high: 77 dewpoint: 59 wind: se 5-10 mph thursday: mos r t-storms. am low: 63 high: dewpoint: 63 wind: s 5-10 mph friday: mostly cloudy with the chance for t-storms. am low: high: 75 dewpoint: 59
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morning's top stories. two babies are reunited with their family.... after milwaukee police say they were abducted when the car they were in was stolen. officers are now searching for the suspect. police say the mother left it running with her 10-month-old twins inside. she briefly visited a house in the area. when she returned... the vehicle and her kids were missing. the vehicle was later recovered at 40th street. investigating a robbery that left a victim with significant burn injuries. it happened near 53rd and clarke just before nine last night. we're told the initial investigation shows that the 36-year-old victim was intentionally set on fire by suspects. police say the robbery was drug- related. officials are still looking for the suspects. yesterday the convergence resource center hosted it's annual even that's keeping the human trafficking epidemic in the spotlight. the event also focused on
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the conversation held inside is aimed at helpign the organization, law enforcement and the community better understand what happens on the streets... this year's focus was the relationship between human trafficking and the substance abuse disorder. get ready for a warm and sunny day! we'll hit highs in the upper 70s with moderate humidity and a light breeze. today: mostly sunny and comfortable. high: 79 dewpoint: 58 wind: sw 5-15 mph
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found near the site of an explosion that injured 29 people last night. mayor bill de blasio says it appears that it was an intentional act... ...but he says at this point there's no evidence of any connection to terrorism. fox's jackie ibanez reports. a powerful explosion -- rocking lower manhattan saturday night -- injuring 29 people. the blast shattering windows and forcing the closure of several blocks. the explosion -- jolting a bustling neighbh restaurants, bars and pedestrians and alarming the city on what had been a calm weekend evening. authorities are unsure the cause of the explosion and exploring various possibilities. new york city mayor bill de blasio declined to answer whether the cause was a bomb in a dumpster. deblasio says: "there is no evidence at this point of a terror connection to this incident. this is prelininary information." the blast happened around 8:30 p-m in front of 135 23rd street between sixth
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reported hearing and feeling a loud boom. n-y-p-d has a video of the explosion and is collecting more video, but would not discuss additional details of the investigation, deblasio says: "the early indication is that it was an intentional act.. but we believe this was an intentional act" n-y-p-d officers, including members of the counterterrorism squad, are on the scene -- along with fbi age police -- searching for more potential explosives, and nearby streets are closed. witness says: "i heard boom boom and eveyrhing started shaking and there were big mounds of smoke and people started running." on cam tag a white house official said that president obama was briefed on the news, and would be kept up to date with developments. in new york, jackie ibanez, fox news. police say a suspect is shot dead after a stabbing attack at the crossroads mall in saint cloud, minnesota
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hospital with non-life threatening injuries. one was admitted and seven were treated and released. the mall was later placed on lock- down. one man spoke as his family members were still stuck inside. "i got my family on the inside right now, they called me, it was really terrifying and they were really scared for their life, they were telling me that there were people going around shooting, stabbing, killing everybody, they didn't know what to do, they really didn't know what to do, so they said somebody got hurt." said in a press conference that there is no longer a threat to the citizens of saint cloud. the mall will be closed until further notice. ahead on wakeup. respect our waters joins us with tips to help you do your part to help keep lakes and rivers clean and healthy and julie is checking out one of the 162 sites you can explore
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you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. get ready for a warm and sunny day! we'll hit highs in the upper 70s with moderate humidity and a light breeze. today: mostly sunny and
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the historical society is helping the public get a unique look at our city. jullie collins joins us live from one of the sites you can visit during doors open milwaukee.
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get ready for a warm and sunny day! we'll hit highs in the upper 70s with moderate humidity and a light breeze. we'll head into monday with temperatures falling to the low 60s. temperatures and humidity will increase the 80s. although monday will start off sunny, cloud cover will build ahead of rain and storm chances in the evening. temperatures will continue to stay above average through the rest of the week with more storm chances wednesday through friday. today: mostly sunny and comfortable. high: 79 dewpoint: 58 wind: sw 5-15 mph tonight: mostly clear. low: 62 dewpoint: 58 wind: sw 3-7 mph monday: mostly sunny start. clouds build ahead of evening rain and storm chances. high: 84 dewpoint: 63 wind: sw 5-15 mph tuesday: mostly sunny. am low: 60 high: 79 dewpoint: 54 wind: nw-s 5-10 mph wednesday: partly sunny with the chance for t-storms. am low: 59 high: 77 dewpoint: 59 wind: se 5-10 mph thursday: mostly cloudy with the chance for t-storms. am low: 63 high: 79 dewpoint: 63 wind: s 5-10 mph friday: mostly cloudy with the chance for t-storms. am low:
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am low: 60 high: 75 dewpoint: 59 wind: s 5-10 mph low: 60 high:5wpoint: 59 wind: s 5-10 mph friday: mostly cloudy wh theance ance fot-storms. am low: hh: 759
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respect our waters. as we roll into fall -- there are still to help keep our lakes and rivers clean and healthy. allison thielen and sparkles from respect our waters join us
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a hollywood stuntman successfully performed a feat that evel knievel failed to do more than four decades ago. eddie braun crossed idaho's snake river canyon in cycle." it was the same jump that knievel attempted back in 19-74. however, the legendary daredevil ended up at the bottom of the canyon when his craft's parachute deployed too soon. braun said he wanted to pay homage to knievel my making the jump himself. braun says he likely spent one-and-a-half million dollars to make this dream a reality. some four legged friends are
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"zinzinnati" started with the running of the wieners. about 100 dachshunds competed for the title of top dog. thanks for joining us. the next wakeup is tomorrow morning
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donald trump does an about face on the birther issue as hillary clinton returns to the campaign trail after a health scare. >> hillary clinton started the birther controversy. i finish >> as the world knows i was a little upped the weather recently. >> today clinton's running mate virginia senator tim kaine discusses her health and transparency. as the race keeps tightening. then north carolina governor chris christie head of trump's white house transition team, responds live. and our sunday panel on trump's discussion for clinton's security detail. >> take their guns away and

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