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now at ten. the storms -- not quite over yet. a live look outside now from downtown milwaukee ... as the rain is starting to wind down. the storms -- they came and went fast -- but they did drop quite a bit of rain for some. we begin tonight in the storm center.... when it rains it pours -- but not for everyone. some communities got quite a bit of rain -- others -- not so much. meteorologist tom wachs is in the storm center tonight with the t-storms will move out overnight with skies eventually clearing. temperatures will fall into the upper 50s to around 60 by sunrise. partly sunny and quiet on tuesday with a high around 80. thunderstorm chances return overnight tuesday and into wednesday. we have a slight chance for
out west. this is video from the dane county area. the rain came down fast and furious at certain times. the downpours caused flash flooding on some streets near madison. no major damage was reported -- but there were reports of tree limbs being knocked down. those storms in dane county also dropped quite a bit of hail. these pictures were taken on madison's west side this afternoon. large as a quarter or golf-ball. track the weather anywhere. just download the fox six storm center app. it's free for apple and android devices. now to our big story: repeated trips to the doctor-- leads to child abuse charges for a milwaukee mother. investigators say the mother subjected her baby to medical tests-- tests the child didn't need. fox6s bret lemoine is here in the studio
believes this could be a case of munchausen by proxy... where a parent exaggerates or makes up illnesses about their child. according to this criminal complaint filed in june, investigators say 24-year old kiara patterson took her infant to four different hospitals and urgent care facilities a total of 21 times since birth. police say there were 6 office visits with the childs physician, 4 hospitalizations to childrens hospital of wisconsin... west allis memorial... and consultation with a neurology specialist.... each time the mother claiming the baby was ill. according to the infants medical records, police say patterson claimed the child had umbilical hernia surgery - but theres no record of any surgical procedure. police say patterson claimed doctors told her to dilute the babys formula - but again, investigators say theres no record of that. patterson also claimed the baby had a fever at each hospital visit... but police say the child never had a temperature over a 100-degrees.
child had cancer... but investigators say that wasnt true either. in fact, according to the criminal complaint, many of the tests and medical procedures that the infant was exposed to were invasive, painful and exposed the baby to radiation. the child was also allegedly 'given medication that may not have been necessary,' prompting the d-a to charge patterson with one count of physical abuse of a child. we stopped by pattersons home this afternoon... the woman who answered the contact pattersons lawyer. her lawyer said our deadline on this story was too soon... and declined to comment. pattersons trial is expected to begin in two weeks. an off-duty milwaukee police officer is arrested for drunk driving-- and accused of rear ending a squad car. mpd confirms it happened saturday afternoon near 76th and florist. the squad car was stopped at an intersection-- when it was hit from behind. the driver turned out to be a 48-year- old woman-- who's been an officer with mpd for 22
neighbors of the officer says the incident doesn't fit her character. "very kind-hearted, her children come first her family comes first. as neighbors, i grew up with her she is like a mom to me." butted with "she still is a person on the other side of her job. she knew she did wrong even though she is s police officer" she works at district four. her name is not being released at this time. the officer in the squad that was struck was taken to the hospital for minor injuries the man who pleaded guilty to a fatal hit and run in washington county learns his fate. today a judge sentenced adam new-house neuhaus to 2-and-a-half years in prison -- plus 5-years of extended supervision. last august -- he hit and killed 50-year- old "keith habenicht" while he was riding his bike in germantown. neuhaus
caught on surveillance video. the night of the crash -- witnesses claim they saw neuhaus leaving a bar just before it happened. milwaukee police -- investigating a crash near 27th and college this afternoon -- where a car ended up on its roof. we're told the car hit and tree and rolled just before five tonight. the driver was taken to froedtert hospital -- but no word on his or her condition. a waukesha bank robber learns his fate in court today. a judge sentenced "a robbing the associated bank on sunset drive last february. no one was hurt during the robbery, but police say keota and another man -- "jason barnhill" -- got away with 10- thousand dollars. barnhill was sentenced in june to 8-years in prison. the man suspected in saturday's bombings in new york and new jersey is now in custody after a frantic manhunt and intense shootout. and tonight -- he's facing
kill police officers. brad hicks joins us in the studio with the latest. it was an intense -- short-lived manhunt for the suspect "ahmad rahami." he was taken into custody this morning following a shoot-out with police in new jersey. two police officers were shot-- but both are expected to be okay. he was wanted in connection with several explosions in new york and new jersey this weekend. tonight -- we're hearing from the bar owner who called police after spotting the suspect sleeping "the first cop pulls in, he just looks at him. he's still sleeping, you know his hoodie is pulled over his head and then when the second cop pulled in and he just woke him up and right away he went to his left side and pulled i think, i;m sure a gun." law enforcement is still looking into a motive -- rahami reportedly wasn't on any terror or no-fly watch lists. right now -- police say they aren't
conversation, but it's an important one to have. milwaukee leaders coming together ... to talk about the relationship between police and the black community. fox six's jenna sachs with why that relationship is about to be tested again. what will we do, to move ourselves to a different place? in the wake of unrest ... arson and looting ... a discussion about race and police. we're all in this together, so we have to find a way to ... wants to bridge the gap in milwaukee. the relationship between the community and the police has been challenged. the panels goal? justice for all ... and building trust. no easy feat. how are we gonna move forward, of bringing black and white and other races together? a big question ... as the community awaits a major decision ... that could lead to
justice... has concluded its investigation into the officer-involved death of 23-year-old sylville smith. smith's shooting ... sparked the unrest in sherman park. now the milwaukee county district attorney must decide whether to issue criminal charges against the officer responsible for smith's death. i'm withholding judgment until i have all of the information. alderman ashanti hamilton ... is urging a peaceful response ... regardless of outcome. one of the things we don't want to do is destroy our communities. video of the shooting has not been released. but police say smith was armed. hamilton is hoping for transparency and fairness. ensuring that there's a sense of justice for everybody involved. the message from the panel: we all in this together. that black lives matter and blue lives matter. reporting in milwaukee. jenna sachs. fox 6 news.
heard ... by working through avenues already available to them ... like attending monthly crime alert meetings in their police district. in the wake of the sherman park unrest... the a-c-l-u is educating community members about how to improve their interactions with law enforcement. during a workshop this evening at king solomon church on 4th and meineke... speaker jarrett english says many young african american men and women panic and run when they encounter he urged the group instead to remain calm but also assert their constitutional rights. being searched if youre walking down the street, an officer has to either get your consent or a court order, to get the ability to search your person. tonight's organizer says another workshop is planned in mid-october on the same issue. she says though that that one will include a representative from the police
white uniform last night? he didn't resemble aaron rodgers! the quarterback is facing more scrutiny now that at anytime since he took over for brett favre in 2 thousand 8. pip is here with the blitz. last season there was no jordy neln supposedly help fix things. maybe it will. but last night, against the vikings, aaron rodgers played one of his worst games...and he had plenty of sub- par performances in 2 thousand 15. the once precise foot work has become sloppy at times. it seems as if he's just trying to do too much. mike mccarthy rarely criticizes a player in public..least of all aaron rodgers... here's how the head coach.. broached the subject today. "ya look at everybody's fundamentals; aaron's no
cause, what was the challenge of the route? the time clock is something we need to improve on in the passing game; so that'll be a focus of ours this week". it'll be the packers hosting the lions sunday at noon. the fox 6 blitz post game will follow live from lambeau field. then watch the sports blitz at 10:35 for a total reca game. new in sports..mistakes..mc carthy's men usually force the opponent to make 'em..not so last night. mary, ted. ahead at ten. big news coming from the milwaukee bucks. the star player they're dropping some serious coin on in a new contract. plus -- the air and water show -- it was a no-go for 2016... but what about for 2017. the announcement that's looming.
it's official. the milwaukee air and water show will be coming back in 2017. it was canceled this year due to funding and scheduling conflicts. a news conference is scheduled for tomorrow to announce the details of the show. we already know the "blue angels" will be back as the headliner. the 2017 show will take place on july t americans will spend an estimated 720-billion dollars this year at restaurants, roughly 22-hundred dollars for every man, woman and child. so who deserves your dining dollars? jenna sachs has the results from a consumer reports survey in
budgeted for food is spent eating out. and much of that money will be spent at table-service restaurants, where you can sit down and be served. so where should you be eating? consumer reports surveyed nearly 70- thousand readers about their experiencesat close to 240 restaurant chains -- from diners to fine dining --to help you find the best meals and deals. "diners want a sure thing when they go out to eat. they want to have a clean restaurant, tasty food and good value." for contemporary and seasons 52 stand out for food and ambience. seasons 52 boasts a seasonal menu, and while its not inexpensive, it is one of the few restaurants topping the ratings, where you can grab dinner for 40- dollars or less. for a truly great steak, regardless of price, trycapital grille. but dinner runs roughly 64-dollars a person. youll spend less than half that at longhorn steakhouse. you give
several other chains, including outback. "its all about expectations. people arent necessarily looking for the same thing in a 20-dollar meal as you are in a 60-dollar meal." dave and busters serves up plenty of arcade fun,but its at the very bottom of the ratings for ambience, service, value and food. if you are dining with kids, standouts include cracker barrel, rubys diner, islands fine burgers and drinks and rainforest caf. in the end, there are plenty of choices to keep most diner most people think they dont get a great value at chain restaurants. the consumer reports survey did find that people are much more likely to feel theyre getting a good 'bang for their buck' at independent restaurants. nearly 60 percent of people say the value they get at local restaurants is either very good or excellent. i'm jenna sachs contact 6.
lions sunday at noon. the fox 6 blitz post game will follow live from lambeau field. then watch the sports blitz at 10:35 for a total recap of the game. badgers coach paul chyyst declined to name a starter for saturday's big ten opener at number 8, michigan jeff proytkus says redshirt freshman alex hornbrook's preparing to be number one. he relieved basrtt houston and saved wisconsin from an embarrassing defeat to georgis state over the weekend at camp randall. and here are your choices for the high school blitz game of the week. waukesha north at waukesha south. greenfield at whitnall. racine park at racine case. go to fox6now.com slash sports to vote. the voting ends thursday night at 10. bucks star giannis antetokopunmpo iis going to be shown the money!
the vertical reports it's 4 years and 100 million dollars--all guaranteed. more dollars for giannis..less weight for greg monroe; at today's bucks foundation golf outing, the center said he's 10 pounds lighter. "just trying to continue to get better. trying to get my body better. i feel good. feel great. been here working out with my teammates last week so it's good to be back here. definitely good to be here at this golf outing right now. so, it's a good summer and definitely ready to get back to
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