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college. will plans to be an astrophysicist. here's the kicker though-- will's best friend will be joining him at college next year-- at only 10-years-old. you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. "based on the information that we have now we have every reason to believe that this was an act of terror." "no town in america is anymore." now at 5- new details this morning about the man-- now in police custody for the bombings in new york and new jersey. what we know about the suspect and what charges he faces. what to do when faced with an active shooter... that's the goal of today's training exercise in brookfield. how police officers are helping the community stay prepared. rob joins us now with more on
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fall into the upper 50s to around 60 by morning. partly sunny and quiet on tuesday with a high around 80. thunderstorm chances return overnight tuesday and into wednesday. tuesday: partly sunny. high: 80 dewpoint: 57 wind: se 5-10 mph anchor adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays breaking news out of france this morning. paris prosecutors say that there have been eight new arrests in
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86 people dead. officials say the suspects were linked to the attacker mohamed bouhlel ...and the arrests were made in the alpes-maritimes region in the southeast corner of france.the eight men arrested are tunisian and french. isis claimed responsibility for the july 14th attack. investigations into the stabbing at a minnesota mall continue this morning... this-- as we learn more about the man arrested in connection to the bombings in new york city and new jersey. nicole joins us in studio with the latest. 28-year-old ahmad rahami is now in custody-- facing five murder of a law enforcement officer. rahami was named a suspect in saturday's bombings in new york city and new jersey. just hours after investigators released his photo-- rahami was found sleeping in a bar doorway in new jersey. the afghan immigrant was injured in a shoot out with police . he's being held on 5-point two million dollars bail and remains in a local hospital. federal charges have not yet been filed. two officers were hurt trying to arrest rahami... their injuries are not
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part-time officer who shot and killed a man stabbing people at a saint cloud mall was at the right place at the right time. police say dahir adan stabbed ten people before he was isis-linked news agency reportedly praised the attacker as a quote "soldier of the islamic state." the claim has not yet been verified, but the fbi is investigating the incident as a potential terrorist act. all of those hospitalized have since been released. in recent years many communities have held active sho prepare its citizens in the event of an active shooter at their school or place of business. and today the brookfield police department is opening its doors for the public to get informed. julie collins live outside the brookfield public safety building with the details - julie? the training is an hour and half long - and focuses on how to quickly and effectively react when faced with an active shooter. the video were about to show you is other active shooter trainings around the
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police and military personal but now firefighters and school teachers are being taught how to best handle an active shooter. officials looked at mass shooting situations from around the country when they designed these training scenarios. and during todays training theyll talk about three options you have when facing an active shooter situation - to run, hide or fight. these situations is to get to the injured more quickly - and to stop the shooter before the number of victims rises. the city of brookfield police department recommends that all its residents and businesses receive this type of training. it is being offered in the courtroom of the public safety building on calhoun road in brookfield and its free. reporting live outside the public safety building, julie collins.
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is in the hospital after she was grazed by a bullet. milwaukee police responded to a reported shooting near holton and chambers around 1-45 this morning. investigators say a 24-year-old woman was arguing with a suspct. during the argument, the suspect pulled a gun and shot at the woman. investigations are ongoing. milwaukee leaders come together ... to talk about the relationship between police and the black community. state senator lena taylor ... and president of the association mike crivello ...were among those on a panel at city hall last night. panel members said they want to build trust ... and ensure justice for all people. not easy things to accomplish ... but talking about the issue is a start. there's no question that in a community that's very segregated that access to justice for all has been challenging. the panel is urging community members to make their own voices heard through already existing venues
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alert meetings. 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 last night... speaker jarrett english says many young african american men and women panic and run when they encounter police. he urges instead to remain calm-- but also assert your constitutional rights. another workshop is planned in mid- october on the same issue. that one will include a representative from the police department. wisconsin is launching a jobs access point center near the sherman park area. through the program... people can learn about available jobs and training programs. last month, governor scott walker announced the two-point-five million dollar investment following the riots near sherman park. the mobile access center is being set up at parklawn assembly church today... and will be at three other locations in the coming weeks. today's center will be open from 9 to 7. a milwaukee man will learn his fate today after shooting a
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lutheran high school. last year, police say 37-year-old michael riley shot a 15-year-old boy in the knee-- and grazed a teacher. both victims survived. according to court documents-- it all started when riley's daughter got into a fight with another student after a basketball game. riley faces several charges including first degree reckless injury. riley's sentencing is scheduled for later this morning. the united nations-- suspending aid operations in syria following a deadly airstrike. the latest on the ceasefire. early voting is already underway in some parts of wisconsin. when you can cast your ballot in your neighborhood. a florida neighborhood is now deemed safe for travelers and free from the zika virus. the latest on efforts to battle the
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temperatures will fall into the upper 50s to around 60 by morning. partly sunny and quiet on tuesday with a high around 80. thunderstorm chances return overnight tuesday and into wednesday. tuesday: partly sunny. high: 80 dewpoi mph tensions are rising as north korea completes yet another test. but first-- warplanes resume their bombings in the syrian province of aleppo....causing
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country. nicole is in the newsroom with the latest. syrian conflicts will top the agenda for the annual united nations general assembly meeting today. the u-n is suspending aid operations in syria. this is after aid workers were reportedly among those killed by airstrikes in aleppo last night-- just hours after the syrian military declared a ceasefire had expired. the aid convoy was part of a routine dispatch to rebel-held parts of the province. the cease-fire initially went into effect a week ago. the u-s says it's prepared to urging the u-s to release details -- so other key nations can contribute to controlling it and getting humanitarian aid. another test by north korea... this time, it's a "space launch vehicle." the north's state media --reporting that kim jong u-n guided the ground test of a high-powered engine of a carrier rocket for a geo-stationary satellite. but the u-n says it's a cover for missile tests since rockets can share similar bodies and engines.
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test, the country's most powerful to date. flights grounded, tourists stranded-- at the main airport in costa rica after a volcano erupts. local news sources say the turrialba volcano erupted four times yesterday-- sending ash and smoke up to 13-thousand feet high in the air.the eruption forced several flights to cancel in san jose. there's no word on when normal operations are expected to resume. before you grab that breakfast waffle this morning-- the should know about. what you should look for in your freezer. samsung is working to fix a problem with the galaxy note 7. when you can get your hands on a
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temperatures will fall into the upper 50s to around 60 by morning. partly sunny and quiet on tuesday with a high around 80. thunderstorm chances return overnight tuesday and into wednesday. tuesday: partly sunny. high: 80 dewpoint: 57 wind: se 5-10 mph red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays
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check your freezer before grabbing that eggo waffle for breakfast this morning... about 10-thousand cases of eggo nutri- grain whole wheat waffles are part of a 25 state rea due to listeria concerns. the recalled waffles are available in 10-count packs with "best if used by" dates of november 21 and 22, 20-17. there have not been any reports of illness but kellogg is asking consumers to throw away the affected products and to contact the company for a full refund. progress in florida in the fight against zika virus... governor rick scott announcing a travel ban has lifted in
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ban was enacted after wynwood became the first area in the u-s where mosquitoes transmitted zika to people... officials say it's been 45 days since the last infection -- and the area is no longer considered a zone of active transmission. now they're focusing on miami beach. voting is already underway for the november election. early in-person voting began in wisconsin rapids yesterday. and early voting is set to get underway next tuesday in milwaukee. earlier this year -- a federal judge struck down certain voting restrictions -- saying it'll give voters more time to cast their ballot. now the only restriction on early in-person voting is that it can't occur on the monday before the election. and the 20-16 presidential candidates will face off in their first debate in less than one week. hillary clinton and donald trump will debate three times before the general election-- with the first one being next monday. their vice presidential candidates will face each other
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temperatures will fall into the upper 50s to around 60 by morning. partly sunny and quiet on tuesday with a high around 80. thunderstorm chances return overnight tuesday and into wednesday. tuesday: partly sunny. high: 80 dewpoint: 57 wind: se 5-10
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why let someone else have all the fun? the sometimes haphazard, never boring the why can't it smell like this all the time the learning the virtue of sharing
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for wrongful death of his
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cathriona white the prescription drugs she overdosed on last september. the lawsuit also alleges the actor improperly obtained prescriptions for ambien and oxycodone under an alias. carrey calls the lawsuit "heartless," saying that he loved white and that the suit was an attempt to profit from her death. the 30-year-old makeup artist was found dead in one of carrey's home. her death was ruled a suicide. replacements of samsung's galaxy note 7 will be available regulators recalled the smartphone last week after dozens of people reported that it caught fire while charging. the fires were traced to a battery problem believed to affect point-one- percent of the two-point-five million phones sold worldwide since august. note 7 users have been told to pick up their free replacement from samsung, their wireless carrier or the store where they bought the phone. a mother is facing charges of child abuse - accused of
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how many times prosecutors say she took her infant to the hospital. a local police department is making sure the community is prepared in case of emergency. details on today's active shooter
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now at 5:30 a milwaukee police officer-- facing suspension -- accused of driving drunk. what police say happened while she


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