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" i'm not a hero. i'm just a regular citizen doing what every citizen should do." now at 6 - new details... on what led to the shootout between police and the east coast bombing suspect. plus - an m-p-d officer... on the wrong side of the law this morning.. what she's chrg up. good morning and welcome to wakeup! rob's weather today: mostly sunny. high: 78 dewpoint: 60 wind: se 5-10 mph tonight: rain and thunderstorms return. low: 64 dewpoint: 59 wind: ssw 5-10 mph traffic check red on traffic map
yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays breaking overnight... police arrest eight more people in connection to the bastille day attack in nice france. authorities say mohamed bouh-lel-- a tunisian national-- drove a 20-ton truck into a crowd thursday during bastille day celebrations... killing 86 people. boo-ehl was shot and killed by french police. investigators now say the suspects they arrested this week... are
man is now in custody... facing five counts of attempted murder of a law enforcement officer... after a shootout in new york. that man was named a suspect in saturday's bombings in new york city and new jersey over the weekend. kim murphy's in the newsroom with more on how police tracked down admad rahami after investigators released a photo of rahami... it was only a matter of hours before police tracked him down. rahami... who is believed to be seen on surveillance cameras near the night.... is a naturalized u-s citizen from afghanistan. authorities say a backpack of explosives found in elizabeth yesterday morning... was at rehami's last known address. police eventually tracked him down not far from there in linden... where he was arrested after a shootout. " now that we have a suspect in custody the investigation can focus on other aspects, such as whether this individual acted alone and what his motivations may have been." the f-b-i is now examining the undetonated bombs found in new
rahami's family and friends. in recent years many communities have held active shooter trainings to better 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 has the latest. the mass shootings in san bernadino - orlando - north carolina - and aurora, colorado to name a few... sparked action across the country, and hee wisconsin. first responders say no place can be considered off limits when it comes to mass shootings. and so officers as well as citizens need to be prepared for every scenario. the video we're showing you is of other drills and trainings that have happened are the greater milwaukee area. todays in brookfield theyll talk about three options you have when facing an active shooter situation - to run, hide or fight. the goal for first responders in these situations is to get to the
stop the shooter before the number of victims rises. the active shooter training session is geared toward those with area businesses, but it was open to everyone. many officials saying drills like this are important, and it's important for the public to be involved, because they are the ones that will see and hear the most when these incidents unfold. todays trianing is being held at the brookfield public safety building on north calhoun road. it begins at 9:00am and runs until 10:30 and its open and free to all residents. reporting in brookfield, julie collins. fox 6 news. an off-duty milwaukee police officer is arrested for drunk driving-- and accused of rear ending a squad car. mpd says it happened saturday afternoon near 76th and 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 years. investigators say she was off-duty-- but under the influence. 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."
person on the other side of her job. she knew she did wrong even though she is a police officer" this morning... that officer is suspended from her job 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 check out this video: heavy rains yesterday... hit wisconsin hard... especially around dane county. the downpours led to flash flooding no major damage was reported -- but there were reports of tree limbs being knocked down. happening right now - a national manhunt is underway for a kidnapping suspect and two victims. who police are searching for - next on wakeup. plus - rejected by insurance. why one woman says her company's dumping a massive medical bill on her. plus... why a restaurant cook is accused of assaulting co- workers with a skewer while on the job.
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wind: ssw 5-10 mph happening now - police are searching for an endangered 13 year old girl and her newborn baby. police believe christopher derleth abducted his 13e stepdaughter katherine and her infant son... who is less than three weeks old. derleth has been charged with aggravated kidnapping... and officials believe the victims may be in danger. investigators won't say who the baby's father may be... and have issued an amber alert in west virginia. the suspect may be driving a 19-97 green mercury villager minivan with illinois license plates. an insurance company... refusing to cover a woman's 54-thousand
carol mullins says she tripped and fell on her face in her home in colorado... but her insurance company won't handle her bill because she was legally drunk. the 55 year old says she tripped because her grandchildren left a sled partially hidden behind a chair back in march - and insists she would have tripped over that sled sober too. mullins fractured a cheekbone. her insurance company says its policy speaks for itself... but suggested mullins file an appeal. three people... treated for injuries after a fight breaks out at a golden it all started in the kitchen... where a cook says he was being bullied as he washed dishes. that cook was then accused of grabbing a two and a half foot long skewer used to roast chickens... and assaulting two co-workers and a customer. the fight spilled into the dining area. that customer who was attacked managed to subdue the cook... and hold him down until police arrived. the cook is charged with four counts of malicious wounding. straight ahead on wakeup - we're following the very latest developments after police arrest the east coast bombing suspect in a
this morning... as police continue investigating the bombs found in new york and new jersey... officials are assessing security... as hundreds of world leaders arrive in manhattan. they're in the city for the united nations general assembly this week. kim's in studio with the latest... and kim... president barack obama is also in new york right now? at the u-n... president obama called on americans to remember what inspire fear. we all have a role to play as citizens in making sure that we don't succumb to that fear. and there's no better example of that than the people of new york and new jersey. police arrested a 28 year old immigrant from afghanistan... ahmad rahami... in connection to the bombings in new york and new jersey. police found him sleeping in a doorway - and then engaged in a
rahami faces five counts of attempted murder of a police officer - federal charges have not been filed yet. meanwhile... more than 800 immigrants who were supposed to be removed from the country... were mistakenly given u-s citizenship. that's according to a new report from the department of homeland security. the report says 858 immigrants used a different name in their citizenship applications. but they slipped through the cracks because their fingerprints had not been digitized... and weren't easily accessible during their citize those u-s citizens may end up being de- naturalized, depending on a review recommended by the report. anchors chat/toss to rob rob's weather forecast from fox6 meteorologist rob haswell high pressure takes over for one day eventually bringing us sunshine. however, last nights rain
dense fog this morning. that will take until mid-morning to clear. highs today will be in the upper 70s but dewpoints will be falling. that is temporary however as another warm front pushes our way with another round of storms starting stay unstable into thursday with even a slight chance of storms into friday. the weekend cools to near 70 with a slight chance for showers or thunderstorms each day. today: mostly sunny. high: 78 dewpoint: 60 wind: se 5-10 mph
return. low: 64 dewpoint: 59 wind: ssw 5-10 mph wednesday:rain and thunderstorms return. high: 80 dewpoint: 68 wind: ene 5-10 mph thursday: mostly cloudy with a chance for thunderstorms. am low: 62 high: 78 dewpoint: 66 wind: se 5-10 mph friday: chance for thunderstorms. am low: 63 high: 74 dewpoint: 62 wind: ne 5-10 mph saturday: partly cloudy with a slight chance of showers. am low: 57 high: 70 dewpoint: 57 wind: ene 5-10 mph sunday: mostly cloudy with a chance for thunderstorms. am low: 53 high: 70
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pic looking ahead - today the department of transportation will release safety guidelines for self- driving cars. the feds say self-driving cars will make the roads safer... more accessible and cleaner. the new explain how the cars should perform... with a 15 point safety list. the guidelines will also include a model for state policies. government officials say they will be aggressive in monitoring the quality of the self-driving cars on the roads. and looking ahead to tomorrow... replacements for the galaxy note seven will be in stores. note 7 users stateside have been told to pick up their free replacement from samsung, their wireless carrier or the store where they bought the phone. federal regulators issued a massive recall on the galaxy
phones overheated and started fires. since august -- samsung sold 2.5 million of the phones around the world. coming up - what's the best bet for your dining dollars? the restaurants giving people the best bang for their bucks - it;s a contact six report. and we're continuing to monitor the very latest developments on the terror investigation in new york and new jersey. plus - the steps community leaders are taking to bridge gaps between police and the black community. and fo road to the white house in 2020.... goes straight through kenosha.
hoodie. it, like, kind of shocked me" .... i said this guy looked similar, like, very familiar, to the same guy." now at 6:30-- after a shootout with police, the suspect in the east coast bombings has been arrested. we hear from the man who helped police track him down. plus-- knowing your rights. how a local organization is helping people when it comes to encounters with police. anchors adlib welcome back sunny. high: 78 dewpoint: 60 wind: se 5-10 mph tonight: rain and thunderstorms return. low: 64 dewpoint:
suspected in this weekend's bombings in new york and new jersey is waking up behind bars... after he was captured during a shootout with police. no federal charges have been filed yet - but ahmad rahami faces charges for attempting to murder the officers in that shootout. nicole has the latest from the
shootout with rahami... but neither of them suffered life-threatening injuries. rahami was wanted in connection to several explosions in new york and new jersey this weekend - including one in chelsea that injured nearly 30 people. after investigators sent out alerts with his picture.... a bar owner called police... after spotting the suspect sleeping right in front of his business. "so he moved toward his left and, like, he was slouching...tried to take out something. that's the point when cop took out the gun and he pointed toward him and it went so fast. it happened in, like, 15, this morning... law enforcement is still working to learn more about the suspect. rahami reportedly wasn't on any terror or no-fly watch lists. at this point... police say they aren't looking for any other suspects. happening now - a discussion about the relationship between police and the black community. state senator lena taylor ...
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. they believe talking about the issue is a good place to start. there's no question that in a community that's very segregated that access to justice for all has been challenging. now... the panel is urging community members to make their own voices heard through already existing venues -- like monthly police crime meanwhile... 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 says instead... you need 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
wisconsin is launching a jobs access point center near sherman park. through the program... people can learn about available jobs... training programs... and services like food stamps. 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. the mobile job access centers are scheduled to happen once a week...for the next five weeks...moving to a different location each week. 9 to 7. the city of kenosha... getting dragged into a bitter argument between g-o-p party chairman reince priebus... and "never trump republicans. priebus is telling republicans... to support the nominee... because never trump.... could translate to never becoming the nominee down the road. he didn't mention anyone by name...but ohio governor john kasich, texas senator ted cruz and former florida governor jeb bush haven't endorsed donald trump. priebus says the
beyond. those people need to get on board. and if theyre thinking theyre going to run again someday, you know, i think that were going to evaluate the process of the nomination process, and i dont think its going to be that easy for them. kasich was not happy... saying that he would not be bullied "by a kenosha political operative." kenosha is priebus's hometown. wisconsin's assembly majority leader tweeted his thoughts...saying that priebus's threat was "a big mistake." 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 this morning's contact 6 report. nearly half of every dollar 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.
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 fare, both hillstone and seasons 52 stand out for food and ambience. seasons 52 boasts a seasonal menu, and while its not inexpensive, it is one 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 up a bit on service and ambience, but their food bested several other chains, including outback. "its all about expectations. people arent necessarily looking for the same thing in a 20-dollar meal as you
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 diners happy. overall, 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. nearly60 the value they get at local restaurants is either very good or excellent. i'm jenna sachs contact 6. do you have a consumer issue or investigation idea? give jenna a call!! the number is on your screen or you can file a complaint on the contact 6 page at fox-6-now-dot-com. coming up - we're learning new details about the attacker who stabbed several people at a minnesota mall. an unarmed man - shot and killed by police. now... police release footage of the moments leading up to
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traffic check red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays a washington county man who was found guilty of killing his wife... in a deadly crash on valentine's day. richard pafford was convicted of homicide by intoxicated use of a vehicle.prosecutors say richard and his wife renee had been drinking on valentines day - and were driving home around 1-30 in the morning - when richard lost control and crashed. renee
injuries... and still needs a wheelchair or walker to get around. authorities say his blood alcohol level was twice the legal limit at the time of the crash. his hearing is at 1:30. also in court today - an off duty milwaukee firefighter.... who was accused of driving drunk and causing a deadly crash on brewers' opening day. joshua larson is accused of causing the crash... which killed an uber driver and his passenger back in june. west allis police arrested larson. he has a status hearing at 8:30 this morning. moments leading up to a fatal officer-involved shooting in tulsa. 40 year old terence crutcher was shot friday night during a traffic stop. police say crutcher didn't comply with their commands and reached inside his vehicle. one officer first used a stun gun on crutcher... then the other officer fatally shot him. crutcher was not armed. crutcher's sister says the family has seen video of the shooting and wants charges brought against the officer. tulsa police say the officer is
has opened an independent investigation into the use of force. in florida... officials say the state is making major strides against the zika virus. governor rick scott announced a travel ban has lifted in miami's hard-hit wynwood neighborhood. the travel 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 focusing on miami beach. protesters... continuing to demonstrate against the dakota access pipeline. more than 40 people were arrested in southeast iowa for trespassing on a construction site.... as hundreds gathered to show support for the standing rock sioux tribe in north dakota. the "standing rock sioux" tribe says that pipeline would destroy an area that once was the confluence of the missouri and cannon-ball rivers -- a site held sacred by the tribe for generations. developing this morning - prosecutors say new jersey
bridgegate closures. the bridgegate trial began yesterday. christie's top aides bill baroni and bridget anne kelly are charged with fraud... and conspiracy. prosecutors claim in 2013-- fort lee's mayor refused to endorse christie's reelection plans. in return they say -- baroni and kelly hatched a plan to close some of the lanes on washington bridge. the lanes were closed for over a five-day stretch... creating paralyzing traffic. christie has denied knowing anything members of his administration... but prosecutors warn they will prove otherwise. authorities say the minnesota mall attacker appears to have acted alone... in what the f-b-i is calling a "potential act of terrorism." this morning... new details are emerging about the suspect... and what those in his community describe as an uncharacteristic and abrupt turn toward violence. william blair anderson, st. cloud police chief "my directive this morning to my staff was that i wanted to know everything about him. from the
chief of saint cloud, minnesota... ...reacting to the identification of saturday's mall stabbing suspect. federal law enforcement sources say dahir adan dah-hear ah-dan stabbed 10 people before being shot dead by an off-duty police officer.police, also reacting to an isis-linked news agency's praise for the attacker as a quote "soldier of the islamic state." william blair anderson, st. cloud police chief "i did read the news release that was sent out by isis, but at this time we haven't uncovered anything to substantiate that."the terror group's claim hasn't been independently close-knit somali community -- also expressing skepticism. haji yussuf, somali community leader "the idea that people like isis will claim this responsibility for me, for us is ridiculous."the attacker -- a private security firm employee -- reportedly had a good reputation.... ...but two community leaders in touch with his family say he was acting strangely before the incident. as for the victims who were initially hospitalized... ....st. cloud's mayor says they are recovering from their injuries. mayor dave kleis / st. cloud "i'm happy to report that
have been released from the hospital."i'm reid binion reporting. anchors chat and toss to rob rob's weather forecast from fox6 meteorologist rob haswell high pressure takes over for one day eventually bringing us sunshine. however, last nights rain coupled with clearing skies has lead to some dense fog this morning. that will take until today will be in the upper 70s but dewpoints will be falling. that is temporary however as another warm front pushes our way with another round of storms starting tonight and into wednesday. we stay unstable into thursday with
friday. the weekend cools to near 70 with a slight chance for showers or thunderstorms each day. today: mostly sunny. high: 78 dewpoint: 60 wind: se 5-10 mph tonight: rain and thunderstorms return. low: 64 dewpoint: 59 wind: ssw 5-10 mp return. high: 80 dewpoint: 68 wind: ene 5-10 mph thursday: mostly cloudy with a chance for thunderstorms. am low: 62 high: 78 dewpoint: 66 wind: se 5-10 mph friday: mostly cloudy with a slight chance for thunderstorms. am low: 63 high:
mph saturday: partly cloudy with a slight chance of showers. am low: 57 high: 70 dewpoint: 57 wind: ene 5-10 mph sunday: mostly cloudy with a chance for thunderstorms. am low: 53 high: 70 dewpoint: 56 wind: se 5-10 mph r meteorologist rob haswell high pressure takes over for one day eventually bringing us sunshine. however, last nights rain coupled with clearing skies has lead to some dense fog this morning. that will take until mid-morning to clear. highs today will be in the upper 70s but
warm front pushes our way with another round of storms starting tonight and into wednesday. we stay unstable into thursday with even a slight chance of storms into friday. the weekend cools to near 70 with a slight chance for showers or thunderstorms each day. today: mostly sunny. high: 78 dewpoint: 60 wind: se 5-10 mph tonight: rain and thunderstorms return. low: 64 dewpoint: 59 wind: ssw 5-10 mph wednesday:rain and thunderstorms return. high: 80 dewpoint: 68 wind: ene 5-10 mph thursday: mostly cloudy with a chance for thunderstorms. am low: 62 high: 78 dewpoint: 66 wind: se 5-10 mph friday: mostly cloudy with a slight chance for understorms. am l: 63 high: 74 dewpoint: 62 n 5-10 my oudy with a slight cnce of showers. am low: 57 gh: 70 dewp ene 5-10 mph su oudy with a chance for thunderstorms. am low: 53 high: 70 dewpoint: 56 wind: se 5-10 mph we get closer to the packers m. after a rough loss to the vikings sunday. mike mccarthy rarely criticizes a player in public..least of all aaron rodgers. here's how the head coach.. broached the subject yesterday. "ya look at everybody's fundamentals; aaron's no different. ya look at, obviously if you're talking about a route. what was the cause, what was the challenge of the route? the time clock is
passing game; so that'll be a focus of ours this week". this sunday... the packers will host the lions 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. and this morning... we've learned minnesota's adrian peterson has a torn was hurt in the third quarter of the game sunday... but the team is optimistic he'll return at some point this season. vikings coach mike zimmer says he has not ruled out peterson for the vikings' next game this sunday against carolina. meanwhile... jay cutler leaves the bears game against the eagles early... because of an injury to his throwing hand. cutler was out before the fourth quarter started. the bears fell 29 to 14.... and they've got a tough month ahead
20th. this morning at 9 - individual game tickets for the admirals will go on sale. you can buy those tickets at the admirals office on kilbourn avenue from 9 to 5 during the week... or at the b-m-o harris bradley center box office. the team kicks off its 2016-17 home schedule by hosting the iowa wild on october 29th at 6:00 at the u-w for more details on how to get tickets... visit fox6now dot com. big news for the bucks. the team has an agreement on a contract extension with its 21-year-old star... giannis antetokounmpo. the vertical reports giannis will get 100 million dollars over the next four years. and remember-- in
coming up... could you become "the fan who lived" in the house where "the boy who lived" grew up? harry potter fans - you won't want to miss this story. plus. "i'm dr. cassidy cascade. right this way. i saw right this way. okay." and we're giving you a preview of fox's season premieres happening tonight... "we're getting our work out in early this morning. the wi athletic club's brookfield location just had its grand opening. we'll show off the new digs this
the real-world house is in the suburban town of bracknell... about 25 miles west of london. the county also is home to the windsor castle- and neighbors would include the u.k. prime minister. but- bring your checkbook. the house is listed for about six- hundred-twenty thousand u.s. dollars. fox's fall premiere week continues tonight... with three of its big hits. the sixth season of "new girl" will premiere at 7:30 tonight. zooey deschanel - the star of the show - will be directing herself. the hit has been nominated for five emmy awards and five golden globes. oh... and did we mention it'll have a crossover episode with another fox hit this season? "there's going to be co-mingling in both directions i think, it's going to be like the mr. schmidt virus in the matrix infected the real world." brooklyn nine nine kicks off its fourth season with jake and
season premiere begins at 7. and last but not least... one of kim's favorites is back tonight. scream queens kicks off at 8... in a new setting. "anybody here?" screams. "you seem surprised to see us." the chanels are all back... and so is jamie lee curtis! newcomers john stamos and taylor lautner will play doctors on the show. and... if you watch th season tonight... you'll get to see the world premiere of lady gaga's newest music video... perfect illusion. now at seven --- breaking news
morning in mount pleasant. a live report for the scene is straight ahead. plus.. the suspect in the bombings in new jersey and new york city is charged with five counts of attempted murder. ahead what we are learning about his background. good morning and welcome back to wakeup! time now x:xx weather forecast from fox6 meteorologist rob haswell high pressure takes over for one day however, last nights rain coupled with clearing skies has lead to some dense fog this morning. that will take until mid-morning to clear. highs today will be in the upper 70s but dewpoints will be falling. that is temporary however as another warm front pushes our way with another round of storms starting tonight and into wednesday. we stay unstable into thursday with even a slight chance of storms into friday. the weekend cools to near 70 with a slight chance for showers or thunderstorms each day.