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now at 8:00. breaking news out of racine county this morning. police investigating a hit and run this morning that has left two people injured. our julie collins will have an update from police coming up in a live report. also this morning - we continue to learn more about the man suspected of multiple bombings in new york and new jersey over the weekend. more on the charges the suspect
good morning and welcome back to wakeup.. time now x:xx adlib weather forecast 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 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. the weekend cools to near 70 with a slight chance for showers or thunderstorms each
traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays breaking news right now in racine county...where police investigating a hit and run. two people were injured..and police continue to search for the driver responsible. our julie collins is live at the scene with th there's a heavy police presence on sheridan road near 1st street in racine county. as part of the investigation, the southbound lane of sheridan road has been shut down between 1st
06:46:34 'one had already gone - there were two different ambulances and one had already gone and there was still one left over on the other side - like a hump but then it was somebody and then he sat there quite a while.' 06:46:51 also breaking this morning --- police arrest eight more people in connection to the bastille day attack in nice, france. authorities say mohamed
14th -- killing 86 people. boo-ehl was shot and killed by police. investigators now say the suspects they arrested this week... are linked to boo-ehl. 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. kim joins us in studio with the latest. 28-year-old ahmad rahami is now in custody-- facing five counts of attempted murder of a law enforcement officer. rahami was named a suspect in saturday's bombings in new york city and 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 life-threatening. in minnesota-- officials say the part-time officer who shot and killed a man stabbing people at a saint cloud mall was at the right place at
adan stabbed ten people before he was killed.an 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. developing overnight-- a woman 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. inves with a suspct. during the argument, the suspect pulled a gun and shot at the woman. investigations are ongoing. later today --- a milwaukee man will learn his fate for shooting a teenager in the parking lot of wisconsin 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
several charges including first degree reckless injury. riley's sentencing is scheduled for later this morning. a milwaukee mother facing child abuse charges. 24-year old kiara key-are-uh patterson allegedly subjecting her infant to medical tests the child did not need.prosecutors say she took her infant to four different hospitals and urgent care facilities a total of 21 times since birth. doctors say the child was fine. according to the criminal complaint, many of the tests and medical procedures that the were invasive, painful and exposed the baby to radiation. the child was also allegedly 'given medication that may not have been necessary.' her lawyer said our deadline on this story was too soon... and declined to comment. an off-duty milwaukee police officer find himself on the other side of the law after being arrested for drunk driving-- and accused of rear ending a squad car. mpd confirms it happened saturday afternoon near 76th and florist.
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. the officer works at district four and has been suspended. 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. we are learning more details about a plane crash in door county that killed two people. officials say a returning a teenage flying student to door county from green bay around 8- 30 sunday night. witnesses saw the plane circling and called 9-1-1. it took about an hour and a half to find the wreckage in peninsula state park. federal officials are investigating. happening today - the state of 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
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. ahead on wakeup this morning - reducing stress at work and getting fit at the same time! we'll tell you all about a new app that does just that coming up. plus - seat belt safety an important issue to teach your kids. what one mom in arizona did to teach her daughter a serious lesson. and carl is live this morning at the new wisconsin athletic club
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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 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. traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays one of the perks of the new wisconsin athletic club in
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 dewpoints will be falling. that is temporary however as another warm front pushes our
upper 70s today! right now . when storms return next! "all the single ladies. now put your hands up. up in the club, we just broke up. i'm doing my own little thing." single ladies, listen up... dont worry if he never put a ring on it! a new study shows --- no groom equals no gloom --- at least when youre a bit older. in general, married folks are supposedly happie who are divorced, widowed or never hitched. the exception to this rule, women in their 60's --- that's according to two bowling green university sociology professors. they surveyed 51-thousand americans and used 38 years of national data to discover- 'eternally' single women in their 60s, are just as happy as married ladies. now gender matters though... and 'perpetually' single men, ranked lower on the happiness scale than
to teach her three year old the importance of seat belt safety. michelle fortin's daughter kept taking off her seat belt during a ride home... so the mom...called the cops! scottsdale officers arrived at the scene and took the opportunity to back up the mom's message -- driving home the importance of seat belts. "i guess it was an extreme choice on my part to call police, but i knew she was gonna remember it" apparently, the plan worked-- the little girl has promised it won't happen again. still to come on wake up -- we're not talking about yogi. what happened when a bear walked into hotel. plus, unwinding-- while at work.
reliever.. ahead on wakeup how these guys able to pose and stretch-- just feet from their office. plus, we are following breaking news out of mount pleasant after an early morning hit-and-run. a live report from the scene after the break./ here's a live look at... you're watching fox 6 wakeup news--
out of mount pleasant --- two people are recovering after an early morning hit-and-run, what police are saying about the investigation. good morning everyone and welcome back to wakeup. 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 mid-morning to clear. highs today will be in the upper 70s but dewpoints will be falling. that is temporary however as
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. traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no
completely intoxicated. with drugs or alcohol or both. so right now it is very hard to communicate with them. milwaukee leaders coming together ... to talk about the relationship between police and the black community. state senator lena taylor ... and president of the police 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
challenging. the panel is urging community members to make their own voices heard through already existing venues -- like monthly police crime 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 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. happening today - sentencing for 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
day - and were driving home around 1-30 in the morning - when richard lost control and crashed. renee pafford died on the scene. richard suffered critical 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. the man accused of planting bombs in new york and new jersey is still in the hospital following a shootout with police that led to his arrest. the investigation into his motives moves in to high gear today -- as authories are now s diane gallagher has the latest from newark, new jersey. with the suspect in the bomb attacks in new york city and seaside park, new jersey, now in custody ... new questions emerge. authorities say they want to know ahmad khan rahami's motive ... and whether he was working alone. the 28-year-old was taken into custody monday, after the n-y-p-d and f-b-i asked the public for help in finding him. rahami was detained just a few hours later, when a bar owner in linden new jersey spotted him and alerted
his face, when he moved his hoodie. it, like, kind of shocked me because i was watching cnn on my laptop and you guys have his picture on site, like, on a site. i said this guy looked similar, like, very familiar, to the same guy." another new jersey resident captured the moments just before the confrontation with authorities. rahami walks towards police pointing a weapon and then ... gunfire. rahami ... a witness to the dramatic scene. harinder bains/ bar owner "after that the whole thing took maybe 30 seconds, once went towards door whole thing happened so fast, because right away he went to his gun. sources say ramani -- a naturalized u-s citizen from afghanistan -- is "directly linked" to the bombings. he's believed to be seen on surveillance
saturday's explosion left 29 people injured. all have been released from the hospital. korea completes yet another test. but first-- warplanes resume their bombings in the syrian province of aleppo....causing the united nations to suspend aid operations in the 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. the international committee of the red cross says last night's
happened just hours after the syrian military declared a ceasefire had expired. that cease-fire initially went into effect a week ago. the u-s says it's prepared to extend the truce. now france is urging the u-s to release details -- so other key nations can contribute to controlling it and getting humanitarian aid. syria's military is denying it was behind airstrikes that hit an aid convoy. another test by north korea... this time, it's a "space launch vehicle." --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. earlier this month, north korea conducted its fifth nuclear 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
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. muggles need not apply. coming up on wake up-- the house of harry potter goes up for sale. we'll tell you the price tag. plus-- a bear walks into a hotel.. no. it's not the start of a joke. it really happened! we'll tell you where and how the bear's adventure ended. and thanks to technolog the tip of your fingers ...including yoga teachers. next a look at the new app that's making all this possible.. and carl is working up a sweat.
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===== nicole: the place that is giving young artists a free space to express their creativity. ===== cass: plus -- from the runway right into your closet. ===== nicole: our frugal fashionista is here with the hottest trends for fall -- and where you can get them for less. real milwaukee is next. rest and recovery is almost as important as the workout itself for staying in shape. at least that's what carl is trying to tell us this morning from the new brookfield location of the wisconsin
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 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
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: 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 dewpoint: 56 wind: 5-10 mph forecast from fox6 meteorologist rob haswell high pressure takes over foone day e. however, last nhts rain coupled with clearing skies has lead to some dense fog this morning. thatill take until d-m. that is temporary however as another warm front pushes our way with another round of storms starting tonight and n into trsday with even a slight chance of storms into friday. the weekend cools to near 70 th a slight chance for showers or thunderstorms each day. today: mostly sunny. high: 78 dewpoint: 60 wind: se 5-10 mph tonight: rain and understorms return. low: 64 dewpoint: 59 wind: ssw 5-10 mph wednesday:rain and thunderstorms return.igh: 80 de 10 mph thursday: mostlcloudywit thunderstorms. am low: 62 high: 78 dewpoint: 66 wind: se 5-10 mph friday: mostly cloudy with a slhchance for thum low: 63 high: wpoint: 62 wind: ne 5-10 mph saturday: partly cloudy with a slight chance of showers. am low: 57 high: dewpoint: 57 win 5-10 mph sunday: mostly cloudy with a chance for thunderstorms. am low: 53 high: 70 dewpoint: 56 wind:
reduce stress at work and it also help employees get fit. fox's zohreen adamjee has more. from desk to down dog. a new app and website called easy pose lets you access yoga teachers on demand. they come to you whether you're at home or at work. perfect for rachel like two months just because we've been so busy." when rachel's boss told her about easy pose, she thought perfect. it took just minutes for part of village work spaces to transform into a studio. "the convenience of on demand apps is really changing the way we work and i think just in general a lot of start up companies we want to have a good work life balance." balance with just
to be. it is supposed to be stress free and easy." all thanks to ruben dua who took yoga classes at a former job. "i kinda said to myself there should be an app for that." three month later he created one. it now has over a thousand teachers, and in la, new york and san francisco. "we have all their schedule updated in our system. we make sure that they are certified. we make sure they are really well reviewed." "sometime you just can't leave the office, or you don't have time after work cause you have your own life to do so to be somebody come to the offices to do it, that's amazing. i came back to work refreshed, it was awesome" a bear flips the tables on amazing. i came back to work refreshed, it was awesome" come to the offices to do it, that's amazing. i came back to
a bear flips the tables on goldie locks in alaska. still ahead we'll tell you about the hotel that one bear thought was juuust right! plus-- who needs a hotel when you can stay in the home of a wizard. the house of "the boy who lived" is up for sale... you'll die when you hear the price. and don't touch that dial-- you'll wa coming to t-v tonight, for their
"nats. no sir not one blasted letter." the house where a young harry potter received his first letter to hogwarts is up for sale. the dursley's home on four 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. "brooklyn nine-nine," "new girl," and "scream queens" are
fox six. the stars of the programs talk about their characters...and interesting twists that are in store for us. fox's adam housley takes a look. "today is the day that i forever change, oh are you growing a mustache." fox tv's tuesday night line-up is filled with familiar faces ... as "brooklyn nine nine", "new girl", and "scream queens" kick off the new season... "i want you to enroll as medical students and come work in my hospital" curtis says: "season two is three years later and i run a hospital and i bring hospital and i hire john stamos and taylor lautner as surgeons at my hospital. so i now run a hospital." "so nice of your mom to get us this trip ahhhh" simone says: "it's fun being cece married to schmidt and they've written him as the most supportive enthusiastic husband in the world which is hysterical to
upcoming hour long cross over with new girl samberg says: "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." "you look perfect, go to hell larry" viewers should expect some plot twists on the comedies... peretti says: "your gonna see us having to work a nightshift, your gonna see us under a new captain who is pretty much the opposite of captain ???" simone says: "this season we c do other stuff it's not like oh i love you but i don't know so they are doing normal married couple stuff they are house hunting." "hi i'm doctor rockhold i went to harvard and i'm doctor kasky kascade" on scream queens -- newcomers taylor lautner and john stamos feel like first year medical students... stamos says: "the hardest part is playing a doctor, the doctor lingo, you'd think with being on er." launter says: "yeah, you've had experience." stamos says: "i had a big line last night and i wrote a big sign to read it and even then i got it wrong and then you
snd full: scream queens "through the power of the internet anyone can be an md" in hollywood, adam housley, fox news. staff at a hotel in alaska won't ever forget the guest that sent them running. the guest --- a 200 pound black bear. eddie parker, aviator hotel ambassador "he'll go right back in and decide, i'll take a peek inside." well-- the bear didn't stay because he scared off the one person that was able to check him in. since he couldn't sleep there he went down the street to take a nap in a tree-- but it never came! wildlife workers showed up. they got him o and sound-- putting an end to his downtown adventure. real milwaukee starts now intro show: welcome to real