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tv   FOX 6 Wake- Up News at 530  FOX  September 21, 2016 5:30am-6:00am CDT

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trigger. our this morning could bring some flooding...and also make for a messy commute. chief meteorologist rob haswell has more on just how much rain we could get. a frontal boundary will move over our area and to the south
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with the first round of rain and thunderstorms and then drift farther north again this afternoon. with that front in the area today and tomorrow, we can expect periods of rain and thunderstorms today and tomorrow and possibly lingering into friday. temperatures will range with areas along and south of the front in the upper 70s to low 80s and areas north of the front a few degrees cooler. we settle down saturday but another disturbance arrives for later sunday in to monday. today: periods of rain and thunderstorms. high: 80 dewpoint: 69 wind: sw 5-10
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angelica adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays green on traffic map = no delays a developing story out of charlotte, north carolina. about a dozen officers injured after protests turned violent. the demonstrators had gathered after police shot and killed a man. kim joins us now with the latest. police say they were serving a warrant at an apartment complex when they saw keith lamont scott -- who
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his car. he allegedly threatened the officer - who then shot and killed him. that shooting sparked violent protests last night in charlotte. some demonstrators threw water bottles and rocks at officers - injuring at least 12. others blocked the interstate and started a fire at the center of the highway. some police vehicles were also destroyed. police used tear gas to break up the demonstrators. we will continue to follow this developing story throughout the morning. be sure to stay up to date by downloading the fox 6 news app. developing stories from overnight including a shooting...and multiple crashes. let's start at 23rd and clark.. police say a 32-year-old man was shot just after two this morning. he told officers he was walking when he heard several gunshots and then realized he had been shot. he is expected to survive. so far - no suspects are in custody....and police continue to investigate. a police chase ends in a crash... police responded to palmer and north for a report of people with guns
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sped off. the car ended up rolling over near richards and meinecke. two of the three men inside ran but eventually all three were arrested. the driver suffered serious injuries. the other two were taken to the hospital as a precaution. all three had guns. on milwaukee's south side-- a woman has serious injuries after being hit by a vehicle at 60th and holt. she was struck while walking in the intersection just after 7 last night. police tell us they are investigating and the driver stayed on scene. andth side-- a woman is in critical condition after she was hit by two cars. it happened near 58th and villard just after 6-30 last night. police say the woman was crossing villard in the middle of the block when she was struck. officers say this caused her to fall into another lane, where she was hit by another car. she is reportedly in critical condition. both drivers stayed on scene and police continue to investigate. wisconsin lawmakers are poised to launch an investigation of the veterans home at king.
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disease outbreaks are reported. julie collins live downtown milwaukee with more - julie? a milwaukee family says it knows the conditions at the wisconsin veterans home at king all too well. the home will be the subject of a public hearing in madison today. king is located about two hours northwest of milwaukee-- in waupaca county. concerns started surfacing in 2005. lawmakers are about to audit the facility-- after claims of injuries, water. the daughter of a former resident says her father was given medication he was allergic to... and had conditions that went untreated. walter sundling was a resident at king from in april of 2012 until he passed in march of 2015. the family documented everything.... and says no one listened to their concerns about abuse... his family says officials at the wisconsin veterans home at king... ignored and overmedicated
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family wrote letters to king officials, legislators... and even sent complaints directly to governor walker. kw 'how much more can our families of veterans take, of neglect and abuse. something finally, truly gets done.' one of the legislative audit committee co-chairs says she expects members to approve the audit, which would likely start next week and be done next summer. democrats are asking why an audit wasn't done 11 months ago, when a democr republican tells fox6 that the state auditor was booked at that time. reporting live downtown milwaukee - julie collins, fox 6 news. for more details on the allegations of mistreatment at the veterans home just visitour website -- fox six now dot com, or your fox six news mobile app. a man is killed by police in charlotte as officers were serving a warrant at an apartment complex. now -- protesters are taking to the streets.. demanding answers.. how the victim's family says they can prove he did nothing wrong. wells fargo's c-e-o is under pressure to resign after facing a senate committee on capitol hill. how he plans to regain customers'
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rain and thunderstorms on the with a flash flood watch for parts of our area. right now with a high near 80. when we dry up next! a joint task force will investigate clashes between protesters and private security in north dakota earlier this month. plus - wells fargo's c-e-o under pressure to resign after facing
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kim is in the newsroom with more. senators from both parties slammed wells fargo for opening as many as 2 million deposit and credit card accounts without customers' approval or authorization. the company's c-e-o says he is deeply sorry...and should have acted sooner. stumpf says: "i accept full responsibility for all unethical sales practices in our retail banking business, and i am fully committed to fixing this issue, our culture, and taking the necessary actions to restore our customers trust." two weeks ago-- regulators fined wells fargo 185 million dollars in the scandal. the bank blamed dishonest employees -- and said it began firing them as they were caught through internal audits. still ahead in the six o'clock hour of wakeup -- disney is under fire for one of its halloween costumes. why some people are accusing disney of cultural appropriation.
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protests break out in light of a recent officer involved shooting. why the officer pulled the
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a frontal boundary will move over our area and to the south this morning with the first round of rain and thunderstorms and then drift farther north again this afternoon. with that front in the area today and tomorrow, we can expect periods of rain and thunderstorms today and tomorrow and possibly lingering into friday. temperatures will range with areas along and south of the front in the upper 7 80s and areas north of the front a few degrees cooler. we settle down saturday but another disturbance arrives for later sunday in to monday. today: periods of rain and thunderstorms. high: 80 dewpoint: 69 wind: sw 5-10
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traffic check red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays there's still confusion over who attacked an aid convoy in syria on monday. 20 civilians were killed in aleppo after the truck carrying supplies came under fire.. the u-s is blaming russia....but russia is denying that their forces or syrian forces were involved in the attack. the united nations has suspended all aid deliveries in the war torn region pending a
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charlotte, north carolina... with demonstrators blocking a freeway and about a dozen officers getting hurt. all this ... after police shot a black man they say was armed. fox's jackie ibanez, has more from new york. mos says: "they jumped off their truck. they said hands up. he got a gun he got a gun. pow pow pow pow. that's it. he had no gun" riots break out in charlotte, north carolina tuesday night... injun officers and several protesters... after police said they shot and killed a black man with a gun. mos says: "people are calling my phone saying that your brother had a gun. he had no gun." police say they were serving a warrant at an apartment complex... when they saw an armed man get in and out of his car... officer brentley vinson ... who is also black ... then shot and killed 43-year- old keith lamont scott. putney says: "as they engage him, he is armed with an hand
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imminent threat to them and because of that at least one of our officers fired..." scott's family says he was waiting in his car for his son like he does every afternoon. mos says: "his son was in school. he was waiting on his son to get off the bus. and mind you, this man is disabled, that he shot and killed." the family claims they have a video that proves scott did nothing wrong. mos says: "i'm going to get it off, don't worry about that. i'm going to get it out but do you understand that about me having this video that i'm a target too." the unrest in nor heels of a police shooting in tulsa, oklahoma. protesters there are calling for the arrest of officer betty shelby. jackson says: "don't shoot someone down unless your life was actually in jeopardy. her life wasn't in jeopardy. we see that. we saw the tape. everyone saw the tape." on-cam tag the officer in the charlotte shooting has been placed on administrative leave while an investigation is underway. in new york, jackie ibanez, fox news. toss to rob a frontal boundary will move over our area and to the south
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thunderstorms and then drift farther north again this afternoon. with that front in the area today and tomorrow, we can expect periods of rain and thunderstorms today and tomorrow and possibly >> about 42 the 16th hails per hour. and it is producing frequent if you take a look at that and zoom in, lakeshore and out over the lake, curve back to the south and southwest, let's take a look at the hill potential but the storm and you can see each one of these littler pockets indicating the doppler radar that there may be held with the storms in something we will keepep a close eye on movig to the southeast. the other issue a bigger issue,t
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couple of spots here. most of the pockets with the storms already coming through. a lot of this falling on anw area that has already seen torrential rain and wet soil already. flash flood watch for fond du lac and sheboygan county. and things through thursdayd evening come a fewy more thunderstorm activity. and that's all in the same spots, the flooding we will be watching fof throughout the day. again the line moving its way o the south and east. sheboygan back across to thet northwest, off to the south and west,t really coming across the county come it you see the darker shadedw areas. these are areas of torrentialo rainfall. and again, we seeee some hail indicatorw but that as well.
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pulling back noticer help combat that littlend pocket will be at this point overnight dropping into thehe area. we will give yu an idea of the little complex formed dropping into the region. what is going on bfa warm front to the south andnd west, and th2 come together to merge into a front that lays across the area the next 48 hours. the stormy weather through today and maybe lull and fires back up around lunch. the potential is there for another roundup strong, possibly severe storms and marginal risk in the region for severe form -- severe storms and some leader at 3:30 and 5:30 around the metro
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line nine and ten during the same pattern, flash flooding fond du lac and sheboygan, this line this evening, dealing with today, possibly for flash flooding in those areas. then it does look to improve a little bit thursday, and you still see suffering sam thunderstorms the morning come another round possibly in the afternoon, thursday, thursday night, and on friday, but likely saturday, down statewide, some showers and thunderstorm thunderstorms friday, friday afternoon and dry up saturday. a couple of wet and stormy days and particularly thursday settles dam friday but by the we
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sunshine, back for a chance of storms sunday night monday morning. 5:53, after the break we will tell you about heading to the white house for the holidays. halloween costume based off of the new movie causing in a poor and why people are not happy about it. russ feingold: i'm russ feingold and i approve this message.
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narrator: as senator, johnson's been working to turn it into one. he wants to privatize social security putting benefits at risk. and he attacks medicare -- would turn it into a voucher program, costing seniors thousands out-of-pocket. don't let ron johnson turn social security into a johnson: ...legal ponzi scheme. narrator: senator johnson. not for seniors. not for wisconsin. why let someone else have all the fun? the sometimes haphazard, never boring ...fun. the learning the virtue of sharing ...fun. why let someone else have all the fun? that's no fun.
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areas. right now with a high near 80. our risk of severe storms next. froedtert hospital's clincal cancer center gets some new equipment that may reduce radiation side- effects in cancer patients. the machine itself weighs more than 15-tons .... so in order
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roof and use a crane to lower it in. the machine --- called a "m-r linac" uses radiation and an m- r-i scanner to more clearly "see" tumor tissues...and adapt radiation doses while the patient is being treated.it's expected to be up and running next year. it will become the only cancer program in the midwest -- and one of just seven in the world -- to offer m- r-guided radiation therapy for treatment. a boy from greenfield -- getting some big-time recognition for 11-year-old abram suminski was recognized by the red cross and the city of greenfield last night.one year ago -- he saved his brother ... 5-year-old logan... who was choking on a piece of candy. after noticing logan was turning purple -- abram jumped into action -- performing the heimlich. "i was nervous but it's good that i was able to do it that quickly otherwise he would've passed out." abram was awarded the "american red cross certificate of merit"
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obama. it's the highest honor given out by the red cross. a piece of northeast wisconsin will take center stage at the white house this holiday season. a tree from is oconto will be the focal point of the "blue room" this year. whispering pines tree farm is the 20- 16 national christmas tree association grand champion winner. and it wasn't a quick decision white house staff members took their time...looking for what they said needed to be right the shape, smell, and color...and also met requirements such tall. the whispering pines owners says the tree that has received the ribbon of honor is one that is truly one of a kind. dave vander velden/ owner, whispering pines tree farm "i've been doing all experimental trees, trying all different strains varieties, trying to find the goose that laid the golden egg, and this is one of them that turned out pretty good." the tree farm's owners will be presenting the tree to the first lady at the white house the day after thanksgiving. this is the third
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white house, to provide the official christmas tree. all anchors chat/toss to 6am wakeup news. protests erupt... following a fatal officer involved shooting. we're monitoring the latest developments there. sb 'he said, he received better care for his foot in a german pow camp than he did for his leg wounds at sb 'he said, he received better care for his foot in a german pow camp than he did for his leg
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allegations surfacing... of injuries... infections... and tainted drinking water... at a home that's meant to serve the men and women who served our country. good morning and welcome to wakeup! rob's weather today: periods of rain and thunderstorms. high: 80 dewpoint: 69 wind: sw 5-10 mph tonight: periods of rain and thunderstorms. low: 67 dewpoint: 70 wind: se 3-5 mph you can see that that line is moving through the metro area up into the county and then a really good idea, and very dramatic feel of the strong storms on the line come a carved line offshore sheboygan county and then curves back into

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