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as a tulsa police officer is charged with manslaughter in a shooting nation's attention. and a traffic tracker alert. all lanes of northbound i-41 at bluemound road are closed as crews clean up a jackknifed semi accident. good morning and welcome back to wakeup.. time now x:xx
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tulsa officer betty shelby has been charged with the fatal shooting of terence crutcher -- killed one week ago. shelby has been booked and released from jail....after prosecutors charged her with first-degree manslaughter. crutcher after his s-u-v broke down. a criminal complaint says her "fear resulted in her unreasonable actions" when she shot him. she is accused of "unlawfully and unnecessarily" shooting him after he did not comply with police commands. attorneys for crutchers family say they will be seeking a vigorous prosecution that results in a conviction. meanwhile in charlotte -- a state of emergency remains in effect. a midnight curfew was supposed to go into effect last night...but police said they'd allow protesters to
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they remained peaceful. the protests come after an officer shot and killed 43-year-old keith lamont scott protesters are calling for the release of police dash cam footage of the incident. the family viewed the video -- their attorney says it shows scott getting out of his car peacefully. but charlotte's police chief says they will not release the video...since it doesn't clearly show scott had a gun. and in wauwatosa -- it's been three months since a deadly officer- involved shooting. the family of jay anderson wants to know why police have released such little informatin this point is that at 3 a-m on june 23rd, anderson was seated in his car at madison park. police say he was in possession of a gun and something happened to make an officer fear for his safety. today, the anderson family says it wants the officer's name to be made public, considering the officer's names have been released in recent shootings in tulsa and charlotte. they also want the body camera video released.... wauwatosa police said thursday they don't want to release evidence in "bits and pieces," adding all
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milwaukee police are investigating a double shooting a 53 year old man is dead...a 23 year old was also shot. deandra corinthios is live from mpd's district five with the latest by our count at fox6...this marks milwaukee's 99th homicide of the year. there were 145 last year...and 86 in 2014. right now, police are searching for a suspect...and a motive. thursday just before 6 pm in milwaukee's harambe neighborhood. police were called to palmer and chambers. witnesses describe hearing two bursts of gunfire. police say a 53 year old man was shot and taken to a local hospital where he died. police say the second victim is a 23 year old man...who suffered a non life threatening gunshot wound...was also taken to the hospital. two grandparents tells us they are thankful none of the bullets hit the kids who were playing on the block. "we heard the shooting pow pow
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shot who or nothing but we ran into the house i had to get all my grandkids into the house" it is not clear if the 23 year old man in the hospital was one of the shooters. police list him as a victim in their release. the relationship between both men is also still unclear. reporting live in milwaukee deandra corinthios fox6 news. are killed in a crash yesterday morning... and an arrest is made in the shooting of a 9-year-old boy. angelica is in the newsroom with details. the 9 year old boy remains in the hospital.. he was shot in the neck and back, in a house near 20th and hadley wednesday night. investigators say the two children had been playing with a loaded gun. police have taken a 30 year old woman into custody... recommending that she be charged with leaving a loaded
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district attorneys office in the coming days. two people are dead, after a car crashes into a department of public works truck. the crash happened near 76th and sheridan around 9-30 yesterday morning. milwaukee police say the dpw truck was pulling a wood chipper-- when it was hit by the car the 20-year-old woman riding in that car died on the scene. the driver later died at the hospital. the two people in the d-p-w truck were not injured. the first weekend of fall begins with oktoberfest. events around town when we talk live with karen, scott and radar at fm 106.1 next. and panera has a way for customers to eat clean.... and believe it or not -- it starts with eating bacon? plus carl is previewing the maker faire at state fair park .
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time now for another friday of milwaukee musts! karen, scott, and radar join us good morning guys.. waukesha oktoberfest today &
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when good, clean food comes to the door, do your best to contain your excitement. now delivering to your home or office in milwaukee.
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when good, clean food comes to the door, do your best to contain your excitement. now delivering to your home or office in milwaukee.
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but love bacon will probably love panera bread's new idea. the restaurant chain says it's now serving "clean bacon" ...and it's the first national restaurant chain to have it. panera says its bacon is made with six ingredients-- pork... water... sea salt... sugar.. celery powder and thyme extract. the company says it has removed all of the artificial preservatives... flavors.. sweeteners and artificial colors. since 20-15 -- panera says the meat itself has been sourced from pigs raised on antibiotics or gestation crates for pregnant sows. ahead at 8:30- the family of a wauwatosa man calling for the release of a police shooting video that left a loved one dead. why officials say it hasn't be made public yet. luzader says "..one final weekend for these two candidates to cram for monday night's debate. i'm doug luzader in washington. we'll
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yesterday, you do not see a gun at any point in either one of those videos" now at 8-30 the attorney for the family of man shot and killed by police in charlotte talking about what he saw on the video . this as a third night of protests.... but this time much more peaceful. good morning everyone and welcome back to wakeup.
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delays green on traffic map = no delays by police in tulsa, oklahoma say they're grateful an officer has been charged. betty shelby now faces charges of first degree manslaughter. prosecutors say shelby quote "reacted unreasonably" during last friday's encounter. fox's patricia stark has more from new york. an officer is charged in the
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outrage from the community following the release of a police video... showing 40-year-old terence crutcher had his hands in the air. kunzweiler says: "in the matter of the death of terence crutcher, i determined that the defiling of the felony crime of manslaughter in the first degree against tulsa police officer betty shelby is warranted." protests in tulsa have been peaceful in the wake of his death. while crutcher's family is satisfied by the district attorney's announcem saddened by his loss. crutcher says: "while we are pleased to learn that the officer who senselessly killed my beloved twin brother will face criminal charges for her reckless act, we understand that nothing will bring him back." officer betty shelby was on her way to a domestic violence call last week... when she saw crutcher's car in the middle of the road. police had originally said she fired her gun after he tried reaching into his car. solomon-simmons says: "we knew
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evidence fairly and transparently to a d-a's office, kunzweiler's office, steve kunzweiler's office, that it was readily apparent that officer shelby had to be charged." crutcher's twin sister says they want to break the chains of police brutality. crutcher says: "our goal now as a family is to ensure that this never happens to another innocent citizen." on-cam tag if convicted, she faces between four years and life in prison. in new york, patricia stark, fox news. been much calmer in the city. a midnight curfew was supposed to go into effect last night...but police said they'd allow protesters to stay out as long as they wanted as long as they remained peaceful. the protests come after an officer shot and killed 43-year-old keith lamont scott --- who was allegedly armed. the demonstrations continue as many are calling for the release of police dash cam footage of the incident. in wauwatosa -- it's been three months since a deadly officer-involved shooting. the family of jay
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police have released such little information. all that's been made public to this point is that at 3 a-m on june 23rd, anderson was seated in his car at madison park. police say he was in possession of a gun and something happened to make an officer fear for his safety. today, the anderson family says it wants the officer's name to be made public, considering the officer's names have been released in recent shootings in tulsa and charlotte. they also want the body camera video released.... wauwatosa police said thursday they don't want to release evidence in "bits and pieces,"a released - but at once. one man is dead and another is hurt...after a shooting in milwaukee's harambe neighborhood. by our count at fox6...this is milwaukee's 99th homicide of the year deandra corinthios is live from district five with the latest on the investigation. witnesses describe hearing two burts of gunfire. a 53 year old man is dead. and a 23 year old was also shot.
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chambers. police tell us the 53 year old man died at the hospital. the 23 year old was also taken to the hospital...they say his injury is not life threatening. the relationship between both men is unclear. police are not sure if the 23 year old was one of the shooters. a press release lists him as a victim not a suspect. with the investigation underway...neighbors say they feel differently about their block. "we usually stay out here until 12 o'clock at night and nobody would bother us or anything but now i wouldnt stay out here past dark the neighborhood is changin our records at fox6 indicate this was milwaukee's 99th homicide of 2016. there were 145 people killed in the city in all of 2015...what was considered a very violent year. reporting live in milwaukee deandra corinthios fox6 news. looking across america -- in new
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waiting to talk to the man suspected of planting the bombs that left dozens injured. and in tennessee.. a deadly workplace shooting at an industrial plant. angelica is in the newsroom with details. three people were killed -- including the gunman... it happened at an industrial plant. police say the gunman was an employee, who was armed with a semi- automatic pistol.. he entered the "thomas and betts" plant yesterday afternoon and allegedly shot and killed two people, before turning the gun on himself. police are still trying to determine a motive. still waiting to speak to ahman rahami -- the man suspected of planting bombs in new york and new jersey. rahami remains unconscious following a police shootout. meanwhile -- rahami's wife arrived in the u-s... yesterday on a flight from the united arab emirates. she left for pakistan in june. sources say she is cooperating with authorities and is not considered a suspect. investigators are now focusing on rahami's family and whether any of them knew of the alleged terrorist's
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weekend of debate preps for hillary clinton and donald trump. the two will face off monday night in new york for what is expected to be a blockbuster event. and as doug luzader reports the two candidates continue to take very different approaches. different approaches. donald trump is said to be preparing for monday's debate, but he has barely campaign trail -- jabbing clinton ahead of monday's face-off. trump says: "where is hillary today? they say she has been practicing for the debate, some people think she is sleeping." clinton did take another day off the trail -- apparently studying up for monday night. by all indications, hers is a very traditional approach to this -- with mock debates and strategy sessions... and there is the expectations game, with her
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kaine says: "and donald trump is a good performer and he was a good performer in debates so i'm sure he's going to deliver a good performance." and she did get some high-level advice. obama says: "be yourself and explain what motivates you." trump's team is reportedly working with him to avoid any provocations on monday. he is said to dislike mock debates that would lead to an inauthentic performance. and look for clinton to specifically reach out to younger voters... as she did with an appearance on the online comdy ferns. nats says: "well this has been a lot of fun, mrs. clinton. we should stay in touch. what's the best way to reach you, email? you've got mail." trippi says: "10 i think it's one of the reasons she did this 'between the two ferns' interview and is out there trying to reach out to millennials. i mean, obama got 60 percent of the millennial vote against romney. she is getting about i think about 40
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will young voters -- many of whom supported bernie sanders for instance actually show up on election day? or are they so disgusted at the entire system that they simply stay home? in washington, doug luzader, fox news. say goodbye to soggy fries and cold sandwiches. how technology is making sure your food delivery arrives fresh and hot! that's ahead in our tech report. as the packers get ready for their first home game of the regular season. pip is turning to the pup's to get their winning picks for sunday's game carl is learning about some unique inventions at the maker faire. carl adlibs tease russ feingold: i'm russ feingold and i approve this message. narrator: listen to ron johnson on social security: johnson: social security is a legal ponzi scheme. narrator: as senator, johnson's been working
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it was doggie destiny was mr. bonejangles expecting the perfect toy at an amazing price? of course not. he's a dog. but that's the beauty of a store full of surprises.
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society joining us with rocco. and rocco seems chill, is he a veteran rocco? "he is, he's a little more mature than your average pup. he's a 2-year old dog and he's amazing. he's only about 5 - 6 pounds but he's go a lot of personality packed into this little guy. he's very social, he loves people he loves other dogs, he's just fantastic. he's pretty petite so i don't think he'd like to play football, but he'd definitely join you on the couh info on how to get aaron rodgers and that offense on track so there's some wisdom there." "so what is your prediction rocco? who are you going with packers or lions?" "oh right to the pack, third time in the season. hopefully the pack will be 2 up and one down. way to go rocco and he looks like he's interested in that as well. you can learn more about rocco and all the great pets up for adoption at the wisconsin humane
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can catch the game this sunday on fox6 at noon, that will be followed by the fox6 blitz post game live from lambeau. and at 10:35 tune in to the fox6 sports blitz for a total recap of the game. angela as always delighted to have you and of course rocco as well. go buddy go, and go pack go."
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interested in science and technology by connecting them to some pretty cool inventions. and what's better than souped up ca
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wakeup news. changing the way food is delivered. rich demuro explains in todays tech report. food items like grilled cheese and french fries just dont do very well for delivery... now a restaurant that specializes in these items is turning to tech to solve the problem. 1;37;20/nats... taking a bite of the sandwich 1;39;26/nats...crunching french fries its hard to believe..but the food im eating left the kitchen nearly half
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the sogginess of the bun its nice and dry under there... im at the melt... 1;15;01/were a fast casual restaurant... serving up grilled cheese, fries... and burgers. 1;15;04/we use all natural ingredients... delicious hot off the grill, not so easy to deliver. 1;23;47/this is the baby but thats changing... 1;15;41/were all about innovation when standard food delivery cases didnt keep catering items crisp and melty in transit... strategy manager mike pavel made it his mission to build a better one. error... a breakthrough when a team member brought in her hair dryer. 1;18;33/we jammed it in a clean this up cardboard box and blasted a melt for a good 25 minutes.much to their surprise... the bread stayed crisp... the cheese melty. 1;37;20/nats... taking a bite of the sandwich 1;37;27/umm...that is good... you can hear the crisp their smart box...as they now call it... uses an algorithm to adjust heat, humidity
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experience as if you had it right here in the restaurant. only a timer on the side gives away the gooey secret. 1;20;27/all this for grilled cheese happiness so far the melt has made a handful of their smart boxes.. but it could play a key role in expanding the companys future 1;41;22/we really really believe in what were doing... right now the melt is using their smart boxes for catering orders...but they are working on smaller versions of them that would enable individual delivery orders to stay just as fresh. that your tech report im rich real milwaukee starts now
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