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now at seven --- the man suspected of shooting five people to death at a seattle mall... now in custody. what we know about him - straight ahead. and --- the new developments... af accidentally shot by his younger brother. who's faces charges this morning... good morning and thanks for waking up with us. i'm derica williams. and i'm stephanie barichello. breezy with a few rain showers possible this morning. the temperature will climb into the middle 70s ahead of a cold front, which will bring a better chance for thunderstorms in the afternoon. some of these storms may be strong to severe. expect windy and cooler conditions monday into tuesday as high temperatures only reach into the low 60s. temperatures will gradually warm back to normal, in the upper 60s, by the end of
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shooter who killed five people at a washington state mall is over. last night, they arrested a 20-year- old man who immigrated from turkey but is a legal u-s resident. andrew spencer has more. police say 20-year-old arcan cetin of oak harbor, washington, is the man who walked into a macy's store and started shooting. mayor steve sexton / burlington, wa "and our community we suffered a devastating loss of 5 treasured members of our community, who all have done any given day that was us in that mall. "blurry surveillance photos showed a rifle-toting man at the washington state mall. police in burlington say he is the sole person responsible for killing five people in a shooting rampage friday night. lt. chris cammock / mount vernon police "the suspect entered the mall without a weapon. about ten
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rifle. fired multiple times, struck, again, four females ranging in age from a teenager to seniors. also, a male was struck and all four of those were mortally wounded."witnesses described a chaotic scene, when the shooting started about seven-o'clock friday night -- with people running -- unsure of where to seek safety. armando patino/ witness "the most chaotic that i've seen in a while and the mos you know, i wouldn't think this would even happen here, so...i'm shocked."after the attack, the man vanished into the night along interstate 5 about an hour north of seattle. deputies arrested cetin saturday as he walked along a sidewalk in oak harbor. they say he did not try to run. i'm andrew spencer reporting. meanwhile... in charlotte... protesters take to the streets
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protests remained largely peaceful... and come after police released new video from a controversial officer involved shooting. the video only shows a partial view of the incident that lead to the death of 43- year-old- keith scott. police also released photos of the gun they say was recovered at the scene... as well as the ankle holster they say scott was wearing... and drugs found in his possession. in the spirit of transparency, you're going to get everything that we can deliver. facts, footage and an explanation of where we stand today relative to the investigation. far more questions than with have answers. it does not make sense to us how this resulted in a loss of life. it just does not make sense and it is not clear in the videos that were released. charlotte police released two pieces of video: one from an
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camera... the other from a dashboard. developing this morning - police say robbers who were fleeing walmart in a stolen van... caused a three-vehicle crash - with a city bus involved. it happened near 51st and villard shortly before 5 yesterday. officials say a stolen van blew threw a red light and hit an s-u-v-- which in turn hit the bus. the 5 suspects in the van ran. two of them-- teenage girls-- police say the group was involved in a robbery at the walmart at 103rd and silver spring before the accident. the four passengers in the van received minor injuries --as well as two of the nine people on the bus. a milwaukee boy is recovering after his 6-year-old brother accidentally shoots him. now the boys parents have been charged in the case. fox 6's ashley sears has the details. the boys' mother, 30-year-old nicole jackson, was in court
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issued for her child's father. both accused of being irresponsible with a firearm. nats inside the milwaukee county courthouse-- 30-year-old nicole jackson enters a court room. she's accused of leaving a loaded firearm near her child. 11:59 counsel, what is her plea at this time? not guilty. wednesday evening--she was taken away in handcuffs from her home on milwaukee's north side.her 6- accidentally shooting his 9-year- old brother. according to a criminal complaint-- a semi-automatic pistol was left loaded on top of a kitchen cabinet. authorities interviewed the injured 9-year-old--shot in his neck and back-- he told police his little brother stood on the kitchen table, holding the gun--then fired. the little boy said "he felt pain...and heard his brother crying." police investigated the scene, while neighbors watched. 11:06 it's just sad...it's just
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told them it was not his little brother's first time playing the with gun-- he'd caught him weeks earlier and "told him not to touch it..." 11:19 you should not have guns in the house for kids to play with. police say their mother admitted the gun belonged to the boy's father--who is a convicted felon. while she goes through court saturday-- police issue an arrest warrant for child's father, dominique phillips. and jackson is ordered to have no contact with him. 14:54 do you understand maam? yes. the childs father has also charged with possesion of a firearm by a felon. he is not yet in custody. meantime, because of the shooting the 9- year-old boy suffered broken ribs and required a chest tube. jackson has not been able to see her son. in the newsroom, ashley sears fox 6 news. it's a big day for packers fans - as the home opener kicks off right here on fox. we're breaking down how the team's hoping to bounce back from a
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plus - one of the most popular apps for your smartphone... unveils a new product - that promises to up your snapchat game. julie is live at the art museum... where the susan g komen race for the cure is happening today.
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you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. breezy with a few rain showers possible this morning. the temperature will climb into the middle 70s ahead of a cold front, which will bring a better chance for thunderstorms in the afternoon. some of these storms may be strong to severe. expect windy and cooler conditions monday into tuesday as high temperature low 60s. temperatures will gradually warm back to normal, in the upper 60s, by the end of the work week. today: breezy with afternoon/evening t-storms. high: 75 dewpoint: 65 wind: se 10-15 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. low: 54 dewpoint: 62 wind: w 5-10
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komen race for the cure. nearly 15-thousand participants are joining together today in the fight against breast cancer. julie collins joins us live from the art museum... where festivities are getting underway now. who? susan g. komen southeast wisconsin and nearly 15,000 race komen southeast wisconsins annual race for the cure, featuring a 5k race and the komen mile 1.4 miles .where? on milwaukees lakefront. starting line, media tent located in front of the milwaukee art museum on lincoln memorial drive by the entrance
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2016. festivities kick off at 7:00 a.m. race officially starts at 9:15 a.m. why? 1 in 8 women will develop breast cancer in her lifetime. the annual race for the cure is komen southeast wisconsins largest fundraising event. 75% of net funds raised here stays in the greater milwaukee community; 25% goes toward groundbreaking breast cancer
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breezy with a few rain showers possible this morning. the temperature will climb into the middle 70s ahead of a cod bring a better chance for thunderstorms in the afternoon. some of these storms may be strong to severe. expect windy and cooler conditions monday into tuesday as high temperatures only reach into the low 60s.
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60s, by the end of the work week. today: breezy with afternoon/evening t-storms. high: 75 dewpoint: 65 wind: se 10-15 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. low: 54 dewpoint: 62 wind: w 5-10 mph monday: windy and much cooler. wind: w 15-25 mph tuesday: breezy and cool. am low: 48 high: 63 dewpoint: 44 wind: nw 10-20 mph wednesday:partly sunny. am low: 49 high: 66 dewpoint: 49 wind: n 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. am low: 51 high: 68 dewpoint: 50 wind: ne 5-10 mph friday: mostly sunny. am low: 52 high: 70 dewpoint: 50 wind: e 5-10 mph breezy with a few rain showers possible this morning. the temperature will climb into the middle 70s ahead of a cold front, which will bring a better chance for thunderstorms in the afternoon. some of these storms may be strong to severe. expect windy and cooler conditions monday into tuesday as high temperatures only reach into the low 60s. temperatures will
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in the upper 60s, by the end of the work week. today: breezy with afternoon/evening t-storms. high: 75 dewpoint: 65 wind: se 10-15 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. low: 54 dewpoint: 62 wind: w 5-10 mph monday: windy and much cooler. high: 64 dewpoint: 46 wind: w 15-25 mph tuesday: breezy and cool. am low: 48 high: 63 dewpoint: 44 wind: nw -20 mph wednesday:partly sunny. am low: 49 hig 66 dewpoint: 49 wind: n 5-10 mph thursday: mostly nny g 68 dewpoint: 50 wind: ne 5-1mph friday: mostly sunny. am low: 52
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snapchat... now expanding beyond its typical platform for short vanishing videos. the app's company has been renamed "snap incorporated" ... with the goal of offering more than just snapchat. the company now has picture sharing sunglasses...called spectacles. this is the company's first hardware product. the cam can capture 10 seconds of a wider view and will connect directly to snapchat...allowing you to share video that more closely resembles human vision. spectacles cost about 130-dollars and will come in black, teal and coral. reports say the product will roll out this fall.
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all anchors chat coming up in the next half hour of wakeup. the man accused of shooting and killing five people at a shopping mall... now captured. we'll hear from the officer who got him in custody. plus - as protesters take to the streets in charlotte for a fifth night... police release video of the moments leading up
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why let someone else have all the fun?
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the learning the virtue of sharing ...fun. why let someone else have all the fun? that's no fun. it's baking season. warm up with pillsbury. morning... as police capture a man suspected of gunning down innocent people at a shopping mall in seattle. and --- a new film takes a look back at a violent attack in waukesha county... that made headlines across the country. we talk to the director... coming up
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possible this morning. the temperature will climb into the middle 70s ahead of a cold front, which will bring a better chance for thunderstorms in the afternoon. some of these storms may be strong to severe. expect windy and cooler conditions monday into tuesday as high temperatures only reach into the low 60s. temperatures will gradually warm back to normal, in the upper 60s, by the end of the work week. today: breezy with afternoon/evening t-storms. high: 75 dewpoint: 65 wind: se 10-15 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. low: 54 dewpoint: 62 wind: w 5-10 mph
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manhunt.... seattle police have finally arrested a suspect wanted for friday night's mall shooting that left 5 people dead. police had been looking for 20-year old arcan cetin. the suspect was taken into custody last night... roughly 30 miles from the shooting scene. investigators say around 7 o'clock friday night... cetin walked into the cascade mall, in burlington, washington with a rifle and opened fire near the makeup counter of a macy's. 4 women and one man died... their ages ranging from a teenager to a senior officer described how they brought the manhunt for cetin to an end. "i saw an individual walking northbound on the sidewalk and immediately recognized, that is the person i just viewed on my computer. i did an abrupt u turn, hit my light, pulled my gun and myself and my reserve deputy eric grombaugh put the individual into custody." police did find a hunting rifle
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scene. investigators say they were also able to identify the suspect's vehicle, after looking at other video taken outside the mall. cetin had a previous record for "simple assault" last year. he immigrated from turkey... but is a legal u-s resident. charlotte police release both body camera-- and dash camera footage-- from the incident where keith scott was shot by an officer. and this morning... we're also getting a more detailed timeline of what police say lead up to the shooting. fox's steve harrigan has the latest from charlotte. releasing are the objective facts. police in charlotte, north carolina, releasing dash cam and body cam footage of tuesday's fatal police shooting, after days of public outrage and protests. putney says: what we're giving you is the most complete puzzle that we can without trying the case out in public. the video is still only showing a partial view of the incident that lead to the death of 43-year-old- keith scott. putney says: "the footage
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absolute certainty -- as to what this case represents and what the outcome should be. " police also releasing photos of the gun they say was recovered at the scene, as well as the ankle holster they say scott was wearing, and drugs found on him. putney says: there is no single piece of evidence that proves all the complexities relative to this case. shortly after the footage was rel press conference reacting to the news. dotch says: "we shouldn't have to humanize him in order for him to be treated fairly. what we know and what you should know about him is that he was an american citizen who deserved better. that is our position and it should be yours." tag: there were two pieces of video released by the charlotte police-- one from an officer who did not do the
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on, the other from a dash board police camera which did show the shooting, but still uncertain from that video whether or not scott was holding a gun. in charlotte north carolina, steve harrigan, fox news our coverage continues at fox6now.com on the fatal shooting in charlotte. we have posted both the dashcam and body camera footage. happening now - police are investigating after a person was shot near one of chicago's biggest tourist attractions: millennium park. got into an altercation with a man while walking down the street. that's when the man pulled out a gun and shot her brother... hitting him in the head. she said the attacker tried to get away on a bike. "i chased him to the street, trying to hold the bike down. his girlfriend comes and punched me and ripped my shirt and i wind up on the ground and another security guard came to help me. i called the police, they stole my phone and my brother is unconscious and going
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person into custody. no word on the victim's condition at this time. developing this morning - three people are hurt-- two of them badly burned-- after a fire pit explosion. germantown police say they responded to reports of a burn victim at a mcdonalds about 1 a-m yesterday morning. when they arrived-- they found two women with serious burns on 40-percent of their bodies-- and flew them to saint mary's burn center. investigators learned they were burned on kings way whe was thrown on an open fire pit. they went to that address and found a man with minor burns.. germantown police are investigating the incident. an h-b-o documentary on the "slenderman" case makes its milwaukee debut. the film focuses on the case of two waukesha girls, accused of trying to kill their friend to appease a fictional character called "slenderman." fox6's jonathon gregg spoke with the director, following a screening
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slenderman" director irene taylor brodsky explores the vulnerability of youth and whether the girls accused should face adult court. the two-hour documentary made its wisconsin debut at the oriental theater saturday. the film follows case against two 12 year-old girls, charged with trying to kill their friend. irene taylor brodsky is the filmmaker behind the project. only recount the events of attack but of the pervasiveness of the internet's darker side. brodsky also explores the mental health of the accused girls at the time of the attack and asks the question how should society hold our children accountable. the film includes home movies of the girls, photos from their childhood and interviews with family members of morgan geyser and anissa weier "there are two more showings of "beware the slenderman" sunday 1pm here at the oriental theater and wednesday october 5th at the times cinema in wauwatosa. reporting in milwaukee, jonathon
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introducing you to an adorable lion cub from south america. plus... "we're a big company. millions of moving parts. hey. how you doing man. we all work very hard to ensure those moving parts function as means to a very profitable end for all of us." n april of 20-10, eleven people were killed when the "deepwater
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a first look as that story comes to the big screen. julie is live outside the art museum where the komen race for the cure kicks off at 9:15.
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you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. breezy with a few rain showers possible this morning. the temperature will climb into the middle 70s ahead of a cold front, which will bring a better chance for thunderstorms in the afternoon. some of these storms may be strong to severe. expect windy and cooler conditions monday into tuesday as high temperatures only reach into the low 60s. temperatures will gradually warm back to normal, in the upper 60s, by the end of the work week. today: breezy with afternoon/evening t-storms. high: 75 dewpoint: 65 wind: se 10-15 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. low: 54 dewpoint: 62 wind: w 5-10 mph the 2016 komen race for the cure kicks off in less than two hours. jullie collins joins us live from outside the milwaukee art museum... where pre-race festivities are already
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race impact because of the 2015 race for the cure, in 2016, susan g. komen southeast wisconsin was able to invest $195,328 in national breast cancer research programs to find the cures and granted $1,191,019 to 15 to the following breast health community partners in southeast wisconsin. those programs fund screening, diagnosistic services and financial assistance to those diagnosed who need it most: columbia st. marys g l ignace indian health cente health muslim community & health center pro health waukesha wheaton franciscan healthcare st. francis wheaton franciscan healthcare st. josephs tricias troops university of wisconsin- milwaukee, school of nursing wisconsin womens health foundation additional 4 partners to be selected
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middle 70s ahead of a cold front, which will bring a better chance for thunderstorms in the afternoon. some of these storms may be strong to severe. expect windy and cooler conditions monday into tuesday as high temperatures only reach into the low 60s. temperatures will gradually warm back to normal, in the upper 60s, by the end of the work week. today: breezy with afternoon/evening t-storms. high: 75 dewpoint: 65 wind: se 10-15 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. low: 54 dewpoint: 62 wind: w 5-10 mph monday: windy and much cooler. high: 64 dewpoint: 46 wind: w 15-25 mph tuesday: breezy and cool. am w: 48 high: dewpoint: nd: nw 10-20 mph wedsday:partly nny. m n 50 mph thursday: mostly n. am1 gh: 68 dewpoint: 50 win 5-10 my sunny. am low: 52 hig dewpoint: 50 wind: 5-1mph breezy with a fewrain sws morning. the temperature will climb into the middle 70s ahead of a cold front, which will bring a better chance for thunderstorms in the afternoon. some of these storms may be strong to severe. expect windy and cooler conditions monday into tuesday as high temperatures only reach into the low 60s. temperatures will gradually warm back to normal, in the upper 60s, by the end of the work week. today: breezy with afternoon/evening t-storms. high: 75 dewpoint: 65 wind: se 10-15 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. low: 54 dewpoint: 62 wind: w 5-10 mph monday: windy and much cooler. high: 64 dewpoint: 46 wind: w 15-25 mph tuesday: breezy and cool. am low: 48 high: 63 dewpoint: 44 wind: nw
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the story of the real life heroes on board the deepwater horizon... is now coming to the big screen. our gino salomone talked with mark wahlberg about portraying one of those heroes. were a big company. millions of moving parts. hey. how you doing man? we all work very hard to ensure those moving parts function at a means to a very are you seeing this? the superhero movies are one thing i love that young people enjoy them but these people are heroes. oh absolutely. these are ordinary people forced to do extraordinary things and i find that very inspiring. something chaotic like that happens something life threatening. they dont think. theres no time to think. yeah ill tell you mike does not like
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says i was dont think. theres no time to think. yeah ill tell you mike does not like being called a hero. you know he says i was just doing my job helping my brothers and they would have done the same for me. but he did some pretty extraordinary things. mike what is that? is everything okay? mike? ill call you back ill call you back. how important was it for you to have mike along on this ride? you know the first thing i said is i really need to talk to mike. i dont feel comfortable being involved if i cant actually speak with him directly. and then as soon as i met him i asked him to be consulting without anyones permission. but i thought who better than mike he knows the rig better than anyone and he was the last one off the rig. may day, may day this is deepwater horizon. whats wrong? not now baby. we all know the environmental toll but
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11 people lost their lives and all i remember from all the media coverage was the environmental disaster so i thought it was really important to honor those 11 and everybody else who did everything they could to survive and help others. music deepwater horizon hits theaters this friday. you can catch gino salomone weekdays on fox six news at four. ahead on wakeup at eight --- we're not just talking about movie debuts this morning.. we'll show you the newest - and cutest - addition to a zoo in
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explored her new home for the first time. her mother accompanied her during her debut, constantly keeping an eye on her. she's the first lion born in captivity at a peru-vian zoo in over 20 years-- weighing in at only 20 pounds right now. zookeepers say the young lioness is healthy-- and is quite the character. all anchors chat coming up in the eight o'clock hour of wakeup.. the very latest details on a deadly mall attack - as police capture the suspect. with less than 48 hours to go until the first presidential debate... hillary clinton and donald trump are renewing their efforts to win over wisconsin. who's visiting next... adlib weather stay with us - we'll be right back with
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you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. now at eight --- the manhunt for a suspected mall shooter... now over... but questions about why and how it happened... just beginning. plus - partial footage from the deadly officer involved shooting in charlotte... now released to the public. reaction to what it shows... coming up. good morning and thanks for waking up with us. and i'm stephanie barichello. breezy with a few rain showers possible this morning. the temperature will climb into the middle 70s ahead of a cold front, which will bring a better chance for thunderstorms in the afternoon. some of these storms may be strong to severe. expect windy and cooler conditions monday into tuesday as high temperatures only reach into the low 60s. temperatures will gradually warm back to normal, in the upper 60s, by the end of the work week. today: breezy with afternoon/evening t-storms.
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mostly cloudy. low: 54 dewpoint: 62 wind: w 5-10 mph police say the manhunt for the shooter who killed five people at a washington state mall is over. last night, they arrested a 20-year-
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turkey but is a legal u-s resident. andrew spencer has more. police say 20-year-old arcan cetin of oak harbor, washington, is the man who walked into a macy's store and started shooting. mayor steve sexton / burlington, wa "and our community we suffered a devastating loss of 5 treasured members of our community, who had done nothing more than what we all have done any given day that was us in that mall. "blurry surveillance photos showed a rifle-toting man at the burlington say he is the sole person responsible for killing five people in a shooting rampage friday night. lt. chris cammock / mount vernon police "the suspect entered the mall without a weapon. about ten minutes later, entered macy's with a rifle. fired multiple times, struck, again, four females ranging in age from a teenager to seniors. also, a
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wounded."witnesses described a chaotic scene, when the shooting started about seven-o'clock friday night -- with people running -- unsure of where to seek safety. armando patino/ witness "the most chaotic that i've seen in a while and the most chaotic that, to me, that's ever been here. you know, i wouldn't think this would even happen here, so...i'm sh the night along interstate 5 about an hour north of seattle. deputies arrested cetin saturday as he walked along a sidewalk in oak harbor. they say he did not try to run. i'm andrew spencer reporting. meanwhile... in charlotte... protesters take to the streets overnight for a fifth night. the protests remained largely peaceful... and come after police released new video from a controversial officer involved
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view of the incident that lead to the death of 43- year-old- keith scott. police also released photos of the gun they say was recovered at the scene... as well as the ankle holster they say scott was wearing... and drugs found in his possession. in the spirit of transparency, you're going to get everything that we can deliver. facts, footage and an explanation of where we stand today relative to the investigation. unfortunately, we are left with far more questions than with have answers. it does not make sense to us life. it just does not make sense and it is not clear in the videos that were released. charlotte police released two pieces of video: one from an officer who did not shoot but was wearing a body camera... the other from a dashboard.
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walmart in a stolen van... caused a three-vehicle crash - with a city bus involved. it happened near 51st and villard shortly before 5 yesterday. officials say a stolen van blew threw a red light and hit an s-u-v-- which in turn hit the bus. the 5 suspects in the van ran. two of them-- teenage girls-- were caught. police say the group was involved in a robbery at the walmart at 103rd and silver spring before the accident. the four passengers in the van received minor injuries --as well as two of the nine people on theb you decide coverage now-- just into the newsroom: new york mayor bill de blasio and his wife... chirlane mccray... will campaign for clinton in milwaukee today... attending church services at two congregations on milwaukee's north and east sides. daughter of democratic nominee hillary clinton-- chelsea clinton -- is coming to wisconsin this upcoming week. she'll be in the state next friday. one day before that-- anne holton will also campaign on clinton's behalf. holton is the wife of
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their visits will be released soon. they aren't the only ones coming to the badger state next week. donald trump will be campaigning in wisconsin too. he's scheduled to hold a rally next wednesday at the waukesha expo center. it starts at 6 --and is open to the public. terror suspect ahmad rahami remains unconscious in a new jersey hospital as the fbi stands by to learn more about the motive behind the bombings in new york and new jersey. fox news correspondent story. sources tell fox news the new york and new jersey bombing suspect ahmad rahami's medical condition is worse than investigators previously thought. he could be in the hospital for several more weeks recovering from gunshot wounds he received during a police shootout. fbi agents are bedside waiting for him to be concious to speak with him. this as a source tells me u.s. customs and border patrol questioned
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pakistan - and they alerted the fbi following an interview with him. this is significant because its months before rahami's father muhammad says he warned the fbi in august of 2014. the father telling the new york times he warned the feds that his son was watching al qaeda and taliban jihadist videos and poetry -- saying quote keep an eye on him though he wasn't 100 percent sure he was a terrorist. the fbi investigated but found no ties to journals share a desire for martyrdom, anti-american rhetoric, and references to top alqaeda and isis figures. the fbi is looking into rahami's frequent overseas trips to afghanistan and pakistan and whether he had any contact or training from terrorist organizations. the guardian reports rahami spent time in a relgious seminary in pakistan closely tied with the taliban. investigators are zeroing in on his family looking for any possible motives behind the bombings
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rahami's family is cooperating and are not suspects....his wife asia bibi rahami arrived in the u.s. wednesday night. she left for pakistan in june. she is cooperating and is not considered a suspect. investigators say the afghan born terror suspect had planned this attack for months ordering bomb materials on ebay in june. in new york bryan llenas fox news. preview: categories: national northeast pkg ahead on wakeup --- how an organization is giving people with non-violent felony records a second chance to succeed. testing the new iphone seven and iphone seven plus. their results - straight ahead. and julie is outside the milwaukee art museum where the komen race for the cure is happening this morning. plus - our pet of the week is here. we'll meet "--------------" next. we'll meet "--------------"
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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 o 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.
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you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. breezy with a few rain showers possible this morning. the temperature will climb into the middle 70s ahead of a cold front, which will bring a better chance for thunderstorms in the afternoon. some of h strong to severe. expect windy and cooler conditions monday into tuesday as high temperatures only reach into the low 60s. temperatures will gradually warm back to normal, in the upper 60s, by the end of the work week. today: breezy with afternoon/evening t-storms. high: 75 dewpoint: 65 wind: se 10-15 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. low: 54 dewpoint: 62 wind: w 5-10
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the komen race for the cure will be kicking off in milwaukee. julie collins joins us live from the art museum... where people are still registering this morning. michelle mick, first diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 30, was years later and underwent a double mastectomy. since age 30, she had been dealing with medical appointments that were frequent and quite stressful. 'i thought losing my hair to chemotherapy was rough, but then having both breasts removed was even more emotional. its a complete change of body image, confidence, and sexuality,' said mick. knowing the physical and emotional toll breast cancer took on her body, michelle started a
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'through the breast cancer support groups in both madison and milwaukee, i have gained some incredible friendships. supporting and cheering for each other has been a huge part of my recovery from both breast cancers.' michelle also had komen southeast wisconsin cheering her on throughout the years. the financial impact of breast cancer can be devastating to women like michelle. 'i received grant funds from susan g. komen after my first diagnosis. this was extremely helpful as it helped premiums and provided mammograms. 'we still need to raise awareness regarding breast cancer screening as early detection is key to survival and quality of life. women need to have the access to appropriate screening and healthcare treatment options.' survivors like michelle are crucial to help our 2016 community grantees like prohealth care foundation and gerald l. ignace indian health center. we were able to grant a total of $1,011,019 in 2016 alone. michelle is a survivor. she
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all chat at hb breezy with a few rain showers possible this morning. the temperature will climb into the middle 70s ahead of a cold
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thunderstorms in the afternoon. some of these storms may be strong to severe. expect windy and cooler conditions monday into tuesday as high temperatures only reach into the low 60s. temperatures will gradually warm back to normal, in the upper 60s, by the end of the work week. today: breezy with afternoon/evening t-storms. wind: se 10-15 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. low: 54 dewpoint: 62 wind: w 5-10 mph monday: windy and much cooler. high: 64 dewpoint: 46 wind: w 15-25 mph tuesday: breezy and cool. am low: 48 high: 63 dewpoint: 44 wind: nw 10-20 mph wednesday:partly sunny. am low: 49 high: 66 dewpoint: 49
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am low: 51 high: 68 dewpoint: 50 wind: ne 5-10 mph friday: mostly sunny. am low: 52 high: 70 dewpoint: 50 wind: e 5-10 mph breezy with a few rain showers possible this morning. the temperature will climb into the middle 70s ahead of a cold front, which will bring a better chance for thunderstorms in the afternoon. some of these storms may be and cooler conditions monday into tuesday as high temperatures only reach into the low 60s. temperatures will gradually warm back to normal, in the upper 60s, by the end of the work week. today: breezy with afternoon/evening t-storms. high: 75 dewpoint: 65 wind: se 10-15 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. low: 54 dewpoint: 62 wind: w 5-10 mph monday: windy and much cooler. high: 64 dewpoint: 46 wind: w 15-25 mph tuesday: breezy and cool. am low: 48
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sunny. am low: 49 high: 66 dewpoint: 49 wind: n 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. am low: 51 high: 68 dewpoint: 50 wind: ne 5-10 mph friday: mostly sunny. am low: 52 high: 70 dewpoint: 50 wind:
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stores... consumer reports secret shoppers were there to buy them! those phones were delivered to the consumer reports electronics lab where testing is underway. contact 6's jenna sachs has some of the results. consumer reports began testing the new iphone seven and iphone seven plus on friday. the phones tout including an enhanced camera and for the first time, apple says the iphone seven is water-resistant -- up to one meter of water for 30 minutes. so consumer reports put those claims to the test in a pressurized tank. "our water immersion tests indicate that the iphone seven and seven plus passed, but we will continue to check them for functionality." whats missing from the new iphone is getting a lot of attention. with no headphone jack, audio testers examined the new headphone
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"as far as sound quality goes, we found no significant differences with the new wired headphone connection." apple is claiming the iphone seven plus is a photographers dream-- with more megapixels on the selfie camera and the addition of a second lens allowing for optical zoom on the main camera. "in our preliminary testing, we found the telephoto lens was sharper and had better overall image performance than the primary lens, but that primary lens was pretty comparable to previous iphones." consumer reports testers are still evaluating the new phones voice results of those tests along with consumer reports exclusive ratings on the iphone seven will be available in the next few weeks. i'm jenna sachs - contact 6. ahead on wakeup --- we're continuing to follow the very latest developments out of washington state - as police capture the suspected mall shooter overnight. plus - serious injuries... after a firepit explosion in germantown.
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we have to try it. okay. okay, mine's not working. maybe you have to bump it. oh, yeah. do the bump it thing. right. okay, yeah. (muffled) you can take money out using the bmo harris app! you want to buy a hairless cat? there's a pet store down the street. cool... i think she said "bmo harris app". yeah, that makes more sense. when your phone is your debit card. that's the bmo effect. illinois' calling. calling the makers. the doers. those who prefer one-of-a-kind, to common fare. calling the endlessly curious, and the boundary pushers. those who would rather make the most of their precious vacation days. this land is illinois.
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morning's top stories. how a suspected mall shooter was captured. a state of emergency in more than a dozen wisconsin counties - as governor walker tours damage from heavy flooding. and the packers host their home opener in just a few hours! detroit after a tough loss on the road... coming up. breezy with a few rain showers possible this morning. the temperature will climb into the middle 70s ahead of a cold front, which will bring a better chance for thunderstorms in the afternoon. some of these storms may be strong to severe. expect windy and cooler conditions monday into tuesday as high temperatures only reach into the low 60s. temperatures will gradually warm back to normal, in the upper 60s, by the end of the work week. today: breezy with afternoon/evening t-storms. high: 75 dewpoint: 65 wind: se 10-15 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. low: 54 dewpoint: 62
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sports has confirmed jose fernandez - the pitcher for the miami marlins - has been killed in a boating accident. two other people were also killed in the early morning collision. in a statement, the marlins say they are devastated by the tragic loss of jose fernandez. our thoughts and prayers are with his family at this very difficult time.'' the marlins' game today at home against the atlanta braves has been cancelled.
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finally arrested a suspect wanted for friday night's mall shooting that left 5 people dead. police had been looking for 20-year old arcan cetin. the suspect was taken into custody last night... roughly 30 miles from the shooting scene. investigators say around 7 o'clock friday night... cetin walked into the cascade mall, in burlington, washington with a rifle and opened fire near the makeup counter of a macy's. 4 women and one man died... their ages ranging from a teenager to a senior officer described how they brought the manhunt for cetin to an end. "i saw an individual walking northbound on the sidewalk and immediately recognized, that is the person i just viewed on my computer. i did an abrupt u turn, hit my light, pulled my gun and myself and my reserve deputy eric grombaugh put the individual into custody." police did find a hunting rifle believed to be used in the shooting at the
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were also able to identify the suspect's vehicle, after looking at other video taken outside the mall. cetin had a previous record for "simple assault" last year. he immigrated from turkey... but is a legal u-s resident. developing this morning - three people are hurt-- two of them badly burned-- after a fire pit explosion. germantown police say they responded to reports of a burn victim at a mcdonalds about 1 a-m yesterday morning. when they arrived-- they found two women with serious burns on 40-percet to saint mary's burn center. investigators learned they were burned on kings way when gasoline was thrown on an open fire pit. they went to that address and found a man with minor burns.. germantown police are investigating the incident. governor walker ... touring the flood damage in western wisconsin. walker visited gays mills-- one of several towns... ...hard hit by heavy rains and flooding over the last couple of days.
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underwater. so far-- two people have died due to the storms... and hundreds of homes and businesses have been damaged. the red cross has already distributed more than 500 flood cleanup kits... and there is concern because more rain could fall on the region throughout the weekend. the governor has declared a state of emergency in 13 counties. having a second change to succeed... getting a job... or even an apartment for someone with a felony record can be difficult. but i talked to one organization... that slates. they just need that opportunity for a second chance thats all people are looking for shanyeill mccloud executive director of clean slate milwaukee helped facilitate the community re-entry and expungement summit. we advocate for people who i acknowledge ive made a mistake, they would never do it again and they just really want an opportunity for a
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driver's license recovery, to credit repair and expungement were present. helpful resources were also available like the second chance job fair, dozens of employers were on hand giving interviews for open positions im really blessed right now because i came up here the event was extremely beneficial for folks like diante moore who is looking for new opportunities. i came try to get my background expunged currently only certain people can qualify for expungement. the law says this had to have happened before your 25th birthday you have to be off probation or parole all your fine fess and restitution has to be paid back to the state if its felony it has to be a nonviolent non sexually violent class h or i there's now a push to expand that. milwaukee county district attorney john chisholm and state senator lena taylor spoke about some of the problems faced and solutions needed. there is a bipartisan commitment to figure out what we can do different to
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the combined efforts that are really making a difference . i can get the job i want and provide for the family like it want to life changing we have posted information to get in touch with clean slate milwaukee on our website, fox6now.com ahead on wakeup... detectives now searching for a dangerous man... accused of killing two people in milwaukee. plus - details on new locations... for a program that helps make your energy bills more affordable.
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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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you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. breezy with a few rain showers possible this morning. the temperature will climb into the middle 70s ahead of a cold front, which will bring a better chance for thunderstorms in the afternoon. some of may be strong to severe. expect windy and cooler conditions monday into tuesday as high temperatures only reach into the low 60s. temperatures will gradually warm back to normal, in the upper 60s, by the end of the work week. today: breezy with afternoon/evening t-storms. high: 75 dewpoint: 65 wind: se 10-15 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. low: 54 dewpoint: 62
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fugitive ended an argument with a gun. and it left two people dead. fox6's jonathon gregg shows your the face of a dangerous man week's wisconsin's most wanted on a warm july day.... "middle of summer, at a time it's a high traffic area." two milwaukee families were swept away by grief. "july 17th of this year at 12:25 in the afternoon. detectives say an argument began,
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over, who only knows. eventually gunfire broke through the summer wind, "one of the witnesses saw the suspect shoot one of the victims five times." when it seemed, words were not enough. detectives say 24-year-old terry strickland was later identified by several witnesses as the shooter, the man police say is responsible for fatally wounding two men, near 26th and hopkins. " it's daylight, there's a lot of people out on the street at this time." the victims were maurice brown jr. and michael reed. in the moments following the flooded the street, strickland avoided capture. "we do believe him to be local or maybe in the chicago area." detectives say terry strickland has spent the rest of the summer in hiding. a man who detectives say has the lowest opinion of life, "unfortunately there has been some cases where people have taken the law into their own hands." a man capable of sweeping violence -- "and thry to solve their own problems with the use of a firearm." can not be allowed to move among us freely.
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terry strickland six-foot-2 and weights 240 pounds. he has dark hair and brown eyes. strickland is wanted on two counts of first degree intentional homicide. police believe he's hiding out in milwaukee, but possibly chicago. if you have any information on his whereabouts call police at 414-935- 7360. making themselves more accessible than ever. the wisconsin home energy assistance program opening two new locations. they held grand opening events at both places yesterday. there's one at 70th and brown deer-- the other is at 27th and and parnell. the program allows qualified residents to sign up for a one time annual payment-- making energy bills more affordable. with reinvigorated faith-- they're going out to bring the
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yesterday afternoon at all saints catholic church. the "revival" was filled with praying, singing, and preaching. those that went reflected on the current climate of violence in the city. their goal as they left was to find ways to be proactive in the community. especially there's no one person, no one plan, no one thing that will solve our problems, but if we work together in a common dialogue, not only catholics, but the community at large, i think religion can be the animating force." the revival will continue this morning with mas happening now - a showing of support for a veteran and a medal of honor recipient. a fundraiser was held at trackers in south milwaukee yesterday afternoon for gary wetzel. wetzel is a veteran of the vietnam war. he was injured back in august when his motorcycle went down while on the highway. he was on his way to south dakota to receive the 2016 "freedom fighter award." trackers' owner says the fundraiser is the least they
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in the community as far as veteran functions go. he's done a lot for a lot of people and we just felt it was important that in his down time ebcause of the motorcycle accident that he got into, that we show him that the community is here for him as well." a percentage of this weekend's proceeds will go straight to wetzel. happening this morning - the komen race for the cure gets underway... with nearly 15 participating. jullie collins joins us live from outside the milwaukee art museum where the race is kicking off soon. at ages 7 and 9, eli and luke karpinski lost their mother to stage four-breast cancer. todd karpinski lost his wife and the mother of his two sons. as a way to honor their mom and wife, julie, theyve become fundraisers and advocates for susan g. komen southeast wisconsin race for the
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your young children is a very life changing event,' said todd. 'no child of that age should ever have to lose their mother.' since then, the karpinskis continue to work and fundraise with komen southeast wisconsin to carry on the legacy that julie started. 'we have been big komen supporters over the past 6 years helping to raise dollars and support local events. too many young women are lives to breast cancer. we need to do all we can to help prevent this going forward.' todd recognizes the pain of losing a loved one and raises dollars to help fund research to find a cure. while it didnt come soon enough for julie, the family wants to help provide hope to those still battling. 'this was a very difficult thing to go through. i want to help raise dollars for those who need them, those who
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komen southeast wisconsin relies on our fundraisers like the todd, eli and luke to help raise the millions of dollars to provide life-saving services. we were able to provide a total of $1,191,019 in life-saving services last year alone. todd, eli and luke are fundraisers. they make a difference.
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breezy with a few rain showers possible this morning. the temperature will climb into the middle 70s ahead of a cold front, which will bring a better chance for thunderstorms in the afternoon. some of these storms may be strong to severe. expect windy and cooler conditio temperatures only reach into the low 60s. temperatures will gradually warm back to normal, in the upper 60s, by the end of the work week. today: breezy with afternoon/evening t-storms. high: 75 dewpoint: 65 wind: se 10-15 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. low: 54 dewpoint: 62 wind: w 5-10 mph monday: windy and much cooler. high: 64 dewpoint: 46 wind: w 15-25 mph tuesday: breezy and cool. am low: 48 high: 63 dewpoint: 44 wind: nw 10-20 mph wednesday:partly sunny. am low: 49 high: 66 dewpoint: 49 wind: n 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. am low: 51 high: 68 dewpoint: 50 wind: ne 5-10 mph friday: mostly sunny. am low: 52 high: 70 dewpoint: 50 wind: e 5-10 mph breezy with a few rain showers possible this morning. the temperature will climb into the middle 70s ahead of a cold front, which will bring a better chance for thunderstorms in the afternoon.
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and cooler conditions monday into tuesday as high temperatures only reach into the low 60s. temperatures will gradually warm back to normal, in the upper 60s, by the end of the work week. today: breezy with afternoon/evening t-storms. high: 75 dewpoint: 65 wind: se 10-15 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. low: 54 dewpoint: 62 wind: w 5-10 mph monday: windy and much coo hih4nt: w:15huabhig poit410-h weddplsympoit9n mp ryl sun l hewpi w: iday: mostly sunny. am high: 70 dewpoint: 50 wind: e high: 70 dewpoint: 50 wind: e 5-10 iday: mostly sunny. am low: 52 high: 70 dewpoint: 50 wind: mph w52gh: 70 dewpoint: 50 am low:1 high: 68 dewpoint: 50 wind: ne 5-10 mph friday: mostly
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we're just a few hours away from the packers home opener at lambeau field... and the team will have to depend on some different players on defense. both clay matthews and morgan burnett were ruled out of their game against the lions. there could be more guys missing as letroy guion and
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"everybody is ready. we have guys that can move around and play different positions so that helps the depth. depth on the team helps. i think we're ready, we got guys that can step in and play if need be." you can see the game here on fox 6 at noon. afterward, we will be live from lambeau with complete postgame coverage. then we'll wrap up the entire day with the fox 6 sports blitz at 10:35. in just two days in chicago. how you can get tickets at a fraction of their cost - straight ahead. plus - swiss cheese awards - yes, it's a real competition... but no.... the cheeseheads aren't gathering in wisconsin for this. and here's a look outside....
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from when hamilton opens in chicago this tuesday. the new production... now offering fans more ways to "be in the room where it happens" this fall. "i'm past patiently waiting, i'm passionately smashing every expectation, every action's an act of creation. i'm laughing in the face of casualty and sorrow, for the first time i'm thinking past tomorrow!" kim / vohamltion producers are "on your side." they're holding an online lottery for tickets to the show every day... selling a total of 44 tickets each time... for just 10 dollars... even including some front row seats. the online lottery will begin at 9 a.m. most days at broadway in chicago dot com. will be another lottery at noon to make sure everyone's "satisfied." performances start tuesday at the private bank theater. meanwhile... hundreds of cheese makers are gathering together - not in wisconsin... but in
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the swiss cheese awards. one cheese will be crowned the swiss champion... out of a batch of 777 cheeses. 142 judges will participate in the competition. there are 28 different categories... including appearance... taste... aroma... and even the shine of the cheese. the cheeses that win each of those categories... will then go on to compete in a final round. thanks for joining us. the next wakeup is tomorrow morning
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i'm chris wallace. charlotte police release video of the shooting of keith scott. and the first presidential debate is now just hours away as trump and clinton get ready to go head to head for the first time. on the eve of the big face-off, we'll ask r mate, indiana governor mike pence, how trump is preparing for the biggest night so far of his political career. >> they say she's been practicing for the debate. some people think she's sleeping. >> and as hillary clinton gets ready, we'll speak with her chief strategist joel benenson about her game plan for taking on trump. >> we're all going to be glued to our chairs. >> plus, clinton and trump weigh in on race and policing after

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