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tossing 4 touchdown passes in the first half. 2 to jordy nelson who had 6 catches for 101 yards going into the locker room. nothing after. what seemed to get the motor city men started was matthew stafford's 73 yard touchdown toss to marvin jones. jones caught 6 passes balls for 205 yards and 2 tds. rookie josh hawkins victimized. young guys recorded a big sack...made a difference in the 34-27 victory green bay 2 and 1 into the bye. tim van vooren tackles the blitz from titletown. "the packers had a whole bunch of defensive talent against the lions, on the sideline. out with injuries. forcing young players, some of them un-drafted players, into contributing roles. we knew what the challenge was coming in here. we needed our veteran players to step up. we needed our younger players to step up. we had a combination of that today, and
now than when we woke up this morning. it was nice, it was nice to get some of those guys out there. get some experience. everybody that needed to play today, played well in my opinion. that's huge for the defense and for the team. the young guys getting in there really gets them experience to move forward into the season. we need all hands on deck. frankly our young players got a lot of experience today, experience that they normally wouldn't get. so, to play that many guys in week three we'll definitely benefit from it. the packers claim that they have a deep defense this season. it against the detroit lions on sunday. now a week off. and all hands on deck if possible, after that. at lambeau field, tim vanvooren, fox6 sports." tim and brandon are back from titletown; they'll join me to break the game down for ya in the sports
approach. cruzer's story's new in sports at 10:27. mary, ben. its a 'must have' or 'must do' for packer fans.. take in a game at lambeau field. our jonathon gregg spent the day tailgating and finding those first- timers. 'you might think it would be a hard thing to do, find a packers fan thats we did they couldnt be happier.' whoever penned the phrase 'theres a firt time for everything,' 'bring em up. lets do this.' had to be talking about 'lambeau field...' why? 'its amazing. im moving here for sure.' because all of this is pretty much mandatory for packers fans. at least it feels that way. 'oh, its an experience. its green bay baby.' go early go often. 'wow, id have to get out my
first lambeau game?' some fans struggle 'ahhh...' to remember their first. 'not really.' yet there has to be a 'first time' 'first time right here, first time.' thats just how it works.. 'is this your first packers game? ' 'yes it is.' patrek spinelli and his three friends. roadtripped from montreal canada. 'we went to chicago the cubs, we when to brewers and today the packers.' first time in green bay, first time tailgating, and maybe the first beer of the day. maybe. '40 years to get to lambeau field, why did it take you so long?' 'its far away! its far away!' 'and a packers win is a cherry on top for those fans experiencing lambeau for the first time. reporting in gregg bay, jonathon gregg fox6 news.' packers fans probably got a little wet on the drive home. a big line of storms moved through this afternoon. weather expert tom wachs joins
will taper off late this evening. mostly cloudy, windy and cooler monday with a high in the mid-60s and a strong west wind. a few showers are possible tuesday with a blustery high around 60. crisp mornings ahead this week with the 60s. tonight: t-storms ending. low: 55 dewpoint: 49 wind: w 5-15 mph monday: windy and much cooler. high: 66 dewpoint: 47 wind: w 15-25 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy and windy with a chance for a few rain showers. am low: 45 high: 60 dewpoint: 43 wind:
you can stay ahead of the weather anywhere -- just download the fox six storm center app. it's free for apple and android devices. tragedy this morning at the mitchell park lagoon. the milwaukee fire department around 7 o-clock. he was taken to the hospital but died. the medical examiner's office is calling it a drowning. they don't consider the case suspicious. a shooting on milwaukee's west side leaves a woman in critical condition. it happened a little before 11 this morning near 26th and michigan. the 47-year-old victim woman was found in a home. police say they're still investigating the circumstances. one of the men charged in connection with laylah
petersen is the 5-year-old girl who was shot inside her home in november of 2014. police say 21-year-old carl barrett junior and arlis gordon were looking for revenge and opened fire on the wrong house. their alleged getaway driver has also been charged. barrett's trial is scheduled to begin tomorrow morning. new tonight: thousands of jobs could be coming to milwaukee... if the u-s postal service awards a local company a major contract. fox6s bret lemoine has new details. represents promise.' milwaukee mayor tom barrett announces a milwaukee company, the rev group, is a finalist for a huge government contract. tb 'the location thats going to be used for the final assembly will be right here.' rev hopes to land a deal with the u-s postal service to build 180-thouasnd new mail delivery trucks over a five year period. nat of the buzzer rev is now one of six companies competing
rev promises to build them at the partially dormant century city plant. ts 'i believe very, very strongly that bringing meaningful jobs, long-term jobs into the northside of milwaukee will effect in a very, very positive way, the northside economy of our city.' rev will have until next august to build six prototypes. the company has partnered with a turkish firm to implement hybrid technology in the trucks design. if the u-s-p-s awards the contract in full, it has the potential to create 2-thouasnd jobs in kr 'the residents of the 7th aldermanic district are ready and excited to be a part of whats going on in century city.' the u-s postal service will make a final decision on the contract at the end of 2017... or early 2018. reporting live on the north side, bl, fox6 news. mary thanks bret mary thanks bret tomorrow is the first presidential debate between hillary clinton and
law school poll ... that shows that race tightening in wisconsin. fox six's jenna sachs with what both sides are predicting. their performances in the primary debates ... helped secure their party's nominations. now --- comes the first debate of the general election. as the two new yorkers prepare to face off monday ... the mayor of new york ... is milwaukee. go out there with all you got. mayor bill de blasio is campaigning for most progressive platform of any party nominee in decades. de blasio says clinton's challenge in the debate ... will be trump's unpredictability. you can prepare for a debate but no one can prepare for what donald trump is gonna do. i don't even think donald trump knows what he's going to do until he does it. de blasio says this is a chance for clinton to lay out her vision. she wants to raise taxes on the wealthy, she wants to improve benefits and wages. she wants families to have things like paid family leave and paid sick leave. i
want to hear. i think he has a great shot at winning wisconsin. thiensville village president van mobley is a long-time donald trump supporter. he's going to create an environment that has a lot of opportunities for people to make a good living. he's going to keep you safe. mobley has his own expectations for trump ... i think we'll see frankness but i think that we'll also see him be presidential. de blasio also visited two churches in milwaukee this morning. parties for the debate in our area tomorrow night. reporting live in the newsroom. jenna sachs. fox 6 news. if you want to watch the presidential debate-- stick with fox6! our coverage starts tomorrow at 8 o'clock. and after that-- get ready for a series of campaign stops in wisconsin. donald trump's running mate -- mike pence -- will be in waukesha on tuesday -- visiting weldall manufacturing. trump himself will rally supporters at the waukesha county expo center on
clinton-- anne holton will be in wisconsin on thursday. she's the wife of the democratic vice presidential candidate tim kaine. and chelsea clinton will make a stop on friday. both democratic delegates are expected to release more details about their trips in the next few days. new at 10-- would you trust a robot with your money? a lot of people do. robo-advisers are becoming more and more popular. but would they work for you? all the details in tonight's contact 6 report. plus-- honoring survivors and remembering lives lost. a look at this morning's emt
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we upped the ante at c e the new crispy southwest chicken sandwich. all-natural, whole white meat chicken breast. topped with spicy pepper jack cheese and jalape?o ranch. on a lightly buttered, toasted ciabatta roll. the perfect cheese for pepper jack is going to be creamy and mild, and it's really going to tone down the spiciness of the peppers. you're going to taste the cheese first, and then you're going to get just a little bit of warmth from the peppers. it's really good. a bold new flavor and only here for a limited time. mmmhmm.
cars,what decisions are you comfortable entruusting to a computer? how about financial advice? new digital platforms can manage your portfolio and charge less than a human financial adviser. in tonight's contact 6 report, jenna sachs examines whether its time for you to make the switch to a robo- adviser. when allison cohen began investing, she opened an account, with a robo- adviser ... a relatively new breed of online financial advisers that
tolerance and timeline --to recommend investments for you, for a fraction of the cost of a human adviser. "it didnt feel old or stodgy or conservative. it felt really on the cutting edge of the future of investing." cohen is not alone. consumer reports says robo-advisers have become big business. "robo-advisers manage an estimated 53 billion dollars --and that number is expected to grow to between five and seven trillion dollars in the next ten years." some of the like wealthfront and betterment. asset-management giant schwab is also getting into the game. but experts at consumer reports say going robo requires a fair amount of faith in the technology. especially in a rocky market. "theres no real track record. robo services havent been around that long --and havent been tested in a true bear market." plus, robos dont account for
prioritize several financial goals. should you pay down debt or save more? nor can it help you navigate tricky financial situations like divorce or saving for college or handling the finances of an aging parent. still, for someone like allison cohen, a robo-adviser could be the way to go, particularly as a way to jump into the market. deciding between a costlier human adviser and a cheaper computer solution depends on a variety of factors, including your financial circumstances, your reaci with recently developed technology. i'm jenna sachs contact 6. do you have a consumer issue or investigation idea? give jenna a call!! the number is on your screen or you can file a complaint on the contact 6 page at fox-6-now-dot-com. it was a sea of pink on milwaukee's lakefront this morning. today marked the 18th annual susan g. komen "race for a cure". 15-thousand people took part in
awareness in the fight against breast cancer. many families celebrated their survivors. others remembered the loved ones they've lost. todd karpinski's wife lost her battle last year. 'i think today is a day of celebration and to remember all the good things has brought to our family and to remember her spirit and have a fun day.' in 17 years-- the race has been run-- the southeastern wisconsin chapter has raised over 14 million dollars. lingering showers and t-storms will taper off late this
aaron rodgers looked like aaron rodgers again-..in the first half of today's packers win over the lions. combine that, along with the emotion fueled by fan support made for a nice ending in the home opener. when the packers blitzed the lions early-this didn't seem like a big deal. but damarious randall..who struggled again..came up with a big interception and 44 yard return when he wrestled the ball
rodgers and jordy nelson. jordy caught 6 passes for 101 yards and 2 tds before halftime. rodgers matched a career high with 4 touchdown tosses in the first half. 31-3 but without 5 key starters..includes messers shields and burnett in the secondary.. marvin jones ate up that folks on the field. 6 grabs, 205 yards..2 touchdowns..it's 34- 27/ and it's 3rd and 8! but a rod runs for a huge first down and green brandon cruz with emotion..on the blitz. "it's business as usual normally for the packers when they play a game, especially at home in front of this crowd. however at lambeau field on sunday, emotions ruled the day. you know, sometimes you get so focused in on what you're doing, that it's make the catch, get the ball back to the ref. but sometimes, you just got to play with some of that fire and some of that energy. just because it's something that you don't see but guys feel. so, it's a feeling game. this game is all about feelings .
offense. we're just having some fun. it's what we got to do. i mean, we get to play football for a living on sundays. might as well enjoy it and have fun with it. so it's kind of fun to act a little different than normal. so after the bye week, expect a little more emotion when you see the packers on the field against the giants. for now that emotion is going to have to sit, as they take a break entering the bye week. from lambeau field, brandon so what do you think about the packers offense now? tim and brandon'll back in the studio to join me. we'll break the game down in the sports blitz-tonight at 10:35. no teddy bridgewater..no adrian peterson; no problem? marcus share' els returns a punt for a td..3 and oh minnesota snaps carolina's 14 game home winning streak, 22-10! on the college front, the 4-0 badgers are 8th in the polls after
it's 156 games down..6 to go...the brewers ended the home portion of their season on a down this afternoon. willie peralta gave up 3 runs to the reds, 2 earned-over 6 innings. scott scheblerrbi single makes it 3 nothing. cincinnati went on to a 4-2 victory. ryan braun and the crowd may have sensed that this would be his final at bat in miller park. an off-season trade a real possibility. bruan had 2 hits today..but struck across major league baseball and beyond, they're mourning the death of miami marlins pitcher jose fernandez--one of baseball's brightest stars . fernandez and 2 other men were killed in a florida boating accident early this mourning. jose fernandez was just 24. "as bad as he would make you with some of the stuff he would do, you just seen that little kid that you see when you watch kids play little league or something like that, that's the joy that jose played
arnold palmer, the magnetic face of golf in the 1960's has passed away. his former rival and longtime friend jack nicklaus said palmer transcended the game. quote: his former rival and longtime friend jack nicklaus said palmer transcended the game. quote: he was one of my best friends, closest friends, and he was fr time; i will miss him greatly. arnold palmer, the king was 87. toss to break we upped the ante at culver's
topped with spicy pepper jack cheese and jalape?o ranch. on a lightly buttered, toasted ciabatta roll. the perfect cheese for pepper jack is going to be creamy and mild, and it's really going to tone down the spiciness of the peppers. you're going to taste the cheese first, and then you're going to get just a little bit of warmth from the peppers. it's really good. a bold new flavor and only here for a limited time. mmmhmm.
finally tonight-- what better way to get in the spirit of fall than with harvest fair! state fair park was transformed this weekend-- and lots of families took advantage of the beautiful weekend. kids got to carve pumpkins, make scarecrows-- visit a "cre hay. wakeup starts at 4:30! breaking news anytime at wakeup starts at 4:30! breaking
by froedtert and the medical college of wisconsin, menards, uw madison, steinhafels, and prohealth care. hello and welcome to the fox 6 sports blitz. your home for everything local throughout the year. i'm tom pipines joined by tim van vooren and brandon cruz. we begin with the fox 6 stories of the week.