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federal government shutdown of 20-13? if congress doesn't approve a budget or a short term funding bill it could happen... fox's lauren blanchard is in washington with more. once again a federal government shutdown is looming ... congress must agree on a budget or pass a short term spending bill by friday... or we'll see a repeat of the 20-13 shutdown. white house spokesman josh earnest says the re job... earnest says: "we are once again here four days before the deadline and we are publicly wondering if congress is going to fulfill its most basic responsibility." senate majority leader mitch mcconnell today pushing blame ... mcconnell says: "they are trying to take country to the brink not based on something that is in this bill but something that isn't 13 and
appropriate vehicle to do so." the fight is over how money is spent ... republicans offering a short term spending bill that would keep the government running until decemeber 9th ... but democrats say it falls short of immediately helping those without clean water in flint, michigan.... something republicans want to address in a separate bill. republicans need sixty votes... but they'll need democrats to get there. senate minority leader harry reid says republicans aren't doing enough. reid says: "they always claim they'll do it at a later time. flint has heard this and heard this." blanchard on-cam tag says: "in an electio republicans and democrats need is their party blamed for a damaging government shutdown. both sides now racing to find a solution but also pin responsibility on the other guy. in washington, lauren blanchard, fox news." it's time for your news and weather together. democratic nominee hillary clinton will face off against republican nominee donald trump in their first debate tonight. the debate will last 90 minutes and will have no commercial breaks. clinton supporters will be holding a watch party at her campaign office in
office in waukesha. you can watch the debate right here at 8 tonight on fox-six. a homicide investigation is underway for a body found in a glendale this morning. police say the body was found in a parking lot along river woods parkway around 5-30. the victim -- a 19-year-old woman -- sustained an apparent gunshot wound. no one is in custody at this time the trial begins today for one of the three men charged in the death of laylah petersen. carl barrett into a home near 58th and hampton nearly two years ago. one of the shots fired-- hit and killed five-year-old petersen while she was watching t-v with her grandparents. weather partly cloudy and breezy tonight with temperatures falling into the 50s late this evening. breezy overnight with temperatures falling into the upper 40s by sunrise. mostly cloudy with a few rain showers on tuesday. it will be
wednesday with a few showers and highs in the upper 50s. we will warm into the upper 60s by late week. tonight: partly cloudy and breezy. low: 46 dewpoint: 40 wind: w 10-15 mph tuesday: breezy and even cooler with a chance for showers. high: 60 dewpoint: 44 wind: wnw 15-25 mph wednesday:mostly cloudy and cool. am low: 47 high: 59 dewpoint: 50 wind: n 5-10 mph thursday: partly sunny. am dewpoint: 53 wind: ne 5-10 mph it's still september -- but this
begin talking about voting. justin williams is live, outside of milwaukees zeidler municipal building, with more on the beginning of the ballot season. justin? the early, election enthusiasm is evident, today, with some voters, i'm told, lining-up, an hour before in person absentee voting begins, in the hopes of being the first to cast their ballots. oh, my goodness! ive been waiting for this since 06! despite their different degrees of i dont know if excited is not the word. i think nervous is, more, the word ... for several hundred voters, in milwaukee, monday marks the start of in-person absentee voting for the 2016 autumn elections, during in person absentee voting, at the zeidler municipal building. i did it, the first day because i know that these lines an get very long. indeed. this is the first day ballots can be cast, but, not counted. people are not inserting their ballots, directly, into tabulators. instead, theyre going into absentee ballot envelopes, and theyre held for processing, on election
director of the city of milwaukees election commission. he explains, this first day theme is running rather rampant. probably is the first time, in the city of milwaukee, that weve been able to offer early voting for the six weeks, prior to the election. the other big change is the addition of the satellite sites. albrecht says, to accommodate the continuing popularity of in person absentee voting, the city of milwaukee will open two, additional, in- person absentee voting locations, in two weeks, with all th weekend hours. everybodys got an opportunity to cast their ballot, get their ballot in, for the election. the two, additional locations include mid town center, and forest home library. meanwhile, albrecht reminds everyone that voter identification is, now, a requirement, and, if youre registering, you need to have the
latest, in milwaukee. i'm justin williams, fox 6 news. mary thanks justin for everything you need to know before you head to the polls -- visit the links page of our website -- fox six now dot com, or your fox six news mobile app. learn how to get registered, where you'll need to go to vote, which types of photo i-d will be acceptable -- and more. with aaron rodgers back on his game, the pack is backi yesterday... meanwhile on defense, guys who aren't so well known make sure they don't stumble.... tim van vooren is back with the details,
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alert. "it is a little weird to have three in one night" three robberies in less than 12 hours. "we are increasing patrols, we have the capability to do that immediately" what campus police say you should do if you find yourself a victim. that's coming up at 6. winning a swing football game with the likes of clay matthews and morgan burnett on the sidelines has to be considered a o packers... that's just what they accomplish yesterday against the lions and that's the first thing mike daniels wants to talk about in our postgame coverage here on fox six... 160256 "to do it.. 160312 ...quality offense." 160337 "the scouts... 160351
among those in the stands yesterday ?? new milwaukee bucks guard matthew delllavedova, who is getting ready for his own training camp to start tomorrow..... we'll hear from dellavedova at six.... we want to hear from you in the form of your votes for our high school football game of the week coverage.... your choices are: brookfield academy at university school.... the battle for west bend.. lutheran at kewaskum..... you have until thursday night at ten to head to our website fox six now dot com slash sports and tell us which game you'd like to see tom pipines report from the next night.... we'll announce the winner thursday night on the fox six news at ten.... when the brewers play in texas tonight, they will see former traded teammates jonathan lucroy, jeremy jeffress and carlos gomez in the other dugout..... yesterday, the miller park fans salute ryan braun, who may also be dealt away this offseason.... "this could be the final time he
acknowledges the fans." braun acknowledges that he could be moved to a team like the dodgers this winter.... he's still a very productive offensive player for the only organization he's ever been a part of..... speaking of the dodgers, their legendary broadcaster, vin scully, calls his final game at dodger
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us that beauty grows with age. they give us the air we breathe. and they can explode into colors we never thought possible. that there are bigger things in life than us. a lesson best learned in a 19 million acre land of giants. welcome to the woods, of pure michigan. your scenic route begins at michigan.org fire during the unrest in sherman park last month -- bmo harris opens a temporary branch on the same property.
facility that bmo had not been using. even though it's sort of a "mini-branch" -- bank executives say all customers can still get all the services they normally would in that location. construction of the bucks new arena is shutting down a two-block stretch of juneau avenue for nearly two years. the street closed today -- between fourth and sixth streets -- and the department of public works says it will remain closed until mid-2018. the new arena is scheduled to open in juneau runs between the new arena -- and a new parking structure being built. for more information on this and other stories in the business journal, we have link to their site on ours, fox6now.com. it's time for your news and weather together. nine people injured this morning when a shooter opens fire at a mall in houston. the shooter has been identified as "nathan desai" -- who authorities say was a lawyer -- disgruntled with his law firm either because it was
to leave. desai was shot by police and taken to the hospital -- where he later died. one of the shooting victims is in critical condition -- and another in serious condition. jury selection beginning today for the man accused of killing nine people last year at a church in charleston, south carolina. 22-year-old dylann roof is charged with dozens of federal offenses -- including hate-crime charges. prosecutors say he targeted his victims based on their race and religion. roof is facing the death penalty. his trial is expected to begin people in cedar rapids preparing for floods -- with the cedar river on the rise. it's expected to crest around 23-feet tomorrow morning -- flood stage in that area is 12 feet. people living in about 5-thousand downtown homes have been asked to evacuate -- and it could be days before they can return home. school officials have already canceled classes through wednesday
weather partly cloudy and breezy tonight with temperatures falling into the 50s late this evening. breezy overnight with temperatures falling into the upper 40s by sunrise. mostly cloudy with a few rain showers on tuesday. it will be windy and cool with wednesday with a few showers and highs in the upper 50s. we will warm into the upper 60s by late week. tonight: partly cloudy and breezy. low: 46 dewpoint: 40 wind: w 10-15 mph tuesday: breezy and even cooler with a chance for showers. high: 60
in a class action lawsuit -- for california workers who were fired or demoted for refusing to open fake accounts. they claim wells fargo orchestrated a "fraudulent scheme" to boost its stock price -- and forced workers to "choose between keeping their jobs and opening unauthorized accounts." wells fargo was fined 185-million- dollars earlier this month for inflating sales by opening more than two million fraudulent savings and credit card amounts. spacecraft called "rosetta" has followed a comet through our solar system... but now -- the mission is about to come to an end. on friday -- rosetta will crash onto the comet and cease sending signals back to earth. but before it shuts down for good -- the spacecraft will snap pictures until it's about 50-feet above
and leonardo dicaprio is taking his call for climate change to the white house... the details in tonight's buzz. the big apple is paying tribute to robin williams. a non-rpofit foundation is opening the "robin williams center" in manhattan. the facility will offer free educational programming for hollywood's union members. a hacker is trying to sell photos stolen from kate middleton's sister... pippa. according to reports, around three-thousand pictures are believed to have been illegally taken from pippa middleton's i-cloud account. the images are said to include pictures of pippa and her fianc getting ready for their upcoming wedding... as well as pictures of the duchess of cambridge and prince william's children. the anonymous seller contacted media organizations demanding a minimum
dicaprio is headed to the white house... dicaprio and president obama are calling climate change a serious issue for the united states. and next month, president obama will discuss the issue in detail with dicaprio. dicaprio will then debut his new documentary "before the flood" on the white house's south lawn.
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houston, texas are transforming into works of art as street artists from around the world are showcasing their work... "at this location, there's about 100 painting. but there's 160 painting total this year because there are two other locations." they're turning blank walls into public works of art during the
houston." artists have three days to bring their ideas to life. organizers say the grafitti event is all about the community. anybody who wants to paint -- gets a chance if they submit before the deadline. open we start tonight at 6 with breaking news-- a 12-year-old boy is shot while i car on milwaukee's north side. our a-j bayatpour is live on the scene. he joins us now with