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latest on the investigation. on a warm day like today youll find plenty of business people stretching their legs along river woods parkway. todays topic of conversation - what was happening across the street. 'the building was taped off and police were over there but we dindt know what had happened.' 'we didnt get out to go check anything we just saw it from a distance police were investigating a homicide - 'extremely bizarre.' orthopedic hospital of wisconsins parking lot blocked off by glendale police - the red tape indicating this was a death investigation. 'this parking lot? yes. holy...' elaine stoffergen too walks around the area - monday morning shes in shock... 'you betcha, you betcha. we have enough stuff and were just a smaller town so i am shocked.' police say a 19-year old women was found dead from an apparent gun shot wound. 'surprising, shocking, hurtful,
speechless.' there are plenty of surveillance cameras in the and around the around the area but police are not releasing them at this time. walkers say theyll continue their afternoon routines - as they are not worried for their safety. 'we see the same people all the time walking in the same area, sometimes we go a little further out, everyone extremely friendly.' police assured us there is no immediate threat to the public at this time. we tried talking to the officials at the orthopedic hospital of wisconsin but they have no comment reporting live in glendale, julie collins. fox 6 news. ted thanks julie the trial is underway for one of the men accused of firing into a milwaukee home and killing a 5-year-old girl. laylah peterson was shot in the head almost 2 years ago. police say carl barrett junior and another man shot into the wrong house. the man they were targeting lived four blocks away. laylah's grandmother was emotional telling the jury about the shooting that changed her
hear is a ping through the picture window and i said what the heck was that and i saw it go over my head and then i heard boom boom boom three or four and all the sudden robert says get to the floor, get to the floor and then all the as i crawled on the ground and when i retrieved my phone i called 911 and next thing you know robert says laylah's been hit during the grandmother's emotional testimony. more money for police, but staffing levels stay the same. mayor tom barrett presented his 2017 budget today to milwaukee's common council. fox6's jonathon gregg with the breakdown. "and we faced big cuts in state aid and still we've consistently met our
department's budget will increase but there's a catch.. "the police department budget of 302 million dollar is more than our entire property tax levy." total staffing in public safety will remain the same. "this year, not even for the next year's budget, this year alone we are putting 127 million dollars more into the police department and its pension than we did in 2004." barrett says he'll maintain one- thousand-eight hundred and eighty- eight officers. "more than one-hudnred-sixty-five new academy in 2017, new officers will be on the job filling positions of officers will anticipate will retire." "it's pretty clear that a lot of neighbors are calling for a greater police presence in their neighborhoods what we want to be able to do is come up with the most cost efficient way of providing that service. the mayor also points out there is millions less in "shared revenue" from the state. "that's why, i made it a point to say our
shared revenue or we have to have more local options." the mayor's budget proposal does include a tax increase. for the average homeowner it's an additional 26 dollars a year. there's also a proposed city fee increase which would add ten dollars on top of that. back to you. an update now on the debate over bathrooms in kenosha. we've learned this evening kenosha unified school district has officially filed an appeal-- this after a judge ruled a boy can use the boys' bathrooms at tremper high school. 17-year-old ash whitaker was born a female but identifies as a male. he sued the school after they wouldn't let him use the bathroom he wanted. the judge ruled last week he can use the boys bathroom temporarily until the lawsuit is settled. there are just 6 weeks til the november election. today milwaukee voters can start casting their ballots early. right now you have to go to the zeidler building. more
10th. but remember-- the voter id law is in effect. so bring your i-d to your polling place! if you'd rather watch donald trump and hillary clinton before you vote -- tonight's the night. a super bowl-sized audience -- expected to watch the first presidential debate between the two. political reporter theo keith in the newsroom. theo, both candidates have work to do tonight. hofstra university in new york. last week's marquette poll show trump is still losing republican voters to clinton... clinton hasn't convinced all of bernie sanders' supporters to come home to her. there's the concern about the candidates' temperament. less than half of wisconsin voters are comfortable with the idea of trump or clinton becoming president. these candidates have no doubt thought about how to attack the other and not come across, in trump's
only 12 percent of wisconsin voters say they haven't made up their mind about who to vote for. but with 100 million people expected to watch, tonight's debate could still reshape the race. even when we look at the polls and we see that most wisconsinites have decided who theyre going to vote for, it is possible that something will happen tonight where people will rethink their position clinton has reportedly hunkered down for days to prepare. trump has done less prep. one of his allies, rnc chairman reine the big because he's been through 14 season finales on the apprentice. a couple of logistics to keep in mind -- nbc's lester holt is the moderator. he's asking the questions. the second debate -- in two weeks -- is a town hall. if you want to watch the debate-- stick with fox6. our coverage starts at 8
by getting into the win column yesterday, the packers save themselves and their fans a whole lot of hand-wringing over the next two weeks. green bay is 2 and 1 heading into its bye weekend. tim van vooren is here to point out that the coach is perfectly content with his team's status. ted, you are exactly right about that.... in reality, the way the 34-27 contest with the lions plays out reveals just enough answers and just enough questions to the time off..... in the first half, the packers jump out to a 31 to 3 advantage..... obviously the offense and the defense are humming and in complete control of detroit... but the lions get a fluky score just before intermission that seem s to give them a boost and then they come charging back in the second half when neither green bay's offense nor defense gets much done.... so the coach has no problem
first bite the coach describes himself today as a positive person..... like anything else, something and so mccarthy's glass is half full three games into the season.... quite the scare in west bend this morning. an 18-year-old woman is trapped in the basement of her burning home. coming up-- details on her amazing rescue. and later-- three robberies in just 12 hours. what marquette police are telling their students. clouds and cooler air will blow in tomorrow. i'll show you how cool it is about to get coming up in my
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mitchell park domes. for the first time since january-- the tropical dome is open to the public. the county had to install netting in the domes after a piece of concrete fell from the ceiling. now we're just waiting on the desert dome. it is expected to reopen in early november. a two alarm fire in west bend sends two people to the hospital. firefighters got the call to eagle lane a little after eight
at the time. a 24-year-old son heard an explosion and got everyone outside. but his 18-year-old sister was trapped in the basement. and that's where the fire started. "there was heavy fire in the basement at the time, the crews did, it's extremely difficult fighting a basement fire because crews are going down the basement steps as smoke and fire are coming up the steps, they did an excellent job to get down there an locate the victim." the 18-year-old was taken to the hospital-- she is expected to recover. her brother was also treated for cuts to his hands ad new at 6-- three robberies in less than 12 hours. tonight marquette's campus is on alert. what police say you should do if you become a victim. that's next. here's a live look outside. ad lib what you see .fox 6 weather expert tom wachs is in next with your full forecast.
or near campus. "i think it was just a warning for us to just be cautious about walking around and not doing anything that would make us an easy target" at 13th and wisconsin sunday afternoon...a suspect on a bicycle steals a wallet from a man. just before midnight...another robbery at 14th and wisconsin. a suspect wrestles a cell phone out of a female students hands... and finally... monday morning around 6 am... a woman is approached by a man in his 20s demanding property at 17th and he fled the scene "we are increasing patrols, we have the capability to do that immediately" should you become a victim...police say give up your property... "the first thing is not to resist obviously" then call police. "this is one of the quickest ways to reach law enforcement when you are on campus. there are about 450 of these blue light phones. they will connect you directly with marquette police, and police say they will respond within minutes " "the quicker somebody lets us know something has happened the
fox6 news. fox6 needs your help to keep kids warm this winter. we're right in the middle of our "coats for kids" drive. please check your closets and donate any gently used winter coats. we're looking for all sizes-- kids and adults. we've posted a link where you can drop them off on our website-- fox6 now dot com. adlib to weather 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 cool. am low: 47 high: 59 dewpoint: 50 wind: n 5-10 mph thursday: partly sunny. am low: 48 high: 67 dewpoint: 53 wind: ne 5-10 mph friday: partly sunny. am low: 49 high: 68
jordy nelson has 6 catches for 101 yards and two scores in a win over the lions and the even-keeled veteran wide receiver shows some genuine enthusiasm when he reaches the end zone.... green bay is perfectly balanced between runs and passes when all is said and done and eddie lacy gets over 100 yards himself on the ground... he's not in the locker room after the game, but he is today before taking for his bye week break.... 165922 "i definitely.... 165933 ..direction." 170058 "it gives us... 170108. ...gave me." undefeated wisconsin plays at undefeated michigan on saturday afternoon, with the badgers going in as ten point underdogs..... the wolverines lead the nation in third-down defense, are second
and on the other side of the ball, they are fourth in scoring offense... in other words, almost nobody has it better than them so far this season.... today is media day for the bucks, who will hold the first week of training camp over in madison starting tuesday... while acknowledging the team took a step back last season, there is ample optimism for success in the upcoming campaign.... guard matthew dellavedova comes over from the world champion cavaliers.... 114527 114543 obviously, the team is still reeling from the hamstring injury to guard khris middleton suffered in a pickup game last week that will cost him as much as six months of time... middleton is on hand today, but he will have surgery
the brewers open their final week of the season tonight at texas.... three against the playoff-bound rangers with jonathan lucroy, et al, and then three in the season tonight at texas.... three against the playoff-bound rangers with jonathan lucroy, et al, and then three in colorado this weekend before it's the offseason.... follow breaking news 24-7 by
>> today on "tmz" -- harvey: ok, serious stuff, there was a drove strike over weekend at the bone thugs-n-harmony concert. >> bone thugz is performing at the high life music festival. >> a drone hit him square in the jaw and he went to the ground and kept performing. >> i'm going to say it was a high life festival. probably didn't feel it. >> we got oprah winfrey. want to talk to her about the african-american museum in washington, d.c. harvey, this is a big deal, bro. >> what was the best part inside?
harvey: assuming they have motown in this thing. >> can you imagine how crazy that would be, walk into a museum and it's like slavery. and then motown! [laughter] >> justin theroux and jennifer aniston, they had a very subdued look on their face. harvey: where did they go? >> the smile. harvey: they went to the smile restaurant? >> was the suck at home restaurant closed. >> catherine hicks from "seventh heaven." >> the mom? shows good. i like her. >> we say, did you think there would be a reunion? harvey: there's a big issue with the reunion. where's daddy. >> she goes -- >> we would have to open with steven's coffin. announcer: jennifer aniston and hubby justin theroux leaving a restaurant in new york. >> we love you! announcer: it's not jennifer who needs the love now. >> god, i would love to be a fly