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wakeup news. "the sad reality though is its ten times worse in the last year than we've ever seen before. we've got a serious serious problem." now at 5- confronting city's south side. details on a public safety hearing today discussing the issue neighbors say is an everyday occurrence. also this morning - wisconsin the place to be for both campaigns. what donald trump had to say at a stop in waukesha ...and who will be stumping for hillary clinton this week. rob joins us now with more on the weather. rob's weather a narrow ridge of high pressure moves to our west and that cut-off low is just far
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a mostly dry day today. highs will get into the low to mid 60s but may feel a bit cooler with a breezy ne wind at 10-20mph. the low drifts farther nw friday and into saturday causing showers to return to us into the weekend. highs slip back into the low 60s. we should dry up again on sunday with highs back in the mid 60s and we warm a little early next week. today: partly cloudy and windy. high: 66 dewpoint: 58 wind: ne 15-25 mph anchor adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays south side...outraged over a prostitution problem. the public safety committee will meet...to discuss a solution this morning deandra corinthios is live from city hall with the details. mpd says they get complaints every day about what is happening between 16th and 27th on greenfield.
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and leftover syringes on the sidewalk the milwaukee common council public safety committee will take up the issue at 9 this morning... at least two aldermen say the prostitution has been an issue in their wards. pastor joel jaeger of christ lutheran church says he's been in the area 14 years...and says the prostitution is fueled by drug addiction. he's concerned because the church has a school attached and children often see the women on the street corners drug paraphernalia left behind. "we find needles, weve chased people sleeping in our backyard in our bushes, we find used condoms on our church steps and it doesnt seem to a be a physical threat but it is just the embarrassment and the children come to our school - what are we teaching them by allowing this to go on" "we need a consistent police presence and shoo these females
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and then get them the treatment that they need." the meeting is at 9 am at city hall...and is open to the public. reporting live downtown dc fox6 news. defense attorneys expected to call two witnesses to take the stand today in the carl barrett jr. trial. accused of killing 5-year-old laylah petersen. prosecutors say barrett was looking for revenge but shot into the wrong house. yesterday - the state rested their case. the trial continues this morning at 9 a.m. charges could be filed as early as today against a man arrested in a glendale homicide case. we've also learned new details about the victim. nicole joins us now with the latest. police have taken a 21-year-old man into custody for that homicide. the victim has been identified as nya
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mother says her daughter was the victim of domestic violence. we're told she left the man in custody after he beat her with an extension cord earlier this month. fathers teach your sons to be men. mothers teach your daughters how to be young ladies, and how to be treated as such. know your worth. my babys gone hammond's body was found in the parking lot of the orthopedic hospital early monday morning. we're told she was on hera a big turnout for donald trump in waukesha. he spoke to a crowd of about 15-hundred last night. the republican presidential candidate touched on familiar themes including immigration, taxes, and hillary clinton. he also said he doesn't think african-american voters are going to vote for clinton. trump says: "i don't think african- americans are going to come out and vote for clinton. they're too smart and they know they're being
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and milwaukee county sheriff david clarke both stumped for trump at the event. three protesters were escorted out of the waukesha county expo center, but no one got arrested. as for hillary clinton - she campaigned with her former rival bernie sanders yesterday in new hampshire. she outlined a plan for making college debt-free for millions of middle class families...and allowing people to refinance student loans for more affordable interest rates. where we are, but we are going to fix it. this is wrong. it's wrong for students, it's wrong for families, and it's wrong for our country." and happening today -- anne holton -- the wife of vice presidential nominee tim kaine -- will be in kenosha and milwaukee . and chelsea clinton will be in green bay tomorrow. having trouble waking up this morning? we have something that might help perk you up. the deals going on for national coffee day today - coming up!
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government shutdown...for now. how long it lasts - coming up. and- new details in the fatal shooting of a man by police in el cajon, california. what the man pointed at police -
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a narrow ridge of high pressure moves to our west and that cut-off low is just far enough to the southeast to give us a mostly dry day today. highs will get into the low to mid 60s but may feel a bit cooler with a breezy ne wind at 10-20mph. the low drifts farther nw friday and into saturday causing showers to return to us into the weekend. highs slip back into the low 60s. we should dry up again on sunday with highs back in the mid 60s and we
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today: partly cloudy and windy. high: 66 dewpoint: 58 wind: ne 15-25 mph two elementary school students shot...along with a teacher..all after police say a teenager started shooting on the campus of a south carolina elementary school. plus - for a second consecutive night, protesters gathered in el cajon, california, demanding accountability following an officer-involved shooting of an unarmed black man. nicole is in the newsroom with the latest. we've now learned the identity of the man shot and killed by police say 38-year-old alfred olango was holding an e-cigarette when he was killed. police were called tuesday to a report of a mentally unstable person in the streets. authorities say olango pulled the device from his pocket...held it with both hands...and took a "shooting stance" toward the officers. one of them tried to shock him with a stun gun...and the other officer shot and killed olango. his death has sparked protests in el cajon.. with activists calling for a federal probe and demanding that authorities release video
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and in south carolina -- a teenager is accused of killing his father and shooting two children and a teacher at an elementary school. the anderson county sheriff's department says the teen walked onto the school playground with a handgun and shot them. the suspect was taken down by a volunteer fireman. police say before the shooting at the school the teen suspect also shot and killed his 47-year-old father...at his home... authorities are now looking in to why the teen began shooting. "did he have issues in school, don't know but we are certainly going to run the gamut of everything and try to come up with a motive." classes have been canceled for the rest of the week at the school. the shooting remains under investigation. coming up - a marine from milwaukee dies in california. when services will be held here for the military member. and private funeral will be held today for the miami marlins pitcher who died in a boating accident. how friends and fans honored jose fernandez at a memorial service. for the first time in his presidency, president obama's
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legislation. the bill congress pushed through -
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a narrow ridge of high pressure moves to our west and that cut-off low is just far enough to the southeast to give us a mostly dry day today. highs will get into the low to mid 60s but may feel a bit cooler with a breezy ne wind at 10-20mph. the low drifts farther nw friday and into saturday causing showers to return to us into the weekend. highs slip
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dry up again on sunday with highs back in the mid 60s and we warm a little early next week. today: partly cloudy and windy. high: 66 dewpoint: 58 wind: ne 15-25 mph red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays a marine from the milwaukee area is dead after a motorcycle accident in california. 22-year-old najee williams -graduated from brown deer high school in 2012.
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williams was stationed at camp pendleton. police say he crashed his motorcycle into a car in nearby oceanside, california two weeks ago. his visitation and funeral will be held this saturday in brookfield. and a private funeral will be held today for miami marlins pitcher jose fernandez. he died on sunday after his boat crashed into a rock off south beach. fans gathered yesterday for a public memorial service. dozens from the marlin's organization wearing r-i-p shirts touching the hearse - and walking with the vehicle as it drov authorities say they're investigating the cause of the accident. it looks like congress will avoid a government shutdown -- at least for now. last night -- congress passed a bill that only funds federal agencies through december ninth. the continuing resolution gets lawmakers through the presidential election without a government shutdown. the resolution passed both the house and the senate with broad support. it also approves federal money for the fight against the zika virus and for the lead-contaminated
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and for the first time - congress has overridden a veto by president obama. the house and senate voted to allow the families of september 11th victims to sue saudi arabia for the kingdom's alleged backing of the attackers. the president vetoed the bill citing saudi arabia as a key ally - and possibly opening the door to u.s suits. top officials warn - the law could put u-s troops and other interests at risk of ending up in foreign courts. a narrow ridge of high pressure moves to our west and that cut-off low is just far enough to the southeast to give us a mostly dry day today. highs will get into the low to mid 60s but may feel a bit cooler with a breezy ne wind at 10-20mph. the low
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showers to return to us into the weekend. highs slip back into the low 60s. we should dry up again on sunday with highs back in the mid 60s and we warm a little early next week. today: partly cloudy and windy. high: 66 dewpoint: 58 wind: ne 15-25 mph dewpoint: 58 wind: ne 5-15 mph friday: mostly cloudy with showers likely. high: 62 dewpoint: 55 wind: ne 10-20 mph saturday: mostly cloudy with light rain and showers. am low: 54 high: 64 dewpoint: 56 wind: ne 5-10 mph sunday: mostly cloudy. am low:
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mph monday: partly sunny. am low: 50 high: 68 dewpoint: 53 wind: ene 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny. am low: 51 high: 70 dewpoint: 53 wind: se 5-10 mpha narrow ridge of high pressure moves to our west and that cut-off low is just far enough to the southeast to give us a mostly dry day today. highs will get into the low to mid 60s but may feel a bit cooler with a breezy ne wind at 10-20mph. the low drifts farther nw friday and into saturday causing showers to return to us into the weekend. highs slip back into the low 60s. we should dry up again on sunday with highs back in the mid 60s and we warm a little early next week. today: partly cloudy and windy. high: 66 dewpoint: tonight: showers. low: 57 dewpoint: 58 wind: ne 5-15 mph friday: mostly cloudy with showers likely. high: 62 dewpoint: 55 wind: ne 10-20 mph saturday: mostly cloudy with light rain and showers. am low: 54 high: 64 dewpoint: 56 wind: ne 5-10 mph sunday: mostly cloudy. am low: 54 high: 66 dewpoint: 54 wind: nw 5-10 mph monday: partly sunny. am low: 50 high: 68 dewpoint: 53 wind: ene 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny. am low: 51 high: 70 dewpoint: 53 wind: se 5-10 mph ahead on wakeup -- the merger
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between s-a-b miller and anheuser busch inbev is a go. how it affects operations at miller coors in milwaukee - coming up. prost! how you can take part in the oktoberfest celebrations getting underway downtown today - just a reminder....fox 6 is collecting coats for kids... to keep them warm this winter. you can join in... just
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used winter coats in all sizes - kids and adults - can be donated at any of our sponsor locations. or - you could hold a coat drive of your own! for more details - simply head
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t day. right now with highs in the mid 60s. your weekend outlook next. get ready for lots of beer, pretzels, and brats! oktoberfest starts today downtown milwaukee. the official keg tapping will kick off the festivities at 4-30 this afternoon at pere marquette park. alderman
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year's official keg tapper. oktoberfest celebrations last until sunday. an authentic festival tent and beer garden has been set up in the park. there will be plenty of food and entertainment all weekend long. go ahead, and pour yourself an extra cup of joe this morning. that's because it's national coffee day! and several companies are celebrating by offering up some freebies. here a options... pilot flying j travel centers giving customers one free small cup of coffee, tea, or cappuccino of your choice. at krispy kreme, customers can get a free small coffee and a free original glazed donut. dunkin' donuts is offering customers a 66-cent medium hot coffee to commemorate the company's 66th anniversary. and if you snap a selfie with a bruegger's coffee cup and post it to social media -- you will be entered to win one of five bruegger's
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new lambeau field suites. what's been added - next. also this morning - sylville smith's family upset after a roadside memorial near 44th and auer is taken down. who made the request to have it removed. partly cloudy with highs in the mid 60s. right now . when rain returns
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now at 5:30. a heads up for drivers...a major ramp closure in the zoo interchange approaching quickly. why you should start planning alternate routes now. a narrow ridge of high pressure moves to our west and that cut-off low is just far enough to the southeast to give us a mostly dry day today. highs will get into the low to mi cooler with a breezy ne wind at 10-20mph. the low drifts farther nw friday and into saturday causing showers to return to us into the weekend. highs slip back into the low 60s. we should dry up again on sunday with highs back in the mid 60s and we warm a little early next week. today: partly cloudy and windy. high: 66 dewpoint: 58 wind: ne 15-25 mph angelica adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no

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