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they can get right comfortable. >> money is the root of all >> money is the root of all evil. -- captions by vitac -- we begin at four with breaking news: a verdict in the trial for carl barrett, junior. about an hour ago, a juy against him in the shooting death of five-year- old laylah petersen. fox six's justin williams joins us live from the ?milwaukee county courthouse with details. following three days of testimony, a jury takes just a few hours to render four, guilty verdicts in the trial of a man accused in the 2014 shooting death of
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three men accused in the shooting. he is said to be responsible for multiple shots being fired into petersons grandparents home, after the group mistook the house for someone elses residence. thursday, the 21-year-old milwaukee man was found guilty of three counts of first degree recklessly endangering safety, use of a dangerous weapon, as party to a crime. and, judge jeffrey wagner reads the verdict pertaining o the court finds the defendant guilty on the charge of first degree reckless homicide, party to a crime ... following the verdicts, petersons family remains seated, in the gallery, for some time, while most of barretts supporters make their exit, within minutes. when i ask barretts attorney whether hes speaking to the media, he tells me, quote its just too tough, right now. endquote this is the
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williams fox 6 news. one of milwaukee's big employers announces jobs cuts today. fox six's julie collins ?is live outside the northwestern mutual building in downtown milwaukee with more julie? earlier this month employees received a video message alluding to possible job... today is was confirmed that 100 jobs will be cut. morning the chairman and ceo - john schlifske told employees 'approximately 100 positions will be eliminated this year.' insurance companies like northwestern mutual rely on two sources of income. one is based on interest rates -- and while the current low investment rates we're seeing are good for the consumer.. it's a struggle in the industry. northwestern mutual is the 9th largest employer in the area with almost 6-thousand employees in downtown
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executive chris abele says he always hates to hear about job loss: 'theres no organization that is immune to the occasional set backs but their commitment certainly to downtown milwaukee i dont think anybody questions.' the company sent out this statement that reads in part - '...weve been evaluating how we work to better serve our clients. while we will continue to focus on hiring people with the skills we need and developing our t impacted and these decisions have not been easy.' in addition to the 100 jobs cuts this year - the statement says hundred more jobs will be eliminated next year... but no specific number was given. reporting live downtown milwaukee, julie collins. fox 6 news. jenna thanks julie. one woman is dead and more than one hundred are injured after a commuter train crashes in new jersey. it happened at the end of the morning rush hour at the hoboken train
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the latest. ted? investigators say the train somehow lost control and smashed directly into the terminal. footage shows damage to the rail cars and extensive structural damage to the station itself. the train came to a halt in a covered area between the station's indoor waiting area and the platform. the area has been evacuated and officials are stopping anyone from getting near the area, in case more of the structure falls. witnesses describe a frenz 00-11 "that was life or death there's no - there was no indication if the train was actually going to stop. we didn't know that we collided into something we just thought that something exploded." 12-25 "it was a loud bang then the lights went out and the roof came down. i think the roof of the terminal came down on the train. i think the actual roof o hoboken terminal came
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safety board and federal railway officials are on the scene of the crash. the engineer who was operating the train is also critically injured. he is at the hospital and is working with law enforcement as the investigation continues. reporting from the newsroom, ted perry fox 6 news. ben thanks ted. we have more photos as well as an extended clip from an afternoon news conference on the wreck -- all on fox6 now dot o you'll find the post on our home page. two confirmed cases of crypto-spori-di- osis recently swam in a new berlin health club. that's according to waukesha county health officials... officials say the original source of the ?illness is unknown. health officials say the princeton club has been cooperative.. and has taken steps above and beyond the standard to ensure appropriate prevention steps are taken.
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the forecast. overcast and windy this evening with scattered rain showers, mainly south of milwaukee. the temperature will fall into the upper 50s. cloudy, breezy and cool friday into saturday with on and off rain only reach into the low 60s. we'll finally dry out sunday and see the sunshine for the first half of the work week. temperatures will gradually warm above normal into the low 70s. tonight: scattered showers. low: 57 dewpoint: 55
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cloudy and breezy with scattered rain showers. high: 62 dewpoint: 56 wind: ne 10-15 mph saturday: cloudy with scattered rain showers. am low: 55 high: 62 dewpoint: 57 wind: ne 5-10 mph keep close tabs on the rain off the lake -- with the fox6 storm center app. it's free for apple and android devices. you'll appreciate having instant access to interactive radar. the twenty-sixteen presidential candidates have exactly thirty-nine days to convince voters they are and they're hitting the trail harder than ever. fox's doug mckelway, is in washington with the latest from the campaign trail ... trump says: "the people of new hampshire and everywhere else don't care about bernie anymore ... because now they are looking to the future and the future is going to be something special." donald trump ... returning to the swing state of new hampshire today .... the same state where he won his first ever political primary. trump's visit ... coming as he
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criticism he did not prepare enough for his first debate monday night .... against rival hillary clinton ... trump says: "and then i had to put up with the anchor, and fight the anchor all the time on everything i said. what a rigged deal." his running-mate -- mike pence -- taking time away from his debate prep ... to defend his candidate's performance. pence says: "you just gotta love donald trump, he said all talk, no action, sounds good, never gonna happen." meantime, hillary clinton is back in iowa for the first time since winning the state's first-in-the-nation her visit coincides with the first day of early voting in iowa .... where the real clear politics average of recent polls has trump beating clinton by nearly five points ... misses clinton -- laying out the stakes of november's election ... and urging those in the hawkeye state to vote early ... clinton says: "we have 40 days to win an election that's going to effect the next 40 years of our country and you, every one of you can make the difference in this election." mckelway on-cam tag says: "the former secretary of state has
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day since the debate. with headline speakers including president obama and his wife - michelle obama ... as well as husband bill clinton and daughter chelsea ... all being dispatched by to help rally support for the democratic contender. in washington, doug mckelway, fox news." the day after donald trump campaigned in waukesha...the wife of hillary clinton's running mate rallies democrats in milwaukee. anne holton made a push for early voting, which is now underway. political reporter theo keith joins us in the studio with more on the visit. in wisconsin -- anne holton...doesn't move the needle quite like donald trump on the other side. and she gave no indication of when husband tim kaine or hillary clinton would be back in wisconsin. holton is herself a former judge and education secretary in virginia. she spoke in front of several dozen people at a democratic volunteer office on milwaukee's east side. remember some republicans have criticized trump's debate performance. holton, on the other hand, said
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watch the debate per chance? cheers didnt our candidate do great? i knew she would. i knew that if it was a substantive discussion of the issues, that she would clean up hillary clinton hasn't campaigned in wisconsin for more than five months. chelsea clinton is stopping in green bay tomorrow. live, theo keith, fox6 news. it's a problem people in south milwaukee are tired of seeing... enforcement say a few streets are the heart of the problem. coming up -- what they want the city to do about persistent prostitution in their neighborhoods... plus -- veterans needing medical attention can get it at a veterans hospital-- but what if they have to stay there for days on end? where can their families go? the story behind milwaukee's "fisher
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russ: i've travelled over 50,000 miles all across wisconsin - listening to people, hearing their stories. a lot of folks are business owners and entrepreneurs. they tell me how hard it is to grow a business in today's economy. so together, we came up with the badger innovation plan. a plan to help wisconsin businesses grow through expanded access to high-speed broadband, better job training and fair trade. because we need to export wisconsin products,
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if you've been up to lambeau recently, you've noticed that there's a lot going on around the stadium. the new titletown district is shaping up, and a new winter-themed attraction was just added to the list. a sledding hill will be added to the area around the stadium. these are artist rendering of what that hill would look like. the hill will start on top of a building 45f ground. the building underneath it will connect the area to an open skating area next door. the hill will run 300 feet from start to finish. the mail building under the hill will have a warming lodge and snack bar. and this is a shot of what it will look for people heading down the hill. you can see lambeau there in the background. in addition to the hill there will also be a new playground and sports field, the size of a regulation football field. all of this new construction is
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it's national coffee day! and several companies are celebrating by offering up some freebies. pilot flying j travel centers giving customers one free small cup of coffee, 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. wauwatosa police celebrating today, they said this morning: "if only coffee day and donut day shared the holiday, happy national
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hospital - you want nothing more than to be by their side. for some - distance makes that extremely difficult. fox 6's nicole koglin takes you inside the place that's giving military families a home away from home. it's a story you'll only see on fox 6. in 1941 - with world war two well underway.... milton nicholas brown joined the army. he served in germany. "he did but he did serve helping people." after his service - he returned to milwaukee to raise his family - including his grandson - brian k. johnson. "my dad was not in the picture growing up. so, my grandfather was literally my father. " when milton got sick... "it seemed to be he was having an infection continuously." brian wanted to be by his side. "he was my idol. he was my role
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brian lives in san antonio, texas. milton was getting treatment at the milwaukee va medical center. a distance of more than 12-hundred miles. still - brian made the trip. he didn't have to worry about a place to stay.... because of the fisher house wisconsin. "this makes is so easy and convenient " the fisher house is on the clement j. zablocki va grounds. it gives military families free lodging when they're loved ones are getting treatment at the milwaukee va. "fisher house is a home away from home." jennifer kiefer is the fisher house manager and helps families who make room arrangements. "it's being able to take away one little bit of stress off of somebody's shoulders when they are dealing with such a burden of stress." kiefer says there's no rush to check-out. "families are able to stay as long as they need to." from food to laundry to a place to get a good night's rest -- residents have everything they need. for bryan that meant focusing on what really mattered. "i was able to have the final days with him." milton died on august 31st, 2016. in those finals moments - bryan was there...
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today. so, i was able to thank him as he was passing away the last two weeks." moments he may not have had if it wasn't for a helping hand from the fisher house. i'm nicole koglin - fox 6 news. fisher house isn't just in wisconsin. there's 71 locations nationwide helping military families. if you'd like to learn more about fisher house and its services - just head over to our website empire has become one of the television. next -- see how one milwaukee teen landed a role in last night's episode. plus -- get a behind the scenes look at the brand new show on fox -- "pitch". here's a live look outside. ad lib what you see weather expert stephanie barichello is up next with a
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overcast and windy this evening with scattered rain showers, mainly south of milwaukee. the temperature will fall into the upper 50s. cloudy, breezy and cool friday into saturday with on and off rain showers. the temperature will only reach into the low 60s. we'll finally dry out sunday and see the sunshine for the first half of the
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gradually warm above normal into the low 70s. tonight: scattered showers. low: 57 dewpoint: 55 wind: ne 10-15 mph friday: cloudy and breezy with scattered rain showers. high: 62 dewpoint: 56 wind: ne 10-15 mph saturday: cloudy with scattered rain showers. am low: 55 high: 62 dewpoint: 57 wind: ne 5-10 mph season shined the spotlight on a milwaukee teen last night. check out the 14 year old's debut! how many times do i got to tell you to stay away from that boy. mom, i said hes my friend you listen to me. you do not ever, ever say that out
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car-deon banks gathered last to watch the teen's debut.banks played the role of young tariq in a flashback scene about 50 minutes into the episode. the teen won the role after sending a video of himself rapping to producers. he actually lost out on the original role he tried out for, but 5 months later got a call that they wanted him back! he spent a day filming in chicago. banks told us his friends at school he got on the show! he hopes to continue his career in acting. the new fox show "pitch" shows us a girl who can hang with the boys in the big leagues. fox's adam housley learns more from the stars of the show
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gosselear of fox's freshman drama "pitch" have learned a lot about the national pastime since they started playing major leaguers on tv... bunbury says: "the thing that amazed me about this sport is that it's such a mental game and very mathematical and i think thats what made it so special." gosselear says: "they play 162 games and to commit yourself for that long it truely takes a special human being you have to have alot of patience" mark plays the team's star catcher and says he has turned into a huge fan of the game... gosselear says: "i've became an mlb dot tv subscriber / yea your always on your phone./ i always have it on my phone whenever we're inbetween scenes, i'll be watching the games. i tell my wife it's because i'm researching, it's part of the role. she thinks thats an excuse and it's getting old right now." when we asked them to sing john
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"centerfield"... the response was not exactly a homerun... bunbury says: "i'm ready to play no no, your tone death is what you are, i'm sorry." larter says: "this is how i sing it." consuelos says: "it is a great song, but you have to be in a stadium to do it" larter says: "and we also have kylie bumbery who has some pipes on her, she can sing" in hollywood, adam housley, fox news. it's being called a public health crisis... and ?the spike in heroin overdoses is not happening just in wisconsin. coming up -- the high number ohio saw in just 24 hours and
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on the city's south side. what city officials are doing to fix it. honey nut cheerios get their delicious taste from honest ingredients. like real delicious honey, and real oats. ok that's still honey. ahhh, there we go. that guy, figures.
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they say a lot of things about rain. like how hard it's a-gonna fall. the things it does to your parade. we've got a saying about rain too: when it roars. the all-wheel-drive charger. domestic. not domesticated. of $8,000 in savings on select
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members of milwaukee's common council are fed up, saying prostitution has become rampant in parts of the city. they held a hearing on the topic today. fox 6's rachelle baillon joins us now with more details. good evening. community members say the problem is as bad as they've ever seen it.... and they're pleading with city officials to do something to stop it. they're seeing on the streets of the city's near south side. "i have never seen it as bad as it is now. blatant, blatant. and whatever is going on is simply not working." neighbors , religious leaders, community organizations and law enforcement officials say portions of national, greenfield and lincoln avenues
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prostitution problem. they showed up at thursday's public safety committee meeting to share their observations with members of the common council. "one of my daily duties in the morning that i make it on myself is to go around and make sure that i don't find no needles around the school, used condoms." those in the neighborhood insist the prostitution is as visible as ever. "my boys, even as young boys have been solicited." but some say the problem's roots stem from two other serious issues: drug addiction and human trafficking. "these women were being treated like animals and she was forced to go was manipulated with drugs." the multi-pronged problem could require a complex solution. which is what committee members are hoping a dialogue will help them to find. " serious this matter is and how it has totally deteriorated the quality of life." committee members are vowing to keep this conversation going until the problem is solved.... with alderman bob donovan saying they'll discuss it every month,
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attempted robbery at otto's wine cask in brown deer last night. officials say an officer was flagged down by someone on a bicycle who could see the suspect trying to enter. when they arrived the officers found a 22-year-old man trying to punch through the glass. he was arrested and taken to the hospital with a deep cut on his arm. during the investigation, the man admitted to the burglary and said he broke into the same store last week. and racine police arrested 21-year-old "cerrell walker" after he kicked them arrest. police say they responded to a hit and run near memorial and maple on tuesday. using a description, they were able to find the suspect a few blocks away. he was later identified as walker. during his arrest he started screaming at officers and resisting. while trying to get him in a squad car -- police say he kicked multiple officers. he now faces three counts including battery to an officer and resisting arrest. here's an update to a story that was breaking yesterday at this time: in south carolina -- a teenager
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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 his home... authorities are now looking in to why the teen began shooting. "did he have issues in school, did he have issues at home - 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. another fatal string of heroin overdoses in ohio. after nearly three dozen overdoses --two people are dead. all within 24 hours. officials are calling it a public health crisis. they're asking people -- if they're going to use drugs -- to always have someone else there and conscious
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a highly-potent batch of heroin, which might be especially deadly. a large portion of south australia is still without power after wild winds ripped at least 22 transmission towers from the ground in parts of the country. the winds are part of what locals are calling a storm of 'historic' proportions. the strong winds and heavy rains were accompanied by an estimated 80,000 lightning strikes. you can see extents of video. miraculously, there have been no reports of death or serious injury. ted perry joins us now from the news room with some stories coming up on fox six news at five. a 19-year-old mother murdered. the father of their child was arrested for the crime and the victim's family claims the pair had a history of domestic violence. at five, what you can do to get out of abusive situation. also at five, keeping infants healthy. it's the goal of an effort called "strong baby." coming up, the
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fortunate families. we'll have all that and more for you in about 20 minutes on fox six news at five. jenna thanks ted. you've got a shot at a night of beer and pizza with matt damon, tom brady you've got a shot at a night of beer and pizza with matt damon, hosting some lucky fans in boston to support three non- profit organizations. eastern congo initiative -- water- dot-org -- and t-b twelve foundation which supports global health, education and safety. affleck and damon are among the organizations' founders. each donation enters participants for the chance to win exclusive merchandise. and of course....the chance of having a pizza night with the famous trio. there are 27 days left to
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club plaza hotel has added a new member to its staff and it is definitely the first of its kind -- a black lab therapy dog. k-c is the first therapy dog known to be working at a kansas city area hotel. she's available for guests or staff members who need a bit of stress relief or diversion. the hotel general manager is k-c's primary handler when she's on duty "it's been fantastic ... and of the same thing." k-c also spends one day a week at the children's place cozying up to children who have troubles with human contact. ad lib about dog working at
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four... the halloween decoration home depot is pulling from their shelves for being too creepy. plus -- million of kitchens are renovated each year -- how to avoid pricey mistakes in my contact six report. here's a live look outside right now. ad lib what barichello is in next with a your forecast. soon those temperatures will turn colder. too many kids go to school without a proper winter coat to keep them warm. thats where fox 6 coats for kids and you come in. go through your closets and please donate any slightly used winter coats -- for kids and adults. head to for more details and a list of all
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more than 2-million kitchens will be renovated this year, according to the harvard joint center for housing studies. but - giving your kitchen a makeover doesn't have to bust your budget. in our contact 6 report - i found some tips to keep your costs in check. looking to get the most bang for your buck on a kitchen remodel? consumer reports says take care, to avoid the biggest budget busters. like changing your mind. it can average of 10 percent. "the average kitchen remodel costs around 28- thousand dollars. so spend a little longer on the designand stick to that plan no matter what." so dont rely on rough sketches. these days, 3d drawings and even tools like virtual-reality software help you visualize the space before you even take down a wall. "when youre standing in front of your sink, your fridge is right here, then..." "as a veteran kitchen designer, i cant imagine making a large dollar purchase, that i will hold onto for decades, without having a full
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time." also, dont overpay for high-end materials. forgo pricey, exotic marble countertops for less expensive, low-maintenance quartz-- top-rated by consumer reports. and you can get the look of hardwood floors for half the price with more durable, porcelain tile look-alikes. remember, while looks are important --dont forget function. save room in the budget for things like a range hood to keep your kitchen well-ventilated, under-cabinet lighting to ease food improved storage, like drawers in the base units. "its not the sexiest stuff, but its these little things that you interact with every day that are going to influence your long-term satisfaction in a major way." your dream kitchen can be a reality if you plan wisely. its also important to do your due diligence about who is doing the work. consumer reports found that accredited contractors are better at holding down costs on remodeling projects when unexpected
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contractors on your short list, asking clients about their experience of working with the contractor and how the work held up over time. do you have a consumer issue or investigation idea? give me a call!! the number is on you screen or you can file a complaint on the contact 6 page at fox-6-now-dot-com. tropical storm matthew is now a hurricane. it's the fifth hurricane of the 2016 atlantic hurricane season. the storm picked up strength about 190 miles away from the caribbean island curacoa.swells generated by matthew are expected to affect portions of the coasts of puerto rico, venezuela, and colombia during the next few days. maximum sustained winds have increased to near 75 mph. adlib to weather overcast and windy this evening with scattered rain showers, mainly south of milwaukee. the
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cloudy, breezy and cool friday into saturday with on and off rain showers. the temperature will only reach into the low 60s. we'll finally dry out sunday and see the sunshine for the first half of the work week. temperatures will gradually warm above normal into the low 70s. tonight: scattered showers. low: 57 dewpoint: 55 wind: ne 10-15 mph friday scattered rain showers. high: 62 dewpoint: 56 wind: ne 10-15 mph saturday: cloudy with scattered rain showers. am low: 55 high: 62 dewpoint: 57 wind: ne 5-10 mph sunday: mostly cloudy. am low: 55 high: 66 dewpoint: 55 wind: nw 5-10 mph monday: partly sunny. am low: 53
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tuesday: mostly sunny. am low: 54 high: 70 dewpoint: 53 wind: se 5-10 mph wednesday:mostly sunny. am low: 56 high: 71 dewpoint: 55 wind: se 5-10 mph overcast and windy this evening with scattered rain showers, mainly south of milwaukee. the temperature will fall into the upper 50s. cloudy, breezy and cool friday into showers. the temperature will only reach into the low 60s. we'll finally dry out sunday and see the sunshine for the first half of the work week. temperatures will gradually warm above normal into the low 70s. tonight: scattered showers. low: 57 dewpoint: 55 wind: ne 10-15 mph friday: cloudy and breezy with
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wind: ne 10-15 mph saturday: cloudy with scattered rain showers. am low: 55 high: 62 dewpoint: 57 wind: ne 5-10 mph sunday: mostly cloudy. am low: 55 high: 66 dewpoint: 55 wind: nw 5-10 mph monday: partly sunny. am low: 53 high: 68 dewpoint: 53 wind: nw-ne 5-10 mph tuesday: mostly sunny. am low: dewpoint: 53 wind: se 5-10 mph wednesday:mostly sunny. am low: 56 high: 71 dewpoint: 55 wind: se 5-10
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wednesday:mostly sunny. am low: 56 high: 71 dewpoint: 55 wind: se 5-10 mph more than one- billion dollars was approved for the fight against the zika virus yesterday. now -- doctors say there might be another way you can contract it. beverly taylor joins us now with more... a man in utah may have been infected with the zika virus in a new way... from the tears and sweat of his father. the man admitted he was helping nurses, when he wiped his
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nurses got sick. the father had 100-thousand times the normal level of the virus-- possibly because he was undergoing cancer treatments. before this - the known ways to transmit the virus were through mosquito bites, and sex with an infected person. we all know people who say they don't need a full eight or nine hours of sleep at night. ...maybe you are that person. well, researchers at the university of utah say-- no way. the tired than they realize, and that they may actually be falling asleep throughout the day, and don''t even know it! the study looked at 900 people. the people who reported they don't need as much sleep -- had brain waves during the day-- that are typically seen during sleep. here's something you've probably never thought of before. if you need to pass a kidney stone....ride a roller coaster. a new study published in the
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bump and jolt of a roller coaster may knock small kidney stones right through your system. a surgeon behind the research tested the idea after a patient said she passed three kidney stones while riding a roller coaster in orlando, florida. back to you. an ohio student's college class may be responsible for saving her life. the student discovered she has cancer during one of her classes. the student is studying "cardiovascular sonography" at a while training on a sonogram, over the summer, she found a mass in her breast. she went to the doctor, but she had to wait two days to get a mammogram and an ultrasound. so, the student turned to her classmates for help. "i found a breast mass the beginning of july. my instructor was scanning me every time i was in here. you know, once a week, twice a week." the ultrasound pictures from class even helped doctors diagnose her. her last day of chemotherapy is this week, but it could be
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cancer is gone. the d-e-a seizes more than 22-thousand pounds of pot... in a widespread raid in colorado. investigators believe that one large criminal organization was transporting marijuana out of colorado and into texas and arkansas. one of the busts yielded around three-hundred plants. several people were detained but there have been no arrests reported. a spokesperson with the dea says the marijuana taken during the raids halloween is the season where it isn't uncommon to see houses covered in some disturbing decorations. but on decoration proved to be a little too -- creepy. this halloween decoration is no longer being sold at home depot in canada. the "scary peeper creeper" is supposed to be mounted on windows and make it look like someone's peering at you. peeping is a crime, of course -- and multiple complaints
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its canadian stores. but the washington post reports you can still buy the "scary peeper creeper" in the u-s. some daring sky divers in austria making the world's largest swing....or so they hope. still awaiting verification from the guinness book of world records that the four hundred and ten foot feat is the r adventurers from the red bull skydiving team tied a swing between two hot air balloons. then after hitting five-thousand feet-- they hopped off, swinging from the rope before jumping off and parachuting to the ground. in the beginning of september -- a red bull team completed the longest truck jump off of a ramp in new mexico. everyone always wants the best seats in the house. and now -- at lambeau field those seats just got a massive upgrade... coming up -- after a year of
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look at the brand new
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weev 5. the packers showed off some of their new lambeau field suites yesterday.. the suites went through a 55-million dollar renovation, which began last
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of the suites. out with the old. "our suites have been the same way for i believe 14 or 15 seasons." and in with the new.... "our pursuit is always to be the best sporting experience in all of professional sports i think these suites help us achieve that goal." at least thats the motto for lambeau field's new suites and club seating on the west side of the stadium. construction on the east side suites hasn't started. "we're all about enhancing the guest experience and improving it any way we can." the suites have new signage on the doors, a hat tv. "this suite holds 20 individuals max, our suites vary in size from a 12 person on up to a 48 person." "the one big concern with the other suites is you never really felt part of the crowd, here you're going to feel the crowd, you're going to feel the noise." the new suites offer retractable windows, which allow fans to enjoy the lambeau experience. according to the packers, the new suites open up other opportunities for the stadium. "if you have another concert here and you can't open the windows that really affects
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those suites for concerts and other events which we continue to hope to have here." and when it comes to the price tag for enjoying one of the suites. "prices are the same, prices did not change based on renovation or old." the organization says the new suites are a big hit and there's already a waiting list to rent them. kim murphy fox 6 news. our big story at 5: a verdict reached in the murder of 5-
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finds carl barrett, junior guilty of all charges against him. we have team coverage.. fox6's myra sanchick in the newsroom with reaction from petersen's family. justin williams leads our coverage with what happened in court. three days of testimony. three hours of deliberation. and, today, four, guilty verdicts, in connection with the 2014, fatal shooting of five-year-old laylah
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