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11. our big story at ele story at 11:00 o'clock milwaukee woman searcy hurt after so it
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down because of a rollover crash. this happened around midnight near locust. it took crews about an hour to clear the scene and reopen the interstate. officials not saying much at
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soon as they come into our newsroom. milwaukee police investigating a fatal stabbing. it happened near 24th and capitol last night around 7:30. we're told a 74-year-old man got in a fight with the suspect and was stabbed. the victim died at the hospital. police continue to search for a suspect. adlib to weather a few rain showers, possibly some thunder, expected through early warmer with highs in the low to middle 70s. clouds will eventually move back overnight along with the chance for showers and t-storms, which will then linger off and on into friday. temperatures will begin to cool into the 60s by friday and then upper 50s for the start to the weekend. back above average by monday. today: showers and t-storms early then gradual clearing. high: 74 dewpoint: 60 wind: sw 5-15 mph tonight: increasing clouds with showers and t-storms possible. low: 58 dewpoint: 59
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is t a little bit. nozzle likely move our way as well the chance for shower sticking around until four or 5:00 o'clock in your late th such particular crewn will more rain on their thursday into friday will attract that was sky vision coming out. happening now milwaukee man has been imprisoned since 1992. of armed
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year-old "daryl holloway's" case... and because of d-n-a evidence... a judge has now overturned his conviction. he's spent the last 24 years at green bay correctional. he says this is something everybody can learn from. "we need to start looking at the evidence for what it is. stop pretending like you know what the evidence is...look at it. and then we can learn from it. i did 25 something years for something i think they knew i didn't do it, but it's holloway was released this morning. happening today...the family of a man killed by a wauwatosa police officer will meet with the community. jay anderson was shot and killed by an officer in late june. the family has held numerous protests and balloon launches to raise
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community forum at the wauwatosa public library at 7. anderson's parents have been asking that a charging decision be made in their son's case. they also want a 20 second video of the events leading up to the shooting to be made public. "my son was trying to tell him, he had a weapon in the car and he was pointing down at the weapon and he pointed down too far and now hes dead." sent to the f-b-i in the hopes it can be enhanced. the case now lies in the hands of the milwaukee county district attorneys office. there is no word on when a decision whether to charge could be made. brown deer police releasing new information and the dash cam video of last week's vicious dog attack. two 14-year-old girls were injured near 48th and dean. we want to
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disturbing to some viewers. fema headquarters in washington dc commander in chief getting a firsthand look at the plans for any possible storms damage the united states matthew of course slamming into the bahamas putting the island chain with 120 plus mile-per-hour winds and the powerful storm raising major damage to post participated in the southeastern tip of cuba that is expected to have four .-dot and then move up the east more now turn to fox news
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but hobo buffalo both rufo drove him. to havey a rally with hillary clinton .-dot i campaign ride later this week that it has been canceledek and now they're actig federal resource they can to try to preposition supply rescue personnel those kinds of things the president overseeings, these types of preparation that we heard earlier florida governor rick scott if you're early leave now talking about evacuation orders that are now and place up-and-down for does east coast unclear whether the president is going to have such direin warnings we've seen this before people don't evacuate and now the president.ua i may interrupt you about start
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our national guard has just briefed me on preparations that we're makingps for the possibily of some seriouspo effects from hurricane matthew's. matthew could soon affect areas all across the southeast so in my direction fema has been on the ground in florida georgia south carolina and north carolina. working with state and local officials to prepare for the stormrm we've artie got a respoe team in position right to help communities in the region want to emphasize to the public this is a serious story. the coast guard's meeting with devastating affects now on the process of moving through the bahamas because it's not going to be hitting enough land as going to be building strength on
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by tomorrow morning it will artie begin to have significant effects and flori and that has potential to strengthen and move on up the coast during the course of the day. iev want to make sure everyone s paying attention to your local officialsti if there is an evacuation order and your community you need to take it seriously only is there still a chance the poor of the storm strikes florida some are further north. even if you don't get the full force of the hurt. hospital stores wends. all that could have a devastating effect. everyone needs to be paying
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instructionsns of your local officials if you get an evacuation order just remember that you can always rebuild it always repair propertyep you cannot restore a a life that ifs lost we want to make sure that we minimizeze any possible lossf life or risk in these areas. i also want to make sure that we say thanks to the folks at the they're doing through that comed from florida is familiar with the dangers of hurrican and it so happens we have family. izumi working around there clock to make sure you're preventing any potential loss ofin life and
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this is not bebe a serious storm we want everyone to take it seriously as well. even as we prepare for the hurricane here at homene i wants to keep in mind that fee one of the poorest countries in the world already suffering fromlr r range of previous disasters has been hit hard by the storm weee anticipate there can a need substantial help similar needs and places like the bahamas i would ask that people who are willing to contribute and willing to help to visit the center for international disaster information the website is cid.org. you can find out how you can help make life a little bit
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last point even as you are waiting to get instructions from your local ofls now is the time for you to prepare in the event that you have to evacuate. even if you don't have to evacuate there is not an evacuation order still make sense for you to figure out what kind of plan you haves of preparation supplies do you have and if you need help try to figure that out go to ready .gov. that willr give you really clear instructions about how to make sure you a are securing your property and keeping your family safe.o obviously a priority for all of us. this is something to take seriously we hope are the best butf we are prepared for the
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over the next several hours. thank you very much everyone. taking a very active role and advance of hurricane matthew expected toer have for it and southern state before moving northward he storm that could have a devastating effect on the air is encouraging residents to fade although warnings and orders to evacuate if necessary. and cable and satellite more
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weeks before the election, a hearing has been scheduled in federal court to consider a motion "voter i- d" law. that hearing is set for october 12 in madison. the liberal advocacy group, "one wisconsin institute" filed the motion -- calling to suspend the law. the group argues the state has not complied with a judge's earlier ruling to ensure that voters missing key documents needed to obtain a voter i-d can still get credentials to cast a ballot. at the hearing -- both sides can offer evidence to show whether the state has been complying with
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kaine and mike pence didn't find much they could agree one during their one and only debate last night. our political reporter theo keith has more details. tim kaine and mike pence came out attacking -- and interrupting. pence kaine argue natskaine criticized pence's running mate donald trump, saying he has a cozy relationship with vladamir putin of russia. hes got a personal mt. rushmore of favorite dictators. 'oh come on'pence canned lines to the debate. how long did you work on those, that one had a lot of lines in itpence had to defend trump, who has had what his campaign calls a difficult week. he struggled to explain a 916 million dollar business loss from 1995. he feuded with a beauty queen over her weight. if you want to have an understanding society, you cant have someone at the
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and said kaine and hillary clinton were offering more of the same. obviously ive hit a nerve here. the campaign of clinton and kaine has been an avalanche of insultsboth men are political veterans, having served in congress and as governors... arguing with each otherboth were ready to spar in their only debate. elaine jumps in -- "the audience can't understand when you talk over each other.governor scott walker, who prep last week in madison. he also knocked kaine for using canned lines. speaker paul ryan praised pence's performance. he gave pence advice last month. theo keith, fox6 news. the battle for the badger state continues. we've learned donald trump will be in our area once again on saturday -- but details of where and when have not been announced. meanwhile -- donald trump junior will be at the embassy suites in brookfield this morning. as for the democrats -- vermont
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campaign for hillary clinton in madison and green bay today. then next monday -- clinton's daughter chelsea will make another stop in our state... details of her event have not been released. toss to weather. toss to weather. a few rain showers, possibly some thunder, expected through early afternoon then gradual clearing. warmer with highs in the low to middle 70s. clouds will eventually move back overnight along with the chance for showers and t-storms,
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friday. temperatures will begin to cool into the 60s by friday and then upper 50s for the start to the weekend. back above average by monday. today: showers and t-storms early then gradual clearing. high: 74 dewpoint: 60 wind: sw 5-15 mph tonight: increasing clouds with showers and t-storms possible. low: 58 dewpoint: 59 wind: s 2-4 mph thursday: mostly cloudy with scattered t-storms. high: 73 dewpoint: 63 wind: se 5-10 mph friday: most and windy with lingering showers. am low: 59 high: 64 dewpoint: 49 wind: wnw 10-20 mph saturday: partly sunny and cool. am low: 43 high: 58 dewpoint: 36 wind: nw 5-10 mph sunday: mostly sunny. am low: 44 high: 60 dewpoint: 41 wind: sw 5-10 mph monday: partly sunny. am low: 50 high: 66 dewpoint: 49 wind: sw 5-10 mph a few rain showers, possibly some
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warmer with highs in the low to middle 70s. clouds will eventually move back overnight along with the chance for showers and t-storms, which will then linger off and on into friday. temperatures will begin to cool into the 60s by friday and then upper 50s for the start to the weekend. back above average by monday. today: showers and t-storms early then gradual clearing. high: 74 dewpoint: 60 wind: sw 5-15 mph tonight: increasing clouds with showers and t-storms possibe dewpoint: 59 wind: s 2-4 mph thursday: mostly cloudy with scattered t-storms. high: 73 dewpoint: 63 wind: se 5-10 mph friday: mostly cloudy and windy with lingering showers. am low: 59 high: 64 make their wayi throughout thousand is wisconsin till 45:0a little bit throughout your evening the first half of your overnight hours looking mainly cleart:n but by early tomorrow increasing cloud cover andlo
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again a few rumbles of thunder those are things scattered throughout the majority of youtl little bit more and really for the first of your friday a few more showers there to 77x couple of days 60s for your friday cooling for the weekend was see the return of the sunshine
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workers: he campaigned as a job creator but senator johnson helps companies ship jobs overseas.
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here's a look at this morning's
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hit and run involving a pedestrian on the city's south side. what we know about the victim. the wisconsin department of justice will no longer investigate deadly police-involved shootings... who is now taking on that role. staying warm the next couple of days with the chance for rain. your forecast is up next our big story at 11-30... milwaukee police are investigating a very serious hit run ...involving a pedestrian. a woman was hit near cesar chavez drive and greenfield overnight. our deandra corinthios has the latest. milwaukee police say the woman was crossing the street when a
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listed as critical...at a local hospital. the hit and run happened around 2 am. mpd shut down the whole intersection at cesar chavez and greenfield to investigate. police say the victim was very seriously injured and was treated on scene by the milwaukee fire department. police are searching for the suspect's vehicle. they say they are interviewing witnesses they're also trying to access any from the area... police have not released the victim's age...only saying she is an adult. meanwhile, i-43 northbound shut down because of a rollover crash.
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near locust. it took crews about an hour to clear the scene an reopen the interstate. officials not saying much at this time about the crash. we'll bring you any updates as soon as they come into our newsroom. milwaukee police investigating a fatal stabbing. it happened near 24th and capitol last night around 7:30. we're told a 74-year-old man got in a fight with the suspect and was then stabbed. the victim died at the hospital. police continue to search for a suspect. a few rain showers, possibly some thunder, expected through early afternoon then gradual clearing. warmer with highs in the low to middle 70s. clouds will eventually move back overnight along with the chance for showers and t-storms, which will then linger off and on into friday. temperatures will begin to cool into the 60s by friday and then upper
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today: showers and t-storms early then gradual clearing. high: 74 dewpoint: 60 wind: sw 5-15 mph tonight: increasing clouds with showers and t-storms possible. a few rain showers, possibly some thunder, expected through early afternoon then gradual clearing. warmer with highs in the low to middle 70s. clouds will eventually move back overnight along with the chance for showers n which will then linger off and on into friday. temperatures will begin to cool into the 60s by friday and then upper 50s for the start to the weekend. back above average by monday. today: showers and t-storms early then gradual clearing. high: 74 dewpoint: 60 wind: sw 5-15 mph tonight: increasing clouds with showers and t-storms possible. low: 58 dewpoint: 59
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who's been in prison since 19-92 on two counts of sexual assault and two counts of armed burglary is released. the innocence project took 48- year-old "daryl holloway's" case... and because of dna evidence... a judge has now overturned his conviction. he's spent the last 24 years at green bay correctional. holloway was released from prison about an hour ago. raising awareness and demanding answers. jay anderson was shot and killed by a wauwatosa police officer in late june. a new group called "tosa together" will be holding a forum asking questions about the shooting. fox 6's ashley sears has the story. 50:09 its been really hard, its been really hard. a devastating death... 50:12 were taking it one day at a time. made more painful by frustration. 56:27 its been hell for me. jay
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jr. in late june. he was shot and killed by a wauwatosa police officer while he sat in his car in madison park. police say anderson had a gun. since that day these parents...say there has been a lack of transparency. 51:43 we know what everybody else knows around here, which is nothing. the andersons have held protests and balloon launches trying to bring awareness to their sons case. the wauwatosa community and hold a discussion about the events of june 23rd. 55:52 theyre very concerned and they want to know what happened. the andersons want a charging decision— as well as information about the officer and the shooting to be released specifically, a 20 second video that shows the moments before andersons death. his father has seen the recording. 59:53 his hands were up, his hands were up. theyre hoping the meeting wednesday brings new momentum pressuring leaders to bring answers they have been waiting
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hard, because we miss him. we're learning more about the team of detectives who will now be in charge of investigating deadly police incidents in milwaukee. the wisconsin department of justice will no longer investigate them. instead-- a team with representatives from every milwaukee county police department will assume that role. the west milwaukee police chief say he knows there will be questions about their ties to m-p-d. i would train in the academy, thats the one thing you own is your integrity; youre the only one who can give it away and im not sure were willing to give our integrity away in an investigation of this magnitude. chief nah-see says there are about 50 investigators total to make sure they can staff multiple cases if that's ever needed. the owner of halloween express... shining a light on something scarier than any mask-- giving his customers a dose of reality this
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majdoch has partnered with the state's "dose of reality" campaign -- drawing attention to prescription painkiller abuse in wisconsin.he's sharing 50 of his company's billboards with the campaign. there's also a prominent link on his website... and a heartfelt video on youtube. jm 'i know people who have had children overdose, i know adults who overdosed. i know people struggling with addiction themselves.' majdoch says he hopes other businesses will follow his and help shine a light on social issues. you decide coverage now... the one and only vice presidential debate was a heated one-- as the running mates didn't seem to agree on anything. mike pence and tim kaine got pretty fiery in their exchanges.... sen. tim kaine, d vice presidential candidate i can't imagine how gov. pence can defend the insult-driven, selfish "me- first" style of donald trump. gov. mike pence, r vice presidential candidate senator, you and senator clinton would know a lot about an insult- driven campaign.kaine says: "you are donald trump's apprentice. let me talk about
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time." kaine says: "isn't this a discussion?" kaine repeatedly challenged pence -- attempting to tie him to some of trump's most controversial statements about women, immigrants, and foreign policy. pence however remained calm -- and attempted to turn the attack back on clinton. granting wishes for seriously ill children... how "make-a-wish-wisconsin" helped one young girl after she was diagnosed with cancer. and preventing the flu... changes with vaccinations and the best time to get vaccinated,. company announces some new
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flu season is right around the corner, and there are important new recommendations about the flu vaccine. in this contact 6 report - jenna sachs explains who is affected by these changes and when its best for
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hands down the best defense against the flu. but depending on your age and health, you may need to change the type of vaccine you get. kids are not going to like this, but this year the nasal vaccine flumist is not recommended by the centers for disease control and prevention. 'in the last three years, flumist offered little if any protection against the flu in children between the ages of 2 and 17.' by comparison, the shot, the vaccine was 63 percent effective at preventing the flu. adults ages 18 to 64 have the option of getting the vaccine with a smaller needle that only pierces the skin, which should be less painful than the traditional shot injected into the muscle. and there are new formulations for people 65 and over to consider whose immune system research shows, may not be as responsive as young peoples. fluzone high dose is four times stronger than the normal vaccine and another type, fluad, boosts older
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'when it comes to timing the shot, healthy people under the age of 60 or so can benefit from longer protection by getting the vaccine as soon as it becomes available.' however, the protective effect of the vaccine may wear off faster in older people. so getting the shot a bit later - in early fall - may protect them better during winter, when the flu season tends to peak. in any case, it takes about two weeks to build up immunity. consumer reports says the most important to get the flu shot no matter what the timing. the standard vaccine is still free under most insurance plans and medicare. but youll need to check with your insurance company to be sure. i'm jenna sachs contact 6. toss to weather. a few rain showers, possibly some thunder, expected through
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warmer with highs in the low to middle 70s. clouds will eventually move back overnight along with the chance for showers and t-storms, which will then linger off and on into friday. temperatures will begin to cool into 50s for the start to the weekend. back above average by monday. today: showers and t-storms early then gradual clearing. high:
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mph tonight: increasing clouds with showers and t-storms possible. low: 58 dewpoint: 59 wind: s 2-4 mph thursday: mostly cloudy with s 73 dewpoint: 63 wind: se 5-10 mph friday: mostly cloudy and windy with lingering showers. am low: 59 high: 64 dewpoint: 49
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saturday: partly sunny and cool. am low: 43 high: 58 dewpoint: 36 wind: nw 5-10 mph sunday: mostly sunny. am low: 44 high: 60 dewpoint: 41 wind: sw 5-1 partly sunny. am low: 50 high: 66 dewpoint: 49 wind: sw 5-10 mph a few rain showers, possibly some thunder, expected through early afternoon then gradual clearing. warmer with highs in the low to middle 70s. clouds will eventually move back overnight along with the chance for showers and t-storms, which will then linger off and on into friday. temperatures will begin to cool into the 60s by friday
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to the weekend. back above average by monday. today: showers and t-storms early then gradual clearing. high: 74 dewpoint: 60 wind: sw 5-15 mph tonight: increasing clouds with showers and t-storms possible. low: 58 dewpoint: 59 wind: s 2-4 mph thursday: mostly cloudy with scattered t-storms. high: 73 dewpoint: 63 wind: se 5-10 mph friday: mostly oyd win gh: 6dewpoint: 49 wind: x6 is proud to partner with ake- a-wish-wisconsin" to helpft shes - involve travel -- at whyx6 is sting a phone bankn les will help recipients-- ke iris maretto was dgnosed withcancer.. unlike this view, "there were life isn't always picture perfect. "this on and this one." sometimes.. "this one and this one are for nausea." . you're counting more bad days than good. "i was doing an oral chemo that we do at home." "it tastes like poison." but you wouldn't tell. "i embraced the baldness." with iris marett. even though she's been through a lot. "i was 17 when i was first diagnosed and i'm 19 now." marett is living with ewing sarcoma, a
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seemed so far away.. her mother traci... "i think they applied for us and it was a year before they went on the trip." didn't realize at first -- how badly the family was going to need a break months down the road. "the trip kind of lets you have some of that joy back that the chemotherapy and the treatment kind of take-away." through make-a-wish wisconsin--iris marett, her sister, mother and father spent 9 nine long days on th hawaii in august. "diamond head in the background and a beautiful rainbow." "it's so beautiful." an adventure to the islands was exactly what the family needed. "and one of the birds kissed you!" at a time when the cancer in iris' back was in remission but growing in her shoulder. "you can have a tumor in one place but then the cells get into the blood and they can land in other places and grow into tumors." so the fight continues..and no one knows for how long, but the memories of the pacific, will
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want to touch the ocean." in hartland. jonathon gregg fox6 news. join fox6 for the "wishes in flight" phone bank to help make wishes like these come true. make-a-wish wisconsin provides about 13-hundred flights each year... meanwhile -- trillions of airline miles go unused... so instead of letting them expire -- you ca be taking air mile donations tonight during our 9 and 10 o'clock newscasts. you can find more information on our website -- fox6 now dot com. in the tech world... new
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google announces several new products at an event in san francisco... rich demuro has the details in todays tech report. google is introducing a new line of products under th' google' name... they include a device you talk to inside your home... a new chromecast with 4k... plus a smartphone that the company says has the best camera ever on a phone. google is synonymous with search ...but thats evolving. nats...event at an event in san francisco, the company showed off a new hardware lineup that tightly integrates google smarts the pixel looks a lot like the iphone... but comes with the
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a trusted camera reviews site. 1 point higher than samsung, 3 over iphone 7. 10;44;07/the lighting in here is really challenging but so far the pixel is handling it really well it comes with unlimited cloud storage for your pictures and videos. 11;17;20/you will never run out of storage on your phone..which is a problem people on other phones run into all the time in my quick hands on, pictures took fast and they looked sharp & balanced. google home is a new smart assistant you for your house. nats... home it answers questions, knows your schedule, play games and controls content on your tv, temperature, and lights... if you have certain smart devices that work with it. 11;18;42/people are ready for the device in the home if it does things for them that are helpful to them in the home say the magic words - ok google - and it comes to life - 129 dollars. 10;49;52/if you are concerned about privacy since this thing is always listening for that ok google command...there is a manual mute button on the back. a new chromecast
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google wifi blankets your home with a better signal. all - made by google... part of a bigger play put their smart assistant one voice command away. 11;18;10/the google assistant really takes google and google search to the next level - it creates a conversation, it knows you much better...and its really your personal google whats interesting about all of this... is watching these tech silos grow deeper and deeper... we now have amazon, samsung, apple... and now google building out entire ecosystems that work best... when used together. to see my picture and learn more about googles new gadgets, go
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