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out of southeastern wisconsin... where there's a major law enforcement roundup of violent gang members. our myra sanchick has the details. here in racine it's one location out of as many as fifty locations being raided this morning by the fbi, with help from the dea and several law kenosha, waukesha as well as northern illinois. they're here making arrests of violent gang members. members that are actibve in dealing drugs like meth, marijuana and cocaine. this is one of several search warrant sites that we had just finished executing.as a result the search will start shortly, in order to try and recover anything we can that are fruits of the crime that we are
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possibly expected to go through federal court this afternoon.the fbi is planning on having a news conference with more information. we are on the scene in racine as these busts are going down and we will have more later. reporting in racine myra sanchick fox6 news new at 11... we're learning more details about donald trump's visit to wisconsin. the republican presidential nominee will be at wisconsin fall fest in lw afternoon at 1-30. trump will join wisconsin republicans...including house speaker paul ryan, governor scott walker, and senator ron johnson, you'll need a ticket to get into the event -- go to fox 6 now- dot- com and click "links" for more information. also new at 11... west milwaukee police say a bomb threat was called into the walmart just off of greenfield avenue. officials say the store has been evacuated. police are waiting for bomb-sniffing dogs to check the inside of store. this is a developing
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updates as they become available. florida is preparing for hurricane matthew to make landfall. the storm is expected to strengthen to category four status as it approaches the state. fox's bryan llenas has more. rough surf and high winds are already hitting the florida coast. mos says: "..i'm not trying to be negative but i would be amazed if any of this is left tomorrow, this water some 2 million people in the southeast being urged to head away from the shore, with a storm surge of 5 to 8 feet expected from central florida to georgia more than 3-thousand already checking into shelters here in the sunshine state ahead of matthew's arrival... and florida's national guard is preparing for rescue and assistance missions. scott says: "..if you're watching and you live in an evacuation area, get out and don't take a chance. time is running out." matthew is the most powerful storm to threaten the atlantic coast since wilma in two-thousand-five.
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southwest florida with 1-hundred-20 mile-per-hour winds. it killed five people in the state. jacobs says: "..we can restore houses, jobs, but we can't restore family members or people and rebuild those - so our lives are the number one priority." matthew already proving to be a deadly force as it tore through haiti, cuba, and the bahamas. the full scope of damage slowly becoming evident in haiti... where hundreds of thousands are said to need some kind o humanitarian crisis to hit the impoverished country since the massive earthquake six years ago. on cam tag before last month's hurricane hermine, florida had gone eleven years without a hurricane. authorities want to make sure that people are taking this seriously as a potentially catastrophic storm approaches the state. in sebastian, bryan llenas, fox
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it's a warmer and more humid day than we're used to lately, with highs in the low 70s and dewpoints in the mid 60s. but - we've also got a lot of cloud cover and scattered rain chances through the afternoon. late tonight, those showers will turn to storms, some of which may be strong. today: mostly cloudy with scattered showers and rain. high: 72 dewpoint: 63 wind: se 5-10 mph tonight: rain and thunderstorm chances tonight through tomorrow morning.
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announcement is expected today related to lead pipes in the city of milwaukee mayor tom barrett has been working on a plan to replace thousands of lead water pipes. our deandra corinthios has the latest. the announcement on lead laterals is expected at noon today. the details have not been released but recently --mayor tom million dollars on lead issues in the city...starting by replacing pipes at 385 licensed day care facilities over the next two years. mayor tom barrett wants to fully remove lead service lines in milwaukee...but that could take years...and a lot of money. in his 2017 budget proposal --just released last week --he wants to spend 11 million dollars to combat lead issues in milwaukee. homes built in milwaukee before 1950 contain lead. and in
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city has found increases in lead coming from the laterals. the city of milwaukee owns the lateral from the water main to the property line. the property owner is responsible for the section between the property lines and the residence. a mailing went out in february to 70 thousand households with lead service lines. those households were instructed to install faucet filters capable of removing lead from drinking water. barrett's budget is just a proposal for now...there could be tweaks after the hearings. milwaukee police are investigating a crash near hawley and park hill avenue. morning. we're told two vehicles rolled over and the drivers of those cars took off. a third car was involved but its unclear if the car was damaged or if the driver was just a witness. officials believe speed could have been a factor. the investigation is ongoing. in kenosha....eight people escape a house fire. it happened on 19th avenue around three this morning. fire officials say it was a small kitchen fire -- it sparked because of cooking
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cross is assisting the family. investigations are underway after a body is found behind the "sunshine supermarket" in racine. officials are not identifying the victim or how he or she died. but we're told they are questioning a person of interest. anyone with information should call police. a search for new officers. the dallas police department is looking for new recruits and they've come all the way to milwaukee to find them. fox 6's a tragedy in dallas-- put its police department in the spotlight-- after five officers were shot and killed while in the streets of the city. i'm proud to be associated with the men and women of the dallas police department and this tragic incident will not discourage us. at the time--their chief--called for more officers-- now three months later-- the search is on
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career field. recruiters have come to milwaukee looking for qualified candidates. 59:50 i would love to get a whole academy class with people from milwaukee. they interviewed potential officers at the hyatt place hotel-- nats and let them know expectations-- 21:47 being able to do law enforcement and go to texas is the main reason i came out here zachary gartmann is hoping to transition from the military to the police force. he's spent 6 years in the airforce--and wants to make a move to civilian 22:49 itd be worth it to actually start my career and set down my roots somewhere. and that's part of what the dallas police force is looking for-- as the search continues to beef up their force. 01:40 were hiring, so if this is what you want to do, were a good place to start. the dallas police department will be recruiting again thursday at uwm at its career fair from 10 to 2. reporting in the newsroom, ashley sears, fox6
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junior campaigning in wisconsin... hear what the two had to say about the upcoming election. the department of homeland security saying there have been 20 attempted hacks on voter registration systems... who investigators say is behind the hacks. plus the f-b-i arrests a man in maryland... what he's charged with doing to government
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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, because we need to export wisconsin products, not wisconsin jobs.
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you decide coverage now... hillary clinton's former rival bernie sanders campaigning on her behalf in wisconsin. the vermont senator made stops in madison and green bay yesterday.. he's trying to get his former supporters to rally around the democratic nominee. according to the latest marquette law school poll-- clinton is getting just 55 percent of former sanders' supporters votes. meanwhile -- clinton's daughter chelsea will be in town again on monday...but details on when or where have no yet. also in town yesterday -- donald trump junior. he spoke at an event in brookfield -- hosted by the "wisconsin women for trump". he talked about how his dad will shake up the status quo if he is elected president. as we told you earlier in this newscast -- donald trump himself will be in wisconsin on saturday. this just a day before clinton and trump go head to head for their second debate sunday night in st. louis. across america now... concerns are growing that
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election. an official with the department of homeland security says 24 states have asked for their help regarding their election systems. the official also says there have been 20 attempted hacks on voter registration systems nationwide. investigators suspect russia is behind the hacks. federal prosecutors say a maryland man was arrested by the f-b-i in august...after authorities say he admitted having taken government secret. harold martin was charged with unauthorized removal and retention of classified materials by a government employee. martin had allegedly been hiding the information in his home and car. f-b-i investigators haven't concluded what martin's motivation was for stealing the documents.
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than we're used to lately, with highs in the low 70s and dewpoints in the mid 60s. but - we've also got a lot of cloud cover and scattered rain chances through the afternoon. late tonight, those showers will turn to storms, some of which may be strong. storm chances will continue into early friday morning. then we may see some lingering showers and morning fog before clearing out. saturday will be sunny but much cooler upper 50s. our next rain chances return monday night into tuesday. today: mostly cloudy with scattered showers and rain. high: 72 dewpoint: 63 wind: se 5-10 mph tonight: rain and thunderstorm chances tonight through tomorrow morning. low: 59 dewpoint: 59 wind: s 5-10 mph friday: lingering showers then decreasing clouds. windy. high:
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mph saturday: mostly sunny and cooler. am low: 40 high: 58 dewpoint: 37 wind: nw 5-10 mph sunday: mostly sunny. am low: 53 high: 63 dewpoint: 45 wind: nw 5-10 mph monday: party sunny with a chance for showers arriving late. am low: 49 high: 68 dewpoint: 47 wind: s 5-10 mph tuesday: chance showers. dewpoint: 50 wind: sw 5-10 mph it's a warmer and more humid day than we're used to lately, with highs in the low 70s and dewpoints in the mid 60s. but - we've also got a lot of cloud cover and scattered rain chances through the afternoon. late tonight, those showers will turn to storms, some of which may be strong. storm chances will continue into early friday morning. then we may see some
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fog before clearing out. saturday will be sunny but much cooler, with highs only in the upper 50s. our next rain chances return monday night into tuesday. today: mostly cloudy with scattered showers and rain. high: 72 dewpoint: 63 wind: se 5-10 mph tonight: rain and thunderstorm chances tonight through tomorrow morning. low: 59 dewpoint: 59 wind: s 5-10 mph friday: lingering showers then decreasing clouds. windy. high: 10-20 mph saturday: mostly sunny and cooler. am low: 40 high: 58 dewpoint: 37 wind: nw 5-10 mph sunday: mostly sunny. am low: 53 high: 63 dewpoint: 45 wind: nw 5-10 mph monday: party sunny with a chance for showers arriving late. am low: 49 high: 68 dewpoint: 47 wind: s 5-10 mph tuesday: chance showers. am low: 54 high: 65 dewpoint: 50 wind: sw 5-10 mph wauwatosa approves development for "harmonee square" and racine is looking to convert the "case" plant into housing...
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milwaukee business journal headquarters-- let's start with -- the wauwatosa project. 1. how much money will the city give to the project? 2. why were council members divided? on racine effort to sell building for 1. how much money will the city give to the project? 2. why were council members divided? on racine effort to sell building
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city putting this building on the market? 2. how soon could the city select a developer?
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it takes plenty of work to put together one of the scariest haunted houses in the country. carl deffenbaugh is getting a behind- the-scenes look at the
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big stories at 1130. the fbi rounding up gang members...as part of a major operation in wisconsin. where the raid happened. we're expecting a big announcement today on lead pipes in milwaukee... the plan mayor tom barrett has
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we're following breaking news out of southeastern wisconsin. where there's a major law enforcement roundup of violent gang members. officials went out in the pre-dawn as many as 50-different locations. the raid was spearheaded by the f-b-i...with assistance from the dea, u.s. marshals and law enforcement in the racine, kenosha and waukesha area as well as some parts of northern illinois. "we're targeting roughly between 40 and 50 targets or target locations throughout that area in order to disrupt a gang and drug trafficking organization that's operating in this area."
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it's considered a major operation -- one of the largest roundups in many years. new at 11-30... west milwaukee police say a bomb threat was called into the walmart just off of greenfield avenue earlier this morning. here's a live look. officials say employees are being let back into the store now. the store was evacuated and bomb-sniffing dogs were used to check the inside of store. police gave the "all-clear" at eleven. again, employees are now back inside the store. stick with fox 6 for any developing story. adlib to weather it's a warmer and more humid day than we're used to lately, with highs in the low 70s and dewpoints in the mid 60s. but - we've also got a lot of cloud cover and
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those showers will turn to storms, some of which may be strong. today: mostly cloudy with scattered showers and rain. high: 72 dewpoint: 63 wind: se 5-10 mph tonight: rain and thunderstorm chances tonight through tomorrow morning. low: 59 dewpoint: 59 wind: s 5-10 mph looking ahead... a big announcement is expected today
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mayor tom barrett has been working on a plan to replace thousands of lead water pipes our deandra corinthios has the latest. the announcement on lead laterals is expected at noon today. the details have not been released but recently --mayor tom barrett announced he wants to spend 11 million dollars on lead issues in the city...starting by replacing pipes at 385 licensed day care facilities over the next two years. mayor tom barrett wants to fully remove lead service lines in years...and a lot of money. in his 2017 budget proposal --just released last week --he wants to spend 11 million dollars to combat lead issues in milwaukee. homes built in milwaukee before 1950 contain lead. and in neighborhoods where those homes exist ...the city has found increases in lead coming from the laterals. the city of milwaukee owns the lateral from the water main to the property line. the property owner is responsible for the section between the property
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70 thousand households with lead service lines. those households were instructed to install faucet filters capable of removing lead from drinking water. barrett's budget is just a proposal for now...there could be tweaks after the hearings. milwaukee police are investigating a crash near hawley and park hill avenue. it happened around 3-45 this morning. we're told two vehicles rolled over and the drivers of those cars took off. a third car was involved but its or if the driver was just a witness. officials believe speed could have been a factor. the investigation is ongoing. investigations are underway after a body is found behind the "sunshine supermarket" in racine. officials are not identifying the victim or how he or she died. but we're told they are questioning a person of interest. anyone with information should call police.
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hit and run on milwaukee's south side. it happened yesterday morning near cesar chavez and greenfield. police say a 27-year-old woman was crossing the street when a car struck her and took off. we're not showing you the collision because it's too graphic. the impact caused the woman to fly in the air. i know shes got some upper body injuries for sure. shes definitely scraped up. and the dude that hit her, he took off. he didnt even stop. the woman is in critical condition this morning. made. reports of creepy clowns have been popping up all over our viewing area... and its no laughing matter. its part of a disturbing nationwide trend to scare kids... and disrupt schools. fox6s bret lemoine has the story. the clown concerns start in menomonee falls - parents received a robo-call from the school district, stating a student at north middle school took a knife to school for protection
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falls police say there have been no reports of any creepy clowns in the community... and its unclear what - if any - disciplinary action was taken against the student. bl 'and in west bend, a student at badger middle school faces charges for her role in an alleged creepy clown incident.' police say she was posting as a clown on-line and sending messages to classmates - even mentioning where they live. police posted on facebook that the 12 year olds actions caused disruption to the school day and learning environment. she has sinceb parents and the disorderly conduct charge was referred to juvenile authorities. finally, in racine - jermaine shepard, uncle: 'its scary -its scaring my two little nephews. they are afraid to go to school.' school officials are blaming a social media hoax for a creepy clown incident that brought police out to jerstad-agerholm middle school wednesday. nat of call police say there was a social media post about a clowns plans to enter the school.... but upon arrival... investigators say no clown was spotted.
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the project one local school is working on...and who's helping the students. and we're going inside "swords and dreams" the local store that's offering up a lot of
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f illinois' calling. th calling the makers. the doers. those who prefer one-of-a-kind, to common fare. calling the endlessly curious, and the boundary pushers. those who would rather make the most of their precious vacation days. this land is illinois. and its calling everyone, everywhere who's up for amazing.
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it's october 6th - that means its time for buddy check sx monthly breast self-exam. the earlier you find cancer, the better your odds at beating it. so call your buddy today, and dont forget to do your own exam. if you dont already have a buddy, get one now. go to fox 6 now dot com for all the information. a wauwatosa school has its whole student body involved in an art project...kindergarten through 5th grade. and they're getting professional guidance from a local artist. fox6s deandra corinthios has
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creating trees out of paper mache... abbey finns art classroom is a busy place. wednesday...the 5th graders are hard at work... but everyone at wauwatosas washington elementary has a hand in this project. "its pretty amazing to watch" the district partnered with local artist marina lee to be its "artist in residence" this fall. its part of a beautification initiative...made possible by the 20 thousand dollars raised by the schools pta in a single fundraiser. the artwork will be on display in the school cafeteria for years to come. "that our kids can come back as adults and see tha pretty cool" "it is a gesture back to our entire school community to our parents and our students that we get to create something all together as a community k-5" lee is based in the milwaukee area but has worked with school districts around the country since 1992... she says beyond the students excellent technical skills... "a lot of their color is very advanced" students are learning problem solving by working in groups. the result... "there is a certain energy that you only get from many students contributing at the same time, one person the energy settles
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uniqueness" in wauwatosa deandra corinthios fox6 news. we're in the final week of our fox 6 coats for kids drive. if you haven't already...now is the time to look through your closet and donate any slightly used winter coats. all sizes - kids and adults - can be locations through sunday october 9th. for more details on drop-off lcoations - head to fox6now.com. toss to weather. it's a warmer and more humid day than we're used to lately, with
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60s. but - we've also got a lot of cloud cover and scattered rain chances through the afternoon. late tonight, those showers will turn to storms, some of which may be strong. early friday morning. then we may see some lingering showers and morning fog before clearing out. saturday will be sunny but much cooler, with highs only in the upper 50s. our next rain chances return monday night into
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scattered showers and rain. high: 72 dewpoint: 63 wind: se 5-10 mph tonight: rain and thunderstorm chances tonight through tomorrow morning. 5-10 mph friday: lingering showers then decreasing clouds. windy. high: 64 dewpoint: 47 wind: sw/nw 10-20 mph saturday: mostly sunny and
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sunday: mostly sunny. am low: 53 high: 63 dewpoint: 45 wind: nw 5-10 mph monday: party sunny with a chance for showers arriving late. am low: 49 high: 68 dewpoint: 47 wind: s 5-10 mph tuesday: chance am low: 54 high: 65 dewpoint: 50 wind: sw 5-10 mph the definition of a junk
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for people like me. people like me. russ: i'm russ feingold and i approve this message because wisconsin's middle class and working families should come first. thats thrived for nearly twenty years due to its completely random inventory. its called swords and dreams and it is the epitome of an american junk store. real milwaukee's brian kramp has the story. "im a very diverse store i started with a couple swords, knives, dream catchers in a ten by ten slot and then it got out of control. what many people may see as a mess tom mcneil sees
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ill buy into it because everybody wipes their behind. here we go. i do need some cleaner heres some heavy duty cleaner. there you go. i just bought that company out last season. you have a little bit of everything i mean this is a pair of shoes called k-air shoes ive never even heard of those shoes. $16.99 right there, but right below it theres a decorative lighthouse in this organized confusion? well, i aint got much up here points to head , but the truth of it is thats where it is, kind of like you said organized chaos, thats the first time ive heard that expression and i like it.over the years ive bought so many things i didnt really know what i was buying so it really worked out for me. thousands of different items
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including dog toys, comfort massagers, chinese take out containers, digital tape measures and even tiger wall art. yah, you never know what youll find down here its crazy. but its whats on this wall that keeps tom in business. the sword of destiny. you wont see that one no more that was like with jet li the movie and stuff. you can see up top in the box still, kill bill sword and the bride sword from the movie and these are the actual good replicas of them. switchblades, automatic knives, butterfly knives, pocket army knives of the store filled with tom's true passion. his reptiles. someones got to do the job i see how many animal lives that have passed through my hands and were talking several hundred every season so that s too many and theres got to be a place like this in existence. they are the reason tom sells random items like wand sets, hats, hot wheel cars, key chains, squeaky toys and yes, even roaches, but does this make tom a hoarder? well definitely id maybe consider myself a hoarder, wait
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up. im a hoarder. yah, i want to be! the truth of it is i just buy things that i think are worth money and if i have space i pack it in. and all of this...could be yours because tom wants out and hopes to soon retire. fifty grand is what i want. for everything in the store? everything in the store. including the reptiles or are you keeping the reptiles? it depends on a the reptiles. if they can take care of the reptiles than for sure whatever reptiles id let them have. i believe we should open a place like this in every state and they all should work in collaboration together because theres are a lot of animals from the united states that could be transferred over to the areas where they truly are from. and maybe they could be released back into the wild. also the non-native ones id like to see them shipped out to because were thinning out the eco-systems. and the truth of the matter is that without these animals we cant
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also a fact that you have a forty-two cent happy easter banner above your head. that is a fact and you could have it for forty two cents or make me
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