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milwaukee monday morning at an event promoting early voting. 'and this voting booth is going to be open for four weeks.' feingold says, whether to back trump in many ways is a moral decision. 'beyond politics we have a responsibility to do whats right for this nation and its never been more obvious in the history of this country a person like donald trump could not be president, should not be president.' feingold says johnson is unfit to have elected office if unable to 'its completely political and reckless to not be honest and do what the other have said which is, of course they are not going to support them.' johnson sees it another way. 'those are words versus the very callous actions of secretary clinton, actions that harmed real people.' recent national polling shows russ feingold with a slight edge over the incumbent ron johnson, but each candidate a lot can happen in a campaign's final 30 days.
gregg fox6 news. steph thanks jonathon house speaker paul ryan will not defend donald trump or campaign with him between now and the election. instead ryan says he will spend his energy making sure that "hillary clinton does not get a blank check" with a congress controlled by democrats. the speaker made the remarks on a conference call with republican lawmakers. for his part republican national committee chariman reince priebus reiterated his support for trump-- telling members of the rnc that have "a trump campaign. trump was quick to respond to ryan on twitter--- saying ryan should "not waste his time on fighting the republican nominee". hillary clinton is getting some help campaigning in wisconsin. her daughter, chelsea, spoke to supporters at a community center in racine. she says when she thinks about the election she thinks about her kids. "this election feels so personal to me and so important because i know whomever we elect as our next president will help shape
children here, that all our children will grow up in." she also encouraged people to vote early instead of waiting for election day. in final days of the campaign-- stick with fox6. this friday, tune in for the debate between republican senator "ron johnson" and his democratic challenger "russ feingold" starting at 7. then a decide election special." that's all friday night -- here on fox 6. murder suspects on the run. a man shot and killed outside the comments lounge sunday morning is now identified. police say 32 year old timothy olinger junior died . family members say he came to help out a friend at the bar. fox6's myra sanchick with the story. i love my brother more than anything. more than anything i got all brothers. i'm the only
of me 32 year old timothy olinger junior came to help out a friend at the bar according to family members. thats when someone shot him. milwaukee police are looking for these men, whose faces were captured on the bar's video surveillance. olinger's sister did not want her face on camera but did tell us more. he helped everybody. he loved everybody. he was there for everybody. that's why he's in the in april 2015 milwaukee police were here as well. at that time two men were shot and died after a confrontation inside comments lounge. a third man was injured by gunfire.neighbors we talked with previously wanted the bar shut down. that didn't happen, but as the license for comments lounge come up again for renewal in december, they say they will try once again.. he's been the third victim .of
. this bar should have been closed down community members come to a memorial outside the comments lounge to pay tribute to the man killed here early sunday morning. a man who answered the phone inside the bar today tells me they did everything right at closing time... the shooting happened outside. live in milwaukee myra sanchick fox6 news brad thanks myra new information tonight about the man found dead the day after he was reported missing. and owner of young urban jazz cafe. his body was found on the cafe property saturday . our derica williams is live there with more on how he's being remembered. moments from now family, friends and those who knew lewis through his music and caf will gather to remember his life and impact. you can see a memorial has begun to form...
his body was found here. many people searched for him after police say he went missing. he was last seen at the cafe around 11:00 a.m on friday with an employee.. 30-year-old jason dixon-mcneal, also known as jason small. the employee was found safe on saturday afternoon.. but lewis' body was found a few hour later... hidden on the cafe property. a person of interest was taken into custody.. but charges are pending. it's been a difficult time for his loved grips with the sudden loss being felt by many, i just want everybody to pray for my family and just come support us in this terrible incident that happened just try to have a lot of joy for what my father represented lewis has been heavily involved in the community for decades.
he's an army veteran, was a music teacher at several milwaukee high schools and most recently matc. a vigil to remember him,will be held here at the cafe, tonight at 6:30 steph thanks derica an update now on the slenderman stabbing case. attorneys for morgan geyser and anissa weier are asking that each girl that neither defendant could receive a fair trial if their cases are tried together. geyser and weier are accused of stabbing a classmate in order to please the fictional character slenderman. the victim survived. geyser's attorney is also asking the judge to suppress statements geyser made after the stabbing-- because of her mental state at the time. the packers are four games into the nfl season. with a record of 3-and-1, they can't be unhappy... but they aren't exactly hitting on all cylinders either... even after
tim van vooren is here with details. stephanie, it was a rather late night, but a successul night for the packers... their coach likes to break the season up into quarters, and after one quarter, green bay has a better record than both of last season's nfc championshp teams, the panthers and cardinals... once again last night, the offense shows flashes of proficiency, but also long stretches of ineffectiveness.... that's really a description of the first four games of the campaign for that unit... in two of green bay's next three games, the team may need to ha with light 'em up offenses from the cowboys and falcons.... aaron rodgers gets that... "it's been ugly at times but we'll take it. you know, it's tough to win in this league. i think this is an important stretch for us. obviously we've got home games the next two and two games in a short period of time. these are games we're gonna have to win. dallas is coming here, a very good football team coming off a big win against the bengals. and in a short week, chicago and then atlanta who just knocked off denver so this will be an important stretch for our season. we have to find a way to
this game but it is all about winning." the packers are 3 and 1, but there is an extra sense of concern because the vikings are 5 and 0 and leading the nfc north division.... minnesota is the only undefeated team in the nfl and already has one win over green bay this season... if only all of fall could be as nice as today. now. we have a warm up on the way along with a chance for rain. i'll have your fox6 forecast coming up. plus-- early voting is underway in milwaukee. we'll tell you about two new locations that just opened up-- still to come. and next-- another resource for people struggling with heroin addiction. a wisconsin grocery store chain is joining the fight. how they're helping to
today it becomes official. two of the world's biggest brewers are merging. anheuser-busch inbev purchases sab-miller for more than a hundred billion dollars. but don't worry-- brands like miller lite, miller high life, leinenkugel's and blue moon will continue to be brewed in miller valley. -- and now roundys is joining the growing list of pharmacies offering narcan without a prescription. nalaxone -- also known as narcan -- is now being sold at all 70 of roundys wisconsin pharmacies. the drug is meant to be sold to people at risk of an overdose-- or to their family members it is carried in the nasal spray form-- but you must go to the counter and consult with the pharmacist. "we would like to increase access to this life saving antidote for our patient
understand this is a short term solution and that recovery is really the ultimate goal" first responders say narcan can only reverse an overdose within a certain time frame and it should not replace going to the hospital. for the first time-- milwaukee voters have two new places to cast their ballot early. but will people actually make use of them? a look at turnout on day one-- next. here's a live look outside. ad lib wht is in next with your full
in-person absentee voting is picking up its pace in milwaukee. two additional locations where you can early vote.. opened today. fox six's justin williams has more on the expanded access for voters. regardless how you say it, la primera vez! this is the first time. monday is marked by many-a-first, in milwaukee, during the first day anyone has voted in-person, absentee, at either of the city of milwaukees two, new, satellite
for the city of milwaukee. neil albrecht is the executive director of the city of milwaukee election commission. he says voters are taking advantage of their opportunity to be among the first to cast their ballots at the northsides midtown center, and the forest home library, on the southside. weve seen a terrific crowd, already, today. residents of the city of milwaukee, obviously, very grateful for this additional opportunity to come out and early vote. there is excitement, and theres also more opportunity and access with having this remote site, here, on the near southside of milwaukee. jocasta zamarippa says poll workers tell her a absentee voters, have made their way, here, monday morning. milwaukees 8th district representative explains, theres strength in numbers. its more resources for our city. its more respect for our city. its exactly what our city needs. neil albrecht, with the milwaukee election commission, cites a change in state law for prompting
one location for in-person absentee voting. for more information on the process, log onto fox-six-now-dot-com, and search the links page. for now, this is the latest, in milwaukee. im justin williams, fox 6 news. steph thanks justin adlib to weather weather increasing clouds tonight with temperatures falling through the 60s this evening. a few scattered showers are possible overnight with a low in the tuesday with scattered showers and a high around 70. we have a better chance for showers and thunderstorms wednesday as a cold front crosses. highs will drop into the 50s thursday. tonight: increasing clouds. few scattered showers overnight. low: 54 dewpoint: 49 wind: se 5-10 mph tuesday: a mix of sun and clouds, with a few scattered showers. high:
mph wednesday:mostly cloudy with showers & t-storms likely. am low: 57 high: 64 dewpoint: 52 wind: sw/nw 5-15 mph thursday: mostly sunny and cool. patchy morning frost. am low: 38 high: 55 dewpoint: 35 wind: w 5-10 mph friday: mostly sunny. patchy morning frost. am low: 37 high: 59 dewpoint:3 partly sunny with a chance for t-storms at night. windy. am low: 48 high: 67 dewpoint: 48 wind: se 10-20 mph sunday: partly sunny with a chance for morning t-storms. am low: 48 high: 67 dewpoint: 53
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sunday against dallas is uncertain, but coach mike mccarthy says he wouldn't call the injury serious.... it's actually another packers backfield member who defines last night's 23-16 victory over the giants.... fullback aaron ripkowski gets the first and second carries of his career and leaves an impression.... here's brandon cruz..... "when the packers play on sunday night football the spotlight is always on aaron rodgers but there was one play in this game against the giants where the packers and the spotlight turned to aaron ripkowski and the offensive line. they were able to move this pile, this gigantic pile eleven yards and it did more than just get a first down for the packers." "those are big swings in a game and defense and run the ball like that those are positive things so we're definitely happy about that." "i don't think we've ever pushed a pile for that long, especially for a fullback so that's gonna be a clip that will be on the highlight film for next week. it's going to be one of those, you know, rewind a couple times, watch and really enjoy it." "so the packers are hoping to use that energy to build into next week when they take on the dallas cowboys right here at
like they had against the giants. from lambeau field, brandon cruz, fox six sports." next up for the packers is a sunday late afternoon game against the resurgent cowboys... kickoff is a 3:25 here on fox six.... we'll follow with postgame coverage, live from lambeau and we'll stick around for the fox six sports blitz at 10:35.... that's all this sunday on your packers station..... there are four big ten conference teams in the brand new associated press top 25, includin eight after having last saturday off..... this week's opponent, ohio state, is number two... michigan is four.... nebraska is ten.... friday night is the final regular season high school blitz. we have three great match-ups for you to vote on. there's muskego at arrowhead, germantown at milwaukee lutheran and kewaskum at campbellsport. the winning game will be featured friday night at 6, 9 and 10. both american league playoff series are in action right now on a busy
san francisco trying to close out the giants in an n.l. division series.... the giants aren't panicking, though, after winning a one-game do-or-die game in new york earlier this week... "i have noticed that the tone in the overall clubhouse, i don't feel that panic. the sense of urgency like somebody's trying to be somebody that they're not. i do notice that and i think it kinda helps." follow breaking news 24-7 by
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announcer: today on "tmz" -- harvey: ok, speaking of locker room talk, there was an explosion of ps on cnn over the weekend. >> [bleep], you're not offended what donald trump said. harvey: the p word is now in the vernacular. >> it's wide open. harvey: it's wide open. [laughter] >> big news in the kim kardashian robbery case. they actually found a piece of jewelry that these robbers took. when these guys were fleeing on bicycles, they dropped one of the pieces of jewelry. harvey: fine, they're on bicycles.
and have they seen movies? >> but the basket has holes in it. >> you think they put it in the little basket? [laughter] >> anthony anderson is one of the top conductors in "variety" magazine this year. it says he makes $100,000 an episode. >> when people have misinformation and they print people did some fact checking? harvey: what do you do? harvey: you work for "variety." call what? you call up anthony anderson's agent. hey, murray, how much does anderson make? [laughter] >> the who kicked off the time night of old-chella. the concert with all of the old bands.