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you are watching fox 6 news at 11. our big story at eleven... hundreds of absentee ballots residents... could be disqualified there's a hearing set for tomorrow to figure this out...but in the meantime, the mayor and election officials are working on a solution. our deandra corinthios has the story. election officials say it's a simple case of human error... we're told more than 600 ballots came in missing a piece of information...the witness' municipality mail in absentee ballots require a witness' signature and their
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including their municipality. election officials say in a majority of cases the witness lives in the same house as the voter...so it is not difficult to discern the municipality... but the milwaukee election commission was told they'll have to contact the voters and get their permission to use the municipality on the envelope...or return the ballots so the voter can complete the information themselves meanwhile more than 6100 people have been able to vote early. far more than in years past as a fer restrictions earlier this year... this allows milwaukee to offer in person absentee voting at three locations...one downtown ...one on the south side and on on the north side...instead of just downtown. for more information about locations and hours head to our website
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new at 11... we're learning more about donald trump's visit to wisconsin on monday. nominee will be in west allis at the state fairgrounds. the event starts at 7 p-m. earlier, trump will be in green bay for a rally at the "k-i convention center." that event starts at four in the afternoon. tickets are needed to get into the rally. we'll have more details on our website...fox6-now-dot-com. you decide coverage now... the marquette university law school poll shows that a tape of donald trump bragging about groping a woman -- has done some
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keith explains. in polling terms, it was a 'substantial shift.'translation: wow! donald trump went from ahead by one among people polled on thursday... to down six on friday. and down 19 on saturday and sunday. it certainly indicates a shift of something close to 20 points over the weekend the question is, can trump win them back? the polling nights debate, and before trump started attacking house speaker paul ryan on twitter. trump is scheduled to be in wisconsin on monday, time and location to be announced. what we dont know is whats happened monday and tuesday and wednesday. so, i think really its speculation about whether this continues or not. but we have very strong evidence that there was a substantial shift over the weekend in the response to the videotapes of donald trump as
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impact down-ballot on republican u-s senator ron johnson. johnsons race with democrat russ feingold is now within the margin of error, with feingold holding a two-point lead. both of them are getting a little bit better known, but johnson seems to have improved his favorability a little bit more in the last three weeks while 89% of republicans say they will vote for johnson only 77% say the same for trump. compare that to nine out of ten democrats who say they'll vote for both clinton and feingold. from the marque keith fox 6 news. tune in for the debate between republican senator "ron johnson" and his democratic challenger "russ feingold" tomorrow - starting at 7. then at eight, stick with us for a "you decide election special"-- followed by fox6 news at 9 and ten. ...shock and grief after a state senator from fond du lac takes his own life. the fond du lac county sheriff's office says rick
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gunshot wound to the chest early yesterday.gudex--- has served as a state senator since 20-12. he was not seeking re-election. mental health professionals say suicides are more common than you may realize in wisconsin with more than 700 each year in the state. experts say this death is a reminder we are all capable of suffering from severe depression. a lot of people have preconceived notions that those who die by suicide are weak or they are selfish. and they just need t suffering, rick goo-dicks gudex was just 48-years old.if you are looking for resources, just visit fox 6 now dot com and click on the links section. adlib to weather
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ahead with high temperatures in the low to middle 50s. cold again tonight with frost likely, temperatures will fall into the low 30s inland, upper 30s lakeside. more sun on friday and a bit warmer with highs in the low 60s. 70s return for the weekend along with showers and t-storms, mainly saturday night into sunday morning. another chance for scattered t-storms expected monday. today: sunny and cool. high: 54 dewpoint: 34 wind: w 4-8 mph tonight: clear and cold. frost likely. low: 38 dewpoint: 31 wind: sw 2-4 mph friday: morning frost inland. mostly sunny. high: 62 dewpoint:
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county medical examiner is responding to a call near 24th and vienna. officials say anad dead. it happened about nine this morning. no other details are being released at this time. stick with fox6...on-air and online...for any updates. a man is recovering in the hospital after a shooting on milwaukee's northwest side. police were called to appleton and glendale, just before 12-30 this morning. officers say the 27-year-old victim with arguing with the suspect. that's when the suspect pulled out a gun and shot him. the man is expected to survive.
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...new information on a series of break-ins, captured on camera in a brewers hill parking lot. at least three break-ins happened since the beginning of the month. the first happened just after midnight october 2nd. a car full of people pulled in to the lot at 4th and lloyd, and they broke into a car. they weren't deterred by the vehicle's alarm. the second happened later that night-- when a car pulled into the lot --and the people inside ended up breaking the back place monday. several people are seen running through the lot, eventually breaking into ricco lopez's car. they scattered through my glove compartment and the middle of the box in the car and just threw everything. police say they are aware of the latest break-in. the property manager tells us the gate to the parking lot will soon be locked. the death of a milwaukee woman whose body was found in a laundry
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police say 58-year-old kaye powell was found inside her home near 8th and clarke last thursday. at first police thought it might be suspicious. the medical examiner's office is still waiting on toxicology reports to determine exactly how she died. a wisconsin dells woman is being charged with identity theft. police say she was falsely representing herself as a registered nurse. 40-year-old jennifer l. browne led police in a web of lies trying to defend criminal complaint states that browne used a milwaukee woman's nurse credentials to get the job at reedsburg area medical center. browne was still going through training when other hospital employees brought up concerns about her work. reedsburg police launched an investigation that took nearly two months-- simply because of her extensive lies. police have lost contact with browne, but hope she will arrive for her court appearance later this
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shot. ...what led up to the shooting-- and the latest on their condition. plus-- the c-e-o of wells fargo is stepping down...after a sales tactic scandal. ...what else the company agreed to
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workers: he campaigned as a job creator but senator johnson helps companies ship jobs overseas. good manufacturing jobs just disappeared. ceos and giant corporations get richer guys with families... guys like me? just gets harder and harder to get ahead. we need an economy that works for people like me. for people like me. people like me. russ: i'm russ feingold and i approve this message because wisconsin's middle class
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boston police officers are shot. they're both in critical condition -- and the suspect is now dead. police were called to a domestic dispute in east boston -- and a report of someone with a gun. officials say when the officers made it on scene, they came under fire. police also opened fire, hitting and killing the suspect. william evans/boston police commissioner "we heard officers screaming on the radio a 303, which signifies shots fired and an officer down." exchange of gunfire. two of the officers dragged their fellow officers out of the line of fire." authorities say one of the officers was hit once or twice, while the other officer was hit several times. doctors say they are in "extremely critical" condition. ahmad khan ra-hami is scheduled to be arraigned on charges he tried to kill police officers in new
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police last month after allegedly setting off bombs in new york city and seaside park, new jersey. no one was hurt in the seaside park blast. but 29 people were injured in the chelsea neighborhood explosion. in the wake of a sales -tactic- scandal -- the c-e-o of wells fargo -- is stepping down. john stumpf's resignation is effective immediately. he will also relinquish his title as chairman. the chief operating officer will the bank has been under fire for having employees open more than 2- million bogus accounts in order to meet sales goals. the company agreed to pay nearly 200- million dollars in fines. from high blood pressure to legionnaire's disease... keri webber's whole family has been impacted by the lead- pipes in their flint, michigan home. now-- she's filing a legal complaint against governor rick snyder. the complaint alleges snyder
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state funds to cover his legal fees after the flint water crisis. she's asking for a judge to investigate. but snyder's spokeswoman says the spending is "legally sound" because he paid for legal advice related to his work in office. around the world now... german officials say the syrian refugee... who was arrested in germany for possible links to isis...has killed himself while in custody. authorities say 22-year-old yaber-al- bocker killed hi bakr was granted asylum last year... and was under surveillance...when he was seen leaving an apartment...which contained explosives and a home-made bomb vest. it's believed that he was planning to attack a berlin airport this week. al bakr's death is now under investigation. toss to weather. a crisp, clear fall afternoon ahead with high temperatures in the
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temperatures will fall into the low 30s inland, upper 30s lakeside. more sun on friday and a bit warmer with highs in the low 60s. 70s return for the weekend along with showers and t-storms, mainly saturday night into sunday morning. another chance for scattered t-storms expected monday. today: sunny and cool. high: 54 dewpoint: 34 wind: w 4-8 mph tonight: clear and cold. frost likely. low: 38 dewpoint: 31 wind: sw 2-4 mph friday: sunny. high: 62 dewpoint: 40 wind: s 5-15 mph saturday: increasing clouds with the chance for t-storms at night. am low: 52 high: 70 dewpoint: 56 wind: se 5-15 mph sunday: mostly cloudy with the chance for t-storms, mainly in the morning. am low: 61 high: 70 dewpoint: 59 wind: n-ne 5-10 mph monday: partly sunny with the chance for t-storms. am low: 58 high: 70 dewpoint: 60 wind: w 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny. am
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dewpoint: 61 wind: se 5-15 mph a crisp, clear fall afternoon ahead with high temperatures in the low to middle 50s. cold again tonight with frost likely, temperatures will fall into the low 30s inland, upper 30s lakeside. more sun on friday and a bit warmer with highs in the low 60s. 70s return for the weekend along with showers and t-storms, mainly saturday night into sunday morning. another chance for scattered t-storms expected monday. today: sunny and cool. high: 54 mph tonight: clear and cold. frost likely. low: 38 dewpoint: 31 wind: sw 2-4 mph friday: morning frost inland. mostly sunny. high: 62 dewpoint: 40 wind: s 5-15 mph saturday: increasing clouds with the chance for t-storms at night. am low: 52 high: 70 dewpoint: 56 wind: se 5-15 mph sunday: mostly cloudy with the chance for t-storms, mainly in the morning. am low: 61
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partly sunny with the chance for t-storms. am low: 58 high: 70 dewpoint: 60 wind: w 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny. am low: 57 high: 68 dewpoint: 61 wind: se 5-15
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travel plans...if you're thinking about flying around the holidays. fox's tom vacar reports ... there's a very real spike in fares on christmas and thanksgiving that could leave you feeling blue. thanksgiving and christmas are two of the nation's busiest travel weeks and airlines mean to make bank from it. carol feiner, owner of the airport travel agency at sfo and the fares are pretty high this year. i was a little surprised myself. for example, well thanksgiving is the worst because there are so few travel days that people want to use. new york, for example: $1,000 for a round trip. now, the published fare is $400. what you're gonna find is probably closer to $1,100." hafnerdagostin says: "if i were going to the east coast, maybe $600, $700 would be my limit. i
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all the reasons; whether its price or the crazy chaos that's at the airport.". silva says: "i go to brazil every year, i try to go. and, you know, this year it's become very hard for me. with family, it's almost impossible because there's so much money those companies are charging." immediately after thanksgiving week, fares will drop up until christmas week, then skyrocket because they can. same thing, like hawaii. if you're gonna go over christmas, it can be as much as $2,500 roundtrip." one possibility: non-stop flights are more expensive that connecting flights. if seats are available, you could save if you're willing to make one or more stops on the way. but, act fast. feiner says: "the closer you get to the travel time, more and more expensive."
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get your morning started with fox6 wakeup at 4:30 -- count on us for breaking news, weather and traffic updates until 9am. as the weather cools down --- we've got a future forecaster to help track a warm up. and a night or mystery and magic. carl has a preview of "illu the night" a halloween magic show. that's tomorrow on fox six wakeup! each halloween season, the rock sports complex in franklin turns into a haunted thrill. carl deffenbaugh is checking out their outdoor experience...the hill
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fishing for the heart... the program that's giving kids the chance to try something new...and why it's such a "catch." t
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big stories at 11:30. state lawmaker, rick goo-dicks gudex, takes his own life....reaction from his colleagues...and how others can get help with suicide prevention. plus-- a wisconsin dells woman is being charged with identity theft. ...what she's accused of lying about. quiet, sunny conditions the rest
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our big story at 11-30... mayor tom barrett says more people are taking advantage of in - person absentee voting...or early voting.. than in year's past but there have also been issues with ballots mailed in. our deandra corinthios has the story. simple case of human error... we're told more than 600 ballots came in missing a piece of information...the witness' municipality mail in absentee ballots require a witness' signature and their address, but some witnesses haven't been including their municipality. election officials say in a majority of cases the witness lives in the same house as the voter...so it is not difficult to discern the municipality... but the milwaukee election commission was told they'll have to contact the voters and get their
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envelope...or return the ballots so the voter can complete the information themselves meanwhile more than 6100 people have been able to vote early. far more than in years past as a federal judge struck down voting restrictions earlier this year... this allows milwaukee to offer in person absentee voting at three locations...one downtown ...one on the south side and on on the north side...instead of just downtown.
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website fox6 now dot com new at 11-30... we're learning more about donald trump's visit to wisconsin on monday. the republican presidential nominee will be in west allis at the state fairgrounds. the event starts at 7 p-m. earlier, trump will be in green bay for a rally at the "k-i convention center." that event starts at four in the afternoon. tickets are needed to get into the rally. we'll have more details on our website...fox6-now-dot-com. after all of the recent cot now taking a hit in the polls...this, according to the new marquette law school survey. it was being conducted thursday through sunday --- right when the tape of trump was released. so, it captured the before-and-after. the results show wisconsin voters hated what they heard. among voters polled thursday, donald trump had a one point lead over hillary clinton. by friday, as the lewd comments went public, clinton swung to a
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saturday and sunday. when averaging out the numbers --- hillary clinton leads trump by seven. ...genuine shock and grief across wisconsin for a state lawmaker who took his own life. rick goo-dicks gudex, a state senator from fond du lac, was found dead from a self- inflicted gun shot wound yesterday.ben handelman has reaction from his colleagues-- and a way for others to get help. whether it was when he was the mayor ofa city. or a state senator--- he was one of those guys who went to the legislature for the right reasons. rick gudex is being fondly remembered across the state. the fond du lac county sheriff's office says gudex was found dead from a self inflicted gun shot wound to the chest early wednesday. the news--- shocking colleagues and the communities he served. it's a death however more common than you may realize in wisconsin. it has no boundaries of socio
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prevention and outreach coordinator at mental health america of wisconsin. more than 700 wisconsinites die each year by suicide according to state records. more than five thousand go to the hospital after failed attempts. those at highest risk are between 45 and 54 years old. rick gudex---- was 48. it could be you, it could be me. it could be our family members that are suffering in silence. oneil says the best life saving a there's several out there. don't be afraid to admit you need help. and throw your stereotypes out the window. we need to talk about it because talking about it really gets rid of that stigma. the suicide rate is four times greater than the homicide rate here in wisconsin four out of five people whot ake their own life are men and there is help. we posted some great resources at fox6now.com. in the newsroom, ben
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a crisp, clear fall afternoon ahead with high temperatures in the low to middle 50s. cold again tonight with frost likely, temperatures will fall into the low 30s inland, upper 30s lakeside. more sun on friday and a bit warmer with highs in the low 60s. 70s return for the weekend along with showers and t-storms, mainly saturday nigt scattered t-storms expected monday. today: sunny and cool. high: 54 dewpoint: 34 wind: w 4-8 mph tonight: clear and cold. frost likely. low: 38 dewpoint: 31 wind: sw 2-4 mph friday: morning frost inland. mostly sunny. high: 62 dewpoint:
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hospital, after a shooting on milwaukee's northwest side. police were called to appleton and glendale, just before 12-30 this morning. officers say the 27-year-old victim with arguing with the suspect. that's when the suspect pulled out a gun and shot him. the man is expected to survive, police are
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dozens of car windows sunday and monday night. bay view terrace condos caught four suspects on their surveillance cameras. so far-- no one is in custody. in total 40 cars were hit across the neighborhood. ...new information on a series of break-ins at one parking lot in brewers hill. thieves have been targeting the lot at 4th and lloyd. fox 6's ashley sears spoke with one of the victims. 17:35 everything was just thrown everywhere. ricco lopez--has become all too familiar with. 18:09 they did it so quick. his vehicle -- parked in this lot at 4th and lloyd -- broken into for the third time in less than a year. 11:45 just really upset, just upset, feeling violated. the latest happened monday night around 8:45. and it was all caught on surveillance. a car is seen pulling in to the lot-- several people jump out-- 14:56 they went through the parking lot, they went
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making their way to his chevy aveo-- ransacking the car and stealing a pair of eye glasses. since october these surveillance cameras have captured two other similar break-ins. on october second -- after midnight-- a vehicle pulls into the lot, five people get out and break in to a car not deterred as the alarm sounds. later that night-- a car pulls in and someone smashes the back window of a parked car, the thieves eventually take off. 14:33 they do this either for fun or see what they can get, but the damages they leave behind ar is optimistic this surveillance-- will lead to criminals being caught-- and the break-ins to stop. 15:22 i hope so, i hope so. a wisconsin dells woman is being charged with identity theft. police say she was falsely representing herself as a registered nurse. 40-year-old jennifer l. browne led police in a web of lies, defending her stolen identity. the criminal
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woman's nurse credentials to get the job at reedsburg area medical center. browne was still going through training when other hospital employees brought up concerns about her work. reedsburg police launched an investigation that took nearly two months-- simply because of her extensive lies. police have lost contact with browne, but hope she will arrive for her court appearance later this week. ...slow cooker short ribs. the wisconsin beef council is here with a simple crockpot recipe. ...how one wisconsin organization is helping kids--
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give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime - a well known proverb. you could say that's also the motto for an organization in southeastern wisconsin that is helping children get the chance to enjoy something new. brandon cruz goes beyond the game
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view. i could live out here forever." with the wind blowing strongly off of bark lake in washington county, 14 year old cessalyn turman's feelings are mixed. "i am scared, excited, a little bit nervous." it's understandable, as the lutheran special school 8th grader is spending part of her day out of the classroom at school, but in the outdoor classroom of caleb niedfeldt. "i see curiosity. i see wanting to experience someth a week before this, niedfeldt previewed this day for cessalyn and the two other students here with her, 13 year old nash siemers and 10 year old jaylyn holmes. "i told them were going to go to a small lake. were going to be in my boat. youll be safe. itll be fun. youll try something new." "when mr. niedfeldt gave us this opportunity i was like really down for it, like yeah, sure." cessalyn, like nash and jaylyn,
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niedfeldt casted out the idea of them going fishing with him through his fishing for the heart program. "the idea is to go into the schools and run like a pilot program where we go in, we have the rods and the reels. we do different casting games with them. and then after were all done with that, and teach them some safety things, then we move out and bring them out to the lake." "were going for little blue gills today." " i expect to catch a big fish, probably bigger than a blue gill that we might catch today." fish." "catch some fish... big ones." "maybe well catch a big one. well see." when the tutorial on land is over, it's time to suit up. "now its their
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water." "im very excited that they get to experience things out of the classroom that a lot of the kids would not normally get to do, would be apprehensive to try." even though this is a small, secluded lake, the moment is gigantic for the kids. the experience will last much longer than just the couple of hours on the boat which is creating a wonderful fish tale for nash's mother tricia siemers. "its amazing how they bring out the inner, i dont know, child in some of these kids. from experience i can say that nash was so reserved in his school, like he wouldnt speak. he didnt have friends. he was so, but now that hes gone to a couple of years, he has friends. he talks about them at home. weve just watched him progressively become an adult, you know, at age 13. hes grown up." that's the kind of story that niedfeldt wants all of his students to have. "im hoping that they walk away, you know, excited that they learned something new. and life is full of awesome possibilities outdoors." "i love just to see the excitement, not just getting in the boat, but when
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get to catch a fish. and sometimes you get surprised and you catch a big fish." the big catch wasn't necessarily what cessalyn pulled out of the lake. instead it was just the experience she was able to share with her friends. "its like a family to me you know. my family, were always together. were always doing things together. so it feels like im with my family." in washington county, brandon cruz, fox 6 sports. toss to weather. a crisp, clear fall afternoon ahead with high temperatures in the low to middle 50s. cold again tonight with frost likely, temperatures will fall into the low 30s inland, upper 30s lakeside. more sun on friday and a bit warmer with highs in the low 60s.
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with showers and t-storms, mainly saturday night into sunday morning. another chance for scattered t-storms expected monday. today: sunny and cool. high: 54 dewpoint: 34 wind: w 4-8 mph tonight: clear and cold. frost likely. wind: sw 2-4 mph friday: morning frost inland. mostly sunny. high: 62 dewpoint: 40 wind: s 5-15 mph saturday: increasing clouds with the chance for t-storms at night. am low: 52 high: 70 dewpoint: 56 wind: se 5-15 mph sunday: mostly cloudy with the
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the morning. am low: 61 high: 70 dewpoint: 59 wind: n-ne 5-10 mph monday: partly sunny with the chance for t-storms. am low: 58 high: 70 dewpoint: 60 wind: w 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny. am low: 57 high: 68 dewpoint: 61 wind: se 5-15 a crisp, clear fall afternoon ahead with high temperatures in the low to middle 50s. cold again tonight with frost likely, temperatures will fall into the low 30s inland, upper 30s lakeside. more sun on friday and a bit warmer with highs in the low 60s. 70s return for the weekend along with showers and t-storms, mainly saturday night into sunday
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expected monday. today: sunny and cool. high: 54 dewpoint: 34 wind: w 4-8 mph tonight: clear and cold. frost likely. low: 38 dewpoint: 31 wind: sw 2-4 mph friday: morning frost inland. mostly sunny. high: 62 dewpoint: 40 wind: s 5-15 mph saturday: increasing clouds with the chance for t-storms at night. am low: 52 high: 70 dewpoint: 56 wind: se 5-15 mph sunday: mostly cloudy with the chance for t-storms, mainly in the morning. am low: 61 high: 70 dewpoint: 59 wind: n-ne 5-10 mph monday: partly sunny with the chance for t-storms. am low: 58 high: 70 dewpoint: 60 wind: w 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny. am low: 57 high: 68 dewpoint: 61 wind: se 5-15 mph it's "crocktober".... the wisconsin beef council is here with a recipe to
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beef council is here. she's making slow cooker short ribs with a ginger-mango barbecue sauce. you can find this recipe on our
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feingold: i'm russ feingold and i approve this message. this is wisconsin. and this. . and this. full of good people who work hard. why let washington take our jobs and send them off to china and mexico? my opponent backs bad trade deals that export jobs, and billion dollar tax loopholes for big corporations. i'm going to close those loopholes and help small businesses in wisconsin grow and create jobs. for the folks who work hard... for the middle class raising a family...
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>> judge judy: this lady was looking for a home. she wasn't looking to scam anybody. >> announcer: a rental was a work-in-progress... >> before i handed him the deposit, i asked him, "when will the house be ready?" he said it would be a couple of weeks. >> announcer: ...but things didn't progress... >> judge judy: how long did you stay there, by the way? >> i did not stay there, 'cause it was unlivable to stay there. >> announcer: ...and more than a lease was broken. >> judge judy: how did the door >> we did not change the locks. >> announcer: "judge judy." you are about to enter the courtroom of judge judith sheindlin. the people are real. the cases are real. the people are real. the cases are real. the rulings are final. captions paid for by cbs television distribution noemi camacho is suing her former landlords, pamela hall and clinton golden, for the return of rent and her deposit.
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