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tv   FOX 6 Wake- Up News at 5  FOX  October 14, 2016 5:00am-5:30am CDT

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yes you heard right. dennis kistner, a bartender in baltimore wrote children's book to teach kids about how beer is made. the book is called "hophead harry goes to the brewery" kistner wrote the book for his two year old son. if you want a copy of hophead harry-- it's on amazon. so far the kistners have sold around 300 copies. shes my only sister and so its very hard emotional , very heartbreaking. i just want my sister back. now at 5- new details this morning in the investigation into a serious hit and run crash that sent one woman to the hospital. what we know about the suspect now in custody and an update on the victim's recovery. a warning for some greenfield
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a string of robberies. who police say the suspect is targeting. rob joins us now with more on the weather. rob joins us now with more on the weather. rob's weather frost advisory for 2am to 9am today. high pressure moves farther east of us who police say the suspect is targeting. rob joins us now with more on the weather. rob's weather frost advisory for all of se wi from 2am to 9am today. high pressure moves farther east of us today. that high will give us a sunny day and with a southerly wind
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highs reach the low 60s. we continue to warm this weekend with highs in the low 70s. rain and thunderstorms return saturday and sunday. temperatures remain in the 70s monday and tuesday with a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms then we cool to the 60s wednesday. today: morning frost. sunny. high: 64 dewpoint: 44 wind: s 5-15 mph tonight: a few clouds. low: 54 dewpoint: 46 wind: ssw 3-9 mph anchor adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays milwaukee police make an arrest...in connection with a hit and run on the city's south side. the victim survived but is in the i-c-u... fox6's spoke with her sister after she learned of the arrest her reaction to the news. police tell us a 33 year old man is in custody. and the victim's family was told by a detective ...he turned himself in for the crime. jennifer rivas says when she found this out...she was overwhelmed with joy. surveillance cameras at cesar chavez and greenfield show rivas' sister ...27 year old amy mayek "may-ehk" crossing the
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strikes her head on. the driver fled the scene. police were able to locate the car...but not the driver...until wednesday. mayek suffered brain trauma and several broken bones. rivas says the road to recovery for mayek will be a long one... she had woken up from a medically induced coma...but suffered a set back this week. mayek is back in the intensive care unit with pneumonia...and using a ventilator to breathe. "now that the breathing tubes are back she is being mildly sedated and not doing very well at this the pneumonia clears we can start moving forward. every day is a new challenge. its more information, sometimes its
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heart has not been beating properly...and doctors are keeping a close eye on it. the family has a go fund me page set up to help cover the cost of mayek's medical expenses. we have the link with this story at fox6 now dot com developing overnight... a fight at walmart leads to a high-speed chase in brown deer. angelica joins us in studio with more on what police say lead up to t brown police were called to the walmart on brown deer road just before ten last night. that's where they found a 27-year-old woman had been beat up by two other women. officers say the two suspects were also with a man. police say one of the suspects told the victim that she and her husband had walked too close to one of the women's brother. the victim was hit several times in the store. the group then ran off in a blue, 2004 doge intrepid that's reported as stolen from
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had to stop due to dangerous speeds. the suspects are described as a heavyset woman, a slim woman and a slim man -- all african american. police say all three appeared to be in their late teens. police continue to investigate. charges are filed in the death of the owner of a popular jazz club. 30-year-old jason small of milwaukee is charged with killing 65-year-old donald lewis. lewis' body was found at the young urban jazz cafe on fond du lac avenue last saturday. police say small shot lewis and small was an employee there.. preying on the elderly.... greenfield police are looking for a man connected to at least three robberies. and officers say -- he doesn't mind using a gun. he's targeting people who live in senior living facilities. police say he stole victims purses and wallets. in two instances he threatened the victims with guns. and he was caught on camera using a stolen credit card. police are hoping
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a long life, they deserve to enjoy life at this point and were dedicated to bringing this subject to justice. these incidents happened at the beginning of the month. police say they don't want people to be scared, but just aware. if you recognize the man in the photo, call greenfield police. donald trump-- threatening a lawsuit following several se assault allegations... and hillary clinton's campaign facing some email trouble. the latest from the campaign trail coming up. the zika virus seems to be spreading in the miami area. how many new cases officials
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she saw the boots and fell for fall all over again. was she expecting to find the perfect designer boots at such an amazing price? no.
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but you know you're gonna love it. illinois' calling. 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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i'm russ feingold and i approve this message. you know, seven hundred thousand dollars in the scheme of things... is a pretty reasonable compensation level. ron johnson paid himself ook a ten million dollar corporate payout then moved to washington. where he fights against even the existence of any federal minimum wage. millions for him. not even $7.25 an hour for us. senator ron johnson. for big corporate interests,
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frost advisory for all of se wi from 2am to 9am today. high pressure moves farther east of us today. that high will give us a sunny day and with a southerly wind developing we warm up a bit. highs reach the low 60s. we continue to warm this weekend with highs in the low 70s. rain and thunderstorms return saturday temperatures remain in the 70s monday and tuesday with a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms then we cool to the 60s wednesday. today: morning frost. sunny. high: 64 dewpoint: 44 wind: s 5-15 mph tonight: a few clouds. low: 54 dewpoint: 46 wind: ssw 3-9 mph house speaker paul ryan earns a standing ovation after ignoring donald trump. the presidential candidate attacked ryan on twitter this week criticizing his lack of support. paul ryan spoke yesterday at the waukesha county business alliance luncheon and did not specifically address trump's tweets. monday, speaker ryan held a conference call with republican lawmakers and said he would not campaign for trump after that hot-mic video from 2005 surfaced late
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heard making sexually aggressive comments about women. trump then took to twitter calling ryan a quote "ineffective leader" and said members on the call "went wild at his disloyalty" to the party. forget about the buzz of the day and forget about the twitter storm thats going on in the last 20 minutes i assume, the last five minutes. this is who we are, this is what we believe. speaker rn focus on the republican agenda instead of mudslinging. trump meanwhile-- defending himself following multiple sexual assault allegations. he's threatening to sue the new york times for its report featuring two women claiming trump made unwanted sexual advances. since then more women have come forward with similar stories. trump is denying the allegations. the new york times is responding to the lawsuit threat, saying it welcomes the challenge. meanwhile -- hillary clinton's
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email problems. the email account of campaign chair john podesta was hacked and many of the emails released. in november 20-14, campaign manager robby mook emailed podesta about moving the illinois primary to a later date to make it more favorable for clinton. it's not clear whether any officials requested the change, or how hard they pushed for it. the illinois primaries went on as scheduled with clinton winning the democratic ticket and trump wining the republican contest. before the final debate -- donald trump will be back in our area fo be in west allis at the state fairgrounds at 7 p-m on monday... earlier that day -- he's schedule to appear in green bay for a rally at the "k-i convention center." that's at 4 p-m. you'll need tickets to get into the rally. you can find more details on our website, fox6 now dot com. as of right now -- hillary clinton's campaign does not have any scheduled appearances in wisconsin. tune in for the debate between republican senator "ron johnson" and his democratic challenger "russ feingold" tonight - starting at 7.
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a "you decide election special"-- followed by fox6 news at 9 and ten. the northwest coast -- preparing for what could be a historic storm this weekend. what residents can expect the remnants of a typhoon to bring to the area. hurricane nicole-- now weakening after slamming bermuda last night. what damage crews are finding on
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i'm russ feingold and i approve this message. you know, seven hundred thousand dollars in the scheme vel. ron johnson paid himself seven hundred thousand dollars a year. all told, he took a ten million dollar corporate payout then moved to washington. where he fights against even the existence of any federal minimum wage. millions for him. not even $7.25 an hour for us. senator ron johnson. for big corporate interests,
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from 2am to 9am today. high pressure moves farther east of us today. that high will give us a sunny day and with a southerly wind developing we warm up a bit. highs reach the low 60s. we continue to warm this weekend with highs in the low 70s. rain and thunderstorms return saturday and sunday. temperatures remain in the 70s monday and tuesday with a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms then we cool to the 60s wednesday. today: morning frost. sunny. high: 64 dewpoint: 44 wind: s 5-15 mph tonight: a few clouds. low: 54 dewpoint: 46 wind: ssw 3-9 mph red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map =
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spreading in miami. florida health officials have found the virus in another miami neighborhood. florida governor rick scott says five new locally-transmitted cases have been confirmed in the little river area. the c-d-c is advising pregnant women not to travel to the neighborhood that is about one-square mile in size. a separate zika outbreak is under way in the miami beach area. scott says the newest discovery shows the urgent need for a series of pacific storms-- one fueled by what's left of typhoon songda -- will pound the northwest throughout the weekend. nasa's terra satellite was able to catch this clear image of the typhoon moving through the northwestern pacific ocean. forecasters are predicting the remnants of the typhoon to hit the northwest late tomorrow. if the storm sticks to its path, it could be one of the worst recorded for the area. forecasters say the storm could lead to widespread wind damage,
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38 people in the u-s have now died following hurricane matthew. north carolina-- still battling severe flooding days after the storm dumped more than a foot of rain on the state. the governor says residents in the town of princeville will have to rebuild after a nearby river spilled over-- flooding the streets. this is how widespread this hurricane is impacting the state of north carolina. gov. pat mccrory/r north carolina the water rose very rapidly. it was about a foot this morning and now it's 10 feet and it's above many homes, including mobile homes. meanwhile, in haiti-- international relief efforts for victims is entering a more advanced stage. a second u-s military ship arrived yesterday to help those impacted. the hurricane has posed several challenges because it cut off many communities, so many people say they haven't received any help. u-s officials say helicopters dropped off more than 150 tons of food to hard-to-reach areas
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nearly 500 people in haiti were killed by last week's storm. meanwhile-- hurricane nicole -- slamming bermuda with winds up to 115 miles per hour. the storm knocked out power to more than 26-thousand customers on the island. bermuda is now feeling the impacts of dangerous surfs and rip currents as the hurricane moves away from the resort island. residents are encouraged to stay inside as crews assess the damage. officials say there's significant flooding and severe road damage in some are listed as a category two storm as it's expected to continue to weaken over the next few days. toss to rob frost advisory for all of se wi from 2am to 9am today. high pressure moves farther east of us today. that high will give us a sunny day and with a southerly wind developing we warm up a bit. highs reach the low 60s. we continue to warm this weekend with highs in the low 70s. rain and thunderstorms return saturday and sunday. temperatures remain in the 70s monday and tuesday
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then we cool to the 60s wednesday. today: morning frost. sunny. high: 64 dewpoint: 44 wind: s 5-15 mph tonight: a few clouds. low: 54 dewpoint: 46 wind: ssw
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with highs in the low 60s. right now .
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honda motors is recalling 350- thousand civic in the u-s. the company says the cars' parking brakes may not work properly. the recall affects 2016 civic coupes and sedans. honda says the electric parking brake may not work if it's applied right if the parking brake isn't working, the vehicle is at risk of rolling away. no crashes or injuries have been reported. honda will notify owners next month and fix the cars for free. some airlines are taking precautions to prevent disaster in case a passenger's device catches fire during flight. at least three airlines are adding fire-suppression equipment in case a cell phone or laptop battery overheats and catches fire. this comes following incidents of overheating samsung galaxy note seven smart phones.
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three billion dollars after deciding to stop production of the faulty phones. a growing problem for one milwaukee neighborhood... what pests are popping up throughout the community. the suspect in a serious hit and run turns himself in... the latest on how the victim is
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it was doggie destiny was mr. bonejangles expecting the perfect toy at an amazing price? of course not. he's a dog. but that's the beauty of a store full of surprises.
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out here anymore. its made me very nervous.'

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