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authorities say two milwaukee men are in custody after planning to leave the u-s to join isis. the message one local muslim and --- so close.... but not close enough. the badgers fall to the buckeyes. our brandon cruz has the latest from madison. good morning and thanks for waking up with us. i'm derica williams. and i'm rachael kaye. after early morning thunderstorms and rain, we're going to stay mostly cloudy through the afternoon. highs
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additional showers overnight and into monday. lows will be warm again, in the 60s. today: morning showers and fog - then mostly cloudy. high: 69 dewpoint: 64 wind: sw/se 5-10 mph a word of warning for drivers who will be using the zoo interchange this morning. the southbound lanes i-41 at
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the shutdown was only expected to last through this morning but because of the storm -- crews had to stop working. they are now again working on getting the lanes reopened later today. news from overnight -- one person is dead after a shooting near 66th and lisbon. it happened last night just before ten o'clock. police discovered the body of the 26- year-old victim after a 21-year-old called for help near 67th and center... he had also been shot. officials found the 26-year-old suffering from a g in an alley nearby -- he died on scene. the circumstances surrounding the incident are still under investigation. also overnight -- a 22-year-old female victim is in very critical condition after being shot. we're told it happened in the area of 31st and lancaster just before 2-30 this morning. police say a female suspect went up to the victim as she was seated in her car and shot her -- it's believed they were arguing inside a nightclub earlier in the night. the suspect took off in a car after the
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ongoing. planning to join isis. federal authorities say two milwaukee men planned to leave the u-s to join isis. but they were stopped and taken into custody in texas. a local muslim leader is condemning the alleged actions of the men. fox 6's ashley sears has his message. a plan thwarted-- two men--stopped by federal authorities-- after an investigation revealed they planned to join isis. 35-year-old jason ludke is accused of trying to ai organization. 30-year-old yosvany padilla-conde is accused of aiding and abetting him. a federal complaint reveals, the two drove from wisconsin to texas-- with plans to cross over the boarder and eventually travel to iraq or syria. 29:31 what weve identified as the biggest reason people are radicalized is lack of education. rizwan ahmad is the spokesman for the
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he says the alleged beliefs of the two men--are not true to islam. 24:49 nowhere in the teachings of islam is terrorism, extremism, anything like condones or even allowed for that matter. at his place of worship-- saturday is a time to study and learn. it is something he says everyone can benefit from. he's helping spread a message of "true islam" a campaign that started nearly a year ago. of what islam actually is a problem for both sides. he says it is disheartening to see his relgion used as an excuse for hate-- not only from extremists--but those who condemn islam. 27:47 we want to educate everybody so theyre mindful of what true religion is. the investigation into the two men began after authorities say ludke made contact with an undercover agent in september. ludke is well-known to the wisconsin legal system--he's been convicted of sexual assault and threatening a judge.
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fox 6 news. a 24-year-old man from kenosha is dead after a shooting in milwaukee. police say the man was shot near 38th and wright, just before six yesterday evening. despite efforts to save his life, he died on the scene. police are trying to determine what led up to the shooting. police are investigating a shooting near 24th and chambers in milwaukee. according to police -- a 27-year-old woman says she heard gun shots and say she is not cooperating with authorities, and they're trying to figure out what led up to the shooting. we're told her injuries are not critical. and milwaukee police say a fight between two brothers leads to one of them shooting the other. officers responded to the area of 40th and kaul on the city's north side. police say a 54-year-old was in an altercation with his 65-year-old brother, when the older brother opened fire. the victim was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
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bond has been set against the man charged with killing his boss at the jazz cafe in milwaukee. that boss-- donald lewis-- was laid to rest yesterday. jason small faces several felonies -- including first degree intentional homicide. searching the home where "small" was arrested-- police say they found plastic gloves -- covered in blood-- and a security camera system from the cafe in a garbage can outside. lewis' body was found in a walled- off section of the cafe yesterday morning -- bond was set for small at 250-thousand dollars. he's due back in court on october 24th. you decide coverage now.. wikileaks released an eighth round of emails. they come from hillary clinton's campaign chair, john podesta. the emails contain what appears to be the transcripts of clinton's speeches to goldman sachs. donald trump says these types of documents show she is out of touch with the american people.
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presidency and the media donors special interests who support her will do everything they can to cling to their power, their prestige at your expense. you know it, i know it, they know it." clinton's running mate -- senator tim kaine -- was campaigning for her in florida. he says the recent documents that have been leaked meddle in our presidential process. "russians are engaged in attempts to cyber-attack the election...we gotta win big so we can send a message to anybody else...don't think you can come in here and mess around with our election." donald trump plans to be back in wisconsin tomorrow -- with a campaign event planned for green bay. hillary clinton's campaign does not have any events planned as of right now.
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first, two "remote" voting locations opened in milwaukee...and now these polling places will offer weekend hours. fox6's jonathon gregg takes you to the polls. for the first time this election, weekend polls are open. "if you don't make it available on saturday you basically you just lose out. zakia patterson made herself available so she doesn't lose out. "it's very hard during the week because a lot of people have to work." saturday morning. at milwaukee's downtown zeilder building. "that's out goal, is to get the word out." shirley bordeaux provided the ride. she's a member of citizen action wisconsin, "publicizing the number so people know they have an opportunity to go even if they don't drive." early "in-person" voting started a few weeks ago in milwaukee but until now didn't include saturday and sunday. "this is really a terrific opportunity to make sure that your ballot gets counted in the election." not only has milwaukee expanded
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week the city opened two satellite polling places. "previous presidential election the highest number of early of voters that we've had is 37,000 and we're already a third of the way there." and there's still three weeks until election day. in milwaukee, jonathon gregg fox6 news. it was the game of the night in college football. bucky vs. the buckeyes. unfortunately -- the badgers just couldn't hold off ohio. brandon he was who they thought he was.... of course im talking about the buckeyes'
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gives back. together to give back to their community. a disappointing ruling for the families of those killed at sandy hook. why a judge says the case against a gun manufacturer will not go forward. celebrating native american culture.. julie is live at the hunting moon pow wow. hey julie!
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you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. after early morning thunderstorms and rain, we're going to stay mostly cloudy through the afternoon. highs
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we have a slight chance for additional showers overnight and into monday. lows will be warm again, in the 60s. today: morning showers and fog - then mostly cloudy. high: 69 dewpoint: 64 wind: sw/se 5-10 mph a centuries long native-american tradition returns to milwaukee. julie collins joins us live from the hunting moon pow wow and th hey julie!
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thunderstorms and rain, we're going to stay mostly cloudy through the afternoon. highs today will reach the upper 60s. we have a slight chance for additional showers overnight and into monday. lows will be warm again, in the 60s. a warm front on monday will bring our highs back to the mid 70s, and also showers. quickly following the warm front, we'll see a cold front tuesday, dropping our highs back to the 60s wednesday and the 50s for the end of the week. today: morning showers and fog - then mostly cloudy. high: 69 dewpoint: 64 wind: sw/se 5-10 mph
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dewpoint: 61 wind: e/se 3-8 mph monday: partly sunny with a chance for scattered showers and maybe some thunder .high: 76 dewpoint: 65 wind: sw 5-15 mph tuesday: partly sunny with an isolated shower or storm possible. am low: 62 high: 70 mostly sunny. am low: 50 high: 65 dewpoint: 48 wind: nw 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. am low: 47 high: 58 dewpoint: 40 wind: n 5-10 mph friday: mostly sunny. am low: 40 high: 54 dewpoint: 34
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six. we're wishing addisyn in waukesha a happy sixth birthday! she likes gymnastics, singing and dancing. here's a nice birthday smile from zariyah za-rye-yah in milwaukee!she lik dancing. ke'monie key-money in milwaukee is celebrating today!he likes animals, playing football and he loves ice cream. la'nyla la-nye-la in milwaukee is turning the big six today!she likes soccer, singing and science. la-dream in milwaukee is blowing out six candles today! she likes drawing, singing and playing with her barbie dolls. we're cheering for liliana in glendale! she likes dancing, playing with her
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child a happy sixth birthday on fox six wake up news - just log on to "fox six now dot com" - for all the details 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 seven hundred thousand dollars a year. all told, he took a ten million dollar corporate payout then moved to washington.
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millions for him. not even $7.25 an hour for us. senator ron johnson. for big corporate interests,
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packers are getting plenty of attention, four games into their season.... opposing teams do nothing but rave about aaron rodgers, though, and his ability to make plays outside the pocket..... his linemen know he's likely to be out there at some point against the cowboys tomorrow.... "i've just learned you gotta feel the defender. he's obviously running that way for a reason so something's gotta be happening behind me. i don't have eyes in the back of my head so a lot of it is a feel." the packers add defensive lineman mike pennel to the active roster today, in time for the matchup
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cornerback demetri goodson also joins the active roster... both are now eligible after serving four game suspensions for violating the league's drug policy.... rookie d-lineman brian price is released.... this is the only place to see the packers and cowboys at 3:25 tomorrow afternoon.... stay tuned for postgame coverage, featuring defensive lineman mike daniels, live from lambeau... and don't forget the fox six sports blitz this and every night at 10:35.... it's the bucks and bulls downtown tonight in preseason nba action.... jabari parker has a nice night against his hometown team.... this three pointer puts milwaukee ahead 73 to 60 in the third quarter... but everything flips the rest of the way... nikola mirotic from long range makes it 98-82 chicago.... an extremely ugly fourth quarter in the annual macc fund game for the bucks... final
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for the american hockey league season tonight in san antonio. with a win.... vladislav kamenev pumps in his own rebound late in the third period.... the ads post an uplifting 2-1 win on opening
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releases what appear to be transcripts of hillary clinton's paid speeches to financial heavyweight goldman sachs. how her campaign ir and how donald trump is weighing in. and --- four people are killed when a truck plunges off a highway bridge in san diego. the charges the driver could face... after early morning thunderstorms and rain, we're going to stay mostly cloudy through the afternoon. highs today will reach the upper 60s. we have a slight chance for additional showers overnight and into monday. lows will be warm again, in the 60s. today: morning showers and fog -
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sw/se 5-10 mph person is dead after a shooting near 66th and lisbon. it happened last night just before ten o'clock. police discovered the body of the 26- year-old victim after a 21-year-old called for help near 67th and center... he had also been shot. officials found the 26-year-old
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scene. the circumstances surrounding the incident are still under investigation. also overnight -- a 22-year-old female victim is in very critical condition after being shot. we're told it happened in the area of 31st and lancaster just before 2-30 this morning. police say a female suspect went up to the victim as she was seated in her car and shot her -- it's believed they were arguing inside a nightclub earlier in the night. the suspect took off in a car after the ongoing. it was a close one.. but the badgers just couldn't hold off the buckeyes in the fourth quarter. our brandon cruz
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to be transcripts of hillary clinton's paid speeches to financial heavyweight goldman sachs. as of now -- the clinton campaign hasn't denied or confirmed the authenticity of the transcripts. fox's jennifer griffin has the details.
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clinton's campaign chair, john podesta. according to wikileaks -- this latest batch includes transcripts from 3 paid speeches clinton made to goldman sachs back in 2013. trump says: "hillary speaks in secret to goldman sachs, sharing her private position, then lies to you, the public, with her public position." in one speech about dodd-frank - that's the wall street reform bill passed by the obama administration in crisis... clinton tells goldman sachs executives -- who mostly oppose dodd-frank -- that she supports it for political reasons.... saying quote: there was a lot of complaining about dodd-frank, but there was also a need to do something because for political reasons, if you were an elected member of congress and people in your constituency were losing jobs and shutting businesses and everybody in the press is saying it's all the fault of wall street, you can't sit idly by and do nothing, but what you do
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campaign has responded by saying that the hacking is more evidence of russian interference to help trump. kaine says: "russians are engaged in attempts to cyber-attack the election...we gotta win big so we can send a message to anybody else...don't think you can come in here and mess around with our election." and podesta himself is firing back on twitter ... posting a picture from a recent fundraiser with the caption: "i bet the lobster risotto is better than the food a embassy." that's where the founder of wikileaks -- julian assange -- has been holed up for the last five years. on cam tag and wikileaks is still promising to release thousands of more documents between now and election day. in las vegas, jennifer griffin, fox news. looking across america -- four people are dead and another seven are injured in san diego after a pickup truck plunges off a highway bridge. "um right above the bridge right here the freeway, this tree, all we heard was a skid, a bang, and the vehicle went airborne,
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canopy tent for the wagon wheel, and my girlfriend teresa was seen next to me and she ran everyone came together and one and lifted the vehicle up and over." the truck took a 60-foot fall from the bridge linking the city with coronado island. emergency officials say landed in a packed city park where a biker festival was going on. seven people were injured, including two with serious injuries. one of them is the driver -- who's been placed under arrest for suspected d-u-i. a shooting in michigan leaves one man dead and a woman injured. police say the shooting happened inside a home in grand traverse county friday night. they say the 30-year-old man was shot and killed-- his wife is at a hospital recovering from non-life threatening injuries. officials say the man
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in a las vegas hotel room earlier this month -- but did not say whether his death was a retaliation. no arrest have been made. one suspect is still on the loose after a mass shooting in los angeles. three people were killed and 12 others are injured. injuries range from critical to stable but serious. it happened yesterday morning inside a home -- which investigators say might be a makeshift restaurant. one suspect is in custody -- again, police are still searching for a disappointing ruling for families of those killed at sandy hook. a connecticut judge dismissed the lawsuit the families of elementary school shooting victims filed against a gun manufacturer. superior court judge barbara bellis cited a federal statute, known as the protection of lawful commerce in arms act, for her decision. the law prohibits lawsuits against gun manufacturers and distributors if their firearms are used in a crime.
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teachers at the school back in 20-12. an attorney for the families says they will appeal the ruling. ahead on wakeup --- the drive to stock shelves of a local food pantry. ...the group of students who are heading up the effort-- and how you can help. plus... julie is celebrating a decades-long native american
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you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. after early morning thunderstorms and rain, we're going to stay mostly cloudy through the afternoon. highs today will reach the upper 60s. we have a slight chance for additional showers overnight and into monday. lows will be warm again, in the 60s. today: morning showers and fog - then mostly cloudy.
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it's a day of dancing, singing, drumming -- and it's celebrating native american culture. jullie collins joins us live from the hunting moon pow wow at the uw- milwaukee panther arena.
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after early morning thunderstorms and rain, we're going to stay mostly cloudy through the afternoon. highs
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additional showers overnight and into monday. lows will be warm again, in the 60s. a warm front on monday will bring our highs back to the mid 70s, and also bring us a chac showers. quickly following the warm front, we'll see a cold front tuesday, dropping our highs back to the 60s wednesday and the 50s for the end of
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then mostly cloudy. high: 69 dewpoint: 64 wind: sw/se 5-10 mph tonight: chance showers. low: 61 dewpoint: 61 wind: e/se 3-8 mph monday: partly sunny with a chance for scattered showers 76 dewpoint: 65 wind: sw 5-15 mph tuesday: partly sunny with an isolated shower or storm possible. am low: 62 high: 70 dewpoint: 57 wind: w 5-10 mph wednesday: mostly sunny. am low: 50 high: 65 dewpoint: 48 wind: nw 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. am low: 47 high: 58 dewpoint: 40 wind: n 5-10 mph friday: mostly sunny. am low: 40 high: 54 dewpoint: 34
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"denial" is the new film about a british historian who denies that the holocaust ever happened. our hollywood insider -- gino salomone --sits down with o stars. were not protecting you were protecting our case. our strategy is to keep the focus on irving and irving alone. its not a test of your credibility its a test of his. you dont think im good enough. no i didnt say that. everything you have to say you have said in your book. our task is to
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movie of substance. i see too many superhero movies and where i dont care. when i walk out im talking about this and discussing it. yeah. you must be proud of that. yeah i am, i am. i think its a wonderful, well i think its a good movie thats all i can say. a good movie is a good movie is a good movie. whether its a blockbuster or something like that. if it maintains peoples interest thats what youre looking for as filmmakers. h about you. auschwitz is at the very center of holocaust belief so it is at the very center of holocaust denial. the stakes involved were so high. if his side was taken. it set a whole precedent for that movement. that denial movement. yes it would have done but as it points out in the movie they had him out flanked from such an early point, having the poor guy have to defend himself. he didnt have to he
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a single judge instead of a jury. he was sort of out foxed from the very beginning. and was always kind of looking down the barrel of losing the trial. where is the evidence. where is the proof? not all opinions are created equal. i am not a racist. the dialogue came from exactly what happened in court. it is not fiction. absolutely. you have to or you could get in very serious trouble. so what happens in the court room is literally what happened in the real more spectacular because as a movie it works so well knowing it is reality. it was a very long trail so david has to be sort of complimented for using exactly the right bits. this man hates me. hes coming for me. and when someone comes after you, you take them on. denial is in theaters now. you can catch gino salomone weekdays on fox six news at
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wakeup news. here's a live look outside today it's going to be..... of whitefish bay comes together to feed area residents. i got a first look at the massive undertaking yesterday.. it was kick- started by a group of local teens. nats preparing their task is to tackle hunger.... its totally worth it saturday whitefish bay high school students spent hours delivering 5,000 of these red sendiks bags door to door.
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non-perishable food items that we can bring to the riverwest food pantry next saturday all of the bags will be collected and brought back here to the field house for a massive sorting and delivery operation. this is the second year the bay gives back service organization has held a food drive. being a part of it is very rewarding and just trying to help everybody is really nice last year the contributions were tremendous. it was a very successful food drive we collected 3 tons of food and food pantry and the rivewest community of milwaukee it shows how whitefish bay really lends a hand to milwaukee county and show how much we can do and participate proving that we are all neighbors who look out for one another and need each other's kind gestures to thrive. ...thank you so much you can make any extra donation next saturday at whitefish bay high school . the collection will be from 10-2. adlib weather stay with us -
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you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. now at eight --- federal authorities say two milwaukee
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the message one local muslim leader is now hoping to spread. and --- so close.... but not close enough. the badgers fall to the buckeyes. our brandon cruz has the latest from madison. good morning and thanks for waking up with us. i'm derica williams. and i'm stephanie barichello. after early morning thunderstorms and rain, we're going to stay mostly cloudy through the afternoon. highs today i we have a slight chance for additional showers overnight and into monday. lows will be warm again, in the 60s. today: morning showers and fog - then mostly cloudy. high: 69 dewpoint: 64 wind:
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a word of warning for drivers who will be using the zoo morning. the southbound lanes i-41 at watertown plank road will remain closed until early afternoon. the shutdown was only expected to last through this morning but because of the storm -- crews had to stop working. they are now again working on getting the lanes reopened later today. news from overnight -- one person is dead after a shooting near 66th and lisbon. it happened last night just before ten o'clock. police discovered the
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21-year-old called for help near 67th and center... he had also been shot. officials found the 26-year-old suffering from a gunshot wound in an alley nearby -- he died on scene. the circumstances surrounding the incident are still under investigation. also overnight -- a 22-year-old female victim is in very critical condition after being shot. we're told it happened in the area of 31st and lancaster just before 2-30 this morning. police say a female suspect went up to the victim as she was seated in her car they were arguing inside a nightclub earlier in the night. the suspect took off in a car after the shooting. the investigation is ongoing. planning to join isis. federal authorities say two milwaukee men planned to leave the u-s to join isis. but they were stopped and taken into custody in texas. a local muslim leader is condemning the alleged actions of the men. fox 6's ashley sears has his message.
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after an investigation revealed they planned to join isis. 35-year-old jason ludke is accused of trying to aid a foreign terrorist organization. 30-year-old yosvany padilla-conde is accused of aiding and abetting him. a federal complaint reveals, the two drove from wisconsin to texas-- with plans to cross over the boarder and eventually travel to iraq or syria. the biggest reason people are radicalized is lack of education. rizwan ahmad is the spokesman for the ahmadiyya muslim community in milwaukee. he says the alleged beliefs of the two men--are not true to islam. 24:49 nowhere in the teachings of islam is terrorism, extremism, anything like condones or even allowed for that matter. at his place of worship-- saturday is a time to study and learn. it is something he says
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he's helping spread a message of "true islam" a campaign that started nearly a year ago. 26:39 ignorance and miseducation of what islam actually is a problem for both sides. he says it is disheartening to see his relgion used as an excuse for hate-- not only from extremists--but those who condemn islam. 27:47 we want to educate everybody so theyre mindful of what true religion is. the investigation into the two men began after authorities say ludke made contac ludke is well-known to the wisconsin legal system--he's been convicted of sexual assault and threatening a judge. in the newsroom, ashley sears fox 6 news. a 24-year-old man from kenosha is dead after a shooting in milwaukee. police say the man was shot near 38th and wright, just before six yesterday evening. despite efforts to save his life, he died on the scene. police are trying to determine what led
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man charged with killing his boss at the jazz cafe in milwaukee. that boss-- donald lewis-- was laid to rest yesterday. jason small faces several felonies -- including first degree intentional homicide. searching the home where "small" was arrested-- police say they found plastic gloves -- covered in blood-- and a security camera system from the cafe. lewis' body was found in a walled- off section of the cafe basement. yesterday morning -- bond was set for small at 250-thousand dollars. october 24th. ...more days and longer hours. yesterday marked the first saturday that voters could cast their ballot. this election year voters have more opportunities to take advantage of "early in-person voting." on monday the city opened two remote polling locations, forrest home library on the southside and the midtown center on capitol drive. but voters could vote yesterday... and next weekend, sunday as well. "previous presidential election
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and we're already a third of the way there and we're still three weeks out from the election." if you want to find out more on how and where to vote this election season, just head to fox-six-now-dot- com or the fox- six news app, and click on the links section. there you can find answers to all your election questions. in the race for the h a rally he planned in west allis tomorrow night. a spokesperson says it's due to a scheduling conflict. he'll still be in green bay though -- doors open at 3pm - the event starts at 6. in the latest marquette law school poll of likely wisconsin voters -- hillary clinton leads trump by seven points. it was a close one.. but the badgers just couldn't hold off the buckeyes in the fourth quarter. our brandon cruz
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if anyone can lift our spirits after that badger loss... it's the packers of
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the field today at 3:25. ..and at halftime -- brett favre returns to lambeau. you can catch it all right here on fox 6. stick with us after the game -- for a special edition of fox6 news... and at 10:35 we'll bring you the fox6 sports blitz. ahead on wakeup --- at&t joins us with some spooky apps you'll want to treat yourself to. weather experts predict we will experience much cooler conditions in the 2016 winter season than we did last year. what you can do and julie is live at the
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morning showers and fog - then mostly cloudy. high: 69 dewpoint: 64 wind: sw/se 5-10 mph a centuries long native-american tradition returns to milwaukee. julie collins joins us live from the hunting moon pow wow and the uw-milwaukee
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thunderstorms and rain, we're going to stay mostly cloudy through the afternoon. highs today will reach the upper 60s. we have a slight chance for additional showers overnight and
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in the 60s. a warm front on monday will bring our highs back to the mid 70s, and also bring us a chance for additional showers. quickly following the warm front, we'll see a cold front tuesday, 60s wednesday and the 50s for the end of the week. today: morning showers and fog -
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dewpoint: 64 wind: sw/se 5-10 mph tonight: chance showers. low: 61 dewpoint: 61 wind: e/se 3-8 mph monday: partly sunny with a chance for scattered showers and maybe some thunder .high: 76 tuesday: partly sunny with an isolated shower or storm possible. am low: 62 high: 70 dewpoint: 57 wind: w 5-10 mph wednesday: mostly sunny.
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wind: nw 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. am low: 47 high: 58 dewpoint: 40 wind: n 5-10 mph friday: mostly sunny. am low: 40 high: 54 dewpoint: 34 wind: n 5-15 mph in the smartphone wars, the two biggest players are samsung and apple. samsung has had some problems lately and the hype for the iphones isn't what it used to be. now that consumer reports has wrapped up its exclusive testing, can apple's new iphone 7 beat the top-rated samsung galaxy s7?
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results. electronics testers at consumer reports measure lots of features on every phone they test, including battery life, ease of use and video and photo quality. if a long-lasting battery is important to you, the galaxy s7 beats the iphone 7 with more than 20 hours of talk time. the iphone 7 provides only 8 hours of talk time. youll get 13 hours with the larger iphone 7 plus. and what about the camera, which apple calls the most popular in the the iphone 7 and 7 plus both did well. apple had claimed there would be a performance improvement in low-light photography over the 6s. our testing didnt find much difference.' after all its testing, cr says the camera on the galaxy s7 rated higher because it takes better images and videos. the iphone 7 is the first water- resistant phone from apple, something samsung has offered on the galaxy for several generations.
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consumer reports pressurized water- immersion tank. 'the iphones have gotten a lot of attention for dropping the headphone jack. thats something youll still find on the samsung galaxy s7.' consumer reports says dont worry about losing sound quality with the new lightning-connected headphones or even the headphone adapter included in the box. consumer reports says the galaxy s7 beats the iphone 7 in its ratings. but if youre set on an iphone, cr says its a good option to upgrade to the 7 if you have an iphone 6 or older. i'm jenna sachs - contact 6. after the break.. our pet of the week is here..... we'll meet "zoda" -- the 10
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now at 8-30... a look at this morning's top stories. one person is dead after a shooting near 66th and lisbon. it happened last night just before ten o'clock. police discovered the body of the 26- year-old victim after a 21-year-old called for help near 67th and center... he had also been shot. officials found the 26-year-old suffering from a gunshot wound in an alley nearby -- he died on scene. the circumstances surrounding the incident are still under
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and a 22-year-old female victim is in very critical condition after being shot. we're told it happened in the area of 31st and lancaster just before 2-30 this morning. police say a female suspect went up to the victim as she was seated in her car and shot her -- it's believed they were arguing inside a nightclub earlier in the night. the suspect took off in a car after the shooting. the investigation is ongoing. a 24-year-old man from kenosha is dead after a shooting in was shot near 38th and wright, just before six yesterday evening. despite efforts to save his life, he died on the scene. police are trying to determine what led up to the shooting. after early morning thunderstorms and rain, we're going to stay mostly cloudy through the afternoon. highs today will reach the upper 60s. we have a slight chance for additional showers overnight and into monday. lows will be warm again, in the 60s. today: morning showers and fog - then mostly cloudy.
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badgers just couldn't hold off the buckeyes in the fourth quarter. our brandon cruz was in
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"the weather outside will soon be frightful". weather experts predict we will experience much cooler conditions in the 2016 winter season than we did last year. several agencies are now partnering up to help keep your heating bill affordable. fox6's angelica sanchez has more.
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like it or not winter will soon be here. "i like a mild winter with a little bit of snow" officials at "we energies" say this winter will be anything but mild. 'last year was an anomaly...we saw extremely mild winter temperatures. plunging temperatures typically means higher energy bills. " if we return to normal winter weather our customers will pay more than last year." the milwaukee county department of health and human services in partnerships with umos and community again help residents keep heating costs down by promoting their energy assistance program. it provides qualified applicants with a one time annual payment to make heating and electric bills affordable. "this program is not just for low income households we know everybody needs a little help from time to time" umos program manager ana ortiz says they are also spreading word of the services to senior citizens...recent grads and new homeowners who may not realize they qualify for help. you can apply in person or over
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started. "we really want to reach all those households that don't know they can get this extra help." in an effort to reach even more people in 2016 two new energy assistant offices have opened in the north and far south side of milwaukee. this year their goal is to help 70- thousand households. "we all know there is somebody out there struggling. you don't have to do this alone." no matter what your situation... a lower bill this winter can make all the difference. we want them to contact us sooner rather than later there are now their goal may be to help 70- thousand residents but their data shows there's over 175 thousand qualifying homes. make sure you figure out if you are one of them. a link to their website is available at fox6 now. dot com people take to the streets of downtown milwaukee to make a stand against human trafficking. the walk for freedom, created by a-21, a global anti-human trafficking organization, works
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milwaukee. participants in yesterday's walk dressed in black, with black tape covering their mouths to represent the 27-million victims who have no voice. "only one percent of human traffickers are ever prosecuted and spent any time in jail, so really, we want to be exposing that, holding people accountable for their actions and ultimately reducing the number of people who are brought into slavery." this is the first year this walk has tak 270 walks for freedom were held yesterday in 39 countries around the world. also downtown yesterday -- people raising money for the needs of the autism community. the autism speaks walk is the world's largest such event. participants in the walk had the choice of walking laps in the bradley center, or taking a stroll along the riverwalk. bucks player john henson, along with the bucks dancers-- hoop troop and rim rockers were there to cheer on
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ahead on wakeup. it's the spookiest time of the year! at&t is treating us to the apps that will keep your kids safe for the holiday. there are many different ways sports can help affect change. how one local team is trying to help that change happen for one milwaukee neighborhood. and julie is celebrating the native american culture. she's live at the hunting moon pow wow.
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wakeup news. after early morning thunderstorms and rain, we're going to stay mostly cloudy through the afternoon. highs today will reach the upper 60s. we have a slight chance for additional showers overnight and into monday. lows will be warm again, in the 60s. today: morning showers and fog - then mostly cloudy. high: 69 dewpoint: 64 wind: sw/se 5-10 mph it's a day of dancing, singing, drumming -- and it's celebrating native american culture. jullie collins joins us live from the hunting moon pow wow at the uw- milwaukee panther arena.
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after early morning thunderstorms and rain, we're going to stay mostly cloudy through the afternoon. highs
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additional showers overnight and into monday. lows will be warm again, in the 60s. a warm front on monday will bring our highs back to the mid 70s, and also showers. quickly following the warm front, we'll see a cold front tuesday, dropping our highs back to the 60s wednesday and the 50s for the end of
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and fog - then mostly cloudy. high: 69 dewpoint: 64 wind: sw/se 5-10 mph tonight: chance showers. low: 61 dewpoint: 61 wind: e/se 3-8 mph monday: partly sunn and maybe some thunder .high: 76 dewpoint: 65 wind: sw 5-15 mph tuesday: partly sunny with an isolated shower or storm possible. am low: 62 high: 70 dewpoint: 57 wind: w 5-10 mph wednesday: mostly sunny. am low: 50 high: 65 dewpoint: 48
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mph friday: mostly sunny. am low: 40 high: 54 dewpoint: 34 wind: n 5-15 mph there are many different ways sports can help affect change. for one milwaukee neighborhood, one local team is trying to help that change happen. brandon cruz goes beyond the game in sherman park. here." for these kids living in the sherman park neighborhood, the sights and sounds on this day... ...are much different than what they witnessed over a series of days in august as unrest consumed the area. after a young man, who police say was armed, was shot and killed by a milwaukee police officer, people began protesting and fires burned down businesses in the area. milwaukee native duane wilson, a guard on marquette's
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him emotionally. "my feeling, i was sad especially being from milwaukee, a milwaukee native i've got a lot of family members that live over in this area it was just sad to see that type of stuff going on." because it happened in the city of milwaukee, marquette basketball coach steve wojciechowski felt his players and staff should do something to try and help out the neighborhood. "as a member of the community you feel a lot of different emotions, sadness that these events had to happen, you feel for everyone involved and you just want to help, and you want to try and make it better." so, the golden eagles basketball team went into the sherman park neighborhood to do just that. "for our com milwaukee community our best resource are our kids and our program tries to be a big part of our community we wanted to reach out to the kids here at sherman park and help them get off to great start as the school year begins." bags filled with school supplies like pencils, folders, crayons, scissors and glue were given to the kids by the team. but that wasn't it as they also received marquette swag. "that is very helpful. the backpacks are nice, couldn't ask for more or a
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important for the team and the kids, parents, like marguerite givings, also found this effort by marquette basketball as something very positive. "i think its great community event for the kids something good for them, obviously all these basketball players here playing with them, the boys don't get that every day you know." as the nights of protests and fires won't soon be forgotten, donte daughtry, who works for the boys and girls club in the area, believes a new chapter is beginning. "it definitely affected me pretty like these are the things that we've done throughout even the unrest. so it makes me very happy that we have things like this that settle the community." that chapter is starting with the children, something sherman park resident briana mason sees as a great first step. "that situation was a little scary. but marquette and the boys & girls club coming together for the young kids is amazing for this community right now." with the
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marquette's director of player personnel travis diener knows what can go right if people lend a hand and open their hearts. "it's really unfortunate, not just here in milwaukee, but across the united states the issues that are going on. that's why today is very important for everybody just to give back a little bit and get everyone on the same team." in milwaukee, brandon cruz, fox 6 sports. it's the spookiest time of the joins us with some apps that will keep your kids safe... and some fun ones
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force be with you", when you're stuck in traffic.. ...you may get a fun light display. police officer paul stabavy has a unique way to help keep
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stabavy's 'star wars'-inspired blue and green neon-bright lightsabers not only guide traffic - but he also performs light shows while pedestrians are waiting to cross or cars are stopped. it's all in a day's work that goes by a lot easier for the officer -- with some inspiration...and perspiration...in taking a few light saber twirls. thanks for joining us. the next wakeup is tomorrow morning beginn g) g) 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
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out 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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i'm brett perh in for chris wallace. as both campaigns face new fire storms, we're live in las vegas, counting down to the final debate with both campaigns' vice president vice presidential nominees. the trump campaign plays defense over explosive new allegations about donald trump's treatment of women. >> the disturbing stories just keep coming. >> it's a rigged election because they're taking these unsubstantiated witnesses, putting them on the front pages of newspapers. >> we'll discuss whether trump can recover, live with his running mate, indiana governor mike pence. and newly uncovered clinton e-mails reveal troubling insights about her campaign. >> she should have be locked up. she should.

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