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our big story at eleven... milwaukee police are investigating a homicide on the city's east side. thiis milwaukee... since yesterday afternoon. our deandra corinthios has more from the scene. milwaukee police say the victim here is a woman in her 20s. officers got a tip that led to them a residence in the area...and found her dead. milwaukee police responded to the 18 hundred block of arlington place around 10:20 pm monday for the homicide. an mpd sergeant tells
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could not offer further details. police have not released how the woman was killed. they say the circumstances of her death..including the time of death... remain under investigation. our crews witnessed a man in handcuffs at the scene but his connection to the investigation is still unclear. mpd has identified a person of interest. they say they are searching for the
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new at 11... the medical examiner is investigating the death of a man, found in a body of water in milwaukee. officials were called out to the kinnickinnic river this morning-- just north of becher-- after a body was pulled from the water. no other details are being released at this time -- and an autopsy is pending. stick with fox6 news... on-air and online, for any updates. the homicide at arlington and brady... is the fourth in less th in the city of milwaukee. m-p-d says officers found a man's body inside "mike's place" at 35th and silver spring about 1-30 yesterday afternoon. family members say the victim is mike patton, the bar's owner. they say patton was proud to own his own business. but his mother says he recently told her he was thinking about giving up the bar and starting over somewhere else... they was out there barbecuing on the grill back there and he was saying mama, im thinking about going to ohio and i said go, i want you to go, leave
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working to establish a motive and to identify suspects. family members say patton is survived by his fiancee and seven children. and at 24th and auer -- a 46-year-old man was shot and killed during a fight. it happened yesterday afternoon, just after 1:30. police say they are looking for a known male suspect-- but he is not in custody. not even two hours later -- milwaukee police say a 23-year old man was shot and killed by a 22- a wright. the suspected shooter is in police custody. police are still investigating the reason for the shooting. in kenosha -- police also investigating a homicide. a 33-year-old man was shot multiple times near 19th avenue and 62nd street. we're told no one has been taken into custody. if you have any information-- give police a call.
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move in this afternoon as our next rain chances get closer to se wisconsin. highs should still reach the low 50s with calm winds through the day. we may see a few showers this evening, but the heavier rain will arrive overnight. today: mostly cloudy. chance evening showers. high: 53 wind: ne 2-7
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...three young women-- killed in a hit and run crash. they were just visiting milwaukee. now we're learning more about the victims-- and the driver who turned himself in to police yesterday. fox6s bret lemoine shares new information. from four blocks away, demone madison says he heard sundays fatal crash at 2-nd and clybourn. dm 'a big boom. a big crash. like something just exploded.' according to the milwaukee county medical examiners office, three women the uber they were riding in was struck by a lexus. it happened at around 2-45 sunday morning as they were headed to a hotel. police say the lexus blew a red light and smashed into the uber, a ford fusion. investigators say two men in the lexus ran from the scene after impact... the suspected driver, a 23-year old man, turned himself in to police monday afternoon. 30-year old ashley sawatzke, 35-year old lindsey cohen and
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taylor were all in the backseat of the car and died as a result of the wreck. all three worked together at a chicago advertising agency until earlier this year. sawatzkes family is from the menomonee falls area. meanwhile, neighbors in chicago are also extending sympathies: the medical examiners office tells us none of the women were wearing seatbelts. the suspect has not yet been charged. thanks to an alert neighbor-- a baby boy is back with his family. a car theft. fox6 spoke exclusively to the man who found him. on sunday night -- 15-month-old tara- tino carter's mother left the boy in her running car while she went inside a gas station near 60th and good hope. a suspect got into the vehicle, and took off, with the baby in the back. police issued an amber alert. and that's when a milwaukee man realized he'd seen the car in question near 39th and silver spring.
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came through on mines, and i looked. then, they looked at me and was like, didnt you just tell us this story? i was like, lemme call my mom and see if the vehicles still out there. then she looked out here. i said, call the police. dont go to the vehicle, cuz theres a baby in there. the baby was asleep and unharmed when he was found in the car. police are still looking for the suspect who took him. happening now-- racine county authorities are searching for they say thomas clod-felter is an inmate at the sturtevant transitional facility. he walked away from a work release site late sunday night. clod-felter is 5-foot-9, and 186 pounds. if you know anything on his whereabouts - contact law enforcement immediately. the city of milwaukee is suing a landlord... for more than 1- point- 25 million dollars. the complaint says mohammad choudry has engaged in unfair and deceptive real estate
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multiple companies and names - some real, some fake - to hide his identity and shirk legal responsibilities. that's added up to thousands of code violations... and hundreds of thousands of dollars owed to the city. the city of milwaukee also claims choudry's rental properties have become a public nuisance. he's been convicted 82 times in municipal court of property- related ordinance violations. choudry has an "injunction hearing" scheduled for november 3rd. accused of shooting two police officers in oklahoma. ....but that's not all he's accused of doing. plus-- four people are dead after an accident at a theme park.. ...what officials are saying happened with the ride. and... "..world leaders hold talks on fighting isis amid a massive effort to reclaim mosul. i'm conor powell in jerusalem with the details, coming up." "a year like none we've ever seen before. fox6 news is here
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give you the information you need to know before you head to the polls because this isn't just our country's future, this is your future and fox6 news is here to help you decide because you
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coalition against isis takes aim at the terror group in iraq. this, as defense secretary ash carter meets with his international counterparts to discuss the operation to re-capture mosul. fox's conor powell is in jerusalem with more. the american led coalition battling isis is using its air power against the
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command says warplanes carried out five airstrikes in the mosul area on monday, destroying dozens of isis targets. kirby says: "..the united states and the coalition will continue to provide support to iraq as we work together to defeat this common enemy, and to the iraqi people as they work to rebuild the communities once they're liberated." coalition forces assisting iraqi fighters in their long-awaited effort to re-claim the country's second largest city. it's been under isis control for a million people are believed to still live there... and the u-n says there's reports civilians are being killed as local troops gain ground on the militants. colville says: "..we also continue to receive information that reinforces the belief that isil are deliberately using civilians as human shields - forcing them to move to sites where isil fighters are based." defense secretary ash carter co- chairing a meeting of officials from anti- isis coalition countries as the fighting goes on. french
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door. hollande says: "..this re-conquest, which will take time, is not an end in itself because we must anticipate the consequences of mosul's fall." voice of translator on cam tag the fighting is not just limited to mosul. the u-s led coalition conducted an airstrike hundreds of miles south of that isis held city after militants launched an attack on sunday. in jerusalem, conor powell, fox news. four people were killed in an accident at a theme park in australia.. officials say it happened ot dreamworld in queensland. four adults were on the ride when it malfunctioned. all four victims suffered fatal injuries. officials continue to investigate what went wrong with the ride. across america now... a deadly family tragedy unfolded in new jersey late last night. a father took his own life -- after jumping into a river with two children. according to police, the man threatened to harm the young victims, following an argument with his wife. the two children were taken to a
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the search is on for a man -- who shot two police officers and killed two others in oklahoma. according to police, 38-year-old michael vance may be responsible for the shooting of a r-v delivery truck driver at a truck stop overnight. the victim told police a gunman tried to kidnap him and a struggle ensued. that's when the driver was shot. his friend heard the gunfire... "i ran aroun 'what's wrong?' and he said, 'hey dickey! somebody shot me. get me some help'. officials believe vance is involved in a string of other incidences...including shooting two police officers with a high-powered rifle in wellston on sunday. the suspect is also believed to have injured a woman in a carjacking-- and shot another man during an attempted carjacking yesterday. police warn:: vance is armed and dangerous and reportedly has a communicable disease that he may
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pitchman jared fogle is suing the sandwich chain. her lawsuit claims top executives knew of his pedophilia as early as 2004-- and should have notified authorities. katie mclaughlin divorced fogle after he pleaded guilty last year to federal charges of child pornography-- and having sex with minors. she says she is filing the suit to get answers about what subway knew-- and when its executives knew it. because i have questions. questions that someday my children will ask me and that i imagine the families of the fourteen victims are asking. questions to which, i have no other way to get answers." mclaughlin says it was devastating to find out subway knew about his behavior, but still started a campaign that sent him into elementary schools. subway has not commented. ...an update today on the palm springs tour bus crash-- that
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and 31 others injured. police say the bus was going so fast... that when it rear-ended a semi-truck in front of it... the bus went 15 feet into the truck. the bus was on its way back to l-a from a casino. the national transportation safety board is now investigating whether the driver was distracted or impaired. officials say he was in the casino before the crash. he was among those killed. toss to weather. cloud cover will continue to move in this afternoon as our next rain chances get closer to se wisconsin. highs should still reach the low 50s with calm winds through the day. we may see a few showers this evening, but the heavier rain will arrive overnight. we'll wake up wednesday to temperatures in the low 40s, widespread rain, and strong winds. highs for the day won't reach much beyond the mid and upper 40s. thursday should be cloudy but dry, and by friday we'll have a brief warm up back to the low 60s. today: mostly cloudy. chance evening showers. high: 53 wind: ne 2-7 mph tonight: rain likely. low: 43 wind: se 5-10 mph wednesday:
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wind: se 15-25 mph thursday: mostly cloudy. am low: 41 high: 51 wind: nw 5-15 mph friday: partly cloudy with a slight chance for showers. am low: 40 high: 62 wind: s 5-15 mph saturday: partly sunny. am low: 49 high: 58 wind: nw 5-15 mph sunday: partly sunny. am low: 42 high: 56 wind: n 5-10 mph nday: 42 high: 56 wind: n 5-10 mph sunday: partly sunny. am low: 42 high: 56 wind: n 5-10 mph wednesday: cloudy and windy with widespread rain. chilly. high: 47 wind: se 15-25 mph thursday: mostly cloudy. am low: 41 high: 51 wind: nw 5-15 mph friday: partly cloudy with a slight chance for showers. am low: 40 high: 62 wind: s 5-15 mph saturday: partly sunny. am low: 49 high: 58 wind: nw 5-15 mph sunday: partly sunny. am low: 42 high:
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partly sunny. am low: 49 high: 58 wind: nw 5-15 mph sunday: partly sunny. am low: 42 high: 56 wind: n 5-10 mph sunday: partly sunny. am low:
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planning his first project in wisconsin-- and the sale of land near the ikea site is set to be approved. sean ryan joins us live from the milwaukee business journal headquarters. let's start with -- the pending land sale. 1. who will buy the land? 2. what do city officials want to
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built er the portland hotel developer planning a downtown milwaukee location. 1. where would the new hotel be built? 2. what did the developer say about
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carl is getting a behind-the-scenes look at the play "bonny anne bonny". carl is getting a behind-the-scenes look at the
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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. and the countdown to trick-or-treating -- tomorrow a look at the hottest costumes. plus, spooky cocktails for your halloween party. that's tomorrow on fox six wakeup! "theater red" in milwaukee has a new pirate- themed show weekend. our carl deffenbaugh is at wisconsin lutheran college
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...keeping kids safe this halloween. why you might want to think twice before re-purposing a household item for a trick-or-treating pumpkin. and-- it's already time to start christmas shopping for one local family. ...how they're helping others in
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i'm russ feingold and i approve this message. on healthcare, russ feingold will work with both parties to lower premiums and cut health care taxes. i want to do the hard work of improving the system so it works for middle class families. but in washington, senator ron johnson sides with big insurance. voting to make medicare a voucher program, forcing seniors to pay more for prescription drugs, and letting insurance companies deny coverage to cancer patients.
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here's a look at this morning's big stories at 11:30. two people are now in custody... after a woman is killed on milwaukee's east side. the latest on the investigation. plus-- a popular bar owner is found dead inside his own establishment. ...what family members are saying about his death. our big story at 11-30... milwaukee police are investigating a
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milwaukee... since yesterday afternoon. our deandra corinthios has more from the scene. milwaukee police say they have identified a person of interest and are searching for him... the victim is a woman in her 20s. this was around 10:30 monday night. you can see a heavy police presence on squad cars and other emergency vehicles...as milwaukee police taped off the 1800 block. police say they received information which led them to a residence in that area and found the victim dead. police say the circumstances..inclu ding the time of death are still under investigation. our crew witnessed a man in handcuffs at the scene but we do not know if or how he is connected to the investigation. mpd has not released how the
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tell us this is a quote "major investigation". new at 11-30... the medical examiner is investigating the death of a man, found in a body of water in milwaukee. officials were called out to the kinnickinnic rive of becher, after a body was pulled from the water. no other details are being released at this time....and an autopsy is pending. stick with fox6 news, on-air and online, for any updates. milwaukee police say a popular bar owner was found dead inside his own establishment. family members say the victim told them just recently he wanted to give up the bar and start over somewhere else. our a.j. bayatpour has the developing story. as the sun sets beyond the
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monday, the neon 'open' sign comes on above the door at 'mike's place.' below, police open a murder investigation. across the street, wanda patton mourns the loss of her son, mike. he always said he wanted to be an entrepreneur, he wanted to own his own and he saved enough money and thats what he did. milwaukee police say that dream ended a little before 1:30 in the afternoon. someone shot and killed patton, the oldest of three. hes my big brother. im the only girl. he was very bossy, making sure i was always straight. making sure- im the only girl so he was very protecti years, the two siblings remained very close. every day, every day, i talk to my brother every day. he knows i love him and i tell him i love him every day. relatives suspect someone tried to rob patton as he opened the bar. just for a little money? why do you have to kill somebody? they say it's the exact kind of senseless violence that prompted their loved one to plan on
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what you was doing, what you was looking for. just turn yourself in. please surrender. meanwhile, a man was shot and killed during a fight at 24th and auer. it happened yesterday afternoon just after 1:30. police say they know who they're looking for-- but he is not in custody. not even two hours later -- milwaukee police say a 23-year old man was it happened near 11th and wright. the suspected shooter is in police custody. police are still investigating the reason for the shooting. in kenosha -- police also investigating a homicide. a 33-year-old man was shot multiple times near 19th avenue and 62nd street. we're told no one has been taken into custody. if you have any information-- give police a call.
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move in this afternoon as our next rain chances get closer to se wisconsin. highs should still reach the low 50s with calm winds through the day. we may see a few showers this evening, but the heavier rain will arrive overnight. today: mostly cloudy. chance evening showers. high: 53 wind: ne 2-7 mph we're learning new information about the victims of the triple fatal car
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clyborn sunday morning. officials say a lexus ran a red light, slamming into an uber vehicle-- killing three women inside. 30-year old ashley sa-watzke, 35-year old lindsey cohen and 32-year old amy taylor were all in the backseat of the car and died in the wreck. the medical examiners office tells us none of the women were wearing seat belts. police say the suspected hit and run driver -- a 23-year-old man-- has turned himself in. fox6 is not naming the suspect until he's charged.... but we have learned that he has a history of drunk drivi driving with a revoked license. now to a fox6 exclusive... a toddler is back with his mother... after being abducted during an alleged auto theft sunday night. but the happy ending may not have been possible without a critical contribution from a milwaukee man. justin williams spoke exclusively with the neighbor who helped find the boy. i notice him, right here, and he just inched-up, here, and he
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around 6 p-m sunday evening, and he was just about to drive away from the 5600 block of north 39th street, in milwaukee, when he noticed an unfamiliar kia ... followed by an unfamiliar honda s- u-v. the driver door opened, on the kia, and the passenger door opened, on the honda s-u-v, you know, so i dont know what kinda transaction was goin on. sullivan said he waited.. and watched the kia driver. he jumped into the drivers side, and i guess the driver jumped into the passenger seat, and they stormed down 39th st went to a relatives house. nearly two hours later, he, and others, received an amber alert. they looked at me and was like, didnt you just tell us this story? i was like, lemme call my mom and see if the vehicles still out there. then she looked out here. i said, call the police. dont go to the vehicle, cuz theres a baby in there. the baby was 15-month old taratino carter, whose mother, milwaukee police say, left him in her running vehicle, as she went inside a convenience store, at 60th and good hope. this is
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the baby inside. the car got this far, before being abandoned. i dont think thats heroic. i think thats, um, thats human instinct, and i think thats what any, natural human being, responsible human being, shoulda done, if they even notice somethin, like that. i'm told the baby was unharmed, and asleep, when he was discovered in the vehicle. in fact, it must have been a pretty sound sleep, because, im told a neighbor checked the vehicle, and thought the baby was a doll. meanwhile, milwaukee police say they conti suspect. this is the latest, in milwaukee. im justin williams, fox 6 news. a 14-year-old milwaukee boy is killed after crashing a stolen vehicle in fox valley. grand chute police say about 11-30 sunday night-- they spotted a vehicle from a reckless driving case - and began chasing it.. once the pursuit reached speeds of 100 miles an hour, police backed off. that's when the driver lost control and crashed into a light pole at
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stolen his uncle's car in oshkosh. waukesha police arrest an 11-year- old boy for posting threatening messages, posing as a creepy clown. it happened earlier this month at hawthorne elementary. police say someone using the username "creepy clown 1-2-3" threatened to bring weapons to school. the threats were made on an app that sends messages anonymously. police seized a school-issued "eye"- pad as part of its investigation. they a juvenile authorities. the elections are two weeks from today. and more campaign visits are scheduled in wisconsin - this time both candidates are sending their kids. chelsea clinton is coming back to the badger state. she is scheduled to campaign for her mother, hillary clinton in la crosse, stevens point and madison today. meanwhile, eric trump will campaign for his father in waukesha and bayside tomorrow. we're also told donald trump will be back in wisconsin before the election.. no word yet on
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celebrating 20 years.... how staff at the north shore bank on m-l-k drive celebrated 20 years in business...with a look back. and it's not even halloween yet, but some families in waukesha are already thinking about christmas... how they're helping
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seen before. fox6 news is here to help you make the right decision. we'll give you the information you need to know before you head to the polls because this isn't just our country's future, this is your future and fox6 news is here to help you decide because you matter." move into the harambee neighborhood. fox6's jonathon gregg shows you how staff at the north shore bank on m-l-k drive is celebrating 20 years in the neighborhood - by unveiling a time capsule. "another business that was not hear 20 years ago." 20 years may not seem like a very long time. but a lot of good can be done. "there were very few branches in the central part of milwaukee at that point in time."
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change for the better or worse. "that we will at some point have the best martin luther king drive in the nation." the neighborhood surrounding mlk and reservoir has changed for the better. "businesses that are created and financed, the homes that are financed, the savings that occur here. it's all about building for the future." on this day 20 years ago milwaukee's north shore bank opened this branch in the harambee neighborhood. "we put a time capsule in and which i thought was very ingenious." and today they are cracking open a time stone. "i went to the sports like i always do. looks like there is an article on tiger woods and reggie white." bank president jay mckenna found an archive of newspapers, artwork from local school children and posters of surrounding neighborhoods. "please don't open until 2096" and some items we'll have to wait a little while longer to see. "i tom barrett mayor of the city of milwaukee do hereby proclaim,... gratitude for an investment monday october 24, 2016 to be
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continues to pay off. throughout the entire city of milwaukee." in milwaukee jonathon gregg, fox6 news. toss to weather. cloud cover will continue to move in this afternoon as our next rain chances get closer to se wisconsin. highs should still reach the low 50s with calm winds through the day. we may see a few showers this evening, but the heavier rain will arrive overnight. we'll wake up wednesday to widespread rain, and strong winds. highs for the day won't reach much beyond the mid and upper 40s. thursday should be cloudy but dry, and by friday we'll have a brief warm up back to the low 60s. today: mostly cloudy. chance evening showers. high: 53 wind: ne 2-7 mph
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cloudy and windy with widespread rain. chilly. high: 47 wind: se 15-25 mph thursday: mostly cloudy. am low: 41 high: 51 wind: nw 5-15 mph friday: partly clody am low: 40 high: 62 wind: s 5-15 mph saturday: partly sunny. am low: 49 high: 58 wind: s 5-15 mph saturday: partly sunny. am low: 49 high: 58 wind: nw 5-15 mph sunday: partly sunny. am low: 42 high: 56 sunday: partly sunny. am low: sunday: partly sunny. am low: sunday: partly sunny. am low: sunday: partly sunny. am low: sunday: partly sunny. am low:
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rain, and strong winds. highs for the day won't reach much beyond the mid and upper 40s. thursday should be cloudy but dry, and by friday we'll have a brief warm up back to the low 60s. today: mostly cloudy. chance evening showers. high: 53 wind: ne 2-7 mph tonight: rain likely. low: 43 wind: se 5-10 mph wednesday: cloudy and windy with widespread rain. chilly. high: 47 wind: se 15-25 mph thursday: mostly cloudy. am low: 41 high: 51 wind: nw 5-15 mph friday: partly cloudy with a slight chance for showers. am low: 40 high: 62 wind: s 5-15 mph saturday: partly sunny. am low: 49 high: 58 wind: nw 5-15 mph sunday: partly sunny. am low: 42 high: 56 wind: n 5-10 mph low: 43 wind: se 5-10 mph wednesday: cloudy and windy with widespread rain. chilly. 15-25 mph thursday: mostly cloudy. am low: 41 high: 51 wind: nw 5-15 mph friday: partly cloudy with am low: 41 high: 51 wind: nw 5-15 mph friday: partly cloudy with a slight chance for showers. am low: 40 high: 62 wind: s 5-15 mph saturday: partly sunny. am low: 49 high: 58 wind: nw 5-15 mph sunday: partly sunny. am low: 42 high: 56 wind: n 5-10 mph sunday: partly sunny. am low: 42 high: 56 thursday: mostly cloudy. am low: 41 high: 51 wind: nw 5-15 mph friday:
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wind: s 5-15 mph saturday: partly sunny. am low: 49 high: 58 wind: nw 5-15 mph sunday: partly sunny. am low: 42 high: 56 wind: n 5-10 mph am low: 49 high: 58 wind: nw 5-15 mph sunday: partly sunny. am low: 42 high: 56 wind: n 5-10 mph sunday: partly sunny. am low: 42 high: 56 sunday: partly sunny. am low: 42 high: 56 wind: n 5-10 mph halloween...but some families in waukesha county are already on to their christmas shopping. theyre making sure families in need can put gifts under their tree. fox6s deandra corinthios shows you how you can help too. tis the season of giving... "we have two potential children for you to sponsor" at the christmas clearing council of waukesha county... "we really appreciate that" an organization dedicated to bringing christmas cheer...to
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for exactly what theyre looking for" the volunteers connect those who want to help...with those in need...matching families in waukesha county. the christmas clearing council needs sponsors right now...with hundreds of families still not matched. "a lot of times they can say i have got two boys ages 4 and 6 i would like a family with two boys ages 4 and 6" for the last 30 years... '"lets see you wanted two families" kathy mcavoy has been a volunteer and a sponsor for dozens of families. "it is very personal you feel like you are helping someone specifically" "if you become a sponsor you will receive this pc information about your family including the kids ages and names you will have their wish list attached and a tax receipt" sponsors commit to spending 60 dollars per child...and deliver the gifts. "sometimes that delivery may be just to a parking lot because the parents want to be santa
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spreading joy and hope... to families who might not otherwise have any. "she said when i was hopeless you gave me hope" in wauksha deandra corinthios fox6 news. a dangerous d-i-y project... ...how a re-purposed item used as a pumpkin for trick or treating, could send a toxic message to kids. russ feingold: i'm russ feingold and i approve this message. vo: keep them working... that's senator ron johnson's plan for seniors. he supports privatizing social security and wants to raise the retirement age so seniors have to keep working until they're seventy. he also has a plan for medicare... turn it into a voucher program
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or are left without coverage altogether. but wisconsin seniors know that in washington, ron johnson isn't working...
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it looks like a simple d-i-y project....turn one of those bright orange laundry-pac containers into a pumpkin for trick or treating. but - in this contact 6 report - jenna sachs warns that could be sending a
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some youtube videos show easy ways to turn laundry pod containers into trick or treating baskets. looks great. but consumer reports dan diclerico says teaching children to associate laundry pod containers with candy could be dangerous. 'since 2012, thousands of children have been injured or sickened after ingesting or coming into contact with laundry pods.' the pods can look like candy and curious kids can bite into them. detergent can cause anything from minor skin and eye irritations to more serious reactions like wheezing, gagging, drooling as well as severe vomiting and diarrhea. consumer reports called for changes to laundry pad containers and was also part of the industry committee that set new safety standards. for example - moving packaging from clear to opaque containers that now come with a safety latch. 'other planned modifications include making the pods stronger so theyre less likely to burst inside a childs mouth and adding a bitter- tasting substance so that children are less likely to suck on them.'
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enough. so far this year, poison-control centers have logged over 8,800 calls related to laundry-pod exposure. 'we feel thats still too many incidences and so we will continue to keep laundry pods off of recommended list of detergents.' and if you need a container to store halloween loot, try an old pillowcase or a reusable shopping bag. consumer reports advice is to keep laundry-pods out of any home with children under the age of instead, try one of consumer reports top-rated liquid detergents - tide plus ultra stain release or persil pro-clean power liquid 2 in 1.
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announce the world series is just a few thousand signatures away from hitting its goal of 50-thousand. people are calling for uecker to replace joe buck. fans want uecker in part because he played a broadcaster for the indians in the hit movie 'major league.' the petition was posted on change- dot-org -- and currently has about 43-thousand signatures. joe buck responded to the petition...tweeting : "nothing would make in the booth." tonight's game starts in cleveland at 7. remember - fox6 is your home for the fall classic. our own ted perry will be in chicago tonight... talking to fans as they wait for the series to swing back to wrigley field. be sure to watch for his reports starting with fox6 news at 4. thanks for joining us at eleven. our next newscast is at four o'clock... and get breaking news
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