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? when can we expect this rain to end?let's kaye for answers. we've already seen quite a bit of rain this morning, and there's more where that came from. although the heavier rain will lighten up, widespread showers will continue until midnight. temperatures will suffer with the clouds and cold rain. although a few of us may hit 50, most areas will stay in the 40s. we can also expect a very wind day with gusts in the 30s likely. today: wet, windy and chilly! high: 48
man shot and killed by a wauwatosa police officer four months ago... is pushing for answers. jay anderson's family wants the officer to face criminal charges...and will hold a news conference today. our deandra corinthios has more from the wauwatosa police department. jay anderson's family will hold a news conference this afternoon. they say they want justice...and
officer who killed anderson...after learning the same police officer was involved in another shooting related death last year sunday anderson's family released balloons in wauwatosa's madison park... jay anderson was sitting in a parked car in that park on june 23rd when he was shot. police say the officer went to investigate the suspicious vehicle...and saw that anderson had a reaching for the weapon...the officer fired. the case is in the hands of the district attorney's office. the family was shown a 20 second clip of the incident...but they want to see more. the attorney for the anderson family says the officer who killed anderson was also involved in a fatal shooting in july of 2015. a 29-year-old man was killed after wauwatosa police say he confronted them with a sword. the officer was cleared in that case. 11 months later anderson was killed.
a spokesman for the wauwatosa police department tells fox 6 the department has not seen the footage of the shooting and does not have a copy. they say they "will be making all records in this case available to the public...when the da's office makes a final determination..." string of violent shootings...one of them deadly. let's start at 19th and capitol. police say they responded to a shot-spotter call...and found a man who had been shot. he died at the scene. officials are trying to figure out what led up to the shooting. and then at 28th and wisconsin....we're told a 22-year-old man was shot. police say the victim was walking when he heard gunshots...and then realized he'd been shot, and called for help. he was taken to the hospital and is expected to
a 27-year-old man says he was shot while being robbed by two people. police say this happened near 22nd and stark. the victim was taken to hospital and is expected to survive. milwaukee police continue to investigate and seek suspects in each of the shootings. in whitewater, police are investigating a homicide. officers were called to a home for an unknown medical emergency yesterday morning. when they arrived they found the body of 43- year-old kenneth miss-ca- he died...but police are calling this a targeted incident. there is a suspect in custody. an update now on a homicide investigation on milwaukee's east side. we've learned that 23-year-old kayla bauske-- was discovered inside a home near hamilton and arlington.she was found - stuffed inside a plastic tote. a 22-year-old man was arrested in connection with this case. police say the two knew each other.
charged with aggravated battery is expected to make her first appearance in court today. 27-year-old devon kraemer was charged after a shooting on a county bus back in march. investigators say the driver waved down two brown deer police officers because of a confrontation on the bus. they pulled manuel burn-ley junior off the bus and tried to handcuff him. according to the criminal complaint, surveillance video showed burnley on his stomach, face down and officer kraemer firing oe back. the officer later told investigators she could not see burnley's left arm-- and felt threatened. officer kraemer has been placed on paid administrative leave. a troubled nightclub on milwaukees north side is closed... for good. the owner has surrendered its alcohol and entertainment licenses . fox6s bret lemoine has reaction to the news.
restaurant. according to milwaukee common council president ashanti hamilton, owners voluntarily surrendered their alcohol and entertainment licenses on monday. 'licenses to operate an establishment in the city of milwaukee are a privilege, and my goal is to maintain balance and cohesiveness by ensuring that businesses abide by very clear standards of safety, health, and order in the neighborhood,' hamilton told us in a statement. patrons had one last dance here on sunday night... before the doors closed for good. the move came at the urg clubs rocky history. the club was stripped of its license in 2013 because of violence - including a shooting that injured a guard. under new ownership, an age restriction was added - only allowing those 25 and older. last year, the city relaxed the age limit because fewer problems arose. but in may, a fight broke out... and 14 shots were fired in the parking lot. even so, the clubs license was renewed in july with a 45 day suspension and the age restrictions reinstated. just last week, a shooting took
nat 'state of wisconsin vs. lillie jones...' 22-year old lillie jones, a correctional officer, appeared in court monday facing 'first degree reckless injury - use of a dangerous weapon' and 'disorderly conduct' charges. police say she shot a 23-year old woman. bl 'no one from onyx responded to our calls, door knocks.... or tweets. reporting in the newsroom, bl, fox6 news.' traffic tracker alert...out of the zoo interchange. are closed because of a jackknifed semi. officials are working to remove the semi and expect that to take about a half hour. traffic is being directed to get off at greenfield avenue. again, that's all lanes of i-894 northbound closed because of a jackknifed semi. new information now on how federal rate hikes for health insurance, will affect the state. according to a federal report-- the
next year. for certain people in the state of wisconsin-- that rate hike will be 16- percent. in the same report-- it also says there will be fewer insurers participating in the exchange. more than 220-thousand wisconsinites get health insurance on the federal exchange. the obama administration says, after subsidies, 6- percent of wisconsinites will pay less than 100 dollars a month. series with a big win at home...even setting records...and shutting out the cubs. the indians' pitcher corey clue-ber kluber became the first pitcher in world series history to strikeout 8 batters in a game, in the first 3 innings. and overall - 9 strikeouts over 6 scoreless innings. game 1 to the indians... 6 -to- nothing! a massive manhunt is happening in oklahoma...for an alleged killer.
tour bus that crashed in palm springs-- killigng 13 people. ...what investigators are saying was wrong with the bus. plus-- changes in the investigation into the death of eric garner. ...what the justice department is now doing. "a year like none we've ever 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
collect repayment from some members of the california national guard who were improperly awarded enlistment bonuses...have been suspended. this, according to secretary of defense, ash carter. carter said in a statement earlier today that the suspension will continue until he is satisfied the department of defense's process is working effectively. this comes after a series of audits revealed the guard gave out too much money and in some cases to the wrong people -h to meet enlistment targets. a massive manhunt is intensifying in oklahoma for an alleged killer. michael dale vance has been taunting police with online posts. this, after police say he killed two people and wounded four others-- including police officers. they believe he has a medical condition, he might try to spread, using his own blood. martin savidge reports. nats: michael vance/suspect "this is more intense than i thought it was
murder -- on the run and making threats on facebook live -- nats: michael vance/suspect "watch this people."according to oklahoma police 38 year old michael vance is armed and dangerous -- believed to be carrying an ak-47 style weapon. nats: michael vance/suspect "letting you all know look, this is real see...got the gun, that's the real deal, this aint a joke this aint a prank i'm going live.authorities say vance began his crime spree sunday night in a town east of oklahoma city -- allegedly opening f disturbance call. shooting them before fleeing the scene in a patrol car. nats 911 call "we have an officer hit. that makes two."vance posting this video while on the run. nats: michael vance/suspect "i'm about to steal another car, like right now."according to court documents vance also stole a car from this mobile park -- wounding one person. victim "after he stole their car and was driving out he shot toward us and i just happened to get hit."an
obtained by cnn says police spotted the stolen town car outside this home- where they discovered the bodies of his aunt and uncle -- shot- stabbed and showing signs the suspect tried to dismember them. their 2007 mitsubishi eclipse missing. officer "he has that mentality that he's going to go on this path and nothing is going to be able to stop him."oklahoma police say a man matching vance's description and driving a mitsubishi eclipse shot someone at a truck stop 130 miles west city around 2:30 monday morning. police also believe vance may have a medical condition that can be transmitted through blood and that he might try to spread the disease. several inmates are injured after a fight at the cook county jail. the detainees suffered stab wounds and were taken to a nearby hospital. a deputy was also injured in the brawl. all are expected to survive. the incident is currently under
the tour bus that crashed in palm springs, california... killing 13... was out of compliance. two of the bus's eight tires did not have enough tread... and did not meet vehicle safety standards. the bus had been on its way back to l-a from a casino... when it slammed into the back of a semi truck on the freeway... killing more than a dozen people... including the bus driver. the justice department replaces the team investigating eric garner's choke hold washington will take over the case from new york's team. garner died in 2014 after he was placed in an illegal chokehold by nypd officer daniel pan-tall-ee-oh pantaleo-- on a staten island street corner.the new team of investigators will decide whether pan-tall-ee-oh pantaleo violated garner's civil rights. garner's sister called it a step in the right direction.... but a police union spokesperson called the decision "highly
is tearing down a sprawling camp that's become a symbol of europe's migrant crisis. crews are destroying tents and shelters in the so-called "jungle" ... where thousands of refugees had been living in limbo-- hoping to settle in the united kingdom. more than four-thousand migrants have been sent to temporary shelters since monday. the government hopes to get everyone out within a week. we've already seen quite a bit of rain this morning, and there's more where that came from. although the heavier rain will lighten up, widespread showers will continue until midnight. temperatures will suffer with
a few of us may hit 50, most areas will stay in the 40s. we can also expect a very wind day with gusts in the 30s likely. lingering showers will finish up overnight, and tomorrow will be in the low 50s. friday and saturday look like they'll be back into the mid 60s. although we have a slight chance of showers saturday night, halloween
high: 64 wind: w 5-10 mph sunday: partly sunny. am low: 45 high: 57 wind: nw 5-10 mph monday: mostly cloudy with a chance for showers. am low: 45 high: 65 the d-n-r is considering limiting the sale of green space in bay view-- and oak creek's lake vista park could open in 20-18. sean ryan joins us live from the
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here's a look at this morning's big stories at 11:30. ...another pitch to open a gentleman's club in downtown milwaukee. ...a look at their high-end business plan...and what residents are saying about the proposal. and-- the premium rate for obamacare will go up across the country next year. ...how much will affect wisconsin.
to forget an umbrella. let's check in with rachael kaye for more on this rain. we've already seen quite a bit of rain this morning, and there's more where that came from. although the heavier rain will lighten up, widespread showers will continue until midnight. temperatures will suffer with the clouds and cold rain. although a few of us may hit 50, most areas will stay in the 40s. we can also expect a very wind day with gusts in the 30s likely. today: wet, windy and chilly!
man shot and killed by a wauwatosa police officer four months ago... is pushing for answers. jay anderson's family wants the officer to face criminal charges... and will hold a news conference later today. our deandra corinthios has more from the wauwatosa police department. will get justice...after learning about charges against other officers recently. plus.. the officer who shot and killed anderson...was involved in another shooting death 11 months before anderson. dozens of people came
anniversary of anderson's death. they released balloons and brought pictures, saying they want justice for jay. anderson was shot by a police officer while he was sitting in his car. police say the officer saw anderson had a gun...and thought he was reaching for the weapon.. family members say they want the officer to be held responsible. they learned a brown deer police officer was charged recently after shooting an unarmed man following a confrontation on a county bus. milwaukee county district attorney's office. there is dashcam video of the shooting...which anderson's family has seen a 20 second clip of. they want to see more...and they want the video released. the news conference is at 3 this afternoon
shootings...one of them deadly. let's start at 19th and capitol. police say they responded to a shotspotter call...and found a man who had been shot. he died at the scene. officials are trying to figure out what led up to the shooting. and then at 28th and wisconsin....we're told a 22-year-old man was shot. police say the victim was walking when he heard gunshots...and then realized he'd been shot and called for help. he was taken to the hospital and is expected to be okay. no suspects are in custody. a 27-year-old man says people. police say this happened near 22nd and stark. the victim was taken to hospital and is expected to survive. milwaukee police continues to investigate and seek suspects in each of the shootings. in whitewater, police are investigating a homicide. officers were called to a home for an unknown medical emergency yesterday morning. when they arrived they found the body of 43- year-old kenneth miss-ca- witz
this a targeted incident. there is a suspect in custody. a brown deer officer charged with aggravated battery is expected to make her first appearance in court today. 27-year-old devon kraemer was charged after a shooting on a county bus back in march. investigators say the driver waved down two brown deer police officers because of a confrontation on the bus. they pulled manuel burn-ley junior off the bus and tried to handcuff him. accord surveillance video showed burn-ley on his stomach, face down and officer kraemer firing one shot into his back. the officer later told investigators she could not see burnley's left arm and felt threatened. officer kraemer has been placed on paid administrative leave. there's another pitch to open a gentleman's club in downtown milwaukee. roaring 20's l-l-c wants to open the city's newest strip club. the proposal is for the vacant
fox6 got a look at the business plan that promises a high-end roaring 20's themed restaurant on the first floor... and a strip club on the second. the plan calls the club a high end dining experience with elegant entertaining featuring women in evening gowns. nearby businesses didn't say much about the proposal but milwaukee residents weighed in... "if i were a local business owner i dont think id feel very good about a strip club opening up on my block 40 although it may bring in revenue it could bring in customer issue i guess" "if it brings more money to the city and they can keep the crime and shady characters down i dont see it being a big deal 12:14" the plan promises to enforce a dress code to quote maintain a high class base of customers. you decide coverage now... eric trump will campaign for his father in wisconsin today.
his father and siblings - ivanka and donald junior - have all visited wisconsin this month as well. we're also told the republican nominee plans to return before the election. no details yet on that visit. and on the democratic side... chelsea clinton returned to the badger state yesterday. she campaigned for her mother in la crosse... stevens point... and madison. she talked about a range of issues... including climate change and student loan debt... and encouraged early trump 49-to- 45-percent, according to the latest c-n-n-o-r-c poll. according to a federal report-- the premium rate for obama care will go up all across the country next year. premiums for certain people in wisconsin will go up 16 percent. political reporter theo keith is here with a closer look at the numbers -- and how it could affect you.
220-thousand wisconsinites who get health insurance on the federal exchange, a new report shows you'll could be paying more. for example, a 27 year old in wisconsin who makes 25-thousand dollars a year has a monthly premium right now of 262 dollars a month. next year, that will jump to 304 dollars -- an increase of 16 percent. the obama administration says, after subsidies, 69 percent of wisconsinites will pay less than 100 dollars a month. but republicans say the rate hikes are unsustainable. theres just no budget for these kinds of increases because its not up to them robin moore says she knows of small business owners in waukesha county who won't hire more workers because that would trigger a requirement that they provide health insurance. she says she's had to change doctors after the law's implementation. people like hillary clinton, who stands behind and supports this, and russ feingold, who brags about being the deciding vote on obamacare, you really have to question their
nat -- clapping at the umos event? say repealing the law would make it worse for people nationwide who have gained coverage through it. 20 million people cant have the rug pulled out from under them. thats untenable. baldwin would rather make changes to the current law.. she wants to target skyrocketing pharmaceutical costs. when you read stories about, say, the epipen going from 100 for two epipens to 600, no justification, no explanation, thats what we have to to see how these premium increases could impact you -- head to our website -- fox six now dot com, or your fox six news mobile app and search "affordable care act." it's almost flu season... city officials are saying it's never too early to get your shot... learn more about this year's vaccination. and the future is here... see the 18-wheeler truck that traveled from fort collins to colorado springs...with no one at the
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reminder that flu season is fast approaching. and city officials say its never too early to get your shot. fox6s carl deffenbaugh has more on this years vaccine. with a quick ?poke of a needle, mayor tom barrett and city officials put words into action at the beginning of flu season. 'eveni person, you can still get the flu. even if youre a healthy person, you can still spread the flu. and its really as easy as 1-2-3 just to get that shot.' the mayor, along with commissioner of health bevan baker and area residents, were at neighborhood house to kick-off milwaukees fight against the flu. 'you want to prepare, you want to give your body a chance to build immunity. it takes some time after the shot for you to become fully immune to the flu.' influenza is a common, yet serious illness, resulting in thousands of deaths and hundreds of thousands of hospital visits each year. the
six months, and is especially recommended for young children, the elderly and pregnant women. 'we dont want to put it off. we dont want to say, ill get it tomorrow. because the flu could strike today.' one difference this year, the shot is your only option. the centers for disease control is not releasing a mist or spray version of the vaccine like in the past. 'the cdc said that last year the mist wasnt that effective. they looked at three or four years of data. they said, we want to give the best chance for people to be healthy. we want to go back to the shot. so you only have one option now.' the shot it is, a showed, youll live to tell the tale. 'i survived, it wasnt too bad. and they give you a lollipop or some goldfish at the end.' carl deffenbaugh, fox6 news. toss to weather. we've already seen quite a bit of rain this morning, and
heavier rain will lighten up, widespread showers will continue until midnight. temperatures will suffer with the clouds and cold rain. although a few of us may hit 50, most areas will stay a very wind day with gusts in the 30s likely. lingering showers will finish up overnight, and tomorrow will be mostly cloudy and dry with highs
here. an 18 wheeler loaded with budweiser...traveled from fort collins to colorado springs... and no one was at the driving truck. here's something you don't see everyday... a truck driver stepping away from the controls of an 18 wheeler barreling down the highway but, don't panic. it's all by design, thanks to the self driving truck bhatt says: "this is a truck that has driven across the country in autonomous mode meaning it's driving
truck made history for anheuser-busch, completing the company's first commercial shipment of beer from fort collins to colorado springs. that's a 120 mile trip. a driver was on board to monitor the trip, but the truck did all the work using gps, radar and laser technology called lydar, the budweiser laden truck made the 120 mile trip with no hiccups. transportation is very interested in this technology bhatt says: "ninety four percent of crashes are caused by human error. so ten percent of fatal crashes involve heavy trucks so we believe that connecting autonomous vehicles have the potential to reduce crashes by eighty percent." cdot hopes this technology will spread to passenger cars. that would free up former drivers to text, talk on the phone, and surf the web... things we know drivers don't do now dan daru channel 2
johnson: social security is a legal ponzi scheme. senior 1: ron johnson is attacking social security. senior 2: he wants to let wall street risk it in the stock market.
johnson: free money... young people don't really necessarily understand finance. college student 1: ron johnson voted to raise the cost of student loans - college student 2: he just doesn't get it. worker: he says he's for jobs, but ron johnson supports trade deals that hurt wisconsin. raising the cost of college. jobs lost overseas. senator ron johnson - he's hurting wisconsin families.
unique gifts for the holidays, you might want to consider something made of metal. real milwaukee's brian kramp takes us to a place where a local man is creating custom signs out of steel. "two miles east of holy hill in hubertus stands an old building with metal signs welcoming you to a place called the tree ghost country store. this is my real job.
art pieces...art that is made to compliment the dcor of homes in this rustic town. ive learned that youve got to cater to the area that youre in. here theres a lot of country, fresh eggs, and hen house type signs. anything chicken related, anything with wisconsin and of course sasquatch. these designs...and much more attract people to tree ghost from all over to purchase metal signs has their own unique taste or style. show picture of sasquatch with morel mushroom and kevin is more than willing to accommodate the uniqueness of his clients requests. little did i know that there are a few morel mushroom hunters in the
and morel mushrooms are difficult to find i decided to join the two together and know i believe that sasquatch searches for morel mushrooms and thats what he eats. whether its sasquatch, a morel mushroom or even a happy halloween design, all of these signs have one thing in common. kevin 46.49 - 47.03 we typically use sixteen-gauge steel. the steel is a trademark of tree ghosts work. we have tens of thousands of images so i typically will cut out a bunch of different stuff if its leaves or if its a wisconsin ill cut out different sizes. butt and then i have a tool of my images in it that are cut and i just go in there and pick out what i want and what i think might sell. surprisingly the entire design and cutting process is fairly effortless and mostly automated. thankfully with our computer system its really easy to use. so all we have to do is take image and we put it on our grid where were going to cut it out and then we just size it to butt whatever size we want. and with the press of a button...the image is cut out of a four by four steel sheet on a c&c plasma table. i see it took a whole 6 seconds to cut the state of wisconsin. yah at 4 inches thats all it took was 6
takes a few seconds, drilling holes goes pretty quick bk on cam and do most people that buy these understand how quick the process takes? no, i dont believe so. shhhhh! dont say anything. after the burrs are grinded off the back and the piece is fully assembled the metal sign is complete. kevin works 7 days a week to make sure the tree ghost country store has plenty of inventory for whatever customers need for their home. and there you have it."
>> judge judy: you parked your two motorcycles in a garage space you claim was assigned to you
by management. >> announcer: renters in a parking standoff. >> judge judy: you were assigned garage space 3b. >> yes. >> judge judy: that same garage space was her garage space. >> announcer: so she got hands-on. >> i go to pull into my garage, and there's two motorcycles in it. i tried to move one of the motorcycles -- very heavy, so it tipped over. >> announcer: "judge judy." you are about to enter the courtroom of judge judith sheindlin. the people are real. the cases are real. the people are real. the cases are real. the rulings are final. captions paid for by cbs television distribution 18-year-old kaylee frehner is suing her neighbor kelly king for damaging her motorcycle when she attempted to move it.