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new at eleven... the officer who shot and killed sylville smith waived his preliminary hea the case to trial. dominique heaggan-brown is accused of sexual assault-- prostitution-- and taking intimate photos without consent. he's also accused of sexually assaulting a man just one day after the sylville smith shooting that sparked two days of protests in august. smith's family members say the sexual assault case should be tied to his use of deadly force. haeggan-brown's arraignment is scheduled for november 4.
fall day for us, but at least we're staying dry! highs will stay mainly in the 40s, with low 50s possible lakeside. tomorrow will bring us a mix of sun and clouds and about a 15 temperature jump. highs will be back in the mid 60s thanks to a strong sw wind. today: mostly cloudy and cool. high: 49 wind: nw 5-10 mph happening now... the search is on for a homicide suspect... accused of killing his aunt's
19- year-old devon-tae turner as the man they believe killed 46 year old derrick ball on monday, near 24-th and auer. fox6s bret lemoine has more about the case. in broad daylight... mc 'he just casually shot him - i think he shot three times, maybe four.' ...milwaukee police say 46-year old derrick ball was shot and killed monday outside a home near 24-th and auer. this woman, who says she was tracking her stolen car, just happened to witness the crime. mc 'the man fell, and his body screaming. the person that shot him took off down the road.' on wednesday... milwaukee police identify the suspected shooter. 19 year old devontae turner of chicago has been charged with 'second degree reckless homicide' - but m-p-d does not have him in custody. according to the criminal complaint, police say turners affair with his incarcerated cousins girlfriend upset the family. police say
home. turner allegedly pointed a gun in his aunts face. ball was the aunts boyfriend... and allegedly asked turner 'if he was really going to shoot his aunt over a girl.' outside, turner allegedly pointed the gun at ball, fired the gun, but nothing happened. police say ball ran down the street, but turner fired again at ball, killing him. a detective says ball had gunshots to his neck, shoulder, arm, and multiple other locations. mc 'and after seeing the murder at 1:30 in the afternoon -' and hopeful that turner... will be brought to justice. bret says: turner is from chicago but has family and friends in the milwaukee area. anyone with information is asked to call m-p-d. reporting from the milwaukee county courthouse, bret lemoine, fox6 news. we're learning new details about a deadly crash on i-94 in kenosha county. it happened -- just south of state highway 158-- around three this morning.
an suv down the interstate when he hit a pedestrian. witnesses say the person was trying to cross the interstate at the time. police found the 30-year-old man lying in the roadway. he died at the scene. the driver and his passenger were not hurt in the wreck. police are still investigating-- but say speed and alcohol do not appear to be factors in the crash. police have identified the victim of a homicide on milwaukee's north side. officials say 38-year-old derrick carson was fatally shot near 16th and olive las they responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle running for a long period of time, in an alley officers found carson who had been shot...and was dead. the shooting is under investigation. police are also investigating a shooting near 5th and virginia. we're told a fight between family members led to shots being fired. a 34-year-old man was hit during the gunfire. he was taken to the hospital and is expected to survive. police have identified a suspect
identity of the victim in a double shooting on the city's north west side . officials say 24-year old eric holloway was fatally shot inside a home near 51st and hope yesterday. a 27-year-old woman was also shot and taken to the hospital with serious injuries. police say they're still working to identify suspects and to determine a motive. it's been four months since a wauwatosa police officer shot and killed jay ande law enforcement -- for transparency. anderson was killed in madison park back in june. police say anderson had a gun --and the officer thought he was reaching for it. last week-- his family saw dash cam video of the shooting -- and that's what they want the public to see. the family also learned, the officer who killed their son-- also killed a different suspect last year. the family wants the officer
much demanding transparency in this case, this case has been ongoing, it's been a heck of a process for the family." this case is in the hands of the milwaukee county district attorney's office. wauwatosa police continue to say the officer's name and dash cam will not be made public until a charging decision is made. "you decide" coverage now... eric trump stopped in bayside and he said his siblings and his father will work 24-7 trying to win the election. while in waukesha, he criticized hillary clinton and the national health care law. we learned this week that insurance premiums would increase 16- percent in wisconsin next year. meanwhile...senator corey booker will campaign for hillary clinton in milwaukee... along with senator tammy baldwin-- congresswoman gwen moore-- and russ feingold. then... next tuesday... vice
in appleton and madison. we will update you on that visit as we learn more. the world series is all tied up. the cubs get a big win in cleveland last night. it was yet another pitching showoff...with chicago's jake arrietta giving it all he's got. he pitched a no-hitter into the sixth inning. chicago ended up winning 5- to- 1. game three of the world series will take place tomorrow in chicago at wrigley field. day. ...where the presidential nominees stand in the polls...as they campaign in battleground states. plus -- 35 people...including 11 kids....are dead after an airstrike hits syria. ...the building that was hit-- and why it could be a war crime. and... "..two earthquakes cause further damage to already fragile parts of central italy. i'm amy kellogg in milan with all those details,
but, yesterday, in another must win state, north carolina, trump appealed to a key voting bloc --- african americans.... the republican nominee calling for a "new deal for black america"... including tax incentives for inner cities...and new micro-loans for african-americans to start companies and hire workers ... trump says: "i will be your greatest champion hillary clinton heads to north carolina today with arguably her most michelle obama. clinton, ahead by just over two-points in the tar heel state, according to the real clear politics polling average, continues to be dogged by a flood of leaked emails, as well as the obama administration announcing affordable care act premiums are set to skyrocket next year ... clinton says: "no complacency here and, it appears every one of those votes will count ...a new
hillary clinton's lead in half ... the democratic nominee now only ahead by three points, within the margin of error. schoen says: "i think it's more about issues like obamacare, the economy and jobs." waldman on-cam tag says: "prominent republican house leader jason chaffetz, who abandoned his endorsement of trump earlier this month, now says he will vote for the gop nominee because clinton is, quote, "that bad". in washin news." looking across america... new york police say at least one person is dead, after fire broke out at an apartment building this morning. several others were reportedly injured in the blaze on manhattan's upper east side, and dozens were evacuated. officials say the flames spread quickly throughout the building...and there were concerns it might spread to neighboring structures. a skywest pilot is behind bars... for allegedly trying to
russal dus-zak was arrested in south dakota yesterday morning. he was scheduled to fly from rapid city to salt lake... but airport officials stopped dus-zak after reports of his breath smelling like alcohol. pilots are prohibited from flying with a blood alcohol content of over .04. police say dus-zak was over that limit. prosecutors are seeking the death penalty for a man accused of murdering two police officers in palm springs, california. john felix shot and killed officers jose vega and leslie ze-rebny... while they were responding to a domestic disturbance on october 8th. felix also faces three counts of attempted murder on three other officers. around the world now... in syria, airstrikes have killed 35 people -- including at least 11 children. a monitoring group says a school in idlib was hit yesterday.
school was deliberately targeted, it would be a war crime. eyed-lib idlib is near aleppo -- and has the largest populated area controlled by syrian rebels. at least one person is dead following two earthquakes in italy. the quakes follow a massive one in august-- which devastated the region. fox's amy kellogg is in milan with more. an all too famli church in the village of campi collapsing during an earthquake. it was one of two powerful quakes to hit the country's central region, wednesday. several aftershocks followed. pazzaglini says: "..the situation is terrible because as you can see there is considerable damage." voice of translator the first quake hitting with a 5- point-4 magnitude shortly after 7 p-m local time.
authorities say the initial earthquake caused people to flee their homes... most likely saving lives. shaking felt as far as rome... some 1- hundred-45 miles southwest of the epicenter. pazzaglini says: "..thanks to the quality of the building construction, we have limited buildings that have collapsed. the ones that have collapsed are the ones that were already heavily damaged by the earthquake on august 24." voice of translator this summer's 6-point-2 magnitude quake devastated the area. it destroyed parts of three 3-hundred people. a tall red building which famously survived the august earthquake in hard- hit amatrice... did not make it through wednesday's quakes. on cam tag concern is growing here about the problem of housing victims of the earthquakes. many of their homes are simply uninhabitable... and with the dropping temperatures the use of tents for shelter in many cases is unacceptable. in milan, amy kellogg, fox news.
it's another cloudy and cool fall day for us, but at least we're staying dry! highs will stay mainly in the 40s, with low 50s possible lakeside. tomorrow will bring us a mix of sun and clouds and about a 15 back in the mid 60s thanks to a strong sw wind. the warmer weather looks to stick around saturday, but we'll be mostly cloudy a slight chance for some showers in the evening. sunday will dip back into the upper 50s, and monday will jump back to the 60s again. although there's a small chance for showers monday, we should stay mostly dry for halloween. today:
tonight: mostly cloudy. low: 38 wind: sw 3-7 mph friday: partly cloudy, windy and warmer. high: 64 wind: sw 15-25 mph saturday: mostly cloudy with a slight chance for pm showers. am low: 56 high: 63 wind: w/nw 5-10 mph sunday: mostly cloudy. am low: 44 high: 57 wind: ne 5-10 mph monday: mostly cloudy and breezy. am low: 45 high: 65 wind: se 10-20 mph tuesday: mostly sunny and breezy. am low: 52 g 61 wind: w 10-20mph sunday will dip back into the upper 50s, and monday will jump back to the 60s again. although there's a small chance for showers monday, we should stay mostly dry for halloween. today: mostly cloudy and cool. high: 49 wind: nw 5-10 mph tonih 38 wind: sw 3-7 mph friday: partly cloudy, windy and warmer. high: 64 wind: sw 15-25 mph saturday: mostly cloudy with a slight chance for pm showers. am low: 56 high: 63 wind: w/nw 5-10 mph sunday: mostly cloudy. am low: 44 high: 57 wind: ne 5-10 mph monday: mostly cloudy and breezy. am low: 45 high: 65 wind: se 10-20 mph tuesday: mostly sunny and breezy. am low: 52 high: 61 wind: w 10-20
cool. high: 49 wind: nw 5-10 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. low: 38 wind: sw 3-7 mph friday: partly cloudy, windy and warmer. high: 64 wind: sw 15-25 mph saturday: mostly cloudy with a slight chance for pm showers. am low: 56 high: 63 wind: w/nw 5-10 mph sunday: mostly cloudy. am low: 44 high: 57 wind: ne 5-10 mph monday: mostly cloudy and breezy. am low: 45 high: 65 wind: se 10-20 mph tuesday: mostly sunny and breezy. am low: 52
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shot and killed sylville smith waived his preliminary hearing this morning... sending the case to trial. dominique heaggan-brown is accused of sexual assault-- prostitution-- and taking intimate photos without consent. he's also accused of sexually assaulting a man just one day after the sylville smith shooting, that sparked two smith's family members say the sexual assault case should be tied to his use of deadly force. haeggan-brown's arraignment is scheduled for november 4. the man convicted of setting a fire that killed two children is sentenced to 71 years behind bars. a judge handing down that punishment today in court. a jury convicted michael morgan of arson and reckless homicide last month. the fire happened last october. 10-year-old kevin little, and two- year-old taenajah
adlib to weather it's another cloudy and cool fall day for us, but at least we're staying dry! highs will stay mainly in the 40s, with low 50s possible lakeside. tomorrow will bring us a mix of sun and clouds and about a 15 temperature jump. highs will be back in the mid 60s thanks to a strong sw wind. today: mostly cloudy and cool. high: 49
milwaukee police are asking for your help in finding a homicide suspect. they're looking for 19-year-old devon- tae turner. police say he's wanted in connection to monday's homicide at 24th and auer. a 46-year-old man, derrick ball, was shot and killed during a fight. according to the criminal complaint... incarcerated cousins girlfriend upset the family. court documents show ball was the boyfriend of turners aunt. we spoke with a witness... who saw the incident unfold as she was searching for her stolen car. n/a 'the man fell, and his girl-wife-whatever fell over the body screaming. the person that shot him took off down the road.' we're told turner lives in chicago but has family and
degree reckless homicide-- but is not in custody. if you know where he is...you're asked to call police. we're learning new details about a deadly crash on i-94 overnight in kenosha county. it happened about 3 this morning- just south of state highway 158. officials say a man was driving an suv down the interstate when he hit a pedestrian. witnesses say the person was trying to cross the interstate at the time. police found the 30 lying in the roadway.... he died at the scene. the driver and his passenger were not hurt in the wreck. police are still investigating, but say speed and alcohol do not appear to be factors in the crash. jay anderson was shot and killed by a wauwatosa police officer in june. his family held a new conference yesterday with a list of demands. fox 6's ashley sears explains. it's been hard. it's been really hard. after four months-- the family of jay anderson jr
we need all of this information to come out. they demand answers at a news conference wednesday. we're here to demand justice. jay anderson, jr. was a father...son...a nephew...a fiance. anderson was shot and killed in madison park in wauwatosa in june. wauwatosa police say he had a gun and it. his parents and supporters stand before cameras--- demanding dash camera video of the shooting be made public, as well as the name of the officer involved with the shooting. we're asking, what do you have to hide? show the footage. family recently learned that same officer shot and killed another man--just 11 months prior to their son's death. why would he be out, why would he be out there, we're talking over an 11 month period. why would he be released out there in a squad
milwaukee county district attorney's office-- i believe this officer should go to jail for the rest of his life for what he did to my son. wauwatosa police continue to say the officer's name and dash cam will not be made public until the da's office makes a final decision in the case. reporting in milwaukee, ashley sears fox 6 news. sexually assaulting another student will be in court today. the charges stem from an alleged assault on october 12th. 20- year old alec cook is accused of raping a 20 year old female student. the woman says she was strangled and assaulted at his apartment. since then, two other victims have come forward stating they had been sexually assaulted by cook. a woman contacted u-w police last week saying cook touched her inappropriately at least 15 times during a ballroom
"she saw him in news coverage and thought back to what he did to her and how inappropriate it was and felt compelled to come forward and explained what happened, and we're glad she did. she's very brave to do so." dane county prosecutors have said additional charges will be filed involving three other women. u-w police say they are expecting even more women to come forward. milwauke but how did we get that claim to fame? the local couple and a preview of their book that offers the rich & creamy history of custard. and how reliable is your ride? a look at the most and least reliable
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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." milwaukee is known as the frozen custard capital of the world, but how did we get that claim to fame?
all the answers in one place - so they wrote a book about it. real milwaukee's brian kramp has a preview of the book. in 1923 korr brothers who had invented custard, werent calling it custard it was just a frozen dessert and a customer there said, 'wow, this tastes like frozen custard. they were like thats a great idea for a name and thats when the name kind of really started to stick. back in the 1940s and 50s automobiles, teeny-boppers and d culture here in milwaukee, but good timing was only part of the reason why frozen custard became so big. that along with some people who really had a passion for frozen custard and really wanted it to be high quality. the names behind some of the longest lasting frozen custard businesses are very familiar to us and that chapter in bobby and kathys book is titled four stand-out stands....gilles,
custard stand. and one of his employees was paul gilles and went and opened his own custard stand. and then he employed leon schneider who went and opened his own custard stand and when art richter had the milky way he hired a woman named elsa kopp to run his custard stand and then...i mean this is how this has worked the entire time. its that sense of camaraderie and dedication to make every owner and their custard better which made and still makes milwaukees frozen custard the best. the proof is in the custard, right? theyre small businessmen and woman who are really passionate about their businesses and the devil is in the details an nail the details. the book is a helpful guide and thorough look into the history while detailing the mixes, methods and machines behind creating milwaukees frozen custard. the thing about the machines is that the machines is an important ingredient, if you will, in creating the custard and if you dont have the custard machines its not really frozen custard. you know there are soft serve ice cream machines which are not the same as custard machines because they
gets the custard to a temperature, mixes in a certain amount of air and then you take it out of the machine and the it goes into the dipping cabinet where it can sit for a certain amount of time before it butt melts too much. but how did they get that rich, creamy and smooth custard to taste so good! most of the custard stands get their dairy mix from the same one wisconsin location. so that difference that you taste when you go to the different custard stands is really what happens once its put into the machines or comes out of people who run custard through a soft serve machine but there are some people like ron from leons who you know, hed probably rather die than do that. the surprising thing in the research for the milwaukee stands especially is that theres very little written information about these places. butt they didnt advertise often, butt kopps here didnt have a sign until the 90s, butt theres not a lot of newspaper articles, tv spots, they kind of stuck to themselves and just focused on custard so
and if youve done the research, like bobby and kathy have, youll know that frozen custard is best when served... cold. within an hour. maybe two, but you really want it fresh out of the machine. i think you can be really proud of this kind of homegrown product and we do it here the best. it's another cloudy and cool fall day for us, but at least we're staying dry! highs will stay mainly in the 40s, with low 50s possible lakeside. tomorrow will bring us a mix of sun and clouds and about a 15 temperature jump. highs will be back in the mid 60s thanks to a strong sw wind. the warmer weather looks to stick around saturday, but we'll be mostly cloudy a slight chance for some showers in the evening. sunday will dip back into the upper 50s, and monday will jump back to the 60s again. although there's a small chance for showers monday, we should stay mostly dry for halloween. today: mostly cloudy and cool.
tonight: mostly cloudy. low: 38 wind: sw 3-7 mph friday: partly cloudy, windy and warmer. high: 64 wind: sw 15-25 mph saturday: mostly cloudy with a slight chance for pm showers. am low: 56 high: 63 wind: w/nw 5-10 mph sunday: mostly cloudy. am low: 44 high: 57 wind: ne 5-10 mph monday: mostly cloudy and breezy. am low: 45 high: 65 wind: se 10-20 mph tuesday: mostly sunny and breezy. am low: 52 high: 61
high: 61 wind: w 10-20 mph when you spend thousands of dollars on a new car, you expect it to be problem-free. but consumer reports exclusive reliability ratings found that some cars are much more likely to wind up in the shop than others. jenna sachs has the details in this contact 6 report. consumer reports just-released reliability ratings covering more than 300 models. this year the winners are the lexus ct 200h and the toyota prius - both hybrids. the worst - the cadillac escalade. its
tr and infotainment system. "we survey consumer reports subscribers and we have data on 500,000 vehicles and we use that information to determine which cars are going to be more reliable and which are going to give you more problems." ford came in at the bottom in two categories. the ford focus is the least reliable compact car and the ford fiesta among subcompacts. felix garza knows how frustrating it can be. transmission on his fiesta much earlier than expected. "i was pretty upset. i thought i wouldnt have this issue, especially with a brand-new car." the compact honda civic, once a very reliable car, also took a tumble with this year's redesign. "this is the biggest redesign the civic has had in many years. and as we've often seen, when they change a lot of things, sometimes you get a lot of problems, too." the most reliable new compact car? the chevy cruze and the
category, consumer reports data shows that the jeep cherokee is at the bottom. on top - the toyota rav4. among pickup trucks, the ford f-150 reliability score dropped to the point where consumer reports no longer recommends it. the most reliable pick-up, is the toyota tundra. i'm jenna sachs contact 6. the wisconsin beef council is here... and they're breaking out the slow cooker. see the recipe for creamy beef
four people go to a pumpkin farm in new jersey...but their trip wasn't exactly a treat. they ran off with roughly 200 pumpkins - worth more than 2- thousand dollars. te tuesday morning to pick them up. it was all caught on camera - and police are hoping the surveillance video leads them to the thieves. the family is offering a one- thousand dollar reward to catch the group. thanks for joining us at eleven. our next newscast is at four o'clock... and get breaking news anytime at fox
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