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milwaukee police say heaggan-brown violated the department's code of conduct-- and that's why he was fired. the code states in part: 'whether on or off duty, department members shall not behave in such a way that a reasonable person would expect that discredit could be brought upon the department, or that it would create the appearance of impropriety or corruptive behavior.' the former officers arraignment on the sexual assault and pro schedule for november 4th. in the newsroom, julie collins, fox6 news. ted thanks julie broad daylight on a monday morning-- a person inside a south side store is shot in the chest. tonight, police need your help with this case. fox 6's myra's sanchick is live near the store at 7th and greenfield. that victim did not survive. milwaukee police are looking for the man
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this corner for many years with never an incident. monday morning that changed. milwaukee police were called here for a person shot in the chest. the person died soon after. corona jewelry buys gold and is a money transfer store. it's pretty well protected in there. it's glass and its some of its fortified glass which gives the owners some safeguards . i don't know the details of what milwaukee alderman jose perez says the business recently transferred ownership. he considered it a strong part of a vital commercial district. they've been here . they've been working for a while and managing it. finally had the business in their name a surveillance video captured a picture of a man police say is the suspect. they are looking or him and are asking anyone with information to call them. we've put a lot of work into the infrastructure around here to keep it safe and this is extremely unfortunate and my heart goes out to the family. once again
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you know him police would like to hear from you. milwaukee police say the victim is an adult male. they are still investigating why this happened. live in milwaukee myra sanchick fox6 news a 73-year-old pleasant prairie man is accused of sexually assaulting a 50-year-old woman - suffering from huntington's disease at an assisted liv criminal complaint -- a nursing assistant spotted clarence mielke -- an employee at the facility -- inappropriately touching the victim and reported it to police. authorities say the victim told them it had been going on for years -- and mielke told her to keep it a secret. he is now charged with four felonies. now in a story only on fox6... struck by a car -- then run over. a woman on milwaukees southside is desperately looking for the driver who hit her.
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that happened over the weekend near 20th and morgan. thankfully she is alive to tell her story and make a plea for the driver to come forward. she says she was hit as she tried to cross morgan. the accident happened so quickly. but her recovery-- will not. im feeling really awful bedridden since saturday evening. i have to keep it elevated renee anderson is wearing a leg cast bones in her leg. the pain was overwhelming ...wounded after going for a walk near her home. she says she was crossing morgan avenue when she was struck and run over by a car with no lights on . i fell and then my one leg here i was kneeling on it and trying to get back up and their back tires ran over my
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another car coming because i couldnt move bystanders rushed to help.. but the driver-- i seen their brakes lights and they just took off really fast neighbors caught a vague description. the witnesses said it was a gray 4 door car but they couldnt get the license plate we stopped by nearby business and homes but there was no surveillance pointing in that direction. anderson hopes the driver is found or thing: i wish they would turn themselves in ... and while she waits for a resolution, anderson says she's trying to stay positive. im trying to think of myself as a survivor not a victim anderson does have a long journey to recovery. she ?has muscular dystrophy so her muscles will not heal easily. that-- coupled with three job interviews she has had to cancel -- this is impacting her in many ways. milwaukee police say they are
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but do not have anyone in custody. live.. you decide coverage now. the wisconsin photo id law continues to be a source of confusion for voters across wisconsin. and with election days 8 days away - state and local officials want to make sure voters know exactly what they need to cast their ballot. fox6's madeline anderson joins us live at city hall... with more on their efforts. buses reminding people to bring a photo id to the polls. and the county courthouse will issue replacement birth certificates for folks born in milwaukee county if they no longer have theirs and need it to be able to get a state issued photo id. these are just some of the steps the county and city are taking to education voters this election cycle. more than 465-thousand people
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percent of them were cast in person at early voting sites... like here at the zeidler building in downtown milwaukee. i brought my wisconsin id. they look you up. see what ward youre in. the process is no more than five minutes. but the process isn't so easy for some. there's still confusion about what qualifies as an acceptable photo id under the photo i-d law. we have worked with individuals, residents within the city, that have not incomplete messages.at a news conference monday.. elections officials explained... a photo id can be a wisconsin drivers license... a wisconsin d-o-t issued card or a u-s passport. dont' have any of those? there is still time to get one at the dmv. just bring whatever identifying documents you have like a birth certificate and proof of your current address. some misconceptions under the law... the address on the id does not have to match
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id does not have to be the exact same as the one on the poll list. new this year for folks mailing in their absentee ballots... the post office suggests doing so at least a week before november 8th. this is the first election where absentee ballots must be received by election day. if the poll worker says you do not have an acceptable i-d -- you can cast a provisional ballot. th to the municipal clerk by 4-p-m on the following friday november 11th with an acceptable id. reporting live at city hall... madeline anderson fox6 news. mary thanks madeline with a little more than a week before the election... millions of campaign dollars are ?now pouring into wisconsin... much of that cash is aimed at the u-s senate race between incumbent republican ron johnson -- and democrat russ feingold. it's one of the key races nationwide that will play a big
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majority control of the senate... as the cash pours in, the race seems to be getting more negative by the day. political reporter theo keith joins us with the latest accusations. feingold is returning cash donations from a massachusetts law firm accused of giving bonuses to employees who contributed to politicians like feingold. but let's start with johnson, who is responding an offshore tax haven. nats - going through the doorhe said he had to leave, but senator ron johnson eventually did answer questions about his part ownership of an irish company. democrats say d-p lenticular is a shell company, allowing johnson to divert profits from the oshkosh plastics manufacturer he owned until 2010, to ireland, where the tax rate is lower. johnson says it's a legitimate sales agency. senator feingold has no clue how
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is how you export product. without a sales agency i dont know how you sell product. by the way, those exports produced, created jobs in wisconsin manufacturing johnson has reported a 9.9 percent stake in d-p lenticular.he says he makes less than 15- thousand dollars a year from it and pays state and federal taxes on the earnings. i have a small investment. theres no, no profit parked over there or anything else. those profits are paid out every year. and pay taxes on them :58johnson's opponent, russ feingold, is dealing with questions himself. feingold's campaign says it will return 45-thousand dollars in donations from a boston law firm that reportedly awarded bonuses to employees who gave to democratic causes. according to the center for responsive politics, feingold was a top recipient of thornton law firm donations. a feingold spokesman told fox6, "this campaign does not tolerate this kind of activity and is disturbed to learn of these
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returned immediately." if theres any question at all about contributions, i dont want to have anything to do with it. late today, wisconsin republicans asked federal regulators to investigate how much feingold knew about thornton's practices. such requests often go nowhere, especially a week before election day. as election day approaches -- both presidential campaigns will be focusing on wisconsin as well... candidate tim kaine will be in appleton and madison tomorrow. then senator bernie sanders will be in milwaukee at turner hall on wednesday... chelsea clinton will also be in wisconsin -- wednesday, in eau claire and oshkosh -- followed by a stop in milwaukee on thursday. as for republicans... presidential nominee donald trump and his running mate mike pence will both be in eau claire tomorrow for a campaign event. governor ?scott walker is expected to ?join them. we have links to where you can get tickets to these events on our website, fox
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still have questions about the voting process? visit fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app -- and click the "politics" tab. you'll find most answers in a story titled "everything you need to know before you head to the polls." even with a long list of injured players -- the packers kept it close yesterday in atlanta... up next... what head coach mike nail-biting loss to the falcons. plus... more than a dozen people had to be treated for carbon monoxide poisoning.... details on where this happened... coming after the break. things are warming up for trick-or- treating tonight. i'll break down your temperatures hour by hour - that's coming up
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we have breaking news out of milwaukee's north side. fire crews are working to put out a house fire at 36-th and garfield. they were called around 3-30. at this time-- crews are working on the attic. no people are hurt -- and several dogs have been taken from the building. the sting of the packers defeat at the hands of the falcons on
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coaches a couple days to get over. because they had chances to come away with an upset win. they were underdogs-because of all the injuries on both sides of the ball. tom pipines is here with highlights of what coach mike mccarthy said during his news conference today. the list of the walking wounded who were held out in atlanta included clay matthews, randall cobb and ty montgomery. the latter reportedly held out because of symptoms from sickle cell good..and the receiver could play sunday against the colts.. the frustration that goes with a 33-32 loss is that with all the adversity--mccarthy's men had victory within their grasp. aaron rodgers 4th touchdown pass -to jeff janis and the subsequent two point conversion put them up 32-26. but matt ryan's td strike to mohamed sanu -with 31 seconds left, where the defense appeared to
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something to build on for mike mccarthy and company. the coach likes the intangibles..though the road ahead is a long one. "this is a fun football team to coach. they have great energy. they've got a great attitude/. their work ethic is exceptional but, frankly, we have a lot of work to do. you can see it in practice. we're not as clean in certain areas that we need to be. it's not a lack of effort, it's not the lack of detail, it's just kind of where we are." the packers have officially waived safety chris banjo from injured reserve with an injury settlement. and they've released running back james starks. more from the coach on all that in sports
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weather together. carbon monoxide poisoning sent 17 ?people to the hospital in manitowoc. it happened along a city block that includes the manitowoc county republican party headquarters, a cafe, an appliance store and jewelry store. ten of the sick lived on the upper level of the building. ?the other seven were in the cafe. the source of the leak is still not known. it's expected all victims will recover. less than a week after thc women-- the man who was giving them a ride is out the hospital! timothy snyder was released from the hospital on saturday. snyder was the women's uber driver when they were hit near 2nd and clybourn earlier this month. the man that hit them left the scene but turned himself in a few days later. he now faces several criminal charges. a semi rollover in oak creek ?caused a street closure earlier ?today. it happened near 20th and ryan road around noon. the oak creek fire department posted these pictures to its
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20-th street for a couple hours while crews cleaned up. the street is now back open. toss to weather weather we've got a warm front passing through today, which means our temperatures are going to steadily increase- even after the sun goes down. just before midnight. those same upper 50s will be our official lows for tuesday, with highs by tomorrow afternoon reaching closer to 70. rain chances return wednesday and look especially likely for our southern counties. highs will drop to the upper
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clouds will gradually clear thursday, leaving us mostly sunny for friday and saturday. tonight: mostly cloudy and warm. patchy fog and a few sprinkles possible. low: 58 wind: s 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny and warmer. high: 68 wind: wsw 5-15 mph wednes likely, especially for our southern counties. am low: 50 high: 59 wind: ne 5-10 mph thursday: partly cloudy. am low: 45 high: 59 wind: nw 5-10 mph friday: mostly sunny. am low: 42 high: 62 wind: w 5-10 mph saturday: mostly sunny. am low:
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is expected to bring an economic boost to the area... up next... the stores and restaurants that plan to be a part of the new "84 south" .... russ feingold voiceover: as i travel to all 72 counties - knocking on doors, talking to folks - what i hear the most is how hard it is to get ahead. one big reason -- we have a political system working overtime -- for ceos.
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for exporting our jobs. i'm russ feingold and i approve this message because we need an economy
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calling it a "big project" is a big understatement. the "84 south" development project in greenfield will bring more than a dozen new businesses.. plus apartment buildings. today's grounding breaking including a lists of the future tenants...
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it took a lot more "we've got about 12 million dollars of infrastructure." than a line up of ceremonial shovels "it's the first commitment like this anywhere near here in a long time." to move this much dirt. "well, the total site is 48 acres." but they are here because a mountain of work has already been done. "there's underground storm water management systems, utilities, roads." on monday a groundbreaking in greenfield marked a significant milestone for the 84 south development. underneath there." the underground improvements are complete, paving the way to build up. "we're breaking ground on three different buildings today totally about 180-thousand square feet." the construction site is located near 84th and layton and adjacent to eye 43. now that contractors can build vertically, those involved want to build excitement by announcing which businesses are moving in. "one of which is portillos which is exciting for a lot of people." this will be portillos second wisconsin location. "it is as
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of what you do." also signing a lease deal are ross, ulta, five below, total wine and fresh thyme farmers market. "when you've got tenants like that's not just the validation that's this is working. these are people who have signed on the dotted line. they are committed too it is it is. its a huge project." this project has already been in the works for two years. the firts round of businesses and amenities are expected to year. back to you. check out a gallery of renderings of this greenfield project -- when you visit fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app. search "84 south." owning a car in milwaukee county could get more expensive if a measure in the county budget gets approved. coming up-- why some county officials say we need a "wheel tax" and what could happen if we don't. with just over a week til the election-- the big talking point
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we're just over one week away from election night -- and polls continue to tighten this evening as hillary
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headlines. pollsters and analysts speculate whether the re-opening of her f-b-i investigation will affect the outcome of next tuesday's election.. lauren blanchard is in washington with the latest. the renewed investigation into hillary clinton's e-mails is once again driving the conversation of the election ... just 8 days until voters head to the polls. while democrats are criticizing the embattled f-b-i director for announcing the f-b-i will be taking her private email server ... donald trump is praising him and the department for its controversial decision ... trump says: "he's got to hang tough. a lot of people want him to do the wrong thing. what he did was the right thing." the white house today ... saying president obama will continue to campaign for the democratic nominee ... despite the re-opening of her case ... earnest says: "for those of you covering the president, you know

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