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11. our big story at eleven... a 17-year-old girl was hit and killed near 9th and oklahoma this morning. our deandra corinthios has more police are investigating a fatal crash involving a pedestrian. it happened this morning near 9th and oklahoma. the medical examiner was called out to the scene. officials say
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arrested the man suspected of killing two iowa police officers. officials say 46- year- old scott michael greene was found in dallas county...just outside of des moines. green allegedly shot two officers in an ambush-style attack. both officers were sitting in their cars at different locations when a gunman came up and shot them. the police sergeant says there are no words to describe what happened. "imagine that you lost a friend or family member, that's the only way feeling at times, but the sorrow that comes with it is just as if you lost someone close to you. these are our friends, our coworkers." the names of the two officers killed have not yet been
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showers will become more scattered this afternoon and the temperature will begin to fall, however, we'll stay in the 50s. rain will taper off this evening and clouds will decrease overnight. lows will drop into the middle and upper 40s. some clouds will linger into thursday, keeping us in the upper 50s, then sunny and quiet conditions return the rest of the week and into the weekend. we stay warmer than normal with temperatures in the low to middle 60s. today: scattered rain showers. high: 58 wind: ne 5-10 mph tonight: decreasing clouds.
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milwaukee's north side ends with three people in handcuffs. police say the car was taken in an armed robbery last night. the suspects tried to get away from poli i-43 north. the driver lost control and crashed into the car ditch, just south of brown deer road. one adult man...and two girls were taken into custody at the scene. there were no injuries...and no other vehicles were involved. in racine county -- one person is dead after a motorcycle crash. it happened about nine last night in the town of raymond. someone called 9-1-1 after coming across a motorcycle that appeared to have hit a mailbox and a tree. emergency crews found the
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happened hours before the 9-1-1 call reporting the accident. the cause is still under investigation..but speed and alcohol do not appear to a factor. we'll find out today where wisconsin stands in this year's presidential race. the results of the final marquette law school poll before the election will be released today. meanwhile -- yesterday was another busy day, filled with campaign stops across wisconsin. fox 6's theo keith has more from donald trump's visit to eau claire. 18:28:05 wisconsin is one of several states where you can change your early ballot if you think youve made a mistake. a lot of stuff
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18:25:26 you can change your vote to donald trump, well make america great again, ok? :32 as for clinton-- she spent the day campaigning in florida.
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demeaning comments about women. "it is not ok to insult people. and look at what he does, he calls women ugly, disgusting, nasty, all the time. he calls women pigs, rates bodies on a scale of 1 to 10. we just heard from alicia" clinton's referring to former miss universe alicia ma-cha-do-- who was criticized by tr weight. ...clinton's running mate also making stops across wisconsin yesterday. vice- presidential nominee tim kaine was joined by supporters-- first in appleton... then in madison. kaine told the crowd at lawrence university that wisconsin is a key state-- and voting-- especially early voting-- is vital. and just a reminder -- you have until saturday to cast your
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have to be registered. if you are not registered already - your last day is friday...otherwise you can do it next tuesday - november 8th on election day. you will need a voter i-d. and remember - fox6 is the station to watch on election night. we will bring you expert analysis-- results-- and reaction on november 8th. a bank robbery suspect leads police on a wild chase. it spanned across three counties and eventually came to an end in hartford helped lead to an arrest. it all began at the north shore bank at 60th and forest home. police say a suspect implied he had a weapon and robbed the bank. he then took off in a white van. investigators say the man led them through milwaukee-- waukesha-- and washington counties. the suspect made a stop to buy cigarettes at a hartford gas station. he tried running from police, but was eventually arrested. guy comes in here all frantically, skips our line and tells me he needs a pack of cigarettes... after i
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squad cars are here.vopolice say the suspect stole the van from his employer on monday. we are told the suspect hit at least two vehicles. no one was seriously injured. the family of jay anderson takes the first step toward filing a lawsuit against the city of wauwatosa. shot anderson earlier this year. his family has filed notice-- saying they've seen dash camera video of the shooting and that anderson had his hands in the air when he was shot. it also questions how the police department processed the scene after the shooting. "there was an allegation there was a gun in the vehicle somewhere on the passenger side maybe the passenger seat unfortunately the wauwatosa police department after the shooting removed the handgun
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wauwatosa police say they won't release the video until the d-a decides whether the officer should be charged. the case remains under review. transit workers are still on strike in philadelphia. ...a look at the chaos it's causing commuters. and-- the southeast is still feeling the effects from a deadly pipeline explosion. ...how it could affect gas prices. plus-- new information about the missing malaysia airlines flight m-h- 3-70. ...what a new report is before the crash. "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
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commuter- chaos continues in philadelphia. this ... after transit workers go on strike ... halting bus-- trolley-- and subway service. fox's shaw-nette wilson has the latest. 30th street station tonight. most gazing at the boards to see if their regional rail train was canceled... still coming...and if so...when. jones says: "it looks like the train is about 57 minutes late so we're trying to figure out if we want to do uber or take the trip back, wait, grab some dinner or something." chris jones works in center city but lives in radnor. he and daniel sandberg were still in the city late tonight trying to
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sandberg says: "taking an uber everyday would not be a good solution." septa workers went on strike at midnight last night halting bus... trolley and subway service.... leaving only regional rail trains operating. and today picketers tried to interrupt that service too. mos says: "it seems a little like heavy handed. i understand they need to negotiate their contract and do what they need to do but seems like people trying to get in and out of the city should be able to do that." workers tried their best to make sure passengers boardd as soon as they pulled into the station. most are trying to be patient. sandberg says: "today i'm calm but if this continues to happen it could be a bit frustrating." others are coping with a little sense of humor saying their patience is already wearing thin. hersh says: "i am trained in boxing and some mixed martial arts so hopefully i don't have to use any of that ability."
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shortages and price hikes at the pump in the southeast. officials say it appears a piece of construction equipment hit the pipeline and triggered the blast...killing one worker and injuring five others the explosion has now shut down what is a major gasoline supply line to millions of people across the southeast. this deadly incident is the second to shut down this pipeline in just two months. a leak in september led to gas shortages and rising prices across the south. the company that operates says its gasoline line will likely remain shut down for the rest of this week. opening statements expected to begin today in the trial of a former south carolina police officer. he's charged with murder in the shooting death of an african-american man during a traffic stop. michael slager faces murder charges... for killing walter scott... back in april 2015. slager's attorney contends... there was more to the incident than what appeared on the video of
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fight between the pair and a tussle over the officer's taser. if convicted, slager faces 30 years to life. around the world now... new analysis suggests no one was controlling malaysia airlines flight m-h-3-70 when it disappeared. the report comes from the australian transport safety bureau. it gives the clearest picture yet of the missing jet's final moments-- as it descended at up to 25-thousand feet per minute. from kuala lumpur when it disappeared back 20-14. a total of 239 people were onboard. more than 30 chinese coal miners are dead from a gas explosion in an underground mine. china state media says the explosion trapped 33 miners in an underground mine. two mine workers did survive the blast-- but the 33 trapped were killed. rescuers have recovered all the
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the state administration of work safety, ordered an investigation, saying those responsible must be severely punished. china's mining industry has a long history of dangerous work conditions. a 4.8-magnitude tremor rattled italy yesterday. this comes after the damaging six-point- six magnitude earthquake on sunday. no one died in the quake over the weekend... but 20 people were injured. more than 30-thousand people are damage...and italy's government is setting up shelters. crews are now inspecting buildings in several towns ... which have been evacuated.
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scattered this afternoon and the temperature will begin to fall, however, we'll stay in the 50s. rain will taper off this evening and clouds will decrease
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and upper 40s. some clouds will linger into thursday, keeping us in the upper 50s, then sunny and quiet conditions return the rest of the week and into the weekend. we stay warmer than
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temperatures in the low to middle 60s. today: scattered rain showers. high: 58 wind: ne 5-10 mph tonight: decreasing clouds. low: 47 wind: nw 3-5 mph thursday: gradual clearing. high: 59 wind: nw-ne 5-10 mph friday: mostly sunny. am low: 40 high: 61 wind: wsw 5-10 mph saturday: mostly sunny. am low: 44 high: 61 wind: wnw 5-10 mph sunday: mostly sunny. am low: 43 high: 64 wind: sw 5-10 mph monday: mostly sunny. am low: 45 high: 64 wind: sw 5-15 mph showers will become more scattered this afternoon and the temperature will begin to fall, however, we'll stay in the 50s.
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overnight. lows will drop into the middle and upper 40s. some clouds will linger into thursday, keeping us in the upper 50s, then sunny and quiet conditions return the rest of the week and into the weekend. we stay warmer than normal with temperatures in the low to middle 60s. today: scattered rain showers. high: 58 wind: ne 5-10 mph tonight: decreasing clouds. low: 47 wind: nw 3-5 mph thursday: gradual clearing. high: 59 wind: nw-ne 5-10 mph friday: mostly sunny. am low: 40 high: 61 wind: wsw 1mph saturda5 gh: 64 wind: sw-15h hillary cli mmercial spendi for lwaukee-- a eucks say plar developmentis kel adquarters. ter not advertising llarinton is spendgiin theectio how much is she spending? how does that compare with
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2.the milwaukee bucks front office has worked hard to improve the fan experience for home games at the bmo harris bradley center. but thats not enough to motivate fans to buy season tickets. what are the bucks owners saying about building a
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with her retirement... so she picks up a job to keep her busy. what she's doing-- and how it's making people smile. it's not uncommon for autistic kids to flap their hands. and so when i saw that, that was completely disqualifying. i'm a republican, but this election is so much bigger than party.
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i don't always agree with her, but she's reasonable. and she's smart. she can work with people to solve problems. i want to be able to tell my kids that i did the right thing when it really mattered. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. tn th an economy rigged for the wealthy. and ron johnson's made it worse. johnson took a shady $10 million corporate payout, then went to washington and voted to protect corporate tax loopholes
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d privatizing social security, which would hand billions to wall street, and wants to eliminate the federal minimum wage. senator johnson works for wall street, not us. senate majority pac is responsible
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an 85-year-old woman-- bored by retirement in utah -- picked up a job to keep her busy. daniel woodruff shows you how she makes her customers' days -- anything but ordinary. at the macey's grocery store in pleasant grove. . nats "we have a lot of kids that come here that arev first job starts here. "they're 20 and under. then we have betty." "but around here i'm known as betty boop." who at 85 years young. . "come around here. i've got to bag something." is setting the bar for her co-workers. "betty can outwork all of us put together." "do y'all need me to slow down a little?" "you notice she doesn't move in slow motion." "she just does circles around everybody." "i said i don't know how to really slow down, but i'll try." "including myself." but this isn't betty's first time
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worked at another store for years and actually retired. "and i got bored. so i thought, well i'll come in and see if they'll hire me." and they did. "so i've been here. . my 15th year will be in march." nats over the year's betty's made a lot of friends. "we love betty." "hi tiff! hi nancy!" "she is the most giving, kind person." "honey when i got to to devil, i'm not going to be like this, i'm going to be going fast. he's going to have a r why we love betty." "how many stores do you know have their own betty boop?" and if you can't see her joy. . "she sings. as she's bagging she will sing." "i've walked in the bathroom and heard betty singing in the bathroom." "these are my fire guys." but the bond goes both ways. "and boy you ought to see the excitement on her face when the firefighters come in." "oh, be still my heart." it makes her day just as much as it makes there's. "oh yes, i love them. should i say that out
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the highlight of our trip to macey's every day." it's one of the reasons betty still works three days a week. . at least for now. remember in march she'll have been here 15 years. "then i'm thinking of retiring. i think." then again. . with betty. . you never know. "love you too." retirement hasn't exactly suited her before. and she says she's in no hurry to slow down. "when i quit, that's the day the devil minute. if he's going to catch me, honey, he's going to catch me as i'm going like this, he's not going to catch me like this. so i'm going to be fast. so it's going to take a time for him to catch me." daniel woodruff. . "i'm not ready for him to catch me yet."
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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. working overtime -- for ceos. let's protect social security, make college affordable for families and fix a tax system that rewards companies for exporting our jobs. i'm russ feingold and i approve this message because we need an economy
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big stories at 11:30. a pedestrian is hit and killed
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...hear from a man who says he saw the crash happen. two police officers are killed in an ambush-style attack in iowa... now a man is in custody. the latest on the investigation and where the suspect was arrested. showers today then sunshine the rest of the week. details coming up our big story at 11-30... a 17-year-old girl was hit and killed near 9th and oklahoma this morning. our deandra corinthios has more from the scene. police are investigating a fatal crash involving a pedestrian.
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the medical examiner was called out to the scene. officials say the victim was an
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of their own were shot and killed overnight... while sitting in their patrol cars. authorities now say they've captured the man who did it. fox's mike tobin is in chicago with more. an emotional morning for police in and around the iowa capitol. two des moines area officers are dead after being gunned down in their patrol cars. the shootings are being described as ambush-style attacks. parizek says: "..it doesn't look like there was any interaction between these officers and the coward who shot them while they sat in their cars... gets emotional scott michael greene - as a suspect. police later taking him into custody after warning he should be considered armed and dangerous. parizek says: "..we understand that the community has expectations of us and that's part of the service we provide. you're not gonna see any difference in the service we provide and the way we do it." when police responded to a call of shots fired shortly after 1 a-m they discovered an urbandale police officer who had been killed in his car. some twenty minutes later,
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the attacks occurring along main roads... about two miles apart. the shootings follow several high profile killings of police officers around the nation. a gunman killing five cops at a dallas protest in early july... the deadliest incident for u-s law enforcement since september eleventh. ten days later, a man fatally shot three officers in baton rouge, louisiana. on cam tag this is the first time an urbandale police officer was shot and killed in the line of duty. and, a des moines officer has not been shot and killed while serving since 19-77. in the midwest news hub, mike tobin, fox news. adlib to weather showers will become more scattered this afternoon and the temperature will begin to fall, however, we'll stay in the 50s. rain will taper off this evening and clouds will decrease overnight. lows will drop into the middle
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thursday, keeping us in the upper 50s, then sunny and quiet conditions return the rest of the week and into the weekend. we stay warmer than normal with temperatures in the low to middle 60s. today: scattered rain showers. high: 58 wind: ne 5-10 mph tonight: decreasing clouds. low: 47 wind: nw 3-5 mph a high speed chase on milwaukee's north side ends with three people in handcuffs. police say the car was taken during an armed robbery last night.
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one adult man...and two underage females were taken into custody at the scene. there were no injuries...and no other vehicles were involved. in racine county -- one person is dead after a motorcycle crash. it happened around nine last night in the town of raymond. someone called 9-1-1 after coming across a motorcycle that appeared to have hit a mailbox and a tree. emergency crews found the motorcyclist dead at the scene. authorities believe the crash happened hours before the 9-1-1 call reporting the accidt investigation..but speed and alcohol do not appear to a factor. now to a story only on fox six. a trail of blood leads to an arrest in connection to the death of a popular bar owner. but the charges aren't for homicide.... maurice cain is facing several drug charges after investigators say they stumbled on a drug operation in his apartment. mike patton was shot to death
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"bar manager" and subleased the apartment upstairs from patton. investigators say a trail of blood led them to kick in cain's door. inside, they say they found drugs including heroin, meth, cocaine, and marijuana as well as more than 125- thousand dollars in cash. police say their investigation into who killed patton--- continues. family members of jay anderson -- who died in an officer-involved shooting-- wauwatosa on notice... the family plans to take legal action.... saying errors in judgment.. and police training... led to their loved one's death. fox 6s derica williams has the developing story. its really rough every day is a struggle for jay anderson juniors father. same for his fiancee and mother of his child star delarosa, i seen the video numerous times and i felt like what i seen he did not deserve to get killed
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a notice of legal action against the city of wauwatosa. in the document, it says anderson was shot six times by a wauwatosa police officer who approached and then woke up anderson in his car. the video does show is mr anderson had his hands in the air. looking at it appears theres at least 2 time that his hands are above his head that are above his head come down it looks as though he is passing out or falling asleep the second time that happened, the officer opened fire... dash cam video captured 20 seconds moments prior to, during and after the shooting. in the video what i saw he was not capable of being a police officer he didnt do nothing right that night. his protocol was very wrong the notice claims the city and police department were also negligent in preserving the crime scene. there was an allegation there was a gun in the vehicle somewhere on the passenger side maybe the passenger seat unfortunately the wauwatosa police department
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after the shooting they never photographed it. the ?officer's background is also being questioned. 11 months prior to anderson's death, he killed another man in an officer-involved shooting. there's been information out there that hasnt been verifies as to how he was handling that if he had to get medical or psychiatric care whether he applied for disability and it was rejected the family -- along with the public and even government officials -- have been calling for the video to be released to we are told the district attorney's office still has not yet made a charging decision.. d williams fox 6 news. just days after they requested a liquor license-- the planners behind the "cosmopolitan" strip club have withdrawn their application. alderman tony zielinski says that might be because of new ordinances in the works to try and regulate adult entertainment. one item being considered -- a
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require dancers to stay 5 feet away from the patrons. the city has already lost nearly one million dollars in lawsuits-- due to outdated ordinances. our city attorneys have--have indicated, to us, that they recommend we change our ordinances, to insulate the city from any future, legal action. alderman zielinski says city attorneys are guiding their discussions-- but it could be months before anything gets enacted. the estabrook dam's days could be numbered... following a vote by zoning committee. city leaders voted 12-to-two yesterday in favor of a plan to rezone the deteriorating dam out of county park land. then, it'll be sold to the milwaukee metropolitan sewerage district for a dollar so they could tear it down. the world series is stirring up memories for one local woman... hear her story about playing for the all-american girls professional baseball league...nearly 75 years ago. and it's a sure sign of the
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cookie book is back.
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"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 matter." one of the tastiest traditions in milwaukee is back... the w-e energies cookie book is a prized possession each holiday season.... and we've been keeping tabs on this year's book since this summer. 2016's cookie book theme... community. last year-- more than 20-thousand cookie books were given away at miller park in just one day. you can mark your calendars now -- this year's giveaway will take place there on saturday. and another sign of the holidays... the city of milwaukee's christmas tree was harvested early this morning. the 38-foot colorado blue spruce came from a home on north 52nd street. then it was taken to city hall. the owner of the tree says
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a tree in their yard. rex hayes/ tree owner "22-24 years ago...we've tried trees, they never took. this one was bought by us. i put it in when it was 3 ft. tall. every since then, it kept growing and growing." the tree lighting ceremony is scheduled for thursday, november 17th at 5 p-m. toss to weather. showers will become more scattered this afternoon and the temperature will begin to fall,
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and clouds will decrease overnight. lows will drop into the middle and upper 40s. some clouds will linger into thursday, keeping us in the upper 50s, then return the rest of the week and into the weekend. we stay warmer than normal with temperatures in the low to middle 60s. today: scattered rain showers.
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tonight: decreasing clouds. low: 47 wind: nw 3-5 mph thursday: gradual clearing. high: 59 wind: nw-ne 5-10 mph friday: mostly sunny. am low: 40 high: 61 mostly sunny. am low: 44 high: 61 wind: wnw 5-10 mph sunday: mostly sunny. am low: 43 high: 64
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am low: 45 high: 64 wind: sw 5-15 mph showers will become more scattered this afternoon and the temperature will begin to fall, however, we'll stay in the 50s. rain will taper off this evening and clouds will decrease overnight. lows will drop into the middle and upper 40s. some clouds will linger into thursday, keeping us in the upper 50s, then sunny and quiet conditions return the rest of the week and into the weekend. we stay warmer than normal with temperatures in the low to middle 60s. today: scattered rain showers. high: 58 wind: ne 5-10 low: 47 wind: nw 3-5 mph thursday: gradual clearing. high: 59 wind: nw-ne 5-10 mph friday: mostly sunny. am low: 40 high: 61 wind: wsw 5-10 mph saturday: mostly sunny. am low: 44 high: 61 wind: wnw 5-10 mph sunday: mostly sunny. am low: 43 high: 64 wind: sw 5-10 mph monday: mostly sunny. am low: 45 high: 64 wind: sw 5-15hthey cou. male baseball plays had their o nearly 75 years a... and as x 6s derica williams shows u,those athletic and historic memories are being stirred up for many of them as the world series hits close to home. she didnt mind getting dirt in
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with all the boys with a love for basbeall...grace piskula spent her youth honing in on her skills. i played third base first base, i pitched one game, i won it after playing in the milwaukee recreational league her talents were recognized on a much bigger scale. i got call from mr. wrigley who called me up and said he had a job for me on the chicago chicks o chicks i was in chicago at the time at lacrosse cubs philip k. wrigley founded the all- american girls professional baseball league which piskula was fortunate to be part of. she played one year with the chicks before going on to become a player on the rockford peaches. looking at pictures and memorabilia she reminisces about the excitement of the game nearly three quarters of a century ago. nats 90 years old, and still an avid sports fan, shes happy to see baseball fever pick back up again as the
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game in 71 years. i think its a big event... a true milwaukee fan at heart... i wish the brewers were there but they are not but shes still eager to see history be made in the midwest... im still interested so i watch sure ill be having it on in milwaukee derica williams fox 6 news. stay with fox6 for all your world series coverage the m-l-b pregame starts t and stick around after... for the awards ceremony... and fox6 news at ten. in the tech world... the first
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what greases the gears in washington? money. and ron johnson fits right in. six years ago, johnson took a shady $10 million corporate payout, went to washington, then voted to protect $21 billion in tax breaks for the world's biggest oil companies. $21 billion.
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that's ron johnson. that's washington. and he fits right in. end citizens united is responsible for the content of this ad. johnson: social security is a legal ponzi scheme. end citizens united is responsible 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.
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technologies right now... a new device is small and easy to fly... but creates some amazing looking video. rich demuro explains in todays dji is one of the top drone companies ...their new mavic pro drone is so small... you can fold it up and fit it into a backpack. 4;47;14/those go to the side, the others flip right under... in my hands... the newest drone from dji... the mavic.. its so small... it folds up and fits in a backpack 4;39;57/people are most impressed with how small the drone actually is versus how powerful it is on board... a stabilized 4k camera that captures amazing video like
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miles away... the battery lasts nearly half an hour. nats... flying but the best part... 4;54;15/you can teach me how to fly this thing? absolutely! its super easy to fly, using your phone, a controller or a combination of both. nats... taking off in just a few minutes... i was airborne... maneuvering like a semi-pro 4;55;05/so just bring this up...simple up and down...ok that easy. mavic is pac it remembers where it took off... so it can land in the same spot 4;56;43/you click the home button here on your controller...you hold it... and thats it! crash avoidance is built in as well. 4;41;49/you can say i want you to stay away from objects at 6 feet, 10 feet or however many feet up to 20 a follow me mode tracks your subject and shoots video of them automatically... nats... camera shutter sound, then richs aerial
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you snap the perfect aerial selfie. 4;42;46/once the drone locks on to you you can actually gesture it to take pictures nats... impressively easy... with features fit for hollywood, but just about every industry is finding a use for this emerging technology. 4;44;00/youre going to see insurance adjustors that have a fleet of drones they can use when they do home inspections... and youre going to see people in emergency response having drones when they do search and rescue missions... the mavic pro starts at 750 dollars... that includes the built in 4k camera the device also has geofencing wont fly in restricted areas... like near airports. an economy rigged for the wealthy.
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llion corporate payout, then went to washington and voted to protect corporate tax loopholes for companies shipping wisconsin jobs overseas, supported privatizing social security, which would hand billions to wall street, and wants to eliminate the federal minimum wage. senator johnson works for wall street, not us. senate majority pac is responsible
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11. thanks for joining us at eleven. our next newscast is at four
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i spent many years as a nuclear missile launch officer. if the president gave the order we had to launch the missiles, i prayed that call would never come. [ radio chatter ] self control may be all that keeps these missiles from firing. [ sirens blearing ] i would bomb the [ beep] out of them. i want to be unpredictable. i love war. the thought of donald trump with nuclear weapons scares me to death. it should scare everyone.
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>> announcer: a bar brawl between exes... >> she's like, "oh, you're dancing with all these girls." i'm attractive. like, it's what i do. i'm a dancer. [ laughter ] this is what i do. >> judge judy: i have to tell you, in all honesty... i don't find you that attractive. >> announcer: now this ladies' man is dancing around the facts. >> she tried to gouge my eyes out. >> judge judy: so, is what you're telling me, you bit her because she scratched you? >> yes. >> judge judy: just tell the truth, and you don't have to have a good memory. >> 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 22-year-old nicole crobak is suing her ex-boyfriend 23-year-old calvin johnson for a loan for dental work and for
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