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horrific crash on i-94 in dane county overnight kills four people and injures two more.. and tonight we've learned three of those killed - and one of the injured - all worked at a milwaukee accounting firm. our bret lemoine is live downtown tonight with reaction from some very distraught colleagues. the building behind me, confirm four of the victims identities. in an emotional statement, a spokeswoman says the victims were returning home from a recruiting and networking event at u-w la crosse for accounting students. kim radtke of milwaukee .... clenton hall of waterloo ...and katey pasqualini of milwaukee - were all senior staff accountants at ritz-holman...and died in the
at the firm, received serious injuries and is undergoing emergency treatment.police say an s-u-v was driving the wrong way on eye-94 near deerfield and hit the accountants car... and one other vehicle. the driver of the s-u-v is from waunakee and is in critical condition. the lone occupant of the other vehicle, a man from northbrook illinois, also died. the company spokeswoman tells us, 'our family at ritz-holman is shocked at this tragedy and incomprehensible loss of three of our the families of brian, kim, clenton and katey in your thoughts and prayers as we all struggle to understand this senseless tragedy and unfathomable loss.' even for investigators on scene... this was a devastating accident. sgt. william miller says: "we're humans too -- and when you see this kind of damage and carnage out there, it's very difficult to process. i know that my people out there that were working last night, they're professional. they're going to take care of this job." officials say alcohol is believed to have played a role
fox6 news/ brad thank bret now to our big story - a caledonia couple is accused of abusing their month old baby. authorities suspected child abuse after the infant was taken to the hospital. investigators say the baby had skull fractures and bleeding on the brain. fox 6's ashley sears is here with why parents say they did nothing wrong. police say the father told authorities he was roughing housing with baby and got parenting advice from he said he never thought he was hurting the infant. nats: cars off charles street in caledonia-- reminders of halloween are left on one home-- but it's what authorities say happened inside that may be the scariest. nats??? gest jest wangsness wongs-nuss and krystal hall are accused of physically abusing their month old baby.investigators say hall
infant required treatment in milwaukee-- according to a criminal complaint, the 33 day old baby had "4 fractures to his skull and was bleeding on the brain." he also had a "... broken rib...and broken bones on his right leg." doctors believed "the fractures were caused by abuse." 30:31 i'm really shocked and i'm really sad. neighbors say they don't know the couple well-- but knew they had recently had a child. 31:07 i saw the balloons and i knew parents were questioned by police--they denied abuse. wangsness told police "he plays with the baby kind of rough sometimes."adding he would "play airplane...and swing him around..." other times he "would bounce him on his knee" and at times the infant would fall off.wangsness said he learned parenting skills from youtube video. neighbors say they are waiting for the whole story-- 32:17 it could've been an accident. i'm not going to
hospital one week prior after his tongue was bleeding. the parents says that was due to an accident with a syringe. we are told the infant's injuries are not life threatening. both parents have been charged with abuse and neglect. brad? a brown deer police officer charged for shooting a man outside a milwaukee county bus - will go to trial. devon kraemer is charged with aggravated battery with the use of a dangerous weapon after an incident in march. she and another officer took a kraemer says she could not get his arm in place to cuff him and said she shot him in the back. that man was seriously injured.. he has already filed a lawsuit.. members of the black panther group were in court to watch proceedings. so we're putting everyone on notice, the mayor, the governor, politicians, county executive, county supervisors, alderman. this has to change or we will force you to change it, by any means
she's free on a five thousand dollar signature bond. she's back in court at the end of the month. the milwaukee police officer who shot and killed sylville smith is officially fired... tonight - the fire and police commission upheld police chief ed flynn's decision to fire dominique haeggan-brown police say it's the result of an internal investigation of accusations made against dominique heaggan-brown. the officer had been on paid leave since the august shooting of sylville smith, who police say was armed from police before raising his gun toward officers. heaggan-brown was then arrested on sexual assault charges less than two weeks ago. he allegedly assaulted a man at his apartment after the two were drinking at a bar while watching coverage of the violent protests. a retired kenosha county sheriff's captain is formally charged with four counts of sexual assault. clarence mielke is accused of having intercourse with a woman at his employment--- carey manor. it's an assistant living facility in
which does not allow her to give consent. in court he was ordered to pay a ten thousand dollar cash bond and turn in his passport. his attorney says they question the statements make by the victim. "unfortunately this poor lady has huntington's disease but it affects her physically and neurologically but also cognitively." the facility was ordered to shut down and transfer all of their patients elsewhere. they were also fined ten thousand dollars. milwaukee police - investigating a bizarre incident at the craig mote they say a 22-year-old man entered the school on 76th and congress. he then locked himself in an office and refused to exit. he was eventually arrested without incident. the man was not affiliated with the school. he could face disorderly conduct charges and possession of drug paraphernalia. clear skies tonight with temperatures falling through the 50s this evening. we will stay clear overnight with temperatures falling into
middle 30s inland. high pressure will dominate our weather through the weekend. sunny and mild on friday with highs in the 60s. mostly sunny and nice both saturday and sunday with highs in the middle 60s. tonight: clear skies. 30s inland. low: 41 wind: ne 5 mph friday: sunny. high: 61 wind: sw 5-10 mph saturday: mostly sunny. am low: 43 high: 65 mostly sunny. am low: 45 high: 66 wind: sw 5-10
you decide coverage now - just 5 days until the election.. and it's already a record-breaker.. milwaukee beat its own early-voting record... set back in 2012. this year -- and more votes are still coming in. ted perry is in the newsroom to explain. brad - as of wednesday - more than 38-thousand people have cast in-person absentee ballots.. than the last presidential election.. and it will likely go up since saturday is the last day to early vote in the city. so why the higher totals? milwaukee mayor tom barrett credits expanded voting hours -- and more places to early vote. barrett says: "people want to have that convenience, they don't want to wait in line on election day -- or they might have a schedule that requires them to vote early. city officials estimate close to 50-thousand will have early voted in
voters citywide. and remember - tomorrow at 7 p-m is the deadline to register to vote prior to the election. keep in mind -- you will be able to do so on election day. reporting in the newsroom, ted perry, fox six news. early voting - a main theme this election.. especially from former first daughter chelsea clinton. she was at anodyne coffee in walker's point today- stumping for her mother - and encouraging people to vote befor clinton has been in the state several times - yesterday she was in eau claire and oshkosh. tomorrow - vice president joe biden will be in madison campaigning for hillary clinton. republican presidential candidate donald trump in florida - lashing out against his opponent today he focused on the f-b-i investigation into clinton's emails. most polls show a close race in florida between trump and clinton. and tonight we've learned trump will be in west allis on sunday. remember -- fox6 is the station
analysis, results and reaction throughout the night on november 8th. he's a vice principal at a milwaukee school he's also a convicted criminal. but that doesn't stop him from running this voucher school on milwaukee's northwest side. so how can this happen? the fox6 investigators get you answers. plus, remember this video? a corrections officer decked by an inmate. now, we know what the suspect's future holds. milwaukee for more than one million dollars. the landlord who's finally been stopped -- at least for now. those stories are coming up in the next 9
words from a milwaukee landlord in court today.. who is being sued by the city. the city is suing to recover money for deceptive real estate practices... and to stop him from making future purchases. the city's efforts to stop mohommad choudry's real estate ventures were successful-- at least for now. a complaint accuses him of concealing in fake company names.. or using a real ?name without that person's permission. today the court ordered choudry not to buy any more properties in milwaukee... and he had to turn over his current properties to a city receiver who will now manage them. 'its a big win because an individual who is essentially operating in the shadows for 7 years in now brought to light and im glad to see theres a proper person who is going to manage the properties hes acquired.' this temporary injunction doesnt remove choudry as the legal owner of
will return to court next month. the lawsuit by the city is seeking more than 1-and-a-quarter million dollars from choudry. the inmate caught on camera attacking a corrections officer in racine - is now charged. you can see 17 year old deonte anderson turn away from the officer - then whirl back around and sucker punch him in the chin. other staff members quickly responded and the officer is ok. anderson now faces a felony battery charge.. he was already in jail on armed robbery charges with a dangerous weapon... and possession of a a fatal industrial accident in cudahy. it happened at a-t-i forged products - near grange and packard avenue - that's the former ladish building a 49-year-old oak creek man was killed. a 48-year-old man from cudahy was injured. now word yet on what exactly happened. when you tell fox6 investigator meghan dwyer you don't want to talk to her, she's likely to keep trying. and keep digging. and that's how she found out a milwaukee voucher school hired a convicted criminal to be one of its principals.
story. there are some people who have questioned the accountability of voucher schools. one reason vouchers are different from public schools is because teachers don't need teaching licenses. and one local principal, we've found, doesn't need a clean background check, either. 'do you guys work here? this is a school right?'one year ago we first tried to speak to someone at hickman academy. 'its a school, we dont want to tal a nice day...their gonna go, goodbye...call the administrator tomorrow. ive been calling. well call again. ive been emailing. well call again, see you later bye. why are you getting such an attitude with me? because we don't want you in the building."hickman academy is a choice school on the northwest side of milwaukee . it used to be a daycare. in 2009 it was investigated for its ties to drug dealers, who police suspected were using the daycare as a front. as a daycare, hickman academy received more than 12-
it's receives about two million dollars a year. and as the fox6 investigators have uncovered, it's vice principal is a convicted criminal. "i am good to work in the school. thats the most i can say."the fox6 investigators have reported extensively on voucher school leaders in wisconsin. "when these schools you have never heard of show up one day and people get a glossy flyer saying enroll your student today for a great education...you know, everything that glitte gold.' many voucher school leaders dont even have backgrounds in education - a sticking point for choice school opponents like congressman pocan. 'we would never tolerate that in the public school system.' hickmans vice principal jeff montgomery used to work as an insurance agent. he got caught pocketing premiums from elderly clients and was convicted of embezzlement in 2005. now he leads this voucher school. his resume shows
of more than 2-million dollars a year - and all of it is public money. "is this a good time to talk to you, mr. montgomery? i am not going to talk on air. i can tell you my background check is clean." thats what he told the wisconsin department of children and families, too, when he applied for a license to run a day care. records show he denied ever being convicted of a crime - and state officials never caught it. 'i trust him. he probably turned over a new leaf. he made a according to the milwaukee police department hes currently under investigation for writing bad checks. "i can tell you hickman academy does current background checks, so my background is good. i am good to work in the school. thats the most i can say." montgomery has filed for bankruptcy seven times. he owes the state money for unemployment benefits he shouldnt have received. and court records show he owes 50-thousand dollars in child support - all of which could bar him from obtaining a teaching license and working in a public
tried to open his own school. he raised about 4-thousand dollars on go fund me, but the school never got off the ground. 'we had people who used funds to buy cadillacs, we had people who said they could read a book by putting their hand on it, and they were getting public funds. now weve cleaned up some of that, a little bit of it but theres still a lot of other accountability problems. we showed parents montgomerys mugshot.most had no clue he had a criminal conviction. 'no, i didnt know that.' "no telling what else he could 'probably turned over a new leaf. i will keep my eyes on him though.' we followed up with montgomery off camera and asked him to sit down with us to talk about his past record. he said he would call us back to arrange a meeting, but never did. most of the people he stole from were elderly and have since passed away. he did pay that money back in 2012. did he try to work in the public schools first?
has never applied for a teaching license with the state of wisconsin. still ahead - seeking justice.. and hoping 50-thousand dollars will help find it.. the milwaukee woman mission to find a murderer. and getting a raise. the milwaukee county board approves a wage increase.. how much and how soon. approves a wage increase.. how much and how
soon. an economy rigged for the wealthy. and ron johnson's made it worse. johnson took a shady $10 million corporate payout, d 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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the new milwaukee county ordinance approved today that could give thousands of people a raise.. how much and when.. and a local girl more than holds her own on the football field.... find out why she is not just one of the guys, ahead on fox six news at nine... get your morning started with fox6 wakeup at 4:30-- count on us for breaking news, weather and traffic updates until 9am. need to fix your cell phone but don't have the time? the ap then, wine, beer and food, country music and china lights. the events you don't want to miss this weekend. tomorrow on wakeup! break break the best part of the turkey is the giblets. cook the turkey upside down and it will baste itself. i like my turkey carved thick! everyone's got an opinion when it comes to turkey. even subway. our new thick-cut autumn carved turkey sandwich has all-white-meat, no artificial preservatives or flavors, and is topped with sliced cheddar and sweet cranberry mustard sauce
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senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. she says shes been patient. now, shes prepared to put up some ?serious cash. a milwaukee womans quest for justice in the summertime shooting death of her foster daughter has her offering a reward. justin williams has the developing story.
zulkowskis four- year-old grandson. gio asks, everyday, to see pictures of his mom, everyday. he sleeps with her obituary. thursday, zulkowski describes the difficulty she and gio are having in dealing with the death of her foster daughter, and his mother, ebony taylor. the holidays are coming ... gios birthdays coming ... the 25-year-old taylor was shot and killed, around 11-15, the night of july 13th, while sitting on a porch, near answers. somebody needs to be held accountable. but, zulkowski explains, with police telling her they no longer have a person of interest identified, she figures a considerable cash reward could convince someone to come forward. so, thursday, shes offers a 50- thousand dollar reward for information which leads to the arrest and conviction of the person, or people, responsible for the shooting. there, really, is not a price that you could put on ebonys life, but it is, absolutely, everything that i have, and i wanna give
bring justice. zulkowski says she wants to show gio that theres a consequence for what happened to his mother, and that the bad guys cant win. she asks anyone who may have information which could contribute to this investigation to contact milwaukee police. this is the latest, in milwaukee. im justin williams, fox 6 news. west allis police offering a reward in an arson case. they say someone intentionally set a fire at the lincoln crest apartments near 102nd and rogers early sunday. a small child was severely burned. if you know anything call west allis police. bring it on boys! that's what one shorewood middle school girl is saying. she's playing offense, defense and special teams for her youth football team, that's all boys.
tom pipines goes beyond the game. football is usually seen as a game for boys and men. but shorewood 8th grader sabina lofton is changing all that. "just playing the sport, i've always loved football." this is actually sabina's third season of playing with the boys. sabina is a defensive tackle, an offensive guard, and also the long snappe get hit. "i just kind of do my job, do what the coaches tell me to do, i don't really mind that much because its football, that's how you play." her family was a big reason for her decision to play football. "my brothers and my dad they've always played and this is the sport they taught me and why don't i try it and i ended up loving it." her dad, darrell lofton, has plenty of
"i also coached the wisconsin warriors which is a milwaukee semi-pro women's football and that was her first experience in football. she was very young and probably doesn't remember it but that was her first experience seeing all women play football." but even with his experience, letting his daughter battle in the trenches with boys, wasn't an easy decision... especially for mom. "obviously as parents we worry football is rough, but i wife that as long as i was involved and coaching her and teaching her the right way to tackle, the right way to hit to avoid concussions that she'd be ok." and she's been more than ok. this year, sabina was named a captain of her middle school team. something coach john curran say she's earned. "she's someone who had to do a lot of different things for us, as then as time went on we relied on her to be a leader and be our best blocker, our
line." sabina isn't just the only girl on her team, there are only boys in her league. but her family and coaches say that's never been a problem. "i think once they said ok she can hit just as hard she can run just as fast and she can do all the same things we can do and she's helping the team and then she became part of the team at that point." "she's just part of the team a and just sort of makes us wish we had more girls be interested." sabina has tried to recruit some her girlfriends to play. but that has been unsuccessful. "some of them were like we have other sports we like, and no i could never do that." so could we be seeing sabina making blocks and tackles at the prep level next year? "i'm kind of still deciding if i'll play high school or not, i kind of want to but it will be a little different." whatever she decides, she has the support of her family. "we want to encourage all of our kids to do whatever they want to do as long as they are willing to do it well and give everything they can to it then so be it." --- ---
volleyball and wants to do track in the spring. and if she doesn't play football next year in high school, her dad says she has shown some interest in rugby. a new way of thinking for milwaukee public school.. should kids be required to wear uniforms? what about starting the school year in august? reaction to the new strategy. and tom pipines - in love with pudge! but does pudge love the pack? the pup picks - next! a beautiful stretch of weather on the way. i'll have your fox6 forecast coming up. russ: as i've traveled to all 72 counties, i've heard from a lot of people. including seniors, concerned that ron johnson is going
to turn medicare into a voucher program. senior: don't let it happen russ. russ: i've heard from families in need of good paying jobs. blue collar guy: ron johnson's trade deals help other countries, not us. russ: the bottom line -
can the back rebound this weekend and get a win over the colts? will the pup from the humane society pick the pack? pip has some of the answers as he's with an adorable pup for the al
"good evening everybody, breaking news from pups pick land ol' pip is in love at this advance stage of life tell you why in a moment. last week the packers lost a heartbreaker in atlanta against the falcons. and for the first time this season the pups picked the opponent, making their pick correct. will they return to picking the pack this week? angela speed from the wisconsin humane society joins us with pudge. i'm in love
pudge. tell us about pudge. "he is the most adorable little dog with just the cutest markings, cutest face. but he is just a ball of fun. he's a spitfire, loves to chase around loves his toys. he's just 5-months old so he has a lot of years to make some family happy. he's available for adoption with so many wonderful dogs, cats and small animals at the humae society. "how could you say no to those eyes that beautiful face. and speed to burn aaron rodgers take heed, pay about pudge and all the great pets at the wisconsin humane society by going to our website, fox6now.com/sports . alright pudge you're on, it's time to play ball, make your pick. you going colts, andrew luck and company or the pack to rebound at home? oh yeah, right to the packers i think we are going to have 5 and 3 when it's all said and done. pudge we thank you so much for joining
fast start for the pack and and then the colts? no i'm sorry he picked packers first. what do you say angela?" "he's cute i don't know if he's so smart we will see." "you know we are going to go pack, he's just a hungry little dude that's for sure, thank you so much for joining us. "thank you." a beautiful day and it's only going to get better.. weather expert tom wachs is coming up with the forecast. police say she scammed a brown deer woman out of packers ticket.. but apparently she wasn't done e police, too! and the so-called fight for a living wage in milwaukee appears to be successful. when people will start getting raises. when i was one year old, i was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer on my spinal chord.
but i spent my whole life fighting back. so you can imagine what i thought when i saw donald trump say... "i don't know what i said, ah, i don't remember!" "that reporter he is talking about suffers from a chronic condition that impairs movement of his arms."
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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. a wisconsin senator, protecting tax breaks for oil companies. that's ron johnson. that's washington. and he fits right in. end citizens united is responsible
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. my son max can't live in trump world. so i'm crossing party lines and voting for hillary. i don't always agree with her, but she's reasonable. and she's smart. she can work with people to solve problems. able to tell my kids that i did the right thing when it really mattered.
politically conservative organization based in milwaukee admits someone got into its computers--but they say one particular email is a phony. why they're so strong denying what's in that l also at ten--take a chance on me. students finding a very 2016 way of paying for college. "i think it could be very effective for people who have enough sources." is it the right approach to keep you out of crippling debt? that's tonight at ten. lodge kohler is now taking reservations. it's the upscale hotel being built in the green bay packers titletown district next to lambeau field --
launched. guests can call or book online for july through december 2017... along with the website -- the kohler company is also offering a glimpse of the rooms with new renderings. you can get a closer look on our website -- fox6 now dot com and the fox6 news app. kohls will open on thanksgiving this year. but you won't have to wait for the sales... the retailer plans to begin black friday deals online on november 21st -- the monday before black friday. kohl's is keeping track with last year at 6 p-m on thanksgiving. for more business news - go to fox 6 now dot com for a link to the
weather clear skies tonight with temperatures falling through the 50s this evening. we will stay clear overnight with temperatures falling into the low 40s in the city by sunrise, middle 30s inland. high pressure will dominate our sunny and mild on friday with highs in the 60s. mostly sunny and nice both saturday and sunday with highs in the middle 60s. tonight: clear skies. 30s inland. low: 41 wind: ne 5 mph friday: sunny. high: 61 wind: sw 5-10 mph saturday: mostly sunny.
mark your calendars! the 18th annual milwaukee holiday lights festival kicks off on november 17th. the six-week celebration begins with a switch-flipping ceremony at 6:30 p.m. in pere marquette park. there will performances - fireworks and even a visit from santa. the holiday lights festival runs through january 1st. milwaukee area are thankful they now have one essential winter item: a coat. for decades, fox6 has been proud to partner with ?the salvation army for the annual "coats for kids" drive. deandra corinthios ?shows how all your donations are being ?put to good use. "yeah...08 42 purple looks good on you" one year old yaneli pinto...is ready for colder temperatures. but mom cynthia...still needs
little ones and then one for myself" there are more than six thousand coats...at the salvation armys distribution center on milwaukees northwest side. "these coats have been professionally cleaned, the zippers have been checked" the coats are free to anyone in need, no questions asked. "we certainly dont want anyone to go without that is the role of the salvation army to provide for those who are in need" "all of the coats at the warehouse are organized by size. the whole place is organized like a department store, so when you get here youll let them know how many coats you need for your family. then you will be assigned a salvation army volunteer who personal shopper" "10 -12 for girls ...thats this way" keeping up with growing children on a budget... is a challenge. "they sprout...one minute she was a size 12 now she is into a 2 t so it gets to be struggle" hundreds of families wait their turn...in the same situation... "we have 65!" its a tough time of year "its halloween, thanksgiving, christmas, and then new years
grateful to all those who donated ... "it gives you that little help. that anybody needs you know" to keep her little ones warm. in milwaukee deandra corinthios fox6 news. there are 10 new bublr bikes stations in milwaukee. city leaders were on hand today for the celebration. this addition extends the bike sharing system to new locations in all directions of downtown. there are now 57 bublr stations around the city. a brown deer veteran out of packers tickets -- is arrested in florida! port saint lucie police found "tammy lam" after they were tipped off by brown deer police. lam allegedly sold fake tickets to nicole hoffman on craigslist back in august for the packers, vikings game. hoffman paid lam 550 dollars - and then, lam disappeared. she told florida police she was refunding the money - she even showed police fake "refund receipts." as a kind gesture--
hoffman in september. the death of a 17-year-old girl - hit by a school bus on milwaukee's south side is ruled an accident. friends and family members gathered last night to remember marisol sah-bye-ohs. the crash happened yesterday morning near 9th and oklahoma. sah-bye-ohs was a senior at rufus king high school. her brother says that's where she was headed when she was hit. a muskego teen is found safe after being reported missing this morning... the 15-year-old girl her home sometime around 7 o'clock... she apparently left a note saying she was going for a run... when she didnt return her parents called police. she was later found around 11-30 this morning... muskego police will only say the circumstances of her disappearance remain unclear. a 64-year-old hunter is found safe after getting lost in racine county... he was found last night in the hoosier creek public hunting grounds near burlington. deputies and the burlington fire department organized a search -- and tracked him using cellphone
humane association is telling dog owners to be cautious-- seven dogs have been reported missing in recent days. the collars wereleft behind on tie outs, and one collar was cut. all of the dogs are large breed and weigh more than 75 pounds. pet owners should check their dogs regularly when outside. many workers in milwaukee county will soon get a raise. today - the milwaukee county board voted in favor of increasing the minimum wage within the county to $15 by 2022. on january first - the wage would raise $12.25. then to $13 on january 1, 2018, and increase it by $.50 every year until it reaches $15 on january 1, 2022. right now the minimum wage is $7.25 and hour. the halls of public schools in milwaukee will look different under one
from uniforms, to when the school year starts... a marquette senior fellow who follows public education here says its the most sweeping set of plans m-p-s has seen in years. a.j. bayatpour has the latest. superintendent darienne driver presented the plan before the school board at tuesday nights meeting. alan borsuk bor-sick has covered the district for 20 years and now tracks local public education as a senior fellow at marquette. it does have its bold elements. i should add the competition isnt too stiff; they really havent done bold things and have been very much in a mode of trying to defend wh to change. among the ideas: a uniform policy and starting the school year in august. the kids need the education and when they stay off too long, they seem to forget things. m-p-s families who talked to us were mostly in favor of uniforms, believing it could help prevent bullying and audrey sanders thinks shed save money shopping for her four grandkids. very expensive, very expensive. you gotta think about the clothes, their sizes,
union president says in part 'we believe that educators, parents, and students are best equipped to make school and classroom decisions and should be included in the conversation.' borsuk says the proposals are, at least in part, a message to the state legislature that the district is serious about turning itself around. some of the republican legislators have already said everythings on the table when it comes to mps. i think they want to be perceived as confronting their problems. when it comes to mps. i think they want to be perceived as confronting their problems. m-p-s says this presentation was just meant to open a conversation with a school board and see what members like. the district expects this conversation to continue in the coming weeks and months. reporting from m-p-s headquarters, a.j. bayatpour, fox 6 news.
now at 10-- police say a caledonia dad tried to blame youtube after his baby boy is treated for bleeding on the brain. tonight, the parents charged with child abuse plus-- a milwaukee accountants dead-- and a fourth fighting for his life. and-- hackers hit a milwaukee non- profit. "it is definitely a real threat. its becoming a business" we begin tonight with that fox 6 exclusive... a milwaukee charitable foundation--with conservative political leanings is hacked! the hackers allegedly creating documents claiming the bradley foundation gave millions to the clinton campaign. fox 6's brittany shannon spoke to an election expert who says the
political trickery has been around for decades... but the internet has changed the game... "now its morphed into a new kind of existence that its online its a forgery its fake" how political expert, mordecai lee explains a cyber hack into the bradley foundation's network monday. "this is really bizarre" a group called "anonymous globo" taking credit for the hack tuea letter appearing to be from bradley foundation administrators asking that 150 million dollars be sent to hillary clinton's campaign. the bradley foundation tells us the document was fabricated. "here you have a right of center foundation supposedly giving money to hillary clinton on the left of center. not only is that illegal but its totally illogical politically" i-t expert, jared olson, says this type of hacking is common... "its