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really sad. now at 4:30... two parents-- accused of abusing their infant. what injuries the child is suffering from as police continue to investigate. also this morning... the milwaue shot and killed sylville smith is officially fired.. the latest on the case and what we can expect to see from him in court today. good morning and thanks for starting your day with wakeup. lets go straight to our fox6 weather expert rob haswell in the weather office. temperatures falling into the low 40s in the city by sunrise, 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. friday: sunny. high: 61
milwaukee police-- investigating a shooting overnight that sends one man to the hospit walking into his home near 88-th and capitol just before 11 last night. that's when a suspect shot at him several times -- hitting him once. a friend took the victim to the hospital. police are still searching for a suspect. also overnight... an armed robbery leads police on chase. police say they saw a vehicle used by suspects after an armed robbery near 10th and center street around 7-45 last night. officers tried to pull the suspect over, but they sped off. police chased after them... the suspect then stopped and ran out of the car. officers caught the suspect near
person was taken into custody. new details now about a crash on i-94 in dane county that leaves four people dead and two others hurt. angelica joins us from the newsroom with the latest. we're now learning three of those killed - and one of the injured - all worked at a milwaukee accounting firm. a spokeswoman for ritz-holman c-p-a says the victims were coming home from a recruiting and networking event at u-w la crosse. kim radtke, clenton hall, and katey pasqualini were all accountants at ritz-holman...and died in the crash. brian falk, a supervisor at the firm, received serious injuries. 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 listed in critical condition. the lone occupant of the other vehicle also died. 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
night, they're professional. they're going to take care of this job." officials say alcohol is believed to have played a role in the crash. kim and jessob. back to you. the man -- charged with killing a woman he says he hired for sex-- is expected in court today. justin sykes is accused of killing kayla bauske baw-ski last week near arlington and hamilton.the criminal complaint says sykes hired bauske as an escort, bu dollars in it was missing. he allegedly tried to stop her from leaving, when he strangled her. the complaint also states a police officer found her body in a plastic tote. his preliminary hearing is scheduled for 8-30 this morning. the milwaukee police officer who shot and killed sylville smith -- is scheduled to be arraigned on separate sexual assault charges today. the fire and police commission upheld police chief ed flynn's decision to fire dominique haeggan-brown last night. the officer had been on paid leave since the august shooting of sylville smith, who police say was armed and
toward officers. heaggan-brown was then arrested on sexual assault charges less than two weeks ago. his arraignment is set for 8-30 this morning. two caledonia parents are accused of abusing their infant. the baby had fractures on his skull and bleeding on his brain. the parents say they didn't do anything wrong. jest wongs-nuss gest wangsness and krystal hall face charges of abuse and neglect.investigators say hall took the the injuries were so great, the infant required treatment in milwaukee when the parents were questioned by police--they denied abuse. the baby was previously treated at a hospital after his tongue was bleeding. the parents say that was due to an accident with a syringe. a neighbor says he's waiting to hear the whole story. it could've been an accident. i'm not going to judge. we are told the infants injuries are not life threatening. a milwaukee charitable
hack. the hackers are accused of creating documents... claiming the bradley foundation gave millions to the clinton campaign. i-t experts tell fox6 news this type of hacking is actually fairly common. i-t experts tell fox6 news this type of hacking is actually fairly common. in a statement to fox 6 news, bradley foundation officials say they are working with the fbi to investigate the hack and with security experts to prevent future security breaches. meanwhile... the state department releases its latest batch of emails from hillary clinton's use of a private email server. nearly 13-hundred pages were released under court order... including a series of largely redacted emails from 2010... discussing the release from wikileaks of more than 250-thousand diplomatic cables. some of those cables featured harsh critiques of foreign leaders. 350 more pages are expected to be released today. the election is just four days away and it's already a record-breaker.. milwaukee beat its own early-voting record set back in
as of wednesday - more than 38- thousand people have cast in-person absentee ballots.. that's already 2-thousand more than the last presidential election.. and that number is likely to go up. milwaukee mayor tom barrett credits expanded voting hours -- and more places to early vote for the rise in numbers. 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. now the deadline to register for and saturday is the last day to early vote in the city. but keep in mind -- you will be able to do so on election day. we'll have much more on that coming up in a live report at five here on wakeup. on the campaign front-- vice president joe biden will be in madison today campaigning for hillary clinton. and former first daughter chelsea clinton made a visit to milwaukee yesterday -- stumping for her mother. she was at anodyne coffee in walker's point encouraging people to vote before november 8-th.
state several times - wednesday she was in eau claire and oshkosh. meanwhile-- we're learning republican presidential candidate donald trump will be in west allis on sunday. he campaigned in florida yesterday- lashing out against his opponent. 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 remember -- fox6 is the station to watch on election night. we will bring you expert analysis, results and reaction throughout the night on november 8th and here the top soccer team in the ivy league-- now forfeiting the rest of the season. why harvard university suspended its men's soccer team. some changes could be coming to milwaukee public schools... what the superintendent has planned for the next school year. time now 4:xx you're taking a live look outside this morning.. dense fog this morning then sunny and near 60 today! right now . what the weekend holds
temperatures falling into the low 40s in the city by sunrise, 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. friday: sunny. high: 61 wind: sw 5-10
the halls of public schools in milwaukee will look different under one of several ideas proposed by the m- p-s superintendent. 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 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 what theyre doing rather than to change. among the ideas: a uniform policy and starting the school
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, their shoe sizes, their coats. in a statement, the teachers union president says in part 'we believe that educators, parents, and students are best equipped to make school and classroom decisions and should 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
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. penn state is paying up... how much they're being fined following the jerry sandusky case. a woman-- missing for two months-- is found alive. where she was and how investigat deliberations-- haulted in the new jersey bridgegate trial. what the defense is calling for in the case. time now 4:xx you're taking a live look outside this morning.. another dense fog advisory this morning but then the sun takes over. right now with highs near 60. when we might see some rain next. you are watching the fox 6
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-- is foiund alive -- chained like a dog in a storage container. and the man whose property the storage container was on is now in custody. this all happened in woodruff, south carolina. police say 30-year-old kala brown and her boyfriend disappeared back in august. but police found brown chained by the neck in a metal container about 50 miles from her home yesterday morning. investigators found her after hearing banging from inside the container. "she's alive and well and she's obviously traumatized. she tod that container for two months. it's by god's grace that she's alive, that's the absolute truth." the suspect ---todd kohlhepp -- was arrested and charged with kidnapping. he's a convicted sex offender and was also convicted of a kidnapping in arizona in 19-87. kala's boyfriend is still missing... and authorities fear he could be dead. the case remains under
search the property for other missing people. meanwhile-- defense attorneys in the new jersey bridgegate trial have filed a motion for a mistrial. yesterday was slated to be the fourth day of deliberations for the federal jury assigned to the case. bridget kelly and bill baroni are former officials with ties to new jersey governor chris christie. they are each charged with seven criminal counts -- including conspiracy and fraud-- for their alleged involvement in the 20-13 lane closures of the george washington bridge. to pay more than two million dollars in fines. but first-- the harvard university men's soccer team -- once in first place -- now suspended. angelica joins us from the newsroom with more. harvard university discovered evidence that the team has a tradition of putting out vulgar and explicit reports on the female soccer players -- ranking them by their attractiveness. members of the team reportedly called it their "scouting report." the ranking system was originally only linked to the 2012 team...
doing it. the athletics director sent an email to student athletes saying the university would forfeit its remaining games of the season. the soccer team was in first place in the ivy league. the u-s department of education has slapped a 2 point 4-million-dollar fine on penn state university in the wake of the jerry sandusky case. the department accuses penn state of violating the clery act. it requires universities to report crimes that happen on campus. state department officials say penn state failed to report allegations abusing children. the former football defensive coordinator is appealing his 20-12 conviction of sexually abusing ten boys in 20-12. kim back to you. a resort on the vegas strip closed overnight due to a power outage. thousands of guests and gamblers displaced by the outage at the paris hotel and casino. crews working on a damaged power line. displaced by the outage at the paris hotel and casino. crews working on a damaged power line. according to caesars officials -- the fire alarm systems were not working properly due to low
firefighters had to rescue 11 people trapped in 5 stopped elevators. forecast from fox6 chief meteorologist rob haswell high pressure settles over our area today and them moves slowly to our east creating a nice sw breeze highs today will get to near 60 again today and we continue to warm through the weekend with highs in the mid 60s both saturday and sunday. we stay mild on monday but slowly lose our perfectly sunny conditions. by monday night, we might see a few showers. we dry up again by early tuesday morning and we should have a nice election day. today: sunny. high: 60 wind: sw 5-10 mph tonight: clear. low: 44 wind: w 3-7 mph saturday: mostly sunny. high: 64 wind: sw 5-10 mph sunday: mostly sunny. am low: 45 high: 66 wind: sw 5-10 mph monday: mostly sunny with a chance for a few showers at night. am low: 46 high: 64 wind: sw 5-10 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy and coole w: 47high: 60 wd: ne 5-1m w: 45 high: 58 wind: e 5-10 mph high: 64 wind: sw 5-10h sunday:m w: 4hh: wind: sw 5-10 mph
ght. am low: 46 g 64 wind: sw 5d oler. alow: 47high: 60 wind: nem w: 45 hh: nd: e 5-10 mph morning and we should have a nice election day. today: sunny. high: 60 wind: sw 5-10 mph tonight: clear. low: 44 wind: w 3-7 mph saturday: mostly sunny. high: 64 wind: sw 5-10 mph sunday: mostly sunny. am low: 45 high: 66 wind: sw 5-10 mph monday: mostly sunny with a ance for a few showers at nday: mostly sunny with a ance for a few showers at night. am low: 46 high: 64 wind: sw 5-10mph tuesdd oler.m low: 47gh: 60wind: ne 5- dnesday:partly sunny. low: 45high: 58 wind: e 5-10 m5 high: 66 wind: sw 5-10 mph monday: mostly sunny with a chance for a few showers at night. am low: 46 high: 64 wind: sw 5-10 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy and cooler. am low: 47 high: 60 wind: ne 5-10 mph wednesday:partly sunny. am tuesday: mostly cloudy and cooler. am low: 47 high: 60 wind: ne 5-10 mph wednesday:partly sunny. am low: 45 high: 58 wind: e 5-10 mph wednesday:partly sunny. am low: 45 high: 58 wind: e 5-10 mph am low: 45 high: 58 wind: e 5-10 mph wednesday:partly sunny. am low: 45 high: 58 wind: e 5-10 mph kohls will open on thanksgiving tuesday: mostly cloudy and cooler. am low: 47 high: 60 wind: ne 5-10 mph wednesday:partly sunny. am low: 45 high:
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 -- when the company also opened at 6 p-m on thanksgiving. the milwaukee salvation army is kicking off its red kettle campaign today the campaign will begin with its annual pancake breakfast at the milwaukee public market. the organization hopes to raise 4 million dollars this year across the country. the salvation army provides food for the hungry... among other social service programs. 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 in pere marquette park.
fireworks and even a visit from santa. the holiday lights festival runs through january first. and it's never too early to give your christmas list to santa. santa claus will be at brookfield square mall starting tomorrow-- and he's not going anywhere til christmas eve. this year you can even buy a "fastpass" in advance to jump to the front of the line. we've posted the details on our website-- fox6 now dot com. is helping you get some sleep... and all you have to do is watch t-v. and then at six... louisville slugger-- commemorating a historic cubs victory. we'll take a look at the special baseball bats and details on where you can buy them. and the celebrations continue in chicago. the details on today's
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the party is still going on in chicago-- the home of the 20-16 world series
champions. a big parade and rally is set for this morning. it all starts at wrigley field at ten, and ends with a rally at grant park at noon. and although the cubs weren't playing on their home field wednesday night-- thousands of fans flocked to game. the wrigley field webcam caught the moment outside the stadium, when the cubs actually won... and the reaction is priceless. go go go yeah! now to top the fans' priceless reaction-- take a listen to this -- the cubs world series win, in other different languages.
negative ads and there's noise and there's distractions. and sometimes the temptation is to tune it out and you just want to focus on the cubs winning the world series. cheers which, by the way, even for a white sox fan, is a pretty big deal. south side!" the president goes on to say the last time the cubs won the world series-- in 1908-- thomas edison was alive and sliced bread hadn't been making this win -- for cubs fans -- the actual greatest thing since sliced bread. the president also called cubs manager joe maddon to congratulate him
last chance for early voting in milwaukee. how many ballots were already cast ahead of election day. we break down the numbers... another dense fog advisory in effect for western counties this morning. some areas with very limited visibility. chief meteorologist rob haswell has more on when conditions will clear up. the weather. rob's weather high pressure settles over our area today and them moves slowly to our east creating a nice sw breeze bringing in warmer air. highs today will get to near 60 again today and we continue to warm through the weekend with highs in the mid 60s both saturday and sunday. we stay mild on monday but slowly lose our perfectly sunny conditions. by monday night, we