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make sure he was not armed with a bomb. we had a negotiator on scene today that had initial contact with him through the robot the hazardous device sent in. overall i'd describe our suspect today as cooperative. he followed the instructions we gave him. that helped defuse the situation rather quickly the suspect was arrested but the danger wasn't over. the device was still inside and the kenosha county hazardous device unit used a robot to bring it out. they detonated it. not once, not twice but three times to make sure it wasn't live. there was a device that appeared to be explosives . as far as having wires and everything like that whtt know at this point when the danger their cars and the mall was reopened. police say they have the suspect in custody and are right now investigating to determine how and why what should have been a quiet day at the bank, was anything but. kenosha police say there were no injuries and they are currently interviewing the suspect who is under arrest . live in kenosha myra sanchick fox6 news
connection to a kenosha homicide. here are four of the suspects -- charged with first degree intentional homicide. authorities won't release the mugshot of the fifth suspect -- because he's only 16 years old. the suspects are accused of shooting and killed "willie owens" last monday. prosecutors say there was some sort of fight in the home. all five suspects returned later and shot owens. the woman convicted of killing two men in a crash last december is 24-year-old jasmine ray will also serve another ten years of extended supervision. 59-year-old darrell thompson and 57- year-old terry jackson were killed in the crash on the morning of december 30th. ray pleaded guilty in september to two counts of homicide by vehicle -- and use of a controlled substance. were learning more about the victims of a deadly crash on i-94 wednesday night in dane county. three milwaukee accountants were killed-- and a
state patrol says an suv drove against traffic... colliding with two vehicles. fox6s madeline anderson joins us with more. the four co-workers-- all in their twenties-- were coming back from a recruiting and networking event in la crosse when the crash occurred. the company they worked for... ritz- holman... said yesterday it lost three of its best and brightest. today... their loved ones told me over the phone... they were just as special in their personal lives. branches become bare... we're reminded the holiday season is fast approaching. she loves christmas. its hard to imagine holidays without her. but for kellly radtke... what used to be a happy time now brings heartache. this is the first year her younger sister wont be around for the celebrations. the person that i would just sit and joke with at all family parties isnt going to be there. like, we had so much stuff that was just between the two of us, and like now, no ones going to get it. kim radtke was killed
deerfield struck the car she was in. with her... clenton hall of waterloo and katey pasqualini of milwaukee.. who also died... and brian falk of whitefish bay... who suffered serious injuries. its a lot to deal with. i knew more than one person in that car. katey's mother melodee pasqualini says her daughter and clenton were in love im angry that they didnt get to fulfill their lives, they didnt get to get children. wisconsin state patrol says the driver of the suv suffered life- threartening injuries. alcohol may be a contributing factor. kelly says no matter what the cause is... it won't bring back her 28-year-old sister who had just bought a house in pewaukee and gotten a puppy with her long-time boyfriend. she was talking to my mom about how she was going to decorate her new house because it was her first christmas there. she was just starting her life. another car was hit in that crash... the driver.. a
ongoing. no charges have been filed at this time. vice- president joe biden goes on the attack against donald trump and senator ron johnson during a campaign stop in madison. political reporter theo keith is just back from that rally. he joins us from the newsroom. biden was here to campaign for hillary clinton. but it was clear he was also trying to shore up support for russ feingold. madison, vice president joe biden spent just as much time knocking senator ron johnson as he did donald trump. biden clearly knew this: russ feingold is now in a dead heat with johnson, leading by a single point in the marquette law school poll ... while hillary clinton is ahead of trump by six. these guys are from the same policy perspective. they seem to be carbon copies of each other not in character, but in terms of their positions johnson
days, appearing at a rally in eau claire together this week. senator johnson introduced mr. trump at an event they jointly did and he referred to them as the ronald and donald show. well folks, given a choice, ill take ronald mcdonald feingold, who has watched his double-digit lead evaporate, echoed the criticism of johnson. he will never vote with you against the corporations the clinton campaign says more than showed up. less than a mile from the university of wisconsin campus biden embraced reducing the cost of college and increasing the minimum wage. he saved some criticism for trump. he is thoroughly unprepared and unqualified to be commander in chief of the united states of america biden is the latest surrogate to campaign on clinton's behalf in wisconsin. clinton hasn't been here once during the general election. republicans said his visit showed democrats were hitting the "panic button" about
bev thanks theo during a ron johnson campaign stop today featuring house speaker paul ryan in mosinee -- a power outage caused some problems shortly before the event began... associated press reporter scott bauer tweeting this picture this morning... you can see -- well, not much inside "crystal finish systems" -- because of the outage... so instead -- they moved the event outside... where ryan made a pitch for johnson -- while johnson himself focused on russ feingold. "i'm up to ve driving myself around the state so we'll keep doing that. we just come out here and we just tell wisconsinites the truth. the fact that senator feingold has been lying about obamacare, been a complete phony about so many different issues, has no record of accomplishment versus myself." meanwhile -- the presidential candidates are covering as much ground as possible before tuesday... today -- donald trump makes stops in new hampshire -- ohio --
he'll be here in our area on sunday -- holding a rally at the state fair grounds in west allis... his running mate mike pence will be in mukwonago tomorrow -- appearing with paul ryan and ron johnson. as for hillary clinton... she appeared earlier today in pittsburgh before heading to detroit. a primary focus at many of her campaign rallies have been early voting -- and actually getting people to the polls before election day. it appears that's a message that has resonated with voters here in milwaukee. city leaders anun 2012 has already been broken -- and more votes are expected. if you do plan to vote in milwaukee before election day on tuesday... today is your last chance to register and cast a ballot at early voting sites. polling locations in the city will be open tomorrow -- but only for voters who are already registered. you can still register- and- vote on election day. meanwhile -- one republican leader is looking ahead to
a.j. bayatpour is live at midtown shopping center, one of ?three voting locations in milwaukee with that story... milwaukee officials say in addition to downtown there have been two additional sites - this one for the north side has had a line out the door all day. speaker robin vos says republicans will likely revisit the issue next year. he says its a matter of having the same set of rules statewide. the line is a constant friday afternoon at the early voting location in midtown shopping center. a day earlier, milwaukee mayor tom barrett announces more than 38-thousand city voters already cast ballots - a record for the city. we always felt that if we had more locations and more hours, that more people would want to vote early. milwaukee can have extended early voting hours and three early polling places thanks for a federal
judge james peterson struck down limitations passed by the republican-led legislature. their argument is uniform early voting hours ensure an even playing field for rural communities that cant afford to staff multiple locations and hours that match milwaukees. the judge disagreed, writing 'i am persuaded that this law was specifically targeted to curtail voting in milwaukee without any other legitimate purpose.' we always felt our vote was being suppressed. attorney rick esenberg, from the conservative wisconsin institute for law and liberty expects at least part of the judges under appeal, to be overturned. at least the striking down of the limitation on the length of the early voting period is likely to be reversed. esenberg says republicans could move to eliminate early voting entirely - after all, there are 13 states that dont have it. he says, thats unlikely though, instead, seeing a possible push to make uniform early voting hours while allowing milwaukee
possibility... maybe providing additional resources to smaller communities. we left messages for speaker voss office but havent heard back. early voting in milwaukee continues until 7 tonight...then runs from noon to 5 tomorrow. this is the last day people can register to vote at the polling place until election day. live in midtown, a.j. bayatpour, fox 6 news. ben thanks aj rallies, polls and more. keep track of it all when you visit fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app. just click the politics tab. 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.
dying the chicago river blue before the parade and massive rally... and it was massive... hundreds of thousands of people lining city streets as the team paraded from wrigley field down to grant park... that's where thousands more were waiting to welcome the team -- and the world series trophy for the first time 108 years. little boy is badly hurt. up next... why west allis police believe the fire was started ... on purpose. plus... milwaukee gets a head start on celebrating veterans day. where you can see the city's big parade... another day with highs in the 60s, find out how much warmer
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. 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
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 - people want an economy that delivers for them. man: we just need a fair shake, and, russ, i think you need a bigger van. russ: i'm russ feingold and i approve this
message. a 6-year-old boy is badly burned after someone set fire to his familys west allis home. fox 6s derica williams reports, the blaze happened after a night of trick- or -treating. now the family has a child in the hospital.. and the search is on for an arsonist. i'm just hoping someone finds out something what they want to find out... is why someone set fire to their home... and
couldnt take it fredrick wright has been at children's hospital since early sunday morning... ?staying with his son dominick, who was hurt in the fire. wake up, fire alarm is going off kid is screaming his head off, dominicks parents stepped away from his bed.. to ?tell me what their little boy went through... im rushing to the living room he is huddled in the corner by the chair, i pushed him aside and immediately try to fires all in my living room the ?fire caused severe injuries. mostly second degree burns minor 3rd degree burns from his feet to his upper thighs, both legs his blanket got burned while he was probably sleeping he probably threw the blanket down and walked right through it right through the fire all the result-- of arson. they said there was a slit in the screen there was no slit
apparently used to start the fire. the wrights are now focused on lifting their sons spirits.. and hoping police find who's responsible. ive never seen my son depressed i just want justice i just want justice for dominick and justice for us because whoever did this is a monster and he/she needs to be caught west allis police ask that anyone with information.. to come forward. you can remain anonymous and there is a cash reward up to five thousand dollars available the west allis police department, the arson hotline or the west allis crime stoppers. we have all those numbers listed for you on our website. it's time for your news and weather together. the former milwaukee police officer who shot and killed sylville smith enters a plea of not guilty on separate charges. dominique heaggan-brown was arrested last month... on charges of sexual assault... allegedly with four different victims. last night, milwaukee's fire and police
a result of those charges. a woman who was on the fbi's most wanted list is heading to prison. a milwaukee county judge sentenced tequila cole to 30- years behind bars today. cole pleaded guilty to homicide charges back in september for the 2014 murder of alonna thomas. police say cole shot and killed thomas during an argument near 29-th and locust. cole turned herself in back in may at the milwaukee county jail. you can catch veterans day parade tomorrow in downtown milwaukee. more than one-thousand veterans and military from all over southeastern wisconsin will be marching through the streets. it all starts at 11 in the morning and ends at the war memorial. there-- they'll have military displays to honor those lost in service to our country.
weather we're on track for a few days sunshine and above average temperatures. tonight we'll stay clear and drop to the low and mid 40s. tomorrow will be mostly sunny and even warmer, reaching the mid 60s. by sunday we have a chance to reach the upper 60s. the sunshine will work week. my monday night we have a slight chance for showers. we should be dry tuesday, but partly cloudy skies stick around. tonight: clear. low: 43 wind: w 3-7 mph saturday: mostly sunny and warm. high: 65 wind: wsw
feel anything like ?winter is coming -- a holiday tradition is now underway. after the break... we'll tell you the goal the salvation army has set for its annual red kettle campaign.. army has set for its annual red kettle campaign.. over 80,000 wisconsin jobs losto nator johnson sided with corporate interests, calling for even more unfair trade,
voting for special tax breaks for corporations shipping jobs overseas, costing taxpayers billions. and johnson's been exposed for using what looks like an offshore tax shelter for himself. ron johnson's just not for us. senate majority pac is responsible
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army's red kettles are back for another season of giving. fox6's carl deffenbaugh has more on the campaign. as of friday morning, a familiar sound was back in the air. the ringing of bells marking an unofficial start to the holidays. 'we begin on the streets, in front of the stores. our annual red kettle campaign begins today. youll hear the bell until christmas eve.' that sound is synonymous with the red kettle campaign, the salvation armys largest fundraiser of the year. 'the money thats collected helps individuals right now,
budget for the coming year.' accompanying the familiar sound was a familiar face at fridays kickoff breakfast. fox six's very own tom pipines helping set the course for this years drive. 'this years lofty goal is, everybody, four million dollars.' thats four million dollars in just milwaukee county alone. by black friday there will be kettles at around 100 locations throughout the area. and the need is very real. sleeping in salvation army beds every night of the year. were helping families, were giving away toys, were giving away food. all types of assistance.' and all it takes to help out is literally-- a drop in a bucket. carl deffenbaugh fox6 news. according to major merritt -- the money raised in milwaukee county helps support more than 80 critical programs and services that the salvation army runs throughout the area.
kettle, you can donate to the salvation army -- or even volunteer your time. visit fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app -- and click the "links" tab to find out how. an attempted bank robbery earlier this week lead to a high speed chase ?through three different counties... just ahead...
...how officers communicated with each other -- as multiple law enforcement agencies tracked down a suspect on the run. plus... trouble in turkey... a dozen federal lawmakers are
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." i don't want a president who makes fun of me. i want a president who inspires me, and that's not donald trump.
there's turmoil in turkey -- as protesters fight with government officials. at least eight people
are dead after a car bomb explodes... and the clashes continue. benjamin hall has the latest. chyrons: diyarba 0:12-0:24 binali yildirim/ turkish prime minister voice of translator 0:43-0:53 adem geveri/ hdp lawmaker voice of translator 0:54-1:11 istanbul, turkey 1:12-1:23 frank-walter steinmeier/germany foreign minister voice of translator 1:24-1:36 benjamin hall / london, england / fox news correspondent on cam fox news tag a deadly car bomb explodes in turkey's southeast region... claiming lives and leaving a trail of destruction in the streets. turkish officials are calling it an act of terror. yildirim says: "it showed again its mean and disgusting face. early in the morning, at a point where the riot police were stationed in an area where the citizens were going to work, children going to school, a car loaded with a bomb detonated." the bombing comes just hours after at least a dozen pro-kurdish legislators