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avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember."
"12:15:58 hello wisconsin!" just 3 days
until the election. "12:07 folks, this is going to be a razor thin margin in wisconsin." "in every location, people are working their tails off. " and both parties -- making maybe their ig wisconsin. "look at the consequences, the stakes of this election. " ..before you decide, who will win on tuesday. we start with breaking news -- chaos on the campaign trail. secret service agents rushed donald trump off the stage at a speech in reno, nevada. it happened in the last hour. trump was rushed from the stage after an incident in the crowd near the front of the stage. swat police officers showed up immediately after it happened and detained a man.
weapon was found on the man. several attendees at the rally said they saw a trump supporter raise a sign-- and then the scuffle happened. trump returned to the podium after several minutes unharmed. now to our big story at 9: it was finally going to happen. house speaker paul ryan was planning to campaign with donald trump on sunday in west allis... but then -- one day after the event went on the calendar -- trump canceled it. political reporter theo keith talked with ryan about the presidential race today. on stagein mukwonago, house speaker paul ryan campaigns with donald trump's running mate mike pence. and he says, he planned to be with trump in west allis on sunday. if our nominee came to west allis and i was in wisconsin, i was going to show up. why? because i think we need to unify as republicans and get out the vote but trump canceled the rally, citing a scheduling conflict. the 3 p-m event coincided with the packers-colts game at lambeau. trump will go to michigan and minnesota instead, but ryan
to armchair quarterback their campaign decisions. i think hes going to minnesota also because its close there. i think theyre going to a lot of different states that theyre close in. plus, mike pence is here in wisconsin today this week, pence said ryan should remain speaker -- then heaped praise on him in front of a friendy crowd saturday. paul ryan is one of the great conservative leaders in the united states of america, and wisconsin should be proud in turn, ryan blasted hillary clinton for having "scandal after scandal." but when this chant started... crowd: lock her up!ryan pivoted away. idea. lets make sure she never becomes president of the united states in the first place! hows that sound? cheers trump, though, is running out of time to get the full support of apprehensive republican voters in the milwaukee suburbs that are critical to his chances. thats what we were trying to do here with the pence rally — try to get everybody to come home. get republicans to unify. and look at the consequences, the stakes of this election. with trump canceling his rally planned for sunday in west allis, this mike pence appearance here will probably be the last time
directly before the election. in mukwonago, theo keith, fox6 news while trump won't be here -- republican vice- presidential nominee mike pence made a campaign stop in mukwonago-- encouraging voters to support the g-o-p on tuesday. fox 6's ashley sears has more. 12:15:58 hello wisconsin! at field park in mukonago-- republican vice presidential nominee mike pence-- greets the crowd with message-- with you today, three days away from a great victory all across the state of wisconsin and all across the united states of america. he joins wisconsin republican leaders in effort to push g-o-p voters to the polls. encouraging republicans to reach out to fellow republicans this election. 12:38:50 its time to come home and elect donald trump as the next president. it's time to come home and re-elect speaker
of representatives. it's time to come home and re-elect ron johnson into a republican majority. with an especially tight senate race-- senator ron johnson becomes a clear focus. according to the latest marquette law school poll, democratic senate nominee russ feingold is just one point ahead republican senator ron johnson. 12:07 folks, this is going to be a razor thin margin in wisconsin criticizes his opponent for big government initiatives and supporting what he calls a failed affordable care act. 03:41 hillary clinton and russ feingold have been career politicians for more than 30 years. they're the people who gave us obamacare. they're the people that create this mess. the crowd rallies behind the nominees-- nats: 42:17 usa! usa! whether others were listening--will be determined tuesday. 12:42: we will make america great again! lets get it done wisconsin! standup: 03:59 it will be a very
n will be making stops across the state through tuesday. reporting in mukwonago, ashley sears fox 6 news. the democratic challenger russ feingold -- on the campaign trail across the state today. he was stumping for votes in eau claire, stevens point and madison. feingold's tour ended in madison ... where he carried pizza to a loud crowd at the democratic coordinated campaign office. he stressed the need to reach out to undecided voters. " that's what we need to do. so i try to motivate people to keep doing it. i'll state today. we were in hudson, we were in eau claire, we were in stevens point, and we were here, and in every location, people are working their tails off. " feingold will continue on the campaign trail this weekend -- as polls show a virtual tie in the race. dozens gathered at the ibew headquarters in milwaukee for a canvas kick off with senator tammy baldwin. fox6's angelica sanchez spoke with volunteers there. she joins us in the studio with more. angelica? ben and beverly-- the common
to vote democratic. senator tammy baldwin believes enough momentum is building in wisconsin to swing in clinton's favor. volunteers hope they can help make the difference in getting clinton in the oval office. at the age of 63 volunteer denise brown says this is a historic election. "this is the big one. i've never seen anything like this." she's partnered up with a friend to knock on as many the hopes of bringing the clinton kaine ticket to the white house as well as locking down russ feingold in his close race for the u.s. senate. "get out and vote democratic all the way down the ballot." on saturday dozens of volunteers poured into the ibew headquarters for a canvass kick off with senator tammy baldwin. ---where she stumped for the
partner in the united states senate not somebody who cancels the votes that i cast on your behalf." she stressed the importance of the next three days. " i feel like there is good momentum in the state of wisconsin although we're a swing state so we don't want to let up until the end until kickoff was democratic candidate ryan solen --running against incumbent speaker paul ryan in the first district. " i know i'm a long shot candidate people have called me that for a long time i get to be the underdog but i'm okay with that." " i care about people that's why i'm doing this." and come tuesday the people will decide the next course of history. "don't sit this one out because everything depends on it" in total seven canvas kickoff events for the clinton campaign launched today across the state with several more launching tomorrow. back to
across florida -- speaking through a storm as she was rained on in pembroke pines. tim kaine spoke in sara-sota, florida today -- but will be in wisconsin tomorrow. he has stops planned in milwaukee, green bay and la crosse. 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. clear tonight with temperatures falling into the middle 40s inland to likely and may be dense at times. after morning fog conditions sunday will be exactly like today with sunshine and near record highs in the upper 60s. a few showers are possible monday night then partly sunny on election day with temperatures near 60. temperatures will be cooler and closer to normal by friday with highs in
you've likely heard of harvesting when it comes to crops-- ? what about election ballots? we'll tell you what it is, and why one state is making sure it's banned before election day. and, f-b-i- officials say they've been warned about al-queda planning terrorist attacks before election day. we'll hear from someone briefed on the intelligence. and saying thank you! the veterans parade makes its way through downtown milwaukee. just
building a healthier community - today aurora west allis medical center held a conference on the abuse of prescription
drugs. among the speakers today - attorney general brad schimmel:: who reached out to medical professionals, about the practices behind prescribing the medications. julie collins brings reality. prescription medications can be found in nearly every household - 'these medications can be used for pain, back pain and other times theyre used just for fun and then of course it snowballs.' that is when the drug no longer
'people become depend on it, they want more and end up engaging in all kinds of illegal activities in order to get it and it takes over their lives.' dr. michael bohn is an addiction psychiatrist. hes seen the drug abuse problem evolve. 'in the early 1990s when we would see heroin addicts they were quite rare, even in milwaukee and 90% of them were from inner city...' that not the case now - 'opioid abuse and addiction is a huge problem and it largely has to do community and thats a big issue.' student kari dyer is studying to become a family nurse practitioner - her and fellow classmates came to the aurora west allis medical center to learn more about prescription pain medication abuse 'we know that were going to be the future prescribes so its good that were all here learning this stuff so that we can all come together and change these practices in the future.'
general brad schimmel. the educational event was also a chance for the public to turn in unused, expired prescription medication that will be properly disposed of. in west allis. julie collins. fox 6 news. we at fox 6 are committed to keeping you safe. click on the dose of reality tab on fox six now dot com for more information-- and ways to get help, if you or someone you know is battling addiction. the red cross is helping eight people displaced ate morning fire in mukwonago. just after five this morning firefighters were called to this apartment complex on michaels court. investigators say the fire started in the storage space on the balcony of one of the second floor units -- and then went to the attic and the roof. it's not clear what caused the fire -- but damage is estimated at around a hundred thousand dollars. no on was hurt. senior f-b-i officials say they've been warned about al-qaeda planning terrorist attacks in three
presidential election. sources say no specific locations are mentioned in the three states of virginia-- texas-- and new york - and the intelligence is still being assessed. election officials in those states say that voters will be safe on election day. a california representative briefed on the attacks spoke about it to c-n-n. here you have al qaeda that is still trying to prove that it is lethal, still trying to compete with isis, isis losing its caliphate, trying to lash out so there this election and you know put those in context, we have these concerns every election but i have to say i think there's more of a concern than i've seen in the past. members of local joint terrorism task forces are asking people if they see something say something. with election day just a few days away, a federal judge in arizona just weighed- in on a new law that will ban ballot harvesting. fox's will carr has the latest.
republicans and democrats are doing everything they can to cut down on vote fraud and voter intimidation on election day. especially in swing states like arizona where the supreme court just weighed in on a new law that bans ballot harvesting that means political groups collect ballots from voters in bulk and then turn them in. its been an important part in the democratic party vow to vote effort in arizona but the supreme court on saturday upheld the ban. bottom li harvesting a felony with some exceptions on tuesday. the arizona republican party weighing in saying that ballot harvesting was banned because it threatened the integrity of our elections. the supreme court has determined arizona voters are entitled to protections that create honest elections. also in arizona a federal judge has refused to issue an injunction sought by democrats which would of ordered republicans not to engage in illegal voter intimidation tactics at the polls
democrats have not shown enough evidence that republicans were planning to take part in voter intimidation. at the same time the arizona republican party chairman says thousands of donald trump and sheriff arpario signs have been disappearing or been vandalized over the past couple of days. arpario is facing his closest re-election campaign in decades. will carr fox news. in person, early voting is over-- as of today. ...why it was so successful. ...and the records it shattered. plus-- showing appreciation to those who served. the veteran's parade was more than a thousand- strong..of veterans and military members. ...the message delivered today. video captures someone luring a dog from its home. ...why officials say it may not be what it seems. ...and how the family hopes to get the dog back. tomorrow is the sixth...that means its time for buddy check six.
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all the details and sign up. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember." he's going like "i don't remember!? over 80,000 wisconsin jobs lost to unfair trade. but senator johnson sided with corporate interests, calling for even more unfair trade, voting for special tax breaks for corporations
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 for the content of this advertising. russ feingold: in the senate there's a
choice- you can go along with the rigged system, or you can stand for something that matters. i stand with wisconsin working families. going to all 72 counties, i know how hard you work and how wages aren't keeping up. senator johnson stands with ceo's tax breaks for companies that ship jobs overseas. i'll take on the rigged system. and work to build an economy that works for everyone. i'm russ feingold and i approve this message
veterans were honored this morning as folks showed their support and gave thanks. fox 6s derica williams was
there as the veterans parade made its way through town. nats preparing...finding the beat. nats but there is no need to drum up support. nats praise was gladly given to those who proudly served our
everywhere for doing what they do. gearing up to pay homage, participants reflect on the reason for the ride. its a nice day and everyone is down here but when you're a vet and you're in the army and marines you dont have nice days you got bad days all day. you're out in the wind day snow and mud that why we support recognizing sacrifice and showing they care. nats more than 1000 veterans and militaryme southeastern wisconsin rode.. nats and marched through the streets of downtown milwaukee. its all about giving back to the veterans all the ones that are forgotten for veteran larry reihbrandt, receiving cheers it actually gives me goose bumps and salutes were extra special. just knowing what i experienced back then that time and era all the drama all the pain all the suffering it just hits home when this many people come out to support what we all love and we all need to do in our lives nats' taking place on the saturday prior to veterans day,
giving people a chance to pay tribute while teaching generations. its really important for them to know its something that been going on since we were an infant country there's been military and they always been there to protect us. when kids are surrounded by and see it they appreciate and respect it more the parade ended her at the war memorial but the day of honor continues inside with military displays and a memorial service to honor those who died serving our country. in clear tonight with temperatures falling into the middle 40s inland to upper 40s lakeside. areas of fog likely and may be dense at times. after morning fog conditions sunday will be exactly like today with sunshine and near record highs in the upper 60s. a few showers are possible monday night then partly sunny
extended hours and more voting locations had on voter turnout. and-- the we energies cookie book is here!! ...how many tens of thousands of people came out to get one this morning. he's in
his senior season and ready for it all to tip off. but one uwm player has other aspirations off the court. tim van vooren goes beyond the
is calling it a success. for
the first time, milwaukee offered multiple early voting places-- and longer hours, including weekends. but that ended today. fox6s jonathon gregg reports...more people than ever are voting early. he joins us live downtown. yes, nearly 20-thousand more in- and today was the last day to do it..and up until the end there was a steady stream of people taking advantage of early absentee voting. with the foot-traffic of a trendy new restaurant, 'if you create a culture of voting....' voters came pouring in. 'people do turn out and vote.'
'its very convenient for my wife and i to come out here on a saturday.' for the final time this election, serving those voting early. 'absolutely. getting it in at the buzzer.' november 5th is the very last day of early, in person voting in milwaukee 'weve provided 725 hours of early voting.' the zeilder building being one of three early polling places in the city. and lets just sa has never it has never been this rhobust. 'weve seen over 50-thousand votes a pretty amazing number.' neil albrecht is the director of milwaukees election commission..he says it took the city 10 years to expand early voting from one location and from 10 business days to six weeks. albrecht says the numbers dont lie. 'for a municipality the size of milwaukee we need those extended hours. we need those weekend hours.' which helps thousands of more
was very good, especially for a working mom like myself. it was convenient. it went fast. ' and for anyone expecting a busy day .'this tuesday...catching the last of early voting makes a whole lot of sense. 'i usually do it day off but i have to work overtime on tuesday so i figured id do it today early voting is over..all that is left before us is the general election. the milwaukee voting commission says you can register on the spot but you'll bring a valid photo i-d and it's always of address. a we energy bill will do the trick. reporting downtown., jonathon gregg fox6 news. bev thanks jon if you didn't make it to absentee voting -- for many election day is a paid holiday. general motors is one of many companies that make election day a paid holiday. other companies include
publishing, patagonia, mattress company casper and digital media company thrillist. ford sent an email to workers telling them: "every. vote. counts." however -- there is no federal law requiring workers get time off to vote and state laws vary. 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. player at u-w-m who hopes to score as big on the court this season as he already has off the court. tim van vooren goes beyond the game... sometimes it all kind of hits cody wichmann.... 144352 "i am kind of the veteran around here... it's kind of weird to say." 144355 it's weird because wichmann says he feels like he was a freshman just a blink ago... and it's also weird because so many of the guys he expected to be
gone.... a trio of panthers transferred out of the program when there was a transition from rob jeter to lavall jordan at coach last spring... now the top returning scorer on the team, wichmann is right where he wants to be... 144925 "i've built great relationships with everybody in the business school here and" 144929 144938 "i want to finish what i started." 144940 wichmann is one of those student- athletes who really does prioritze the school part of things.... while helping pulaski high school to a championship, cody helped himself academically by earning several college credits... thus, he was in a great position when he showed up on milwaukee's east side... 144444 "i actually wanted to be a doctor, i sat in my first anatomy class and i thought, not for me... so i went to my advisor" 144453 144459 "he's like why don't we just get you into an accounting class and see what the business school is like.... fell in love with it, that's where i got my degree in three years.... pretty exciting and now i'm in the masters program." 144505 the school is understandably impressed by how
his mom.... 144841 "she wants me to play basketball as long as i can but after that, you need something to fall back on.... looking back on it, she was right.... for the first time." 144851 very happy on his life path and on campus, wichmann can only hope to find some happiness on the court, too... he can dream about his final season approximating his first season, when the panthers made the ncaa tournament... 145028 "you guys aren't supposed to be very good.... do you believe that ?? really..... it helps to kind of play with a chip on our shoulders.... i've been telling people what happened freshman year.... we were picked last and look what happened, so we'll just have to see." 145045 spoken like a true veteran.... at uwm, tim van vooren, fox six sports... it's a milwaukee tradition that brings out huge crowds every
book! if you missed out -- where you'll still be able to score one tomorrow. plus-- ? could hackers disrupt the elections on tuesday?...why homeland security is concerned.. and what's already been breached. after a gorgeous day with temperatures well into the 60s, we get to do it all over again tomorrow! details coming up tomorrow! details coming up hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and
i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? seriously..."vo: clear thinking... donald trump: "i know the generals do, believe me." vo: and calm judgment. donald trump: "and you can tell them to go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move. donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of
milwaukee's favorite traditions happened this morning. tens of thousands of people came out -- hoping to get a copy of the we energies cookie book for free. its chalk full of recipes for holiday favorite cookies made by famous wisconsinites. those who attend also got free cookies - hot chocolate and a chance to take pictures with mrs. clause and a few reindeer. people began lining up 2 hours early for
the first time weve ever done anything like this and i want to make it a tradition.' we energies estimated 30- thousand people showed up for this years give-a-way. if you missed today -- another is planned at the waukesha expo center tomorrow from 10 to 2. ...recognizing hard work and dedication. milwaukee community were honored for their tireless efforts related to fighting human trafficking and domestic violence-- and advocating for social justice and economic empowerment. the third annual black out awareness event was sponsored by fresh start learning, an organization committed to transforming people's lives for the better. and i was humbled to receive the shedding
if you want to see beverly's work on human trafficking that earned her that award -- we have them on our website. just go to our website, fox 6 now dot com and search "human trafficking." barichello is coming up with your weekend forecast -- it is one you won't want to miss. and-- a therapy dog is taken from a los angeles family's home. why police say -- it might not be a crime. ...and, how the family hopes to get their dog back. and the badgers look to accomplish something they haven't been able to since the 1990's. brandon cruz has the highlights and tim van vooren has the reaction coming up in sports. russ feingold: in the senate there's a choice- you can go along with the rigged system, or you can stand for something that matters.
i know how hard you work and how wages aren't keeping up. senator johnson stands with ceo's -tax loopholes for billionaires, tax breaks for companies that
ship jobs overseas. i'll take on the rigged system. and work to build an economy that works for everyone. i'm russ feingold and i approve this message
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 for the content of this advertising. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember."
before astronauts can head to mars,
they're enjoying some practice in hawaii. researchers are using the state's lava beds to simulate what it's like collecting rocks on the red planet. nasa will use the outings to develop protocols on how to handle a real-life mars mission. and to make things more life-like... all communications will be on time- delays of up to 20 minutes.
their civic duty to vote 250 miles above the earth. a bill passed by texas legislatures back in 1997 gave astronauts the ability to vote from space. the astronauts chose which elections they want to participate in a year before the launch. then come the election, they complete the ballots via email and send them to county clerk staffers to be recorded. unfortunately, they will not get adlib to weather tom wx clear tonight with temperatures falling into the middle 40s inland to upper 40s lakeside. areas of fog likely and may be dense at times. after morning fog conditions sunday will be exactly like today with sunshine and near record highs
monday night then partly sunny on election day with temperatures near 60. temperatures will be cooler and closer to normal by friday with highs in the low 50s. tonight: areas of fog. low: 48 morning fog then mostly sunny. high: 67 wind: ssw 3-5 mph monday: mostly sunny with a few showers at night. am low: 47 high: 63 wind: sw 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny. am low: 49 high: 59 wind: nw 5-15
43 high: 57 wind: nw 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. am low: 46 high: 60 wind: wsw 5-15 mph friday: partly sunny and cooler. am low: 45 high: 52 wind: n 5-15 mph clear tonight with temperatures falling into the middle 40s inlando areas of fog likely and may be dense at times. after morning fog conditions sunday will be exactly like today with sunshine and near record highs in the upper 60s. a few showers are possible monday night then partly sunny on election day with temperatures
cooler and closer to normal by friday with highs in the low 50s. tonight: areas of fog. low: 48 wind: wsw 1-3 mph sunday: morning fog then mostly sunny. high: 67 wind: ssw 3-5 mph monday: mostly sunny with a few showers at night. am low: 47 wind: sw 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny. am low: 49 high: 59 wind: nw 5-15 mph wednesday:mostly sunny. am low: 43 high: 57 wind: nw 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. am low: 46 high: 60 wind: wsw 5-15 mph
this week chicago was able to erase more than a century of losing as the cubs won the world series. this afternoon, the badgers were looking to erase more than a decade of losing just north of chicago. they were in evanston facing northwestern, a place they haven't won since 1999. up 3-0 2nd quarter, the badgers run a play that worked well against ohio state and this time the end around with jazz peavy works even better, he goes 46 yards for the touchdown. badgers lead 10-7 at the half. after a field goal in the 3rd quarter, the badgers defense starts the 4th quarter very wel as garrett dooley and conor sheehy sack clayton thorson, forcing a fumble that d'cota dixon recovers and returns to the wildcats 45 yard line. corey clement caps off the ensuing drive
point conversion and it's 21-7 badgers. the badgers go on to erase 17 years of history with the 21-7 win. tim van vooren has more from ryan field. "you wouldn't think singular plays would stand out in a 21-7 badgers victory but in this case one really did. it was just a one score game and northwestern had the football when the badgers, between conor sheehy, garrett dooley and d'cota dixon came up with a turnover." "conor was able to get in on the play. i think it was him and dools maybe on the fumble but conor is, he comes to play every day." "we're not too worried abo other people notice. guys on the team respect us, we respect them. everybody on the defense does a great job or does their job so that's what we get really excited about." "it's one of those games where you gotta buckle down and fight through it. so, we definitely needed a turnover. i think we needed it more to be honest." "perhaps the play of the game. a game the badgers win going away, thanks to that play, 21-7.
welcome back corey linsley. the packers center was activated after missing the first 7 games this season. and he could be thrown right into the mix where the packers offensive line should see a lot of action as aaron rodgers has been effectively leaving the pocket lately. "it's been an asset we've had in the offense in the last 9 years. always is, as a thrower first outside the pocket which will allow you to sneak in some runs and get some first weapon for us, on third down at times." the bucks are back home tonight, looking for their 3rd win in a row as the sacramento kings come to the bc. and to get 3 in a row, they'd hit their 3 point shots as merza teletovic was on fire at the end of the 1st and early into the 2nd quarter, hitting all 5 of his shots from behind the arc in just 8
with a spectacular play by jabari parker, off the giannis antetokounmpo pass, he finishes with the slam and they lead by 15 at the break. the lead grows in the 3rd, giannis makes the steal and takes it alone to the rack with the dunk, part of a 21-3 run to open the quarter. the bucks move past the kings easily, 117-91 . in college action, the golden eagles got to stretch their wings in an exhibition game today against rockhurst. offensive board, the put back and the foul, part of his 12 points on the day. sandy cohen, showing some flash here, the steal and the finish. marquette wins 106-53 and they'll play for real november 11th against vanderbilt. the state soccer championships are underway in milwaukee as marquette high faced preble in the division one title game. after a scoreless first half, the hilltoppers take advantage of a corner kick in the 50th minute as jack dallman makes the low cross and thomas bruneau is there to head
winner. they win 1-0 taking home the state title. in division 2, elkhorn and whitefish bay squaring off and this was all blue dukes. late in the 1st half, jack chandler scores from inside the box giving them a 1-0 lead. they'd add 3 more in the 2nd half in route to a 4-0 win and a state championship. the division 3 match up has mt. horeb taking on delavan-darien. and after scoring in the 8th minute, the comets score again in the 13th minute as gerardo rodriguez hits a laser into the back of the net from way out of they hold on after that, winning 2-1 claiming the d-3 championship. next up, the division 4 title game between racine st. catherine's and winnebago lutheran academy. 1 minute into overtime, manny barajas of st. cat's finds a seam and scores from 25 yards out giving st. cat's a 3-2 lead. they add another goal late and win 4-2 in overtime, taking they hold on after that, winning 2-1 claiming the d-3 championship. that's it for sports. back to you...
los angeles -- except it may not be a crime! now the family is hoping security footage can help get their dog back. this is t-j...she was taken from her home on monday night. the dog-napping was caught on video...you see a man walk up to the gate...open it and lure t-j out. sheriff's officials say...while the video shows the dog being let out...it's not actually a crime...because they therapy dog...the family got her to help their father recover from p-t-s-d. he can't believe what happened might be legal. "opens the gate and lures my dog out and to find out its not a crime come on, its upsetting and its saddening, we are missing a loved one its not a pet its a family member." the family suspects she may have been stolen by an acquaintance.
the potential of cyber attacks as we head closer and closer to election day. fox's bryan llenas has the latest from new york. officials at the department of homeland security are quote very concerned about cyber attacks that could quote cause confusion on election day. the real concern i /i is not that hackers can some how skew the actual presidential vote count -- that is changing votes from one candidate to another -- the real concern is that hackers could at stealing personal information -- and attack state election websites that report official election results. hackers could manipulate these websites or launch denial of service attacks shutting sites down entirely -- i /i causing people to question the integrity of results -- especially if the election is close -- given the huge mistrust between the two parties and accusations by republican candidate donald trump that the system is rigged. the
like russia altering the i /i presidential vote count is slim -- because the u.s. voting system is fragmented and decentralized. voting is done state by state, district by district and polling place by polling place. also - electronic voting machines are not connected to the internet - further protecting the voting system from cyberattacks. cyberattacks are a concern following wikileaks breaches and known attempts by vladimir putin to disrupt our election process. also - this summer at least two arizona and illinois - were successfully infiltrated by hackers. in illinois - hackers took voter data though the stolen information was deemed not sensitive. dhs has since taken steps to protect us offering states risk assessment and scanning for malware-- specifically helping state's protect their election result websites. cybersecurity experts will monitor election day from dhs's cybersecurity center and cyber fly teams will be
in new york bryan llenas, fox news. end of 9pm you are watching fox 6 news at 10. 10p open now at ten --- campaign countdown! trump: "we are just three days away from the change you've been waiting for for your entire life." the blitz this weekend. clinton: "'let's vote for what we want for our country heavier rain and thunder and our children and our grandchildren."it's the final push in battleground states --- like wisconsin --- before heading to the polls. ahead why donald trump is canceling his campaign stop in west allis. we are following a pair of breaking stories right now --- first --- racine police are on the scene of a shooting. we're told a juvenile was shot near 16th and grange. police say the
in milwaukee. police are still on the scene investigating the situation. also breaking --- tense moments on the campaign trail tonight for donald trump. a security threat forces the secret service to remove the candidate from the stage. take a look --- it was call caught on camera during his speech earlier this evening in reno, nevada. you can see a scuffle breaking out near the front of the audience right before trump is rushed off the stage. it's not exactly clear why he was taken officers showed up at the front of the crowd immediately after it happened. at least one man was detained and carried away by police and the secret service. a law enforcement officials says no weapon was found. several attendees at the rally said they saw a trump supporter raise a sign and then the scuffle happened. the republican presidential candidate returned to the stage minutes after the incident --- thanking his secret service agents but did not address what sparked the