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now at 4:30... police --searching for suspects after a five year old girl is hit and and killed while crossing the street. what we know about the investigation and family members are remembering the girl. she was the nation's first female u.s. attorney general. this morning janet reno has died. what her family is saying about her battle with a disease that has no cure. 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 will fall through the 50s and into the 40s by sunrise. mostly sunny and warm to start out the week with highs around 70. clouds will be on the increase monday night with a chance for a few showers overnight monday night. morning rain showers likely on election day tuesday with a much cooler high in the middle 50s. monday: mostly sunny
70 wind: sw 5-10 mph we're following breaking news this morning. former u-s attorney general janet reno has died. reno was the first woman to she was also one of the clinton administration's most recognizable and polarizing figures. reno's sister says she died from complications of parkinson's. she had battled the disease for 20 years. she died at her home in miami. janet reno was 78 years old. happening overnight... crews respond to a fire at an abandoned warehouse in downtown milwaukee. a call came in after midnight near 15th and saint paul. no one was hurt, but officials believe there is more than 100-thousand dollars in damage. the cause is
milwaukee police asking for the public's help in finding a hit and driver this morning. that driver struck and killed a little girl who was crossing the street with her mother. angelica joins us from the newsroom with new information. family members tell fox 6 news rikyia rick-eye-ya langham was walking to the car with her mother when a car sped down the street and hit the five-year-old. "she was excited about going to church and she was holding her mother's hand as they crossed the street to get in the car" it happened near leon and constance the driver of the car drove away from the scene. family members are asking that person to come forward. "we just wnat to make a plea to anyone who may know any information in regards to this. that you would please just make a phone call. just turn yourself in or make a phone call if you have any information" police have not released a vehicle description at this time. an autopsy is scheduled for later today.
to call police. we'll have much more on the investigation coming up in a live report at five here on wakeup. kim and jessob. back to you. the man accused in a crash that killed three women-- is expected in court today. 23-year-old jasen randhawa... faces 12 felony counts related to the crash last month.in the complaint, we learned data recovered from the lexus he was driving shows the car was going 63 miles per hour just before impact. three women from chicago were killed in the wreck and their ube d hurt. randhawa... was driving with a revoked license from a previous o-w-i conviction.his preliminary hearing is scheduled for 8-30 this morning. also today-- the milwaukee county board meets to discuss next year's budget. on the list of topics-- the proposed "wheel tax." county executive chris abele proposed a 60 dollar vehicle registration fee to cover budget items like road maintenance and repairs. the county supervisors have called for a 30 dollar fee instead. today's meeting is set for 8-30 this
is off the hook -- again -- for using a private email server. this comes as the clinton and trump teams are dashing around the country for votes -- including stops in wisconsin. political reporter theo keith has more on how both campaigns are reacting to the news. sunday, hillary clinton gets a boost from the latest campaign twist. nine days after fbi director james comey shook up the race by announcing that agents had found new emails... comey said sunday, "we have not chan expressed in july" when the fbi said clinton's use of a private server did not warrant criminal charges. donald trump questioned whether the f-b-i had done thoroughly investigated the new emails. you cant review 650,000 new emails in eight days. you cant do it folks clinton's running mate tim kaine made three sunday stops in wisconsin... hey guys, wow, you guys are great! kaine said he wasn't surprised by the fbi's latest decision. he says he's excited by a record number of early voters in the
feel like if we can succeed in wisconsin, the path for donald trump to become president is really difficult while kaine was protecting clinton's lead in wisconsin -- trump scrapped his planned rally in west allis. instead, he headed to two other states where he trails -- michigan and minnesota. critics questioned the moves. "if i don't win minnesota, i'm going to look real bad to those pundits that i do not respect very much. the race has tightened since comey's initial the question is, how much damage did it do to clinton, and did today's announcement reverse any of it? theo keith, fox6 news. meanwhile-- in wisconsins senate race... both republican incumbent ron johnson and democratic challenge russ feingold are making their final push ahead of tomorrow's election. johnson will wrap up his bus tour of the state at an event in waukesha today. and feingold will be in racine to greet supporters. the latest marquette university
is a virtual tie - only one point separates both men... with feingold holding the slim lead. in mukwonago saturday, johnson slammed feingold for taking out-of- state campaign contributions. the republican says repealing the affordable care act is one of the most important issues of the campaign. house speaker paul ryan was among those leading support to johnson on the campaign trail. meanwhile, feingold greeted supporters in milwaukee yesterday. there, he pledged to raise the minimum wage, establish paid family leave, and take action on the cost of prescription medications if he was backed by hillary clintons running mate, senator tim kaine, who stressed the importance of getting out to vote. 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 -- on air and online! the night on november 8th -- on air and online! lackluster at lambeau!! it wasn't just that the packers lost, it was the "way" they lost to the colts that has fans fuming. the colts came in desperate for
decide to play until it was too late. the packers fall-- 31-26. the green and gold now 4 and 4 with their 2nd straight loss. tim van vooren tackles the blitz. "on the strength of beating the bears then coming close against the falcons, the packers were feeling very good about themselves arriving for sunday's game against the colts. looking right past indy, at least it looked that way." "no, we can't overlook anybody. everybody will give the packers their best shot. everybody gonna come out and play good against us. no matter what they did weeks before. we gotta look for everybody's best game coming forward and we gotta be at our best." "i mean i know in the first half we just--we didn't out played. and that's unacceptable. we gotta look inside on that one. and putt together as a team and figure out a way to step it up, especially in the first half of these home games. we can't do that." "we just have to win games, like i said. 'i'm not going to say i'm surprised or not surprised or whatever. we just need to win games." "myself included, we gotta find a way to get guys dialed in.
playing young players but i've said it the last couple weeks. no excuses. we're paid to play and perform.: "so now only halfway through the regular season but with a long way to go before finishing it all off. the packer in a division where nobody is pulling away at lambeu field, tim van vooren, fox six off. the packer in a division where nobody is pulling away at lambeu field, tim van vooren, fox six sports." stabbing spree in new jersey-- now in police custody. the latest on the investigation and what we know about the vicitms. tomorrow's the big day to cast your ballot in this year's election. how leaders of the naacp is encouraging people to get out and vote. an earthquake-- rattling a key oil hub in central oklahoma. we're taking a look at some of the damage as residents begin their clean up efforts. time now 4:xx you're taking a
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fall through the 50s and into the 40s by sunrise. mostly sunny and warm to start out the week with highs around 70. clouds will be on the increase monday night with a chance for a few showers overnight monday night. morning rain showers likely on election day tuesday with a much cooler high in the middle 50s. monday: mostly sunny and warm. record: 71. chance showers
church and politics --going hand in hand as the president of the n-double-a-c-p visits two houses of worship. cornell william brooks delivered a moving sermon at saint marks a-m-e church yesterday. referencing the book of esth enlightenment and power, brooks connected it with real time issues and actions needed for this election. the congregation was reminded about the power of their vote. at this pivotal moment in american history where when weve seen voter suppression where we've seen voter id laws. wisconsin is key its important for people to turn out to vote here because call of the issues that we are concerned about are on the ballot the naacp is also reminding you that your voice shouldn't be stifled.
sure to report it. tomorrow is election day... but early voting in milwaukee this weekend shattered records. more than 5-thousand peopled voted in milwaukee friday alone. this weekend's numbers blow out previous records by around 20 thousand. early voting is officially over -so now you'll need to vote tomorrow. and remember - you can register the day-of the election and you must bring an i-d. two bodies-- now found on the same south carolina property where metal container last week. what officials are saying about the victims as they search for others. one georgia police officer is killed, and another-- injured after a shooting. the call they were responding to when they came under fire. real estate heir robert durst is expected to be arraigned on a long-awaited murder charge today. why it took so long to get him to the los angeles courthouse. time now 4:xx you're taking a live look outside this morning.. sunshine and mild today with
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 because you deserve a senator who stands up for you. you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. temperatures will fall through the 50s and into the 40s by sunrise. mostly sunny and warm to start out the week with highs around 70. clouds will be on the increase monday night with a chance for a few showers overnight monday night.
election day tuesday with a much cooler high in the middle 50s. monday: mostly sunny and warm. record: 71. chance showers late at night. high: 70 wind: sw 5-10 mph resident in the town of cushing oklahoma-- cleaning up this morning following a 5-point-oh magnitude earthquake. it happened around 7-45 last night. it was felt by people in several other states-- including texas, kansas an was "quite a bit of damage" in the town, and there are concerns the quake may have damaged key infrastructure. officials say a few minor injuries have been reported. a georgia police officer is dead, and one other hurt following an argument between neighbors. police say the officers responded to a call for a dispute when they came under fire. officials say sergeant patrick sondron died of his injuries. the second officer is in critical condition. the shooting suspect was taken to custody after he was shot. no
knife attack in new jersey-- now in police custody.. police say 26-year-old jeremy arrington was arrested late last night. he was wanted for questioning in the stabbing deaths of two children and a woman at a new jersey home.. three others were also stabbed... they are still in the hospital.. many of the victims were family members.. arrington has been on the run since early october after police say he sexually assaulted a woman.. he has not been charged in the stabbing. durst is set to appear in court today to face a murder charge. durst is accused of killing susan berman -- 16 years ago. investigators believe durst killed berman because she planned to talk to prosecutors about the disappearance of durst's first wife - who vanished back in 19-82. prosecutors have been trying to bring durst to los angeles since his arrest in march of last year. but first... he faced a federal weapons charge in new orleans. he pleaded guilty -- and is currently serving a seven year prison sentence. police say a second body has
discovered chained in a metal container last week. angelica joins us from the newsroom with the details. the search for others will continue today on the 95-acre property near woodruff, south carolina. the first body has been identified as the boyfriend of the woman found chained in a metal container. and investigators say they're not even close to identifying the remains of the most recent body. todd kohlhepp is the suspect police have been questioning... and he showed police areas he calls gravesites. he's even confessed to killing four people at a motorcycle back in 2003... he now faces multiple murder charges. the f-b-i and homeland security are involved in the investigation. rob and jessob back to you. forecast from fox6 chief meteorologist rob haswell we are on the western side of a high and with a low approaching from the west, we can expect a breezy sw wing bringing mild air our
we'll once again warm into the upper 60s today. the cold front moves into wi tonight with some showers and exits early tuesday. temperatures dip a bit but stay above average with highs in the mid to upper 50s. back to sun and warmer conditions wednesday and thursday with highs warming back to near 60 by thursday. we cool significantly friday a sunny. mild. breezy. showers overnight. high: 66 wind: sw 5-10 mph tonight: a few showers. low: 50 wind: wsw 3-9 mph tuesday: morning showers, otherwise mostly cloudy and cool. high: 56 wind: nw 5-15 mph wednesday:mostly sunny. am low: 40 high: 56 wind: nw 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. am low: 35 high: 60 wind: wsw 10-20
the water street bridge over the milwaukee river will close to traffic today. crews are installing an upgrade to the bridges center lock system. the bridge should reopen in mid- december. breaking news out of philadelphia. where the transit strike is over after septa and union leaders reach a tentative contract. train and bus service will be phased back into service later today. nearly 5-thousand transit employees walked off the job this past tuesday in a dispute over pensions, health insurance and worker breaks. been shut down -- forcing thousands to find alternate ways to get to work and school. the deal ends a six day strike. and gets service back up and running in time for election day election day will be a paid holiday for thousands of workers across the u-s this year. general motors, thousands of workers across the u-s this year. general motors, ford motor company and patagonia are just some of the companies that make election day a paid holiday. ford sent an email to workers telling them: "every. vote. counts."
to vote and state laws vary. ahead at five: turns out viewers like things a little strange... we'll break down how much "doctor strange" brought into the box office this weekend. and then coming up new at six... delta airlines is helping you travel out west... when you can start catching non-stop flights from milwaukee to seattle! "the simpsons" will live to see another season-- two actually! what other t-v records the animation is breaking. time now 4:xx you' another sunny and mild day with highs in the upper 60s. right
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outside this morning.. sunshine and mild today with highs in the upper 60s. right now . when we cool down next. history. not even halfway through its 28th season, and fox has already renewed the show for a 29th and 30th season... "dad! dad! wake up! wake up! nat-groan the new seasons bring the tally of episodes to a whopping 669 - the new seasons bring the tally of episodes to a whopping 669 - shattering the record for the largest number of episodes of any scripted television show ever.
sitcom. it is the longest-running scripted show in television history. the simpsons has won 32 emmy awards, and was honored with a star on the hollywood walk of fame in 2000. the chicago cubs-- taking their celebrations to the happiest place on earth. m-v-p ben zobrist, addison russell, and javier baez rode down main street u- s-a at disney's magic kingdom on cubs cap big enough for mickey mouse. here's a birthday party where monkeying around is encouraged!! meet kambiri---a gorilla at franklin park zoo in boston. kambiri is celebrating her sixth birthday this weekend... complete with presents, cake and guests! visitors to the zoo watched the gorilla
there's people who love their cats. and then there are people who - really - love their cats! an engineer from russia is so devoted to his feline friend he built the cat a toy house in the shape of a military tank. he says this will prevent his cat from scratching the furniture. he worked on the toy house for about two months. it weighs 110 pounds, and measures almost three feet tall and almost two and a half feet wide. it also features a moving barrel and tank tread. november is the month to talk turkey-- but it's an unusual conversation in one california town. people have been calling 9-1-1 saying they can't drive because roads are overrun with turkeys! as many as 100 turkeys have been seen roaming the streets.. and others at a cemetery. residents will soon get some relief.. the city county council just voted to allow some birds to be killed..
"she was the life of the family" now at 5- a 5-year-old girl is killedn and now milwaukee police are searching for the driver. the emotional plea from the girl's family to whoever is responsible. also this morning - we are just a day away from election day. we have the latest on the clinton email investigation and the last minute campaigning by candidates. rob joins us now with more on the weather. rob's weather we are on the western side of a high and with a low approaching from the west,