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11. we start at eleven with the latest on brendan dassey's release from prison. the state is now filina court-- the 7th circuit of appeals in chicago-- arguing dassey should stay in prison until his case is resolved in court. here's a live look outside the columbia correctional institution in portage-- media from around the state are on prison watch. dassey's conviction for his role in the rape and murder of teresa halbach was tossed out in august. the state has appealed arguing the lower court did not have the authority to order dassey's release--
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dassey's attorney argue the state has not made a case to keep him locked up. his family hopes he'll be out by friday. dassey's half brother says he can't wait to see brendan. "it's going to be absolutely amazing. the first time i see my brother in 11 years i'm going to be going to give him the biggest hug and say i love you to him. its going to be awesome" dassey must be released no later than 8 p-m tomorrow unless the 7th circuit of appeals rules otherwise. and you can read the judge's order on our website: fox6 now dot com. the story's on our home page. you can also search "avery archive" to check out developments in this story going back as far as 2003. adlib to weather
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warm with high temperatures reaching into the upper 60s, which is near the record for milwaukee. very windy tomorrow with highs in the middle 60s early then falling into the 50s by dinner time. a few showers are possible in the afternoon. there is the chance for light rain and snow mix at night and into early saturday then expect decreasing clouds plus blustery and cold conditions. wind chills saturday and sunday will stay in the 20s. we finally warm back to normal by the start to the work week. today: filtered sun. warm. high: 69 wind: s 5-10 mph tonight: partly cloudy. low: 55 wind: sw 5-10
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armed robbery at a cricket wireless store in west allis. this happened near highway 100 and cleveland. our deandra corinthios has m department. police say they're searching for the shooter. the customer was taken to a local hospital...with a non life threatening gun shot wound... police taped off the front of the cricket wireless store near highway 100 and cleveland wednesday evening. the shooting happened before 8 pm police from several departments...includi ng greenfield, new berlin and wauwatosa police as well as the milwaukee county sheriff's office....were assisting west allis in the search for the suspect. but so far no arrests. neighbors say it's not a bad area...and
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"you know i think that everybody needs to be safe because we're coming into the holidays. i think it's important to be on your toes and have your head on a swivel." we're still gathering details... and we are hoping from an update from police. at this point no description of the suspect is available. reporting in west allis dc fox6 news happening now... police continue to search for a homicide suspect who shot and killed an 18 year old. it happened yesterday afternoon near 68th and congress. police say it started with an argument...and the victim died off...and police have not made any arrests. two people are dead after a crash in sheboygan county. authorities say a driver failed to stop at a stop sign in the town of rhine-- colliding with another vehicle. an 80- year- old man and 79-year-old woman were killed. both were from elkhart lake. the driver of the car that was struck is expected to be okay. an 18-year-old delafield man faces multiple felonies... for allegedly
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authorities caught on to 18-year-old jason ma-kof-ski after he sold marijuana to a confidential informant. police got a search warrant and found marijuana, l-s-d and cocaine inside his home. that's on top of two different synthetic drugs. they say they also found quite a bit of drug paraphernalia. meanwhile in beaver dam-- the sheriff says they had a bust so big it will have a ripple effect across dodge county. 27-year-old lucretia lightfoot creating and delivering heroin and cocaine. lightfoot is accused of running a large- scale operation, with multiple, lower-level distributors. the bust comes as the result of a year-long investigation. sheriff's deputies say they are now searching for lightfoot's associates in the drug distribution business as well. vulgar...offensive and tasteless. thats what m-p-s officials are calling a controversial ad recently published in a local culture
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local bar owner. angelica sanchez has this developing story. this is an ad for sabbatic bar at walkers point. it reads 'sabbatic is for lovers' and in bold print: 'our back alley: where 50% of bradley tech pregnancies start and end'. bar owner jay stamates is no stranger to controversy but the ad is causing him to receive a flood of angry calls and texts. it turns out a lot of people whove never come to my bar never been to my bar safety reasons he did not want to show his face on camera. he says his bar has been a victim of numerous crimes and he believes those responsible are students that attend bradley tech high school ...which is just a block away. this is the alley where he says break-ins have occurred at his bar and the neighboring restaurant. fox6 reached out to milwaukee police who tell us in the 5 reported incidents they never found a connection to bradley tech high school students. --still stamates
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crime and mps officials havent done enough to address the alleged problem. 'these are words and i am not going to sit here and defend the first amendment." in a statement mps acknowledges the magazine publisher and the bar owner have a right to freedom of speech-- but say quote: we have a responsibility to speak out and stand up when false statements are made about our students. we will not stand by when they are degraded. we are reaching out to the naacp and lulac to discuss this with them. reporting at walkers point i'm angelica sanchez fox6 news officer who shot and killed philando castile" back in july... the charges he's now facing. and-- one person is dead after an explosion in illinois. ...how many other people were hurt in the explosion. plus... "trump tower's revolving door of political power players continues to spin around as the president-elect works to figure out his new administration. i'm joel waldman in washington, more
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cravy, i'm jenna sachs. contact 6. 44 years, millions of dollars returned, hundreds of thousands of people helped. what does that add up to? contact 6. the milwaukee institution led by jenna sachs. she's here to help you and your family because you
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greets" in new york city for president-elect donald trump, while his vice president is in washington hoping to make in- roads with members of congress.
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clinton, working to figure out exactly what went wrong with the election. fox's joel waldman, has more. president-elect donald trump taking to twitter again. reassuring the public the transition of power is going well, despite some media reports to the contrary: today, south carolina governor nikki haley and florida governor rick scott will enter trump tower's revolving door of political power players. with mr. trump yesterday, with his name floated as a possible pick for attorney general, although the texas senator would not comment on that specifically. cruz says: "i am eager i am excited for the opportunity we have to come together and get the job done. that's what our conversation focused on." vice president-elect mike pence is in washington today meeting with congressional leaders of both parties. pence says: "very humbling to be back
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excited to be moving the trump agenda in the coming congress." democrats in the nation's capital are battling over new leadership roles -- as congressman tim ryan looks to unseat longtime minority leader nancy pelosi. ryan says: "no question about it. it is time for a new direction; a new way of doing business." hillary clinton making her first public appearance since the election, clearly devastated by the loss. hillary clinton says: "i will admit coming here tonight wasn't the easiest waldman says oncam tag : "mr. trump will also have his first meeting with a world leader since becoming president-elect, japan's prime minister. in washington, joel waldman, fox news." looking across america... the minnesota police officer who shot and killed 32-year old philando castile during a traffic stop in july -- has been charged with manslaughter. saint anthony police officer jeronimo yanez is charged with second-degree
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counts of dangerous discharge of a firearm. yanez shot and killed castile after pulling him over for a broken tail light. castile's fiancee -- who live-streamed the aftermath on facebook -- says castile had a license to carry a weapon -- and that he had been trying to tell officer yanez about the gun. yanez is due to make his first court appearance tomorrow. a grand jury will hear evidence on whether the chicago police department la-quan mcdonald. dashcam video of the 2014 incident shows officer jason van dyke shooting within seconds of leaving his s-u-v... as mcdonald walked away with a knife in his hand. the video contradicts officers' claims the teen lunged at police. a special prosecutor says the grand jury could begin issuing subpoenas next month. the engineer of a commuter train that slammed into a train
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suffered from un-diagnosed sleep apnea. the impact of that crash killed a woman standing on the platform --and injured more than 100 others back in september. officials say the engineer... 48-year- old thomas gallagher... was diagnosed with sleep apnea after the crash. gallagher told investigators he had no memory of the crash... and remembered waking up on the floor. the n-t-s-b is not commenting on the engineer's diagnosis at this time. explosion in canton, illinois last night. fulton county officials say the blast damaged several buildings. the surrounding downtown area was evacuated. 11 people were taken to the hospital..and one of the victims later died there. the cause is still under investigation. toss to weather. filtered sun this afternoon and
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which is near the record for milwaukee. very windy tomorrow with highs in the middle 60s early then falling into the 50s by dinner time. a few showers are possible in the afternoon. there is the chance for light rain and snow mix at night and into early saturday then expect decreasing conditions. wind chills saturday and sunday will stay in the 20s. we finally warm back to normal by the start to the work week. today: filtered sun. warm. high: 69 wind: s 5-10 mph tonight: partly cloudy. low: 55 wind: sw 5-10
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few afternoon showers possible. high: 65 wind: sw 20-30 mph saturday: lingering rain/snow mix then decreasing clouds. very windy with wind chills in the 20s. am low: 34 high: 38 wind: nw 25-35 mph sunday: mostly sunny and chilly. wind chills in the 20s. am low: 25 high: 38 mostly sunny. am low: 24 high: 43 wind: sw 8-12 mph tuesday: increasing clouds with rain at night. am low: 32 high: 46 wind: s-se 5-10 mph filtered sun this afternoon and warm with high temperatures
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which is near the record for milwaukee. very windy tomorrow with highs in the middle 60s early then falling into the 50s by dinner time. a few showers are possible in the afternoon. there is the chance for light rain and snow mix at night and into early saturday then expect decreasing conditions. wind chills saturday and sunday will stay in the 20s. we finally warm back to normal by the start to the work week. today: filtered sun. warm. high: 69 wind: s 5-10 mph tonight: partly cloudy. low: 55 wind: sw 5-10 mph friday: mostly cloudy with a few afternoon showers possible. high: 65 wind: sw 20-30 mph saturday: lingering rain/snow mix then decreasing clouds. very windy with wind chills in the 20s. am low: 34 high: 38 wind: nw 25-35 mph sunday: mostly sunny and chilly. wind chills in the 20s. am low: 25 high: 38 wind: nw 5-15 mph monday: mostly sunny. am low: 24 high: 43 wind: sw 8-12 mph tuesday: increasing clouds with rain at night. amo 32
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milwaukee-area insurers plan on staying with individual health coverage-- and milwaukee's third ward is home to a new business. rich kirchen joins us live from the milwaukee business journal headquarters. with president- elect donald trump vowing to repeal obamacare, many questions remain on what will happen for people buying insurance through the online marketplace. 1. what are insurers saying consumers should do for coverage in 2017? 2. how are insurance companies
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affordable care act will come to an end? ......a company that used to be in menomonee falls keeps company that used to be in menomonee falls keeps growing in milwaukees 3rd ward. what is the latest on the dohmen doe-men company? carl is getting into the holiday
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start your morning with fox6 wakeup at 4:30. we'll have the latest developments on the brendan dassey case. then, she loves cheese pizza, t-swift and basketball. meet our next future forecaster tomorrow. plus quick recipes for thanksigving. how to make two dishes with just four ingredients. plus rob will have
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holiday spirit tonight, with the annual holiday lights festival downtown. our carl deffenbaugh is getting a look at what you'll see at the festival. the 103rd annual city christmas tree lighting taking place this evening! the official program starts at 5:15...and the lights will be turned on at 5:29 at city hall. the 38-foot colorado spruce was donated by residents in the 10th it's been decorated with more than 5- thousand lights...and 150 ornaments. and also taking place tonight -- the milwaukee holiday light festival kicks off at pere marquette park. lights will be turned on there at 6:30. an airplane with the clinton-kaine logo on it, is
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it's doing in milwaukee. and-- thanksgivng travel... more people are expected to travel this holiday. the reason for the increase.
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here's a look at this morning's big stories at 11:30. a customer is hurt after a shooting at a cricket wireless store. the latest on the investigation...as police and-- a major heroin bust in beaver dam. ...why officials say this bust could have ripple effects across dodge county. rain chances return tomorrow
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we start at 11-30 with the latest on the release of brendan dassey... taking a live look outside the prison where dassey is being held... as the deadline for his freedom quickly approaches. late yesterday afternoon, the state filed an emergency appeal to keep brendan dassey in prison... hours after a judge said he must be released by friday. members of the media have waited round the clock in portage... including our own ben handelman. of activity happening in court. will this be one of the last night's brendan dassey spends behind bars? outside the columbia correctional institution in portage-- media from around the state are on prison watch. dassey's conviction for his role in the rape and murder of tersea halch was thrown out in august. wednesday-- a judge upholding his ruling from earlier in the week that dassey must be set free no later than
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dassey's fate-- still unclear after the state immediately filed an emergency appeal to keep him locked up. state prosecutors have asked a higher court-- the 7th circuit of appeals-- to keep dassey in prison as his case works through the courts. attorney general brad schimel argues the lower court did not have the authority to order dassey's release, and doing so would cause harm to the case. dassey's attorney says the state has not argued why they think dassey is a danger to the commuit 50 50 chance. but the judge's ruling is pretty cut throat. i think he should get out now. brad dassey-- brendan's half brother is hopeful this is his relative's final hours in prison. he says he is hopeful he'll hug him by the end of the week. he's prolly scratching on the walls wanting to get out. so right now dassey must be let out by 8 p-m friday unless the 7th circuit court of appeals steps in and makes a different ruling. time is ticking. in portage---
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filtered sun this afternoon and warm with high temperatures reaching into the upper 60s, which is near the record for milwaukee. very windy tomorrow with highs in the middle 60s early then falling into the 50s by dinner time. a few showers are possible in the afternoon. there is the chance for light rain and snow mix at night and into early clouds plus blustery and cold conditions. wind chills saturday and sunday will stay in the 20s. we finally warm back to normal by the start to the work week. today: filtered sun. warm. high: 69 wind: s 5-10 mph tonight: partly cloudy. low: 55 wind: sw 5-10
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shooting at a cricket wireless store in west allis. our deandra corinthios has more from the west allis police department. we're told the customer suffered a gunshot wound and was being treated at a hospital for non life threatening injuries. right now police do not have anyone in custody. this happened at th e cricket wireless store at highway 100 and cleveland. west allis police set up a perimeter around the store they responded to the scene before 8 pm on wednesday
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assisting ..including greenfield, new berlin and wauwatosa police as well as the milwaukee county sheriff's office. those who live nearby hope the person is arrested soon. i saw some papers on ground, knocked over stool and one of the tent things with a number three so i thought it might be a shooting. again the customer who was shot...is expected to be okay. we're not sure if he or she has been released from the hospital at this point. police have not released any details about the suspect. reporting in west allis deandra corinthios fox6 news to search for a homicide suspect who shot and killed an 18 year old. it happened yesterday afternoon near 68th and congress. police say it started with an argument...and the victim died at the scene. the suspect took off...and police have not made any arrests. two people are dead after a crash in sheboygan county. authorities say a driver failed to stop at a stop sign in the
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an 80 year old man and 79-year-old woman were killed. both were from elkhart lake. the driver of the car that was struck is expected to be okay. an 18-year-old delafield man faces multiple felonies... for allegedly making and selling drugs. according to court documents - authorities caught on to 18-year-old jason ma-kof-ski after he sold marijuana to a confidential informant. police got a search warrant and found marijuana, l-s-d and cocaine inside his home. synthetic drugs. they say they also found quite a bit of drug paraphernalia. meanwhile in beaver dam-- the sheriff says they had a bust so big it will have a ripple effect across dodge county. 27-year-old lucretia lightfoot faces 16 counts related to creating and delivering heroin and cocaine. lightfoot is accused of running a large- scale operation, with multiple, lower-level distributors. the
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sheriff's deputies say they are now searching for lightfoot's associates in the drug distribution business as well. an airplane with the clinton-kaine logo on it, is spotted at mitchell international... days after the election. we did some digging... and it turns out the marquette men's basketball team was flying in the plane. with the campaign over, the plane's owner has been leasing it to other clients. a marquette spokesman says it's the second time the golden eagles' team a plane with clinton's logo on it-- the team doesn't get to pick its plane the plane in milwaukee tuesday night -- was the one used by v-p candidate tim kaine. the biggest thanksgiving rush in years... how many people are expected to travel this holiday...and how it could affect you. and more homeowners are using surveillance cameras... a look at the technology and how they might be more affordable than you
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"i'm tom hooper, i'm katrina cravy, i'm jenna sachs. contact 6. 44 years, millions of dollars returned, hundreds of thousands of people helped. what does that add up to? contact 6. the milwaukee institution led by jenna sachs. she's here to help you and your family because you
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biggest thanksgiving rush in years! more than 48-point-7 million americans are expected to travel...one million from wisconsin. fox6s deandra corinthios explains why experts say there will be an increase ...and how it could affect you. staying home for the thanksgiving holiday, prepare for busy roads "this is actually the biggest volume weve been expecting since 2007" triple a says 90 percent of wisconsinites will drive to their holiday destination. "if you want to avoid the most congestion, try to avoid traveling on wednesday or on sunday" but the congestion comes with a perk. gas prices will be the
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for a gallon of regular unleaded is 2 dollars and 17 cents. in southeastern wisconsin...prices are as low as a dollar 93. "the price of crude oil by the barrel has steadily gone down over the last couple of years so as refineries pay less for the oil, some of those savings are passed on to drivers in the form of cheaper gasoline" "for the average family youre talking about a couple hundred dollars worth of savings in what youve spent on fuel this year fuel last year" and if you run into trouble on the road a new feature on the triple a app allows drivers who request roadside assistance to track their response vehicle in real time. "so you know how much longer you may be waiting for it" the app also lists member discounts and searches the area's lowest gas prices. triple a's travel forecast...does not call for a significant increase in prices at the pump...between now and thanksgiving weekend. in waukesha deandra corinthios fox6 news.
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filtered sun this afternoon and warm with high temperatures reaching into the upper 60s, which is near the record for milwaukee. very windy tomorrow with highs in the middle 60s early then falling into the 50s by dinner time. a few showers are possible in the for light rain and snow mix at night and into early saturday then expect decreasing clouds plus blustery and cold conditions. wind chills saturday and sunday will stay in the 20s. we finally warm back to normal by the start to the work week. today: filtered sun. warm.
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partly cloudy. low: 55 wind: sw 5-10 mph friday: mostly cloudy with a few afternoon showers possible. high: 65 wind: sw 20-30 mph saturday: lingering rain/snow mix then decreasing clouds. very windy with wind chills in the 20s. am low: 34 high: 38 mostly sunny and chilly. wind chills in the 20s. am low: 25 high: 38 wind: nw 5-15 mph monday: mostly sunny. am low: 24 high: 43 wind: sw 8-12 mph tuesday: increasing clouds with rain at night. am low: 32 high: 46 wind: s-se 5-10
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warm with high temperatures reaching into the upper 60s, which is near the record for milwaukee. very windy tomorrow with highs in the middle 60s early then falling into the 50s by dinner time. a few showers are possible in the afternoon. there is the chance snow mix at night and into early saturday then expect decreasing clouds plus blustery and cold conditions. wind chills saturday and sunday will stay in the 20s. we finally warm back to normal by the start to the work week. today: filtered sun. warm. high: 69 wind: s 5-10 mph tonight: partly cloudy. low: 55 wind: sw 5-10 mph friday: mostly cloudy with a few afternoon showers possible. high: 65 wind: sw 20-30 mph saturday: lingering rain/snow mix then decreasing clouds. very windy with wind chills in the 20s. am low: 34 high: 38 wind: nw 25-35 mph sunday: mostly sunny and chilly. wind chills in the 20s.
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low: 24 high: 43 wind: sw 8-12 mph tuesday: increasing clouds with rain at night. am low: 32 high: 46 wind: s-se 5-10 mph caught on camera... a look at surveillance cameras...and why more homeowners a look at surveillance cameras...and why more homeowners are getting in on the
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enforcement's best tools. surveillance cameras are found protecting banks--- and stores. a growing number of homeowners are getting in on the technology. our ben handelman shows us how the cameras are more affordable than you
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catching crooks on camera is nothing new. from dash boards--- to convenience stores. at the milwaukee police department, there is an entire youtube channel dedicated to sharing surveillance video. suspects in armed robberies--- and burglaries are posted weekly hoping you can identify the culprits. ultimately if a crime does occur, this is a pretty significant tool for us. times--- these videos--- help lead to arrests and convictions. in october of 2015-- we got a report that there was an armed robbery that had occurred. screen shots shared from a video helped lead the arrest of two suspects, wanted for badly beating and robbing a man. cameras are advancing to be much more powerful and have much greater resolution. one of the men's father saw the shots--- and knew immediately his son was involved. he did the right
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they had really outstanding video. more and more-- police say it's not just businesses with high quality cameras. nowadays we consider all of the cameras on the market, to be forensic level cameras. which means you can use them in court. ron ingram is a manager at milwaukee security systems. he says-- a growing number of homes-- are joining in. people have always called, since day 1 to get cameras at their home. but when it used to cost $1,000 per camera people have bills to pay that come way before the cameras for their house. now that its no longer that expensive, people are doing it. ingram--- showing us a system he's set up a camera that was hd was close to $1,000. now? now its closer to 150 to $200 dollars. some cameras go for 100 dollars or less. gone-- the days of costly installations. ingram's company encourages customers to do it themselves. as long as you can run a wire to a-b, mount the 4 screws, youre set. these cameras have gotten so good and are so helpful, one police department is helping you get them. it is probably law enforcements most powerful tool. at the greenfield police department-- they are sharing their own videos-- they decided to fight back. they
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sick of getting things stolen installed cameras-- you can see in the van, as they are hammering away, they are trying to start this car. it lead to arrests and convictions. greenfield police say soon-- they'll be handing out cameras for free. its ring. its a real cost effective way to give you some, protection at your house. maybe you've seen their commercials. assistant police chief david patrick says the department hopes to deliver cameras to homeowners in supply on hand that we're going to ask the citizens to install. the cameras go over doorbells, and start recording when motion sensors go off. alerts are sent right to your phone, you can even talk remotely to the person at your house. those not eligible for free cameras, can still get a discount. at full price--- ring cameras are less than 200 dollars. were always looking for any bits of evidence we can find. greenfield police are hoping those with cameras go a step
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interactive real-time crime map on its website. they're hoping those with home surveillance register cameras online. the public can't see them, but if there's a crime near your house, police will know they can ask for help. maybe your camera will catch bad guys in the act. maybe they'll deter them from coming at all. now that they're more affordable, law enforcement is hopeful they'll see one at your house soon. having everybody own cameras, that would be awesome. wed live in a safer world. absolutely we would. ben
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is getting creative with his cleaning technique. ron munsey arrives at a new hampshire elementary school just as students are leaving for the day... and overnight, he makes magic happen in the first grade classroom. munsey started with just vacuuming stripes and squares into the carpet, but soon moved on to bigger designs, like snoopy and charlie brown... he's even made the white house and sports logos-- like the boston red sox and chicago cubs. thanks for joining us at elev
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>> i did not personally write on their cars. >> announcer: a young neighbor caught up in vandalism. >> judge judy: what reason would your friends have to draw on their cars? >> a remark they made about hating gay people. >> announcer: but her own tolerance was tested. >> she said god was punishing us for all the gays. i have a gay son. my daughter was very upset about this. >> we never said that, your honor. >> judge judy: your reaction is to commit a crime. country. >> announcer: "judge judy." you are about to enter the courtroom of judge judith sheindlin. the people are real. the cases are real. the people are real. the cases are real. the rulings are final. captions paid for by cbs television distribution bruce and janet stuesse are suing their former friend, deborah koyn, for the cost to board a horse and for vandalism to their vehicles.

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