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for the money. james refused to give them the money and they left 26:22" police believe this man is responsible for both incidents. now they're counting on someone to recognize the robber with a knack for fashion...and for taking cash. milwaukee police are handling this case. marquette university urges students to use campus safety resources at night. in milwaukee, brittany shannon, fox 6 news. breaking news from cudahy. police are looking for a man wanted for child enticement. he was last seen this afternoon on edgerton and swift avenue. they say - while driving - he
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three times this afternoon while she was walking home. the made sexual comments and then propositioned her for sex. he's described white, average to slightly heavy build, late 20's to early 30's, a chest length brown beard. wearing a baseball hat and driving a blue or gray 4-door sedan. if you know anything call cudahy police department. and we're following an investigation from west allis tonight - a hit and police say a woman was hit around 6 tonight -and the vehicle sped off. no word on the woman's condition--or the vehicle in question. disturbing news new information from dodge county authorities. three people are now charged in connection to a murder case. "sesalie dixon" was found dead inside a truck -- parked in the garage of a fox lake home sunday. prosecutors say she was killed by
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ware is also her cousin. the two other people are charged with harboring or aiding a felon -- as they allegedly let ware park his truck in their garage. prosecutors say they also knew about the death for nearly a day before they called police. preliminary hearings are scheduled for december 15th . wauwatosa police officers are on alert. they say they've received threatening messages since monday's announcement that there would be no charges agains man. the d-a made that ruling based on milwaukee police department investigations. fox6's myra sanchick went through the reports and has more information,. the documents from the milwaukee police investigation are 180 pages. they describe the day of june 23d shortly after three am when officer joseph mensah, a black officer with the wauwatosa police
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say mensah went to check madison park after closing. that check would be anything but routine. this squad video released monday shows officer mensah firing his gun six times. we've stopped the video before impact. five bullets would hit jay anderson. in an interview with milwaukee police homicide detectives who would be called to investigate page 35 mensah said he approached the nissan in the park. "he observed he anderson was breathnig fast as if nervous or scared....mensah"felt the driver was fakin b tapped the window, driver woke up and closed his eyes and leaned back in the seat again. ...mensah said "wake up. gotta talk to you"mensah "observed a black and silver semi automatic handgun...on the front seat. mensah told investigators he told anderson, i see the gun. don't reach for it. however mensah says anderson reached for it. officer mensah then fired. shots fired! i'm told jay
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tomorrow to react to some of the things being said about the day his son was killed. in the newsroom myra sanchick fox6 news fox6 has covered this case extensively. to read our past stories or to watch the entire dash camera video of the officer-involved shooting -- visit fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app. new information in the brenden dassey case. today his attorneys field new documents outlining why dassey should dassey was convicted in 20017 of helping his uncle steven avery kill teresa hallbach. a district judge threw out that conviction -- saying dassey was coerced into confessing. the state appealed that decision - and the 7th circuit court of appeals stayed the motion. the state has two weeks to respond to today's briefs from the attorneys. a sheboygan man is arrested-- accused of sexually assaulting a teenage girl. according to the criminal
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burnette-york had sex with a 16-year-old girl he met at a library. it allegedly happened just two weeks after being released from jail for a similar crime. in that case - burnette-york was out on bond for another case of exposing himself to a child. a condition of that release was not having contact with female minors without his probation agent's approval. a standoff blocks off a portion of burleigh street in milwaukee... and took several hours to resolve. milwaukee police were looking for a homicide suspect. and fortunately, it all ended peacef taylor has more fro 13th and burleigh. it started about 11 a.m. passersby started gathering after noticing the commotion... a police barricade on burleigh between 13th and 14th... an armed vehicle arrived... m.p.d. officers in protective gear, carrying shields natasha williams says she was taking it all in..even seeing detectives at the back of the house. 'we heard them talk to someone through the door. and they told
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they said they tried to get in because i asked the police officer and he said we cant get in because he has it barricaded very well.' :54they were looking for a 19- year-old homicide suspect. after continuous of the occupants emerged. nat about 45 minutes later the rest of the occupants came out - one by one. nat there were several dogs also taken animal control agency, was there to take them away. one resident told us the street is usually quiet, but very busy. but she added, you never know who lives where or whats going on. beverly taylor fox 6 news mostly cloudy and cold tonight with temperatures falling through the 20s this evening. we'll drop
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moves in wednesday. mostly cloudy, cold and blustery. highs in the upper 20s, with wind chills in the teens all day. a few flurries are possible thursday with a cold northwest wind. wind chills in the single digits all day thursday. we stay cold into the weekend before we have a chance for accumulating snow on sunday. tonight: mostly cloudy and chilly. low: 22 wind: w 10 mph blustery and cold. wind chills: teens. high: 28 wind: w 10-20 mph thursday: mostly cloudy, windy and cold. a few flurries. wind chills: single digits. am low: 20
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from your phone. just download the fox 6 storm center app, it's available on android and apple. hoping for the best, but fearing the worst. that's what one milwaukee family is dealing with tonight it's the unknown that's causing the most concern. their dog seemingly vanished. the warning tonight from the owner. a one billion dollar shortfall. that's what the state is facing. the plan governor touting that has fellow republicans crying foul. and who should be held accountable? it's the question being asked tonight after four deaths in just six months at the milwaukee county jail. those stories are coming up in the next 9 minutes.
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missing in the middle of the night, and the owners believe they know who took him. coyotes! fox 6 ben handelman is joining us live in vogel park on the cities northwest side, with the warning for other pet owners. ben. we're right in the city, but residents here at vogel park say they have seen coyotes who live in the woods behind us. one expert says this is the time of year the animals can be more
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and his wife tanya have been searching nats for a family member who disappeared in the middle of the night. my dog let me know he had to go out and use the restroom. hampton says he let barely let his 6 year old dog chico out of his sight when he heard a noise, and the dog did not return. once i called out his name, he didnt respond to me at all. hampton believes he knows who the culprit is hes seen coyotes in vogel park across the street nea and stark. coyotes are out here running around. you never think it would happen to you. but it happened to me this morning. its just sad. and it;s never easier to talk to these homeowners. matthew snorek of guaranteed gone pest and wildlife control is warning other pet owners. these type of attacks are going to be more frequent i believe this time of year. snorek says, weve just hit the time of year coyotes
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food, but territory. if there is one in an area they ant to take over and dominate. they will attack and kill that animal. one family is fearful, its exactly what happened to their pet. he absolutely is part of the family. he sleeps in the bed with us. they are sharing their story, warning others of what can happen so quickly. stay in close proximity to him and make sure at night you keep him inside. january and february, but have already started defending their turf. if you have a dog--- keep it close--- especially at night. live at vogel park in milwaukee, ben handelman fox 6 news. steph thanks ben
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projects that are facing major delays--and those criticisms aren't coming from democrats. one prominent republican said wisconsin was "dis-investing" in its roads. another questioned the d-o-t's spending on out-of-state trips. political reporter theo keith was in madison for an all-day hearing. at the capitol, governor walker's d-o-t secretary answered question after question. but he got fellow republican questioned out-of- state travel. a lemon law conference in san diego, which i guess is a nice place to visit but i dont know why we need to do that secretary mark gottlieb says out-of-state trips costs the state about 250-thousand dollars a year and his staff learns a lot. i dont know if your constituents would rather have their bridges designed by bridge engineers or legislators... i guess thats a question you can ask them too no dollar amount avoids scrutiny with a billion-dollar shortfall.
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in southeast wisconsin to deal with it. walker opposes new taxes or fees to pay for roads. putting him at odds with assembly republicans. the budget includes enough money to keep the zoo interchange on track. but tuesday, gottlieb revealed that, at current funding levels.... it will take 70 years to finish six other planned mega-projects. those six include most of the interstates in the metro area. the governors made a determination that this is not the right time to raise taxes and fees on wisconsin families and asking, when will the right time be to have the conversation? this was just an informal hearing. lawmakers wont get to work on the budget until early next year. at the capitol, theo keith, fox6 news. wisconsin democrats are blasting a department of natural resources report that proposes raising state park fees and selling naming rights to park facilities. the current state budget removed
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them to survive on admission, camping and trail fees. the move has resulted in a projected one and a half million dollars shortfall in the parks account. the democrats say the options could make the parks unaffordable for families and selling names won't close the deficit. university of wisconsin system regents are set to vote on giving system employees a 2 percent raise in each of the next two fiscal years. according to system officials - uw-madison faculty are trailing peers' regents are scheduled to vote on the increases thursday. four inmates die in the milwaukee county jail within six months... one in fact, has been ruled a homicide. and now an audit is underway.. the chairman of the county board of supervisors says someone needs to be held accountable. fox6's madeline anderson with the
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on whether the deaths of inmates terrill thomas... michael madden... and kristina fiebrink as well as a stillborn baby were the result of inadequate medical attention... county leaders are launching their own efforts to find out. it certainly sounds like some of this may have been preventable. board of supervisors chairman theo lipscomb has requested an audit of the contract the county has with a private company called "armor" which provides medical services at the milwaukee county jail and the house of corrections. around the provision of medical services in the jail, obviously that raises questions about whether services were all provided as they should have been. lipscomb is also questioning how milwaukee county sheriff david clarke has been running the jail. so to the extent that we could find out if management had an impact on it, id like to clear that up. last week... supervisor supreme moore omokunde called for clarke to resign. clarke said in response... he's
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says it's not his place to tell the sheriff what to do... but he does want to launch an external investigation into the entire operations of the jail. the question is... what cooperation would we get from the sheriff in allowing that to be conducted by a third party? we reached out to the sheriff for comment on the audit last week... his office referred us to thursday's statement. reporting outside of the milwaukee county jail... madeline anderson fox6news. their election recounts here in wisconsin. who gained votes.. who lost votes.. and will milwaukee and waukesha be done by the deadline? and tonight - a possible break in the case.. investigators pinpoint a potential source of deadly oakland warehouse
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mostly cloudy and cold tonight with temperatures falling through the into the low 20s by morning. the coldest air of the season moves in wednesday. mostly cloudy, cold and blustery. highs in the upper 20s, with wind chills in the teens all day. a few flurries are possible thursday with a cold northwest wind. wind chills in the single digits all day thursday. we stay cold into the weekend before we have a chance for accumulating snow
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cloy low: 22 wind: w 10 mph wednesday:mostly cloudy, blustery and cold. wind chills: teens. high: 28 wind: w 10-20 mph thursday: mostly cloudy, windy and cold. a few flurries. wind chills: single digits. am low: 20 high: 24 wind: nw 15-25 mph elementary school students in green bay are okay after their school was evacuated today. coming up-- the toxic substance that made its way into the school. and how it got there in the first place. aaron rodgers wasn't fazed by the elements or his sore
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quarter highlights capture the action and the fun in the snow. they're ahead on fox 6. start your morning with fox6 wakeup at 4:30-- get breaking news, weather and traffic updates until 9am. ever heard of a cheese cerfitied professional? we'll meet her tomorrow when she makes a holiday recipe. and a holiday classic hits the stage in milwaukee. carl gives us a preview of "a christmas carol" that's tomorrow on fox six wakeup!
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day 6 of the statewide presidential recount... and after a slow start, waukesha county is announcing a major milestone has been achieved. fox6s bret lemoine is live outside the waukesha county courthouse with an update. waukesha county is now
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city of waukesha... which is a big deal... because thats where a huge chunk of votes were cast on election day. its been a non-stop effort since the recount began 6 days ago. and as workers continue processing votes in waukesha county... an important benchmark is achieved. kn 'weve actually started the city of waukesha!' county clerk kathleen novack says... after a slow start processing towns and cities first... worker city - waukesha. crews have been preforming the recount every day from 9 in the morning until midnight. as of wednesday, that will change: kn 'were going to close up tomorrow at 10pm. we are really doing well. my conservative estimate is well be done close of business friday.' novack says theyre ahead of schedule for one big reason: this high speed ballot-counting machine arrived on monday. it can count 5-thousand
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statewide include milwaukee county completing city of milwaukee ballots monday... and theyre about a third of the way though absentee ballots. 23 of the states 72 counties have finished their recounts-- including dodge, ozaukee, and walworth counties. the latest tallies have president-elect donald trump increasing his margin over democrat hillary clinton by about 150 votes. tonight, waukesha county projects it will have counted 150-thousand ballots so far.... out of the 240-thousand cast on election day. reporting live in ted thanks bret here in wisconsin -- the elections commission is posting daily updates as the presidential recount continues. track the developments on our website -- fox six now dot com, or your fox six news mobile app. we're learning more details about the mercury contamination at a green bay school today. lincoln
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scanned for the presence of the toxic metal. school officials say a student brought a vial of a silvery metallic substance from home and a group of fifth graders was playing with it. emergency crews-- along with a hazmat team-- were called to the school. health officials say-- while they are being cautious-- there is little cause for concern. "it can pose a problem by inhalation, getting into the system of effects really aren't of a major concern but it's long term exposure and we don't have that incidence here. fire officials say some areas of the school showed high levels of mercury. the green bay areas school district says the school will be closed tomorrow for cleaning. green baypackers news tonight - defensive tackle mike pennel has been suspended a 2nd time
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policy. he'll miss the final 4 regular season games..pennel sat out the first 4 games for the same reason. he could return if green bay makes the playoffs. meantime - the snow and slippery conditions at lambeau, a packers win over the texans. sports photojournalist mickie leach captures the winter wonderland in his 5th quarter
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you can watch the packers take
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fox6. kick off is at 3:25. then stick around for a fox6 news special. then get a full recap on the fox6 sports blitz at 10:35. fox 6 is collecting coats for kids. join us for a special collection tomorrow night from 5 to 7. tom wachs will be at the steinhafels in waukesha -- collecting coats of all sizes -- new or gently used. the first 200 o at least four coats will get a pair of ticket vouchers to see the harlem globetrotters on new years eve at the bmo harris bradley center find more details on our website it was a busy night for first responders. three fires overnight in the milwaukee area.. and the red cross is ready - why they say this is the busiest time of
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users.. post al the pictures you want - because now you can stop the "haters" get ready for the coldest air of the season...tomorrow. i'll show you how cold it will be coming up.
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details from her past... and brad pitt and angelina jolie reach a custody agreement... the details are in tonight's buzz. lady gaga is revealing some very personal news... the singer says she suffers from post traumatic stress disorder. she shared the news for the first time with a group of homeless l-g-b-t started suffering from p-t-s-d after she was raped at age 19. she revealed that she was also sexually assaulted in 20-14. brad pitt and angelina jolie reach a custody agreement regarding their six children. according to papers filed in los angeles superior court... jolie will retain physical custody, while pitt has visitation rights. as part of the agreement, pitt has
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the entire family will also attend counseling sessions. nat "welcome, to a new world of gods and monsters." the first trailer for the reboot of "the mummy" starring tom cruise is out. the los angeles times reports the film is a reboot of the mummy franchise and will act as the launch of a cinematic "shared universe" of universal's monster movies. "the mummy" hits theaters june 9th, 2017. that's the buzz. instagram users will o the power to quiet "the haters" in their feeds. the facebook-owned photo sharing app announced it's adding a feature to allow user to turn off comments on individual instagram posts. the comment disable option can be used before or after posting an image. instagram's c-e-o says the tool is aimed at keeping the online community a quote "welcoming and safe place for everyone."
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coming up with the forecast. hitting the highway to save lives.. the new billboards you'll see around our area - and their message of hope. plus - could it have caused the fire? officials pinpoint a possbile source for the massive warehouse fire in california,. the latest on the tragedy after
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developers is looking to bring new life into a milwaukee neighborhood. the group has gotten initial approval to build a four-story apartment building near 36th and villard. it would feature 43-units... many of which will be reserved for low-income residents. it also boasts a first-floor cafe or restaurant space. developers are working to get full-approval from the city by february. milwaukee's iconic "gas light" building is undergoing some changes. the l-e-d lights inside the iconic building are being upgraded and re-programmed--
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holiday color schemes in the works. no word on the "cost" of the upgrade, but we're told it was 'significant.' for more business news - go to fox 6 now dot com for a link to the business journal. weather mostly cloudy and cold tonight with temperatures falling through the 20s this evening. we'll drop into the low 20s by morning. the coldest air of the season moves in wednesday. mostly cloudy, cold and blustery. highs in the upper 20s, with wind chills in the teens all day.
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thursday with a cold northwest wind. wind chills in the single digits all day thursday. we stay cold into the weekend before we have a chance for accumulating snow on sunday. tonight: mostly cloudy and chilly. low: 22 wind: w 10 mph wednesday:mostly cloudy, blustery and cold. wid high: 28 wind: w 10-20 mph thursday: mostly cloudy, windy and cold. a few flurries. wind chills: single digits. am low: 20 high: 24 wind: nw 15-25 mph friday: mostly cloudy and cold. wind chill: teens. am low: 18 high: 23
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mostly cloudy and cold. wind chill: teens. am low: 13 high: 25 wind: se 5-10 mph sunday: mostly cloudy and windy with snow likely. accumulation likely. am low: 23 high: 34 wind: wnw 10-20 mph monday: mostly cloudy with a chance for snow at night. am low: 16 high: 24
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north dakota.. and one of the hardest hit areas... grand forks. the city receiving just around a foot of snow overnight... with the snow still continuing to fall. city crews working hard to help keep the streets as clear as possible... all grand forks' schools and government offices were closed for the day.
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renewing a call for dakota access oil pipeline opponents to leave a camp in southern north dakota. he says there's no reason for people in the camp to put their lives at risk. and he says emergency shelters on the nearby reservation are all full. pipeline opponents have vowed to maintain the camp through the winter. they believe the pipeline threatens the tribe's drinking water, and cultural sites. a busy night for milwaukee first responders... as they were called out to cross is helping those who were displaced. deandra corinthios explains why this is the busiest time of the year for them....and how the organization is handling the extra calls. "were just ready for it because we know it is that time of year" the red cross is prepared. and milwaukee firefighters are too. they encounter heavy flames at a home near 11th and wright early tuesday morning. there were no injuries...the home is vacant. an hour later...theyre at
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time of the blaze. and monday night...firefighters respond to an electrical fire near 13th and hayes. eight people are displaced but no one was hurt. "what we do is make sure they have food clothing and shelter" three fires...monday into tuesday in milwaukee from the south side to the north the northwest side. a busy night -but the red cross says it responds to more fires over the holidays than any other time of year. "were cooking, were getting things ready, were putting presents in corners, were hiding them and unfortunately were not while the overnight fires in milwaukee did not appear to involve cooking --red cross officials say it is the most common cause of fires over the holidays. the red cross has disaster response volunteers ready to respond 24/7 but if you can help...they say they need you and they're can train you. in milwaukee deandra corinthios fox6 news. the red cross trains volunteers for disaster response throughout the year. if you're interested -- or if you'd like to donate to the cause-- check out the links
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oakland fire officials say they've finished searching 90 percent of the warehouse where dozens died in a fire during a dance party. the deputy fire chief says that by midnight tonight-- the remaining 10 percent of the building will be searched. firefighters have started knocking down parts of the building that were structurally unsound. they say the debris will fall on areas that have already been searched for bodies. "we're going to continue the in continue the process until absolutely every piece of debris is removed from this building and every area has been searched." meantime - recovery efforts at the site of the fire are taking an emotional toll on firefighters. the chaplain for the oakland fire department reveals that for many firefighters this is the first time they are working an incident with so many casualties. "it's overwhelming, i think for a lot of our guys we never --
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lot of difficult situations, but none as difficult as something like this. so, i think for a lot of us we're still in shock. thirty-six bodies have been recovered at the burned down two-story warehouse and artists' studio.. so far, twenty-six families have been notified. another 9 people have been "tentatively identified." investigators say an appliance may have started the fire but it's too early to tell. releasing more information about a threat to a subway station. he says the threat did not come directly-- but by an anonymous, overseas tip line by a person who said they knew of such a person. the fbi and local authorities revealed the threat publicly yesterday because it was specific to the subway's red line universal city station and was supposed to happen today the mayor boarded a train at the heavily guarded station this morning to
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a louisiana man is back in custody-- charged in connection to the death of a former n-f-l player. 28-year-old joe mcknight was shot and killed during a road rage incident last week. the suspect-- ronald gasser-- was initially taken into custody for questioning-- then let go without charges. after public backlash-- authorities announced today that gasser would face manslaughter charges. they say they waited to charge gasser so they could find and interview more witnesses. have criticized the men and women of this organization and the strategy, decisions, that we made relative to that, tough. i don't care. butted with "we've done the right thing for the right reasons" officials say-- about ten years ago-- gasser was involved in another road rage incident at the very same intersection.
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in southeastern wisconsin... those combating it are taking their battle to the billboards. fox six's justin williams has more on a collaborative effort to eradicate drug abuse. when it comes to the opioid epidemic, we just hope that we're helping save lives. a new, life-saving strategy, we also wanna make sure we're communicating with the public, so they can help protect themselves. has folks ... looking-up. we can reduce, and prevent, addicition--before t tuesday, folks--throughout southeastern wisconsin--are witnessing the next move in a continuing battle against opioid misuse, and heroin and fentanyl abuse--as they see these billboards--flashing, throughout southeastern wisconsin. it'll inform residents how to make a difference, in their own communities, and, most importantly, it has the capacity to save lives. the three, rotating messages include one -- highlighting the number of milwaukee county overdoses, so far, this year. another -- encouraging parents to discuss drugs with their children, and the third -- with dialing
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between the drug enforcement agency, c-v-s health, hupy & abraham, and clear channel outdoor- milwaukee. this is the time to take action, and to be activists, to save our children. these billboards can be spotted as far west as fort atkinson, as far north as sheboygan, and as far south as just about the illinois border. the idea is to inspire southeastern wisconsin to create conversations around the opiod epidemic, and to take action--to do something to eliminate it. this is the latest, in milwaukee. i'm justin
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