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new at 10 not loving it. pay trance of east side mcdonald not happy with the policy. putting a time limit on how long people are breakfast club are being kicked out of their flavt spot. north at oakland where you now have only a half hour to eat. and then get out. rebecca. >> that's right. and george and carol, one woman says she has been come here for more than 20 years and now she has been told she's taking too long to eat. the owner says he's trying to clean the place up.
members on the east side. it has been their routine for 30 years. >> i like to have my breakfast. i read my paper with my drinks and i get a dessert and then my friends start coming. >> marilyn has r have a half dozen friends who do the same thing. bernie nelson drives from walk a shaw. >> i have been here for 25 years. >> last week they were told to move it along. i felt very hurt when i was told for the first time that i h leave after 30 minutes. >> the mcdonald's owner says this isn't a new rule but one he has to aa. >>: when i was an ongoing problem with pan handlers. >> people are using the bathrooms as their showers and sleeping in the booth. jeffrey sterns says legally he has to enforce the rule for everyone, even the breakfast club. >> until we get the ground rules straight, get the problems one to move on and enforce the rules
them. >> the club has talked about finding a new place but they don't want to. >> i feel i have been such a good customer for so many years i shunned have to suffer for others. now the owner says he's even had to hire a security guard. he owns 11 other franchises and this is the only one with a problem. reporting life on north ave rebecca tmj4. >> police want to know if you recognize this guy. police bve for killing a man inside the ka rona jewelry store on the south side. perez says the store recently got a new owner. >> it's pretty well protected in there. there is glass and it's some of it fortified glass, which gives the owners some safeguards. i don't know the details of what happened but it is a tragedy. >> police haven't identified the man killed. it's unclear if the owners were
record. he hopes police shooting sherman park will be released soon. the comments come on the same day the police fire the officer for a unrelated pair of sex assault cases. outside the police administration build withing these new developments. korean. >> police say the officer was let go of findings from an internal affairs investigation. dominique haeg enbrown the form shot and killed seville smith is being charged with sexual assault. he's accused much raping a man the day after the shooting. haegen brown grabbed bragged his victim being the boss while watching the sherman park violence on the tv. during a w.t.m.j he described his reaction.
department members shall not behave in such a way that a reasonable person would expect that discredit could come upon the public, or create impropriety or corrupt behavior. the shooting and the sexual assault allegations are two separate incidents. the family of smith says the sexual assault allegations showed the officers character around the time of the shooting. they continue to demand the release as the shooting. al der man has signed the district attorney for a release. the mayor agrees. >> i think the videotape should be released to the public so people can look at that. and i'm hoping that will be done soon. >> kaegen brown is in jail and $100,000 bail. outside the police
as child pornography is found on the computer of a uwm employee. at transportation offices alerted police after seeing a man looking at young girls. he faces 75 years behind bars. the officials are calling a fire that erupted on a cue mreks on north side suspicious. this was the seen near 36 and garfield. everybody was able to get out safely. threeog firefighters. right now no word on what sparked that blaze. the loan survivor of a deadly crash that took the lives of 3 young people are now recovering from his injuries. when a lexus blew a light. three women passengers died. according to snyder go fund me page he was released from the hospital on saturday evening. well it is warmer right now than it was this afternoon and
>> hard to believe for november. tom joins on on the weather. what's going on? >> i wasn't even going to correct you carol. and i was going to tell you, carol, that at 6:00 o'clock it was 53 for the high. look at the high tempt right now. 58 degrees, jumping to 59. james earl monroe. we will see the temperatures in the low 60s by the time the morning commute comes around. the warm air is w in here strictly. from the south, 24 miles per hour port washington, 20 in sthe boy began, 14 miles per hour in milwaukee. clouds starting to give us a couple breaks in that overcast. in and a couple sprinkles as the clouds start to push over our eastern counties and you might even get a sprinkle once again. there were a few sprinkles late this afternoon. we started out at 62 degrees in the morning hours. we should see at least 70 by
then some rain in the forecast. i'll talk about that coming up in a few minutes. >> thanks. relief for drivers who use zipper merge. thing 4891 in greenfield ave will be removed by 5:00 in the morning. warn drivers to slow down as you get used to the newt changes. a proposed wheel tax is a hot topic at a public meeting at the board meeting. county chris haegly has pro a $60 wheel tax but the finance committee rejected that. the panel imposed a $30 fee instead. there was also a discussion on the elimination of the go pass and free ride program on the milwaukee county board buses. the board will vote on a new budget november 7th. the fight for continued rides 15 continued right outside the budget public hearing right now. 3 milwaukee supervisors are
wage for county employees and contractors. this is 2016 coverage. 8 days late until election days. hillary clinton still holding on the lead over donald trump nationally. survey monkey election tracking polls 6 point lead remains virtually unchanged from last week. that's 47% to 41%. that, despite the latest announcement from the fbi, that it is reviewing clinton aide. james comey made announcement before the e-mails had been examined. both be campaigns are speaking out. >> i have to give the fbi credit, that was so bad that happened originally. and it took guts for director comey to make the move that he made in light of the kind of opposition he had where they're trying to protect her from criminal prosecution. it took a lot of guts.
same conclusion they did when they looked at my e-mails for the last year. there is no case here. the white house addressed the latest probe saying it will not defend or criticize the fbi. you might want to have a gps handy this week if you keeping up the with the candidates visiting the badger states. democrats former bonnie franc was in walk e sawor clinton. tim kaine will be in madison and appleton. bernie sanders will be campaigning here in milwaukee. clinton daughter's returns wednesday and thursday for three stops. that includes milwaukee. on the republican side donald trump and his running mate goff mike pernsz in eau claire. rude i giuliani will be in the green pay. numbers from the nbc show that
already voted. wisconsin democrats lead the nation in percentage of early voting in battleground states 52% of early voters were democrats. a major push to inform voters on how to get id for an election day. >> any person who has not yet secured their photo id to be able to vote in tuesday's election, we encourage them to go to the dmv. we remind them, even if they don't have the exact requirements to sur id, they can secure a receipt that will still allow them to vote. citizens from wisconsin is working to educate about coverage. www.fox6now.com/decision 2016. fallout from a costume worn at uw. >> university was too soft in his response. lots of ghost trains rumble. the new art installation
the moon crossed path with the sun. at its peake the moon covered 59% of the sun. new new leaders are calling out the university. at the barnlger came this weekend somebody addressed in president obama with a nostradamus around his name. removed his offensive parts but allowed him to stay at the game. they are holding a diversity forum for all of its comedian jeff side kicks are hided back to milwaukee perfectly unbalanced. inned bradley center december 29. tickets now on sale. the roar rumble and diesel of train returned to shore. installation on the bicycle
call it the ghost trail is a reminder ever a long ago passenger train. >> very famous train. there is a good-bye the 400 story which is fascinating. it talks about how travel used to be from the 30s to the 60s on this luxury stren liner. >> that was lighting and design and engineering who joined this reporter to kick off the first run of the ghost train which will n shorewood. thousands of kids are collecting treats and showing off their costumes. indicaty had a sample of the fun, good night katie. >> reporter: hey guys, whether they went door to door or participated in one organizers trunk or treat, kids in our area did not miss a trick. >> reporter: it's the one night of the year when a ninja turtle and spider man are brothers.
witches shuffle down every street, where you'll find minnie mouse and your local princess frol i canning in the front yard and super heros getting out of every car, keeping watch on every porch. despite the diversity of characters on october 31st, the best part is always the same. >> eating candy. >> your candy. >> they're all animals when it comes to candy. >> even cars got dressed up our save yors lutheran church when kids went from trunk to trunk getting candy from frankenstein and the police officers. luckily, there was back-up from batman. >> really warms your heart see a community come together to see these young kids having a great time enjoying themselves. >> when they were outside they could paint pumpkins or get their own faces painted as if it
>> happy halloween. >> for get the candy high. i'm still on a cute kid high. another halloween in the books guys, only 364 days until the next one. >> great outfits out there. thank you. >> halloween has been a very pleasant night across southeast wisconsin. >> let's take another look at the ghost train. john mill on i had a thousand posts out to see this tonight. >> they came to see you it was warm and a little breezy out there but very, very pleasant. what a cool, cool idea. hey, october ends in about a an hour and 40 minutes average monthly temperature will be right around 56.5 degrees, 5 degrees above normal. this is another month has been very warm. monthly precipitation above normal. that has been unusual too. most of the months have been
warm temperatures hit 70 in fargo, 65 sioux fall, 65 des moines, 81 in north plat. we're at our temperature in 56 degrees. it's been warming up all through the evening hours. at 5:00 and 6 clook it was 53 degrees. it continues overnight on strong southerly winds, diminishing somewhat through the day more out of the west to southwest and beco l evening. now we had a couple of sprinkles over the last hour or so, most of those are out of the picture. let's add the clouds in. as we go out you can see a few big breaks in that overcast. we'll see some of those breaks later in the day tomorrow. the next weather system developing out to the west. as this warm front passes through tonight, a couple of clouds lingering on, then sunshine tomorrow. watch what happens.
see energy develop about mid day wednesday. showers to our south and in the afternoon and into the evening hours the band of rays rolls through the rest of eastern wisconsin. could see a sprinkle over the next hour or two. 56 degrees. your overnight low. temperatures rice to 62. for tomorrow morning, fog is possible. warmer air roels in decreasing clouds. high of beautiful 70eg rain showers are likely especially late in the afternoon for most of southeastern wisconsin. 58 on northeast winds. so cool down a little bit but that's still warm for this time of the year. thursday, friday both around 60 degrees with plenty of sunshine. that is the pattern. quiet into the upcoming weekend with 60 on saturday, plenty of sunshine, quiet on sunday. 58 degrees.
returns tonight? the weather kids. >> yea. >> they're back. >> we missed them. >> i missed them. and our first guy is just cooper johnson, i know this guy and his family. they're great people. 62 degrees and mosley cloudy in the morning hours. maybe fog around coopers head. >> thank you john. >> coming up lance allen tells
. montgomery says he's not scared of illness. he was born with sickle cell trait and it's never caused him to miss a game. with the packers receiver and running back says this does not pose a threat to his football career. >> we're going to hit. we think it's related to sickle cell trait. it's not anything i can do about it. i was trying to do some research what i found is not everyone who has sickle cell. unfortunately not everybody has the symptoms. and i did, so. >> another running back we hardly new. the packers released niles davis just two weeks after training him for chiefs. he will not have to give up one of his beloved draft picks. >> halloween takes me back to october 31st where the guls were
>> i'm not the general manager luckily. i have an easier job so i don't have to answer them. >> no answers yet. what are the most popular questions from fans. most center around their biggest name. >> the question that i seem to have a lot of fans is role i brauns, chris carter going to be tendered a contract. when are we going to see some of the young phenomenons, from 2018. all legitimate questions. and obviously there will be moving parts. and some questions frankly we don't know the answer to because it affects other teams and players. and, you know, we're not just in a vacuum. >> meanwhile a $20 million renovation, the largest improvement. and it will appeal to milwaukee. >> it's a food city. it's a community that loves their food and beverages and wants to be ent tanzed daz ldz
> tonight > t numbers are 18, 24, 225,r 2525, 31,p 25, tonight. >> john you will love him. do i that's where the double letter went. could have a little patchy fog in the morning but we'll see sp some sunshine. and what temperatures for november 1st. p i i think i mentioned thi gguys before, the outlooked f novnovember is novnovem warmer than normal. this could be the start of something good. i like it. you should see it. maybe tomorrow.
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