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we start today at eleven with election coverage and the wisconsin primary. speaker paul ryan easily defeats challenger paul nehlen. ryan won 84- to- 16 percent. and now ryan says his focus is on getting republicans elected in november. paul ryan says: there is a lot of real frustration in this country there's a lot of anger that washington just isn't working and that it seems irrivocably broken. the people want to see congress and their elected leaders tackle our tough problems, not duck those tough problems.
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hungry for results. ryan will face democrat ryan solen-- an iraq war veteran-- in the november 8th general election. it was also an easy victory for democrat russ feingold -- winning by a landslide. feingold beat scott harbach, 90- to- 10 percent. he was already looking ahead to the november election...where he will face incumbent ron johnson. rf 'senator johnson has consistently voted against the interests of working families and middle class families. people know i will sup wage; making sure people get family leave when they have a child; and we have to bring down the cost of prescription drugs.' feingold also told supporters he will fight for middle class and working families. he served as a u-s senator from 19-93 until 20-11.... but lost to johnson in the 20-10 election. now to the state senate race --- where lena taylor will get four
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the 4th district incumbent knocks off challenger, state representative mandela barnes with 61-percent of the vote. this is the first time in her 12 year career taylor has faced a primary opponent. taylor says the win did not come easy. literally i hurt my ankle. i hurt my hand, my voice went out, we had problems with th air conditioner in the campaign office. it was just hinge after thing. challenge after challenge. but in the end despite all of the the people there is no republican challenger in november, meaning the state senator is all but ensured of keeping her seat. we've posted all of the final results from the races on our website. just head to fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app. donald trump's presidential bid is steeped in controversy once again. this time, a comment he made at a rally in north carolina...one that even caused
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karin caifa has the details. donald trump, defending comments he made at a north carolina rally, that critics say amounted to a provocation of violence, against hillary clinton. trump told fox news host sean hannity last night he was simply referring to the political of power of second amendment supporters, and gun owners. donald trump, r presidential candidate this is a political movement, the second amendment. hillary wants to take your guns away. she wants to leave controversy was sparked by unscripted comments tuesday afternoon -- trump talking about the second amendment, the supreme court, and clinton. donald trump, r presidential candidate hillary wants to abolish essentially the second amendment. by the way, if she gets to pick her judges, nothing you can do, folks. although the second amendment people, maybe there is, i dunno.critics
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statement calling the remarks, "dangerous." clinton's running mate tim kaine, brought it back to the democratic campaign's argument that trump is unfit, for the white house. sen. tim kaine, d vice presidential nominee nobody who is seeking a leadership position especially the presidency, the leadership of a country should do anything to countenance violence. and that's what he was saying. trump's supporters, including former new york city mayor rudy giuliani, have slammed the media for, in their view, spinning the comme rifle association said "trump is right. if hillary clinton gets to pick her anti- second amendment supreme court judges, there's nothing we can do." in washington i'm karin caifa. meanwhile-- donald trump's running mate will be back in wisconsin tomorrow. the campaign announced vice- presidential nominee pence will speak in la crosse and milwaukee. he was in wisconsin last friday -- speaking alongside republican presidential nominee donald trump. you can register for
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links page of our website -- just go to fox six now dot com, or your fox six news mobile app.
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a suspect accused in the shooting of a milwaukee police officer ...will be in federal court today. alonso sandoval didn't pull the trigger...but prosecutors say the gun used in the shooting...r has more. 22 year old alonso sandoval will have an arraignment and plea hearing this afternoon. he's facing federal charges of aiding and abbetting...and felon in possession of a firearm. prosecutors say a 22 caliber ruger was used to shoot milwaukee police officer brandon baranowski in july... and it traced to two cousins: emanuel romo and alonso sandoval. romo
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romo bought the gun at the shooters shop in west allis, the indictment accuses romo of lying, buying the gun for sandoval who couldn't legally buy it because he had a drug history. the indictment says sandoval sold and resold the gun and somehow it ended up in the hands of the tomas uriegas.... and was used to shoot baranowski. the shooting was in july on milwaukee's south side. officer baranowski was shot five times while responding to a domestic violence call police say 20 year old tomas uriegas ambushed baranowski ...he then shot and killed himself. baranowski survived two shots to his arm, two that lodged in his bulletr that grazed his forehead. he's now recovering at home. sandoval's court appearance is at 2 this afternoon. family members-- are coming together to remember a loved one...just hours after he and another man were
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family will host a balloon release in his honor at six tonight at 50th and luscher. milwaukee police are still searching for one or more suspects in the double murder investigation. the other victim was 44-year-old billie hill. police say the two men were killed early yesterday morning near 36th and congress. one man was shot... the other-- stabbed. last night, family members gathered on the street to honor 25-year-old bennett's memory. 'bennie was a loving guy he family and kids he grew up with and you know im going to do this until justice is served im not going to stop.' bennetts family didn't recognize hills name. police continue to investigate. a family is cleaning up their home after an s-u-v crashes into it. it happened at 51st and vienna
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with another car-- and continued on into the house. the driver was taken to the hospital-- but is expected to be okay. a police officer accidentally shoots and kills a woman in florida... ..the shocking circumstances behind it. and the number of locally- transmitted zika cases in florida rises. ...how many people have now contracted the virus. plus-- amusement park safety... after one child is killed and three others injured on rides.
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last night during a protest -- marking two years since michael brown was shot and killed by police. cell phone video shows a vehicle hitting one of the protesters standing in the street. the victim was reportedly taken to a hospital with severe injuries. heard near the scene. police say there are small bullet holes in the vehicle that hit the demonstrator-- but no one in the car was hurt. police think the driver who struck the protester did not do it intentionally-- and she is cooperating with officers. today, a new report will outline the problems within the baltimore police department. the justice department is set to release a study saying baltimore
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african americans-- use excessive force-- and are not adequately held accountable for misconduct. it also found that officers make large numbers of stops - mostly in poor, black neighborhoods. authorities say a florida police officer accidentally shot and killed a woman. it happened during a training exercise at the local police academy in pun-ta gorda last night. we're told the victim was shot ... while she was participating in a "shoot or don't shoot" scenario ...in which the officers use simulated lethal force in a live role the shooting has been placed on administrative leave pending the outcome of an investigation. ...children in two states-- killed or seriously injured at amusement parks. ? but are such tragedies just the tip of the iceberg?jeremy roth reports. amusement parks are in the spotlight after recent tragedies involving children. such entertainment centers are a beloved warm-weather months tradition for kids...but how
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from nationwide children's hospital broke down federal data. researchers found from 19-90 to 20-10 -- an average of more than 44-hundred children a year ended up in emergency rooms. most of the injuries occured during the summer, when amusement parks or state fairs are in full swing. the study's authors had these tips for parents to keep children safe at theme parks. -always follow all posted height, age, weight and health restrictions. -follow any special seating order nd -if you think your child might have problems obeying the rules - keep them off the ride. currently fixed ride safety is the responsibility of state and local governments -- the study's authors say a coordinated national system would work better. i'm jeremy roth. delta airlines expects to resume normal operations today. this, after two days of cancellations and delays around the world. a power outage on monday in atlanta grounded hundreds of
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"switch-gear" problem. the airline has offered refunds or travel vouchers to passengers. a newborn in texas has become the state's first zika- related death. harris county health officials say the baby girl was born with micro-cephaly -- a condition caused by the zika virus -- in which a child's head is abnormally small. test results returned positive for zika. the baby died shortly after birth. officials say the baby's mother had traveled to el salvador during her second trimester-- and that's where it is believed she became infected unknowingly. meanwhile in florida -- the number of locally transmitted zika cases has risen to 21. official say they likely contracted the virus through a mosquito bite. the florida department of health still believes the transmission is only taking place within a small area in miami- dade county.
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saved from being torn down and an african-american arts center is being planned in milwaukee. sean ryan joins us live from the milwaukee business journal headquarters. let's start with -- the african-american arts center. 1. which building would be renovated into the new center? 2. who is leading the project? let's move on to the historic
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sale in walkers point: 1. why was the building facing demolition? 2. what are the buyers' plans?
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when the oil billionaire koch brothers
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...what do you think they talk about? how the koch brothers' companies polluted wisconsin, even green bay, or how they spent millions to support johnson as he voted their way 90% of the time and supported special tax breaks for big oil polluters? whatever senator johnson and the koch brothers talk about, it probably isn't you. edf action is responsible
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you can see the play "julius caesar" for free this weekend. carl deffenbaugh is checking out
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getting paid to give companies your opinion...but is it a scam? ...when you should say "no" to surveys. and a real-life toy that has a personality of its own. meet "cozmo" ... in today's tech report. feingold: i'm russ feingold and i approve this message. johnson: i've always said i'll be the calmest guy on my election night. i win either way. narrator: if he loses, senator johnson falls back on the ten million dollar bonus he paid himself as ceo. a big corporate payout for him. johnson: i've always said... i win either way. narrator: if he wins, he gets another six years to support tax loopholes and bad trade deals that ship jobs overseas. all to benefit corporations and multi-millionaires like him. johnson: i win either way.
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big stories at 11:30. a man charged in connection with the shooting of a milwaukee police officer is in court today. ...the latest on the charges he faces. plus-- donald trump is sparking controversy after comments he made at a rally in north carolina. ...what he said and how his campaign is
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decide" coverage. after all the votes were counted, house speaker paul ryan took 84- percent ... compared to just 16- percent for challenger paul nehlen. ryan decided to forgo a traditional election night party for a news reporter theo keith was in janesville with the speaker. if this was little league, the mercy rule would've been applied. this race was over early on tuesday night -- despite speaker ryan's primary challenger, paul nehlen, lining up behind donald trump throughout this primary. saying that he wanted to act like he'd been here before, the speaker wouldn't respond to any of nehlen's attacks from the primary. he
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amendment people could act against democratic nominee hillary clinton -- saying that he was a little busy on tuesday and hadn't heard the comments.paul ryan says: "i heard about the second amendment quote. it sounds just like a joke gone bad. i hope he clears it up very quickly. you should never joke about a think like that. i didn't actually hear the comment, i only heard about those comments." paul ryan says: "we knew we were going to do well. we received the vote that we were hoping and expecting to get all along. and th the outcome is exactly what we were hoping for and expecting and desperate candidates do certain things for attention and that's what i think you saw here. " a lot of attention came to this race after sarah palin suggested that ryan could be defeated in this primary election, and donald trump refused at first to throw his support behind ryan, before late last week endorsing him. in the end, ryan got 90 percent of the vote in waukesha county, 80 percent in racine county, 76 percent in kenosha county, and that spells trouble perhaps for donald trump here in
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district -- ryan's district -- by nearly 20 percent in april to ted cruz. in janesville, theo keith, fox6 news. the match up is now set for the wisconsin senate race. the primary was an easy victory for democrat russ feingold... facing newcomer scott harbach. feingold got 90-percent of the vote. during a campaign stop in racine, hours before the polls closed... feingold was focused on his november rematch against incumbent ron johnson. feingold serv from 19-93 until 20-11.... but lost to johnson in the 20-10 election. he told supporters he will fight for middle class and working families. rf 'senator johnson has consistently voted against the interests of working families and middle class families. people know i will support increases to minimum wage; making sure people get family leave when they have a child; and we have to bring down the cost of prescription drugs.' now on to the state senate race
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madison. after a heated primary, the 4th district incumbent knocked off challenger state representative mandela barnes with 61-percent of the vote. this is the first time in her 12 year career taylor has faced a primary opponent. taylor says the win did not come easy. literally i hurt my ankle. i hurt my hand, my voice went out, we had problems with th air conditioner in the campaign office. it was just hinge after thing. challenge after challenge. but in the end despte spoke. and they worked. there is no republican challenger in november, meaning the state senator is all but ensured of keeping her seat. we've posted all of the final results from the races on our website. just head to fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app. donald trump sets off a fierce
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this time with his comments about the second amendment. some people have interpreted it as a threat of violence against his opponent hillary clinton. you decide. "if she gets to pick her judges, nothing you can do folks, although the 2nd amendment people maybe there is, i don't know.' trump's campaign later responded to the controversy.. and in a statement, said "2nd amendment people have amazing spirit and are tremendously unified, which gives them gr power." trump is also blaming faulty interpretations and media bias. clinton's campaign responded with this statement, saying: "this is simple -- what trump is saying is dangerous."
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in the shooting of a milwaukee police officer in july has a hearing today in federal court. prosecutors say the gun used in the shooting...traced back to him. our deandra corinthios has the latest. 22 year old alonso sandoval will have an arraignment and plea hearing this afternoon. he's facing federal charges of aiding and abbetting...and felon in possession of a firearm. prosecutors say a 22 calib milwaukee police officer brandon baranowski in july... and it traced to two cousins: emanuel romo and alonso sandoval. romo has pleaded not guilty to all charges... an indictement says romo bought the gun at the shooters shop in west allis, the indictment accuses romo of lying, buying the gun for sandoval who couldn't legally buy it because he had a drug history. the indictment says sandoval sold and resold the gun and somehow it ended up in the hands of the tomas
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the shooting was in july on milwaukee's south side. officer baranowski was shot five times while responding to a domestic violence call police say 20 year old tomas uriegas ambushed baranowski ...he then shot and killed himself. baranowski survived two shots to his arm, two that lodged in his bullet proof vest and another that grazed his forehead. he's now recovering at home. sandoval's court appearance is at 2 this afternoon. stabbed.. in a double homicide near 36th and congress. last night...mourners gathered on the street where one of the victims grew up.. for a vigil. fox six's rachelle baillon has the developing story. a large crowd gathered tuesday night to mourn the passing of 25-year- old bennie bennett. 'i want to
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there if you know who done this to my son bennie bennett please come forward.' bennett was one of two victims killed on 36th street around 3:30 tuesday morning. fox6 has learned that the other victim was 44-year-old billie hill. bennetts family didnt recognize hills name, but police think the two deaths are related and occurred at the guy he loved everybody he helped everybody he know thats what his mom love to do i love to help everybody so bennie was like me.' bennetts mother says she will search for her sons killer, until that killer pays for this crime. police say they are still searching for one or more suspects. 'im going to do this until justice is served im not going to stop.'
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location, in his honor, today at 6 p-m. theyre inviting anyone who would like to join them to come on out. developing now... we have video just coming into our newsroom out of oak creek. this is the scene near 6th and college where a car rammed into the back of a semi. few details are being released, including if anyone was hurt or what led up to the crash. police are asking people to avoid this area. stick with fox6 on-air and on developing story. don't believe everything you see on the internet... the advice from police...after a post about an abduction attempt goes viral. and-- why you might want to think twice before filling out a survey. some tips on when to say no...in today's "contact 6"
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your opinion matters and sometimes you can get paid to give companies your two cents. they might ask you to be part of a focus group or maybe fill out a survey - but would you know if it was a scam? in this contact 6 report, katrina cravy shows you when to say no way! to know why. and success comes with surveys. "i've seen them almost everywhere from the mail, to the computer, the stores when you check out"but do you fill them out? "i guess i'm usually a little skeptical. i usually ignore those kinds of prompts." "they are ridiculous. kat: you don't like them? terri: i don't. kat: why not? terri: number one they are asking for way too much information. if i didn't sign up for
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it."some people like bobbie boyd don't mind sharing their opinions if it comes with some perks. "then they would pay you give you 50, 75 dollars any maybe some little trinkets and stuff like that but that's all it was."until bobbie received this express mail package complete with a letter and a big check for more than 2-thousand dollars. "i was like wow i felt good at first because i was like what kind of survey it must take a long time to d "but the devil is always in the details. she was asked to deposit the check - take $300 dollars for herself. and then -- her job was to wire the rest of the money back to the survey company -- and provide valuable feedback about the employees who helped her do it. "i was suppose to go to walmart and western union but they told me not to let the people know. "they were being watched"that was a huge red flag for bobbie and she reached out
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about what you do. you let us know these things. "i'm glad she emailed but this survey scam is a new twist on the secret shopper scam or the international shipping scam. the con artist all want you to basically cash a fake check for them and send them a huge chunk of money. when your bank comes back later and says "hey it's a fake, you'll be the one - paying it back. and the scammers are long gone. i'm glad bobbie trusted her gut feeling. "there's got to be something wrong with this. "a warning so you don't take the big check survey bait. i'm katrina
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online. police in appleton respond after a post about an abduction attempt turns out to be fake. fox 6's jessob reisbeck has some advice from police. according to the appleton police
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times in about a day. a woman claimed she was approached by another woman at a fox cities walmart in an abduction attempt. "the message, generally, was people should continue to share the message and let people know of this danger that was out there." in the post, the woman claimed an off duty police officer from milwaukee prevented the abduction. she also said she reported the incident to local police. sergeant dave lund says there was no such report. "a lot of people did the right thing and turned to us and asked us if this was a legitimate s tracked down the woman who made the post and brought her to the station for an interview. "they did admit that they did fabricate the story, that they really underestimated the power of social media." lund says the woman did not technically do anything illegal, so she won't face any punishment. however, he said it was important to get the to the bottom of the story and tell people the truth. "we don't want to scare people. we don't want to legitimize stories that people have made up." "when in doubt give us a call or send us a
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try to track that down." according to lund, while it's important to always be aware of your surroundings adult, stranger abductions are rare. "a fallacy to think that people are abducting people out of parking lots on any kind of a regular basis." jessob reisbeck fox 6 news. in today's tech report...meet "cozmo" the robot. feingold: i'm russ feingold and i approve this message. johnson: i've always said i'll be the calmest guy on my election night. i win either way.
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ar bonus he paid himself as ceo. a big corporate payout for him. johnson: i've always said... i win either way. narrator: if he wins, he gets another six years to support tax loopholes and bad trade deals that ship jobs overseas. all to benefit corporations and multi-millionaires like him. johnson: i win either way.
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at at&t, we believe in access. the opportunity for everyone to explore a digital world full of possibilities. connecting with family, friends and the things that matter most.
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personality... and soon youll be able to take him home. rich demuro introduces you to a robotic creature named "cozmo", in todays tech report. humans have been fascinated with the idea of robots for decades.... but so far...there hasnt been a breakout star. that could all change with a tiny robot engineered to be a friendly, even funny little companion. his name... is cozmo. nats... cozmo going near table hes quirky... playful... and even gets angry. nats... getting frustrated 58/cozmo is a little nats... waking up a robot youll soon be able to buy! the latest creation from a company called anki... onkey nats... anki overdrive several years ago they stole the show at an apple event with their first product... smart race cars.
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animated character from a childrens movie...youve already picked up on the inspiration. 2;29/what we wanted to do was create a character with a level of emotional depth and personality thats never been possible outside the screen nats...waking up the palm sized robot packs a lot into his little body... over 300 components. 7;10/microcontrollers... sensors, cameras, displays...all of these things have to go into him its all powered by an app on your phone... cozmo evolves the more you play with him... first learning to recognize your face... he can play games, interat oh! ha ha ha... this is part of cozmos personality company co-founder boris sofman says the toy combines his love of robotics... with artifical intelligence... cut this line 8;03/its the first time we have a team of animators nats...cozmo 22;32/they approach cozmo the same way they would approach the magic of
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backstory hell even get smarter over time. 23;58/how he is in october is going to be pretty magical but thats just the first step in a long journey of how hes going to evolve what a neat little guy... i want one! ill be curious to see how my kids react to him... you can preorder cozmo now, he is expected to be available in october. more info on the
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