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9. our big story at nine: he says he was dead for two minutes ... but was brought back to life. and tonight, he is thanking the police officer and the first responders who saved his life. fox six's jenna sachs spoke with them all - she's in the newsroom with the story you'll see only on fox 6. dejuante wade is just 32 years-old. he doesn't smoke ... earlier this month got a clean bill of health from a doctor. then two weeks ago today ... his heart stopped. you never know when something like this gonna happen. playing basketball at malone park ... dejuante wade felt his heart ... begin to beat ... irregularly. they said it was cardiac arrest. wade walked to his car... and that's where his memory ends. he flung his head back and his feet were out the window and he
other hand ... will never forget. trying to call his name to wake him up and he had just stopped moving. it was advised to us through dispatch that he was pulseless and a non-breather. officer rick helm of new berlin ... was quick to arrive. i hooked up a defib that we carry in all our patrol cars. the defibrillator gave wade one shock . his fiance watched.. with their two daughters ... ages seven and six- months-old. evyb going on. she was scared for her dad and i thought we were going to lose him. a minute later ... the fire department showed up. we started with the cpr and we started noticing that he had a pulse. marco pelicaric and carlos rodriguez say they worked on wade ... all the way to the hospital... shocking him 5 more times. i was dead for 2 minutes, 2 or 3 minutes. wade remembers nothing .... except waking up at froedtert hospital. when asked if there's one thing he wants this story
the cops because if it wasn't for him i wouldn't be here with my family today. wade was in a medically induced coma... and on breathing tubes. doctor don't know why it happened the first-- but wade has an i-c-d implant that will shock him if he goes into cardiac arrest again. now ... he says he feels fine ... and it's almost like it didn't happen. reporting live in the newsroom. jenna sachs. fox 6 news. a mother and 4 kids - are left with nothing after their house
victoria wherry cant look at her home without getting emotional. 'right now i have nothing, nothing, im down to zero. i got nothing, my kids dont got nothing.' the place she and her four kids called home...until recently. 'i had to board the house up to even live here and i got tired of being boarded up into 1 room so i havent been here for 3 weeks.' milwaukee fire department says the city condemned the house and since then the family has been shelters. they left their belongings behind. 'i have nothing, no food, no clothes everything had been burnt in the fire. i have nothing.' wherry got a call around 7:30 that her house was on fire - it appears to have started in the upstairs...debris fills the alleyway. 'right now im devastated with 4 kids on the streets what am i to do? i dont know what im to do.' the cause and origin of the fire is still under investigation. in milwaukee. julie collins. fox 6 news.
to the home is around 149 - thousand dollars. milwaukee police are investigating a fatal shooting. it happened last night around ten- o'clock in the area of richards and wright. the victim is a 30-year-old male -- despite life saving efforts by milwaukee police and fire, he died on scene. and on the city's south side - a stand off ends peacefully near 13th and orchard. police say there was an argument between neighbors - and shots were fired.. they say the shooter then went back into hi barricaded himself inside along with his 6-year-old son. officers tried to get the man to come out - but eventually had to force their way in .. the child was found locked in a bedroom unharmed. the 38 year old man is now facing charges. milwaukee police say 3 people are hurt - after a crash involving a stolen car - on milwaukee's northwest side. it happened at 76th and mill around 7-30 this morning. police say a ford focus - that was reported stolen earlier
76th and mill road. it slammed into a chevy suburban... which then hit a white car. the 18 year old driver and a 19 year old passenger in the focus suffered serious injuries.... and are in custody at a hospital. a third person in the focus fled the scene. the driver of the suburban was also hurt, but their injuries are not life threatening. two juveniles are dead after a car crash friday night near 35th and keefe. police say the were thrown from the vehicle after it hit a tree. the tried to revive the two -- but they were pronounced dead at the scene. there were two others in the car at the time of the crash.. police say the 17-year-old driver of the car and another passenger were both taken to a local hospital. they are recovering from non-life threatening injuries. the west allis man accused in a multi- county, fatal crime spree is back in court tomorrow in sauk county. police say zachary hays killed his neighbor back in may. later that day he's accused of killing an illinois woman on the interstate in a drive-by
pleaded not guilty in milwaukee county. he's expected back in that court case next month. milwaukee police make another arrest in connection to the looting that took place back on august 13th. investigators say 27-year old darius saxton of milwaukee was at the oreilly auto parts store, metro p-c-s and jet beauty. according to the criminal complaint, saxton denies taking anything from the stores except some lingerie he says he took fromj investigators he dropped the items in the street after leaving the store. saxton faces three criminal counts of burglary. staple brothers hardware is located right in between many of those businesses looted or burned two weeks ago. but the hardware store still stands... and so does one of its owners... who had a big reason to celebrate today. fox6s bret lemoine is live outside the 'four points by sheraton' in brown deer with more. this is where family members and friends surprised 'lester
being recognized by the state... for the life-long work hes done in sherman park. lester staples junior has no idea what hes walking in to... nat 'surprise!' surrounded by friends and family... dozens gather for a surprise 80-th birthday party at the 'four points by nat 'happy birthday, cousin!' staples is the co-owner of 'staple brothers hardware.' located at the corner of 35-th and burleigh... in recent weeks... there have been surprises here too. the business sits right next to others... burned down and looted two weeks ago. ls 'dont run. when you got a problem, run to it not away from it.' ...the kind of sights his brother, edward, never thought hed see. es 'hopefully, people dont view this as a negative and they rebuild those businesses.' for nearly 48 years, the brothers have owned and
community.' they never would have imagined the neighborhood would burn around them. like the building itself... lt 'on behalf of the state of wisconsin, i read this citation...' staples remains a constant in the sherman park area. hes recognized on his birthday by state senator lena taylor. lt 'hes been supportive of the individuals who live in the community, hes hired people - but also the guy you can talk to and get wisdom staples...' but after 80 years... and in the wake of unrest... its clear hes the glue that this neighborhood needs now... more than ever. ls 'hard work, dedication.' family members say staples has always helped out in the neighborhood - like giving those in the community who have fallen on hard times deep discounts. he also makes it a priority to hire teens... and teach them
brown deer, bl, fox6 news. for more positive news like this, coming out of sherman park as milwaukee heals in the wake of unrest -- head to our website, fox six now dot com or your fox six news mobile app. you'll find a link atop the home page featuring a collection of our coverage. a few passing clouds this evening and overnight with the fog. the temperature will fall into the low 60s. mostly sunny tomorrow but warm and humid with highs in the low 80s. staying humid tuesday with the chance for rain and thunder. cooler, more comfortable conditions expected the rest of
tonight: a few clouds. low: 62 dewpoint: 64 wind: ne 2-4 mph monday: mostly sunny, warm and humid. high: 81 dewpoint: 66 wind: se 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny with the chance for t-storms. warm and humid. am low: 64 high: 83 dewpoint: 70 wind: sw 5-10 mph education has worked its way into the race for the wisconsin senate seat. but not in the way you might think. incumbent "ron johnson's" take on v how much "russ feingold" made as a college instructor are now part of the debate. why a famous filmmaker is getting involved. the latest on the murder of two nuns in mississippi--one of who was raised here. a suspect's in custody--what many people want to know is did "he" know the women he's suspected of killing. and he always knows what to say to golfers when he carries their bag but it's not only on the course where he strikes the right note.
friends and colleagues who knew two nuns killed in their mississippi home are gathering to remember them. one of those nuns is from milwaukee. a wake was held today at the church where the women led bible study. tomorrow there will be a mass.. tonight though - the suspect is behind bars - facing two counts of capital murder. reid binion reports. "it's sad that people come to this whatever motivates them." is now facing two counts of capital murder.. in the stabbing deaths of two mississippi nuns. authorities say margaret held and paula merrill were found dead inside their rural town home thursday morning. held and merrill were both nurse practitioners who worked for a clinic inone of the state's poorest counties. mos "they take the time with the patiets. they -- you know, they go... they go way beyond."clinic employees notified police when the nuns failed to show up
a car missing from the home was also found later that night about a mile away. sister barbaralie stiefermann, school sisters of st. francis "it's hard to imagine that one who served the poor, untiringly, day and night sometimes, that her life would be taken in this violent way."those who knew the nuns say they had real empathy and compassion for the people they served. eyes. all you had to do was go to them, ask them for help and they help you in anyway that they can."authorities have not revealed a motive or a possible link between sanders and the nuns. i'm reid binion reporting. a spokeswoman for the mississippi department of corrections says sanders was out on probation after being convicted last year of felony dui. sanders was also convicted of armed robbery back in the 1980s. learn more about sister margaret
com, or your fox six news mobile app. we have posted a video featuring sister margaret and sister paula speaking about their ministry -- work they called challenging but inspiring. two brothers are behind bars -- arrested in the shooting death of chicago bulls' dwyane wade's cousin. derren and darwin sorells - are each facing first degree murder charges. police say both are documented gang members and on parole for previous gun charges. dispute involving an uber driver. they say two men had an argument with the driver that escalated.. 32-year-old "nykea aldridge" was then caught in the crossfire while pushing her three-week old child in a stroller. civil rights leaders across the country are saying this murder... is indicative of a much larger problem. "it's clear that none of us are
the incident on chicago's south side -- her infant was not injured. the baby is being cared for by family members. meantime the shooting death of dwyane wade's cousin - making headlines in the race for president. shortly after the news - republican nominee donald trump tweeted .. dwyane wade's cousin was just shot and killed walking her baby in chicago. just what i have been saying. african- americans will vote trump! had trump misspelling wade's first name but critics were more offended at the apparent lack of sensitivity. so then, trump tweeted this. he the softened his stance saying - my condolences to dwyane wade and his family, on the loss of nykea aldridge. they are in my thoughts and prayers. democratic candidate hillary clinton did not comment on the shooting - instead she focused on her first national security briefing yesterday. it was held at the federal bureau of investigations field office in
donald trump, recently received his first briefing, as well. and the libertarian candidate for president is coming to milwaukee. governor gary johnson will be at serb hall thursday at 7pm. johnson is a two-term governor of new mexico. college costs -- dominating wisconsin's u-s senate race this week between ron johnson and russ feingold. this -- after johnson advocates for replacing college professors with ken burns documentaries. political reporter theo keith in the newsroom. education cartel" for driving up the cost of college. democrats attacked him, but johnson continued to raise the issue. a debate over college costs began with, of all things, a p-b-s series... "from director ken burns"it started when u-s senator ron johnson suggested that burns' videos on the civil war would do a better job teaching
could. you dont need individual professors for everything - when you find an excellent professor, put them on videotape, and let that person be the lecturer for a host of other individuals. and then let other teachers, other professors, go off of that an expand on that johnson's democratic opponent, russ feingold, responded: "i think that is an absurd way of talking about this issue burns himself tweeted, i'm here to support teachers' not re making professor pay a campaign issue. its interesting, i know senator feingold is attacking me one more time - falsely feingold's financial disclosure report, required of all u-s senate candidates, shows he made 150- thousand dollars as a stanford university professor in 2015. i dont know how long those lectures were. an hour? 8,000 per hour? maybe it was 2 hours. 4,000 an hour? it just gives you an indication of why college is so unbelievably expensive fox6 asked feingold if he should've taken less money at stanford -- which is a private,
this issue is about student loans and the fact that there is a terrible problem with people being in debt this is the issue. when senator johnson was asked about it, his response was, well, what we should do is get rid of professors and instead just play ken burns videos the most recent marquette poll showed feingold leading johnson by 11 points among people who say they're voting in november, and by 5 points among all registered voters. live, theo keith, fox6 news. hawaii. 6 people - one dome isolated for a year. today - they finally came out . the first thing they want to do - and the first thing they want to eat.. small steps for a huge mission. 22 miles. each one - representing a life lost. the local veteran walking to
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from hawaii - six scientists - who have lived in a dome in from hawaii - six scientists - who have lived in a dome in near isolation - for a year - emerged this morning. they doing a simulation of life on mars. the group could go outside only while wearing spacesuits. the researchers say they're are eager to get in the ocean and eat fresh produce. through the university of hawaii. you are watching fox 6 news at 9. a few passing clouds this evening and overnight with the chance for patchy fog. the temperature will fall into the
and humid with highs in the low 80s. staying humid tuesday with the chance for rain and thunder. cooler, more comfortable conditions expected the rest of the week with plenty of sunshine. tonight: a few co 62 dewpoint: 64 wind: ne 2-4 mph monday: mostly sunny, warm and humid. high: 81 dewpoint: 66 wind: se 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny with the chance for t-storms. warm and humid. am low: 64 high: 83 dewpoint: 70 wind: sw 5-10 mph every day-- 22 veterans on average take their own lives. coming up-- how one veteran who found his way is making sure others have a
daniel newberry hit the streets with a rucksack on his back.. the weight on my back kind or represents the burden we all carry once we exit the military service or once we come home from a combat deployment and a goal in his mind. im doing a 22 mile forced ruck march that represents the 22 veterans who commit suicide on daily basis symbolizing the strength he wants to help others find. i've lost so many people to it. if could have only talked to them if i could have only told them to keep pushing forward keep moving forward and that's exactly what this is simulating. taking a voyage to encourage other veterans find their next steps in life. when you are exiting the service there is not preparation for us to decompress as much as they try. there is no there is not enough outreach out there urging vets to seek help every step of the way as a civilian
journey newberry trekked 11 miles from his hales corners home here to trackers pub and grub in south milwaukee and back. its the combat veterans motorcycle association headquarters, a place where he found a sense of belonging and support. i had to come to terms with that. i had to develop a way to cope surrounding yourself with the right people finding other veteran organizations from honks.. nats to cheers... nats support for the cause was great. im super proud of him as he created awareness remember those who are lost, remember those who are who need help and remember those who need help and trying to motivate others to do the same. in milwaukee county, dericawilliams fox 6 news. if you would like donate to veterans charities in the area. we have a link to their go fund me page on our website one passion has taken him around the world. another has allowed him to meet people from around the world. and even though they're
they help make up the life of an ozaukee county man. tonight, branon cruz goes beyond the game with his story. "it's a great place to come to work." for 7 years, the rolling hills of long fescue, short fairway grass, and smooth putting greens at erin hills golf course have been john patek's summer office. he walks over it, around it and through it so many times that he's intimately knowledgeable about every a 2017 u.s. open championship. "that's the best part of this job is people are here because this course is special. and then because you can make it a little more fun because you know make sure you miss much further left than you think. or, take 3 extra clubs because it's more uphill. i mean that helps them enjoy it." "i think knowing 14 green, how fun that green is. or kind of the nuances of the course, i mean all the caddies here have that knowledge. i mean
necessarily change a lot, but it's fun." looping for players is a lot of work, but with it comes rewards. "its very important to understand people and to make sure that im here to help them play golf and to help give them lines and read putts. but, im also here to help them enjoy it. and thats as much about understanding people as it is about being knowledgeable." but being a caddy isn't the only way he understands and helps people or great way to do that because i'm the president and the secretary and the head of hr and everything and i'm the product when it comes to playing the violin." a job he's enjoyed much longer than he's been caddying is teaching violin and other string instruments in his hometown of mequon. "it's a question of, kind of creating an income basically. as a freelance musician you have infinite options." "if i pigeon holed myself and said i'm only going to play in an orchestra, i would have to work really, really hard. and i'd have to have the chips fall exactly right when you have those auditions to land a full
or, i can say that i'm a dynamic kind of musician with diverse abilities." "when you work hard enough, then, those chances, they come around and the chances are teaching and teaching doesn't lead to just more teaching. it leads to performance options. and it leads to playing gigs." and does he play gigs. ever since graduating from the university of wisconsin, patek has worked hard enough and been fortunate enough to play around the world. "i just got to play with the lucerne symphony in where i work mostly as a performer in switzerland." "i just got to play with the lucerne symphony in lucerne, switzerland. thats where i work mostly as a performer in switzerland." "-so, switzerland, france, germany, ive played in italy. played in spain, the czech republic. and then i just, with the lucerne company, we just played in lucerne and then i got to go to
really great experiences." and it's because of the choices he's made that he's been able to live out his passion, which includes playing with one particular organization. "my dream is the milwaukee symphony. i saw them growing up. i've subbed with them a few times and i love it. i'm giddy every time. i would be less excited to play with the new york philharmonic than i am to play with milwaukee because i grew up as a kid. but, it's a question of putting things together to make it your life." which makes patek's walk one of fulfillment and it's following a unique path to success. "i think it balanced than i would be if i just played the violin. and maybe i would be a little better at the violin. maybe i would play more with the milwaukee symphony or more with more prestigious orchestras or people would know my name more as john patek the violinist. but at the same time i feel pretty balanced mentally and spiritually and i feel good about what my life is and this is part of it for sure. it balances the stress and the work of music and then music balances this out. you know if i work here for 20 out of 23 days my shoulders are a little sore. my feet are a little sore and
me forget about all those things." at erin hills, brandon cruz, fox 6 sports. in december, pak milwaukee symphony in the violin section and soling with the concord chamber orchestra in may.his dream is for people to encourage and support their children to become musicians and respect it as a very honorable and respectful career. if you'd like more information on the 2017 us open, check the links page of our website -- fox 6 now dot com --
louisiana .. a bus filled with volunteers - crashes- killing two people - and tonight - the driver is under scrutiny - why he never should have been behind that wheel. he's hard to find - and hard to miss.. six - one, two-hundred and fifty pounds - with some very memorable tattoos.. help catch tonight's most wanted. and as we look at the week ahead we're expecting quiet and cooler conditions, after one day of
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family film "kubo and the two strings" coming in third. dolly parton is getting her own license plate! the state of tennessee is honoring the country music legend with a specialty license plate. the plate has parton's picture - and will help raise money for parton's "imagination library," a service that provides free books to kids five and younger. and that's the buzz. rolling in-- but then a sunny start to the week. weather expert stephanie barichello has got all of the details coming up in her six-day forecast. plus-- victims of the louisiana flooding getting some much needed help. how these dogs are getting a clean start. still ahead-- saved in the nick of time! the rescue caught on camera with just seconds to
much so that just this year, they've collected over 200,000 in cash for viewers. meet some of people you may have talked to that you never meet....and, see what happens inside contact 6 to make it all happen new at ten. the last day of mexican fiesta-- kicks off with the fiesta run and walk. many enjoyed a light healthy breakfast of fruits and smoothies. participants joined in on a larg their blood flowing before the run/walk. organizers are focusing on diabetes and obesity awareness. 'its just because we needed to bring awareness about issues that effect the hispanic community, but we know these are issues that effect everybody so obesity and diabetes are huge issues that we have and a nice way to prevent them is walk and stay
the walk ended with a procession to the amphitheater where all participants enjoyed a bilingual mass before mexican fiesta officially opened at noon. adlib to wx weather a few passing clouds overnight with the chance for patchy fog. the temperature will fall into the low 60s. mostly sunny tomorrow but warm and humid with highs in the low 80s. staying humid tuesday with
cooler, more comfortable conditions expected the rest of the week with plenty of sunshine. tonight: a few clouds. low: 62 dewpoint: 64 wind: ne 2-4 monday: mostly sunny, warm and humid. high: 81 dewpoint: 66 wind: se 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny with the chance for t-storms. warm and humid. am low: 64
evening and overnight with the chance for patchy fog. the temperature will fall into the low 60s. mostly sunny tomorrow but warm and humid with highs in the low 80s. staying humid tuesday with the chance for rain and thunder. cooler, more comfortable conditions expected the rest of the week with plenty of sunshine. low: 62 dewpoint: 64 wind: ne 2-4 mph monday: mostly sunny, warm and humid. high: 81 dewpoint: 66 wind: se 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny with the chance for t-storms. warm and humid. am low: 64 high: 83 dewpoint: 70 wind: sw 5-10 mph wednesday:mostly sunny. am low: 60 high: 76 dewpoint: 61 wind: n 5-10
as monarch butterflies are about to make their yearly migration down to mexico-- you can see them as they make their trek. the friends of the monarch trail showed visitors just where to spot them today during their annual monarch migration celebration today in wauwatosa. not only were their those spots-- but there was also a picnic and chances to learn more about the butterflies and their yearly migration. "i think it captivates people's imaginations and their interest and i think we're gonna make a lot of little scientists out of people here and that's what's gonna save the monarchs in the long run." today's guided tours also showed the habitat restoration projects in progress to protect the monarchs. a group of volunteers rescuing
louisiana flooding... bringing them up north to clean them and find them temporary homes. fox's dan bowens has the story. pagnozzi says: "she's coming like some pretty mess flood conditions." it is a clean start... nats washing for this little pup -- rescuers renamed rouge pagnozzi says: "the rescue is calling her rouge -- because she came from baton little white dog ... and molly mae --- all four legged victim of the floods in louisiana...pagnozzi says: "good girl.. good girl." getting a much needed bath at lisa pagnozzi's somethin to wag about - it's a pet spa in dumont. nj. pagnozzi says: "i'm washing off
she got to me." urman says: "if you could have seen rouge... she looked like a lochness monster.. it was just gross, mold, i mean, they were in sludge." robyn urman -- and volunteers from tennefly's pet resqsaved traveled to the bayou to save the dogs... urman says: "i'm more of the mama bear.. drives up the streets.. i grab them." she has at least 40-50 more animals -- on their way up.. she's collecting supplies.. and working with local shelters.. urman says: "look we need money. we have to spay them, we have to feed them, groom them...transporting them up if we don't get free on pet foster parents like denise burns to step up. burns says: "if i can give them loving.. and take care of them for a while until i know they are going to a loving home...that's why we do it." nats bath time over... all cleaned up... nails clipped.. bandanas and bow's... the fresh start they deserve... pagnozzi says: "make her feel like a princess because that's how she deserves to feel." urman says: "it makes me feel good... i'm sitting here thinking.. how many
two people are dead, after a crash involving a bus filled with people trying to help with flood relief in louisiana. police say the bus lost control on interstate 10 and hit several other vehicles, including a fire truck that had responded to an earlier crash. a local fire chief was killed, as was a person in another car hit by the bus. two other firefighrs than 40 people on the bus were hurt. the bus driver has been arrested. police say he is a man from honduras, who is in the country illegally, and does not have a license to drive a bus. pope francis is planning to visit parts of central italy ... hit by a devastating earthquake last week. the pontiff announced today that he plans to visit the area as soon as possible. he will comfort the survivors and families of those killed in the quake. at least 290 people died in the quake. rescue teams are still searching through the rubble, but there is
survivors. 10 people are dead after a bus crash in china. authorities say the bus was carrying 42 people on a motorway in south china, when it hit a guard rail and rolled over into a ditch. the driver was among those killed. officials are trying to determine the cause of the crash. a new jersey cop is being praised for saving a life, with just second to spare. the rescue was caught on security camera video. the officer tried to sav was lying on the tracks. the man on the tracks actually fought the officer's efforts to pull him away. the officer keeps at it though... eventually dragging the man off the tracks just moments before a train pulled into the station. firefighters battle the long-burning wildfire at an entrance to yellowstone park. the blaze, which has been burning for a month, blocks the jackson wyoming entrance to the park. emergency workers are focusing
protecting the campgrounds and buildings inside. they also want to make sure none of the buildings opr trees damaged by the fire are going to fall and hurt someone. the park still has entrances open for business in montana and cody, wyoming. another reason to go hands free when your driving. california police said a 19-year-old driving a car got a cellphone charger - when he reached down to try to free himself - he crashed into a power pole.. closing down traffic.. no one was hurt but the crash caused even more problems.. it led to major delays for concertgoers heading to see dave matthews. it's not what dave mathews had in mind when he wrote "crash into me." it's probably the last thing a felon should have in their possession but u.s. marshals say a milwaukee man cant' seem to
in this week's wisconsin's most wanted. a life on the run is a lonely place. "he's probably living in a hole somewhere." it's a dark corner jordan coney finds himself in...after years of breaking the law. "he's been arrested on off for the wrap sheet of 32-year-old jordan coney is no quick read. as his convictions keep stacking up. "yeah, he has a 17-page criminal history. he is a convicted felon." marshals say last october -- the milwaukee police executed a search warrant of jordan's north side home. "and found drugs as well as several firearms at the residence which belonged to jordan." it wasn't long before the d.a. added
"two counts of a felon is possession of a firearm and one county of felony drug offense as well." but a man who's had plenty of run-ins with police has fallen off the grid. marshals say he's likely low in milwaukee. agents say it's kind of hard for coney to blend into the crowd, "jordan is six foot one, two-hundred and fifty pounds. he does have tattoos. on his lower left arm bertha, rip cassie." marshals say coney has been out far too and it's time to bring him in. "he has to constantly cover his tracks wherever he goes." because the longer he's on the street more desperate he'll become.. jonathon gregg fox6 news.
now at 10-- it was just two weeks ago that protesters set 8 businesses on fire near sherman park. o'reilly's auto parts was one of them. and it was a total loss. but at the business across the street-- there is cause for celebration. fox6 exclusive. a long time business owner in the sherman park area receives state recognition on his 80-th birthday... its a 'thank you' for what hes done for the community for decades... and what he continues to do after the unrest. our bret lemoine shares his story. its the kind of surprise... you hope for in your golden years. nat 'surprise!' sunday afternoon... its happening for lester staples juniors 80-th birthday.
but it was only two weeks ago... staples was surprised by flames much larger than the ones atop a birthday cake. staples is the co-owner of 'staple brothers hardware.' located at the corner of 35-th and burleigh. the business sits right next to others... burned down and looted. ls 'dont run. when you got a problem, run to it not away from it.' ...the kind of sights his brother, edward, never thought hed see. es 'hopefully, people dont view this as a negative and they rebuild those businesses.' for nearly 48 years, the brothers have owned and operated this store... community.' they never would have imagined the neighborhood would burn around them. like the building itself... lt 'on behalf of the state of wisconsin, i read this citation...' staples remains a constant in the sherman park area. hes recognized on his birthday by state senator lena taylor. lt 'hes been supportive of the individuals who live in the community, hes hired people - but also the guy you can talk to and get wisdom from.' customers call him 'mr staples...' but after 80 years... and in the wake of unrest... its clear