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mostly sunny conditions expected today with a few more clouds this afternoon and evening. highs will climb into the low 80s with dewpoints in the upper 60s making it a bit sticky. there is a chance of a few storms overnight with a better chance of rain and thunderstorms on tuesday. a cold front moves through tuesday helping generate those storms and ushering in some cooler - more 'fall-like' air. highs go from the low to mid 80s tuesday to the low 70s on wednesday and dewpoints drop to bring in that more autumnal feeling. today: morning fog then partly sunny. high: 82 dewpoint: 67 wind: se 5-10 mph tonight: slight chance of rain and thunderstorms after midnight. low: 66 dewpoint: 68 wind: sw 3-5 h angelica adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no
breaking news now. a violent attack on milwaukee's east side. a man was stabbed to death near arlington and pulaski. and police are now searching for the suspect. julie collins joins us live with details. just hours ago police were here investigating that death near north it was around 12-40 this morning when the call came in. it was around 12-40 this morning when the call came in. shortly there after police arrived and barricaded the area with yellow and red police tape. several police and investigators were out here this morning to investigate. milwaukee police say police say an argument between two people that knew each other lead to the stabbing. and despite life
milwaukee police and fire fighters -- a 32 year old milwaukee man died on the scene. the suspect in this stabbing fled the scene and milwaukee police are currently looking for him. that's the very latest from milwaukee's east side -- julie collins. fox 6 news. meanwhile-- milwaukee police have tracked down one of the suspected looters during the unrest. they say 27-year-old darius saxton was at the o'reilly auto parts store, metro p-c-s and jet beauty. according to court documents-- he deni stores with the exception of lingerie. he faces three counts of burglary. es 'hopefully, people dont view this as a negative and they rebuild those businesses.' there's a bright spot coming out of sherman park... dozens came together for a surprise 80-th birthday party honoring 'lester staples junior' yesterday... staples is co-owner of 'staple brothers hardware,' located at 35-th and
his burned. thankfully, staple brothers was untouched. the store has been open for 48 years - and the brothers say theyve never seen anything like what happened that weekend. in recognizing staples, state senator lena taylor calls him a 'community leader.' 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.' family members say staples has always helped out in the giving those in the community who have fallen on hard times deep discounts. he also makes it a priority to hire teens... and teaches them the value of hard work. a 32-year-old man is thanking the new berlin first responders who saved his life. dejuante wade says he was playing basketball in malone park ... when he went into cardiac arrest.his fiance and two daughters were with him at the time. officer rick helm hooked up wade to a defibrillator which delivered one shock. the fire department continued with chest
there because if he hadn't, i wouldn't be here today. you take it personal because i have a daughter and seeing him being a father, being a part of the opportunity to save somebody and give em those extra time with his family it means a lot as an officer. wade says doctors don't know why he went into cardiac arrest. he now has an i-c-d implant that will help prevent it from happening again. veterans helping veterans. community. local army veteran daniel newberry -- hit the streets on a journey to help prevent suicide. he walked 22 miles- trekked 11 miles from his hales corners home 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. the weight on my back kind or represents the burden we all carry once we exit the military service or once we come home
veterans who commit suicide on a daily basis. if you would like donate to veterans charities in the area. we have a link to their go fund me page on our website a dense fog advisory in place this morning for some northern counties in our area. chief meteorologist rob haswell tells us when that clears off - coming up. plus - should college professors be replaced by documentaries or recordings? what u-s senator ron johnson and russ feingold have to say about the controversy - just ahead. rapper speaking out after he says he was robbed by an armed man. why he is so upset by the police response - next. this is your moment, this is your time. i believe in you.
right now with a high near 82. when we might see some more rain and a chance of storms coming up. a chicago-area rapper speaking out after he says someone robbed him and held him at gunpoint. but he says he is more upset by how the police treated him after the incident. che "rhyme-fest" smith drove to the police station after he say stole his wallet.he says it took about 30 minutes though before police actually took his report.. rhymefest took video of his treatment at the police station...and posted what happened on twitter. a police spokesperson reached out to rhymefest on twitter -- apologizing for the officers actions...and saying the incident will be addressed. "i don't want the apology. i want to know why. why has it been like this. i feel like the superintendent needs to
in this community. and needs to explain that." rhymefest says it is already intimidating for many people to report crime---and that this response doesn't help. a scary situation for passengers on a southwest flight. the plane made an emergency landing after one of its engines failed in mid-flight . this is the picture of that engine that one of the passenger took after the landing on in pensacola florida saturday.. southwest says te happened on a flight from new orleans to orlando. the engine failure caused the cabin to lose pressure, so the passengers had to use oxygen masks. the plane still landed safely and no one was hurt. federal investigators are still looking into what happened. coming up at six -- an officer saves a man from being run over by train...and its all caught on camera. u-s gymnast gabby douglas missed a scheduled appearance at the m-t-v video music awards with her olympic teammates. what landed her back in the hospital-- twice in one day. and the packers gearing up for
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we're back to honey again. who's directing this? that guy! figures. some areas are waking up to dense fog with a dense fog advisory in place for ozaukee, sheboygan and washington counties until 9am. mostly sunny conditions expected today with a few more clouds this afternoon and evening. highs will climb into the low 80s with dewpoints in the upper 60s making it a bit sticky. there is a chance of a few storms overnight with a better chance of rain a cold front moves through tuesday helping generate those storms and ushering in some cooler - more 'fall-like' air. highs go from the low to mid 80s tuesday to the low 70s on wednesday and dewpoints drop to bring in that rautumnal feeling. today: rning. gh: 82 dewpoint67 nd: se 5-10 m: ight chance of rain and uetorms w: 66 dewpoint: 68nds3-5 mph low: 66 dewpoint: 68 wind: sw 3-5 mph traffic check red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no
latin american music icon juan gabriel has died. a county coroner says he passed away from natural causes in santa monica, california. gabriel, whose legal name was alberto aguilera valadez, sold more than a- hundred-million records career. gabriel was considered one of the greatest performers and composers in mexico. his career spanned styles from pop to bolero to regional mexican. the musician was 66-years-old. and olympic gymnastics star gabby douglas resting after being hospitalized for an infection. the 20-year-old has been fighting an ongoing mouth injury that led to a serious infection. according to her publicist -- douglas was admitted to the hospital sunday evening after experiencing swelling and adverse reactions to
and "resting comfortably." she was forced to miss an appearance in new york at the m-t-v video music awards alongside her u-s olympic teammates. u-s senator ron johnson sparks controversy by saying college professors could be replaced by documentaries normally found on pbs-- causing johnson and democrat russ feingold to spar over college costs over the past week. political reporter theo keith says johnson isn't backing down from his comments. senator ron johnson skewered by democrats for suggesting that ken burns' civil war videos would do a better job teaching students than history teachers. "i think that is an absurd way of talking about this issue burns himself tweeted, i'm here to support teachers' not replace them.this week, johnson explained. 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.
other professors, go off of that an expand on that johnson is making "professor pay" an issue against his democratic opponent, russ feingold... hes part of the problem feingold earned 150-thousand dollars as a stanford university professor in 2015. republicans have dressed up as the stanford mascot, a tree, to mock him. 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 feing taken less money at stanford -- which is a private, not public, school. he didn't directly answer. this issue is about student loans and the fact that there is a terrible problem with people being in debt 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. in the newsroom, theo keith fox 6 news.
some areas are waking up to dense fog with a dense fog advisory in place for ozaukee, sheboygan and washington counties until 9am. mostly sunny conditions expected today with a few more clouds this afternoon and evening. highs will climb into the low 80s with dewpoints in the upper 60s making it a bit sticky. storms overnight with a better chance of rain and thunderstorms on tuesday. a cold front moves through tuesday helping generate those storms and ushering in some cooler - more 'fall-like' air. highs go from the low to mid 80s tuesday to the low 70s on wednesday and dewpoints drop to bring in that more autumnal feeling. today: morning fog then partly sunny. high: 82 dewpoint: 67 wind: se 5-10 mph tonight: slight chance of rain and thunderstorms after midnight. low: 66 dewpoint: 68 wind: sw 3-5 mph tuesday: chance of rain and thunderstorms. mostly cloudy. humid. high: 84 dewpoint: 69 wind: sw 5-10 mph wednesday:mostly sunn . low: 58 hi: dewpoint: 55 wind:e 5-10 mph friday: mostly sunny. am low: 6hh:74 dewpoint: 53 wine 5-10 mph saturday: mostly sunny. am low: 61 high: 78 dewpoint: 55 wind: s
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at the start of the weekend series with the pirates, the brewers were 64-17 against them at miller park since 2007. so the crew looked to be in a good position to keep their winning ways going. but the pirates had other ideas, winning the 1st 3 games of the series and going for the sweep sunday. the brewers, however, get things going in the 3rd inning when jonathan villar gets a hold of one and sends it out over the wall in center giving them a 1-0 lead. but that's the only run they'd score and the pirates would take the lead in the 6th, after john jaso
and it's 2-1 pittsburgh. in the 8th starling marte adds a little insurance with a solo shot of his own. and the pirates sweep through milwaukee with the 3-1 win. "we got very little going today. we didn't have a hit, i think out only hits were with 2 outs in the inning. and we didn't have a hit with men on base at all today. so it was a quiet day offensively for sure." it's a big week at training camp as the packers roster will be trimmed to 75 by their final preseason game on thursday in kansas city. one player who isn't worried about being cut is jordy nelson. but his status for thursday is doubtful. "i wouldn't say i'm happy, i mean it's a situation that we were put in. i think if everything would have gone smooth coming into camp we would have been in a different situation but it's a situation that we're in and i think we've handled it well. we're where we need to be. we got two weeks of most likely for me will be normal practices going into
well i think all the packers fans can agree they hope he is ready to go when they play jacksonville on september 11th game you can see right here on fox 6. that's it for sports. i hope you have a great day. coming up next - from batman and catwoman...and cyclops and jean grey...comic con attendees are feeling the love. how successful a speed dating program has been. plus -- not sure how this is a sport...but we'll tell you all about the bicycle bog snorkeling championships - and the top names in music showed off at the m-t-v video music awards last night. find out who took home a moon man ...plus some of the big acts -- coming up at six. some fog to start then mostly sunny with highs in the low 80s. right now . storms are possible tomorrow.
sci-fi speed dating. it's available at science fiction conventions...and, so far, it's proved to be successful. according to one of the organizers, it's resulted in 84 marriages, 62 engagements, more than a hundred serious relationships -- and 23 babies. all that over a six-year period. check this out. a man wearing an actual jetpack flew off the roof of a building in it was part of the kickoff of the 2016 colorado extreme sports film competition. a couple hundred people watched... and the guy landed safely after about 30 seconds. he said "it's what every kid in the world dreamed of." whistle nat, go go go go! how's this for an extreme sport? the world mountain big bog snorkelling championships took place in wales saturday.
water-filled trench that measures six-and-a-half feet! the athletes are equipped with a snorkel to allow them to breathe as they go under water. oliver mckenna from brighton, england was crowned this year's winner.... "it was quite difficult to gain momentum once you've come off the start ramp you know so just thrash it out laughs ." to be heavy and dense in order to be good at the sport. divers were on hand as a safety precaution. all anchors chat/toss to 6am
now at 6:00 - we're following breaking news... after a man is stabbed to death on milwaukee's east side. now the search is on for a suspect. julie collins will have a live report from the scene. plus: "it's sad that people come to this whatever motivates them." new details... after two nuns are murdered in mississippi. in custody - and whether he knew the women who died. good morning and welcome to wakeup! rob's weather some areas are waking up to dense fog with a dense fog advisory in place for ozaukee, sheboygan and washington counties until 9am. mostly sunny conditions expected today with a few more clouds this afternoon and evening. highs will climb into the low 80s with dewpoints in the upper 60s making it a bit sticky. there is a chance of a few storms overnight with a better chance of rain and thunderstorms