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republican presidential nominee donald trump picking up an unlikely endorsement today... from former campaign rival -- texas senator ted cruz. that endorsement comes with just three days left before the first presidential debate. lauren more on how the candidates are preparing for the highly anticipated event. holed up in trump tower, the republican nominee meeting with advisors ahead of the first presidential debate donald trump's son says he expects his dad to be himself on stage ... "he's spending lot of time studying, taking it incredibly serious ... but same time have to be true to self and message." trump's rival -- hillary clinton -- has, for the last three days, been at
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... on a call with reporters the clinton campaign spokeswoman said they're worried about trump lying during the debate, and going unchecked ... "trump thinks he's going to be the one to get under her skin but good luck ... some last minute moves by both campaigns as we head into the weekend ... first, clinton out with a new tv ad this morning ... blasting trump for things he's said about wo ugly face of hers ... she's a slob." and, in a surprising move by trump's campaign ... the candidate releases an updated list of who he would pick to fill the supreme court seat left open with the passing of justice scalia .... trump's latest list now includes twenty-one potential nominees... "trump, also adding another last minute campaign stop tomorrow in virginia, a state he's is struggling to get ahead in, while clinton is expected to be on the campaign trail every day next week following
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for the latest in the presidential campaigns -- democrat, republican or libertarian -- get the fox6 news app and click the "politics" tab. it's time for your news and weather together. a horicon woman faces drunk driving charges in connection to a crash in ashippun that injured her 3- year-old daughter. investigators say 32-year-old noelle deehr was driving on town road m-m of her s-u-v and crashed into a pole. her daughter was ejected from the vehicle and airlifted to the hospital. officials say deehr told them she was on her way to pick her other child up from school. she has two prior o-w-i convictions. milwaukee police address speeding on the city's northwest side today. they're urging everyone to slow down on major roads, after two bad crashes yesterday. the first
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where two people died after crashing into a public works truck. the second crash happened ten minutes later near teutonia and good hope. that's where a man crashed into a box truck and was seriously injured. uw- milwaukee stressing safety after a recent attempted armed robbery. early wednesday morning-- two men tried to rob a 28-year-old man at gunpoint near oakland and newport-- but the victim got away. next week is campus safety week-- where the university will offer classes and seminars dealing off campus. police are also urging students to take advantage of the school's resources to stay secure. it's finally feeling like fall, but with the cooler weather we've got a lot of cloud cover. overnight will bring us a chance for patchy fog and mist. temperatures will slowly drop through the 60s and into the
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tomorrow will be in the upper 60s under mostly cloudy skies again. tonight: mostly cloudy with some mist and patchy fog overnight. low: 59 dewpoint: 58 wind: ene 3-7 mph protecting your money. a new team, in wisconsin is joining the effort to eliminate social security disability fraud. justin williams has more on the new team protecting taxpayers. this group wants wisconsin's criminals to know something, the public's trust in social security programs is critical. there's a new unit in town, we
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efforts geared towards preventing, investigating and prosecuting fraud involving our programs. and it's name is c-d-i. the milwaukee criminal disabilities investigations unit. friday, members of the social security administration gather for a dedication ceremony, as wisconsin becomes the next state to feature this newly-created, three-person team. they'll be leading the push to protect wisconsin residents from social security disability fraud, waste and disability examiners a resource to turn to, when they have a questionable disability claim, and, when they need more evidence to make an accurate decision, cdi units can give them that evidence. michael robinson is an assistant inspector general for investigations, with the social security administration. he explains, a lot of the s-s-a's eligibility and entitlement requirements allow people to be eligible for other, state- administered benefit programs, so ... it only makes
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state agencies, to ensure that -- if they are, and have been identified as, committing fraud, with us, that they're not committing fraud with that state agency. in its 19 years, the cooperative disabilities investigations program has saved a projected six- billion dollars to social security programs, and related, non-social security programs, nationwide. if you suspect fraud, and would like to report it, log onto fox-six-now-dot-com, where we've posted a link, with more information. for now, this is the latest, in downtown milwaukee, right outside of the justin williams, fox 6 news. for the first time in 5 weeks, the packers will be in familiar surroundings facing a familiar foe. and-- for the young guys, this is kind of a big deal, as they will see game day at lambeau field for the first time. brandon cruz has more coming up in
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road, the packers will play at lambeau field. of course 2 of those games were in the preseason, but the last time the packers played at home was on august 18th when they beat the raiders real as the lions will make their annual trip across lake michigan and it's the first chance for rookie kenny clark to play in front of the home fans when it counts. "i'm excited to really go out there and play at home. you know, this will be my first home game at a regular season game. so, i expect it to be loud. expect it to hopefully distract the detroit lions a little bit. so, i mean, i'm excited for it." and you can see the game right here on fox 6 at noon sunday. we will be live from lambeau with complete postgame coverage
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then we'll wrap up the entire day with the fox 6 sports blitz at 10:35. tomorrow, the next season begins for the badgers as they open big ten play at michigan state. with a 3-0 record in non conference games, things are going well for them. and while the importance of the schedule changes for conference play, it's still the same game for guys like safety d'cota dixon. "i think you have to respect the game and respect the players you going against, respect your opponents. but i don't think you want to make it too big. you don;t want to make the moment too big. live it when saturday comes and i think we'll be just fine." that brings us to the high school blitz game of the week winner, the closest yet this year coming up at 6 pip will feature the greenfield-whitnall match up. he'll have even more on fox 6 news at 9 and all the highlights and reaction during the high school blitz at 10. the final home series this season for the brewers gets
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this season. zach davies takes the mound for the crew tonight. last night was a milestone of sorts for the brewers as they beat the pirates behind home runs from scooter gennett and chris carter winning their 69th game of the season 3-1. that is one game better than last year's team and the brewers still have 9 games left on the schedule. we'll have highlights of tonight's game on fox 6 news at 10. as events have unfolded this week in charlotte over the police shooi catcher steve clevenger tweeted a number of racially charged tweets. because of this, the team has suspended him for the remainder of the season without pay. thursday clevenger apologized for the tweets but was still suspended by the
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illinois' calling. calling the makers. the doers. those who prefer one-of-a-kind, to common fare. calling the endlessly curious, and the boundary pushers. those who would rather make the most of their precious vacation days. this land is illinois.
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federal approval to enter the next stage of planning for the bus rapid transit route. the planned nine-mile east-west route would connect wauwatosa to
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than existing bus lines-- creating a new option for daily commuters. the county expects it to cost 42- to 48- million dollars. if officials can secure a federal grant covering 80-percent of the cost -- construction is anticipated to begin in 2018. waukesha county technical college and cardinal stritch university reach an agreement. it'll allow w-c-t-c associate degree graduates to transfer credits they've earned toward a stritch business degree. the agreement save money-- and give them a chance to earn their business degree online, at w- c-t-c or a combination of the two. for more information on these and other stories in the business journal, we have a link to their site on ours, it's time for your news and weather together. activists in syria say another round of airstrikes have hit the syrian city of aleppo -- trapping more than 50 people under the rubble. continuous bombings prevented rescue efforts from beginning
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as a clear signal the ceasefire there is dead. u-s and russian diplomats planned to meet today in hopes of restoring the ceasefire. south korea reportedly has a plan in place to assassinate north korean leader kim jong un. according to south korea's defense minister -- kim would be taken out by elite troops. but the plan would be implemented only if south korea feels threatened by north korean nuclear weapons. it has south korea has such plans -- but that had never been officially admitted until the announcement this week. in response -- north korea said today if the u-s and south korea escalate the situation -- it would reduce seoul to rubble and wipe guam from the face of the earth. severe weather in utah spawning a tornado last night... the national weather service confirms it touched down near ogden. authorities say several homes were damaged -- with numerous downed trees and power lines. tens of
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reported. toss to weather weather it's finally feeling like fall, but with the cooler weather we've got a lot of cloud cover. overnight will bring us a chance for patchy fog and mist. temperatures will slowly drop upper 50s by early tomorrow morning. highs tomorrow will be in the upper 60s under mostly cloudy skies again. we're looking to stay mostly dry saturday. sunday will be warmer and bring us a chance of storms before our next cold front. monday and tuesday will be much cooler, with highs in the mid
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more sun by the end of next week. tonight: mostly cloudy with some mist and patchy fog overnight. low: 59 dewpoint: 58 wind: ene 3-7 mph saturday: mostly cloudy. high: 69 dewpoint: 60 wind: e 5-10 with a chance for thunderstorms. am low: 60 high: 74 dewpoint: 62 wind: se 5-15 mph monday: mostly cloudy with a slight chance for showers. cool. am low: 57 high: 64 dewpoint: 52 wind: w 5-15 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy with a slight chance for showers. cool. am
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wednesday:partly cloudy. am low: 48 high: 68 dewpoint: 50 wind: nw 5-10 mph thursday: partly cloudy. am low: 51 high: 73
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a possible leak of first lady michelle some hackers apparently broke into a contractor's e-mail that reportedly contained a scan of her passport. the group -- called "d-c leaks" -- later posted what appeared to be the image of her passport online. the white house says it can not confirm the image in authentic-- and it can't say who may be responsible. "d-c leaks" was also responsible for publishing e-mails from former secretary of state colin powell last week. nearly half a million of samsung's recalled galaxy phones in the u-s
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from the company. samsung says the returns appear to be picking up after the new version of the phone hit the u-s market on wednesday. the company said three weeks ago the batteries in some "galaxy note seven" phones could overheat or catch fire while charging. officials say 90-percent of american users have opted to receive the new version of the phone. tesla wants in on michigan. the electric car company filing a federal lawsuit challenging the state's rule requiring vehicles to several states have similar laws against automakers selling directly to consumers. so far -- tesla has won its battle to have company owned stores in 23 states and washington, dc. michigan is one of four states which has blocked tesla from opening stores. the others are utah, texas and connecticut. disney is apologizing after a children's costume causes an uproar over cultural appropriation.
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a new exhibit, honoring charlie daniels. that and more -- in the buzz. the country music hall of fame in nashville opening a charlie daniels exhibit -- and he was first guest to get a look. the "charlie daniels million mile reflections" featuring pictures, awards, even a signed check from elvis presley as part of an exhibit about the career of 'the devil went down to georgia' singer. "gosh i'm floored, i'm absolutely floored." "somebody and takes an elements of your life and souvenirs of your life and that sort of thing and arranges them in a way you would never think abo country music hall of fame next month - just before his 80th birthday. "it's actually 'maui, shape-shifter, demi-god of the wind and sea, hero of men." a movie that doesn't even open for two months is causing headaches for disney... one of its halloween costumes promoting the upcoming animated adventure "moana" was based on dwayne
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skirt and tribal tattooes. the costume drew objections from critics, who equate it to "brownfacing." now disney has pulled the costume from stores -- saying the filmmakers "respect the cultures of the pacific islands that inspired the film" and apologizing for offending people. a new western rides into theaters this week as the reimagining of 'the magnificent 7' brings the story of a group of outlaws who try to save a the film stars denzel washington and chris pratt... and the more family-friendly "storks" opens in theaters -- featuring the famous voices of andy samberg and kelsey grammer. the adventure follows stork employees who have gone from delivering babies to packages -- until one day a baby shows up and they need to find
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we upped the ante at culver's to create the new crispy southwest chicken sandwich. all-natural, whole white meat chicken breast. topped with spicy pepper jack cheese and jalape?o ranch. the perfect cheese for pepper jack is going to be creamy and mild, and it's really going to tone down the spiciness of the peppers. you're going to taste the cheese first, and then you're going to get just a little bit of warmth from the peppers. it's really good. a bold new flavor and only here for a limited time. mmmhmm. welcome to delicious. russ feingold: i'm russ feingold and i approve this message. narrator: listen to ron johnson on social security: johnson: social security is a legal ponzi scheme.
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he wants to privatize social security putting benefits at risk. and he attacks medicare -- would turn it into a voucher program, costing seniors thousands out-of-pocket. don't let ron johnson turn social security into a johnson: ponzi scheme. narrator: senator johnson. not for seniors. not for wisconsin. ?? there's a cool, new spin on one of wisconsin's favorite lotto games. it's supercash! five'll get ya six. throughout september purchase a $5 or greater supercash! ticket and receive a "bonus play ticket" with two additional plays for the next drawing. only during september!
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difficult games in the world to master. and it's even more difficult -- if you can only use one arm. but members of the "north american one arm golf association" make it look easy... guys like alan gentry from louisville, kentucky -- who lost his arm in a drilling accident -- s much more than just a game. "it's a reason to get up every day. it's something to shoot for. and golf was what really got me started to get in the right frame of mind to say that just because i have this disability, it's not going to stop me." "if they had 2 arms they would be pro, i mean they're just that talented ... if they had two hands."
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arm golfers association -- visit our website fox6 now dot com -- and go to the "links" section. open our big story - get off the gas. thats the plea from milwaukee police in one part of the city. after two serious accidents in a span of just minutes...they say cracking down o priority. a.j. bayatpour is live at the scene of one of those fatal crashes with the latest... police in district 4 say theyve noticed more speeders recently. the say thats led to accidents like the one that happened here at 76th and sheridan, killing two people. those who live and work nearby are
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im not speeding to do this thing...i am doing it slow! pitmaster michael hester doesn't understand the rush. for about 10 years, he's run 'pop's b-b-q' on the corner of 76th and good hope. he says he sees speeders every day. its good- you see a lot of that, you seen that right? the speeding going on through there. milwaukee police call a press conference friday to address speeding northwest side of the city, including main roads like silver spring, brown deer, 76th and 91st. it is an uptick in serious and fatal accidents. the first of two really bad accidents that happened in the district thursday happened at 76th and sheridan. a speeding car slammed into a public works truck. the female passenger died at the scene; the male driver died at the hospital. in that one, the estimated speeds - and this is only an estimate - was approximately 70 to 80 miles per hour. ten minutes later, an accident


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