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-- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com our big story at four... new information on the body of a 23-year old woman ... discovered on the city's east side this morning. her death is now the fourth homicie milwaukee since just yesterday afternoon. fox 6s angelica sanchez joins us live near arlington and hamilton angelica. a source with fox six says the victim's body was found stuffed inside a plastic tote.. and left in a bedroom. the 23-year-old victim has been identified as kayla baw-ski. weve learned milwaukee police
all authorities are saying at this time is the two knew each other. neighbors we spoke with say this is a quiet area of the city... but in recent weeks, theyve noticed a violent change. shocked kind of angry disappointed like this isnt the type of neighborhood where you think this stuff would happen the other three homicides happened within a span of a few hours yesterday. of those three cases, on an arrest. as of now all four homicides are unrelated. tonight at 5 and 6 hear what mayor tom barrett has to say on tonight at 5 and 6 hear what mayor tom barrett has to say on the violent 24 hours in milwaukee. for now reporting live on the citys east side im angelica sanchez fox 6 news. ben thanks angelica. not safe even inside of his own home. this past weekend, a man lying down in his home near 11th and hadley.. was hit by a stray bullet. turns out -- the bullet came flying from a group of people who were fighting about a block away. mary stoker smith is in the newsroom with exclusive details.
police say the victim was not the intended target. the 27-year old and his grandmother were sleeping and were startled awake by a hail of bullets. the man was struck in the back. he's currently in the hospital - where he's being treated for his injuries. mattie brown says her grandson has suffered both physical and emotion trauma. because of recent crime in the area... the young man was already afraid to go outside. he had surgery but the bullet is still in him and this bullet will probably be i and i feel whoever did this needs to pay for it milwaukee police say they are looking for a known male suspect. as of now no on is in custody. steph thanks mary. in kenosha -- police are investigating a homicide that happened last night. a 33-year-old man was shot multiple times near 19th avenue and 62nd street. we're told no one has
police a call. a death investigation underway -- after a body is pulled from the k-k river. the man's body was recovered around eight this morning. it was found in the area near k-k avenue -- just north of becher.the circumstances remain under investigation. homestead high school cancels after school activities after a threat is found on a bathroom stall. the threat said something about a bomb sometime after four this afternoon. law en notified, and school administrators determined the school didn't need to be immediately evacuated. after school activities were canceled, allowing officers to sweep the building again. classes are planned to go on as normal again tomorrow. the owners of onyx night club forfeit their liquor and entertainment licenses-- according to city officials. the club has been at the center of several shootings-- including one earlier this month that left a 23-year- old woman in critical condition.
shot her outside the club after arguing inside. that also violated an age-limit imposed by the city-- no one under 25 should have been allowed in the club. some rain could be popping up this evening, with more later on. weather expert tom wachs is in the weather office keeping an eye on the forecast for us. we may see a few showers this evening, but the heavier rain will arrive overnight. w temperatures in the low 40s, widespread rain, and strong winds. tonight: rain likely. low: 43 wind: se 5-10 mph download the fox6 storm center
instant access to the interactive radar and fox6 weather forecast. a green bay city clerk is under fire..after refusing to set up an early voting site because she thought it would help democrats. new emails show kris teske refusing to open an early voting site on the university of green bay's campus after being asked to by state representative eric genrich back in august. teske pointed out statutes that prohibit early voting se give a political party an advantage saying she heard students lean more toward democrats. teske has declined to comment. two weeks, that's all that's left before election day. hillary clinton and donald trump both hitting the crucial battleground state of florida hard. early in-person voting began there yesterday with reports of an already historical turnout. fox's joel waldman is in washington with the latest from the campaign trail with 29 electoral votes up for grabs ... all eyes are on
democratic rival hillary clinton in the sunshine state, most agree it's a must win for the gop nominee ...which is why he's back campaigning in florida for the third day in a row ... trump says: "the criminal conduct of hillary clinton threatens the foundations of democracy ... hillary clinton is taking no chances in florida either, despite a slight lead there ... and with one of the most important stake there, the campaigns are focusing on strategy ...... clinton says: "i was thrilled to be introduced by a person i hope will be next senator of great state of florida -- patrick murphy." but, florida is not the only close swing state... trump's running-mate, mike pence, in ohio today ... the buckeye state key for any republican looking to win the highest office in the land ... governor pence -- doing his best to drive home that very point
his new catch-phrase ... pence says: "now it's time to reach out to all of our republican and conservative friends -- and say with one voice 'it's time to come home'." waldman on-cam tag says: "speaking of swing states, texas is typically not one ... going red since 1980. but with trump up by less than 5-points there ... some say the lone star state could now be a toss up. in washington, joel waldman, fox news." the world series starts tonight! fans have been gazing through the gates of progressive field in cleveland to get a glimpse of what's going on inside. many of those fans are traveling to cleveland. according to orbitz, more chicago fans are getting on planes to go to cleveland for the world series games there than indians fans are booking flights to chicago. both teams have been waiting a long time for this moment.
in the world series in 1997, where they lost to the marlins. they last won it all in 1948. the cubs however haven't been to a world series since 1945, and they haven't won it since 1908. fox 6's ted perry joins us live from wrigleyville now. what's the atmosphere like ahead of the first game of the world series? ted perry live from wrigleyville ahead of the cubs first game of the world
the first pitch tonight is at 7:08. and catch fox 6 news at 10 after the game. how's this for calling your shot. this picture is from a 1993 high school yearbook from california. a man noticed one of his classmates win the world series in 2016. so who knows, maybe michael lee had a premonition, or saw it in his crystal ball 23 years ago. ad lib about cubs and prediction
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of the company's practice of supporting local communities. krispy kreme is celebrating with a social media promotion called "shaq-or-treat." users who tag halloween-themed posts with "hash-tag shaq-or-treat" friday through monday will have a chance to win prizes and shaq- autographed merchandise. as we showed you a little earlier, it's been a long time fans to see their team play in a world series. 1945 was a long time ago. and 97-year-old jim schlegel shlay-gull remembers the 1945 world series, because he was there for games six and seven.schlegel, a cubs fan, and a veteran who was at pearl harbor returned home just days before the forty five series got underway. he was eager to be there to see the cubs in person, he headed down to wrigley field bright and early one morning to get tickets to the
and a policeman come by, and he says, 'soldier, what the hell are you doing here?' and i said, 'i want to get in the game.' 'come here. you don't have to pay for a game. you're a soldier." schlegel's family wanted to give him the opportunity to send him to wrigley for the world series, so the s him. some of the best seats available at wrigley for the game on friday are listed on stub hub for more than 30- thousand dollars. and it looks like schlegel will be headed to wrigley for the world series. marquette alum and c-n-b-c host marcus lemonis reached out to connect with schlegel to give him his tickets. and lemonis says he's gotten in touch with him and schlegel and
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raise the retirement age so seniors have to keep working until they're seventy. turn it into a voucher program and add means testing -- so seniors pay more out of pocket or are left without coverage altogether. but wisconsin seniors know that in washington, ron johnson isn't working...
it's a bio tube. used to transport dangerous substances. what are you doing with it? i have no idea." a new plague threatens the fate of the world's population -- and it it. gino sat down with the leading lady of "inferno" -- felicity jones. ad lib to bite "you have not helped me with my trust issues with women. she has good intentions i have to say. i dont want to give anything away so lets just say your character is a woman of mystery. she is. she is
cause and as you said i was very keen that you had empathy towards her or empathy towards what she believed in." since this is a continuation of a series -- she was the new kid on the block in this movie. ad lib to bite "youve had such an amazing career already and to be working with tom hanks and ron howard. when you find out youre going to be doing it what are you feeling? immediately i want to know my lines inside out and back to front because you dont want to be the person on set who is messing up and forgetting lines. you really make sure you do your homework. that's for sure. but they, we met so early on...a good four or five months before we started
done it all before theyre going to be so bored and sort of telling you what to do. and it was not like that at all. it was very open it's very collaborative. and it was like that through the shoot as well as the preparation. and sadly you have nothing big coming up. haha sadly. it's a very quiet end of the year. yes. very
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in washington, senator ron johnson sides with big insurance. voting to make medicare a voucher program, forcing seniors to pay more for prescription drugs, and letting insurance companies deny coverage to cancer patients.
a dip in the temperatures is a approaching. and city officials say its never too early
to get your shot. fox6s carl deffenbaugh has more on this years vaccine. it's new at four. with a quick ?poke of a needle, mayor tom barrett and city officials put words into action at the beginning of flu season. 'even if youre a healthy person, you can still get the flu. even if youre a healthy person, you can still spread the flu. and its really as easy as 1-2-3 just to get that shot.' the mayor, along with commissioner of health bevan
kick-off milwaukees fight against the flu. 'you want to prepare, you want to give your body a chance to build immunity. it takes some time after the shot for you to become fully immune to the flu.' influenza is a common, yet serious illness, resulting in thousands of deaths and hundreds of thousands of hospital visits each year. the vaccine is available to anyone older than six months, and is especially recommended for young children, the elderly and pregnant women. 'we dont want to put it off. we dont wat tomorrow. because the flu could strike today.' one difference this year, the shot is your only option. the centers for disease control is not releasing a mist or spray version of the vaccine like in the past. 'the cdc said that last year the mist wasnt that effective. they looked at three or four years of data. they said, we want to give the best chance for people to be healthy. we want to go back to the shot. so you only have one option now.' the shot it is, and as the mayor himself showed, youll live to tell the tale. 'i survived, it wasnt too bad. and they give you a
news. officials say there were about 350 flu- related hospitalizations in milwaukee last year, down from the previous season. the american cancer society and the n-f-l team up to award a 50-thousand dollar grant to milwaukee health services. it's all part of the n-f-l's "a crucial catch" initiative which helps provide funding for increased access to breast cancer education and screenings in under served the grant was used today at milwaukee's heritage health center. attendees had access to mammograms at the event. there were also guest speakers including packers legend and super bowl champ george koonce. koonce says to make sure everyone is getting tested. "about 7 years ago, i lost my lovely wife to breast cancer, so whatever i can do to help spread the word. to make sure we have everyone getting tested and getting mammograms. i think that
milwaukee is one of 32 cities to receive the grant. some chicago residents said it felt like an earthquake yesterday...when an old neighborhood church suddenly collapsed. frightening.. but luckily no one was hurt. the mission christiana church...dates back to the early 19- hundreds. it's been vacant for years, but recently went under renovation to become pr department of buildings spokeswoman says the necessary permits hadn't been approved and work being done on the building wasn't authorized. "tearing this thing down one brick at a time, literally with a sledgehammer. and i mean that literally. we all in the neighborhood have been perplexed at how this has been going on. it's completely unprofessional so this is no surprise at all." a few cars parked on the street were damaged by flying debris.
in australia-- four people are killed when a ride malfunctioned at dreamworld police and paramedics are still piecing together what happened, but say two of the adult victims were thrown from the "thunder river rapid" ride -- the other two were pulled into the conveyor belt. dreamworld's c-e-o says the park is closed. the australian prime minister, malcolm turnbull, says he is "very saddened" by the "tragic accident". several children were taken to a local hospital after a school bus crashed into a home in massachusetts yesterday. four of the students were taken to south shore hospital with minor injuries. the bus driver also suffered non-life threatening injuries and was taken to south shore hospital. emergency responders rushed to the scene and are still looking into what exactly caused the crash. four people are safe, after a plane has trouble landing at the lancaster, pennsylvania airport. according to county officials, the aircraft circled the area for roughly an hour before safely landing in the grass along the runway. officials say
landing gear. mary stoker smith joins us now from the news room with some stories they're working on for fox six news at five. a local woman is carjacked but get this... she then tracked down her own stolen car... coming up, why she's especially upset at what happened next. also, healthcare could start costing some of you a lot more. at five, the big change coming... that's already causing controversy. and our own ted perry is in chicago for the world series. he'll be taking an interesting trip down more next on fox six news at five. steph thanks mary. ditch the diet and pass the napkins... today is national greasy foods day! french fries, nachos, burgers...even throw in
indulgence. one of my favorites, chicken wings. coming up -- the -- allowing beer to travel hundreds of miles in a truck... without anyone behind the wheel. plus-- a halloween project you might have seen on pinterest might be sending kids a toxic message. we'll explain in tonight's contact 6 report. here's a live look outside right now. ad lib what you see weather expert tom wachs is in next with
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sending a toxic message to kids. some youtube videos show easy ways to turn laundry pod containers into trick or treating baskets. looks great. but consumer reports dan diclerico says teaching children to associate laundry pod containers with candy could be dangerous. 'since 2012, thousands of children have been injured or sickened after ingesting or coming into contact with laundry pods.' the curious kids can bite into them. the highly concentrated detergent can cause anything from minor skin and eye irritations to more serious reactions like wheezing, gagging, drooling as well as severe vomiting and diarrhea. consumer reports called for changes to laundry pad containers and was also part of the industry committee that set new safety standards. for example - moving packaging from clear to opaque containers that now come with a safety latch. 'other planned modifications include making the pods stronger so theyre less likely to
adding a bitter- tasting substance so that children are less likely to suck on them.' these changes cant come soon enough. so far this year, poison-control centers have logged over 8,800 calls related to laundry-pod exposure. 'we feel thats still too many incidences and so we will continue to keep laundry pods off of recommended list of detergents.' and if you need a container to store halloween loot, try an old pillowcase or a reusable shopping bag. consumer reports advice is to keep with children under the age of 6. instead, try one of consumer reports top-rated liquid detergents - tide plus ultra stain release or persil pro-clean power liquid 2 in 1. i'm jenna sachs - contact 6. do you have a consumer issue or investigation idea? give jenna a call!! the number is on you screen or you can file a complaint on the contact 6 page at fox-6-now-dot-com. adlib to weather we may see a few showers this
women are drinking a lot more than they used to... that's according to a new study. researchers began collecting data way back in 18-91. back then, men drank twice as much alcohol as women. but now women have closed the gap. researchers say in the early 19- more likely to drink to problematic levels. now that number has dropped to one- point-two. this data is according to research from the university of new south wales. one season of competitive football may cause changes in some young players developing brains.... even if they don't get a concussion. researchers studied twenty-five male athletes between eight and thirteen years old after one season playing the sport. using imaging scans they spotted tiny changes in the white brain
found the changes were larger in players who were hit harder. however, study authors note, future research may show these changes are harmless. they hope to conduct larger scale research in the future. a major milestone for budweiser... and self-driving technology company "otto." the two have teamed up to build a tractor-trailer that can make deliveries... without a driver. late last week... the truck hauled a load of beer from fort collins, through springs. but, the driver was out of the drivers seat for the entire 120-mile journey. the companies say... this shipment is the next step towards their vision for a safe and productive future across our highways. and uber -- the company that just acquired the self -driving company "otto" -- is now making its way into healthcare. today - uber gave away flu shots for free. all you had to do was make a request a shot between 11 and
your location and give shots to you and up to four other people. people who took part got a free care package. victory for a man in upstate new york who was fighting to keep his therapy animal. the owner has parkinson's -- and his emotional support animal is anything but ordinary. the animal's name is coca rose and she is a goat. according to regulations in considered a farm animal. this means, technically she's not allowed to live within city limits. while the local zoning board was trying to ban the goat, more than 500 people signed a petition to let "coca rose" stay. "i'll talk to it; tell it how i'm feeling that particular day. i swear she can understand what i'm saying." in the end -- after slight push back, the zoning board voted in favor of the family and they got to keep their goat.
a strange sight for drivers, as they cruise on by a man dressed up as a tree. and shortly after -- he gets arrested for obstructing traffic. you can see him in the middle of the road as the evergreen tree. police say the man didn't respond to officers when they warned him against blocking traffic in a busy intersection in portland. a friend of the man says he was trying to study the city's traffic and gave it to public works. lack of rain in some areas of the countries may have people wondering how the pumpkin crop will fare. good news, pumpkins are pretty much drought proof. droughts obviously have an effect on some crops more than others. this year's pumpkin crop seems to be doing fine with the low rainfall.
fields for the perfect gourd. some kids share their strategy for picking the right pumpkin. according to one pumpkin farmer the lack of rain in some areas has been great for growing pumpkins. and actually them rot. people aren't always the best option for getting a job done. especially when it's a job suited for a team... coming up -- what problem these goats are teaming up to solve
rustling grass - eating close up it may look like lunchtime... but these goats are actually hard at work. "'its just quite amazing what they can do... in a short period of time." thats garrett fickle... and along with his wife gina... the two operate munchers on hooves. theyre the bosses... and these... "nat 14:06:14 goat neighs " ...are their employees. "nat 14:04:52 goat perks up" "we got... almost 40 goats... had to have something for them to do. earn their keep ." so back in june... the coldwater couple put their goats to work... clearing out that overgrown mess you cant "they love poison ivy, oriental bittersweet vines, nettles, poison schumack, things that you and i dont want to get tangled up in... theyll devour it." rarely taking breaks... never talking back... and literally working for their food... the goats are the perfect employees. "nat 14:28:02 garrett snapping tree branch " its not exactly an original idea.
ohare... and along los angeles highways... clearing brush that would otherwise cause a fire hazard. and free of sprays and pesticides... its an eco friendly... not to mention effective method. "a cow, horse, anything else... once they go to the bathroom that seed will regrow. a goat breaks that seed down and it does not regrow again." its all in a days work... after all... 14:36:51 kim murphy fox 6 news. doing it on her own. a woman has her car stolen...and tracks it down. what happened next...can only be described as an escapade. a.j. bayatpour met with this woman...hes live in the newsroom with a story youll only see on fox 6. the woman saw her car two days
a milwaukee neighborhood. she still doesnt have her car but she does have one heck of a story. when you find out what shes seen...youll understand why were only using her first name. it's been a long five days for marie. ate nothing, ive smoked a million cigarettes, coffee? im keeping maxwell house in business. her son was driving her car last thursday and pulled into a gas station at 68th and north in wauwatosa. marie says he left his keys and phone in the car...and within moments, the car right away. using an app, marie tracked down the area of the missing phone...and her car, which, as an uber driver, means more to her than most. they stole my job. theyre driving around in my job right now, my livelihood. she found the car saturday morning near burleigh and achilles then called police. i said i know theyre gonna be moving again so we dont have much time. marie shows us her phone - calling police at 9:19 - and says it took more than 40 minutes for an officer to respond. sure enough, there it
vehicle and tried to stop it, m-p-d says the suspects took off . the officer lost sight of the car and ended the chase. dont endanger the people but it was parked for 47 minutes! in a statement, police say the caller was uncooperative and hung up. when the operator tried to call back three times, no one answered the phone. marie says she gave a complete description on the first call. without her car, she picked up the search. on monday she found herself near 24th and auer and heard what she thought was the sound of car doors slamming. i looked p, man fell and his friend, girl, wife, whatever, fell over the body screaming and the person that shot him took off down the road. taped inside the crime scene, marie says all she could do was take pictures. now, the search resumes. i just want my car. i just want to be able to back to work and pay my bills. nothing else. at this point, you might be wondering why marie doesn't