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world series coverage - trust us... it's sure to be a historic game no matter who comes out on top. the m-l-b pregame starts at 6:00, with the first pitch at 7:08. and stick around after... for the awards ceremony... and fox6 news at ten. it doesn't look like there was any interaction between the are who shot them in their cars holding back tears um thats' the best we got that can explain the scene right now" now at 7- breaking news - ambush style attack! a manhunt underway in iowa - after two officers are shot and killed. plus.. with just days until the election -- the polls are tightening... and the nominees are stepping up their attacks. ahead when the final marquette law school poll will be released.
chopped down and on its way to city hall. this is a live look as the tree gets loaded up. carl will have a live report coming up. good morning and welcome back to wakeup! time now x:xx weather a disturbance moving along the and a slight chance of thunder to our area today. early morning temperatures will be our highs. we got to 63 at 1am and we wont get back there. instead well cool into the mid to upper 50s for the afternoon and dip into the 40s overnight. we dry up for thursday as high pressure returns and we stay dry and sunny through friday and into the weekend. temperatures return to the 60s as early as tomorrow and stay in the low 60s through at least monday! today: rain likely, possibly some thunder. high: 58 wind: ne 5-10 mph tonight: clearing and drying up. low: 46 wind: n/nw 3-7 mph
3-7 mph anchor adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays we start with breaking news this morning --- two police officers in iowa are dead after being shot and killed overnight let's go straight to nicole is in the newsroom with details. police in des moines say two officers were killed in ambush-style attacks while they were just sitting in their patrol cars. it started around one this morning -- with a shots fired call. des moines police say an officer
suffering from a gunshot wound. then 20 minutes later, about two miles away -- a des moines officer was found shot. both were taken to the hospital where found shot. both were taken to the hospital where they died. right now officers doubling up on patrols for safety. 'were always vigilant about our safety, but we still gotta go out there and do it. theres people that expect us to go out and answer a call and were gonna do that.' at this point police say it doesnt look like there was any interaction between the suspect and off departments are joining in on the search for the shooter or shooters. however, officials are not releasing any information on the person or people they are looking for. here in milwaukee --- a high speed chase happening overnight ends with three people in handcuffs. police say the car was taken in an armed robbery. the car crashed into the ditch just south of brown deer road. one adult man...and two underage females were taken into custody at the scene. there were no injuries...and no
and in racine county -- one person is dead after a motorcycle crash. it happened in the town of raymond. someone called 9-1-1 after coming across a motorcycle that appeared to have hit a mailbox and a tree. emergency crews found the motorcyclist dead at the scene. authorities believe the crash happened hours before the 9-1-1 call reporting the accident. the cause is still under investigation..but speed and alcohol do not appear to a factor. with less than a week to go until the presidential election..we'll find out where the candidates stand in wisconsin the final marquette law school poll comes out td marquette's campus with more. we know that nationally...hillary clinton is still the favorite...despite new information about potentially more damaging emails surfacing this week. donald trump is making a hard push to get ahead in the badger state...speaking directly to wisconsin democrats. donald trump was at u-w eau
introduced by governor scott walker. the republican presidential nominee urged early voters in wisconsin...to recall their ballots...and change their vote for him. meanwhile...democratic vice presidential nominee tim kaine was also in wisconsin...making stops in appleton and in madison. tim kaine told the crowd of hundreds at lawrence university that wisconsin is a key state and voting, especially early voting is vital to hillary clinton's victory. if we win wisconsin it is difficult, very difficult for the other side to win this race " wisconsin is one of several states where you can change your eay if we win wisconsin it is difficult, very difficult for the other side to win this race " wisconsin is one of several states where you can change your early ballot if you think youve made a mistake. a lot of stuff has come out since you voted! " donald trump will be in florida today. hillary clinton will be in nevada...
campaign for clinton.. chelsea clinton will be in eau claire and oshkosh while bernie sanders will hold a get out the vote early rally this evening...at turner hall. reporting live in milwaukee deandra corinthios fox6 news. and just a reminder -- you have until saturday to cast your in-person absentee ballot. but you already have to be registered. if you are not registered already - your last day is friday...otherwise next tuesday - november 8th is election day. you will need a voter i-d. station to watch on election night. we will bring you expert analysis, results and reaction on november 8th. a milwaukee man who plead guilty to killing his girlfriend is expected to learn his fate today. 20-year-old frank lopez junior plead guilty to the first degree reckless homicide charge. police say he killed 18-year-old au- drea williams near 81st and villard back in march. investigators say she and lopez were fighting for control of a gun when it went off. the couple's 2-month-old baby was turned over to child protective
scheduled for 8-30 this morning. a bank robbery suspect leads police on a wild chase across three counties. angelica is here with details on how it all went down. it all began at the north shore bank at 60th and forest home. police say a suspect implied he had a weapon and robbed the bank. he then took off in a white van. investigators say the man led them through milwaukee, waukesha and made a stop to buy cigarettes at a hartford gas station. he tried running from police, but was eventually arrested. guy comes in here all frantically, skips our line and tells me he needs a pack of cigarettes... after i give him his change back, he looks out the window and about 8 squad cars are here.angelica police say the suspect stole the van from his employer on monday. we are told at least two vehicles were hit by the
baseball history will be made tonight --- as the chicago cubs and the cleveland indians head to game seven of the world series. this all comes after a after a dramatic start to the game last night. chicago's addison russell hitting a pop fly to center field in the first inning... the decide who would catch the ball. russell, kris bryant, and anthony rizzo all belted home runs --- helping the cubs beat the indians nine to threee. chicago's jake arrieta pitched into the sixth inning for his second win of the series. and you can watch all of the action tonight right here on fox six. pregame coverage starts at six. a win from either team would make
won a world series in decades. new developments this morning regarding malaysia airlines flight mh- 370. coming up on wake up --- what a new report says about the flights final moments. and days after a gas pipeline explodes in alabama --- the company that owns it setting a deadline. when the pipeline could be back up an running. and whoopie goldberg releasing an ugly christmas sweater line. the one place where you'll be able to find them this holiday season. an city's christmas tree!
it's not uncommon for autistic kids to flap their hands. and so when i saw that, that was completely disqualifying. i'm a republican, but this election is so much bigger than party. my son max can't live in trump world. so i'm crossing
party lines and voting for hillary. i don't always agree with her, but she's reasonable. and she's smart. she can work with people to solve problems.
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along the stalled front will bring rain and a slight chance of thunder to our area today. early morning temperatures will be our highs. we got to 63 at 1am and we wont get back there. instead well cool into the mid to upper 50s for the afternoon and dip into the 40s overnight. we dry up for thursday as high pressure returns and we stay dry and sunny through friday and into the weekend. temperatures return to the 60s as early as tomorrow
likely, possibly some thunder. high: 58 wind: ne 5-10 mph tonight: clearing and drying up. low: 46 wind: n/nw 3-7 mph dick adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays the trial for a former south carolina police officer -- charged with killing an unarmed motorist is expected to begin today. michael slager is charged with
police say scott ran from a traffic stop in north charleston when he was shot. the shooting was captured on cell phone video-- it shows the officer firing at scott 8 times with his back to the officer. when the video went viral, city officials fired slager. after two days of jury selection, a judge says the jury will be seated this morning and opening arguments could come later today. a pipeline company say their goal is to restart the line as early as this weekend after an explosion and fire shut down gasoline shipments to accident happened when a construction equipment struck the pipeline --- spaking the blast, killing one worker and injuring five others. this is colonial pipeline's second accident and shutdown in two months. get ready --- preparations for the holiday season are already underway here in milwaukee. this morning, crews cut down the milwaukee christmas tree! carl joins us live with the
today: rain likely, possibly some thunder. high: 58 wind: ne 5-10 mph tonight: clearing and drying up. low: 46 wind: n/nw 3-7 mph time to find out who's turning six.... we're wishing olivia in sheboygan a happy sixth birthday! she likes going to shcool, playing with her baby doll and playing with her little sisters. zoey in milwaukee is celebrating today! she likes animals, doing crafts and shopkins. nehemiah knee-ah-my-uh in milwaukee is turning the big six today!he likes playing with trains, cars and playing on the monkey bars. there's six candles on mariyah's cake in milwaukee! she likes
look who's six in dousman! mason likes playing football with his brothers, collecting hot wheels and playing with legos. here's a nice birthday smile from rylan in milwaukee! he likes taekwondo, baseball and playing with his puppy "obi." to find out how to wish your child a happy sixth birthday on fox six wake up news - just log on to "fox six now dot com" for all the
johnson: social security is a legal ponzi scheme. senior 1: ron johnson is attacking social security. senior 2: he wants to let wall
street risk it in the stock market. johnson: free money... young people don't really necessarily understand finance. college student 1: ron johnson voted to raise the cost of student loans - college student 2: he just doesn't get it. worker: he says he's for jobs, but ron johnson supports trade deals that hurt wisconsin. ing the cost of college. jobs lost overseas. senator ron johnson - he's hurting wisconsin families. russ feingold: i'm russ feingold
welcome back to wakeup! time now 7:xx just in time for the holidays -- whoopi gold christmas sweaters. retailers "lord and taylor" and "hudsons" will be the exclusive home for the festive garments. goldberg says there will be 11 different styles -- and each one tells a unique story. for example -- the "santa love sweater" features two santas about to smooch. they are on sale now starting at
following breaking new this morning out of iowa -- where two officers are killed in an ambush. an update coming up at 7-30. and a new report shining light on the final moments of malaysia airlines flight m-h-3-70. what happened before the jet disappeared. waldman says: "the chicago cubs and the cleveland indians head history will be made here tonight ... i'm joel waldman at progressive field in cleveland. we'll have the details, straight
breaking news out of iowa this morning where two police officers-- shot and killed in what police are calling an ambush-style attack. what we know about the investigation and what precautions the police department is taking to keep its officers safe. thanks for staying with wakeup.. time now x:xx.. kim, n toss to wx a disturbance moving along the stalled front will bring rain and a slight chance of thunder to our area today. early morning temperatures will be our highs. we got to 63 at 1am and we wont get back there. instead well cool into the mid to upper 50s for the afternoon and dip into the 40s overnight. we dry up for thursday as high pressure returns and we stay dry and sunny through friday and into the weekend. temperatures return to the 60s as early as tomorrow and stay in the low 60s through at least monday! today: rain likely, possibly some thunder. high: 58 wind: ne 5-10 mph tonight: clearing and drying up. low: 46 wind: n/nw 3-7 mph
yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays breaking news out of milwaukee south side. a pedestrian was struck near 9th an oklahoma within the last hour. the medical examiner confirms they were called to the scene for an adult female victim. we have a crew on the way and will update as soon as
we're also following breaking news out of iowa where two police officers were shot and killed... officials are calling it an ambush-style attack. jessob is in the newsroom with more on that story. it started around one this morning -- with a shots fired call. des moines police say an officer responding to the call found an urbandale police officer suffering from a gunshot wound. then 20 minutes later, about two miles away -- a des moines found shot. both officers were sitting in their patrol cars when they were shot -- they both died. officers in the area are now doubling up on their patrols. 'this is what we do. we come in day in and day out and we go out there and we provide the same level of service, regardless whats going on in our professional or personal lives. we understand the community has expectations of us and thats part of the service that we provide." multiple departments are joining
or shooters. at this point -- officials are not releasing any information on the person or people they are looking for. the final marquette law school poll comes out today... an aggressive hillary clinton is trying to counter a late surge from donald trump. the two are almost even now in an average of national polls. this, as the f-b-i tries to speed through a renewed investigation into clinton's e-mail use. fox's luzader has more from on cam intro the f-b-i is working almost around the clock to go through thousands of clinton insider e-mails. it seems unlikely, though, that we are going to have solid answers by election day. hillary clinton back to the issue that her campaign thinks will put her over the edge in these final days. mobilizing women against donald trump. clinton says "..he calls women ugly, disgusting, nasty all of
scale from one to ten." clinton having to forgo a switch to positive messaging in this home stretch to try to fend off a rising donald trump and the renewed f-b-i investigation into her e-mail use. stoddard says "..she wanted to end on sort of a give the voters something about me pitch, she can't. she's trying to deflect away from the fbi." but, clinton is also moving into traditional g-o-p turf, campaigning in arizona today, hoping to flip that campaign is relying on the millions of early voters across the country who may have already given her an edge before the polls tightened. donald trump in wisconsin hoping to chip away at any clinton lead. trump says "..this is a good time to make an important public service announcement. you can change your vote to donald trump. we'll make america great again." and, he's right. a handful of states give early voters the option to change their minds.
so in minnesota passed yesterday, in wisconsin, voters still have a chance to go back and forth multiple times. mcpike says "..the rule is very quirky, you do have to do it in person, but, they can change their minds up to three times." on cam tag it's not clear how many people would actually go through that effort. trump, meantime, spending a lot of time today in florida. that is a must win state for him. in washington, doug luzader, fox news. for more details on the campaign stops in wisconsin -- head to our website, fox politics tab. and remember - fox6 is the station to watch on election night. we will bring you expert analysis, results and reaction on november 8th. now to a story only on fox six. a trail of blood leads to an arrest in connection to the death of a popular bar owner. but the charges aren't for homicide.... maurice cain is facing several drug charges after investigators say they stumbled on a drug operation in his apartment. mike patton was shot to death inside
"bar manager" and subleased the apartment upstairs from patton. investigators say a trail of blood led them to kick in cain's door. inside, they say they found drugs including heroin, meth, cocaine, and marijuana as well as more than 125- thousand dollars in cash. police say their investigation into who killed patton--- continues. the family of a man shot and killed by a wauwatosa police officer takes the first step toward filing a lawsuit against the city. jay anderson is the man police shot and killed earlier th his family has filed notice-- saying they've seen dash camera video of the shooting and that anderson had his hands in the air when he was shot. it also questions how the police department processed the scene after the shooting. "there was an allegation there was a gun in the vehicle somewhere on the passenger side maybe the passenger seat unfortunately the wauwatosa police department after the shooting removed the handgun that they alleged was in the vehicle" wauwatosa police say they won't
if the officer should be charged. the case remains under review. just days after they requested a liquor license-- the planners behind the "cosmopolitan" strip club have withdrawn their application. alderman tony zielinski says that might be because of new ordinances in the works to try and regulate adult entertainment. one item being considered -- a five- feet rule. it would require dancers to stay 5 feet away from the patrons. the city has already lost nearly one million do outdated ordinances. alderman zielinski says city attorneys are guiding their discussions-- but it could be months before anything gets enacted. powerful tremors continue to rattle northern italy. and new developments this morning regarding missing malaysia airlines flight m-h-3-70. angelica is here with a look around the world. new analysis suggests no one was controlling the plane when it disappeared. the report comes from the australian transport safety bureau. it gives the clearest picture
descended at up to 25-thousand feet per minute. the plane was going to beijing from kuala lumpur when it disappeared back 20-14. a total of 239 people were onboard. more than 30 chinese coal miners are dead from a gas explosion in an underground mine. china state media says the explosion trapped 33 miners in an underground mine. two mine workers did survive the blast, but the 33 trapped were killed. rescuers have recovered all the victim's bodies. the state administration of work saf ordered an investigation, saying those responsible must be severely punished. china's mining industry has a long history of dangerous work conditions. a 4.8-magnitude tremor rattles italy yesterday. this comes after the damaging six-point- six magnitude earthquake on sunday. no one died in the quake over the weekend... but twenty people were injured... italy's prime minister calling it a miracle amid the destruction. more than 30-thousand people are now homeless because of the damage...and italy's government
buildings in several towns ... which have been evacuated. the italian government says it will take time to rebuild. still to come on wake up --- the wisconsin humane society is here with details on how you can help a shy pet. and it's winner take all in cleveland tonight when the indians and the chicago cubs fight for the world series championship. a preview from cleveland is just ahead. and carl is live at the christmas tree harvest!
i sp a nuclear missile launch officer. if the president gave the order we had to launch the missiles, that would be it. i prayed that call would never come. [ radio chatter ] self control may be all that keeps these missiles from firing. [ sirens blearing ] i would bomb the
[ beep] out of them. i want to be unpredictable. i love war. the thought of donald trump with nuclear weapons scares me to death. it should scare everyone.
you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. a disturbance moving along the stalled front will bring rain
and a slight chance of thunder to our area today. early morning temperatures will be our highs. we got to 63 at 1am and we wont get back there. instead well cool into the mid to upper 50s for the afternoon and dip into the 40s overnight. we dry up for thursday as high pressure returns and we stay dry and sunny through friday and into the weekend. temperatures return to the 60s as early as tomorrow and stay in the low 60s through at least monday! today: rain likely, possibly some
and drying up. low: 46 wind: n/nw 3-7 mph dick adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays gone... with thanksgiving coming soon. but the city of milwaukee already starting to think about christmas. this morning, crews are cutting down the city's christmas tree!
stalled front will bring rain and a slight chance of thunder to our area today. early morning temperatures will be our highs. we got to 63 at 1am and we wont get into the mid to upper 50s for the afternoon and dip into the 40s overnight. we dry up for thursday as high pressure returns and we stay dry and sunny through friday and
at three games a piece. fox's joel waldman, has more from cleveland. baseball history will be made tonight... as the chicago cubs and the cleveland indians head to a historic game seven of the world series. insert russell says cubs : "rounding the bases, a lot of emotion was going through my head. just happy it came tonight." the cubs win game six of the world series... after a dramatic start to the night... with chicago's addison russell hitting a pop fly to center field in the first inning... the indian's outfielders couldn't decide w naquin says indians : "it's just one of those deals you wish you could take back in the moment." while the indians lost the game... they tried wearing out the cubs pitchers for the final match-up. francona says indians : "we talked about this before we even started, was try to make them use pitching even in a loss." but chicago won the last game by focusing on putting points on the scoreboard. maddon says cubs : "all of the sudden our offense
win from either team would make history... as neither club has won a world series in decades. cubs fans are hoping the team can keep the momentum going. mos says cubs : "it's once in a life time. down 3 to 1 to come back like this. it's just absolutely amazing." while indians fans are disappointed by chicago's comeback... they think their team can pull off a victory. walcott says indians : "well you've got to be nervous and you've got to be excited all in one." on-cam tag the final game tonight will be played at progressive field in cleveland. you can catch fox. in cleveland, joel waldman, fox news. pregame coverage for game seven starts tonight at six right here on fox six. with the first pitch just after seven. breaking news happening right now out of iowa... police say they have identified a suspect in the early morning killing of two des moines area police officers. they are hunting for 46-year-old scott michael greene, of urbandale. they says he is armed and should be
this developing story throughout the morning here on wakeup. drones are one of the hottest tech toys right now... coming up on wake up at eight. the tech report looks at one of the newest devices. and 'tis the season! we're getting a taste of this years we energies cookie book. but first -- the wisconsin humane society is here with dove. coming up details on shy dog classes. russ feingold voiceover: as i travel to all 72 counties - knocking on doors, talking to folks - what i hear the most is how hard it is to get ahead. one big reason
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now at eight -- breaking news --- milwaukee police are on the scene of a deadly accident on the city's southside --- were a pedestrian was struck. a live repor f coming up. plus - two iowa police officers-- dead after they were found shot in their police cars. what we're now learning about the suspected shooter. good morning and welcome back to wakeup.. time now x:xx adlib weather forecast a disturbance moving along the stalled front will bring rain and a slight chance of thunder