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we start at eleven with a historic win for the chicago cubs... today... after their team finally wins a world series. fox's joel waldman is outside progressive field with more. it's something chicago fans have been waiting to celebrate for more than a century... and believe it or not... the chicago cubs are the new world series champs. insert script upsound: "..go, cubs, go! go, cubs, go!" for these fans, it doesn't matter that they did it on the road. all they care about is that after 1- hundred-and-8 years... the cubs have finally brought a world series win home
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for a long time. seventy-six-years-old. i couldn't wait to finally get a championship. and they did for me tonight! finally!" the victory did not come easy, with the cleveland indians tying the game in the eighth with a two-run homer. players and fans then had to endure a 17-minute rain delay before heading to extra innings. but, it was all worth it for the cubs faithful... just look at the third baseman kris bryant's expression as he threw to first base for the final out. bryant says: "..that's one of the best games anybody will ever see." history did not seem to favor a chicago first team to overcome a three-to-one series deficit in thirty-one years. they are also the first champs to win games six and seven on the road since 19-79. meantime, cleveland's quest to end a nearly 7-decade championship drought drags on. francona says: "..it hurts because we care. but they need to walk with their head held high because they left
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little more perspective on how it... the cubs last won a world series in 1908... wrigley field did not open until 19-14. the cubs last won a world series in 1908... wrigley field did not open until 19-14. in cleveland at progressive field, joel waldman, fox news. and dick's sporting goods is getting in on all the world series madness. the store in kenosha opened it's doors at six this morning. that's three hours earlier than normal -- just so fans could get their hands on cubs world series champions merchandise as early as possible. say the gear is worth the wait -- as was that world series win. "ever since i was born i was a cubs fan. die hard cubs fan." "i'm excited. no sleep but well worth it." the store even re-opened it's doors last night -- right after the cubs won. the kenosha location will remain open until 9:30 tonight.
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expected this afternoon with high temperatures in the low 60s. mostly clear and chilly tonight with lows dipping into the middle and upper 30s inland to low 40s lakeside. warmer for the weekend with temperatures in the low to middle 60s. a few showers are possible late monday night into early tuesday then dry the rest of election day. today: mix of clouds and sun. high: 62 wind: n 5-10 mph tonight: mostly clear. low:
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the salvation army says someone is stealing money by posing as a bell ringer they have a picture of the suspect...and they need your help to catch him. our deandra corinthios has the story from the salvation army headquarters. on tuesday -- witnesses saw a man collecting money with a stolen red kettle outside of a walmart near im kettle campaign --doesn't begin until tomorrow! a real salvation army representative saw this man taking money in the parking lot tuesday... confronted him and took his picture. the suspect allegedly hopped into his car with the red kettle and took off. the rep also took down his license plate. the man's red kettle did not have the salvation army logo and he was not ringing a bell. the salvation army believes that...was the red kettle that was stolen from the same walmart last christmas season...and never recovered. the salvation army red kettle campaign kicks off tomorrow at
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four people are dead -- another two suffering life-threatening injuries.. county. it happened on i-94 eastbound near deerfield just before 10:30 last night. officers were trying to catch up to an s- u-v that was driving erratically when the s-u-v began driving against traffic -- hitting two cars head on. a man from waterloo and two milwaukee women were killed in one car -- the driver, a man from whitefish bay, suffered life-threatening injuries. the sole occupant of the other vehicle also died on scene. the driver of the suv -- a 32-year-old waunakee man -- is in critical condition. officials believe
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friends and family -- remembering a 17- year-old girl who was hit and killed by a bus while walking on milwaukee's south side. it happened yesterday morning near 9th and oklahoma. marisol sah-bye-ohs ceballos was a senior at rufus king high school. her brother says that's where she was headed when she was hit. "she had enjoyed going to her senior homecoming and she was looking forward to going to senior prom and i'm just deeply saddened that she doesn't have that opportunity anymore." students were on board the bus during the crash. they were not hurt. "you decide" coverage now.... donald trump has a lot of work to do -- if he's going to pull off a surprise win in wisconsin. but there's hope for republicans -- coming from the u-s senate race. political reporter theo keith has the latest marquette law school poll results. it would take something truly dramatic, i think that's marquette law poll director charles
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over the final week of the presidential race. hillary clinton holds a six point lead over donald trump. that's virtually unchanged from last month's seven point lead.the poll shows that the fbi's announcement of new emails that could be significant to the investigation of clinton's private server -- had little lasting impact on voters. clinton fell only five points after the news broke on friday. compare that to trump -- who sank 20 points last m video showed him bragging about groping a woman. theres one really major difference. that is, the trump video was the voice of the candidate themselves speaking, so it was clear who was speaking and what he was saying :56some wisconsin republicans want the gop to put all its focus in the u-s senate race. where ron johnson now trails russ feingold by a single point.feingold had a double digit lead a year ago. were not talking about day and night changes. were talking about
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this time, and a couple or three points next time, and cumulatively its added up to turning a race that was very lopsided a year ago into one thats very competitive now johnson's campaign says it now has clear momentum in this race, but feingold's campaign says it has the clear advantage citing early voting numbers in some of the democratic strongohlds in milwaukee and madison. from the marquette campus, theo keith, fox6 news. florida supporters to "pretend we're losing" in order to drive up enthusiasm. most polls show a close race in florida between trump and clinton. the republican held three rallies across the state yesterday-- including this one in orlando. hillary clinton also spent some time in florida yesterday-- she stopped at an early voting site in broward county. this evening it was off to tempe, arizona-- a traditionally red state that could turn blue. meanwhile bernie sanders has been campaigning for his
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senator - a popular candidate in the badger state - made several appearances here... including last night at turner hall. and former first daughter chelsea clinton -- also campaigning for her mother hillary. she stopped to meet supporters in boulder yesterday. chelsea also had two stops on the schedule in wisconsin yesterday -- one in eau claire and another in oshkosh. chelsea clinton will be back in milwaukee today... and vice president joe biden will be in madison tomorrow. and remember - fox6 is the station to watch on election nigh analysis, results and reaction on november 8th. a four-year-old girl's body is found hidden in a plastic tote in washington... what the mother allegedly told people about the girl's death. plus new information about the suspect who reportedly shot and killed two police officers in iowa... his history of police confrontations. and the operation to retake mosul continues... the message from the leader of isis.
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seen before. fox6 news is here to help you make the right decision. we'll give you the information you need to know before you head to the polls because this isn't just our country's future, this is your future and fox6 news is here to help you decide because you
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across america... in washington...sheriff' s office detectives believe they have recovered the remains of a girl, about four years old, whose body was hidden in a plastic tote in everett. joanna small has more. few neighbors who lived at this lynnwood apartment complex
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complained about a foul smell coming from one of the units here. tricia kirchner davis and jordan davis- lived inside that unit-with several of kirchner's children. but one-hasn't been seen in years- kirchner's 4-year-old daughter. "sometimes the reason for the child not being there was that she was with other relatives or friends." over those four years-court documents say kirchner gave varying accounts of what happened to the little girl-- including death due to chicken pox and a bathtub drowning. jordan davis' mother and sister became suspicious of a cooler kirchner kept hidden-and took with her every time to kirchner's parents' mobile home in everett. "relatives of the mother did know there was this tote in the home." the his mother and sister-finally reported it to police-last month. over the weekend detectives served a to know-- was it natural, was it accidental, was it the result of violence." we are learning more details about the suspect who allegedly shot and killed two police officers in iowa. police arrested 46-year-old scott michael greene hours after the officers were shot and killed. it all started early yesterday morning -- when two des moines-area officers
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justin martin...and 39 year-old sergeant anthony beminio...were shot...sitting in their police cars. greene has a history of police confrontations. a little more than two weeks ago... he was removed from a high school football stadium...after allegedly displaying a confederate flag near some black spectators. around the world... the operation to retake the iraqi city of mosul continues ... the leader of the islamic state group releases a message to followers telling them to keep up the fight. forces have recaptured one neighborhood in the city. officials say troops have killed eight isis militants while going door to door in the area. despite the progress that the iraqi forces have made ... the iraqi government says it will be a challenge for troops to retake other parts of the city. isis militants continue to fire mortar rounds at the forces. toss to weather. a mixture of clouds and sunshine expected this afternoon with
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mostly clear and chilly tonight with lows dipping into the middle and upper 30s inland to low 40s lakeside. warmer for the weekend with temperatures in the low to middle 60s. a few showers are possible late monday night into early tuesday then dry the rest of election day. today: mix of clouds and sun. mph tonight: mostly clear. low: 41 wind: n light mph friday: mostly sunny. high: 60 wind: sw 5-10 mph saturday: mostly sunny. am low: 44 high: 63 wind: se 5-10 mph sunday: mostly sunny. am low: 43 high: 64 wind: sw 5-10 mph monday: increasing clouds with showers overnight. am low: 46 high: 62 wind: sw 5-10 mph tuesday: early morning showers then partly sunny. am low: 48 high: 60 wind: nw 5-10 mph a mixture of clouds and sunshine expected this afternoon with high temperatures in the low 60s. mostly clear and chilly tonight with lows dipping into the middle and upper 30s inland to low 40s lakeside.tuesday: earlys then partly sunny. am low: 48 high: 60 wind: nw 5-10 mph a mixture of clouds and sunshine expected this afternoon with high temperatures in the low 60s. mostly clear and chilly tonight with lows dipping into the ddle and upper 30s inland to low 4 kide.
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mperatures in the low tomide 60 ssible late monday night io rly election day. today: mix of clouds and sun. high: 62 wind: n 5-10 mph tonight: stly clear. low: 41 nd: n light mostly sunny. high: 60n sw 5-10 nd: se 5-10 mph sunday: mostly sunny. am low: 43high: 60 mphonday: increasing clouds th showers overnight. am low: 46 high: 62 win 10 mph tuesday0
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a development group is lined up to buy the former diaryland greyhound park in kenosha and an office interiors company is moving downtown. sean ryan joins us live from the milwaukee business -- the pending sale of dairyland race track. 1. who will buy the land? 2. how
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downtown: 1. how many workers could the company add? 2. what building
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into? carl is looking ahead to an "inside the brewers" fan forum... this is an individual who mocked a disabled reporter... i don't know what i said, ahh... who attributed a reporter's questions to her menstrual cycle. trump: blood coming out of her...wherever. he is not a person who is equipped in temperament, judgment or character to lead our troops.
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pitting one group against another. he's a mexican. claiming a person can't do the job because of their race is sort of like the textbook definition of a racist comment. priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. johnson: social security is a legal ponzi scheme. priorities usa action is responsible 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 v.o.: attacking social security. raising the cost of college. jobs lost overseas. senator ron johnson - he's hurting wisconsin families. russ feingold: i'm russ feingold
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an economy rigged for the wealthy. and ron johnson's made it worse. johnson took a shady $10 million corporate payout, then went to washington and voted to protect corporate tax loopholes for companies shipping wisconsin jobs overseas, supported privatizing social security, , and wants to eliminate the federal minimum wage. senator johnson works for wall street, not us. senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. fox6 wakeup at 4:30-- count on us for breaking news, weather and traffic updates until 9am. need to fix your cell phone but don't have the time? the app that sends a specialist tot you! then, wine, beer and food, country music
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there is plenty of work to do at miller park before the start of the 2017 baseball season. tonight the team will host its fan forum, "inside the brewers." our
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important tips to know before heading out to shop this season. and four bald eagles turn up with lead poisoning in antigo... why officials are calling on deer hunters to be more
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big stories at 1130. the salvation army issuing a warning about a fake bell ringer in the area. and what you need to know before donating. a program that removes warrants for unpaid tickets and citations...is tried out for the first time in milwaukee. how many showed up at the courthouse. a great stretch of weather is ahead for the weekend. details
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we start at 11-30 with world series fever... the chicago cubs...and the world series champions --- return back in wrigley...with the trophy in hand. the team got back to chicago early this morning. this is video of the team getting off the the historic win. the cubs can finally say they're world series champions again... after a 108 year drought. but of course... a historic game 7 had to end in thrilling fashion. bottom of the 8th - the cubs were up 6 to 4... rajai davis hits a 2-run homer to tie up the game... and after
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to tie up the game... and after a scoreless 9th - it goes into extra innings. the teams had to wait for a rain delay after that - but then the cubs broke through in the 9th... with a double by zobrist... and a single from montero. through in the 9th... with a double by zobrist... and a single from montero. the cubs win for the first time since 1908.... 8 to 7. cubs manager joe maddon... saying after all the years of pressure and heartache... it's time to move forward. "i love tradition, i think tradition is worth time mentally. tradition is worth being upheld, but curses and superstitions are not." adlib to weather a mixture of clouds and sunshine expected this afternoon with
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60s. mostly clear and chilly tonight with lows dipping into the middle and upper 30s inland to low 40s lakeside. warmer for the weekend with temperatures in the low to middle 60s. a few showers are possible late monday night into early tuesday then dry the rest of election day. today: mix of clouds and sun. high: 62 wind: n 5-10 mph tonight: mostly clear. low: 41 wind: n light mph high: 62 wind: n 5-10 mph tonight: mostly clear. low:
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imposter posing as a bell ringer...is stealing money they say the man even appears to have a real salvation army red kettle. our deandra corinthios has the story from the salvation army headquarters. the salvation army filed a police report last year when a red kettle was stolen from the parking lot of a milwaukee wal-mart.. imposter soliciting donations at that same wal-mart. milwaukee police are investigating a man posing as a salvation army volunteer, outside the walmart near appleton and silver spring tuesday. the salvation army's red kettle campaign doesnt begin until friday. the suspect's kettle was not marked with a salvation army logo...and he was not ringing a bell...which salvation army leaders say are immediate red flags. volunteers will should also carry a salvation army badge.
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taking money in the parking lot tuesday... confronted him and took his picture. he suspect allegedly got in his car with the kettle and took off. the salvation army is holding a red kettle campaign kick off event tomorrow morning at the milwaukee public market from 7 to 9 am...with a free pancake breakfast they hope to raise 4 million dollars this year. friends and family -- remembering a 17- year-old girl who was hit and killed by a bus while walking on milwaukee's south side. it happened yesterday morning near 9th and oklahoma. marisol
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was a senior at rufus king high school. her brother says that's where she was headed when she was hit. "she had enjoyed going to her senior homecoming and she was looking forward to going to senior prom and i'm just deeply saddened that she doesn't have that opportunity anymore." we're told six elementary school students were on board the bus during the crash. they were not hurt. a woman who pleaded guilty to killing her children - found dead in jail. confirms jail staff found lucia hernandez-alvarez yesterday morning - not breathing with no pulse. just last month, she pleaded guilty in the deaths of her one year old son and three year old daughter... who were drugged and suffocated in september 2015. hernandez-alvarez had a court date scheduled for tomorrow... and a trial on her mental state was planned for next week. the racine county sheriff's office is now handling the investigation. officials are hoping a
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person who killed a saudi arabian student studying at u-w stout. the council on american-islamic relations is offering a five-thousand dollar reward for tips... and the chancellor at u-w stout ?has chipped in 15-thousand. police found hussain saeed al- nah-di unconscious and bleeding early sunday morning in menomonie. witnesses told police he had been assaulted by a man who ran off before officers arrived. al-nah-di was a junior.. majoring in business administration. three young men are connection with vandalism that took place at the horny goat marina late last week. about a dozen boats were broken into and ransacked. according to the criminal complaint traces of blood and a dropped cell phone lead police to the suspects. one of the teens also faces an arson charge for allegedly starting the fire that burnt a 60 thousand dollar boat to a crisp. we're told many boat owners are working with their insurance companies to settle the damages. the marina is now working on to settle the damages. the marina is now working on
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done in milwaukee... and if the first day is any indication, it's a huge success.. thousands gathered at the milwaukee municipal court building downtown for a chance to get their municipal warrants kicked out, fox6's myra sanchick has more details. many of those who stood in line at the milwaukee municipal court say this is worth the wait. at the other end of this line that wrapped around the building and up the stairs: four courtrooms and inside, the po warrants for arrest removed from records. altjuan jeter wants to be a truck driver and needs his license back. altjuan jeter there's a lot of things going on in this city that's very bad. a lot of sadness. a lot of people loosing people. and this right here gives people a chance to be human again the program being tried out this month people. and this right here gives people a chance to be human again the program being tried out this month removes warrants for unpaid tickets
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registrations. if i get pulled over im not going to make it to that job or i'm going to jail just over some tickets. those inside the court building were working hard to handle the crowds. i want to get that ticket paid. i don't want it on my record at all anita dukes everyone who came had different stories, it was primarily a municipal citation around 2009 and they came up recently on a consumer report and as a result i was denied consideration for employment but the same goals as altjuan jeter. i getm reinstated. sixty dollars. reinstated sixty dollars. now i can go to work. i can pay this fine off. that's all that matters you're happy. i'm gratetful there are 100,000 outstanding municpal warrants in milwaukee and officials are doing the same program next wednesday and the next wednesday after that. in milwaukee, myra sanchick, fox6news. antigo is dealing with four bald eagles that are on the brink of
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what the birds are suffering from...and why deer hunters could be to blame. and honoring those who put their lives on the line to save others. a look inside the milwaukee police department's
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seen before. fox6 news is here to help you make the right decision. we'll give you the information you need to know before you head to the polls because this isn't just our country's future, this is your future and fox6 news is here to help you decide because you matter." toss to weather. expected this afternoon with high temperatures in the low 60s. mostly clear and chilly tonight with lows dipping into the middle and upper 30s inland to low 40s lakeside. warmer for the weekend with temperatures in the low to middle 60s. a few showers are possible late monday night into early tuesday then dry the rest of election day. today: mix of clouds and sun. high: 62 wind: n 5-10
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high: 62 wind: n 5-10 mph tonight: mostly clear. low: 41 wind: n light mph friday: mostly sunny. high: 60 mph friday: mostly sunny. high: 60 wind: sw 5-10 mph saturday: mostly sunny. am low: 44 high: 63 wind: se 5-10 mph sunday: mostly sunny. am low: 43 high: 64 wind: sw 5-10 mph monday: increasing clouds with showers overnight. am low: 46 high: 62 wind: sw 5-10 mph tuesday:
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high: 60 wind: nw 5-10 mph a mixture of clouds and sunshine expected this afternoon with high temperatures in the low 60s. mostly clear and chilly tonight with lows dipping into the middle and upper 30s inland to low 40s lakeside. warmer for the weekend with temperatures in the low to middle 60s. a few showers are possible late am low: 48 high: 60 wind: nw 5-10 mph a mixture of clouds and sunshine expected this afternoon with high temperatures in the low 60s. mostly clear and chilly tonight with lows dipping into the middle and upper 30s inland to low 40s lakesid temperatures in the low to middle 60s. a few showers are possible late monday night into early tuesday then dry the rest of election day. today: mix of clouds and sun. high: 62 wind: n 5-10 mph tonight: mostly clear. low: 41 wind: n light mph friday: mostly sunny. high: 60 wind: sw 5-10 mph saturday: mostly sunny. am low: 44 high: 63 wind: se 5-10 mph sunday: mostly sunny. am low: 43 high: sunday: mostly sunny. am low: 43 high: 64 wind: sw 5-10 mph monday: creas0 mph tuesday: early morning owers th partly sunny. am w: 48
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they are some of the most high profile cases of the last year in milwaukee. the milwaukee police department honoring both officers and citizens - who put themselves in harms way to save lives, and keep us
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the fall merit awards. we don't often we hear their stories-- he was sitting on the ledge, on the other side of the bridge. ready to jump off. at least not from them directly. this is my life. this is what i know. officer katherine anderer and joseph goggins pulled a suicidal man off the 35th street viaduct. the second such case in the same spot for anderer in two weeks. we don't often see their faces--- i heard officer barinowksi call for help. jutiki x helped save fellow officer brandon baranowski who was ambushed in his squad-- shot several times, and survived. i love what i do. i love serving the public. it was a case where no one was coming forward. we don't often hear their hardship. as a mother myself i couldnt imagine losing a child. like the detectives who helped solve the murder of five year
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should come because this is what we do. wednesday--- they are honored. both officers, and citizens who have saved lives, and protected our community this year. you do things at personal risk for people you dont know. the fall merit awards giving the department a chance to say job well done--- while the rest of us--- are saying thank you. each one of these pieces of paper is a story that was honored wednesday night. police officers say there are similar stories that happen everyday on the streets, they are not looking for recognition, it's simply the job they signed up for. at the polic academy, ben handelman fox 6 news. fox's hit "empire" returning for all new episodes next week --- after the conclusion of the world series. but to hold you over and give you an empire fix --- fox's adam housley takes a look at the fashion behind the show. snd bite: compelling, um unpredictable, exciting
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the hit fox series, but i the same /i could be said about her character's over the top wardrobe. snd full: oh my god that is hot henson says: "i think a lot of an actor's job, too is to sell the wardrobe, you know. i don't do the research on what she wears and i don't break it down like a wardrobe designer does" snd full: cookie in front of mirror getting dressed/hat put on some of the outfits are outrageous. costume stylist paolo says cookie's look reflects the glamorous life of her character... nieddu says: "over the top on the show is good and on this show i to be over the top because it makes an impact. every week you got to do something that's interesting." and it's not all about cookie. snd full: excuse me nieddu says: "we have a regular of at least 10 people that are having 3 to 4 changes an episode, plus all the featured and day players and background that i oversee all of that." snd full: say hello to power
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carefully considered for each scene... snd full: trippin' over me so crazy nieddu says: "we sort of play chess with the clothing and with the colors and what they are doing and who they are next to and if someone has already worn. if cookie is in red then no one is wearing red or if hakeen is wearing red then no one is wearing red." while many of the items are rare, some can be found in stores... nieddu says: "they can go and buy the actual piece there are clothes in the stores, some of it i use vintage designer clothing on her and there are places i too." snd full: hey girl you look good in hollywood, adam housley, fox news. again, "empire" returns next wednesday. you can watch it right here on fox six at eight o'clock. this holiday season...shop smarter... some important tips for families to keep in mind when shopping
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an economy rigged for the wealthy. and ron johnson's made it worse. johnson took a shady $10 million corporate payout, and voted to protect corporate tax loopholes for companies shipping wisconsin jobs overseas, supported privatizing social security, which would hand billions to wall street, and wants to eliminate the federal minimum wage. senator johnson works for wall street, not us. senate majority pac is responsible
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russ: as i've traveled to all 72 counties, i've heard from a lot of people. including seniors, concerned that ron johnson is going to turn medicare into a voucher program. russ: i've heard from families in need of good paying jobs. blue collar guy: ron johnson's trade deals help other countries, not us. russ: the bottom line - people want an economy that delivers for them. man: we just need a fair shake, and, russ, i think you need a bigger van. russ: i'm russ feingold
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product safety commission....there are about 250 injuries a day during the holiday season. the toy safety mom has some important tips for families to help ensure smart shopping and safe play this year. fox's julie banderas has the story. there are strict safety standards for all toys sold in the u.s. lawrence says: "we actually work year-round to ensure that toys are safe first of all and that the industry knows what the standards are so that they can comply and that consumers have some information on how they can choose safe and age appropriate toys." joan lawrence manages the toy industry association's product safety programs and recommends shopping at trusted
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on store shelves or on online retailers are safe. by law in this country if its sold here in us it has to comply with our tough us safety standards." next make sure you follow toy age recommendations, lawrence says: "only 27% of parents were paying attention to the age grade on the package but its really important. it's a safety guidance its not about how smart our children are lawrence says parents should adhere to pa instructions. lawrence says: "when presents arrive its tempting to just jump in and start playing but its really important to go through the instructions with your child, read through them, even demonstrate how to play safely and appropriately" especially take note of small toy parts or other hazards in the play space. lawrence says: "the toys will have a warning that tells you when there are small parts in that package so that's an alert to parents to
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parts tester. it's the federal standard for toy safety for small parts. if an item fits entirely within that without sticking out its considered a small part. see this one doesn't fit so this one's ok for a child under three to play with." and don't forget about the toy chest itself. its great for organizing toys but it needs to have a lid that wont hurt little fingers and is made of soft material. lawrence says shelv don't tip over. lawrence says: "if you're using shelving units or dressers or other furniture in a child's play environment, those need to be secured to the wall. you don't want the furniture to tip especially when a child sees a toy or other item attracted to them on a high shelf they may be tempted to climb the furniture." tag here's wishing you a happy and safe holiday shopping season. in new york, julie banderas fox
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when i was one year old, i was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer on my spinal chord. but i spent my whole life fighting back. so you can imagine what i thought when i saw donald trump say... "i don't know what i said, ah, i don't remember!" "that reporter he is talking about suffers from a chronic condition that impairs movement of his arms." i don't want a president who makes fun of me.
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you are watching fox 6 news at 11. a mixture of clouds and sunshine expected this afternoon with high temperatures in the low 60s. mostly clear and chilly tonight with lows dipping into the middle and upper 30s inland to low 40s lakeside. warmer for the weekend with temperatures in the low to middle 60s. if the upcoming presidential election has you stressed out...the weather channel has a way for you to relax. network plans to air nine hours of soothing videos and smooth jazz. it is the first time the weather channel will provide the calming election day viewing option....an alternate to the typical election coverage on news channels. thanks for joining us at eleven. our next newscast is at four
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i spent many years as a nuclear missile launch officer. if the president gave the order we had to launch the missiles, 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.
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>> i went to go back to the car to get more money. >> judge judy: lo and behold, your car wasn't there. >> announcer: there was no mystery behind her missing wheels. >> judge judy: mr. simione says he called the tow company and had your car towed. what you say is you parked legally because you were going into the gym. >> announcer: but will a mystery witness... >> judge judy: you know anything about ms. imperial and her car? >> yes, i do. >> announcer: ...put a dent in her story? >> judge judy: this is not gonna be without pain. >> announcer: "judge judy." you are about to enter the courtroom of judge judith sheindlin. the people are real. the cases are real. the people are real. the cases are real. the rulings are final. captions paid for by cbs television distribution gina imperial is suing deli owner bruno simione for illegally towing her car while she was parked in front of his deli.

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