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and her four-year- old grandson, giovoni, are having in dealing with the death of her foster daughter, and his mother, ebony taylor. the holidays are coming ... gios birthdays coming ... the 25-year-old taylor was shot and killed, around 11-15, the night of july 13th, while sitting on a porch, near 33rd and hadley, in milwaukee. we need answers. somebody needs to be held accountable. but, zulkowski explains, with police telling he a person of interest identified, she figures a considerable cash incentive could convince someone to come forward. so, thursday, shes offers a 50- thousand dollar reward for information which leads to the arrest and conviction of the person, or people, responsible for the shooting. there, really, is not a price that you could put on ebonys life, but it is, absolutely, everything that i have, and i wanna give everything that i have to help
zulkowski says gio started school, this year, without his mother. he just had his first, parent-teacher conferences, without his mother. she mentions the holidays, and how grateful shed be for tightly-wrapped package of justice, delivered to the courthouse, of course. if you have any pertinent information, contact milwaukee this is the latest, in milwaukee. im justin williams, fox 6 news. steph thanks justin new at six. a racine couple is accused of severely injuring their one-month-old child. the couple is charged with physical abuse of a child and child neglect resulting in great bodily harm. the baby boy was being treated at children's hospital on monday -- suffering from skull fractures, broken legs, and a broken rib. the father told investigators he does sometimes play rough with the child... but both deny
a developing story out of cudahy. a worker is killed in an industrial accident. it happened at a-t-i forged products.... which is in the former ladish building on packard avenue. we're told a 49-year-old oak creek man was killed. a 48-year-old man from cudahy was also injured -- but he's expected to survive. right now -- we're still waiting to hear how this accident happened. overnight leaves four people dead. today -- we're learning several of the victims -- are from our area. it happened on interstate-94 near deerfield. police say officers were trying to catch up to a wrong-way driver when he hit 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 only person in the other vehicle also died on scene. sgt. william miller says: "we're humans too -- and when you see
it's very difficult to process. i know that my people out there that were working last night, they're professional. they're going to take care of this job." we're told: the driver of the suv -- a 32-year-old man from waunakee-- is in critical condition. officials believe alcohol played a role in the crash. a retired kenosha county sheriff's captain has been formally charged with four counts of sexual assault. clarence mielke is accused of sexually assaulting a woman at his place of employment--- carey manor. it's an assistant livinf pleasant prairie owned by his wife. the victim suffers from a mental deficiency which does not allow her to give consent. in court mielke was ordered to pay a ten thousand dollar cash bond and turn in his passport. his attorney says he questions the statements made by the victim. "unfortunately this poor lady has huntington's disease but it affects her physically and neurologically but also cognitively." the facility was ordered to shut down and all patients
also fined ten thousand dollars. a brown deer police officer charged after she shot a man outside a milwaukee county bus-- will now face trial. devon kraemer waived her preliminary hearing today. she was charged last month with aggravated battery with the use of a dangerous weapons. it stems from an incident in march-- when she helped take an unruly passenger off a bus. a criminal complaint says when kraemer couldn't get control of the passenger's arm, she shot him in the back. he was injured, but survived. has surpassed it's own early-voting record... set back in 2012. this year -- more votes are still expected to come in. ted perry is in the newsroom to explain. as of yesterday -- more than 38- thousand in-person absentee votes have been cast.... already 2-thousand more than the last presidential election. that number is likely to still go up... as saturday is the last day to early vote in the city. city officials
to reach close to 50- thousand. we're told: that could represent one in five voters citywide. as for why we're seeing higher totals --- mayor tom barrett says it's because of expanded voting hours -- and added early-voting sites. barrett says: "we've always felt that if we had more locations and more hours, that more people would want to vote early . barrett says: "people want to have that convenience, they don't want to wait in line on election day -- or they might have a schedule that requires them to vote early. deadline to register to vote prior to the election. keep in mind -- you will be able to do so on election day. reporting in the newsroom, ted perry, fox six news. brad thanks ted. the race to the white house -- again coming to wisconsin today. hillary clinton's daughter -- chelsea -- spoke to a crowd of supporters in milwaukee about early voting. chelsea says: "it is easy to vote here and you should feel really lucky because it's not so easy to vote everywhere. so thank you for early voting and thank you for talking to at least five
walker's point. besides talking about several issues of this year's election.... she also took several questions from the audience. hillary clinton was campaigning in north carolina this afternoon. the final marquette university law school poll -- released yesterday -- shows hillary clinton holding a six point lead against her republican challenger-- donald trump-- here in wisconsin. vice president joe biden will be in madison tomorrow campaigning on clinton's behalf. republican nominee donald trump having stops in three states today. carolina, pennsylvania -- and this event in florida. trump urged the crowd of roughly four thousand-- to get out and vote... saying the country is ready for quote -- "historic change.." trump says: "we're on the cusp of something that's so amazing. it's historic change. a transfer of power from a failed political establishment. we're going to return that power to you the american people." just this week -- trump was in eau claire.
tells us -- expect to see him again in wisconsin before election day. for more on all the campaigns leading up to election day-- and to watch videos from the campaign events -- head to our website, fox six now dot com and click the 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. the longest championship drought in sports is over. once again world series champions. there will be a big victory-parade and rally .. in chicago tomorrow. the victorious cubs returned home early this morning with their prize in hand... after beating the cleveland indians eight-to-seven. game seven was a nail-biter for sure.... going ten innings with a rain delay! another above-average day weather-wise. more of that is headed our way!
get ready for abundant sunshine and mild temperatures. i'll have your fox6 forecast coming up. plus -- he's described as an infamous milwaukee landlord.... but not anymore. why he was forced to hand over control of his properties -- at least for now. plus. they're the ones that help you during
tax time. now -- they could use an extra hand....
johnson's stacked the deck against the middle class. opposing pay rises for you. he'd even abolish the minimum wage. ron johnson's just not for you. senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. a muskego teen is found safe after being reported missing this morning... the 15-year-old girl disappeared from her home sometime around 7 o'clock. saying she was going for a run. when she didnt return her parents called police. she was later found around 11-30 this morning. muskego police will only say the circumstances of her disappearance remain unclear. "i plead the fifth''. those words from a milwaukee landlord in court today.. who is being sued by the city. the city is suing mohommad choudry to recover money for past deceptive real estate practices... and to stop him from making future purchases. a complaint accuses
estate deals by titling in fake company names.. or using a real ?name without that person's permission. today the court ordered him not to buy any more properties in milwaukee... and he had to turn over his current properties to a city receiver that will now manage them. 'its a big win because an individual who is essentially operating in the shadows for 7 years in now brought to light and im glad to see theres a proper person who is going to manage the properties hes acquired.' this temporary injunction doesn't
remove choudry as the legal owner of the properties.. all parties month. a warm up on the way for the weekend. tom wachs is coming up with his forecast.
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. she can work with people to solve problems. i want to be able to tell my kids that i did the right thing when it really mattered. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. reopen tax season ?is right around the
can get free tax preparation... but now -- the organization offering the service needs some help of its own. deandra corinthios has the story -- new at six. margaret adams gets professional help doing her taxes ...at the social development commission in milwaukee. "i dont have to worry about paying $200, $300 $400 dollars to get my taxes done" adams...needs the cash to cover living expenses. "paying your rent, your car loan, your living expenses and things that you have to do, so if there is something is a benefit" through events like 'super saturday'...the social development commission provides free tax preparation to milwaukee county residents...with a household income below 56 thousand dollars its through the irs' volunteer income tax assistance program. but theres a catch. "this year we were awarded 85 thousand dollars. the catch is that we have to have a match, one to one match." sdc is looking t individuals...business
"our doors are flooded with individuals who actually seek the help and it is just astonishing that each we have a lot of new individuals that come and seek our services." by february...adams will have to recover from the costs of the holidays she wants to come back to sdc for help with her taxes... "this is something i dont have to take out of my pocket" but not spend all the savings...on herself... then i can also be prepared to pay my offering in church" the community that gave to her. in milwaukee deandra corinthios fox6 news. the goal is to have the funds by january first. you can donate online to the social development commission. information can be found in the "links" tab on fox6 now dot com and the fox6 news app. if you can't spare the cash, they are seeking volunteers to help during the upcoming tax season.
weather clear skies tonight with temperatures falling through the 50s this evening. we will stay clear overnight with low 40s in the city by sunrise, middle 30s inland. high pressure will dominate our weather through the weekend. sunny and mild on friday with highs in the 60s. mostly sunny and nice both saturday and sunday with highs in the middle
low: 41 wind: ne 5 mph friday: sunny. high: 61 wind: sw 5-10 mph saturday: mostly sunny. am low: 43 high: 65 wind: sw 5-10 mph sunday: mostly sunny. am low: 45 high: 66 wind: sw 5-10 mph monday: mostly sunny with a h low: 46 high: 66 wind: sw 5-10 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy and cooler. am low: 47 high: 60 wind: ne 5-10 mph wednesday:partly sunny. am low: 45 high: 59
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a new man will be giving aaron rodgers the football when the packers play the colts at lambeau field sunday afternoon.... while a roster move needs to be made to facilitate him coming off the physically unable to perform list because of a hamstring issue, corey linsley will start at center for jc tretter, who has a knee problem.... in essence, linsley is getting his job back... "we're both very hard working people. i have a great respect for him. i know he has great respect for me as well. and i think that that's why i slid in two years ago and performed well and then he slid in and as well." the badgers really aren't anything special on special teams or on offense this season, and yet, they are among the nation's top teams thanks to their defense.... that unit will once again attempt to rise to the challenge saturday late morning on the road at northwestern.... "i know what i can do. i know i can make plays. coming off a game, a good game so i'm just looking forward to next, this upoming week, you know, northwestern. now i gotta go out there and do it again." "i mean, the emphasis is
execute both well so we're going to have to stop both equally well and we're gonna have to execute on both." it's deuces wild downtown tonight..... the 2 and 2 bucks host the 2 and 2 indiana pacers.... milwaukee's leading assist man so far is newcomer matthew dellavedova at more than a half dozen helpers per game..... sheboygan lutheran high school and university of wisconsin product sam dekker takes a tumble last night in new york... dekker l and his chance at an uncontested dunk, but as he typically does, takes things in stride very well.... tweeting out that the floor monster caught him on the play... high school state soccer in division one..... marquette takes a lead in the first half when joel migliaccio gets the crossing path and beats the goalkeeper for the score.... there's a party in the clubhouse for the hilltoppers as they go on to beat brookfield central 3-nothing and advance to saturday's final.. racine st.
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of her...wherever. he is not a person who is equipped in temperament, judgment or character to lead our troops. donald trump has created a toxic atmosphere pitting one group against another. he's a mexican. claiming a person can't do the job because of their race definition of a racist comment. priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. russ: as i've traveled to all 72 counties, priorities usa action is responsible i've heard from a lot of people. including seniors, concerned that ron johnson is going to turn medicare into a voucher program.
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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 and i approve this message. harvey: there is definitely a sore loser in the world series, and that would be a guy who co >> a cubs fan and indians fan got into it on the street and the indians fan threw one of the most ferocious right hooks. the cubs fan was knocked out cold. >> i'm texting with the victim. he wrote, go cubs, go. i survived an assault, just like my cubs survived being down 3-1. >> kendall jenner turned 21 last night. kylie was there. khloe and kourtney was there. no kim sightings. harvey: everybody will agree she got robbed. now the question is, is she over
>> there's no timetable when you get over that. >> you have no idea how you would react unless you have been bound and gagged before. [laughter] >> beyonce performed at the c.m.a.'s with the dixie chicks. this was like the chris stapleton, justin timberlake singing. >> the dixie chicks are famous in their own right. they don't need to bring up beyonce. harvey: chris stapleton is more relevant than the dixie chicks. >> he wasn't before that performance? harvey: let's go to the authority. chris stapleton before justin timberlake. >> no. eric speaks. harvey: eric is not always right. >> charlie sheen after game seven. he's obviously buzzed. he's partying. >> [bleep]! >> on the other hand, watching the bill murray video is just the cutest thing in the world. he's a huge cubs fan. he was back there celebrating with the champagne. >> can you imagine if those were charlie sheen videos, man? [laughter]