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>> keep drivin -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com our big story at four: one final frantic weekend... presidential candidates and their surrogates are traveling to key battleground states ahead o that includes stops here in the badger state. beverly taylor is in the newsroom with what the republicans are doing, and the events they have planned for this weekend in wisconsin. but first, fox6 political reporter theo keith is just back from madison where vice president joe biden was campaigning for hillary clinton and russ feingold. we start with democratic presidential nominee hillary clinton. the former secretary of state was in pennsylvania campaigning today. she's calling this election a make-or- break moment for this country's history. both candidates are looking to swing voters in pennsylvania in their favor. donald trump will campaign in
clinton holding a three-and-a-half point lead in the keystone state. our theo keith joins us in the studio now with more on vice president joe biden's stop in wisconsin today. it's a full- court press with just a handful of days until election day. donald trump and his running mate, mike pence, are covering more ground by campaigning separately today. donald trump was in north carolina ... it's a critical swing state ... with 15 electoral votes up for grabs. trump used the stop to zero- in on cli f-b-i looking into more emails....that were found on her private email server, and contained classified information. "hillary therefore committed perjury absolutely because of her statements, in addition to all of her other crimes, probably also in that batch are classified e-mails in the highest level that would now have been hacked by foreign countries."
pence will be in mukwonago tomorrow. he'll be joined by paul ryan and ron johnson. donald trump has a campaign rally scheduled in west allis sunday afternoon. reporting in the newsroom, beverly taylor, fox 6 news. steph thanks bev. tomorrow is the last day to vote early in milwaukee. the city expects 50-thousand people to cast their ballots before tuesday. there are three locations to vote early this year. the zeidler building downtown, midtown center and the forest home library. polls are open at seven a-m on election day. you will need a photo id to vote. if you aren't registered, you can register in person at your voting place. from early voting to campaign rallies, polls and more. keep track of it all when you visit fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app. just click the politics tab. a woman involved in a crash that killed two men is sentenced today. a milwaukee county judge
ray pleaded guilty last month to amended charges of homicide by vehicle and use of a controlled substance officials say ray was speeding near sherman and roosevelt last december when she hit another car-- killing darrell thompson and terry jackson. ray initially ran from the crash but turned herself in after hearing they were killed. she was on the fbi's most wanted list-- now she's headed to jail. tequila cole was sentenced today to 30 years behind bars. charges back in september in connection to the 2014 murder of alonna thomas,. police say cole shot and killed thomas during an argument near 29-th and locust. witnesses say they were arguing over their involvement with the same man-- the father of thomas' child. back in may-- cole turned herself in at the milwaukee county jail. one person is in custody after an attempted robbery at a johnson bank in kenosha this morning. the robbery suspect gave the teller
wanted one million dollars. the kenosha county hazardous device squad and kenosha county tactical response team responded to the bank. our crew on the scene says there were three distinct detonations. no one was injured during the incident. looking ahead... the annual veterans day parade is taking place tomorrow in downtown milwaukee. more than one-thousand veterans and military from all over southeastern wisconi it starts at 11 in the morning...ending at the war memorial, where they will have military displays to honor those lost in service to our country. we're looking at a wonderful weekend if you're looking to get outside and enjoy fall in southeast wisconsin. weather expert stephanie barichello is in the weather office with a look at the forecast. we're on track for a few days of sunshine and above average temperatures.
the fox6 storm center app is a great tool to have on your mobile device. it's free, available for apple and android -- and always includes the fox6 weather forecast. to more politics now, republicans and democrats hitting wisconsin hard with just a handful of days before the election. our theo keith joins us in the
joe biden's stop in wisconsin today. campaigning in madison -- about a mile from the university of wisconsin campus -- biden embraced reducing the cost of college and increasing the minimum wage. he was there to campaign for hillary clinton, but, with polls showing wisconsin's u-s senate race is tighter than the presidential, biden spent just as much time knocking senator ron johnson as he did donald trump. in fact, he said the two men were carbon copies, not in character, bu senator johnson introduced mr. trump at an event they jointly did and he referred to them as the ronald and donald show. well folks, given a choice, ill take ronald mcdonald the clinton campaign says more than 12- hundred people showed up. biden is the latest surrogate to campaign in wisconsin for clinton, who has not been here once during the general
100 years in the making. today, the chicago cubs held their world series victory parade. fans lined the streets of the windy city celebrating their first title in 108 years. the cubs beat the cleveland indians in game seven wednesday night. the parade started at wrigley field, and made its way to grant park where players, managers, and team owners addressed the huge crowd. "eve worn this jersey i feel like won the world series with us today, or the other day, demptser, kerry wood, ernie banks who is looking down smiling down so bright right now." before the parade the chicago river downtown was dyed blue for the cubs. luckily... today
for chicago public schools, so even the kids were able to join in on the fun! missed today's cubs rally -- and want to watch it for yourself? visit fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app -- and search "rally." ad lib about cubs coming up on fox-six news at 4... figuring out how to pay for college can be a challenge. how some students are using crowdfunding to get their degree. plus-- could a change be coming to nutella? why the f-d-a wants to change the product's label... because it's so popular.
i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot
somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! ood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember."
the gears in washington? money. and ron johnson fits right in. six years ago, johnson took a shady $10 million corporate payout, went to washington, then voted to protect $21 billion in tax breaks for the world's biggest oil companies. $21 billion. a wisconsin senator, protecting tax breaks for oil companies. that's ron johnson. that's washington. and he fits right in. end citizens united is responsible
some people live and breathe for nutella. if that sounds like you... the f-d-a would love to hear from you. the feds and nutella are in a battle... over just what a serving size should be. nutella is currently classified as a "dessert topping"... so the serving size is two tablespoons, which comes out to about 200 calories. but more people are apparently using nutella as a spread company wants to make the serving size smaller. the f-d-a may consider nutella's claims, but only if the american people agree. customers are being asked to send comments on their use of the
here's an even sweeter story for you. a bus driver in pennsylvania comes to the rescue of a young girl who dropped a tray of treats for her class on halloween. this picture of cupcakes is going viral -- after the driver baked a replacement batch for the little girl. she went home between bus routes, baked new cpc delivered them to the little girl's class. all the students in the class were so touched... they wrote a card for her, saying she saved the day. the election is only four days away, and candidates are working hard to get that edge over their opponents. and that competition is bleeding over to the ice hockey rink. the milwaukee admirals are giving away donald trump and hillary clinton bobble heads tomorrow night. the
bobble head they want. there will be 25-hundred trumps and 25-hundred clintons. the first one to run out wins. this is the fourth straw poll from the admirals, and the second by bobble head. apple releases a new line of emojis... and people are pretty riled up over one particular update. the new peach emoji is causing a real stir. for years, lots of emjoi users used the peach to mean
like a rear end and more like... well... a peach. disappointed fans of the old school "peach butt" took to social media... some ridiculing apple for making the change... others, demanding a return to the old look. as students everywhere know-- there are two big parts of a college education. the first is getting in...the second is getting out with being stuck with life-crippling debt. beverly taylor reports on how some are using a different kind of
depaul and i'm like "mom, i'm going there." she was like, yeah, okay cool." we first caught up with brionne candie of milwaukee, as she packed for school-- pursuing a degree in nursing. she was surprised when she was accepted at depaul university in chicago-- her first choice. but her mother, antoi johns was "not". "i knew it wasn't, it wasn't an issue...'cause her grades through high school had been awesome. and she's a really hard worker." but then reality set in. laughs " depaul is a private school with a hefty price tag. "i was just working and you know, saving my money. and then of course my mom was saving her money. as well as my dad and my grandma, she always helps when she can." "by this being kinda my first experience i wasn't really expereinced in searching out scholarships and different things. so we got a few. but we didn't get as many as we probably should have."on top of that, johns had recently opened a new business called transcending
generated-- not to mention furnishing the place... there wasn't much of a surplus. ...what the school wanted right away and what they had didn't match. and that's when the proverbial light bulb went off:: why not try crowdfunding...specifically gofundme. "my mom. that was my mom's idea." "you know i talked to bri and i said why don't you go ahead...because i wasn't going to do it because i wanted her to also have some responsibility." candie composed her pitch on the site and lau page.donations from friends, family and a few strangers started coming in. we raised about $750 and that helped a lot. it helped a lot...just that little bit because i was facing such a big debt at first."it's still up... candi isn't the only student to turn to crowdfunding. "just search the education category and you'll find many others. pitches range from overcoming difficult times to the chance to help others .... all designed to encourage readers to
kinds kick it out and we'll share it on facebook." some other students we talked to said they never thought of crowdfunding for education. "i think it could be very effective for people who have enough sources." "i don't think it would be a good thing if everybody, you know if the majority of students did that, but i see maybe a handful out of the bunch maybe who have special circumstances." "i have the means for paying for college right now and i've been able to support the need in asking for money."one thing to keep in mind when considering crowdfunding is getting the money from the sites is not free. gofundme deducts about 8% from each donation you receive. the deduction is between 8 and 10- percent with indiegogo. and, youcaring deducts a processing fee of about 3%. but what's left, is still money students wouldn't have otherwise. and lastly, the support is immeasurable. "it makes me feel
over 80,000 wisconsin jobs lost to unfair trade. but senator johnson sided with corporate
interests, calling for even more unfair trade, voting for special tax breaks for corporations shipping jobs overseas, costing taxpayers billions. and johnson's been exposed for using what looks like an offshore tax shelter for himself. or us. senate majority pac is responsible
tomorrow...event-goers will get a free fortune cookie. for more details on the display - just go to fox 6 now dot com. also happening this weekend... classic rock band the moody blues takes the stage at the milwaukee theater saturday night. the band has been together since the 60's with hits like "nights in white satin" and "i'm just a singer in a rock and roll band". tickets start at 45-bucks and the show
starts at eight. a new resident at the zoo. coming up on fox six news at 4-- when you can why
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. senior: don't let it happen russ. 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. and, russ, i think you need a bigger van. russ: i'm russ feingold
that's ron johnson. that's washington. and he fits right in. end citizens united is responsible for the content of this ad. a little boy suffers ?severe burns when someone sets his home on fire. west allis police are looking for
?the person wh fire over the weekend. fox 6s derica williams spoke with the parents and joins us in the studio. the boy's parents tell me their son suffers from severe burns on the lower half of his body. they went to bed after a night of trick-or-treating... and woke up to smoke and flames. with tubes and bandages all over his body... the first 2 days with the oxygen tubes, i couldnt take it dominick wright recovers at childrens hospital of wisconsin ... after
sunday morning. wake up, fire alarm is going off kid is screaming his head off, dominicks parents stepped away from his bed.. to ?tell me what their little boy went through... im rushing to the living room he is huddled in the corner by the chair, i pushed him aside and immediately try to get water. theres little fires all in my living room the ?fire would cause severe injuries... mostl burns minor 3rd degree burns from his feet to his upper thighs, both legs his blanket got burned while he was probably sleeping he probably threw the blanket down and walked right through it right through the fire west allis police say the ?injuries are the result of an arson... they said there was a slit in the screen there was no slit there before police say the fire appears to have been intentionally set with the use of an accelerant. the wrights are now
hoping police find who's responsible. ive never seen my son depressed i just want justice i just want justice for dominick and justice for us because whoever did this is a monster and he/she needs to be caught im just hoping someone finds out something west allis police ask that anyone with information.. to come forward. you can remain anonymous and there is a cash reward up to five thousand dollars available leading to an arrest. contact the west allis police department, the arson hotline or the west ali have all those numbers listed for you on our website. police are looking for a suspect who shot a man walking into his home on milwaukee's northwest side. it happened just before 11 last night near 88th and capitol. police say a suspect fired multiple gunshots at a 34-year-old man. the victim was taken to the hospital by a friend. his condition is unknown at this time. a suspect is in custody this morning after leading police on
they spotted a car a suspect used, to flee an armed robbery near 10th and center. officers tried to stop the car...but the driver took off. the car eventually stopped at 10th and cleveland -- and the suspect bailed out of the car. police were able to arrest him after a short foot chase. the salvation army is kicking off its red kettle campaign. community leaders, volunteers and donors came out this morning to the milwaukee public market....as the first bells of the holiday season were rung. our very own tom pipines was "tinker" the bell-ringing horse also made a special appearance. this year's red kettle campaign goal is 4-million dollars. beverly taylor joins us now from the news room with some stories they're working on for fox6 news at five. three young accountants killed in a crash. police say it was caused by a wrong- way driver. at five, one victim's family tells us why the tragedy is
timely. also at five, a suspected bank robber led police on a chase-- and was caught when he stopped to buy cigarettes. coming up, newly- released audio recordings of the pursuit. we'll have all that and more for you on fox six news at five. steph thanks bev. the milwaukee county zoo is now home to a rhino who has been relocated from pittsburgh. meet josie-- she's a four-year-old eastern black rhino. as of right now-- she'll be spending most of her time in exhibit-- probably through the spring when the temperatures heat up. once we warm up again, she'll have her own outdoor exhibit next to the zoo's resident rhino- mimi. those at the zoo say josie is one of the most important animals there. "josie here, along with the other rhinos ion captivity represent a flagship species that shows, probably more than any other animal in the zoo, how very few of them there are left in the wild.
3-thousand pounds and up to 12 feet long once she's fully grown in a year or two. coming up on fox six news at four... a town in california has a serious issue with turkeys getting into trouble. how much it'll cost to get rid of the fowl problem. plus-- a vice principal and a voucher school- each fox-6 investigators take a closer look at hickman academy. here's a live look outside right now from our city center camera in downtown milwaukee. ad lib what you see weather expert stephanie barichello is in next with a your forecast.
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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. i want a president who inspires me, and that's not donald trump.
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in times of crisis america depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? seriously..."vo: clear thinking... donald trump: "i know more about isis than the generals do, believe me." vo: and calm judgment. donald trump: "and you can tell them to go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move. donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of
'do you guys work here? this is a school right?'one year ago we first tried to speak to someone at hickman academy. 'its a school, we dont want to talk to you, no comments, have a nice day...their gonna go, goodbye...call the administrator tomorrow. ive been calling. well call again. ive been emailing. well call again, see you later bye. why are you getting such an attitude with me? because we don't want you in the building."hickman academy is a o northwest side of milwaukee . it used to be a daycare. in 2009 it was investigated for its ties to drug dealers, who police suspected were using the daycare as a front. as a daycare, hickman academy received more than 12- million dollars in taxpayer money.as a school, it's receives about two million dollars a year. and as the fox6 investigators have uncovered, it's vice principal is a convicted criminal. "i am good to work in the school. thats
reported extensively on voucher school leaders in wisconsin. "when these schools you have never heard of show up one day and people get a glossy flyer saying enroll your student today for a great education...you know, everything that glitters isnt gold.' many voucher school leaders dont even have backgrounds in education - a sticking point for choice school opponents like congressman pocan. 'we would never tolerate that in the public school system.' hickmans used to work as an insurance agent. he got caught pocketing premiums from elderly clients and was convicted of embezzlement in 2005. now he leads this voucher school. his resume shows hes in charge of developing and monitoring the schools budget of more than 2-million dollars a year - and all of it is public money. "is this a good time to talk to you, mr. montgomery? i am not going to talk on air. i can tell you my background check is clean." thats what he told the
and families, too, when he applied for a license to run a day care. records show he denied ever being convicted of a crime - and state officials never caught it. 'i trust him. he probably turned over a new leaf. he made a mistake.' but according to the milwaukee police department hes currently under investigation for writing bad checks. "i can tell you hickman academy does current background checks, so my background is good. i am good to work in the school. thats the most i can say." montgomery has filed for bankruptcs the state money for unemployment benefits he shouldnt have received. and court records show he owes 80-thousand dollars in child support - all of which could bar him from obtaining a teaching license and working in a public school.but a voucher school? no problem. he even tried to open his own school. he raised about 4-thousand dollars on go fund me, but the school never got off the ground. 'we had people who used funds to buy cadillacs, we had people who said they could read
it, and they were getting public funds. now weve cleaned up some of that, a little bit of it but theres still a lot of other accountability problems. we showed parents montgomerys mugshot.most had no clue he had a criminal conviction. 'no, i didnt know that.' "no telling what else he could be doing." 'probably turned over a new leaf. i will keep my eyes on him though.' we followed up with jeff montgomery off camera to see if he would sit down with us to talk about his record but he never called us back. most of the people he stole money from were elderly. he did pay that money back in 2005. in the investigators. adlib to weather
temperatures. tonight we'll stay clear and drop to the low and mid 40s. tomorrow will be mostly sunny and even warmer, reaching the mid 60s. by sunday we have a chance to reach the upper 60s. the sunshine will work week. my monday night we have a slight chance for showers. we should be dry tuesday, but partly cloudy skies
more than twenty-eight thousand people were infected and more than eleven thousand people died. the teams are now trying to learn more about how these new mutations make the ebola virus more infectious in people. sweeteners added to the liquid nicotine vaporized in e-cigarettes may release certain toxins that are as high as in smoke from traditional cigarettes. researchers examined fumes released by e-cigarette liquids with different concentrations of three types of sugars. the team says these liquids were fine before being vape the sugars with heat produced two toxic substances also found in tobacco smoke one factor complicating the results is the variety of devices, liquids, and nicotine concentrations available. users can mix their own liquids at different strengths. dehydration is a familiar problem for endurance athletes, but drinking too much water can also be potentially fatal. water intoxication occurs when a person consumes so much water
diluted. doctors say when this happens, it allows water to leak out of the blood and into other tissues. older people who take diuretics dye-yer-ettics and have reduced kidney function are also at risk for this condition.the institute of medicine recommends about nine cups a day for women and thirteen cups a day for men. a man wearing a tutu is caught on surveillance video breaking into a police say around one a-m tuesday, the man in the tutu and a second man entered the tampa farmers market by breaking the glass door to the business office. once they got inside, they helped themselves to fruit and soda. one of them held a box up to the video camera to block the view. it's likely the men were out on halloween night before breaking
recreational marijuana in california is likely to pass on tuesday, thanks to its popularity among young voters. that's according to a new statewide poll released by the l-a times. it found that 58-percent of likely voters support the proposition.. compared to 37-percent who oppose it. and the number of people previously in the 'unsure' category.. shrunk from eight to four-percent. right now, four states and the district of columbia have legalized marijuana for recreational use. space on city streets and the patience of pedestrians in one california community. about 10 years ago, the turkeys mysteriously moved into davis california. it's a city just outside of sacramento. and now their wreaking havoc on davis residents. some just can't take their aggressive antics anymore.... and they're dialing 9-11. "this is almost embarrassing, i am trying to get into my office on g street in davis and i have this huge turkey surrounding my car circling me and i don't know
and f and then 5th and f that's running around chasing after people." the new plan yo get rid of the turkeys will cost the city of davis just over 20 thousand dollars initially... and then as much as 11 thousand in the years to come. something and just figured it's gone forever, and we'll never get it back. sometimes, a lot of luck can mean all the difference. coming up, a treasure hunt pays off as a piece of one man's history finds its way home. history finds its way home. an economy rigged for the wealthy. and ron johnson's made it worse.
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 for the content of this advertising. russ: as i've traveled to all 72 counties, i've heard from a lot of people.
let it happen russ. 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
decades after it was lost in a lake. it's all because dennis benkert bank-ert was searching for treasure in the lake.he figured it was a good place to search because of an ongoing construction project. "i took the advantage of going down there while the water was low and going around the docks." benkert hunts for treasure as a hobby. he's found military id tags, graduation rings and even teeth. through facebook, benkert's friend was able to track down the owner of the wallet, 49-year-old shawn eakins ache-ins .benkert realized he h "i did call my brother up to try to find out if he knew who he was and he said yeah i worked with shawn. he said what's his badge number? i said 320 - my brother's was 310, so they did work together." eakins believes he lost the wallet while paddle boating with his wife. "maybe an hour or so after we left the lake i realized i lost it and i figured it fell into the lake somewhere." his old credit cards, social security card and even an old hollywood video
missed the most was his badge. "i was upset because i was a fairly new correctional officer so it had my badge, my wallet, and that's the thing that meant the most to me in it." now, 21 years later, eakins said his life has definitely changed. "well at the time my son was three years old, he's now 24 years old, i didn't have my daughter addison and she's now 14 years old. my wife and i just celebrated our 24th anniversary." benkert said it's moments like this that keep m treasure. "it's fulfilling to me to make somebody else happy." kim murphy fox 6 news. our big story at five... a dramatic scene plays out at a kenosha bank as it opened this
bomb. fox6's myra sanchick is live in kenosha with that story. kenosha police say at this time they aren't sure if the device on the suspect was real, but it sure looked like it. one of the first customers of the day at the johnson bank in the glenwood crossings mall, was not in for a usual withdrawal. kenosha police say the man walked in, and gave a teller a note, demanding one he had a bomb strapped to his body. employees called police and were able to get out. but the suspect stayed inside. police closed off the mall, those inside stores had to stay. those not yet there could not go to work, like the manager of another nearby bank. it's unpredictable. but anytime you're dealing with money there are a lot of unknowns so. stuff like this happens for several hours police negotiated with the suspect inside. finally shortly before noon you can see the suspect surrenders. police order
make sure he was not armed with a bomb. we had a negotiator on scene today that had initial contact with him through the robot the hazardous device sent in. overall i'd describe our suspect today as cooperative. he followed the instructions we gave him. that helped defuse the situation rather quickly the suspect was arrested but the danger wasn't over. the device was still inside and the kenosha county hazardous device unit used a robot to bring it out. they detonated it. not once, not twice but three times to make sure it wasn't live. there was a device that appeared to be explosives . as far as having wires and everything like that whtt know at this point when the danger their cars and the mall was reopened. police say they have the suspect in custody and are right now investigating to determine how and why what should have been a quiet day at the bank, was anything but. kenosha police say there were no injuries and they are currently interviewing the suspect who is under arrest . live in kenosha myra sanchick fox6 news