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story -- hit and killed while holding her mother's hand. a 5-year-old milwaukee girl is struck in the street - the driver - still on the run. fox's 6 brittany shannon spoke with family members who are in disbelief. family members have been gathering here all day...mourning the loss of five year a growing memorial here on leon terrace, near the place she was struck and killed. while her family mourns, they also want answers... from the pink bows in her hair to the laces on her shoes, family members say five-year-old rikyia langham was a vibrant little girl... "she was the life of the family" a life ended much too soon. "i got a call at church that there was a tragic accident and
the northwest side, where pastor ashford's cousin, little rikyia, was killed sunday morning. she was walking to the car with her mother, holding her hand, when she was hit by a passing car. they were going to church. "this little darling was excited this morning about going to church she was excited about going to church and she was holding her mother's hand as they crossed the street to get in the car" her...didn't stop. that's what makes this difficult time...harder to bear. family members are asking for the driver to come forward. "we just want to make a plea to anyone who may know any information in regards to this. that you would please just make a phone call. just turn yourself in or make a phone call if you have any information" still no word from police about the hit and run driver. the medical examiner's office
tomorrow. on the northwest side of milwaukee, brittany shannon, fox 6 news. ted thank brit you decide coverage now - just two days before the election, and the f-b-i is out with another shocker. today, the investigation into hillary clinton's private email server is once again over. this set off a wave of responses. political reporter theo keith now, on the day's developments. hey guys, wow, you guys are great! on sunday, tim kaine makes three stops in wisconsin. hillary clinton's running mate says he's excited by a record number of early voters in wisconsin but not taking anything for granted. the stakes are too high, and polls can
of surprises the latest came sunday. f-b-i director james comey confirmed that the investigation of clinton's emails was again over. in this letter to congress, he said "we have not changed our conclusions that we expressed in july."nine days ago, comey shook up the race by saying agents had found new emails while investigating the sexting scandal of former congressman anthony weiner, whose estranged wife is top clinton aide huma abedin. in green bay, kaine reacted: it sounds like the fbi directors conclusion is as we thought it would be in michigan, donald trump questioned whether the fbi did a real investigation of the new emails. you cant review 650,000 new emails in eight days. you cant do it folks earlier sunday, trump rallied in minnesota -- after scrapping plans for an event around the same time in west allis. trump mocked critics who questioned why he'd go to a state like minnesota where the latest poll showed him trailing
going to look real bad to those pundits that i do not respect very much. house speaker paul ryan reacting to the fbi's decision. he says, the american people can ensure secretary clinton never gets her hands on classified information again... he urges a vote for trump. despite their strained relationship, ryan told me yesterday that he wants the party to unify around trump and planned to campaign with him in west allis before today's rally got canceled. wisconsins senate seat - which looks to be one of the tightest in the dairy state. incumbent republican ron johnson and democrat russ feingold are in a virtual dead heat. both candidates are spending the final days before the election crisscrossing the state. fox6s bret lemoine has the update. with the finish line in sight... rf 'were going to have one of the best wins ever on november 8th!' democrat russ feingold rallies supporters in milwaukee sunday
tk 'we feel really excited about his race.' hillary clintons running mate, senator tim kaine... hopes feingold will return to the u-s senate. its a position feingold held for 18 years. rf 'were going to raise the minimum wage, were going to get paid family leave...' feingold was defeated by republican ron johnson in 20-10. that race was anything but close... 52-percent of the vote went to johnson.... 47-percent to feingold. rj 'i think people really do recognize him as a 34 year career politician that has hardly has anything good saturday... johnson reflects on an even tighter battle: rj 'i think truth will prevail.' the latest marquette university law school poll shows feingold holding a one point lead, perhaps lifted by strong numbers for the top of the ticket. clinton leads republican donald trump by six points. its a stat thats not discouraging johnson: rj 'im my own person - im responsible for my own words, my own actions and my own campaign. im pretty proud of it.' johnson is receiving support from the likes of house speaker paul ryan... and a host of other
winds down. pr 'to protect our first amendment, to protect our second amendment - we need to send ron johnson back to the united states senate.' the candidates campaigning is far from over: johnson will wrap up his bus tour of the state tomorrow at an event in waukesha. and feingold will be in racine to greet supporters monday. and remember -- fox6 is the station to watch on election night. we will bring you expert analysis-- results-- and the night on november 8th -- on air and online! after a record high on sunday we will see clear skies tonight. patchy fog will develop overnight. temperatures will fall through the 50s and into the 40s by sunrise. mostly sunny and warm to start out
monday night with a chance for a few showers overnight monday night. morning rain showers likely on election day tuesday with a much cooler high in the middle 50s. tonight: clear skies. patchy fog developing. low: 46 wind: sw 5 mph monday: mostly sunny and warm. record: 71. chance showers late at night. high: 70 wind: sw 5-10 mph tuesday: morning showers, otherwise mostly cloudy and cool. am low: 53 high: 55 wind: nw 5-15 mph wednesday:mostly sunny. am low: 40 high: 58 wind: nw 5-10 mph lackluster at lambeau!! it was was the "way" the packers lost to the colts that has fans fuming. the home team didn't decide to play until it was too late. tom pipines kicks off our team coverage. as disappointing a packers loss-at home-as i've seen in awhile. the colts came in desperate for a win. they played with more
bay bunch that had a chance to tie the vikings for the division lead! the pack's special teams forgot to show up in time for the game. mike mccarthy's decision to defer until the 2nd half backfired when jordan todman returned the opening kickoff 99 yards for a touchdown. the colts went ahead 14-3 aaron rodgers tossed the ball up and said.."jordy, make a play". nelson sure did! 26 yards. 14-10! but, the packers "d" -other than ha ha interceptions- didn't do the job. giving up a 96 yard touchdown drive. andrew luck to dante moncrief.. 24- 10 colts at half. it was 31-13 in the 4th quarter before the host decided to play with urgency. rodgers 3 yards to davante adams; 31- 19; the try for 2 failed. aaron it out for randall cobb who was back in there.. 31-26. however, he defense couldn't get off the field and that was the final. the packers fall to 4 and 4 with
blitz. "on the strength of beating the bears then coming close against the falcons, the packers were feeling very good about themselves arriving for sunday's game against the colts. looking right past indy, at least it looked that way." "no, we can't overlook anybody. everybody will give the packers their best shot. everybody gonna come out and play good against us. no matter what they did weeks before. we gotta look for everybody's best game coming forward and we gotta be at our best." "i mean i know in the first half we just--we didn't bring enough juice. we just got out played. and that's unacceptable. we gotta look inside on that and figure out a way to step it up, especially in the first half of these home games. we can't do that." "we just have to win games, like i said. 'i'm not going to say i'm surprised or not surprised or whatever. we just need to win games." "myself included, we gotta find a way to get guys dialed in. for whatever reason, i know we're playing young players but i've said it the last couple weeks. no excuses. we're paid to play
regular season but with a long way to go before finishing it all off. the packer in a division where nobody is pulling away at lambeu field, tim van vooren, fox six sports." tim and brandon join me for the sports blitz from green bay. i promise you that more fired up than the packers were against the colts. there are lies some guys tells that don't really matter--who cares if they embellish their glory years of grade school sports? but there are lies that matter very, very much. this man lied about something sacred: he says he served our country in war. the fox 6 investigators discovered he did no such thing. the dishonor of stolen valor coming up..... here's the good news: this is
your football will get interrupted by political calls. here's the bad news: you're getting two more days of it--the final push for your vote. and those seeking refuge from politics in church didn't find
it either--the head of the n-a-a-c-p visiting a couple milwaukee parishes today. his message for voters....
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. senate majority pac is responsible
nearly 4-million disability connected to their service in the military. 46-year-old john hemphill is not one of them. but fox 6 investigator
bryan polcyn finds the west allis man has been posing as a disabled u-s marine for years. he's known to many as lieutenant john hemphill. at least, that's what it says on his bank statement, his electric bill, and his cell phone bill. his facebook page says he's a sergeant. in reality, he's not even a
the towel on his shoulder is john hemphill. "you a marine?" "yes, sir."he's a 22-year veteran of the united states marine corps... who lost his leg in afghanistan. "then he said all of a sudden there was a bomb."at least, that's what he told sheila when they met a few years ago. "his leg, you know, blew off."his prosthetic leg has a marine t-shirt laminated onto it. his left words "marine corps." his cars have veterans plates. his mail is often addressed to lieutenant john hemphill. and around his neck, you'll almost always find a pair of dog tags. "it really seemed convincing. yes it did."so convincing that when sheila and john hemphill married in 2013... she got his dog tags tattooed on her right arm. "it says mrs. lieutenant jonathan hemphill." "he sold us a sad story."sheila's daughter bought
was helping a little kid and so happeningly they walked across a bomb and thats what happened to his leg."they say they believed hemphill was a genuine wounded warrior... until a member of his own family came forward. "she was like, 'i gotta tell you something.' she started crying. she's like, 'john was never, ever in the military.'" "i mean, it's fraud."the hemphills are now getting divorced. "the whole marriage was based on a fraud to me." "we see that over and over and over."mary schantag is one of the founders of t project. a team of volunteers that have exposed military imposters across the country, claiming awards and commendations from purple hearts to the medal of honor. "it's an epidemic. it's an absolute epidemic!'after we told her about hemphill, schantag requested detailed records of his military service... but the marine corps' manpower division could not find him anywhere in their records. 'i dont know how he lost his leg, but i can guarantee it wasnt in the bombing in afghanistan and it certainly wasnt in an ambush in
that wounded her husband. "i was married to a marine. it ticks me off when there's a phony marine. because i know what he went through. i know how he suffered." "it is reprehensible."david wisconsin american legion. "not only does it demean veterans and demean those who have served the country honorably, but it is an insult to those members of the general public that want to genuinely support veterans." "it's disgusting, honestly."it's especially offensive to campbellsport, wisconsin, native josh wege. a real u-s marine who lived what john hemphill only pretends to. 'we hit a 200 pound bomb, ripped both my legs off.'
legs in afghanistan. seven years later, he plays for the wounded warriors softball team. "there's a lot of guys paying a heavy price, a lot of families that are still suffering because of that, and for someone to come out there and pretend to, impersonate somebody who has fallen, it's disgusting to me." "people have died for this country, they have served. he hasn't done anything."hemphill but he is a convicted felon who robbed a pizza delivery man in 1990... put his fists through the front window of a car during an argument in 1994... and stole 8-thousand dollars worth of jewelry in 2012. "he's a disgrace." "lieutenant john, how are you?" "who?" "lt. john." "no." "yeah, you're john hemphill,
what happened when i found hemphill in the car outside his west allis home. "lt. john. it's right there on your dog tags." "no it's not. no it's not."he pauses, then covers up the dog tags before my next question. "why would you be telling people that youre a disabled, retired marine who lost his leg in afghanistan?"maybe he does it for the accolades. "people come up, shake his hand, 'thank you for your services.'"or maybe it's a way to meet women. "every lady that we've talked to since their separation, he told them the same story, 'oh, i served 22 years' and 'you wanna wear my dog tags?'" or maybe it's for personal gain... like the 15-percent discount on his us cellular bill. on a cell phone, you have to have a military id!"turns out, hemphill got a military id when he joined the american legion. "did he have, like, a legion card?" "yes, yes. it's like a little card, his name on there, lt. john hemphill." "they can sign a document they know is not true. there is no stopping that." "they said all they saw was his leg. so they assumed he was a
'well sometimes, it's personal.'" "that speaks to the need to enforce the law. you know, it is a crime."last year, the state of wisconsin passed a new law that makes it a class a misdemeanor to falsely claim military service for any kind of tangible benefit. "i believe he deserves jail." "people have served their country. i think john should serve some time." mary schantag says it's time for either state or federal authorities to make an example out of those living with stolen valor. "there's nothing book than a phony marine or a phony pow. they can all go to hell!" david kurtz of the wisconsin american legion says when a new member joins, the local post is supposed to verify the member's military service by requesting a document known as a dd-214. in john hemphill's case, that didn't happen. since we made the legion aware of his case, jfk post 479 has sent hemphill a certified letter requesting his dd- 214. the legion says he has yet to respond.
disability or medical services at the v-a? there's no evidence he's getting any military benefits... and the milwaukee v-a says they have no record of him getting treatment. but under the new stolen valor law in wisconsin, it's a crime to fake your military service for any kind of tangible benefit, even a mere discount on a cell phone bill. now, whether or not a district attorney would prosecute over that remains to be seen. the law was just enacted last year, and those who pushed for it tell me it has yet to be used to chare another gruesome discovery - authorities find another body buried at the property where a woman was found chained in a metal
plus - committed to making the calls.. volunteers - reaching out to voters.. the last minute push to get you to the polls.. 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! you know, you could see there was blood 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."
what greases 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. and he fits right in. end citizens united is responsible
showers overnight monday night. morning rain showers likely on election day tuesday with a much cooler high in the middle 50s. tonight: clear skies. patchy fog developing. low: 46 wind: sw 5 mph monday: mostly sunny and warm. record: 71. chance showers late at night. high: 70 wind: sw 5-10 mph tuesday: morning showers, otherwise mostly cloudy and cool. am low: 53 high: 55 wind: nw 5-15 mph wednesday:mostly sunny. am low: 40 high: 58 wind: nw 5-10 mph means your last chance to head to the polls is on tuesday. coming up-- we'll take a look at the volunteers on both sides-- making sure you get out to vote. both sides-- making sure you get out to vote. this is an individual who mocked a disabled reporter... i don't know what
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year's election. and republicans are working the ground-game in the final two days. our jonathon gregg spent the afternoon with volunteers as the worked the phones on behalf of donald trump and ron johnson. you could say the presidential race "if you were to vote right now." is "too close to call--" "is leslie per chance." because none of the votes have "well thank you so much as i said i am a volunteer with the republican party." but two days until they are-- "hi, is this linda?" "calling" is exactly what campaign volunteers are doing. "in fact i talked to somebody who was tailgating. he answered
you, bye bye." "don't forget to vote november 8th if you haven't already." north shore republicans "good, and how about the president?" like any party volunteers, probably never bank on a win unless they know the ground game is good. "i'm glad it's an easy choice." and patty reiman, the long time campaign volunteer says their gop ground game is good. "we are going to make sure we get our voters out to vote. we have a great ground game here in wisconsin." "my name is tracy and a few quick questions about the upcoming election!" of course, the end is approaching fast, "we're going to be knocking on the doors, making the phone calls and talking to neighbors." and in two days we will find out. "i'm calling about the election, i have two quick questions for you!" in bayside jon news. e north shore republicans have dtens of thousands of calls the past few months and on saturday alone knocked on more an two-thousand doors --campaigy clinton and tim kaine supporters gathered at the democratic party headquarters of milwaukee. they bought buttons and signs with their candidates names on them. each one here to canvas the neighborhoods looking to gather votes on tuesday. "out voter turnout in the us is really really low and that's really sad and so we really need everyone to get out and vote and our
before they knocked on doors the volunteers were energized by the democratic vice president nominee tim kaine who spoke briefly to a crowd of about 50. after the rally the volunteers got their assignments for the day. for everything you need to know before you head to the polls -- including the latest from the campaigns -- head to our website, fox six now dot com, or your fox six news mobile app and click on "links." the college basketball season is about to tip-off and one marquette player feels right at home, even though he's a long way from home. tim van vooren goes beyond the game. in recent seasons, trent lockett and matt carlino have played big roles at marquette as graduate transfers.... the experience they brought to the program was evident... now, former unlv and usc guard katin reinhardt gets his chance... 144353 "i think the biggest thing coming in here was, i am only here for a year." 144357 144412 "so coming in here in the summer, the one thing i wanted to do was just learn everyone's game, study everybody's game... kind of observe while i'm practicing.... and then just
to win. " 144421 he's clearly not here to just stay in his comfort zone.... reinhardt is from dana point, california and has played in college in las vegas and los angeles... welcome to wisconsin..... 144443 "it's way different... i can't really tell right now because it's still a little warm, but in a few weeks, i a lot colder." 144454 speaking of cold, or at least cool, reinhardt's brother brighton can currently be seen in a sprite commercial featuring some guy named lebron james.... 144536 "just happy for him to be able to be on a big stage like that... he's with lebron... he called me the other day, he's met him, he's like, i met lebron, i met lebron.... it was awesome seeing him, i could tell everybody, hey there's my brother." 144548 144552 "he's the one that's got long hair, sunglasses and he's drinking a sprite right
all do their own things... 144630 "i think it's neat... i think everyone has their own little niche... and i'm just happy for them and wish success for them as well as they do for me." 144637 coach steve wojciechowki's wish is that reinhardt becomes the latest fifth year transfer to supplement the m.u. program... at marquette, tim van vooren, fox six sports... the golden eagles get their season started on friday night november 11 against vanderbilt in the veterans classic.... that game will be played at the naval academy in annapolis, maryland... tonight - looking for guidance... from the church.. sunday sermons in milwaukee turning towards the elections.. the message - and why the n-double -a-c-p was involved..
gunn.. but us marshals say he more of a fighter than a lover. help catch tonight's most wanted. we set a record high on sunday and could come close again tomorrow. i'll show you how long this warm weather will stick around coming up. 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, which would hand billions to wall street, and wants to eliminate the federal minimum wage.
what greases 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
n: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: 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 them." vo: just one. set shot bump back w/ tc marvel making magic happen at the box office this weekend with "doctor strange." plus-- actress jessica chastain leaves her mark on hollywood. details in the buzz. the hulk hogan settlement has left some at gawker bitter. as far as they knew--- gawker media founder nick denton was preparing for
trial after gawker published excerpts from hogan's sex tape in 20-12. some employees say the settlement represents a surrender yet others are relieved the years-long legal battle is ending. actress jessica chastain cementing her place in tinseltown at the t- c-l chinese theater. the two time oscar nominee putting her hand and foot prints in cement at the iconic establishment-- one of hollywood's highest honors chastain is known for her work huntsman" and her role in last year's "the martian." marvel casting a spell at the box office this weekend. "doctor strange " is the 14-th straight number one debut for the marvel cinematic universe. the animated film "trolls" did much better than expected-- debuting in second place. and to round out the top three this week was mel gibson's war film "hacksaw ridge." and that's the buzz. a record-breaking day - will the warm weather stick around? weather expert tom wachs is
clip 6465 tonight at ten - she had a vacation booked for months - but then
she found out she was pregnant - and her vacation was in a place where the zika virus had been reported. she consulted her doctor he said it's totally up to you and your family but i recommend you not doing it. but trying to get money back from the airline seemed impossible.
four different times. so she reached out to contact 6. what they found could help you avoid the travel troubles she faced, tonight at ten. it's the last night for the popular china lights festival at the boerner botanical gardens. it celebrates asian culture and features 40 larger-than-life lantern displays. the display was supposed to end last month - but because it was so popular - organizers exte this weekend. "the oohs and the ahhs and seeing the kids, young and old, i mean they've just loved this show and they come out of the show saying 'thank you, thank you for bringing it to milwaukee' and how wonderful they thought the show was. china lights normally opened at 5pm - because of daylight saving time - the display opened earlier. we are told china lights will return
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showers overnight monday night. morning rain showers likely on election day tuesday with a much tonight: clear skies. patchy fog developing. low: 46 wind: sw 5 mph monday: mostly sunny and warm. record: 71. chance showers late at night. high: 70 wind: sw 5-10 mph tuesday: morning showers, otherwise mostly cloudy and cool.
weekend shattered records. more than 5-thousand peopled voted in milwaukee yesterday alone. this weekend's numbers blow out previous records by around 20 thousand. early voting is officially over - so now you'll need to vote on tuesday. and remember - you can register the day-of the election and you must
hand today as the president of the naacp visited two houses of worship. fox 6s derica williams has the message the organization wants to spread. these are no ordinary times in an extraordinary way, naacp national president and ceo cornell william brooks delivered a moving sermon at st. marks ame church . these are moments where are souls are being challenged referencing the book of esther- finding words of, instruction, enlightenment and power, brooks connected it with real time issues and actions needed for this election. so for this effort there's no democrat or republican, there is right and wrong ... volunteers with the organization has been going all over the country helping raise awareness and encourage civic engagement. within 2 days
vote for the candidate of their choice and hopefully moral compass will lead them to the right decision the congregation was encouraged to reach to loved ones and friends to share the message that their a selections regarding the different races have an impact on the country and community. at this pivotal moment in american history where when weve seen voter suppression where we've seen voter id laws. wisconsin is key its important for people to turn out to votehe we are concerned about are on the ballot in milwaukee dw f6n. the naacp is also reminding you - if you see any irregularities in terms of voting on tuesday make sure to report it. meantime - election day will be a paid holiday for
u-s this year. general motors, ford motor company and patagonia are just some of the companies that make election day a paid holiday. ford sent an email to workers telling them: "every. vote. counts." outdoor clothing company patagonia is closing all its retail stores, its headquarters in california and distribution center in nevada. there is no federal law requiring workers get time off to vote and state laws vary. and remember -- fox6 is the station to watch on election night. we will bring you expert anali reaction throughout the night on november 8th -- on air and online! trouble on the freeway today. this was the scene around noon today in wauwatosa. the two right lanes of i-41/45 southbound were closed at swan boulevard after a crash involving a semi and a pickup truck. no word on what caused the crash. this tweet from the wauwatosa fire department says amazingly-- no injuries. and looking ahead - the water
river will close tomorrow. crews are installing an upgrade to the bridges center lock system. the bridge should reopen mid- december. milwaukee police investigating a possible shooting near 60th and silver spring. police say a 42-year-old man was taken to the hospital for what seemed to be a gunshot wound-- but its unclear if he was really shot. we're told it happened at a liquor store-- after a fight broke out. authorities find another body buried at the rural south carolina property where a wom chained in a metal container. police say todd kohlepp kept kala brown chained to a metal storage container on his farm. brown was found early thursday morning -- still alive. friday - officials found a dead body on the property -- and confirm it was brown's missing boyfriend, charles carver. we had prayer with the family, you know we told the family and they are obviously heartbroken, you know
is horrible. investigators say kohlhepp also confessed to a 2003 quadruple murder. he showed them what he says are the gravesites of more victims-- and a body was found. the search of the 95-acre property will continue tomorrow. a west valley, utah police officer was killed in the line of duty early this morning-- a spokeswoman says 25-year-old officer cody brotherson was fatally struck as spikes in the road. the three year veteran of the force was trying to apprehend three people suspected of having stolen a car... when the suspect vehicle hit him. police say the three suspects are now in custody. his name suggests he's more of a lover than a fighter...but his crimes suggest something different. instead, u.s. marshals are seeking a man named "romance gunn" for shooting someone over a couple bucks. fox6's jonathon gregg has this
"assault, battery, weapon violations, robbery." you should know. "entries dating back until he was thirteen years old." u.s. marshals are looking for him too. "gentlemen by the name of romance x gunn." that's right, 22-year-old romance x. gunn. and you he's wanted for. but first, here's the set-up. "it was a bright sunny, july day on july 17th of this year." and a couple guys were placing dice in sherman park. "the victim in this circumstance was apparently having good luck. won a total of 10 dollars for his efforts." and apparently, that was a little too rich for romance. and he pulled out a gun. "a semi-automaticpistol. took the money from the individual
leg.' the victim would survive and mr. gunn would take off before police arrive. "you know individuals like mr. gunn is certainly not being a benefit to our society." agents say mr. gunn is a well-known name around the sherman park neighborhood. "i think more than anything the community especially wants peace and tranquility in the sherman park area" but when guys who have an unhealthy relationship with guns are roaming free, it's hard to feel at ease, even in city par the unrest and the uneasiness of the good citizens of milwaukee that live in that area." jonathon gregg fox6 news. romance x. gunn is 5'9" and weighs 135 pounds. he has dark hair and brown eyes. gunn is wanted for robbing and shooting a man earlier this year. he has several distinct tattoos including a clown face on his left arm. as well as "money man" across his chest. if you have any information on his whereabouts call marshals at
now at 10-- a brutal loss 99 yards and a kick return touch down! after that rough start together. what they're saying about the loss. plus-- the final 48 hours are upon us. we'll check in on the candidates as they head into the home stretch. and-- unspeakable tragedy. a little girl killed on her way to church. that is our big story tonight: hit while holding her mother's hand. a driver struck 5-year-old rikyia rick-eye-uh langham this morning on the city's northwest side. and witnesses say - he didn't stop. fox 6's brittany shannon
us now live from the nearby police district. this little memorial honors five year old rikyia langham. she was hit by a car and killed here near leon terrace and constance early this morning. her family now wants the driver to come clean... a vibrant little girl called the 'life of hera this was her baby girl and she's hurting 04" rikyia langham was walking to the car with her mother sunday morning, holding her hand, when a car sped down her street. the little girl was hit and killed just steps from her mom. "16:18 they were on their way to worship the lord. this young mother has turned her life around and walking with the lord and she was on her way to worship the lord 31" family members tell us the