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have the best opportunity to succeed. now controversy. a dispute involving a fence surrounding sherman park ends up in court. what it means for families wanting to celebrate labor day in the park. with less
than a week to the kick off of the regular season the packers making some cuts. ahead --- who's packing up and leaving green bay. good morning and welcome back to wakeup!
meteorologist rob haswell partly sunny today with a southerly breeze helping to make it a bit warmer and more humid. highs will make it into the low to mid 80s and dewpoints will climb into the upper 60s. overnight, we stay mild with lows in the low 70s with a few more clouds. we get to near 90 on tuesday with a chance for showers and thunderstorms during the day and a better
chance in the evening and overnight. more storms likely wednesday and into early thursday before we settle down again late week. an overnight police chase ends with a truck almost hitting a home. police say this started at 12- 15...when officers spotted a truck wanted in connection with a homicide. the driver took off... and ended up crashing into a car near 15th and
a homicide suspect - ran away from the crash...but officers found him hiding in a nearby yard...and he was arrested. a 23-year-old woman who was a passenger in the truck was also taken into custody. the man in the other car was taken to the hospital for his injuries. police are investigating. a man is recovering this morning after an overnight shooting. police say the he was shot in the knee near 95th and brown deer road after getting into a fight. police say he was taken back to his house on heather avenue...where emergency crews picked h and took him to the hospital. the victim is expected to survive. police are questioning three people to determine if one of them is the shooter. milwaukee police are also investigating a homicide. a 61-year-old man was shot and killed near hopkins and burleigh. it happened around 6:30 last night. police have not released any information about suspects or arrests. a milwaukee county judge steps in...after disagreements over sherman park the sheriff...wants the orange fence up... the county executive wants the
unrest three weeks ago deandra corinthios is live near the park with the latest after taking the fence down...putting it back up...and taking it down once more...a judge ruled normal hours will resume at sherman park. closing at 10 pm...instead of at 6 pm...like it had been since the unrest. the 6 am to 10 pm hours at sherman park are in place at least until wednesday. that is when there will be another court hearing. sunday...a special session of the milwaukee county circuit court was authorized to settle the fence issue. it started sunday morning ...when milwaukee county executve chris abele ordered the fence down. but sunday evening ...deputies --acting on the orders of sheriff david clarke...asked a group of about 40
that never happened...they were allowed to stay until 10. we learned the judge ruled to uphold a restraining order against the sheriff ...on the behalf of the county executives office. a representative of abele told the judge the orange fence has been doing more harm than good. the judge agreed. " and i think the temporary restraining order is necessary to preserve the status quo. i dont want any disturbances by people who think that this has gone on too long and they think they can start protesting. i think that in this case, the county executive has the reasonable probability of the judge added he grew up in the sherman park area and understands people's frustration ...not being able to use the park. he was not happy the sheriff didn't show up to court last night...saying he feels it was a quote "contemptuous act" the next hearing is set for wednesday at 2 pm reporting live in milwaukee dc fox6 news. as milwaukee heals from the
return the area to calm with prayers and outreach. pastor richard schwoegler has been working with "billy graham evangelistic ministries" and "adopt a neighborhood" to train churches on how to respond to situations before things get out of control.so far about 30 to 40 churches are taking part. there will be two training sessions this friday and saturday. churches from all areas and faiths are invited to attend. go to our website for details on how to sign up. people are dead after a building collapse in israel. and crews are searching for several missing people in the rubble. angelica joins us from the newsroom with more. this building collapse happened at a construction site in tel aviv. at least 17 people are injured...and four people remain missing. the israeli military dispatched search- and-rescue units to assist in the efforts. a fire official says the incident began with the collapse of a multi-level
site..which then caused a crane to fall down and destroy another part of the building as well. officials are still trying to determine what exactly caused the building to collapse. happening now --- wisconsin state patrol has extra help on the highways for labor day. right now-- theyre operating under a grant that helps cover overtime, as troopers look to crack down on impaired driving, speeding... and ensure seatbelt compliance. officials say labor day weekend typically averages five deaths statewid increase in deaths so far in 2016... but there is good news to report -- august was the 'least deadliest' month on state highways since world war two. trooper nicholas lorenzen, wisconsin state patrol nl 'we have the aircraft unit flying, we have a large contingent of our motorcycle unit from all regions of the state patrol.' the special enforcement period ends at midnight on monday. and just a reminder if you plan on driving anywhere today... construction on most major highways is suspended until six
taking place today at maier festival park from noon to 5 pm.... there will be live music, a car show and activities and entertainment for kids -- and admission is free! it all kicks off with a parade starting at zeidler square park at 11 -- and then ends at the summerfest grounds. organizers are also asking attendees to bring a new pair of socks to donate -- which will be given to milwaukee public schools and local shelters. sunday and green bay is getting ready for the season opener by making some major cuts. running back brandon burks has been waived. that's according to beat writer michael cohen. the rookie free agent from troy seemed to have locked up the 3rd running back spot after john crockett went on injured reserve. in his place, the packers claimed jhurell pressley, another running back, off waivers. like burks, the speedy pressley's an undrafted rookie from new mexico who had a big camp for the vikings
and after the packers released josh sitton on saturday...the bears wasted no time signing the three- time pro bowl guard. sitton was entering the final year of his contract with the packers. and the pack didn't want to give him a new one. this apparently after green bay couldn't trade him. the move does clear 6 point 3 million dollars off the team's salary cap... much needed with several key players due for new deals next year. beer for breakfast? ahead on wake up --- newest brew that ta sandwich. plus, one company wants to make the world's largest american flag. coming up just how much it weighs. and hermine - still posing a threat to the eastern seaboard. after the break -- the warning officials have for families living in the storms path. and carl is getting ready for fall --- he's live at apple
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you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. forecast from fox6 chief meteorologist rob haswell partly sunny today with a southerly breeze helping to make it a bit warmer and more humid. highs will make it into the low to mid 80s and dewpoints will climb into the upper 60s. overnight, we stay mild with lows in the low 70s with a few more clouds.
thunderstorms during the day and a better chance in the evening and overnight. more storms likely wednesday and into early thursday before we settle down again late week. this morning millions of americans continue to feel the effects of hermine. the storm has weakened, but officials want families on the eastern seaboard to remain on alert. reid binion has an update on the storms path. christie "right now, urge people to be careful, li guards."new jersey governor chris christie... ...warning of the lingering danger from what forecasters are now calling post-tropical cyclone hermine. christie "rip currents are going to get fairly aggressive, even before you see any other type of outward manifestations."millions of residents are expected to continue feeling the effects of hermine as it meanders up the eastern seaboard. by sunday night, officials said the storm was moving out to sea... ...east of ocean city, maryland, where officials cautioned residents not to be fooled by an apparent improvement in weather. melbourne "butch" arbin iii / captain, ocean city beach patrol
the sky looks great it's sunny, the wind goes away, the rain stops but the rip currents. so, it's always following events like this that are our biggest concern, because that's when people think it's safe to go back in, and that's when it's really most dangerous."around midnight, officials said the tropical storm warning for new york city had been canceled but was still active for areas including connecticut's coastline... ...a concern highlighted by the state's governor. gov. dannel malloy / d connecticut "there is a possibility that there could, i repeat, could be significant challenges, but not limited to: loss of power, flooding and transportation carolina saturday amid high winds from hermine... ...and a falling tree killed a man in florida last week as the storm approached... though officials have not determined if the storm was the cause. i'm reid binion fox six news. we may not be ready to wave goodbye to summer just yet. but there are some treats that come with the change in the weather. apple picking season is upon us. and carl joins us this morning from apple holler
overnight, we stay mild with lows in the low 70s with a few more clouds. we get to near 90 on tuesday with a chance for showers and thunderstorms during the day and a better chance in the evening and overnight. more storms likely wednesday ad down again late week. today: partly sunny, breezy, warm and humid. high: 84 dewpoint: 68 wind: s 10-20 mph tonight: partly cloudy. low: 72 dewpoint: 70 wind: sw 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny, breezy, hot and humid. slight chance for showers & storms. high: 90 dewpoint: 71 wind: sw 10-20 mph wednesday:mostly cloudy, hot and humid with rain and thunderstorms likely. am low: 73 high: 88 dewpoint: 72 wind: sw 5-15
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high: 76 dewpoint: 61 wind: nw 5-10 mph time to find out who's turning six.... we're wishing haylie in campellsport a happy sixth birthday! she likes artwork, being outside and playing w it's time for anthony in twin lakes to celebrate! he likes racing, four wheeling and drawing. look who's six in waukesha! graysen likes dancing, monster jam and helping out with his younger brothers. there's six candles on amelio's cake in milwaukee!he likes sports, video games and playing outside. sala'e sah-lah in milwaukee is turning the big six today!she
the project has been going on for hte past six months at north american manufacturing. when complete, it will be 40-and-a-half feet long by 90-and-a-half feet wide. the current record holder for biggest american flag flew over new york city last year. and north american manufacturing's owner saw it first hand ... joe shea/north american manufacturing "and since we make flags here at north american, i looked at that and said, hey, we could make a flag that big!' so, thats what we did." wor and final stripe to the flag. they hope to have it flying next to the north scranton expressway later this year. but it will take two cranes to lift the flag up, as it weighs 400 pounds. meantime, you're looking at a world record in the making. nathan's famous says it made the longest line of hot dogs ever created on friday. the line ended up stretching more than 950-feet in new york's grand central terminal.
set in japan two years ago. it took more than 19-hundred hot dogs to set the new record. but after it became official, these hot dogs were available to nathan's fans for lunch. new jersey's favorite breakfast meat is now a beer flavor. flying fish brewing has released pork roll porter beer. the brewery says the dark brown caramel porter is made with pork roll and spices in the brew kettle. the beer's aroma featurs the pork roll porter was released as part of the brewery's 20th anniversary celebration. we are just weeks away from the first presidential debate. ahead on wake up -- how the candidates are getting ready for the big event. plus, mother teresa joins the ranks of other catholic saints. coming up ---who the vatican bussed in for the special
candidates preparing? i'm doug luzader in washington. we'll have more on that, coming up." thanks for staying with wakeup.. time now x:xx.. kim, nicole and angelica adlib toss to wx partly sunny today with a southerly breeze helping to make it a bit warmer and more humid. highs will make it into the low to mid 80s and dewpoints will climb into the upper 60s. overnight, we stay mild with lows in th we get to near 90 on tuesday with a chance for showers and thunderstorms during the day and a better chance in the evening and overnight. more storms likely wednesday and into early thursday before we settle down
a special session of the milwaukee county circuit court takes place...to settle a dispute over the hours of sherman park the judge ruled the park will resume normal hours...for now. deandra corinthios is live near sherman park with more. there was a hearing last night. and another hearing is set for wednesday disagreement between the milwaukee county sheriff...and county executive...revolved around the orange fence that had been up around sherman park since the unrest. county executive chris abele felt the fence was doing more harm than good...creating a barrier and preventing the neighborhood from healing. he ordered the fence be taken down sunday morning. but the sheriff ordered it back up later in the day. eventually a milwaukee county judge stepped in..and sided with abele. judge david hanscher grew up in the sherman park area and said
is to people in the neighborhood. he ruled the fence was doing irreparable harm..and issued a temporary restraining order against the sheriff. he said the fence should be taken down immediately to preserve the status quo...and avoid further conflict..or protests. and the judge was upset the sheriff didn't show up for the ruling...saying it was a contemptuous act. " as of now there has been no good reason given by the sheriff for closing the park except by doing it by fiat and he isnt the law in milwaukee county. the law is what the court decides" gathered in the park last night past 6 pm were asked to leave by sheriff's deputies... later they were told the sheriff had changed his mind...and that they could stay until 10. the next hearing is wednesday at 2 pm reporting live in milwaukee dc fox6
it's been a deadly weekend in milwaukee after many suspected drug overdoses. the medical examiner's office says they are now investigating 12 deaths in milwaukee, all likely caused by drug overdose. and they all happened in within a 72 hour period. we are learning more details about two serious crashes in milwaukee. the first happened just before 11 o'clock near 31st and wisconsin a driver crashed into a pole. two men were ejected from the of them died on scene-- the other two suffered "very serious" injuries. then a little after midnight sunday-- police were called out to 13th and fond du lac. police say a motorcycle crashed into a median. both the driver and the passenger were thrown from the bike. they were also seriously hurt. a positive program is happening after the tragic death of two nuns in mississippi. and a historic day for the catholic church --- as pope francis formally declares mother teresa a saint.
just 19 years after her death...mother teresa joined the ranks of other catholic saints. it's a process normally takes decades or even centuries. tens of thousands of pilgrims gathered in st. peter's square to witness the canonization of mother teresa yesterday. 15-hundred homeless people across italy were bussed into the vatican and given seats of honor at the mass...and served a pizza by nuns. mother teresa devoted her life to helping india's poor. parishoners here in milwaukee say they are inspired by her commitment the two nuns murdered in mississippi are being honored with a scholarship. mississippi university for women says it is creating the sister margaret held and sister paula merrill graduate nursing scholarship. it will be given to a student who works in an underserved area. both nuns were working as nurse practitioners in rural missisippi when they were stabbed to death inside their home last month. sister held is from southeast wisconsin, and was laid to rest in milwaukee last friday.
before the first presidential debate. it's likely to be a ratings blockbuster. fox's doug luzader, has a look at how the candidates are getting ready for the big event. it's not exactly kennedy nixon... but it's hard to imagine two more polar opposites squaring off in a debate than hillary clinton and donald trump. clinton has spent just about her entire adult life in politics... and her debate preps reflect that -- a big staff flooding her with possible attacks and strategy, and debates with a stand-in for trump. plus -- the campaign has enlisted the ghostwriter behind trump's book the art of the deal to figure out what buttons to push to provoke trump. trump appears to be taking a much different approach. conway says: "i can assure you that every day he is talking about policy, reading, discussing policy with other experts. we think one piece of his debate prep is going out and delivering these speeches." but forget typical political strategies like mock debates. trump reportedly wants no part
inauthentic.... but that comes with risks. obama says: "it's a drag, they're making me do my homework." back in 2012, president obama openly complained about having to do debate prep. and even cut his practice short to visit the hoover dam before his first event with mitt romney. what happened? it was widely believed that obama got his clock cleaned before regrouping for the second debate. and trump simply can't count on doing what worked so well for him during his primary debates. pundits are still trying to game this out. trippi says: "it's a let four other candidates... and go in for the kill like he did over and over again." and then there is the johnson factor. libertarian gary johnson is polling well for a third party candidate -- but he is still short of the fifteen percent threshold the commission on presidential debates requires in five specific polls to be included on stage -- still, he is hopeful. johnson says: "we're at 10
percent consensus over the last six or seven weeks. so we're optimistic that we're going to actually get into the debates." on-cam but he's not there yet, and he's running out of time. the commission on presidential debates will make its determination as to who makes it on to the stage for that first debate, some time in the next couple of weeks. in washington, doug luzader, fox news. still to come on wake up --- a look at a viral picture that has one football team asking groundskeepers -- what were you thinking?.. make cuts --- as they get ready for the season. coming up who was sent packing. and it's all about apples this morning... carl is live at apple hollar.
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upper 60s. overnight, we stay mild with lows in the low 70s with a few more clouds. we get to near 90 on tuesday with a chance for showers and thunderstorms during the day and a better chance in the evening and overnight. more storms likely wednesday and into early thursday before we settle down again late week. today: partly sunny, breezy, warm and humid. high: 84 dewpoint: 68 wind: s 10-20 mph tonight: partly cloudy. low: 72 dewpoint: 70 wind: sw 5-10 mph with apple picking season about to ramp up, you better get your ovens heating as well. apple picking equals apple pie. that's what carl is trying out
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high: 76 dewpoint: 61 wind: nw 5-10 mph one day after packers gm ted thompson shocked packernation by releasing josh sitton--the 3 with the rival bears..for 3 years, 21 point 75 million dollars. sitton who said he was caught off guard by being cut..might be saying tonight..put that in your pipe and smoke it, ted. it's much less significant news, but one day after surviving the cuts, brandon burks according to beat writer michael cohen, was sent packing. the rookie free agent seemed to have locked up the 3rd running back spot after john crockett
the packers claimed jhurell pressley, another running back, off waivers. the speedy pressley's an undrafted rookie from new mexico who had a big camp for the vikings. josh sitton's release was the stunning news off lambeau field. the badgers 16-14 upset of 5th ranked lsu ranks right up there "on" it. senior quarterback bart houston-named after bart starr-made his first career start. "i thought that he competed. thought he made some plays. obviously he's, a couple of plays that thought that he kept his poise in it and did some good things." a sweeping development in the steel city, where payback was sweet! after pittsburgh came to miller park and took all 4 games a week ago, the brew crew returned the favor..pilfering 3 from the pirates. milwaukee led 1-0 in the 3rd
at 1st base that allowed orlando are' cia to score. hernan pair' ez was interfered with. but the umps ruled that are' cia had to go back to 3rd. manager craig counsell didn't interference call. he was ejected. the early shower seemed to put a power surge into the visitors. with 2 out, jonathan villar was sent in to pinch hit coach pat murphy. he made the acting skipper look good by smacking his first career grand slam! 5-0. the brewers weren't done. more 2 out trouble in the 9th..chis carter cracks a 3 run homer; his 32nd. 6 hits in 2 games-including 2 out of the yard. domingo sanatna followed with his 2nd blast of the afternoon-his first multi-home run game. it's a 10-0 nothing three game sweep. 2 shutouts in the series! during their season opener against fresno state saturday, nebraska honored its later punter sam
against fresno state saturday, nebraska honored its later punter sam foltz, who was killed in a car crash in wisconsin in july. on 4th down and 4 early in the game, the cornhuskers came out with 10 men, in punt formation, without a punter. players on both asides clapped and cheered to remember foltz' legacy and former michigan state punter mike sadler, who was also killed in the crash. take a look at this.... it's a football sideline that is, out of line. this is the "pickens" high school football field in south carolina an assistant coach for the visitors took a photo, and posted it on twitter, asking if it was a joke ---- and the pic went viral. school leaders
"straighten" the crooked sideline, before the next home game. it's an online bargain you don't want to miss. how one start up is putting it's own spin on the dollar store and taking it online. london is marking the anniversary of the "great fire" that destroyed the city 350 years ago. how neighbors put together this year's "london's burning" festival. a flick at a colorado film festival already has critics talking oscars...
just chill, all right?" the horror thriller "don't breathe" remains at the top spot at the box office for the second weekend. the movie is expected to bring in close to 16-million dollars this labor day weekend. "suicide squad" and "pete's dragon" round out the top three films in theaters. a colorado film festival is
"well, your brother provided for your nephew's upkeep. i think the idea was that you'd relocate." casey affleck and "manchester by the sea" are drawing rave reviews at the tell-you-ride film festival in colorado. the fest has become something of a launching pad for oscar contenders -- and winners. other actors and films creating buzz at the festival include miles teller in the boxing drama "bleed for this" and tom hanks as a heroic pilot in "sully." of stars, are you shining just for me?" ryan gosling learned to play jazz piano for the musical "la la land," which is receiving tremendous praise at tell-you-ride. including from one of gosling's potential rivals for best actor. tom hanks interrupted his own "sully" press conference at the festival to heap praise on "la la land," calling it "brand new" and "wonderful." an annual tradition at the new
missing this year. a sand sculpture of the justin bieber's face was destroyed at the sand sculpture exhibit over the weekend. the beebs' face was among other well- known musicians and performers who've played at the fairgrounds, police suspect the culprit was intoxicated and fell onto it... but at least one festival-goer says he saw a man circling the sculpture first before he threw himself into the head of bieber and then immediately took off. wakeup news. stay with us -
we upped the ante at culver's to create the new crispy southwest chicken sandwich. all-natural, whole white meat chicken breast. topped with spicy pepper jack cheese and jalape?o ranch. on a lightly buttered, toasted ciabatta roll. o be creamy and mild, and it's really going to tone down the spiciness of the peppers. you're going to taste the cheese first, and then you're going to get just a little bit of warmth from the peppers. it's really good. a bold new flavor and only here for a limited time. mmmhmm.