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we look caged in. a return to normalcy... as the orange fence that surrounded sherman park... is torn down. but will it be gone for good? the latest details... now at 6:00. plus: " our heart and home have always been in laos and the spirit of reconciliation is what brings me here today." and breaking overnight - president obama... announcing millions of dollars in aid to laos... to threatening remnants of "the secret war." good morning and welcome to wakeup!
southwest ahead of an approaching low, means we warm into the low 90s today with dewpoints in the low 70s making it very humid! there is a slight chance for thunderstorms this afternoon but a better chance overnight into wednesday morning. wednesday remains hot and humid with highs in the upper 80s and dewpoints still in the 70s. the risk of storms continues through wednesday and into thursday. a cold front clears us by thursday with temperatures dropping to the low 80s and then into the 70s by the weekend. today: partly sunny, windy, hot and humid. slight chance thunderstorms. high: 92 dewpoint: 73 wind: sw 10-20 mph tonight: chance of thunderstorms. low: 74 dewpoint: 74 wind: sw 5-10 mph traffic check ed = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays new this morning - racine police are investigating... after a man was shot multiple times near 12th and villa. it happened just before two this morning. the man was taken to froedtert with life threatening injuries. police are still searching for the
new from overnight - a man is recovering... after being shot in the leg near 87th and carmen. we're told he showed up at a hospital for treatment. he is expected to be ok. police are still investigating what led up to the shooting. jury selection begins this morning for the milwaukee man charged in connection with a deadly fire a 10 year old and a two year died were killed. deandra corinthios is live from the milwaukee county courthouse killed. deandra corinthios is live from the milwaukee county courthouse with more. this morning. michael morgan is facing arson and homicide charges. he's accused of setting fire to a home at 36th and silver spring last october. his estranged wife lived there...and he was being prosecuted in two domestic violence cases where she was the victim. six children had to be rescued from the blaze....four of them by their grandmother. but morgan's stepson...10 year old kevin little...and little's cousin ...two year old tae'najah morgan died as a result of the fire. little was found in an upstairs
cousin. investigators found evidence of accelerant throughout the home. prosecutors say morgan used gasoline to intentionally start the blaze. prosecutors also say morgan asked a man he recognized down the block...to call 911...before there were visible signs of the fire. reporting live in milwaukee deandra corinthios fox6 news. for the second time in two days ...the fence around sherman park has been taken down. the fence had been up since the fatal shooting of syville smith by a police in the neighborhood. county executive abele ordered the fence be taken down sunday morning ... but by sunday afternoon ... sheriff david clarke ordered the fence be put back up. abele says he's been trying to discuss the fence with clarke for two weeks ... but clarke wouldn't respond to his requests. we sent him a legal opinion from corporation counsel which are the same lawyers who service the sheriffs department both had a written opinion saying, sheriff you dont have the authority on the
sunday night ... a judge in special session ruled the fence come back down ... and upheld a restraining order filed against the sheriff. the order remains in effect until the next hearing tomorrow. 12 suspected drug overdose deaths... within just 72 hours in milwaukee. it will be a while before we officially know the official cause of the most recent deaths. autopsies are expected to be performed within the next few days - but it'll take several weeks before toxicology reports come back. it's all part of an alarming trend. up 10 percent over last year. developing overnight - the obama administration announces it will commit 90 million dollars... over the next three years... to clearing unexploded bombs dropped on laos during the vietnam war. the announcement came while the president was in laos. angelica's in the newsroom with more details. millions of unexploded bombs still litter the grounds of laos... and roughly 20-thousand victims
them since the end of the vietnam war. between 1964 and 1973... the u-s carpet bombed laos... trying to stop a communist insurgency... and block north vietnamese supply lines. it was called the secret war - with no u-s boots ever actually on the ground. per capita... more explosives were dropped in laos than any other country in history... and they're still exploding today. president obama is the first sitting president to visit the country since te contributed 100 million over the last 20 years... with annual deaths falling from 300 per year to 50. coming up - the shocking discovery that forced inspectors to shut down a child daycare center. plus - from festivities... to fear. how a celebration in brookyln - took a deadly turn. and hundreds rounded up and arrested - at a music festival in california. the charges they face... straight ahead.
chance for thunderstorms this afternoon but a better chance overnight into wednesday morning. wednesday remains hot and humid with highs in the upper 80s and dewpoints still in the 70s. the risk of storms continues through wednesday and into thursday. a cold front clears us by thursday with temperatures dropping to the low 80s and then into the 70s by the weekend. today: partly sunny, windy, hot and humid. slight chance thunderstorms. high: 92 dewpoint: 73 wind: sw 10-20 mph tonight: chance of thunderstorms. low: 74 dewpoint: 74 wind: sw 5-10 mph two dead... and several others hurt... as shots are fired during a parade in brooklyn. multiple shootings broke out - along with a stabbing - at the jew-vay festival early yesterday victims who died at the west indian celebration- a 17 year old and a 22 year old - were not the intended targets. the violence comes a year after new york governor andrew cuomo's aide was killed during the overnight celebration. the n-y-p-d is now going back to the drawing board... to work on increasing security. so far... no arrests have been made. in california... 428 people were arrested... and five hospitalized... during a three day electronic dance
wonderland" concert included drug possession... drug dealing... trespassing... assault and battery... and indecent exposure. one san bernardino sheriff's deputy was injured making an arrest... and was taken to a local hospital for treatment before being released. happening now - police are investigating after hundreds of marijuana plants were discovered at a daycare center. police in west haven, connecticut... say state inspectors found 600 marijuana plants... ranging from 6 to 10 feet tall... while they were conducting a daycare facility has since been shut down. police say arrests will be made soon. could a lawsuit against a popular magazine be in the works? who roger ailes is enlisting to help... coming up. and - they didn't even play this weekend... but the packers are coming out as the big winners of the badgers - lsu game... thanks to some football financials. plus - flying anywhere this morning? why one major airline is
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watching the fox 6 wakeup news. the heat is on! a push from the southwest ahead of an approaching low, means we warm into the low 90s today with dewpoints in the low 70s making it very humid! there is a slight chance for thunderstorms this afternoon but a better chance overnight into wednesday morning. wednesday remains hot and humid with highs in the upper 80s and dewpoints still in the 70s. the risk of storms continues through wednesday and into thursday. a cold front clears us by thursday with temperatures dropping to the low 80s and then into the 70s by the weekend. today: partly sunny, windy, hot and humid. slight chance understorms. high: 92 wint: 73 f understorms. low: 74wi mph affic check red on traffic s yellow on traffic map = some lsreen on traffic map = no dn traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = me delays green onraffic map no delays new this morning - federal judge rudolph randa has died.
governor scott walker tweeted last night "sorry to hear of the passing of the honorable rudoplh randa. he was a great man and an outstanding judge." the judge presided over notable cases such as the john doe probe... and the archdiocese of milwaukee bankruptcy filing. meanwhile... longtime conservative activist phyllis schlafly has died. schlafly was an outspoken anti- feminist leader, known for her fight against the equal rights movement and liberalism of the 1960's and 70's. she also led the pro-family advocacy group "eagle forum. forum says funeral arrangements are still being finalized. developing right now - roger ailes is putting the new york media on notice... with a threatening letter from hulk hogan's attorney. new york magazine says attorney charles harder sent the letter on ailes' behalf... following the magazine's reports on ailes' alleged sexual harassment. ailes resigned from fox news in july, after ex-anchor gretchen carlson filed a harassment and retaliation suit against him -which lead to an internal
allegations by other women have surfaced. jessob toss to rob rob's weather the heat is on! a push from the southwest ahead of an approaching low, means we warm t with dewpoints in the low 70s making it very humid! there is a slight chance for thunderstorms this afternoon but a better chance overnight into wednesday morning. wednesday remains hot and humid with highs in the upper 80s and dewpoints still in the 70s. the risk of storms continues through wednesday and into thursday. a cold front clears us
saturday's game at lambeau field. the "lambeau field college football classic" was part of the push by the packers to hold non-n-f-l events at lambeau to earn additional revenue. the team paid wisconsin 3-million- dollars and l-s-u 2-and-a-half million to play the game -- and kept all of the revenue from tickets, parking and merchandise sold at the stadium. the game drew a sellout crowd -- with more than 78-thousand fans in attendance. straight ahead- new photos... unlike anything scientists have
wakeup news. anchors adlib weather over live pic the heat is on! highs in the 90s today and very humid. right now . our risk for severe storms coming up. happening now around the world... british airways passengers are facing major delays... thanks to a major computer system failure. problems specifically in the u-s have been reported so far in
representatives tell passengers the system failure has been going on for several hours - beginning last night. this comes one month after delta's global computer outage caused worldwide delays and cancelations. talk about an incredible space odyssey for one little robot. philae... the comet lander that scientests thought was lost forever... has been found. the rosetta mission team tweeted "the search is over!" yesterday... showing pictures of the long lost between some rocks. the timing couldn't be better either - the mission is set to end in one month. it's a journey that's been anything but ordinary. the comet landed on the comet in november 2014... but its batteries died shortly after landing. it wasn't until summer 2015... that the comet woke back up for just a couple months... before powering down... and becoming lost. meanwhile... nasa's spacecraft juno... sending back the
storm systems unlike anything sending back the first-ever images of jupiter's north pole... showing storm systems unlike anything scientists have ever seen before on our solar system's gas giants. juno launched from cape canaveral in five years ago... reaching jupiter back on july 4th. happening today - the trial begins for a man accused of setting a fire that killed two children in milwaukee. how soon we could learn what his sentence will be. plus - his remains went now - we're learning new details about the breakthrough in the search for jacob wetterling. only on fox-6... a business in waukesha county goes up in flames... and a pet tortoise... may be to blame. and lambeau field... giving packers fans something to cheer about this season. the new treats you won't want to miss... coming up at 6:30. anchor adlibs hot and humid today with highs in the low 90s and dewpoints in the 70s! right now . when storms
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i pulled up and i couldnt believe what i was seeing.' only on fox 6... a store goes thing... that the owner says he will not be able to replace. plus - green bay's veteran offensive linemen... still adjusting to the surprise release of josh sitton... but the clock is ticking down. how the packers are getting ready for the season opener... straight ahead.
rob's weather the heat is on! a push from the southwest ahead of an approaching low, means we warm into the low 90s today with dewpoints in the low 70s making it very humid! there is a slight chance for thunderstorms this afternoon but a better chance overnight into wednesday morning. wednesday remains hot and humid with highs in the upper 80s and dewpoints still in the 70s. the risk of storms continues through wednesday and into thursday. a cold front clears us by thursday with temperatures dropping to the low 80s and then into the 70s by the weekend. today: partly sunny, windy, hot and humid. slight chance thunderstorms. high: 92 dewpoint: 73 wind: sw 10-20 mph tonight: chance of thunderstorms. low: 74 dewpoint: 74 wind: sw 5-10 mph traffic check red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no
against a milwaukee man facing arson and homicide charges begins today michael morgan is accused of setting fire to a house...and that fire killed two children. deandra corinthios is live from the milwaukee county courthouse with more. 10 year old kevin little...and his cousin 2 year old tae-najah morgan died as a result of the fire.little was the suspect's stepson. investigators say morgan used gasoline to intentionally set a fire near 36th and silver spring back in octo grandmother were in the house ..it was the middle of the night. the grandmother managed to get four out.. but then realized little must have gone back inside for his cousin. little was found in an upstairs bedroom...using his body to shield two year old tae-najah investigators found evidence of an accelerant on the home's first floor, the hallways and in the master bedroom. morgan's estranged wife lived in that home. he was being prosecuted in two domestic violence cases, where she was the victim. morgan is facing both arson and homicide charges. his jury selection begins at 815 this
milwaukee dc fox6 news. developing overnight - three gunmen... open fire in a building for an international aid organization in afghanistan. angelica's in studio with the very latest. the attack happened in kabul... where we've learned afghan police have killed the three gunmen. one civilian died... and six others were hurt in the attack. this comes just a day after twin bombings near the afghan defense ministry killed at least 24 p hurt more than 90 others. the taliban is claiming responsibility for the two explosions... authorities confirm many of the victims were senior officials. also developing - hurricane newton makes landfall near cabo san lucas in mexico. mexico's pacific coast... now bracing for more heavy rains and high winds. schools are closed today... and emergency shelters are in place in baja california. the u-s national hurricane center is warning the hurricane brings winds of up to 85 miles per
store in the village of wales is expected to reopen today following a fire over the weekend. the owners say the fire may have been started... by their pet tortoise. owner dean puh-pee-toe pipito believes matilda knocked over a heat lamp in her cage, causing the fire.matilda was 12 years old and was the companys mascot. she died in the blaze-- but the owners say she could have lived another 70 years. the waukesha county sheriffs office tells us the cause of the fire is accidental. her. she was part of the family.' dp 'the building can be remodeled, redone. but you cant replace animals.' officials say a lot can be saved from the business. aquatica has been open for 16 years... but they only moved into this new location last september. we're getting a new look... at the new wisconsin entertainment and sports center.
the 714-thousand square foot arena will anchor the nearly 30-acre entertainment district. officials say the center is the largest development project ever undertaken in downtown milwaukee. we're counting down to sunday... when the packers officially kick off the season. right now... the guys in the locker room are focusing on getting into the right frame of mind... for the big day in jacksonville. but that may prove difficult for some of green bay's veteran offensive linemen, who are still adjust weekend's surprising release of josh sitton.... from a football standpoint, lane taylor takes the place of the three- time pro bowler.... at least that's the gameplan laid out by coach mike mccarthy. despite taylor's rough night in the preseason finale at kansas city... "we gotta play a game here very shortly and against a good team with a good defense soso like you said its tought on guys that have been around a long timeand not olny a great player but a really great friend. we are confident with
120 games for the packers. now he's getting ready to play his first game as a chicago bear. don't forget - the packers take on the jaguars in jacksonville at noon on sunday. you catch all of the action right here on fox six, followed by the giants and cowboys and then capped off by the fox six sports blitz at 10:35 sunday night.... able to fill up on some new concessions at lambeau field this season. and its just as creative as some of the food introduced last year. fans can choose from the pig skin. - a baked potato wrapped in bacon with cheese sour cream and chives. the hail mary brat - a foot long brat with bloody mary seasoning. and poutine - something rob's familiar with - fries, cheese curds, bacon bites, sour cream and green onions. the home delivery meal kit
dollar market that continues to boom. blue apron might be the most well- known, but now even martha stewart is in on the act. consumer reports checked out some of the most popular services. jenna sachs shows you what they found in this morning's contact 6 report. what is a meal kit? a pre-packed, chilled box arrives at your door with every ingredient excluding staples like salt and pepper that you need to whip up dinner. in most cases, you can pick the meals or have the company choose for you.h are they fresh? healthy? affordable? consumer reports food experts evaluated five national meal kit services: blue apron, green chef, hellofresh, plated, and purple carrot. "we prepared and tasted a weeks worth of dinners from each service, and we found that 24 of 27 meals were very good to excellent." hellofresh was a standout for its dishes, like this blackened tilapia with blistered vegetables. of
calories, and sodium. green chef features all organic ingredients. their recipes, like veggie polenta fajita and steak tapenade with broccoli slaw, feature lots of veggies used in creative ways. consumer reports also asked 57 meal kit users about their experiences. nearly every one said they liked trying different flavors. and while the cost is about ten to twelve dollars per portion, the majority of meal kit users surveyed say the dinners are a good value. "americans throw away 28 percent of the produce thy need for the recipe, so theres no waste." in every case, consumer reports testers found the ingredients arrived fresh, and the meals took close to the claimed time to prepare. so now you can dine in like youre dining out. but in this case youre also ... the chef. if you want to give meal kits a try, shop around. many can be tailored to the palate the dietary needs of you or your entire family. i'm jenna sachs
all across the country... but coming up - why one particular student at texas a- and-m... is catching everyone's attention. "who is he? i am president of a sovereign state." the president of the philippines... ranting against president obama... why he's backtracking on his comments today. also ahead: "have you missed us?" "i was just waiting for this moment." hillary clinton... finally holding her first press conference in refusing to be outdone. how their battle is going sky-high with nine weeks to go... coming up. it's the last day to help fox 6 and feeding america eastern wisconsin to make sure kids get enough to eat & are ready to learn. you have until the end of today to go to any sendiks food market to purchase your backpack buddies. there are lots of buddies to choose from. all of the proceeds will be used to provide backpacks, filled with food, to milwakuee area kids in need...and those backpacks will be restocked with food
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wakeup news. rob's weather the heat is on! a push from the southwest ahead of an approaching low, means we warm into the low 90s today with dewpoints in the low 70s making it very humid! there is a slight chance for thunderstorms this afternoon but a better chance overnight into wednesday morning. wednesday remains hot and humid with highs in the upper 80s and dewpoints still in the 70s. the risk of storms continues through wednesday and into thursday. a cold front clears us by thursday with temperatures dropping to the low 80s and then into the 70s by the weekend. today: partly sunny, windy, hot and humid. slight chance thunderstorms. high: 92 dewpoint: 73 wind: sw 10-20 mph tonight: chance of thunderstorms. low: 74 wpoint: 74 wind: sw 5-1h affic check red on traffimap
delays green on traffic map = no delays happening today - a hearing will be held... regarding a suspect in a 1990 homicide. that motion hearing will address the hung jury in dennis brantner's murder trial. the 62-year-old was sentenced to 6 years in prison and another 11 years on summer... after authorities found prescription drugs in brantner's boot when he was arrested last year for the murder of berit beck. the jury failed to reach a verdict on murder charges. prosecutors have still not said whether they will re-file charges in the homicide case. also happening today - a court hearing regarding an officer involved shooting in milwaukee. tremaine smith is charged with first degree reckless endangerment... with a dangerous weapon. milwaukee police officers from the neighborhood task force say they were taking two people into custody
area of 39th and auer they heard more shots, not far away... then bullets were fired in their direction -- an officer fired back. police arrested smith. no one was hit by the gunfire. but an officer suffered minor injuries from a fall during the investigation -- he's expected to be ok. happening now - creepy clown sightings have multiple south carolina cities on edge. angelica's following that story and more from across america. this morning... police are doing extra patrols in a winston-salem neighborhood... after two kids reported seeing a clown trying to lure treats. an adult witness says he heard the clown - but did not see anyone. the suspect ran away when police arrived. another sighting occurred nearby about four hours later - but again - police found no evidence. the reports come after several other unconfirmed clown sightings in northern south carolina... clowns were initially seen near woods - but now... people are also accusing clowns of knocking on front doors. meanwhile... sources now say a plea deal led to police
remains of a minnesota boy kidnapped nearly 27 years ago. 11-year-old jacob wetterling was kidnapped by a masked man as he rode his bike with friends on a rural home... back in 1989. no one has ever been arrested... but last year, investigators identified 53 year old danny heinrich as a person of interest. heinrich is currently being held in federal custody... on child pornography charges... stemming from evidence found in his home. and today - bill cosby's lawyers could ask a judge to throw out two key misconduct case against the comedian. one is a deposition cosby gave in a 20-05 lawsuit by accuser andrea constand. in the deposition, cosby talked about having extramarital affairs and giving other women drugs with their consent so they'd have sex with him. the other piece of evidence - a recording of a phone call between cosby and constand's mother. cosby is charged with felony aggravated indecent assault from a 20-04 case involving constand, a temple
home, leaving her incapacitated and unable to consent to sex. cosby has pleaded not guilty. new developments this morning - after the president of the philippines used profanity in reference to president obama. president rodrigo duterte... now says he regrets that this press conference "came across as a personal attack." listen to part of that conference: "who is he?" " i do not have any master except the filipino people. duterte had been scheduled to meet with president obama at a regional summit in laos this week... where president obama is meeting with southeastern leaders. white house officials previously said the president would confront duterte about extrajudicial killings of suspected drug leaders - something the filipino leader didn't like. in response to duterte's verbal attack. president obama... said "clearly, he's a colorful guy". "obviously, the philippine people are some of our closest friends and allies. and the
always want to make sure that if i'm having a meeting that it's actually productive and we are getting something done." the philippines is an important partner in the ongoing naval dispute with china. and new right now - president obama vows to tighten sanctions on north korea... after the country launched three ballistic missiles toward japan... while president obama was in the region for a while that g20 summit was underway... the three missiles flew 620 miles... with no navigational warning... into the sea of japan. japan's defense minister says the launch is a serious threat - because the missiles are improving in accuracy... landing at almost the same spot at roughly the same time. the u.s. said it "strongly condemns" the launches. new on wakeup - the latest c-n-n poll shows it's a dead heat between hillary
the two criss-cross the country... even landing on runways at the same airport in cleveland... at the same time. no showdown between the two there... but their attacks are hitting new heights... as the first debate nears. responding to criticism that she hasn't been open with the press and avoiding news conferences for months... hillary clinton began flying with her campaign's press corps for the first time yesterday. the group flew on a newly campaign- branded boeing 737... that has 42 seats available to the press. clinton promised to talk more to the reporters. invited a small group of reporters onto his plane... and answered a few of their questions as well. topics ranged from immigration... to the economy. anchors chat and toss to rob rob's weather the heat is on! a push from the southwest ahead of an approaching low, means we
making it very humid! there is a slight chance for thunderstorms this afternoon but a better chance overnight into wednesday morning. wednesday remains hot and humid with highs in the upper 80s and dewpoints still in the 70s. the risk of storms continues through wednesday and into thursday. a cold front clears us by thursday with temperatures dropping to the low 80s and then into the 70s by the weekend. today: partly sunny, windy, hot and humid. slight chance thunderstorms. high: 92 dewpoint: 73 wind: sw 10-20 mph tonight: chance of thunderstorms. lo:
developing this morning... josh boutte will be sitting out the next l-s-u game. he's the tigers lineman who drilled wisconsin's d'cota dixon after the game-clinching interception for the badgers at lambeau field saturday afternoon. yesterday... boutte places an apology call to dixon and then received that one-game suspen tigers coach les miles. meanwhile... johnny football... going back to school. the former browns quarterback re- enrolled at texas a and m... after drama off the field... derailed his career. manziel played two seasons for the aggies... and was the first freshman to win the heisman trophy back in 2012. he was scooped up by the browns in 2014... but released back in march.
an incident in dallas - he'll be in court for that on the 15th. the san francisco 49ers... saying goodbye to fullback bruce miller... after the athlete was charged with elder abuse. miller is accused of attempting to get into a hotel room that was not his at 2:45 a-m. instead... a couple in their 70s were in the room. investigators say the couple's 29- year-old son told miller he was at the wrong room... and a fight broke out. the 70 year old man tried to miller faces assault with a deadly weapon other than a firearm, elder abuse, two charges of making threats, and a misdemeanor battery charge. straight ahead... how a former bandmate of freddie mercury... is making sure the legend's name lives on. plus - "it's friday, friday, gotta get down on friday." yeah.... remember this song? rebecca black's got a brand new music video out - and it turns out... it sounds nothing like this - and it's not even named after a day of the week!
today is september 6th - that means its time for buddy check six. remind your buddy, right now, to do her monthly breast self-exam. the earlier you find cancer, the better your odds at beating it. so call your buddy today, and dont forget to do your own exam. if you dont already have a buddy, get one now. go to fox 6 now dot com for all the information, and join buddy check six a touching tribute... to a music legend. universe." freddie mercury... now literally a prince of the universe... after queen guitarist brian may announced an asteroid has been named after him. may made the announcement yesterday - on what would have been mercury's 70th birthday. the asteroid orbits between mars and jupiter. the asteroid was discovered in 1991--- the year mercury died. may says the asteroid is just a dot
dot of light. meanwhile... rebecca black is back with a new music video... five years after releasing "friday." but... this new one isn't named saturday... or after any day of the week for that matter. "dancing on the line." the singer has returned with a new single called "the great divide." on the song's new video for a month... saying she
now at 7-- two children are killed after the home they were in goes up in flames. the person accused of deliberately setting the fire and causing their deaths getting closer to finding out his punishment. plus.. just a neighborhood is getting back to a normal... a reminder of the unrest as a man accused of looting in sherman park heads to court. good morning and welcome back to time now x:xx weather the heat is on! a push from the southwest ahead of an approaching low, means we warm into the low 90s today with dewpoints in the low 70s making it very humid! there is a slight chance for thunderstorms this afternoon but a better
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