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now at 6. heavy rains cause streets to flood...and even some cars to get stuck. just how much rain we got. plus -- no class for some students in mayville today..after rushing waters forced the school to close. how the community came together to try and stop the water from doing more damage. wakeup! rob's weather we are still cloudy with a few showers this morning as the cold front slowly makes its exit. the front will be more of a dry front than a cold front as temperatures wont dip much but dewpoints will fall nicely. high pressure moves in from the west to give us sun by this afternoon but that wont last as another low arrives later friday into saturday with
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next low but saturday afternoon and we can enjoy some cool, fall-type air by sunday afternoon with highs slipping to the low 70s. we stay in the seasonal range for early next week but slip to the cooler side by midweek. today: cloudy with a few early showers then clearing to mostly sunny by the later afternoon. becoming less humid with falling dewpoints. high: 84 dewpoint: 68 wind: w 5-10 mph traffic check red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays many communities in the milwaukee area saw flash flooding last night. we find julie collins live this morning near 38th and lincoln where they saw some of the worst of it - julie? good morning - this morning all
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normal late last night... but around dinner time that rain fell quickly - making these streets look more lakes the rain came pouring down and then shortly there after the wind... neighbors watched as trees snapped and fell onto the street making many of them impassable. however, car after car-- testing their luck - but many getting stuck. tough time. 'and the emergency vehicles theyre having a hard time, the cars are stopped in the crown of the road at the high point so now the emergency vehicles got to go around into the deep stuff, it makes it worse you know?' last night our crews saw about half dozen cars that needed to be towed away from this area. milwaukee d-p-w telling us they responded to over 40 cases of pounding.
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news. saint john's lutheran school in mayville will be closed today...due to rising waters. the area saw very heavy rains...forcing two schools there to dismiss students early yesterday. angelica joins us now with more. st. john's principal says that damage to the building is minimal...but he's still closing the school today. 'parkview primary' also sent its students home early. sections of highway 28 also closed...as divert the flow around homes and schools. fox6 weather experts say 3 to 5 inches of rain fell just since tuesday evening. lf 'its insanity. just the water levels on the way here were crazy.' cm 'the rivers and the creeks that we have upstream just cant handle that amount of water.' st. john's hopes to reopen tomorrow. and if you'd like to see more on how the community came together to help fill sandbags...just head to fox 6 now dot
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leaking into nathan hale high school. we're told it has been cleaned up...and that school will be in session today. and then flood waters kept nearly 20 kids and 3 staff members from leaving kindercare in west allis yesterday.. the staff made dinner for the kids -- and the fire department took everyone to a nearby church. kindercare will also be open today. milwaukee police are looking for the person responsible for a double shooting that turned deadly. the shooting happened a little before 6 last night near 27th victims may have been shot inside a car. a 34-year-old man died. a 24-year-old year old was taken to the hospital...and at last check-- in very serious condition. so far no suspects are in custody. the fence around sherman park will stay down....and a milwaukee county judge has extended a restraining order against sheriff david clarke. it all goes back to sunday. the county executive ordered the fence be taken down. but by the afternoon....the sheriff ordered it back up. that lead to a rare sunday night court
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the dispute clearly runs deep. this is not so much a matter of a fence- this is a matter of a power struggle- let's call it what it is! ... and the sherif that don't like each other.... the debate is not over. there is another hearing scheduled at the end of the month. coming up -- areas in wisconsin cleaning up after mudslides cause quite a mess on roadways. more on the damage also this morning - a woman is dead after a shooting on a phoenix freeway. what dispatchers heard after the woman called 9-1-1 - next. plus -- a reward now being offered in chicago after a man is shot and robbed while mowing his lawn. more on the search for the thieves - next. rob adlibs cloudy with a few sprinkles early then slowly becoming sunny. highs in the low 80s. right now . when rain
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rob's weather you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. we are still cloudy with a few showers this morning as the cold front slowly makes its exit. the front will be more of a dry front than a cold front as temperatures wont dip much but dewpoints will fall nicely. high pressure moves in from the west to give us sun by this afternoon but that wont last as another low arrives later friday into saturday with more rain and thunderstorms. we should dry up behind that next low but saturday afternoon and we can enjoy some cool, fall-type air by sunday afternoon with highs slipping to the low 70s. we stay in the seasonal range for early next week but slip to the cooler side by midweek. today: cloudy with a few
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afternoon. becoming less humid with falling dewpoints. high: 84 dewpoint: 68 wind: w 5-10 mph traffic check red on traffic map traffic check red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays green on traffic map = no delays a woman is dead, after a shooting on an arizona highway. on the phone with 9-1-1. and police are still looking for the person responsible. phoenix police say the woman called 9- 1-1...when three men in a white truck were driving aggressively...and she thought they were targeting her specifically. while on the phone...the dispatcher heard several gunshots. the woman was taken to the hospital...and later died. the shooting on the freeway also caused a chain reaction of other accidents. police don't know why the truck was following the victim. and in chicago -- a one thousand dollar reward is being
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the shooting happened tuesday. police say frederico laguardia was watering his lawn when two men riding bikes demanded his wallet. when laguardia refused, he was shot in the stomach. one of the men then searched laguardia's pockets and took his wallet. laguardia was taken to the hospital and is now in fair condition. the lone surviving suspect in last november's paris terror attacks appeared in court this morning..and once again refused to speak. salah abdeslam facing interrogation from an anti-terrorism judge. he refused to tal because of 24-hour surveillance in his prison cell. authorities hope abdeslam can provide information about the islamic state group's strategies and networks... and identify others who might have helped in the attacks that killed 130 people last november. coming up next - - chief meteorologist rob haswell has more on the rain totals from yesterday...and when we could see the sun again. hurricane newton claims two lives. what the victims were doing before being swept away. the new iphone seven is unveiled. the new feature it
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man! wait, is that a basketball player? yes! -wow! my heart's about to jump out my chest man. charles you ought to be proud man. i'm just extremely grateful they were here giving them some encouragement- that's something that these kids are going to remember for a lifetime. did you see his big old feet? look.
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rob's does quick weather you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. we are still cloudy with a few showers this morning as the cold front slowly makes its exit. the front will be more of a dry front than a cold front as temperatures wont dip much but dewpoints will fall nicely. high pressure moves in from the west to give us sun by this afternoon but that wont last as another low arrives later friday into saturday with more rain and thunderstorms. we should dry up behind that next low but saturday afternoon and we can enjoy some cool, fall-type air by sunday af we stay in the seasonal range for early next week but slip to the cooler side by midweek. today: cloudy with a few early showers then clearing to mostly sunny by the later afternoon. becoming less humid with falling dewpoints. high: 84 dewpoint: 68 wind: w 5-10 mph traffic check red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map melsreen o
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breaking news. the medical examiners office now saying the second victim of a shooting last night has now died. the shooting happened a little before 6 last night near 27th and hadley. police say one of the victims may have been shot inside a car. a 34-year-old man died. a 24-year-old year old was t dead. so far no suspects are in custody. we've now learned hurricane newton claimed the lives of at least two people in mexico's baja peninsula. the bodies of two fishermen washed onto shore, they were taken by surprise while aboard a shrimp boat. there is no indication that anyone else was on the boat. meanwhile - arizona residents dealing with flooding as the tropical storm moved through yesterday. a minnesota family is tallying the damage after rain forced a
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the family says several large boulders crashed into their house wednesday morning in brownsville. one rock destroyed the front door, a second left a hole in the side of their house ... ... while a third pushed into a bedroom. luckily, no one was hurt. authorities blamed heavy rain for starting the rockslide. the national weather service says between four and six inches of rain fell in the region and closer to our area...in richland county...flash floods and mudslides reported. heavy rains washed rocks and debris on to county hi to clean the mess. law enforcement also reported sand bagging being performed on the pine river in yuba. anchors chat/toss to rob rob's weather we are still cloudy with a few showers this morning as the cold front slowly makes its exit. the
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as temperatures wont dip much but dewpoints will fall nicely. high pressure moves in from the west to give us sun by this afternoon but that wont last as another low arrives more rain and thunderstorms. we should dry up behind that next low but saturday afternoon and we can enjoy some cool, fall-type air by sunday afternoon with
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seasonal range for early next week but slip to the cooler side by midweek. today: cloudy with a few early showers then clearing to mostly sunny by the humid with falling dewpoints. high: 84 dewpoint: 68 wind: w 5-10 mph tonight: mostly clear. low: 62 dewpoint: 64 wind: w 3-5 mph friday:
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to our area. high: 80 dewpoint: 65 wind: sw 5-10 mph saturday: early showers then clearing slowly to mostly sunny by the later afternoon. high: 72 dewpoint: 59 wind: nw 5-15 mph sunday: mostly sunny. am low: 52 high: 74 dewpoint: 53 wind: s 5-10 mph monday: partly sunny with a slight chance for showers. am low:
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low: 60 high: 74 dewpoint: 55 wind: n 5-10 mphwe are still cloudy with a few showers this morning as the cold front slowly makes its exit. the front will be more of a dry front than a cold front as temperatures wont dip much but dewpoints will fall nicely. high pressure moves in from the west to give us sun by this afternoon but that wont last as another low arrives later friday into saturday with more rain and thunderstorms. we should dry up behind that next low but saturday afternoon and we can enjoy some cool, fall-type air by sunday afternoon with highs slipping to the low 70s. we stay in the seasonal range for early xt ek but slip to the coolersidy with a few early showers then earing to most sunny by the ter afterno.ecoming lessmid wit mostlclear. low: 62 wpoint: 64i thunderstorms returning to our ea. high: 80 dewpnt: wind: sw 5n eang slowly to mostly sunny ple unveils one of its most controvsl new i-phones yet...eliminating the analog audio jack at the bottom of the one.stead... the ihe sevenll coh ll only uinto the ghtning port t used r charging. for those not fans of uetooth....an adapter will so come with the new phone. the i-phone 7 is ster rea two-lens camera..a ll come two w information on punishment anlochte could be facing. the major swim mtition he may ss out on in e wake of therio s tick om police not what most people want. but for one brown
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cloudy with a few sprinkles early then slowly becoming sunny. highs in the cloudy with a few sprinkles early then slowly becoming sunny. highs in the low 80s. right now . when there are new ways for football fans to show their team spirit! let's start with twitter...unveiling new hashtags and emojis for each team. the packers hashtag is of course : "go pack go". simply tweet one of these hashtags and the image will appear automatically when you post a tweet. other teams hashtags in the n-f-c north are "feed da bears"...."one pride" for the lions...and "skol" for the
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millions of new cans, just in time for the n-f-l season. the saint louis- based beer company has released 720- million team cans. the campaign is called, "this is your can's year." the first ad for the cans will appear tonight in a superbowl re-match between the denver broncos and the carolina panthers. the packers getting ready for the first game of the season. what they're learning from a team they haven't played in years! presidential candidates donald trump and hillary clinton fielding questions during a live forum. wha to be commander in chief. two days of unrest in sherman park. left behind major damage. now we're finding out exactly how costly it was to businesses. the flash flooding in the milwaukee area taking its toll on drivers. how its impacting schools in other counties today. anchor adlibs a cloudy start but the sun comes out this afternoon. right now with a high near 84. your weekend is 50/50. which is the best day of the two
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at one point it was the road was impassable. to get through so i had to get out and move the branches out of the way. heavy rains and strong winds bring down branches...and cause streets to flood. more on the storms that moved through our area...and just how much rain we got. anchors adlib welcome back cloudy with a few showers this morning as the cold front slowly makes its exit. the front will be more of a dry front than a cold front as temperatures wont dip much but dewpoints will fall nicely. high pressure moves in from the west to give us sun by this afternoon but that wont last as another low arrives later friday into saturday with more rain and thunderstorms. we should dry up behind that next low but saturday afternoon and we can enjoy some cool, fall-type air by sunday afternoon with highs slipping to the low 70s. we stay in the seasonal range for early next week but slip to the cooler side by midweek. today: cloudy with a few early showers then clearing to mostly sunny by
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dewpoints. high: 84 dewpoint: 68 wind: w 5-10 mph traffic check red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays breaking news. the medical green on traffic map = no delays examiners office now saying the second victim of a shooting last night has now died. the shooting happened a little before 6 last night near 27th and hadley. police say one of the victims may have been shot inside a car. a 34-year-old man died. a 24-year-old year old was taken to the hospital...and is also dead. so far no suspects are in custody. rain rain go away! many people
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signing that tone last night -- as their streets turned into lakes. we find julie collins live near 38th and lincoln where they saw some of the worst of it - julie? all is quiet this morning however, last night things turned dangerous very quickly in this area. late afternoon drivers were forced to fight the flooding as it came quickly -- the water rising fast on milwaukee's south side. neighbors here say this is the worst flooding this area has seen i roads became impassable. for every vehicle caught in the waters was an opportunity to get them out. marco sotos tow company like others; had a busy night of easy business. 'we just came back, we were on our way to a couple calls getting out some cars that were stuck. we had our trench on even the rain jacket and it
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cars that needed to be towed away from this area last night. milwaukee d-p-w telling us they responded to over 40 cases of pounding. reporting live from 38th and lincoln - julie collins. fox 6 news. the rain came fast and furious in west allis as well...you can see streets quickly filled up with water...causing some hazardous driving conditions. in greenfield -- flooding closed part of the "root river parkway" near 96th street. and a bad night for one onto some vehicles in a driveway. there was also some damage to the home. rising waters prompted two schools to evacuate in the dodge county area wednesday. and one of those still closed today. angelica joins us now with more. several inches of rainfall in a short time span led to those schools closing. students were evacuated from st. johns and parkview primary. the principal at st. johns says within half an hour the water started running down the side of the school...so students were sent
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rushed to both schools to fill and pile sandbags to keep the oncoming waters at bay. its my school. ive been here, all my life. i just wanted to help out. "it's really heartwarming even i didn't know that just heard the call and what can i do and you know and just bag the sand." there is only a little water, inside st. john's, but, once they get that out, a significant disinfecting effort will be necessary. they hope tomorrow. the fence around sherman park will stay down. at least until another court hearing at the end of the month. a milwaukee county judge extended a restraining order against sheriff david clarke in court yesterday. this all goes back to sunday when the county executive ordered the fence taken down. but by the afternoon the sheriff ordered it back up. that lead to a rare sunday night court hearing.
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5-point-8-million-dollars. .. that's the damage total for the seven businesses set on fire during the sherman park unrest. according to a break-down from the milwaukee fire department... o'reilly autoparts... which was a total loss... suffered the most damage at 1- point-4-million. the bp gas station-- also a total loss of suffered more than 589-thousand dollars. half of jet beauty is gone... the cost exceeding 800-thousand-dollars. and at bmo harris bank... which saw a 25-percent los will take more than 1-point-2 million dollars to repair the destruction. the rest of the damage total includes big jim's liquor, pj supermarket and mjm liquor. new details on the murder investigation in oconomowoc. 34-year-old christina schuster - was shot in the head in her apartment. her brother found her monday night. now police say schuster's car is missing-- and they're searching for a friend of hers that they consider a person of interest. investigators don't believe the public is at risk. a bizarre start to the trial of a man accused of setting a
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witness is missing! police say michael morgan set a home near 36th and silver spring on fire back in october. 6 kids were inside. 2 died. the trial was supposed to start yesterday-- but the state's witness didn't show. the judge ruled everyone will reconvene on monday to decide where to go from there. the fate of a former dane county deputy who shot and killed his wife and sister- in-law remains in a holding pattern. andrew steele is currently at the mendota mental health institute for killing a jury found steele lacked mental capacity at the time of the murders due to mental disease or defect. steele suffers from a-l-s. the judge agreed to release him earlier this year due to his deteriorating health. in a letter sent to the judge on the case in july, the conditional release coordinator says they were looking to develop a plan for in-home community placement and care at steele's parents' home in dane county. but steele's attorney says every conditional release plan has fallen through
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the game plan is in place and now it's just perfecting things for sunday. tim van vooren has more on the packers preparations for the jaguars offense from lambeau field. the jacksonville jaguars are an unfamiliar opponent for the packers. they haven't played them in a few years and the packers haven't played down there since 2008. but they've had plenty of time to get ready for this game it's an opener, lots of off season tape study and here's what the packers think they see. matthews: "good group of young talent, when i think of the team is kind of up and coming." thomas "they're a big play team, they got good running backs good quarterback and big time wide receivers." burnett "that's the whole thing about the league, that's what drives and keeps you going is that high level of competition when you are going against great athletes like that you look forward to it it's going to be a great challenge for our team, for our defense and we're all ready for it." the packers have all kinds of history. the jaguars are just starting their 22nd season ever. this will be the 23rd season of the nfl on fox. see
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at lambeau field tim van vooren fox 6 sports. a woman gets surprised with 4 tickets from brown deer police. but not the tickets you might be thinking... "on behalf of the brown deer police department we give you two tickets to a badger game and two tickets to a packer game.. cries." these are football tickets! officers gave her two for a packers game and two for a badgers game. they surprised her at her home afte nicole hoffmann tried buying packers tickets on craigslist. she sent $550 to the seller. but the tickets never came. a brown deer officer found out hoffmann is an army veteran and decided to surprise her with 4 tickets. 47:25 its a small gesture, its really not the debt that we owe our veterans. this is nothing. 29:42 it gives me faith again that there are good people out there hoffmann will be taking her fiance to the games. she says
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coming up -- drake's tour bus gets robbed...and a suspect is under arrest. just how much jewelry was taken from that bus - just ahead. three people are dead after two planes collide in georgia. what officials say the two planes were doing before it happened. the debate over zika funding heats up on capitol hill. why one u-s representative from florida brought a container of mosquitoes to the house floor. a cloudy start but the sun comes out this afternoon. right now with a expert rob haswell
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wakeup news. rob's weather we are still cloudy with a few showers this morning as the cold front slowly makes its exit. the front will be more of a dry front than a cold front as temperatures wont dip much but dewpoints will fall nicely. high pressure moves in from the west to give us sun by this afternoon but that wont last as another low arrives later friday into saturday with more rain and thunderstorms. we should dry up behind that next low but saturday afternoon and we can enjoy some cool, fall-type air by sunday afternoon with highs slipping to the low 70s. we stay in the seasona next week but slip to the cooler side by midweek. today: cloudy with a few early showers then clearing to mostly sunny by the later afternoon. becoming less humid with falling dewpoints. high: 84 dewpoint: 68 wind: w 5-10 mph traffic check red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = ns
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jason v-dillie faces 17-felonies in connection to a string of break ins at car dealerships earlier this summer. police say the teen and his friends broke into showrooms around racine county and stole or tried to steal vehicles. he will be tried as an adult. a 14-year-old boy... was also arrested in connection with the burglaries. police are still searching for the others involved. a beaver dam man also in court today. prosecutors in dodge county say "adam raney" was "considered very dangerous and desperate" when he entered the watertown bank back n he was allegedly armed with what looked like a real gun -- but it was actually an airsoft weapon. he also left a backpack on the floor-- claiming it was a bomb. investigators say raney robbed the bank to fuel a drug addiction. he was later arrested in milwaukee. raney faces about 25 charges...and his preliminary hearing is also set to start at 8:30 this morning. three people are dead after two planes collide in georgia... plus - another close call between a u-s and russian jet. angelica joins us now with more on these developing stories. the pentagon says a russian
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of a u-s navy surveillance aircraft yesterday. u-s officials say the plane was conducting routine operations in the black sea at the time russian jets have occasionally flown close to other u-s. aircraft and navy ships in the region. earlier this year, russian jets buzzed over the u-s-s donald cook in the baltic sea, coming within 30 feet of the warship. a 53-year-old man is killed in the netherlands when his "tesla model s" electric car crashed into a tree and burst into flames. the accident happened about 25 miles it's not yet clear whether the driver was using the car's autopilot system. and back here in the u-s...three people are dead after two planes crashed in western georgia. carroll county officials say the two planes may have been trying to land at the same time when they collided at the small airport on wednesday. when rescue crews arrived on scene....they debris from the both planes were mixed together. authorities are still investigating what led up to the crash.
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at a "commander-in-chief" forum in new york. both hillary clinton and donald trump spoke in front of an audience comprised mainly of military veterans and active service members. they were asked about the most important characteristic people should look for in a president. clinton "steadiness. an absolute rock steadiness -- mixed with strength, to be able to make the hard decisions. because i've had the unique experience of watching and working with several presidents. and these are not easy decisions. if they were, they wouldn't get to the president in the first place." company, i've been all over the world, i've dealth with foreign countries, i've done very well as an example, tremendously well dealing with china dealing with so many of the countries that are just ripping this country they are just taking advantage of us like nobody's ever seen before. and i've had great expereince dealing on an international basis." the candidates also discussed their stance on national
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they will face off in their first presidential debate on september 26th. a u.s. representative brought a container of mosquitoes to the house floor wednesday. florida republican david jolly says he brought the prop..to convey the fear and anxiety that millions of floridians feel over the zika virus. david jolly "this is the reason for the few. these mosquitoes can travel only about 150 feet, but through the assistance of researchers at the university of south florida they have made it from florida to the well of this house." congress is currently debating zika funding, but jolly is urging the lawmakers to act quickly. in the senate tuesday night...democrats blocked a zika funding bill. according to the cdc the number of zika cases in the u.s. is now in the thousands. 15 years later, the famed ground zero flag that disappeared from the rubble at the world trade center following 9-11, has reportedly been found.
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two years ago...by a man who claimed to be a marine. he said it was the ground zero flag -- featured in an iconic photo of three firefighters raising the flag on 9-11. it was sent to a crime lab for forensic analysis. the lab used samples of dust particles from the flag to compare with dust from ground zero. the results show the samples matched. the iconic flag is now at the 9-11 museum, ready for this weekend's commemoration ceremonies. anchors chat and toss to rob rob's weather we are still cloudy with a few showers this morning as the cold front slowly makes its exit. the front will be more of a dry front than a cold front as temperatures wont dip much but dewpoints will fall nicely. high pressure moves in from the west
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but that wont last as another low arrives later friday into saturday with more rain and thunderstorms. we should dry up behind that next low but saturday afternoon and we can enjoy some cool, fall-type air by sunday afternoon with highs slipping to the low 70s. we stay in the seasonal range for cooler side by midweek. today: cloudy with a few early showers then clearing to mostly sunny by the later afternoon. becoming less humid with falling dewpoints. high: 84 dewpoint: 68 wind: w 5-10 mph tonight:
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wind: w 3-5 mph friday: partly to mostly cloudy with rain and thunderstorms returning to our area. high: 80 dewpoint: 65 wind: sw 5-10 mph saturday: early showers then clearing slowly to mostly sunny by the later afternoon. am low: 62 high: 72 dewpoint: 59 mostly sunny. am low: 52 high: 74 dewpoint: 53 wind: s 5-10 mph monday: partly sunny with a slight chance for showers. am low: 55 high: 76 dewpoint: 57 wind: sw 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny. am low: 60 high: 74 dewpoint: 55 wind: n 5-10 mphwe are still cloudy with a few showers this morning as the cold front slowly makes its exit. the front will be more of a dry front than a cold front as temperatures wont dip much but dewpoints will fall nicely. high pressure moves in from the west to give us sun by this afternoon but that wont last as
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into saturday with more rain and thunderstorms. we should dry up behind that next low but saturday afternoon and we can enjoy some cool, fall-type air by sunday afternoon with highs slipping to the low 70s. we stay in the seasonal range for early next week but slip to the cooler side by midweek. today: cloudy with a few early showers then clearing to mostly sunny by the later afternoon. becoming less humid with falling dewpoints. high: 84 dewpoint: 68 wind: w 5-10 mph tonight: stly clear. low: 62 wpoint: 64 5 mph friday: partly to mostly oudy with rain anthunderstorms h saturday: early showers then earing slowly to mostly sunny 62 high: wpoint: 59 wind: nw 55 mph sday: mostly sunny. am low: 52 gh: dewpoint: 53 wind: 10 mph mony: partly sunny with a slighcshoe l 6 deiwin:day majoreysyellow on traffic map =e laygeon traffic map = no ls nats cheering the 2016 paralympic games now underway in brazil. hundreds gathering in downtown rio de janeiro yesterday to witness the symbolic lighting of a replica of the olympic cauldron. this ... as the actual cauldron was being lit in maracana stadium. the paralympics feature more than four thousand athletes from 161 nations. the games will run through september 18th.
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scandal. according to reports -- the swimmer has been suspended 10 months by the united states olympic committee and u-s-a swimming. this means lochte will not be allowed to participate in the 20-17 world championships. during the rio olympics...lochte lied about an incident at a gas station. he said he was robbed...while brazil authorities say he vandalized the gas station's bathroom. lochte has also lost several endorsement deals since the scandal. an official announcement is expected later today. about 3- million dollars worth of jewelry that had been stolen off of rapper drake's tour bus. officials say a 21-year-old suspect is in custody. a briefcase full of jewelry went missing when drake was performing in phoenix on tuesday...and belonged to drake's d-j -- "future the prince." we will have plenty more on this story coming up during the 8-o-clock hour when we talk to t-m-z's casey carver. get a jump on your holiday shopping early! toys r us already releasing its list of the 40 hottest toys.
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winning hearts over all over the internet. more on their "notebook"-inspired photoshoot after the break. coming up in the seven o'clock hour of wakeup -- a photographer snaps a stunning photo of a bride and groom.. then they disappear. how he was able to track down the newlyweds. time now... you're taking a live look...a cloudy start but the sun comes out this afternoon. right now with a high near 84. your weekend is 50/50. which is the
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are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. a cloudy start but the sun comes out this afternoon. right now with a high near 84. your weekend is 50/50. which is the best day of
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disney world is tightening up on ticket fraud... the theme park now requires young children to have their fingers scanned before entering the florida park. disney world rolled out the ticket verification process for children between the ages of 3 and 9 in august. older guests have already been scanning their fingers to prevent people from sharing tickets that can cost up to 124-dollars a day, depending on the season. the park doesn't store fingerp scan "immediately," according to the park website. parents who do not want to have their children's fingers scanned can have their fingers scanned instead. the process isn't being used in disneyland in california. it's another nicholas sparks novel in the making... check out this photo shoot from clemma and sterling elmore. they've been together for 57 years...and to mark that impressive anniversary...their granddaughter arranged a photoshoot for them. the photographer immediately thought of the 'notebook' as a theme for the romantic photo shoot. and the photos almost instantly
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online. an incredible find in australia. a beachgoer stumbled on the dinosaur footprints when she was actually looking for seashells. she says she felt and indentation in the sand...and found a number of massive preserved footprints. a paleontologist from the university of queensland says the 130-million- year-old tracks had probably been covered by sand or water for decades-- but erratic tides finally revealed them. he said the tracks were by a medium-sized carnivore. a man strikes gold in california! he came across an 18-ounce gold nugget in modesto. it is expected to fetch around 70- thousand dollars. the find it very rare... and interest in the piece could potentially drive the price up four or five times higher than expected. if you can believe it...there are only 108 days until
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us has released their list hot list for this year already. their list features 40 of the hottest new toys, games, and kid friendly electronics...like the doc mcstuffins hospital cart...little live pets....and the nerf-n-strike elite terrascout r-c drone blaster! other hot items include the shopkins tall mall...and for bigger kids...playstation v-r kits. for a full list -- go to fox 6 now dot com to get a jump start on your holiday
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raining and raining. it doesnt want to stop.' now at seven ---- clean up will get underway this morning after dangerous flooding turns roads into rivers. ahead --- how the severe weather is still impacting schools this morning. plus --- a judge makes a decision about whether a fence should be up around sherman park. good morning and welcome back to wakeup! time now x:xx

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