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straight ahead. plus: av 'i was devastated. i dont want to hear about that happening to anyone.' plus - right now... police are searching for a sexual assault suspect. how you can help - straight ahead. good morning and welcome to wakeup! rob's weather today: rain and thunderstorms off and on through the day. high: 76 dewpoint: 64 wind: sw-nw 5-15 mph tonight: rain and thunderstorms ending overnight. low: 60 dewpoint: 64
traffic check red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays breaking overnight - brown deer police investigate a fatal shootin bradley just after ten last night. they found the shooting victim there... but the victim died on the way to the hospital. police say the suspect was still on scene when officers arrived and was taken into custody. officials say the suspect and victim knew each other. and breaking in milwaukee...police are searching for a shooting suspect in a separate incident. e police say a man in his 20s was shot in the arm near fond du lac and custer. he is expected to survive. police believe they know who the
ran into the building, we thought he barricaded himnself into apartment buliding so we set up containment, so teu was called and they responded. t-e-u is the tactical enforcement unit. police say they were called in just as a precatuion. the suspect fled the scene and was not in the building. happening now - police are searching for a sex assault suspect. angelica is in studio with the latest. milwaukee police are asking for your help to find the suspect. picture sexually assaulted a 19-year old woman near 62-nd and fiebrantz on august 31-st. according to police -- he approached the woman, pointed a gun at her, and assaulted her. he has a dark complexion, muscular build, and gold front teeth. he was driving a dark-colored, full- size utility van. the co-founder of the neighborhood association there says residents in the area are on alert. antoinette vaughn, co-founder, capitol heights neighborhood association av 'i got the
about 50 residents to let them know about the news so they can be on guard and be watchful.' if you can identify the man in the sketch-- call milwaukee police. we've posted a link to m-p-d's phone number on our website... fox 6 now dot com. paying to park and cracking down on pokemon go... two hot topics involving milwaukee's lakefront. this morning the parks committee will get reports on both proposals as well as hear from the public. fox 6s derica williams joins us live downtown at the c more. these have been two hot-botton topics and now you can have the change to weigh in. a public hearing is set for this morning at 9 a-m , in room 201b here at the county courthouse -- regarding milwaukee county's 2017 park budget. . all this after the county board asked that the abele administration present informational reports on their proposals to
fees for parking along the lakefront the parks, energy, and environment committee chairman feel milwaukee's parks were created to boost the lives of all residents and officials must strive to ensure free use and access by all. the committee also wants residents to weigh in on the 2017 budget request submitted by the parks department and the administrations recommendation to charge for parking along lincoln memorial drive, and at lots at mckinle veterans park, north point, bradford beach and lake park. again a public hearing is set for this morning at 9 a-m dw fox6 news coming up - the special request made by tamir rice's mother to a city councilman. "i want to know every sibling that i have. i don't think that is ever going to be a
senator, johnson's been working to turn it into one. he wants to privatize social security putting benefits at risk. and he attacks medicare -- would turn it into a voucher program, costing seniors thousands out-of-pocket. don't let ron johnson turn social security into a johnson: ...legal ponzi scheme. narrator: senator johnson. not for seniors. not for wisconsin.
the fox 6 wakeup news. today: rain and thunderstorms off and on through the day. high: 76 dewpoint: 64 wind: sw-nw 5-15 mph tonight: rain and thunderstorms ending overnight. low: 60 dewpoint: 64 wind: n 3-5 mph new this morning - a retired indianapolis doctor... is accused of using his own sperm to help women at his fertility clinic become pregnant. 77-year-old doctor donald cline told patients he used sperm donated from medical students. but according to court records, he allegedly used his own sperm when he didn't have a donor sample. he allegedly did that
criminal in 20-14 because some of doctor cline's donor children sent official complaints. "i want to know every sibling that i have. i don't think that is ever going to be a possibility." "i just want validation i want to find out as much truth as i can but i know deep down that we will never ever know the complete truth as to how many siblings we have." cline denied the charges... but d-n-a evidence proves otherwise. new video emerges of a jogger... just before she was murdered in new york city last month. the video aired on "crime watch daily" ... and shows 30-year-old karina vetrano running in queens just hours before police found her body. detectives have recovered d-n-a samples from her fingernails and her cellphone. they've questioned several people and screened video from more than 100 surveillance cameras -- but so far
embarrassing... but imagine dialing 9-1- 1... and saying something so bad it lands you in jail? how that happened to a couple of guys in kentucky... straight ahead. plus - an update this morning... after a man was arrested for jumping the white house fence on thanksgiving... in what he called an act of protest. and new information that could impact thousands locally... as northwestern
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= major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays happening now - milwaukee police searching for a shooting suspect near fond du lac and custer. police say a man in his 20's was shot in the arm earlier this morning. the victim is expected to survive. this is an active situation. we'll keep updated as we learn more. developing this morning - the gazebo where 12-year-old tamir rice was killed... will be removed
when he was fatally shot by officer timothy loehmann in november of 20-14. loehmann said he thought the gun was real and that the boy looked older. rice's mother asked her city councilman that the gazebo be removed. the family's attorney says it will be taken apart and stored to eventually be part of an art exhibit. a tree will be planted in the new space with a memorial plaque in memory of tamir. the man who jumped the white house fence last thanksgiving.... pleads guilty to a charge of entering restricted grounds. a secret service officer spotted wearing an american flag. caputo made it onto the north lawn before being stopped. the 23-year-old displayed strange behavior, had reportedly written a suicide note, and was sent to a psychiatric facility after his arrest. he will be sentenced december sixth. the government agreed to recommend probation with several conditions... including that caputo stay away from washington and any people or buildings under secret service protection. a pocket dial to 9-1-1... lands two guys behind bars.
in kentucky... a dispatcher apparently overheard a conversation between gregory collins and justin cruse about drugs... so they pinged the phone and tracked collins down to a gas station. he was charged with possession of meth and heroin... while cruse was charged with possession of a handgun by a convicted felon. anchors chat/toss to rob rob's weather forecast from fox6 chief meteorologist rob haswell ahead of an front, we are seeing some rain and thunderstorms this morning and we can expect more this afternoon and evening. highs today will get into the mid 70s. behind the cold front, rain and thunder will slowly ease up and we should get back to sunshine
fall into the upper 60s. were back in the low 70s later this week with rain and thunderstorms returning friday and into saturday. sunday is a bit drier but still offers a slight chance for showers. today: rain and thunderstorms off and on through the day. high: 76 5-15 mph tonight: rain and thunderstorms ending overnight. low: 60 dewpoint: 64 wind: n 3-5 mph wednesday:early am showers then becoming partly sunny. high: 68 dewpoint: 57 wind: ne 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. am low:
northwestern mutual will announce how many jobs it's cutting in "a few more weeks." executives say they still don't know how many jobs will be cut yet. employees say they were sent a video message at the beginning of the month -- warning them of the potential layoffs to come. the company cited the current low investment rates for customers, as a factor in the cuts. northwestern mutual employs roughly 59-hundred people loc and franklin. the company's goal: decreasing the size of the waistband... not the size of its profits. the big upheaval coming to a popular health company... coming up. and speaking of dieting... burger king is adding some flavor to one of its most popular items. and it's that time of year again - we'll tell you when olive garden's pasta
the weight watchers c-e-o calls it quits... after a tumultuous year. james chambers will leave on september 30th... after three years on the job. a group of executives will take over while the company searches for a new c-e-o. the weight loss company has struggled... shedding clients because of tough competition with nutrisystem and free services aimed at helping people manage weight. not even celebrity endorsements like oprah winfrey have been able to help boost profit. and if you diet... you might want to cover your ears for the next minute. burger king is introducing "cheetos chicken fries." "cheetos chicken fries" go on sale tomorrow at participating restaurants. the new treat that's deep-fried chicken with a cheesy cheeto breading will cost you two-89 for a nine-piece order. it's not the first time burger king and cheetos have teamed up. in june, the chain came out with "mac- n-cheetos" - basically fried macaroni and cheese poppers with cheetos'
don't fill you up... how about bottomless bowls of pasta? olive garden says the next installment of its popular "never ending pasta bowl" promotion will be its biggest ever. up to 21-thousand of the passes will be sold online for one hour beginning this thursday at 1:00. this year is the promotion's 21st anniversary. the pass costs a hundred dollars and is good from october third through november 20th. buyers can enjoy unlimited pasta with toppings, soup or salad, bread-sticks, and soft drinks for seven weeks. a special prosecutor is assigned to represent the state in the case against steven avery. why the manitowoc's district attorney is no longer assigned the the case. new details this morning about the baby who was shot in a car on the interstate. what police believe lead up to the shooting. milwaukee officers -- still searching for a prisoner who allegedly escaped from police custody. what charges he was facing when he was first arrested. you have a chance to weigh in on possible regulations of "pokemon go" in public parks in milwaukee county. what other big
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women make less than men doing the same job. i'll work for equal pay for women, and for paid leave so parents can care for a sick family member.
wakeup news. happening right now - brown deer police are investigating a fatal shooting from overnight. details on the investigation - and the su ahead. plus: "after him killing her, its just, there shouldnt be anything in reference to him any more" also ahead... a mother on a mission. how one woman hopes to turn her grief into good... for other victims of domestic violence. anchors adlib welcome back rob's weather today: rain and thunderstorms off
76 dewpoint: 64 wind: sw-nw 5-15 mph tonight: rain and thunderstorms ending overnight. low: 60 dewpoint: 64 wind: n 3-5 mph = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays breaking overnight - brown deer police investigate a fatal shooting. police were called to algonquin manor senior apartments near 50th and bradley just after ten last
the way to the hospital. police say the suspect was still on scene when officers arrived and was taken into custody. officials say the suspect and victim knew each other. and breaking news out of milwaukee. police reopen streets near fond du lac and custer... where they were searching for a shooting suspect. police say a man was shot in the arm. police thought the suspect was inside an apartment building... but it turned out that person fled the scene. police believe they know who the suspect is. a tactical enforcement unit was called in precaution. police say the public is not in any danger. you can weigh in this morning on two hot topics in milwaukee county.... limiting public park use for people playing pokemon go.... and a proposal to add parking fees along the lakefront. fox 6s derica williams has more on an important meeting this morning at the county courthouse. milwaukee county parks officials aren't fans of the game -- saying many park patrons and neighbors are complaining of parking, litter
debut of the popular augmented reality game. at a public hearing this morning at county courthouse -- the public will also get to weigh in on that and the proposed parking meters on the lakefront. the committee also wants residents input on the 2017 budget request submitted by the parks department and the administrations recommendation to charge for parking along lincoln memorial drive, and at lots at mckinley marina, veterans beach and lake park. also today the first of nine county-wide public workshops to take place this evening as part of the department of parks, recreation and cultures 'parks with purpose' planning campaign. information gathered will support the two major park planning efforts underway- the 10-year parks system master and the 2050 park & open space plan. that forum will begin tonight at 6:30 at kosciuszko park community center,
also happening today: testimony continues for the man charged in connection with a fire that killed two young children. opening statements were made yesterday in michael morgan's trial. prosecutors say the fire was intentionally set by morgan in milwaukee had been suspended since last week-- after a witness for the prosecution never showed up. the witness was eventually found -- and he's being held in the milwaukee county jail on unrelated charges. morgan is facing numerous charges including two counts of reckless homicide. meanwhile... a court hearing will be held this morning regarding the future of a troubled smoke shop in milwaukee. police say they've been called to this tobacco shop at 27th and kilbourn more than 400 times in two and a half-years... and according to court documents... the city wants to get rid of
down....and the city and owners have not been able to reach an agreement regarding its future... forcing the issue to be decided in court. new photos are being released... after a baby was shot while in her car seat on i-43 sunday night. angelica's in studio with more details... and angelica... how is the baby doing? a go fund me page set up by friends of the family... says two-month-old ava schowalter has been released from the hospital. the milwaukee county sheriff's office released new photos... showing the bullet-p ava's car seat. officials are calling the shooting a case of apparent road rage. according to the go fund me account - the bullet that was fired... barely missed ava's spine. this morning... the sheriff's office is still trying to identify the shooter's car. meanwhile... friends are trying to raise money to help pay for ava's medical bills... car repairs.. and a new car seat. if you'd like to donate something the link to that page is on our website, fox-6-now-dot-com. a mother... suffering a horrific tragedy: losing her baby
now... alexia dailey is fighting in memory of her daughter... to protect others from domestic violence. ruben garcia is serving 2 life sentences for killing 5 month k-eye-ree kairii .. and family friend-- paul koo- har-check kucharczyk. but he has a chance to be released after 60 years... that's one of the reasons kairii's mom says she's working on 'kairii's law'--- something she hopes will change sentencing in domestic violence cases going forward. it just makes me feel really proud, and its not like i want to boast about it or anything its just like it even the tiniest little difference she's also working to get kairii's last name changed. the request for the name change has been filed. dailey's attorney says they need to focus on that first, before shifting their focus to kairii's law. there's still a long road ahead.. and it might not be an easy one.. but dailey says it's one she's willing to take on. developing now - a judge has
wisconsin - after steven avery's request for extensive testing in his homicide case. avery claims manitowoc county officials framed him for teresa halbach's death in 2005. court documents show a judge is replacing manitowoc's district attorney because of a conflict of interest. the new attorney is norman gahn -- a former milwaukee county assistant district attorney. the news comes the same day steven avery's former attorney speaks at marquette university. dean strang reacted to the wisconsin attorney general's decision to keep brendan dassey in prisn fox6's jonathon gregg has more reaction from strang. in august a federal judge ruled the confession of a 16 year old brendan dassey was inadmissible because it was coerced by investigators. "whether he came to the right or the wrong conclusion, i think all those things are true about it, it was good judicial handy-work." brenden dassey would be set free within 90 days unless the state attorney general filed an appeal, which brad schimel did
momentum preserve the status quo.." strang says he was not surprised by the schimel's decision to appeal the decision to free dassey. "the state often is very interested in preserving the status quo and the status quo right now is that brendan dassey is convicted, he is in prison and this sort of inexorable pressure to keep him there i think makes it no surprise the attorney general's office sought to appeal." strang never represented dassey..and hasnt represented steven avery for a decade but says theres a dasseys conviction or any other conviction for that matter. "it means acknowledging a significant wrong or a mistake, which is hard. it means potentially putting a victim's through another trial." the u.s. circuit court of appeals will have the next say. "in the end you come down one way or another and that's always contestable a higher court or different court may see it differently or may
strang in a new round of "making a murderer" episodes. strang confirmed earlier this summer he has sat down with the filmmakers for new interview..but doesn't know if it will be used. jonathon gregg fox 6 news fox6 news has tracked the avery case from the beginning. check out our collection of avery stories... going back as far as 2003. just search "avery archive" on fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app. now to a story you'll only see on fox 6 - new information... about the suspect caught on cm back of a police transport vehicle. fox6 obtained cell phone video of the suspect getting away. this morning... we've learned that suspect is 17-year-old "raymond barfield." the police van stopped at a light near 42nd and silver spring-- when barfield popped out of the back of the van-- and ran. he had been arrested sunday afternoon on a handful of charges-- including a carjacking from last year. milwaukee police say they are still trying to determine how barfield was able to escape from the police van. at last check -- he's still on the run.
diagnosis would be such a big deal - but coming up - we'll show you how it's complicating her campaign. plus - details on a new investigation underway... over laquan mcdonald's shooting death in chicago. and... north carolina's controversial "bathroom law" ... now costing the state even more business... as a major organization says goodbye. rain and thunderstorms today. high in the mid 70s. right now . when we dry up next! ....our weather expert rob haswell
wakeup news. rob's weather today: rain and thunderstorms off and on through the day. high: 76 dewpoint: 64 wind: sw-nw 5-15 mph tonight: rain and thunderstorms ending overnight. low: 60 dewpoint: 64 wind: n 3-5 mph traffic check red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no
milwaukee...police are searching for a shooting suspect in a separate incident. police say a man in his 20s was shot in the arm near fond du lac and custer. he is expected to survive. police believe they know who the suspect is. police believe the suspect ran into an apartment building... before later fleeing the scene. a tactical enforcement unit was called in just as a precaution. stay with fox 6 and fox 6 now dot com new developments this morning in the investigation of laquan mcdonald's shooting death. angelica's following that story and more from across america. a grand jury will now investigate whether there was a possible chicago police cover-up in laquan mcdonald's shooting. a special prosecutor is handling the murder case against police officer jason van dyke... who fired the fatal shots that killed mcdonald in 2014. but the grand jury will investigate whether other officers on the
dash cam video was made public. police superintendent eddie johnson has moved to fire 4 officers and a sergeant involved in the case. the wells fargo executive who oversaw the division accused of creating fake accounts... is set to retire with millions of dollars. 53-hundred employees were fired for creating millions of unauthorized accounts in customers' names. the executive in charge of that division... carrie tolstedt... is retiring later this year with 124 million dollars. wells fargo is being fined 185 million the company won't comment on whether the bank is planning to take away any of tolstedts bonuses. investigators now say they are investigating a fire at a florida mosque as a possible hate crime. a fire broke out early yesterday morning at the mosque formerly attended by the orlando nightclub shooter. investigators say video surveillance shows someone approaching the islamic center of "fort pierce"
officials say given that the attack happened around the 9-11 anniversary and the start of a muslim holiday... eid al- adha they believe it could have been a hate crime. hillary clinton now says she "got dizzy but didn't lose consciousness" on the way out of a 9/11 memorial sunday. she was diagnosed with pneumonia last friday, but that wasn't made public until sunday's episode. and now she says the reason for that: she "didn't think it was going to be that big of a deal." but as fox6's theo keith reports -- it's still causing issues for her campaign. monday explaining what you're seeing in this video.it shows clinton unsteady on her feet. aides had to help her into a campaign van. a spokesman says she became "overheated,"at a september 11th memorial. hours passed, before the campaign said that clinton had been diagnosed with pneumonia two days before. david axelrod, a former aide to president obama, tweeted, "antibiotics can take care of pneumonia. what's the cure for an unhealthy penchant for privacy that repeatedly
clinton spokeswoman responded by admitting, "we could've done better yesterday." transparency and forthcomingness has been a problem for the campaign all along, and in our polling, has been her weakest character trait clinton's campaign is vowing to release more details on her medical history to dispel rumors that there's more to the story. she's missing two days worth of events to rest. julie mitchell, an internal medicine doctor at froedtert and the medical college of wisconsin, says an otherwise health woman would recover by taking an antibiotic if youre really, really busy and not getting much sleep, your immune system might be down and you might be more susceptible for taking an infection that might normally just be a cold and turning it into a pneumonia, and then you do need to have that rest to recover from it, because it is a deep infection neither clinton or trump have released very detailed medical histories. trump said monday morning that he hoped clinton gets well soon. adding that he recently had a
in the newsroom, theo keith, fox6 news. for the latest in the presidential campaigns... download the fox6 news app -- and click on the "politics" tab. rob's weather forecast from fox6 chief meteorologist rob haswell ahead of an approaching cold front, we are seeing some rain and thunderstorms this morning and we can expect mo evening. highs today will get into the mid 70s. behind the cold front, rain and thunder will slowly ease up and we should get back to sunshine by wednesday afternoon. highs will fall into the upper 60s. were back in the low 70s later this week with rain and
saturday. sunday is a bit drier but still offers a slight chance for showers. today: rain and thunderstorms off and on through the day. high: 76 dewpoint: 64 wind: sw-nw 5-15 mph tonight: rain and thunderstorms ending overnight. wind: n 3-5 mph wednesday:early am showers then becoming partly sunny. high: 68 dewpoint: 57 wind: ne 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. am low: 50 high: 72 dewpoint: 58 wind: se 5-10 mph
am low: 55 high: 72 dewpoint: 61 wind: s 5-10 mph saturday: showers and a slight chance for thunderstorms. am low: 58 high: 76 dewpoint: 59 wind: nw 5-10 mph sunday: partly sunny with a slight chance for showers. am low: 59 high: 72 dewpoint: 50 wind: e 5-10 mph chief meteorologist rob haswell ahead of an approaching cold front, we are seeing some rain and thunderstorms this morning and we can expect more this afternoon and evening. highs today will get into the mid 70s. behind the cold front, rain and thunder will slowly ease up and we should get back to sunshine by wednesday afternoon. highs will fall into the upper 60s. were back in the low 70s later this week with rain and thunderstorms returning friday and into saturday. sunday is a bit drier but still offers a slight chance for showers. today: rain and thunderstorms off and on through the day. high: 76 dewpoint: 64 wind: sw-nw
thunderstorms ending overnight. low: 60 dewpoint: 64 wind: n 3-5 mph wednesday:early am showers then becoming partly sunny. high: 68 dewpoint: 57 wind: ne 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. am low: 50 high: 72 dewpoint: 58 wind: se 5-10 mph friday: mostly cloudy with a chance for thunderstorms. am low: 55 high: 72 dewpoint: 61 wind: s 5-10 mph saturday: showers and a slight chance for thunderstorms. am low: 58 high: 76 dewpoint: 59 wind: nw 5-10 mph sunday: partly sunny with a slight chance for showers. am low: 59 high: 72 dewpoint: 50 wind: e 5-10 mph right now - the controversial construction of a pipeline in north dakota is now on hold. the obama administration has temporarily stopped the project near a lake, regarded as sacred by a native american tribe. in the meantime... yahoo sports is now reporting a member of wisconsin badgers' basketball team is
bronson koenig began posting on social media about the pipeline roughly two weeks ago. now... yahoo says koenig... his older brother miles... and trainer clint parks... are leaving madison on friday and driving to a protest camp near bismarck. the pipeline thousands of native americans are protesting... would carry crude oil through south dakota to refineries in illinois. but the "standing rock sioux" tribe says it would destroy an area that once was the confluence of the missouri and cannonball rivers tribe for generations. koenig also retweeted a post from his trainer... announcing a free basketball camp for native american children saturday night. this morning... the n-c-doubla-a is pulling seven championship events from north carolina... due to the controversial "bathroom law." critics say the law is discriminatory toward the transgender community. the n-c-double-a is pulling the first two rounds of the men's division one basketball tournament in greensboro... as well as the women's division one soccer
announced it would pull its 20-17 all-star game from charlotte due to the law... and a number of concerts have been canceled statewide to protest the measure. coming up - how beyonce helped one man put a ring on it... in front of thousands of people. plus: squawking "that is not how a chicken sounds. chickens don't clap! chickens don't clap" okay... so chickens don't clap - but fans of "arrested development" might be clapping when they hear what one of the stars said about the show's "we're off to the county zoo for elephant appreciation day, where we'll get to meet with and learn about the largest mammals in milwaukee. anchor adlib over live pic you
captain ashley everett... during a performance of beyonce's hit "all the single ladies." everett said yes... and then got right back to dancing... after a group hug with the other dancers. the bride-to-be later tweeted... "he liked it so he put a ring on it." meanwhile... scary moments on stage for ryan lochte... after two protesters rushed the stage of "dancing with the stars." it all happened right after his performance... while the judges were critiquing lochte. the show was live, but a-b-c - not the protesters. security guards detained the two men. they are under arrest on suspicion of criminal trespassing. lochte says after the incident he felt "a little hurt"...but says he has to "brush it off." after 18 nominations... amy poehler is finally taking home an emmy award. poehler won "outstanding guest actress in a comedy series" along with tina fey for their recent appearance on an episode of "saturday night live." she is also best known for her work on "parks and recreation." a former fox comedy with a cult following... is reportedly on
family who lost everything, and the one son who had no choice but to keep them all together" jessica walter... who played lucille bluth... talked about the show backstage at the creative arts emmys this weekend... saying future episodes are "looking real good" and that "everybody is on board." the fourth season was streamed exclusively on netflix in 20-13, after fox canceled the show in 20-06. now at seven --- police are investigating a deadly shooting happening overnight in brown deer. ahead how officers were able to take a suspect into custody. plus --- from parking to pokemon changes could be coming to milwaukee's lakefront. coming up -- how you can voice your concerns to milwaukee county's parks
wakeup! time now x:xx weather ahead of an approaching cold front, we are seeing some rain and thunderstorms this morning and we can expect more this afternoon and evening. highs today will get into the mid 70s. behind the cold front, rain and thunder will slowly ease up and we should get back to sunshine by wednesday afternoon. highs will fall into the u this week with rain and thunderstorms returning friday and into saturday. sunday is a bit drier but still offers a slight chance for showers. today: rain and thunderstorms off and on through the day. high: 76 dewpoint: 64 wind: sw-nw 5-15 mph tonight: rain and thunderstorms ending overnight. low: 60 dewpoint: 64 wind: n 3-5 mph anchor adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays
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