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now at seven --- protesters hit the streets of charlotte, north carolina overnight after police shoot a black man they say was armed. ahead what investigators say sparked the deadly incident. plus --- new developments in the investigation into the man accused of setting off bombs in new york and new jersey. ahead where the f-b-i says he bought the bomb making materials. and a very soggy start to this wednesday morning --- with showers and ahead chief meteorologist rob haswell has details on our risk for flooding. good morning and welcome back to wakeup! time now x:xx weather forecast from fox6 chief meteorologist rob haswell a frontal boundary will move over our area and to the south this morning with the first round of rain and thunderstorms and then drift farther north again this afternoon. with that front in the area today and tomorrow, we can
tomorrow and possibly lingering into friday. temperatures will range with areas along and south of the front in the upper 70s to low 80s and areas north of to the southeast. to the southeast. moderate rain across the area but the storm line has moved its way off to the south and east. to the north and west still a pretty good amount of rain and thunderstorms, tracking that for the remainder of the morning. and more rain and thunderstorm and the traffic right now if youay accidents. a lot of it
likely going to be done for long because there will be more storms rolling in later on today and overnight tonight into thursday so the wake-up forecast definitely calling for some rain gear and we will give see temperatures set -- 80 south. the rain and stormsr definitely look at the roads wet andedff accidents eastbound. in the tunnel. maier festival park is going to the dogs this weekend. petfest is back for another year
numbers, pretty good soaking from earlytu this morning. butm is still raining out there and it's pretty great and damp. righti now, the regional airport lots of78 puddles at the middle school 51 degrees, very windy conditions and 61. look at the timew lapse, you can see this line that came in and ray southeast 60 miles an hour. off, you cann still see some ran in thea area, aunt occasional rumble of thunder, falling frequently this morning. the rainfalll numbers, -- coming in and the doppler, moving through and intour the system bt it does show further north and
inch commit two, 3 inches in some spots inlo this was round: one of brown 2 with heavy rain.w potential fledgling --: t flooding that. have seen heavy rainfall. and sheboygan county, fond du lac under flash flood watch today throughgh thursday. so wah that very, very closely. and under a specific flood watch. temperatures middle upper '70s, the front, as i will show you, north of the school, either break, -- pulled back to you this outside this pocket of thunderstorms, but there is more off to the north and west from there. quite a bit to the immediate west. and northwest of the area,
moment, one front commit north and the 2 web them basically merge over the next little while because of stationary front sitting across the region, kind of a superhighway for weather with warm and along the front. let's look ahead and we will show you tomorrow's weather today. as we get into the afternoon, we start getting back into rain and thunderstorms as we go through the afternoon and this eveng and overnight. and it looks like right now nine or ten come another line mimic's this morning's line, you see it at 9:30 and down through the area. fact come up by following the same path of this morning's line they up the risks for flooding in the exact same spot as this morning. more rain has we go to thursday morning and a little bit more thursday afternoon, evening, but it does he's up a little bit
friday. slow, steady as we eventually dry up in time for the weekend but the next 48 hours plus will be on the westside. so don't ground, turn around, and all good today. eighty they high today commit 78 with rain and thunderstorms. then a little bit on friday in through the weekend we dry up. but aided today to 70 on friday, saturday, low 70s sunday and monday. ! she likes roller skating, going to summer festivals and going to school. here's a big birthday smile from paisley in franklin! she likes riding her bike, swimming and drawing. it's time for isaiah in
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7:xx stormy at times today with a concern for flooding in some areas. right now with a high near 80. our risk of severe storms next. fox six is the place to be on wednesday nights. a new action/comedy thriller joining a fan favorite drama tonight. nervous? please i've been a cop for 22 years, i'm just excited to get back to work that's all." the classic "lethal weapon" franchise is coming to the small screen. the show stars damon wayans and clayne crawford as police partners dealing with very different personal and professional lives. while it sounds like the movie series --- "lethal weapon" star keesha sharp says
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erupting in north carolina overnight after charlotte police shot and killed a man yesterday. ahead --- how this could impact the race for the white house. moving out of the area this morning --- after a very loud start to the day. ahead chief meterologist rob haswell has details on a second round of storms. thanks for staying with wakeup.. time now x:xx.. kim, nicole and angelica adlib toss to wx forecast from fox6 chief meteorologist rob haswell a frontal boundary will move over our area and to the south this morning with the first round of rain and thunderstorms and then drift farther north again this afternoon. with that front in the area today and tomorrow, we can expect periods of rain and thunderstorms today and tomorrow and possibly lingering into friday. temperatures will range with
violent protests in charlotte, north carolina overnight after a police officer shot and killed a black this comes on the heels of another police shooting in oklahoma last week doug luzader reports both incidents are certain to become issues out on presidential campaign trail later today. big protests in charlotte -- even though some of the basic facts here are in dispute. but this happens in an already politically charged environment. pkg protesters moved into the streets of charlotte -- and eventually began to take over interstate 85, appearing to loot trucks and set fires....
using tear gas. this after a black police officer shot and killed 43 year old keith lamont scott, who was also black. police say he was armed, posing a threat, but some dispute that. mos: "they jumped out they trucks. they said hands up. he got a gun, he got a gun. pow, pow, pow, pow, pow. that's it. he had no gun." this after police in tulsa shot and killed an unarmed black man on friday, also leading to protests. and democratic presidential nominee with them during a radio interview yesterday. hrc: "we have got to do everything possible to improve policing to go right at implicit bias.' williams: " and what you see right now is with the polls tightening, there is a great deal of concern about whether or not the latino vote and the black vote are sufficiently energized for hillary clinton" republican nominee donald trump also reaching out to minorities
nats/quick/trump: "11:50:21 i am here to listen to you and i've been doing that" but what clinton has is the president himself, who is clearly trying to build on what may be lackluster support. obama: 21:42:34 i will consider it a personal insult, an insult to my legacy, if this community lets down its guard and fails to activate itself in this election. applause. luzader tag varies tainted drinking water-- disease outbreaks. wisconsin lawmakers are expected to launch an investigation intro the veterans home at king. the feds-- citing the veterans home at king for an incident in which staff decided not to perform c-p-r on a 94 year old man. the state, which runs the waupaca county veterans home, is appealing. julie collins live downtown
the conditions at the wisconsin veterans home at king all too well. the home will be the subject of a public hearing in madison today. king is located about two hours northwest of milwaukee-- in waupaca county. concerns started surfacing in 2005. lawmakers are about to audit the facility-- after claims of injuries, infections and tainted drinking water. the daughter of a former rese given medication he was allergic to... and had conditions that went untreated. walter sundling was a resident at king from in april of 2012 until he passed in march of 2015. the family documented everything.... and says no one listened to their concerns about abuse... his family says officials at the wisconsin veterans home at king... ignored and overmedicated sundling after he suffered a leg wound for three months. the family wrote letters to king officials, legislators... and even sent complaints directly to
families of veterans take, of neglect and abuse. something finally, truly gets done.' one of the legislative audit committee co-chairs says she expects members to approve the audit, which would likely start next week and be done next summer. democrats are asking why an audit wasn't done 11 months ago, when a democratic senator first requested one. one republican tells fox6 that the state auditor was booked at that time. reporting live downtown milwaukee - julie collins, fox 6 news. for more details on the allegations of mistreatment at the veterans home just visitour website -- fox six now dot com, or your fox six news mobile app. we're expected to learn more today about next year's air and water show. organizers will be holding a news conference this morning - announcing details of the show. the "blue angels" will be the headliners...and will also be at today's event.
15th and 16th. and then sobelman's pub and grill expected to make announcement today about a possible new location in waukesha county. we should learn more around 10:30 this morning. this comes as milwaukee's common council votes unanimously to reinstate the liquor license for the restaurant's marquette location. new clues on a hit-and-run in racine that sent two people to the hospital. angelcia is here with the latest on this developing story. we brought you this as breai up. the incident in mount pleasant --- on highway 32 near first street. police say the two men were walking down the median when they stepped off-- trying to flag someone down -- and that's when they were struck. the vehicle fled the scene -- but it was later found in a kenosha parking lot. it had heavy damage to the windshield and the driver's side. police say the investigation has been difficult -- because the people that were hit -- were intoxicated. certainly, you know, alcohol was a factor. i dont know what level of intoxication they were, but the officers at the scene said they had trouble getting
the scene for false reports of a gunshot victim. around the world --- torrential rains hit indonesia killing more than a dozen. and there's still confusion over who attacked an aid convoy in syria. jessob is in the newsroom with details. the u-s is blaming russia....but russia is denying that their forces or syrian forces were involved in the attack. aleppo after the truck carrying supplies came under fire. the united nations has suspended all aid deliveries in the war torn region pending a review. u-s bombers once again taking to the skies over south korea . the fly over is meant to be a show of force to north korea following the country's recent nuclear test. this is the second time this month september that the u-s has deployed b-1-b
nineteen people in indonesia. the indonesian island of java getting slammed with torrential rains overnight. all that water triggering floods and landslides. in addition to the deaths ... dozens of people are still missing. the samsung galaxy note seven is back in stores today. what you need to know about the safety of the phones. one of hollywood's big power couples is calling it quits. the story behind "bradgelina's" big divorce. carl's job is a little "ruff" today-- he's hanging out at petfest this morning!
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wakeup news. forecast from fox6 chief meteorologist rob haswell a frontal boundary will move over our area and to the south this morning with the first round of rain and thunderstorms and then drift farther north again this afternoon. with that front in the area today and tomorrow, we can expect periods of rain and thunderstorms today and tomorrow and possibly lingering into
with areas along and south of the front in the upper 70s to low 80s and areas north of the front a few degrees cooler. we settle down saturday but another disturbance arrives for later sunday in to monday. dick adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays it's a celebration of all things four- legged friends and it's
can expect periods of rain and thunderstorms today and tomorrow and possibly lingering into friday. temperatures will range with areas along and south of the front in the upper 70s to low 80s and areas north of the front a few degrees cooler. we settle down saturday but another disturbance arrives for later sunday in to monday. today: periods of rain and thunderstorms. high: 80 dewpoint: 69 wind: sw 5-10 mph tonight: periods of rain and thunderstorms. low: 67 dewpoint: 70 wind: se 3-5 mph thursday: mostly cloudy with periods of rain and thunderstorms. high: 78 dewpoint: 66 wind: e 5-10 mph friday: mostly cloudy with a chance for thunderstorms. am low: 65 high: 70 dewpoint: 62 wind: e 5-10 mph saturday: becoming partly sunny. am low: 57 high: 68 dewpoint: 59 wind: e 5-10 mph sunday: partly thunderstorms at night. am low: 55 high: 72 dewpoint: 60 wind: se 5-10 mph monday: partly sunny with a chance for thunderstorms in the morning. am low: 50 high: 70 dewpoint: 55 wind: nw 5-10 mph a surprise split in tinseltown as the one of hollywood's hottest couples says it's a wrap. brad pitt and angelina jolie are
"brangelina" break-up. a shocking hollywood break-up as angelina jolie has filed for divorce from brad pitt... nat serafin says: "people are just shocked and social media are going crazy cause this was the hollywood couple you thought would be the one couple that would make it through." attorney robert offer released a statement to the associated press on behalf of jolie---saying the decision to divorce was made quote -- family'. brad released a statement to people magazine saying "i am very saddened by this but what matters most now is the well being of our kids" nat pop: jolie and pitt have 6 children together and have been together for 12 years - tying the knot just two years ago in august. snd full: mr and mrs smith trailer serafin says: "this goes back to mr and mrs smith, when they met filming it in 2003 for that 2005 movie, they were together for a very long time, brad
even though the famous couple has been covered exhaustively by the tabloids, the divorce filing seemed to catch the public by surprise... serafin says: "they've had a life that they have lived in front of everyone and they have been through thick and thin and ups and down in their own personal lives and i think that is why this is such a shock to so many people." nat pop in hollywood, adam housley, fox news. chick fil a is opening a new wisconsin restaurant-- and it's celebrating by giving out free food! when you can grab a free chick n mini. kim/dgx speaking of food... there's hot dogs... and there's hamburgers.... but how about both? details on the meal that brings both delicious meals together all under one bun. but first --- take a look at that face! we'll meet sadie mlady after the
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