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north carolina where several police officers are hurt after a night of unrest. what investigators are saying about the deadly officer-involved shooting that sparked the overnight protests. plus - a stormy start today witho heavy rain and even some rumbles of thunder this morning. rob is tracking today's storm-- how long the wet weather is expected to last. good morning and welcome back to wakeup.. time now x adlib weather forecast 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 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
a black man-- killed by a black police officer. kim is in the newsroom with details. the streets of charlotte north carolinaare now quiet -- littered with broken glass and rocks this morning -- after a night full of unrest. protesters lined along the streets-- shutting down the highway, and throwing water bottles and rocks at police officers. at least a dozen officers were hurt and some squad cars were destroyed. this all comes after police shot and killed 43-year-old keith lamont scott yesterday police say they were warrant when they saw scott inside a car. officers say he got out of the car holding a gun, then went back inside the vehicle. that's when police opened fire. "in the apartment complex parking lot, this subject was out with a weapon..they engaged him and one of the officers felt a lethal threat and fired his weapon because of that." scott was taken to a nearby hospital where he later died.
continues. milwaukee police are investigation an overnight shooting this morning. police say a man was walking in the area near 23rd and clark around two a-m -- when someone fired shots at him -- possibly from a passing car. he was taken to the hospital and is expected to survive. so far - no suspects are in custody....and police continue to investigate. three people are taken into custody after a crash in milwaukee's riverwest neighborhood. police say they received a complaint of people with guns north just after ten. when squads arrived...the suspects took off in a jeep. the car ended up rolling over near richards and meinecke. two people ran away but were eventually caught...and taken to the hospital as a precaution. the driver suffered more serious injuries - and also taken to the hospital. all three had guns on them...and police continue to investigate. two women are in the hospital this morning after getting hit by cars in two separate incidents. one was hit near 60th and holt -- while walking in the intersection.
the woman suffered serious injuries. the driver did remain on scene after the crash. and then on the city's north side -- a woman was hit by a van near 58th and villard. we're told she ended up getting hit again --- after falling in the opposite lane of traffic. it happened just after six thirty last night. both drivers remained at the scene. the woman is in critical condition. this morning concerns over what's happening at a wisconsin veterans home. federal regulators cited the veterans home at king after staff decided no elderly resident. but other allegations are surfacing. lets go to our own julie collins, live for more . responding to other allegations of tainted drinking water and disease outbreaks...wisconsin democrats call for a special session to fix problems. lawmakers are now about to launch an audit of the home. senate democrats want to know what took so long. 11 months ago, a democratic senator writes that she's concerned about
in a water heater at king. the legislative audit committee is holding a public hearing later today. one of the co-chairs says she expects members to approve the audit, which would likely start next week and be done next summer. some democrats want to increase funding for king immediately. republicans seem to be fine, seem to be ok, with using this audit as a delay tactic and a smokescreen while not addressing immediate actions there is a problem that he believes should be part of the budget discussion, he can get that information to us earlier 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. one of the legislative audit committee co-chairs says she expects the audit to be done by next summer. although if the auditor finds
a milwaukee family is sharing their story about how a family member was treated at the king veteran's home. they say world war two vet walter sundling was overmedicated during his time there. they wrote complaints to king officials, legislators and even governor walker... but they say their concerns were always ignored. sb 'he said, he received better care for his foot in a german pow camp than he did for his leg wounds at the king va facility.' constipation ultimately lead to severe bleeding... and two heart attacks. he passed away in march of 2015. new numbers show crime is down big time around the marquette campus. angelica's in studio with the details. the university is crediting the declines to a big change. it's now been over a year since
commissioned police department. marquette is the first private university in the state to make the move. marquette's police department says the department has become more efficient. robberies are down more than 40 percent, battery and assault is down more than 60 percent and burglaries are down over 20 percent. marquette's police department has 40 commissioned officers on staff. hamburger or hotdog. how one guy is putting an end to the mealtime debate. some local chick fil a restaurants are giving out some free food this morning. celebrating and what you can score for breakfast. carl's day is going to the dogs this morning. he's live out at
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wakeup news. 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 areas along and south of the front in 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 dick adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no
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 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:
mph tonight: periods of rain and thunderstorms. low: 67 dewpoint: 70 wind: se 3-5 mph 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 farthe 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 areas along and south of the front in the upper 70s to low 80s and areas
celebrating its newest location in wisconsin by giving away free food today! until 10-30 this morning you can go to any of the five restaurants and get a free chick-n-minis. it's a bite-sized chick-fil-a nugget nestled inside a roll brushed with honey butter. there is no purchase necessary and only one per customer. chick-fil-a has locations in brookfield, greendale, oak creek and mount pleasant. the company is opening its newest tomorrow. hotdog or hamburger? now you'll no longer have to make that decision when grilling. take a look at the ham-dog! a guy in australia came up with the idea. it combines a hamburger and hot dog all under one bun - the burger is cut in half, and then a hotdog is put in the
combination. according to reports --- mark anthony murray secured a u-s patent for the creation in 20-09... but it wasn't known until he pitched the "hamdog" on the australian version of "shark tank" last year. lineup on fox tonight... what you can expect on the season premiers of lethal weapon and empire. 95 days and counting until christmas! and the white house is already preparing. where they're getting this year's christmas tree. two deadly officer-involved shootings in two separate cities in just a matter of days is sparking protests. we have the latest on the night of unrest in charlotte, north carolina and the ongoing investigation in
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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 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 tonig and thunderstorms. low: 67 dewpoint: 70 wind: se 3-5 mph anchor adlibs traffic red on
has details on how it all went down. protests... erupting in north carolina......after charlotte police shot and killed a man while looking to serve a warrant tuesday. mos "there is something going on across this nation that needs to be addressed. my child, my nephews, i am concerned."police say while officers looked for the individual named in the warrant, they encountered another man... who, they say, was armed. chief kerr putney, charlotte-mecklenburg police "made some imminent threat to them and because of that, at officers fired rounds at the subject."the officer involved in the shooting is now on paid administrative leave. the demonstrations in charlotte... ...following other protests in tulsa, oklahoma... ...after the fatal shooting of an unarmed african american man friday. police video shows 40-year-old terence crutcher walking to his vehicle with his hands up, followed by officers. he stands for a moment beside the s-u-v... ...then ... nat sot "shots fired!"crutcher -- lies on the pavement fatally wounded after one officer fires. officer betty shelby - now on paid
actions. scott wood / officer's attorney "he gets to the window of the suv and has his hands in the air, and his left hand goes into the window."criticism over the shooting - fueled by what's seen in the video .... and what is heard. nat sot "that looks like a bad dude too. might be on something."crutcher' s sister, responding to that characterization of her brother. tiffany crutcher, terence's twin sister "that big, bad dude was my twin brother. that big, bad dude was a father."i'm reid binion reporting. brother. that big, bad dude was a father."i'm reid binion reporting. disease outbreaks. a waupaca county veterans home...hailed by governor scott walker as "five-star," has been flagged by federal regulators. this after an incident when staff decided not to perform c-p-r on a 94 year old man. there are other allegations surfacing -- our julie collins is live with details. a milwaukee family says it knows the conditions at the wisconsin veterans home at king all too well. the home will be the subject of a public
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 resident says her father was 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 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 governor walker. kw 'how much more can our families of veterans take, of
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. investigating a cat hoarding situation. 3 dead cats and 7 living were found inside a home off sheridan road. police were called to the home to check on an 85-year-old woman. that's when they say they discovered the animals. they say the home was covered in mold, urine and feces. the health department did an air quality check and determined it was uninhabitable. its just not safe to live in at
police say the home had no working plumbing and electricity was only partially functioning. the elderly woman is ok and is staying with family. it's unclear whether charges will be filed. new details on the two dozen dogs seized from a home in racine. all but two of them will be returned to the rescue organization "lucky mutts." the dogs were taken from a branch of the operation after they were found in filthy conditions. the current head of "lucky mutts" has provided ownership documentation for most of them and wants them returned. mutts" was run by 33-year-old heather jensen. she and her boyfriend "terry bogard" are both charged with 26 counts of animal mistreatment in the case. we're following some big announcements in the city of milwaukee this morning. angelica's in studio with the latest. today, we'll be hearing more about next year's water air and water show. it was canceled this year because of funding and scheduling conflicts. organizers will be holding a news conference this morning - announcing details of the show.
headliners...and will also be at today's event. the 2017 will take place on july 15th and 16th. and then sobelman's pub and grill expected to make announcement today about a possible new location in waukesha county. a richfield location is also reportedly in the works. we should learn more about the waukesha county location 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. federal prosecutors have man suspected of planting bombs in new york and new jersey nicole is in the newsroom with the latest. ahmad rahami now faces four federal charges -- including use of a weapon of mass destruction. federal prosecutors filed the charges in manhattan, where 29 people were injured when the new york bomb went off saturday night. according to the criminal complaint - rahimi allegedly bought bomb ingredients on ebay. we've also learned that rahami had a notebook on him when he was apprehended -- with writings making references to terrorists -- including the 2013 boston
trying to determine a motive and whether or not he had any help. according to the white house.... the fbi is also reviewing its past investigation of rahami to see if it missed anything that could have prevented this weekend's violence. and two new jersey police officers wounded in a shootout with rahami have been released from the hospital. linden police say officer pete hammer went home yesterday. authorities say his head was grazed by a bullet or shrapnel. a group of officers gathered outside the hospital -- cheering after hammer was released. monday night--several hours after he was shot in the torso. authorities have said a bulletproof vest saved him from a more serious injury. you can get your replacement for the galaxy note 7 starting today. how samsung is making sure consumers are safe when using their phones. a local boy is getting quite the honor for saving a life. what he did when he saw his brother choking on candy. carl's having a purrrrrfect day at petfest.
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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 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
5-year-old logan... who was choking on a piece of candy. after noticing logan was turning purple -- abram jumped into action -- performing the heimlich. "i was nervous but it's good that i was able to do it that quickly otherwise he would've passed out." abram was awarded the "american red cross certificate of merit" -- which is actually signed by president obama. it's the highest honor given out by the red cross. a pie will take center stage at the white house this holiday season. a tree from is oconto will be the focal point of the "blue room" this year. whispering pines tree farm is the 20- 16 national christmas tree association grand champion winner. and it wasn't a quick decision white house staff members took their time...looking for what they said needed to be right the shape, smell, and color...and also met requirements such as being between 18 to 19 feet tall. the whispering pines owners says the
ribbon of honor is one that is truly one of a kind. dave vander velden/ owner, whispering pines tree farm "i've been doing all experimental trees, trying all different strains varieties, trying to find the goose that laid the golden egg, and this is one of them that turned out pretty good." the tree farm's owners will be presenting the tree to the first turned out pretty good." the tree farm's owners will be presenting the tree to the first lady at the white house the day after thanksgiving. this is the third time that a tree farm from wisconsin has been selected by the white house, to provide the it's another big night here on fox as the drama continues in the fall season premier of lethal weapon... and then cookie and lucias are back in an all new season of empire. what we can expect to see-- and hear-- from the lyons this year. "after a battery recall, samsung galazy note sevens are back in stores. i'll tell you what you need to know about the safety for this phone both old and new models coming up in the tech
problem is fixed... and replacement devices are available. 2;00/to our note 7 owners...if you have not yet replaced your original note7 please, please power it down and return it. for an android phone, samsungs galaxy note 7 nearly had it all... an amazing camera... big, bright screen and it could use your eyes to unlock. then, this happened. nats... tech giant samsung reeling this morning because the government is recalling the note 7 because it so far the company says over 130 thousand units have been returned out of more than 2 million sold. 21/ we did not meet the standard of excellence that you expect and deserve... nats... cnn clip @ 12/ anyone rocking the new note 7 it might catch fire yo samsung traced the issue to a
resolved. if you got a note 7 before september 15, it needs to be exchanged. you can check if your model is affected by visiting samsung dot com/ us/ note7recall or downloading the samsung plus app. it will scan your phone and tell you if its among the recalled handsets. if it is, you can exchange your phone for a new note 7... a galaxy s7 or edge... or get a refund. if you stick to samsung, theyll give you a 25 dollar cred new note 7s are in stores now... you can identify them in two ways... the battery indicator is green... and there is a black square on box. 1;43/to be clear the note 7 with the new battery is safe, the battery cell issue is resolved samsung is also sending out a software update to the affected phones...which will warn to stop charging them... and bring them
it's fox fall premiere week -- and tonight -- "lethal weapon" debuts and "empire" continues its reign. mom, dad, come quick -- it's an emergency. give us a minute. she just ran right out there before her body guard could stop her. oh my god. anika! kim/ 2shotcookie, lucious and the gang are season. jessob to help us get ready -- the network sent over some "lethal weapon" and "empire" energy drinks -- to help us wakeup folks stay up for tonight's shows! fs so, tune into fox 6 tonight: the action starts at seven with
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