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6- thousand if president obama approves the plan. new progress reported in the fight against isis. area residents celebrating after iraq government troops liberated a northern town from the militants. it's near mosul - iraq's second largest city, and the largest city still under isis control. carter says: ".. the final assault on mosul will commence -- as with previous operations -- when prime minister abadi gives the order." on cam tag iraq's government says it hopes to retake mosul before the end of the year. in london, greg it's time for your news and weather together. tomorrow will mark the three-month anniversary of jay anderson's death in wauwatosa. back in june -- a wauwatosa police officer shot and killed anderson at madison park... and today, we still know little about the case. anderson's father says it's time for more information to be made public... especially after details of officer- involved shootings in north carolina and oklahoma have been
it's in the later stages of its review in the case ... and it is trying to enhance the 20-second body- cam video recording of the shooting. a 30-year-old woman has been arrested after a nine-year-old boy was shot last night. it happened last night at 20th and hadley. the boy was shot in the back. we're told the shooter was just 6- years-old -- he apparently grabbed a loaded gun and fired. police say the woman who was taken into custody could face charges of leaving a loaded firearm near children. today -- city leaders joining mayor tom barrett in announcing whats being hailed as a five year, five million dollar violence prevention effort. officially called -- the resiliency in communities after stress and trauma grant, the money comes from the substance abuse and mental health services administration, the money would be used to address the issues which contribute to violence-- like poverty and unemployment. milwaukee is one of just eight cities to
few scattered t- storms tonight. temperatures will fall through the 70s. areas of fog will develop overnight with temperatures falling into the 60s. get ready for a big cool down friday with highs in the mid-60s. scattered thunderstorms continuing in the forecast. mostly cloudy and cool again on saturday. rain chances return to front heads our way. tonight: cloudy with a few t-storms. fog overnight. low: 62 dewpoint: 62 wind: ne 5-10 mph friday: mostly cloudy and cooler with a chance for thunderstorms. high: 65 dewpoint: 62 wind: ne 5-10 mph saturday: mostly cloudy. am low: 60 high: 68 dewpoint: 60 wind: se 5-10
there were some unflattering jabs... still, the milwaukee county board approved the reappointment of health and human services director hector colon. beverly taylor reports the favorable vote was made possible because of a compromise. "we need more transparency from mr. colon."milwaukee county supervisors, one by one, had their say on the re-confirmation of health and human services supporters and those against him held signs in the gallary. "i don't know that we'll ever find an incumbent that has the passion that our current director has in this position. :19 there certainly have been some mistakes, issues regarding transparency. there's been problems with some of the residential facilities. :32supervisor steven taylor -- who called colon arrogant at times and disrespectful of the county board -- broaches a
his tenure will be? how long his appointment will be?" the term is four years or less-- but routinely set at four years. since county executive chris abele, in his reappointment did not specify a term, he was contacted and agreed to a two year term. "i was planning to vote no on the confirmation today. i'm going to be supporting the two year compromise."colon-- relieved to get the confirmation -- but disappointed that a two year term compromise was executive chris abele is trying to bring in talent and if this is now the new precedent it's going to be hard to bring in talent here that's going to be willing to come in for two years." :57 colon also recognizes that there is some fence mending that needs to take place between him and county supervisors. "i'd like to meet with the county board chair people and have a dialogue with them and understand what are the issues that are important to them and we need to have some forgiveness as well. " colon says he wants to have a stronger relationship with the county board --
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new tonight at 6. two games into the nfl regular season, the packers are still seeking their preferred offensive groove.... maybe the cause of that is the stout defenses of jacksonville and minnesota, maybe it's a reflection of green bay's personnel, or maybe it's a combination.... watch this play from sunday night, though... .it's quick, it's effective and it's representative of green bay's offense circa 2011 or so.... this particular play stands out in the press box the other night because we don't see this type of timing as we used to.... about timing. if your timing is even a little bit off you're going to be miles off at times with your connection points. we've been working on that throughout training camp and the regular season but it's a little different when it's live out there and things are a little bit off based on coverage or protection or anything else that can mix up
the lions can be seen here on fox six at noon sunday... we will live at lambeau for postgame coverage, including guests and locker room reaction, and then we'll wrap the whole day up with the fox six sports blitz at 10:35 pm... that's all this sunday on your packers station...... this information falls into the category of not ideal for the eleventh ranked badgers.... reliable kicker rafael gaglianone is out for saturday's game at eighth ranked michigan state because of a back injury..... you can vote until 10pm tonight for our game of the week.... tom pipines will go to either waukesha north at waukesha south, greenfield at whitnall, or racine park at racine case... whichever contest gets the most support at our website, fox6now.com slash sports will receive headline treatment in tomorrow night's high school blitz with brandon cruz., who will announce the winner tonight on fox six news at ten.. . it won't be long before the marquette golden eagles will be getting their college hoops season going, but they are already making an lasting impact in their community... we'll have the story tonight on fox six
and take a look at the newest milwaukee buck.... this afternoon, the team acquires forward michael beasley from the rockets for guard tyler ennis... beasley has played for miami three times, minnesota, phoenix, houston and the shandong golden stars in china and he's still only 27 years old.... he can score, but he also has multiple marijuana related incidents on his resume...
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welcome to delicious. northwestern mutual will likely include executives and professionals... that's according to a representative of more than 1-thousand unionized workers. patt gibbs spoke with the milwaukee business journal -- and stresses that's just her opinion of what will happen and has no firsthand knowledge. as for when northwestern mutual will
spokesman did not provide an update as to when the announcement will be made. wisconsin senator tammy baldwin reintroduces a bill to provide a boost to states falling behind in business start-ups -- which includes wisconsin. the legislation -- called "the small business innovation act" was the first bill introduced by baldwin as a senator. it aims to increase small businesses' access to venture capital by expanding the small business administration's authorization to provide up to 4- billion-dollars to investment comn for more information on this and other stories in the business journal, we have link to their site on ours, fox6now.com. it's time for your news and weather together. the f-b-i wants to speak with two men investigators say are seen on surveillance video removing a pressure cooker from a piece of luggage in new york's chelsea neighborhood. police say the men are witnesses -- not suspects -- and authorities are interested in what they may have observed.
crashed off the japanese island of okinawa. the japanese coast guard the pilot was rescued two hours later. the flight took off from kadena u-s airbase on a routine training mission... the cause of the crash is now under investigation. at least 23 people are dead and about a dozen more missing after flash flooding wednesday on the indonesian island of java. the storm reportedly lasted 13 hours -- causing a river to overflow areas. flooding and landslides are not uncommon in java -- but the timing of this storm is surprising with september usually being the dry season. toss to weather weather we have a chance for a
company says it believes someone acting on a government's behalf ...was behind the breach. yahoo says account information stolen may include names, email addresses, phone numbers, and passwords. officials think the breach happened in late 2014. the company is urging users to change their passwords. tesla is adding a feature to its vehicles to prevent "hot car" deaths... the temperature-control function will automatically keep the inside temperature below 105-degrees opening vents or turning on the air conditioner as needed. the feature will remain on for up to 12 hours after the driver exits the vehicle. the new car control software is being installed on new model s cars and model x s-u-v's. according to the group "no heat stroke dot org" -- 31 children have died this year after being trapped inside parked cars on hot days. looking around the world... fists fly during a heated political
the fight erupting last night on a political talk show -- after candidates for the georgian parliament began insulting each other. nobody was serious some are calling it the world's worst restoration... china has covered portions of the great wall with cement. take a look at these photos from china's state run news agency... this is the result after local government ordered a 700-year-old
the work was actually done in 2014 -- but photos were recently posted and are drawing outrage. "great wall of china society's" deputy director says the restoration damaged the original look of the great wall -- and took away the history from the people." brad pitt talks to police about child abuse allegations... and marion cotillard co-tee-ard is responding t rumors she's the reason for pitt and jolie's split...the details in tonight's buzz. authorities in los angeles about an incident involving one of his children. according to reports, the incident took place on september 14th on the couple's private plane. this, after angelina jolie files for divorce citing irreconcilable differences. jolie is seeking physical custody of their six children. and marion cotillard co-tee-ard is responding to rumors ... that she had something to do with pitt and jolie's divorcethe french
any involvement in the sudden split. cotillard and pitt star together in the upcoming war drama "allied." "rogue one: a star wars story" hasn't even hit theaters yet and expectations are already low for the movie... according to reports, the head of disney has told investors he doesn't expect the movie to match the box office of last year's "the force awakens." that movie grossed more than two- billion dollars worldwide. "rogue one: a star wars story" comes out in december. buzz. a special "cirque du soleil" show is now in town at the bmo harris bradley center... up next... why performers say it's unlike any other "cirque du soleil" show -- and how the audience can get a unique perspective
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we start fox 6 news at 6 with breaking news. police have been called to the area near palmer and locust. this is raw video from the scene. as you can see... several squad cars have responded. we can tell you this is a shooting -- we will bring you updates as we get on the receiving end of a 5-year, 5-million dollar grant... ?specifically earmarked to address violence.. ...and the social issues that often lead to the violence. fox six's justin williams has our big story at six. the trauma that results from pervasive poverty, unemployment and violence, in our city, is unacceptable. so, the city of milwaukee is accepting some help from the feds. this 5-year, 5-million dollar grant is one of the
thursday, a large contingent of the citys civic leaders join milwaukee mayor, tom barrett, in announcing whats being hailed as a violence prevention effort. it reaffirms the initial investments made into the infrastructure, to allow us to look at violence as a public health concern. officially titled the resiliency in communities after stress and trauma grant, the money will be used to address several social issues. the grant is about improving access to behavioral health, empower community trauma, and sustained, community change. reggie moore is with the citys newly- created office of violence prevention. he explains, the grant will also help coordinate the efforts of various, existing entities, and make certain folks are aware of them. unfortunately, there are a lot of people who are survivors of sexual assault, who are survivors of violent crime, in their community, who dont know where to go to, actually, get whether its counseling, or support. im told the first installment of this five-million, over five