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for the violence to stop-- as he still waits for answers in the death of his son. remain peaceful after violence earlier in the week. the latest on two officer involved shootings in north carolina and oklahoma. good morning and thanks for starting your day with wakeup. lets go straight to our fox6 weather expert rob haswell in the weather
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two nights of violent riots. this as protesters call for video to be released in the death of lamont scott. and a tulsa officer is charged after shooting and killing a black man last week. angelica in the newsroom with what is new this morning. protesters marched in charlotte for a third night over the police shooting of
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, protestors remained largely peaceful on the streets past a midnight curfew. the state's governor declared a state of emergency wednesday night after a man was shot and killed during the violent protests. police say he was shot in the head by a civilian. meanwhile protesters are focused on lamont scott-- saying they will not rest until justice is served. more than 50 arrests have been made in connection to the violence and destruction. coming up at 4:45 -- we will hear more from police on the video footage turning to tulsa-- the officer who fatally shot 40- year-old terence crutcher last week now faces a charge of felony manslaughter in the first degree. betty shelby was booked at the local county jail early this morning and released shortly after on a 50- thousand dollar bond. dashcam and aerial footage of the shooting show crutcher walking away from the officer with his arms in the air, her gun drawn. shelby's attorney says crutcher was not following orders -- and she
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kim back to you. also new this morning -an investigation is underway... after a three year old was ejected from a car in a crash. this happened in dodge county yesterday afternoon. investigators say a 32-year-old was driving westbound on town road m-m... and lost control of the car... going into a ditch and striking a utility pole. the toddler flew out of the car... suffering serious injuries... that are not believed to be life threatening. police say alcohol may have been a factor in the crash. police contue to try and find a motivive for milwaukee's 99th homicide this year in the city. this was the scene near palmer and chambers just after 6 thursday night. police say a 53 year old man died shortly after being taken to the hospital. a 23-year-old suffered non life threatening injuries. neighbors say they heard at least two bursts of gunfire, as they jumped on the floor. i was just sitting here, and we all ran. we ran in the house. we heard the shooting, pow, pow,
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none of the kids who were playing in the street at the time were hit. at last check, no one is in custody. a father is still looking for answers. jay anderson's son was shot and killed by police just outside of milwaukee. he tells our a-j bayatpour that he's frustrated that information that's already been released in north carolina and oklahoma still hasn't been made public in his son's case. as the s appearing in madison park, jay anderson senior still has questions about what happened on that early-summer night - the last of his son's life. i want to know what happened before my son was shot and murdered. i want to know what happened before. it was here in the parking lot at madison park where a wauwatosa police officer shot and killed jay anderson as he sat in his car. police say anderson had a gun in his possession and the officer feared for his safety. that was exactly 13 weeks ago on june 23...
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still wont release the officers name, wont put out the video of the shooting even though the das office has said that would not interfere with their review of the case. thursday, police told us thats chief barry webers call and that he doesnt want to release evidence in 'bits and pieces,' adding everything will come out eventually but all at the same time. anderson's father says he's seen the officer's body camera video, which is about 20 seconds long. he had his hands up trying to say he had something in the car, a gun in the car, and the third time he moved it i guess he moved too close to the gun, or i phone. anderson says it's now time to release the officer's name and the body camera video. i wish they would do that but theyre not. when the video does come out, anderson hopes it doesn't lead to violent scenes similar to this week in charlotte or here in milwaukee last month. i want all these murders to stop, these kids, these officers killing these kids, but i dont want no city thats
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arrest... after a 9 year old is shot by a 6 year old. the 9 year old boy remains in the hospital, after being shot in the neck and back, in a house near 20th and hadley wednesday night. investigators say the two children had been playing with a loaded gun. police have taken a 30 year old woman into custody... recommending that she be charged with leaving a loaded firearm near children. the case will be forwarded to the district attorney. milwaukee is getting a big boos a grip on the causes of violence. that boost coming in the form of a 5 million dollar grant from the federal government. milwaukee mayor tom barrett was joined by other civic leaders in announcing the new violence prevention effort. officially titled the resiliency in communities after stress and trauma grant. the money comes from the substance abuse and mental health services adminstration. city officials say the grant allows city leaders and others to view violence as a public health issue, and treat
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find the man who approached a teenage boy. police say a white man in his 50's drove up to the teen at waukesha south high school wednesday. he was driving a white toyota camry -- pictured here. police say he offered the student a ride home -- but the student didn't recognize him and said no. anyone with information is asked to call police. two people are dead, after a car crashes into a department of public works truck. the crash happened near 76th and sheridan around 9-30 yesterday morning. milwaukee police say pulling a wood chipper-- when it was hit by the car the 20-year-old woman riding in that car died on the scene. the driver later died at the hospital. the two people in the d-p-w truck were not injured. severe weather in western wisconsin is blamed for at least one death. a man was killed in the town of victory-- just south of lacrosse. a mudslide pushed his home onto a state highway. up to 10 inches of rain have fallen across the region... causing severe flooding and mudslides. yesterday, governor walker
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floods. that will help local governments get help to pay for the cleanup and damages. protestors take to the streets in north carolina. still ahead-- we have more details for you on that investigation and why police are reluctant to release videos. plus-- getting rid of prescription drugs properly. how walgreens is helping crack down on drug abuse. plus-- flood waters cause issues across wisconsin. we'll hear more from rob about what we can expect through out our day. time now 4:xx you're taking a
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zika virus today...and also have an update on the spread of the virus. more than 40 countries and terrorities in the americas have experience outbreaks of the mosquito-transmitted zika virus. the world health organization has declared zika a global public health emergency. today's u-w-m panel will look at the outbreak and its implications. it's taking place at mitchell hall at 2:30 this afternoon. walgreen's is joining the fight to keep prescription drugs out of the hands of those who might misuse them. medication disposal kiosks for prescription and over the counter drugs at 18 of its locations around the state. the new walgreens kiosks join those already available at many law enforcement and other government buildings. they're free to use and come with no questions asked. "it's important for us to do everything we can to make it accessible to make it easy for people who want to do the right thing to do the right thing." governor walker also signed an executive order thursday to
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opioid abuse. the group will be made up of lawmakers from both parties, as well as law enforcement. public health officials, the attorney general and members of the public, among others will also join the cause. a plan to crack down on crime. the new efforts unveiled by chicago's mayor... plus-- a data breach exposes half a billion yahoo accounts . what the company is telling its customers. and severe storms rock parts of our state. rob haswell will have more on what we can expect as we you are watching the fox 6
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wakeup news. two nights of violent protests in the wake of a police shooting in charlotte. last night gave way to a more calm atmosphere. protesters demanding video of the shooting be released-- but the city's police chief says he isn't planning to make it public. stacey cohan has more. --reporter pkg-as follows-- protestors took to the streets of charlotte for the third time in as many nights thursday.... but unlike the previous two nights... peace... even though a midnight curfew was largely ign clear: the people of charlotte want answers. as the state picks up the investigation into the death of keith lamont scott...who was shot and killed outside his car tuesday by officer brently vinson... we've seen pictures of what happened next--and chief putney says dashcam video tells more of the story....while not providing definitive evidence scott pointed a gun at officers, he says the video shows scott refusing to drop his
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said "it is impossible to discern" if scott had anything in his hands. the family wants the video released publically but the police chief has resisited such calls chief kerr putney/charlotte- mecklenburg police "i get it, i do; i understand the whole dynamic and the definition of transparency"claiming such a move would put crime victims at risk chief kerr putney/charlotte- mecklenburg police "our sex assault victims, our domestic violence victims are gonna have a lot less faith in us. in chicago - the city's mayor unveils a new plan to tackle gun violence. angelica joins us from the newsroom with new information. more than 3-thousand people have been shot already this year... that's more than all of last year. mayor rahm emanuel says the city
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youths in violent neighborhoods. he also plans to work on new legislation and police reforms. the three-year mentoring effort will help over 7-thousand young people in chicago. the program will be paid for with 36- million-dollars in public and private funds yahoo... reeling from what may be the largest cybersecurity breach ever. the company says data "associated with at least 500 million user accounts" have the company says data "associated with at least 500 million user accounts" have been stolen. it actually happened yahoo says the hackers may have names, email addresses, phone numbers, birth dates and passwords. they're asking users to change their password and security questions and review their accounts for any suspicious activity. and hackers are going after the white house. the same website that leaked emails from former secretary of state colin powell... has leaked emails from a white house staffer. they've also posted... what they claim to be the passport of first lady michelle obama. the site also published the private schedules of hillary clinton, vice president joe biden, and the
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of the claims and are looking into the matter. back here in wisconsin-- heavy rain and flood waters causes damage in jackson county! boats were carried over a dam near hatfield. the boats became unattached the water level to rised two to three feet. fire officials are encouraging owners to leave the boats alone, and consider them a loss. and near the iowa border...a train derail about 1-thousand gallons of diesel fuel into the mississippi river. water reportedly washing out part of the track near ferryville. no one was hurt in the incident.. officials hoping a boom will help capture the spilled fuel. forecast from fox6 chief meteorologist rob haswell the frontal boundary that dogged us for the past couple of days as slipped to our south moving us into some cooler air. highs will slip into the 60s today and tomorrow. showers
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there remains a slight chance for thunder. we stay with a few showers tonight and into early tomorrow morning but should dry out for a few hours saturday night. a new low moves our way on sunday bringing rain and a threat of stronger thunderstorms back to our area. today: mostly cloudy and cooler with showers and a chance for thunderstorms. high: 68 dewpoint: 64 wind: ne 5-10 mph tonight: cloudy with a few showers. low: 60 dewpoint: 61 wind: e 3-7 mph satd then mostly cloudy. high: 68 dewpoint: 59 wind: se 5-10 mph sunday: mostly cloudy with a chance for thunderstorms. am low: 60 high: 74 dewpoint: 62 wind: se 5-10 mph monday: mostly cloudy with a chance for showers. am low: 57 high: 68 dewpoint: 52 wind: sw 5-10 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy with a chance for showers. am low: 48 high: 66 dewpoint: 46 wind: sw 5-10 mph wednesday:mostly cloudy with a chance for showers. cool. am low: 45 high: 62 dewpoint: 47 wind: wnw
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high: 62 dewpoint: 47 wind: wnw 5-10 mph am low: 45 high: 62 dewpoint: 47 wind:
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loved ones are remembering the life of the river hills village president. he passed away yesterday morning. bob brunner spent decades serving in local politics. he was first elected village president in 1992 and served eight three year terms. colleagues say he never missed a meeting. the world war ii river hills. he served in state and county politics as well. village trustees say he was dedicated to his community. 08:07 hes given a huge amount of time and energy and talent to river hills and the community in general. 05:53 it will be a smooth transition, but were just simply going to really miss him. the village board will choose an interim president who will serve until
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who made national headlines for her decision to die. how someone else with her same condition tried to inspire her to live. and then at six... the reason a popular brady street restaurant will be closing its doors. plus-- ever wish those lego models you build could actually fly? well here is your chance. after the break-- the newest toy to come out of lego. time now 4:xx you're taking a live look outside this morning.. time now 4:xx you're taking a live look outside tis time now 4:xx you're taking a live look outside this (beep, camera shutter click)
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morning.. welcome to the steet. thank you elmo meet zari! she is the newest addition to the sesame street family. but she isn't any ordinary
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country's version of the show "sesame garden." and zari is the first afghan muppet on the program. the show is hard to produce due to the country'e ongoing conflicts, however producers say they avoid references to the conflict. saying the show is a safe place for children to escape. and a truly heartwarming story out of california. a teen walks 2 hours to work and two hours back home everyday. that is until an officers in benicia noticed 18-year-old jourdan duncan and talking and when the officer discovered duncan's situation, he decided to do something. so he and his department pitched in and bought the teenager a brand new bike! the bike cuts duncans commute in half... and he says he plans to go into a career in law enforcement. before military dogs can protect and serve-- they need families to care for them. lackland air force base in san antonio looking for families to help to raise military dogs.
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breeding program. the pups are being trained to help find explosives - especially with i-e-ds. but before the dogs get deployed, they have to go to a foster family until they reach 7 months. while many of the trained dogs go into the military - others work in law enforcement and t-s-a. and everyone is trying to get into the drone game. a california company is giving consumers a cheaper alternative to some of the drones on the market. flybrix launched a do-it-yourself drone made from legos. the flybrix kit comes in two versions: the one hundred and eighty nine dollars. or the deluxe version sells for two hundred and forty nine dollars. and the company says if the drone crashes it will be easier
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been charged in the fatal shooting of terence crutcher. the new information we've learned about the shooting overnight. also this morning - one man is dead...another injured in a shooting in milwaukee. what we know so far about the investigation. rob joins us now with more on the weather. rob's weather the frontal boundary that dogged us for the past couple of days as slipped to our south moving us into slip into the 60s today and tomorrow. showers persist today but in a more scattered fashion and there remains a slight chance for thunder. we stay with a few showers tonight and into early tomorrow morning but should dry out for a few hours saturday night. a new low moves our way on sunday bringing rain and a


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