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been charged with the fatal shooting of terence crutcher -- killed one week ago. shelby has been booked and released from jail....after prosecutors charged her with first-degree manslaughter. shelby shot and killed terence crutcher after his s-u-v broke down. court documents say officer shelby "reacted unreasonably" when she shot crutcher, who wasn't listening to police commands and was walking away from her with his hands held up. if she is convicted of first-degree manslaughter, shelby could face between four years to life in
state of emergency remains in effect. a midnight curfew was supposed to go into effect last night...but police said they'd allow protesters to stay out as long as they wanted as long as they remained peaceful. the protests come after an officer shot and killed 43-year-old keith lamont scott protesters are calling for the release of police dash cam footage of the incident. the family viewed the video -- their attorney says it shows scott getting out of his car peacefully. but charlotte's police chief says they will not release the video...since it doesn't clearly show scott had a gun. and in wauwatosa -- it officer- involved shooting. the family of jay anderson wants to know why police have released such little information. all that's been made public to this point is that at 3 a-m on june 23rd, anderson was seated in his car at madison park. police say he was in possession of a gun and something happened to make an officer fear for his safety. today, the anderson family says it wants the officer's name to be made public, considering the officer's names have been released in recent shootings in tulsa and charlotte. they also want the body camera video
don't want to release evidence in "bits and pieces," adding all the evidence will eventually be released - but at once. milwaukee police are investigating a double shooting a 53 year old man is dead...a 23 year old was also shot. deandra corinthios is live from mpd's district five with the latest by our count at fox6...this marks milwaukee's 99th homicide of the year. there were 145 last year...and 86 in 2014. right now, police are searching for a the shooting took place on thursday just before 6 pm in milwaukee's harambe neighborhood. police were called to palmer and chambers. witnesses describe hearing two bursts of gunfire. police say a 53 year old man was shot and taken to a local hospital where he died. police say the second victim is a 23 year old man...who suffered a non life threatening gunshot wound...was also taken to the hospital. two grandparents tells us they are thankful none of the bullets hit the kids who were
pow and then we ran, we ran into the house, we didnt see who shot who or nothing but we ran into the house i had to get all my grandkids into the house" it is not clear if the 23 year old man in the hospital was one of the shooters. police list him as a victim in their release. the relationship between both men is also still unclear. reporting live in milwaukee deandra corinthi corinthios fox6 news. milwaukee police have made an arrest... after a 9 year old is shot by a 6 year old. the 9 year old boy remains in the hospital.. he was 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
the coming days. 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 the dpw truck was 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. two families are suffering losses this morning.. the river hills village president has died. and her story spread across the nation...but jerika bolen has sadly angelica is in the newsroom with details. jerika bolen had been battling spinal muscular atrophy. bolens final wish was for a prom... and in late july her friends and family members granted that wish. bolen made the decision to remove her ventilator and enter hospice at the end of summer. when a grafton man, jordan schroeter, heard about bolens decision, he recorded a facebook video encouraging her to live. schroeter also has s-m-a and says he couldnt understand why everyone seemed
wanted her to live... and says hes saddened to hear of her passing. loved ones also 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 19-92 and served eight three year terms. the world war ii veteran's service went beyond river hills. he served in state and county politics as well. village trustees say he was dedicated to his community. interim president who will serve until the election next spring. after the break -- ryan luck with the d-o-t joins us with your weekly construction update and how your commute will be affected. violent protests break out in charlotte, north carolina after a fatal-officer-involved shooting. how one man is trying to ease tensions. apple's new iphone 7 does not have a headphone jack. are you ready to cut the cord? contact six shows you your options. calling all builders -- carl is live at the maker faire. good
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happening on the streets of charlotte, one man tried to calm tensions... with hugs. the "free hugs project" two years ago after the boston bombings. he has gone across the country with a message of peace. and in charlotte -- that included embracing police in full riot gear, right in the middle of violent protests. some protesters though taunted him for it. he explained that the police need our compassion too. "i'm just reminding people that love and peaceful protests and things that that's going to be the way that we get past some of these things and be able to sit down and have real discussions as human beings."
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shelby was booked at the local county jail early this morning and released shortly after on a 50-thousand-dollar bond. she's the officer who shot and killed motorist terence crutcher. police video shows crutcher with his arms high in the air walking slowly to his s-u-v when he was killed. the officer is facing felony manslaughter charges. sara sidner reports nats "i got a feeling that's about to happen."less than a week after the killing of terence crutcher, the district attorney deciding to
district attorney "in the matter of the death of terence crutcher i determined that the filing of the felony crime of manslaughter in the first degree against tulsa police officer betty shelby is warranted."while a family and community grieves crutcher's death. the attorneys have already begun making their cases in the court of public opinion: a key issue -- whether crutcher was reaching for something inside his s-u-v when he was shot. scott wood/ attorney for ofc. betty shelby "she was yelling at him to stop, for seconds, he gets to the window of the suv, and has his hands in the air, looks down at the side of the car at officer shelby and his left hand goes into the window."crutcher's family attorney points to an enhanced picture of the window in question: benjamin crump/ civil rights attorney "you can see that it is completely up and there is blood going almost to the top of the window."we analyzed the video frame by frame, zooming in. it does appear that the window is
window. outside of law enforcement, pastor ray owens was one of the first to look at the video before it was released. sara snider/ reporter "what did you see?" ray owens/ pastor "my impression was that he was actually leaning against the car so as to position himself to not be a threat. i did not see anything in that video that suggests that the police officer should have viewed terrence crutcher as a threat."while vid seem conclusive, experts say it is never the only evidence brought to trial. ronald thraser/ associate forensics professor, oklahoma state "any piece of evidence is just that, it's a piece of evidence. but it is inclusive not conclusive. so video is a piece of the puzzle it is not the entire puzzle." and in charlotte -- things have been much calmer in the city. a midnight curfew was supposed to go into effect last night...but police said they'd allow protesters to stay out as long as they wanted as long as they remained peaceful. the
shot and killed 43-year-old keith lamont scott --- who was allegedly armed. the demonstrations continue as many are calling for the release of police dash cam footage of the incident. in wauwatosa -- it's been three months since a deadly officer-involved shooting. the family of jay anderson wants to know why police have released such little information. all that's been made public to this point is that at 3 a-m on june 23rd, anderson was seated in his car at madison park. police say he was in possession of a gun and something happened to make an officer fear for his sf it wants the officer's name to be made public, considering the officer's names have been released in recent shootings in tulsa and charlotte. they also want the body camera video released.... wauwatosa police said thursday they don't want to release evidence in "bits and pieces," adding all the evidence will eventually be released - but at once. one man is dead and another is hurt...after a shooting in milwaukee's harambe neighborhood. by our count at fox6...this is milwaukee's 99th homicide of the year deandra corinthios is live from district five with the latest
burts of gunfire. a 53 year old man is dead. and a 23 year old was also shot. the shooting happened just before 6 pm near palmer and chambers. police tell us the 53 year old man died at the hospital. the 23 year old was also taken to the hospital...they say his injury is not life threatening. the relationship between both men is unclear. police are not sure if the 23 year old was one of the shooters. a press release lists him as a victim not a suspect. with the investigation undew feel differently about their block. "we usually stay out here until 12 o'clock at night and nobody would bother us or anything but now i wouldnt stay out here past dark the neighborhood is changing for some reason" our records at fox6 indicate this was milwaukee's 99th homicide of 2016. there were 145 people killed in the city in all of 2015...what was considered a very violent year.
corinthios fox6 news. looking across america. in chicago -- mayor emanuel unveils a new plan to tackle gun violence. meanwhile -- police in tennessee are investigating a deadly workplace shooting. angelica is in the newsroom with details. three people were killed -- including the gunman... it happened at an industrial plant. police say the gunman was an employee, who was armed with a semi- automatic pistol.. he entered the "thomas and betts" plant yesterday afternoon and allegedly shot and killed two before turning the gun on himself. police are still trying to determine a motive. in chicago - the city's mayor unveils a new plan to tackle gun violence. more than 3-thousand people have been shot already this year... that's more than all of last year. rahm emanuel says the city will focus on new efforts to mentor youths in violent neighborhoods...and also work on new legislation and police reforms. the three-year mentoring effort will help over 7-thousand young people in chicago and will be paid for with 36-million-dollars in
in new york -- fbi agents are still waiting to speak to ahman rahami -- the man suspected of planting bombs in new york and new jersey. rahami remains unconscious following a police shootout. meanwhile -- rahami's wife arrived in the u-s... yesterday on a flight from the united arab emirates. she left for pakistan in june. sources say she is cooperating with authorities and is not considered a suspect. investigators are now focusing on rahami's family and whether any of them knew of the alleged terrorist's governor scott walker has issued a state of emergency in 13 western counties after damaging floods. a mudslide pushed a man's home onto a state highway yesterday in victory -- which is south of lacrosse. the man's body was found not far from his home. up to ten inches of rain have fallen in parts of western wisconsin... the state of emergency will allow local governments to get help paying for the cleanup and damages. the national guard has also been deployed. meanwhile - some schools in
flooding. emergency management officials are keeping an eye on the river which they say was rising one foot every 45 minutes at one point. a shelter has been established in richland center at the request of the mayor. flood clean-up kits are also being distributed. still ahead in the eight o'clock hour of wakeup -- it's almost packers sunday which means its time for pups pick of the week. does the pup think we have it in it's almost packers sunday which means its time for pups pick of the week. does the pup think we have it in us to beat the lions? iphone 7 says its time to cut the cord. contact six explores your option for wireless headphn it may be one of the largest cybersecurity breaches ever... how many accounts are affected in the yahoo hack. carl is live at the third annual maker faire. hi carl!
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yahoo says hackers stole info from 500 million accounts! the hack dates back to 2014. leaked information could include names, email addresses, telephone numbers, dates of birth and hashed passwords. fortunately -- unprotected passwords, payment data or bank account information may not be at risk. the tech giant says it believes the culprit of the hack was a quote : "state- sponsored actor." yahoo recommends users change their password. and hackers are going after the white house. the same website that leaked emails from former secretary of sta 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 first lady. white house officials say they are aware of the claims and are looking into the matter. the 3rd annual maker faire is this weekend,... and carl is giving us a look at some of the technology on
nearly every type of headphone —home or studio-style, portable and noise-canceling — comes in a wireless version. and because theyre usually connected using bluetooth, you can listen to music without taking your phone out of your pocket. "wireless headphones are a big part of our ratings. we have more than 60 in there now, some with very good sound quality." for a good portable pair, consumer reports experts say to check out these sony headphones for 200 dollars. "they have very good sound quality and will keep some ambient sounds out while keeping your music in." if you prefer an on-ear pair, check out these headphones from audio-tehn dollars, you get a quality pair of wireless headphones with 38 hours of battery life and a 24-month warranty." a noise-canceling pair might come in handy if you need to get some work done on a noisy flight. but they can be pricey. consumer reports says the 400-dollar parrot zik 3 headphones have excellent active noise reduction and very good sound quality. and for exercising, consumer reports suggests mee audios x7 plus. "these headphones stay in place
movement. and at 85-dollars, theyre a consumer reports best buy." one of the downsides of wireless headphones is they typically run on rechargeable batteries—which would leave you with another electronic device to keep charged. the new iphone 7 comes with a set of earpods with lightning connector and also an adaptor so you can plug in your old headphones through the lightning port.
mummies and weird pumpkin flavored creations... we'll start with mummies.... houston is now home to the largest display of mummies ever assembled in the world. a traveling exhibit is now on display in the lone star state. it includes iconic egyptian mummies, peruvian mummies, baby mummies and even animal mummies. even though they are thousands of years old -- experts can still tell they dealt with similar health issues like scoliosis. each mummy is able to tell researchers something new about the lives of people in
mcdonald's japan is taking the pumpkin craze to a new level. restaurants there are selling pumpkin chocolate french fries. they're drizzled with chocolate and pumpkin sauce. ....just in time for halloween. no word if u-s locations will give it a try. you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. stay with us -
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