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distrneys attoreys office has given tosa police the green light. we want this officers name out. we want to know why this officer do what he did. im hoping they charge the officer who murdered my son. a wauwatosa police spokesperson says they will not release details in bits and pieces, and all of the information will be released at once, once the d-as investigation is over. family members ar releasing balloons with a promise to pressure investigators to be transparent. were not going to forget about jay. anderson's family has seen what appears to be the only video of
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camera clip. we are told that video has been sent to the f-b-i to see if it can be enhanced. it appears to be holding up the investigation. it's unclear when it may be sent back. live at madison park, in tosa ben handelman, fox 6 news. steph thanks ben a deadly officer involved shooting in charlotte, north carolina, has prompted another night of demonstrations. this is a live look at the streets of charlotte... where for a fourth straight night... protesters are gathering following the fatal shooting o have still not released video from the shooting... but today the scott family released video recorded by his wife. stacey cohan has the details. rakeyia scott, wife of keith scott keith, don't let them break the windows. come on out the video released friday by lawyers for the scott family shows the tense moments before and immediately after tuesday's officer-involved shooting rakeyia scott, wife of keith scott he doesn't have a gun. he has a t.b.i. he's not going to do anything to you
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gun. a police source says a loaded gun was recovered from the scene with scott's fingerprints. protestors are calling for the release of two other videos recorded by police. police have one video from another officer's body camera--another from a dashboard camera. charlotte's mayor says all the videos taken together do not paint a clear picture of what happened. mayor jennifer roberts, charlotte it is inconclusive. i videos have obscured or blurred or it is not precise enough view of what was actually going on.scott's family watched the videos as well. their lawyer wants the images released to the public now. voice of eduardo curry, attorney for scott family it shows a confused man who's befuddled, surely scared, who's stepping back away from who he perceives to be a threatnational guard and other law enforcement will line the streets in uptown charlotte...
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stacey cohan, fox 6 news if you'd like to take another look at the video released today, visit fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app. search "charlotte." friends and family remember two young lives lost. tonight, a vigil was held for a couple killed in a crash near 76th and sheridan. fox 6s ashley sears with a familys message. nats mourners gather— a place that has brought deep sorrow. 33:53 its just tragic. 20-year-old keemari canady and her boyfriend 21-year-old johnathan tucker were both killed in the crash here thursday. 33:51 i love her and i miss her. charlene martin struggles— as she remembers her granddaughter— 36:33 i cant touch her no more tears . i cant hear her call me 'granny.' cries once full of life—taken
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here. martin says canady and tucker were inseperable. thursday morning—the two were driving together-- tucker behind the wheel, canady in the passenger seat—when they crashed into a woodchipper. canady died at the scene, tucker died later at the hospital. 34:56 slow down. theres no use in going fast. its a message echoed by milwaukee police—friday. 10:08 the estimated speeds were approximately 70 to 80 miles per hour. police say there crashes, especially among young people. 09:47 stop at red lights. stop at stop signs and just drive with care and caution. words—this family hopes a community hears— nats: singing so that others—do not have to feel this same pain. nats: singing family tells us this isnt their first time dealing with a tragic crash.
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accident last year. live at 76th and sheridan, ashley sears fox 6 news. brad thanks ash a horicon woman is accused of driving drunk... after a crash that severely injured her own daughter. 32 year old noelle deehr dear was arrested after she lost control of her vehicle and hit a utility pole.her 3 from the car... suffering a lacerated liver and broken bones police say deehr told them she swerved to avoid a turkey, but officers smelled alcohol and she became beligerant. she's now charged with her 3rd owi. she didn't learn from the first two times that she was arrested and now you're putting your child's safety at risk, not even a teenager, a child in a car seat not properly strapped , you're behind the wheel of a vehicle, highly intoxicated, you're not only putting the public at risk, but
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blood draw and it will be several weeks before the results are back. authorities stop a predator in his tracks when he tries to meet up with a nine year old girl for sex. they set him up and now he's behind bars facing child pornography charges. fox6's rachelle baillon has the story, new at ten. an illinois man is accused of crossing state lines to try and have sexual girl.....and also to collect child pornography. "it's a very bizarre case, it's disgusting on a lot of levels." 31-year-old david baker now faces charges of attempted second degree sexual assault of a child and possession of child pornography. according to a criminal complaint, an investigator with the racine county sheriff's office reached out to baker after seeing an ad he'd placed on the chicago craigslist website. "he wanted to exchange child pornography with one of my
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a person of similar interests and also to come here to racine county to have sexual contact with a nine year old child." according to a criminal complaint, the investigator asked baker if he would be interested in having sexual contact with a nine year old girl.....baker replied "can we talk about it in person? i'd rather not answer that question via email. : " he later asked to meet with the girl and promised to bring protection. baker and the investigator agreed to meet at a park and ride in racine county. "rather than meeting jut my detectives and he brought with him a thumb drive containing a number of images that of child pornography." racine county sheriff christopher schmaling says his department is now working closely with cook county to search baker's illinois home for further evidence. "this is a proactive strike before an individual like mr. baker actually strikes a real child and then we have a real problem on our hands." baker is expected to be in court for his preliminary hearing on september 28th. if convicted, each of the charges could carry up to 20 or
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the spotlight of the presidential campaign will be shining on wisconsin again next week. donald trump is coming back to the state. the republican nominee is planning to speak in waukesha on wednesday night. trump's last trip to wisconsin came last month, when he made stops in milwaukee and west bend. a marquette university law school poll released earlier this week showed hillary clinton leading trump, 44 to 42 percent among likely voters in wisconsin, that number s of error. the gap has also closed significantly since a poll earlier this summer which had clinton leading by 15 point. oak creek residents will soon be looking for a new leader. mayor steve scaffidi says he's not going to run for a third term. he tells fox 6 he's ready to pursue other things and he thinks it's time to see what someone else can do as mayor. scaffidi was mayor at the time of the sikh temple shooting, and wrote a book about the community's response to the tragedy. his current term runs through april, 2018.
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wisconsin. coming up - the community he'll be visiting tomorrow, and why there are concerns that the problems could get even worse over the weekend. and as aaron rodgers deals with poor numbers and a bad mood, he's also trying to do what he's here to do. we'll hear from him when brandon cruz joins us with sports. even worse over the weekend. and as aaron rodgers deals with poor numbers and a ba here to do. we'll hear from him when brandon cruz joins us with sports. break you are watching fox 6 news at
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10. we are following some breaking news of a report of an active shooter at a mall near seattle washington. the washington state patrol has just confirmed that four people are dead after a shooting at the cascade mall in burlington. police say the gunman is still on the loose... and police are now going through the mall. tomorrow governor walker will get a first hand look at the hitting western wisconsin. he is set to visit gays mills tomorrow.. a village in crawford county where most of the streets are now underwater. the governor has already declared a state of emergency in 13 counties. two people have died in flooding and mudslides so far, and hundreds of homes and businesses have been damaged. the red cross has already distributed more than 500 flood cleanup kits... and there is concern because more rain could fall on the region over the weekend.
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mostly dry, but the cloudy skies and moderate humidity will stick around. that gives us a chance for mist and patchy fog heading into saturday morning. lows will drop to the upper 50s, and highs tomorrow won't rise much beyond the upper 60s. we're looking to stay mostly cloudy but dry saturday. sunday will be warmer - in the mid 70s - and bring us a chance of storms along with our on the other side of that front, monday and tuesday are looking much cooler, with highs in the mid 60s. although rain looks to stay mainly to our north, we do have a slight chance for showers. more sun should return by the middle and end of the week. tonight: mostly cloudy with some mist and patchy fog overnight. low: 59 dewpoint: 58 wind: ene 3-7 mph
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69 dewpoint: 60 wind: e 5-10 mph sunday: mostly cloudy with a chance for thunderstorms. am low: 60 high: 74 dewpoint: 62 wind: se 5-15 mph monday: mostly cloudy with a slight chance for showers. cool. am low: 57 high: 64 dewpoint: 52 wind: w 5-15 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy with a slight chance for showers. cool. am low: 50 high: 66 wind: w 5-15 mph wednesday:partly cloudy. am low: 48 high: 68 dewpoint: 50 wind: nw 5-10 mph thursday: partly cloudy. am low: 51 high: 73 dewpoint: 53
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play!!" that was april 29th of this year and it was the 7th triple play in brewers franchise history. tonight as they start their final series of the season at miller park, they did it again, this time against the reds and ironically zach davies was on the mound for both. "payoff pitch coming. runners go and votto lines one! caught by carter! he's got a chance turn it quick! yes!! how bout it!!!" after that, carter does his thing at the plate as he adds to his career high in home runs, this solo shot gives him 38 for the season and it gives the crew a 1-0 lead. tied at 3 in the 7th, ryan braun breaks the tie by driving in 2 on the single. that turns out to be the game winning hit as the brewers hold on to a 5-4 win.
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that's not kirk cousins or blaine gabbert. no, that's aaron rodgers and by his attitude this week it looks as if he knows his numbers aren't good as well. he's looking to change both his mood and numbers this weekend against the lions. "look, it's about winning here, however you can achieve the wins. we've accomplished a lot here. statistically, those are for you guys to critique. for us, it's about winning. so however we get it done, we've just got to win." be seen right here on fox 6 at noon sunday. we will be live from lambeau with complete postgame coverage including guests and locker room reaction. then we'll wrap up the entire day with the fox 6 sports blitz at 10:35. tomorrow, the badgers begin their big ten schedule on the road against 8th ranked michigan state. a win could move them back into the top ten, but more importantly it could get them a step closer to playing for a big ten title in december. it's all about making the most of the moment.
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being ready for the opportunity. when it comes, how do you maximize it? we spend a lot of, we talk about that a lot. i think that's what guys, it matters to guys and you can control it." conference play is already well underway in high school action. and that means it's time for you to get ready because when we come back, it's week 6 of the high school blitz. "we're the whitnall dance team and we are teh fox 6 feature game of the week. a che are the greenfield hustlin hawks and we're the fox 6 featured game of the week. cheering"
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we upped the ante at culver's to create the new crispy southwest chicken sandwich. all-natural, whole white meat chicken breast. topped with spicy pepper jack cheese and jalape?o ranch. on a lightly buttered, toasted ciabatta roll. the perfect cheese for pepper jack is going to be creamy and mild, the spiciness of the peppers. you're going to taste the cheese first, and then you're going to get just a little bit of warmth from the peppers. it's really good. a bold new flavor and only here for a limited time. mmmhmm.
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it may be hard to believe, but the high school football playoffs aren't too far off. so week 6 could mean a lot for the teams hoping to find themselves in madison on that final week of play. welcome to the 6th edition of the hig start with 2 heavyweights in the classic 8 conference. arrowhead at catholic memorial, both made it to madison last year. to end the first half arrowhead gets on the board with 25 yard field goal. 3 to nothing. teams traded turnovers catholic memorial had a field goal hit the upright. not until late in the third did someone score a touchdown. catholic memorlial max cooper gets lose on this 40 yard slant pass 7 to 3 crusaders arrowhead had one last chance but eric fridl came down with the interception to secure the
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defeated arrowhead and catholic memorial stays undefeated with the 7 to 3 win. staying in the classic 8 for the north and south as in waukesha with south as the host. blackshirts hosting rival northstars the blackshirts grayson cooley connecting with travis wagner who bounces his way to an 8 yard gain, but the drive stalls. the northstars brennan demark has some bounce in his own steps, picking up 14 yards on this play. and that leads to xavier phillips fighting his way in for the score on the 12 yard reception and a 7-0 lead for the visitors. and north wins
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49 to 15. this one is for the birds, literally and you saw fit to vote it as our game of the week. the hustlin' hawks from greenfield heading across town to the whitnall falcons nest. our big bird, tom pipines has been there all night and takes
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a huge match up at hart park tonight as the top 2 teams in the greater metro conference meet, brookfield central and marquette. the hilltoppers would take an early 3-0 lead, but the lancers
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leszcznski finds a wide open thomas gibson who hauls it in for the 66 yard score and a 7-3 lead.but that lead wouldn't hold for long because freddy poorman and jared ling make some magic as ling tip toes down the sideline, taking the screen 25 yards for the touchdown and a 17-14 lead at the half. in the 2nd half, it's more lancers than hilltoppers, zach heckman doing most of the damage scoring twice, including this 60 yard scoring run. brookfield central remains undefeated this afternoon in the city conference, washington hosting vincent at custer stadium. michael rogers throws up the jump ball to cameron posey who comes down with the catch for the 23 yard touchdow and it's 7-0 vincent in the first. but the purgolders hang tough as nick flinn takes the high snap and makes the most of it, going for 22 yards... vincent would lead 13-6 at half and that's the latest score we got.
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teams are undefeated and the tension is high. go wilmot" wilmot ended up losing to badger in double overtime 27 to 21. melissa used the hashtag h-s-blitz. you can too, and we might use your pictures and video on the show. while our highlights are done for the night here, they'll live on at fox 6 now dot com slash sports. so you can enjoy them over and over again. i can't believe it's already over, but we're now looking ahead to week 7. thanks for staying up with us. don't leave us just yet as there is still
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we are continuing to follow breaking news of a shooting at a mall north of seattle. these are live pictures from seattle tv station komo. a spokesman for the washington state people are dead after a shooting at the cascade mall in burlington, washington. police are searching for at least one shooter.. we will continue to follow this story and bring you updates on fox 6 now dot com and tomorrow
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[elaine] your car phone's bad enough. do you have to use the speaker? it's safer. plus, it's more annoying to the other person. oh, look at this guy. what's going on? a guy's trying to get in front of me. has to ask permission. yes. go ahead. get in. did you get a thank-you wave? no. how could you not give a thank-you wave? , where's my thank-you wave? give me that wave! are you free on friday? yeah, i'm free. why? oh, god. i bumped into robin sandusky today. she asked me to dinner with her and her husband. oh, my god. you won't believe what i saw. a car just bashed into a parked car and sped off on my block. you've got to follow that car. what? you can't let him get away with that.


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