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"no justice, no peace. no justice, no peace. no justice, no peace" man shot by police in california... dies from his injuries. why police say they thought he was armed. and breaking overnight - a shooter is on the loose after a man is found dead on milwaukee's north side. what we know so far. good morning and welcome to wakeup! rob's weather today: showers likely. breezy ne
tonight: light rain. low: 56 dewpoint: 52 wind: ne 5-10 mph traffic check red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic milwaukee police are on scene of a deadly shooting near 19th and fairmount. we're learning new information about the victim. deandra corinthios is live at the scene... and deandra... by our count... this is the
also breaking overnight - a black man shot several times by officers in a san diego suburb... has died. this happened just outside of san diego at a strip mall in el cajon. kim's in the newsroom with the latest details. an officer opened fire on a man he called "erratic" yesterday hospital where he later died. officers say the man... who looked like he was in his 30s... was walking in traffic. when police got there... he refused to remove his concealed hand from his pocket... despite multiple warnings. one officer pointed his gun at him while continuing to order him to remove the weapon. at one point... police say the man pulled an object out of that pocket... placed both hands on it and took what officers described as a shooting stance. one officer tased him... the other fired a gun. the object recovered at the scene was not a firearm.
is the time to allow investigators to share light on this event and we plan to be open and transparent within the rules of the law." the woman who called police to report the man was in traffic... was his sister - who said her brother was suffering a psychotic break. up to 100 protesters gathered at that strip mall last night... accusing the police of a racially motivated police shooting... and taking part in the el cajon police department hasn't been outfitted with body cameras yet... but a witness gave police cell phone video. no word on when that video will be released. meanwhile... a man is in critical condition... after he was shot by an officer in phoenix, arizona. it happened last night following a traffic stop. police say the driver put the car in reverse and rammed an officer's car. an officer in an unmarked vehicle nearby saw what happened - and fired at the driver. two handguns were found in the man's car. none of the offers were injured. we'll update you
we're following breaking news out of the business world too. budweiser maker anheuser-busch inbev's takeover of sabmiller has cleared its final hurdle. investors approved $103 billion dollar plan to merge the world's two biggest brewers. sabmiller shareholders approved the deal despite opposition from investors. ab inbev shareholders also backed the transaction. details on what the deal means for employees - coming up at 6:15. respond to a garage fire that leaves seven people without a home... it happened just before one this morning near michigan and 12-th. the detached garage was completely on fire when crews arrived. the garage and an suv next to it were destroyed and the home sustained minor damage. the roof of an auto body shop next to the garage was also damaged in the fire. the red cross is helping the occupants who were displaced. meanwhile... yesterday... a garage went up in flames in south milwaukee... destroying everything inside. that includes a classic car -- and a whole lot of tools. this all
harrison and marshall. we're told a second car out on the street also caught fire. nobody was injured. happening today - republican nominee donald trump is making a stop in waukesha county. angelica's in studio with more details on his visit. donald trump will talk to supporters at the waukesha expo center at six tonight. wisconsin is an important state for both trump and hillary clinton. the latest marquette law school poll gave clinton just a slight lead among likely voters 44 to 42 percent, but that's sil margin of error, so it's a virtual dead heat. that poll, however, was taken before monday's debate. an immediate poll taken by c-n-n after the debate gave the edge to clinton. although the respondents already skewed more democratic than the general population. later this week... two democratic delegates make stops in the state. chelsea clinton will campaign on behalf of her mom in green bay on friday. and tim kaine's wife anne holton will rally supporters tomorrow in
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new information this morning... after an indiana mother was accused of abducting and killing her two children. police in elkhart, indiana now say 7 year old liliana hernandez and 6 asphyxiation. amber pasztor was arrested on monday after her children's bodies were found in the backseat of the car she was driving. it was her neighbor's car. he was found shot to death in the woods yesterday morning. no charges have been filed in his death yet. and new this morning... police are investigating whether an argument over halloween masks... led to the stabbing death of a teenager. police in reading, pennsylvania said teens were riding around in scary
neighborhood.... upsetting parents. a fight broke out... and three teens were stabbed - one fatally. this morning... investigators are talking to a person of interest - but no one has been charged. straight ahead - we're following breaking news on the a-b inbev and s- a-b miller merger. "she was the worst we ever had. the worst, the absolute worst. she was impossible. she was the winner, and, you know, she gained a massive amount of weight, and it was a real problem." a beauty queen from 1996... now back in the headlines... as trump changes his
watching the fox 6 wakeup news. today: showers likely. breezy ne wind. high: 62 dewpoint: 51 wind: ne 10-20 mph tonight: light rain. low: 56 dewpoint: 52 wind: ne 5-10 mph traffic check red on traffic map = major delays delays green on traffic map = no delays "he called this woman 'miss piggy', then he called her miss housekeeping because she was latina. donald she has a name -- where did you find -- she has a name and it's alicia machado.
can bet she's going to vote this november. a former miss universe from 20 years ago... making headlines this morning... after the first presidential debate between hillary clinton and donald trump. kim's in studio with the latest. trump questioned where clinton was getting her information during the debate... but by yesterday morning... he was making no apologies for his comments on machado. weight, and it was -- it was a real problem." machado... a venezuelan at the time... won trump's miss universe conest in 1996. with all the stress and pressure after the event... machado says she gained about 20-pounds. trump claimed it was at least 40. clinton hit trump with an attack ad today... accusing trump of publicly shaming machado... as the former miss universe responded to trump's comments. "we can't accept more insults
women. i know very well mr. trump and i can see the same person that i met 20 years ago." house speaker paul ryan praised trump's debate performance... but when he was asked about trump's comments about machado's weight yesterday morning... ryan said he didn't actually see that fox news interview. anchors chat/toss to rob rob's weather forecast from fox6 chief meteorologist rob haswell mostly cloudy with showers again today as a low slides over lake michigan and into indiana. a trough of low pressure will rotate around that low and across us to keep showers going this afternoon. well stay chilly with highs in the low 60s
we may see a few lake effect clouds or showers. we do warm a bit tomorrow and dry up a bit. the long range brings our temperatures back into the seasonal range or slightly above average. today: showers likely. breezy ne wind. high: 62 dewpoint: 51 wind: ne 10-20 mph tonight: light rain. low: 56 dewpoint: 52 wind: ne 5-10 mph thursday: mostly cloudy and windy. showers possiblbt evening.gh: 6: mostly cloudy with a chance for showers. am low: 55 high: 64 dewpoint: nd: ne 10-20 mph saturday: mostly cloudy with a chcfowers. am low 5-10 m sunday: partlyoudy. am 9 high: 66 dewpoint: 53 wind: 50
chance for showers. am low: 55 high: 64 dewpoint: 55 wind: ne 10-20 mph saturday: mostly cloudy with a chance for showers. am low: 52 high: 64 dewpoint: 56 wind: ne 5-10 mph sunday: partly cloudy. am low: 49 high: 66 dewpoint: 53 wind: n 5-10 mph monday: mostly sunny. am low: 49 high: 68 dewpoint: 51 wind: se 5-10 mph temperatures back into the seasonal range or slightly above average. today: showers likely. breezy ne wind. high: 62 dewpoint: 51 wind: ne 10-20 mph toni wind: ne 5-10 mph thursday: mostly cloudy and windy. showers possible by the evening. high: 66 dewpoint: 54 wind: ne 15-25 mph friday: mostly cloudy with a chance for showers. am low: 55 high: 64 dewpoint: 55 wind: ne 10-20 mph saturday: mostly cloudy with a chance for showers. am low: 52 high: 64 dewpoint: 56 wind: ne 5-10 mph sunday: partly cloudy. am low: 49 high: 66 dewpoint: 53 wind: n 5-10 mph monday: mostly sunny. am low: 49
mph breaking business news this morning: shareholders approve the merger between a-b inbev... and s-a-b miller. investors approved plans for budweiser maker a-b inbev to takeover s-a-b miller... for 103-billion dollars. the combined company will now global bear market. however - according to transaction documents... three percent of the workforce will be cut after the merger. annual reports show the two companies had about 220- thousand employees between the two of them at the end of 2015. that could mean more than six- thousand jobs cut. details on an investigation getting underway... as samsung tries to move past its recall of millions of galaxy note 7s. plus: " i think the first journey to mars is really going to be
way around it." a mission to mars? coming up - space-x ceo lays out his plan... and how much it'll cost to colonize the red planet. workers: he campaigned as a job creator but senator johnson helps companies ship jobs overseas. good manufacturing jobs just disappeared. guys with families... guys like me? just gets
harder and harder to get ahead. we need an economy that works for people like me. for people like me. for people like me. people like me. russ: i'm russ feingold and i approve this message because wisconsin's middle class
millions of galaxy note seven phones for catching fire... a customer in china says his new phone burst into flames while charging. the company recalled 2 point 5 million phones earlier this month... but china was not included in that recall because the batteries in the phones sold there came from a different supplier. since then, there have been four reports of battery fires in china... although samsung has rebutted two of the reports. samsun the most recent incident. pause for nats of rocket launch space-x c-e-o elon musk... unveils his plan to colonize mars within the next 50 to 100 years. musk already plans to make an unmanned trip to mars before 2018... and to send the first humans to the planet in 2024. but he warns any chance
reducing the cost of a trip to 200-thousand per person... as well as making rocketes reliably re-usable. and... the risk of death will be high. musk says any mars colony will be able to grow crops in contained buildings, and have the resources to send spaceships back to earth. following reports of a deadly shooting in milwaukee. we're following breaking news overnight: a deadly officer involved shooting in california. why the sister of the man killed... called the cops in the first place... straight ahead. plus - clinton and trump's teams... both zeroing in on wisconsin voters... with multiple campaign stops in the badger state this weekend. anchor adlibs
as a result of the investigation, i'm confident that the community will support the decision made by the officer. breaking overnight in california - one man is dead after an officer shoots hi before they opened fire. now at 6:30 - breaking news from milwaukee's north side... as police respond to a deadly shooting. a live report in one minute. anchors adlib welcome back rob's weather today: showers likely. breezy ne wind. high: 62 dewpoint: 51 wind: ne 10-20 mph tonight: light rain. low: 56 dewpoint: 52
traffic check red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on r delays police are investigating a deadly shooting on milwaukee's north side. officers were called to 19th and fairmount overnight. deandra corintios is live near the scene with an update... and deandra... homicides in milwaukee now reaching triple
also breaking overnight - a man shot by police in el cajon, califoria... has died. let's get right to kim in the newsroom with the latest. this all happened yesterday afternoon.... when an officer opened fire on a man he said was acting "erractic". that man was rushed to a hospital... where he died overnight. in the meantime... protesters have gathered at the strip mall where it all happened. officers say the man... who looked like he was in his 30s... was walking in traffic. when police got there... he refused to his pocket... despite multiple warnings. one officer pointed his gun at him while continuing to order him to remove the weapon. at one point... police say the man pulled an object out of that pocket... placed both hands on it and took what officers described as a shooting stance. one officer tased him... the other fired a gun. the object recovered at the scene was not a firearm. the man's sister was the one who called police to report the man was in traffic... because he had suffered a psychotic break.
for help, i didn't call for all of you to kill my brother. i called for help, i asked for help. i called three times." the el cajon police department hasn't been outfitted with body cameras yet... but a witness gave police cell phone video. no word on when that evidence will be released. meanwhile... a man is in critical condition... after he was shot by an officer in phoenix, arizona. it happened last night following a traffic stop. police say the reverse and rammed an officer's car. an officer in an unmarked vehicle nearby saw what happened - and fired at the driver. two handguns were found in the man's car. none of the offers were injured. we'll update you as we learn more. now to an update you'll only see here on fox6: the man spotted on camera... fleeing from the back of a milwaukee police van... has been caught. 17-year old raymond barfield is now back in custody... after what appears to be a dangerous end. back on september 11-th... this exclusive cell phone video captured
of a milwaukee police van. police say he was arrested in a stolen vehicle that crashed near 23-rd and nash monday night. the case will be presented to the milwaukee county district attorney in the coming days. happening tonight - donald trump will be speaking at the waukesha county expo center at 6. meanwhile... anne holton -- the wife democratic v-p nominee tim kaine -- will be in milwaukee and kenosha tomorrow... and hillary clinton's daughter chelsea will be in green bay on friday. angelica's in studio with the latest look at the race to the white house. in the books... and sinking in for the two candidates... hillary cilnton and donald trump. less than 24 hours after complimenting moderator lester holt... trump is changing his tune. "well, he didn't ask her about the emails at all. he didn't ask her about her scandals. he didn't ask her about the benghazi deal that she destroyed." "i had some hostile questions. that was okay." trump also blamed his microphone for problems during the debate. "it was much lower than hers. it was crackling. and she didn't
a bad problem, either you have a bum mike, it's not exactly good." "anybody who complains about the microphone is not having a good night." an immediate poll taken by c-n-n after the debate gave the edge to clinton. although the respondents already skewed more democratic than the general population. happening today - milwaukee county supervisors are expected to announce legislation... to raise an hour... by 20-22. the move comes on the heel's of dane county's own shift to 15. the milwaukee bucks and alliance for good jobs also announced an agreement for a similar wage standard for service-sector jobs. right now... the living wage is 11 dollars and 68 cents. also happening today - milwaukee's strong baby campaign will kick off its latest phase at united way's southside health center.
city of milwaukee's home visiting program for expecting families. mayor barrett is expected to attend today's event... at 10 a-m. the campaign's new phase comes as infant mortality awareness month is wrapping up. t-m-z... now reporting steven avery is engaged again. the subject of the documentary "making a murderer" reportedly proposed to a legal secretary from las vegas. their relationship began with letters and phone calls... and they've been "dating" for eight months. but... t-m-z says they just met for th waupun correctional institute. avery was convicted of killing theresa halbach in 2007. there's a new effort underway to free him. getting head lice is easy. getting rid of it can be a challenge. before you rush to the pharmacy for treatments, there are alternatives that are safe and more effective. jenna sachs has details in this contact 6 report. months after her daughter came home from school infested with head lice, krystine rodriguez still checks to make sure she is
the pharmacy what was the best treatment to give, and at the time they mentioned nix." krystine used nix, one of the insecticides recommended by doctors and the american academy of pediatrics. but research published by the journal of medical entomology has found that over 98 percent of lice in the u.s. are resistant to the insecticides in popular over-the- counter treatments such as nix and rid. "lice have built up resistance to pyrethrum and permethrin, the main ingredients in these products, because of geneticu getting rid of lice is tricky: you not only have to remove the live bugs but also kill the eggs and nits, something the products dont always do. "the chemicals on the market dont kill 100 percent of the eggs and they can pose some health risks." consumer reports reached out to the makers of nix and rid. nix says its active ingredient is still recommended by the american academy of pediatrics. rid did not respond. so what is
pests? consumer reports experts say the best method is to physically remove the lice and their eggs by using a lubricant such as a hair conditioner or olive oil, and using a fine-toothed metal comb to go through the entire head. "the space in the metal combs has to be small enough to allow a single hair to go through them, but not an egg." part the hair into very small sections and use a paper towel to wipe the small comb in between passings. when finished, wash or rinse the hair. repeat this every day until no live lice or eggs are found. from lice spreading in your home -- just head to our website - fox 6 now dot com. i'm jenna sachs - contact 6. straight ahead - how leaders from both parties in the u-s... are remembering one of the last founding fathers of israel israel. "almost every single poll had us winning the debate against crooked hillary clinton." " one down. two to go." against crooked hillary clinton." " one down. two to go." hillary clinton and donald trump... both declaring
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week. her 3 year old daughter was thrown 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. and the dodge county man charged in connection to the death of 42-year-old holly nehls will be in court today. brandl faces one count of first- degree reckless homicide after nehls died of a heroin overdose in the end of may. he allegedly drove body in his car -- before taking her to the hospital. a jury trial is underway for the man accused of stabbing a walgreens manager. 52-year-old timothy king is charged with first degree reckless injury. he's accused of stabbing john witherspoon this winter. according to the criminal complaint, witherspoon, the manager of the walgreens near 27th and national, was trying to escort king out of the store when king stabbed him. this morning... reaction is pouring in from around the world... after former israeli
angelica's in studio with that story and more of your latest headlines. he was 93 years old. we're told his condition worsened after a major stroke two weeks ago. peres was the last surviving link to israel's founding fathers. in a statement last night... president barack obama said in part... "there are few people who we share this world with who change the course of human history... shimon was the essence of israel itself." house speaker paul ryan wrote "the world has los legend and statesman. shimon peres was a gift to the country he helped establish and lead, and a persistent voice for the cause of peace." a suspicious package forces police to evacuate department headquarters in charlotte, north carolina. this comes a week after a fatal officer involved shooting... that led to days of protests. officers say the package was discovered in the mailroom yesterday.... so police called in a bomb-sniffing dog and remote- controlled robot to check it out. it took around four hours for the bomb squad to
package. authorities said there was no phone call or threat made to the department. no one was hurt. the senate is expected to vote today... to override president barack obama's veto of the so-called 9-11 bill. although several of the 9/11 terrorists were from saudi arabia, the saudi government has denied having any role in the attacks. president obama said he vetoed the measure out of concern for the safety of u-s diplomats and servicemen abroad. he also said the bill would hurt u-s nation war on terror more difficult. the senate needs a two thirds vote before it can go to the house. if congress succeeds, it would be the first time in obama's presidency that one of his vetoes will be overturned. it was the most-watched debate in the history of presidential debates. nearly 82 million people watched hillary clinton and donald trump go head to head monday night.. so what it will mean for the candidates here in wisconsin? fox6's rachelle baillon finds
democratic nominee hillary clinton and republican nominee donald trump was the first face-off between the two, and it drew a near record breaking crowd. "trump brought a lot of eyeballs to the debate." "he brought them to the circus but what they saw was not good for him." brian fraley is a former political director of the republican party of wisconsin. he now runs edge messaging. he says he won't be voting for trump or clinton -- but says clinton was the clear winner in monday's contest. "the bar was set so low for trump and he couldn't he hit his head n even do that. now, does that mean that she's going to get a huge bump in the polls i don't know." as of last week, the two were locked in a dead heat here in wisconsin. the most recent marquette law school poll showed clinton with 44 percent among the state's likely voters and trump with 42 percent. fraley predicts that monday's performance will halt recent polling trends. "it stops her decline
these last 40 days for a real slug fest." uwm professor mordecai lee thinks the debate was a draw.....and also says it may not have helped undecided voters move any closer to choosing a candidate. "which means that there's an opening both for the libertarian candidate and for the green party candidate i suspect we're going to be seeing an increase by both of those candidates because people are just so unhappy with it." rachelle baillon fox 6 news. anchors chat and toss to rob rob's weather forecast from fox6 chief meteorologist rob haswell mostly cloudy with showers again today as a low slides over lake michigan and into indiana. a trough of low pressure will rotate around that
showers going this afternoon. well stay chilly with highs in the low 60s and as winds pick up from the ne we may see a few lake effect clouds or showers. we do warm a bit tomorrow and dry up a bit. the long range brings our temperatures back into the seasonal range or slightly above average. today: showers likely. breezy ne wind. high: 62 dewpoint: 51 wind: ne 10-20 mph tonight: light rain. low: 56 dewpoint: 52 wind: ne 5-10 mph thursday: mostly cloudy and windy. showers possible by the evening. high: 66 dewpoint: 54 wind: ne 15-25 mph friday: mostly cloudy with a chance for owers. am l:5high: 64 dewpoint:r showrs gh: 64 dewpoint: 56 nd: ne 5-10 rtly cloudy. am low: 49 high: 6 wind: n 5-10 mph monday: stly sunny. wpoint: 53 wd: n 5-
associated press says the earliest he'll be back is december. it isn't known if he'll have to have another surgery. meanwhile there's no break for the badgers as they are preparing for undefeated and 4th ranked michigan. they'll meet in ann arbor saturday. and while there's been a bit of a quarterback controversy in madison, paul chryst is very happy with what he's getting out of both starter alex hornibrook and back up bart houston. "there's a lot that goes into it. it's knowing your opponent. it's knowing your game pl going out and being able to execute it. then seeing it and this is where i can be better at it and working on that the next day. it's never ending." saturday's game starts at 2:30. coming up - they won tony awards for their performances... now... denzel washington and viola davis are going for oscar gold. a look at "fences"...
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sam sotoodeh and barzeen soroudi were charged with leaving a spectator area and entering the stage... as well as interfering with a performance. the two men stormed the stage earlier this month... wearing t-shirts with lochte's name crossed out... in protest of the swimmer's lies about an alleged armed robbery. the men were tackled by security and escorted out. they face up to six months in jail. the two are scheduled to be arraigned on october 4th. brad pitt... now victim of a death hoax on facebook. fake story titled "rip brad pitt" - don't click on it - you might get hacked. a spokesperson from facebook warned users that the post is a hoax. facebook says the post is part of a phishing scam. clicking on the link takes you to a prompt for your facebook username and password. entering that information on the wrong screen gives hackers control of your account.
paramount pictures is hoping it will be a big winner come oscar night next year. take a listen: "hey pa, can i ask you a question? how come you ain't never liked me?" "like you? what law is there say i got to like you?" based on the pulitzer prize and tony award winning play by august wilson... "fences" is produced, directed by and stars denzel washington... who starred in the play alongside both washington and davis won tony awards for their work in the stage version. davis will be in the movie adaptation as well. "fences tells the story of a former baseball player struggling with raising his
now at 7-- milwaukee may have reached its 100th homicide. this year after a man was found shot to death this morning. what we know about the investigation. plus.. protests in california after a man is shot and killed by police officers. why demonstrators say there's racism in their police department and why police officers say they opened fire. good morning and welcome back to wakeup! time now x:xx
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