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all charges! one of the men responsible for the shooting death of 5-year-old laylah petersen is heading to prison! it only took the jury three hours to come back with its guilty verdict. tonight--- a family member of the victim says she hopes he never gets out. our ben handelman is in the newsroom. found guilty of firing a gun into the home where petersen was sitting on her grandfather's lap. two other men have already pleaded guilty to their roles in the crime. an aunt says today's decision--- means justice for the little girl. if she was still alive today--- laylah petersen would have turned 7 last week. i look at her everyday and give her a kiss every day. and i know she is watching over us. instead--- her aunt kathy petersen is left with pictures
have the strength. life doesnt stop. petersen was sitting on her grandfather's lap in 2014, when bullets came piercing through the wall. the family waited nearly a year for arrests. and nearly another year for this day. it feels like a weight is lifted. but at the same time it is still very heavy in your heart. in court--- a jury convicting carl barrett jr. of all four charges against him. how many people actually touched ta got through? the defense, unsuccessfully argued the state never proved barrett was there. youre going to come to the conclusion that the state has proven that carl barrett was involved in this. two other men, arlis gordon and paul farr have already pleaded guilty to their charges. investigators say the three were looking to kill a man acquitted for killing gordon's brother. gordon and
violence leads absolutely nowhere. the conviction ends what at one time was milwaukee's highest profile murder mystery. justice for a family, left with one very big void in their lives. we remember her everyday. and by remembering her she is still alive in our hearts. investigators say barrett and gordon both fired their weapons into the petersen house. the jury did not have to decide which men's bullet ending charged with reckless homicide party to a crime. the jury had to simply decide if barrett was involved--- which they did. sentencing is set for december. live in the newsroom, ben handelman fox 6 news. bev thank ben we have tracked the laylah petersen case since the beginning. when you visit fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app -- you can see how the community rallied to help solve this case -- and honored her memory with a peace garden. two teen girls are recovering
pit bulls. both dogs were shot by a police officer. one has died. fox 6's ashley sears is live at the brown deer police department with the latest. authorities say the dogs lived in the same home as one of the victims. police are investigating what happened. first responders surround a home-- at 48th and west dean road in brown away on stretchers-- police investigate what happened in the front yard. just before 4:30 in the afternoon-- police say two pit bulls attacked two 14-year old girls-- the dogs lived in the home with one of the girls. 35:53 i feel sorry for them. cheryl christensen lives near by and says she has seen at least one of the dogs before. 34:25 i was walking down 48th street here and then all of a sudden, a dog ran out of a vehicle. she says as she walked her dogs
of the pit bulls lunged toward them. 34:30 like a mother, i screamed because im worried about these girls getting hurt. the dog eventually ran away-- 35:07 im just so glad the guy was there and called them back. but thursday-- the girls at this home were not as lucky. police say when they arrived-- an officer shot one dog-- to protect the 14-year- old girls. that's when they say the other pit bull tried to attack and that dog was shot. one dog died-- the other was turned animal control. the dog owner requested it be euthanized. the girls suffered serious injuries. they were treated on the scene and taken to local hospitals. live at the brown deer police department, ashley sears fox 6 news. ted thanks ash new at nine -- a long time educator -- busted on child porn charges. prosecutors say 68-year-old
kenosha's "all saints academy." the principal prompted the investigation -- saying de-fazio had "liked" some questionable pictures of young girls on facebook. he was let go -- and when police searched his laptop-- they allegedly found nearly a dozen inappropriate images. de-fazio told police -- he didn't think the images "crossed the line." ... and that he usually uses his laptop to read stories on fox-six now dot com -- or to play games. he previously worked for several decades in racine county. accident on the city's northwest side. the 2-year-old boy got caught between a bunk bed and the wall. it happened last weekend at a home near 101st and jonen-- just north of mill road. the boy was taken to children's hospital where he died--we learned tonight--on sunday. two confirmed cases of crypto-spora-di- osis in waukesha county. and tonight we've been told the patients recently swam at the princeton club in new berlin.
cooperating-- and working to take preventative action. crypto can cause diarrhea and it can be spread through water, including pools. so far, health officials say the source of the illness is not known. overcast and windy this evening with scattered rain showers, mainly south of milwaukee. the temperature will fall into the upper 50s. cloudy, breezy and cool friday into saturday with on and off rain only reach into the low 60s. we'll finally dry out sunday and see the sunshine for the first half of the work week. temperatures will gradually warm above normal into the low 70s. tonight: scattered showers. low: 57 dewpoint: 55 wind: ne 10-15 mph friday: cloudy and breezy with scattered rain showers. high: 62 dewpoint: 56 wind: ne
rain showers. am low: 55 high: 62 dewpoint: 57 wind: ne 5-10 mph check the radar anytime - right from your phone. just download the fox 6 storm center app, ' apple devices. you decide coverage now - fresh off his waukesha visit - republican presidential nominee donald trump holding a rally in new hampshire. new poll from public policy polling finds clinton leading trump nationally... after monday night's debate. the poll finds clinton with 44- percent, trump with 40-percent... followed by libertarian nominee
today. she's urging supporters to cast their ballots as soon as possible. early, in-person voting in iowa started today. clinton's team is trying to follow president barack obama's strategy of establishing an edge in the battleground state by getting backers to the polls early. meanwhile - the wife of hillary clinton's running mate stops in milwaukee. anne holton is the former education secretary in virginia. she kept her message positive -- focused on kaine, and hillary clinton. meanwhile, clinton's supporters are responding to something donald trump said in waukesha county last night as he appealed to african-american voters. to the african american community, i say, what the hell do you have to lose? we would have a lot to lose, i believe, if we went over to donald trumps side. i dont think hes for education. i dont think hes for families. i think hes
there was no word today on when hillary clinton might be back in wisconsin. but her daughter chelsea will be campaigning for her mother in green bay tomorrow.. she's expected to encourage people to get out and vote. milwaukee county's executive has an idea for getting a lot of cash into the bus system. and it involves higher fees ---but not for bus riders. why chris abele is calling on car owners to foot more of the bill for bus riders. and-- will he get anyone else on board? with a message to people living outside milwaukee. what ever problems the city has---won't be kept in the city alone. the one thing he wants all wisconsinites to consider. and-- there are few people more qualified to talk brewers baseball than "bill schroeder". the catcher-turned-broadcaster chats about his new book, the magic of the ball park....and how long he wants to keep doing what he does--when we go
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more... thats if county executive chris abele gets his way. its an effort to preserve transportation funding without increasing bus fares or other taxes. but some argue... its just spinning wheels. fox6 bret lemoine is live outside the milwaukee county courthouse with that story. we first told you about the proposed wheel tax in july... now its one step closer to reality. milwaukee county motorists could soon be paying more to hit the ro registration fee. which averages out to $5 per month.' county executive chris abele is making good on his promise to include a so- called 'wheel tax' in his 2017 budget proposal. ca 'for the past five years, we have not raised fairs. we havent cut routes.' -- and in order to maintain that for public transportation, abele says the county is left with no choice. he says its the only legal option: ca 'the only tool we have to address it is a vehicle
on state funds to help... and this option will generate 27-million dollars a year for milwaukee county. he says its enough to fund all the countys transportation infrastructure costs, annual bus replacements, county highway and bridge repairs. it will also help preserve the 'go pass' program, allowing seniors and the disabled to ride the bus for free - or at a significantly reduced cost. p 'we just have to keep transit going. there are a lot of people who are depending on it.' but county supervisor michael mayo says... not everybody is eager i know that we need revenue, i want transportation to keep going, but that is really a lot.' mayo, who is also the chairman of the transportation committee, does not support the wheel tax. he says its going to be a tough sell to the county board. mayo says the board has yet to see the proposal. mm 'youre hitting the residents of milwaukee double! on a wheel tax!' all motor vehicle owners pay a 75- dollar state vehicle registration. city of milwaukee residents currently pay a 20- dollar wheel tax of
factor in this proposed 60-dollar fee... folks in the city will pay 155-dollars a year just to operate their cars. mm 'come on chris, work with the board - no more taxes on wheels!' the budget proposal will be published online tomorrow. and next week... the county board will have their first official look at it. reporting live at the courthouse, bl, fox6 news. ted thanks bret milwaukee's biggest employers. northwestern mutual confirmed - 100 jobs will be eliminated this year. officials say insurance companies like northwestern mutual rely on two sources of income. one is based on interest rates -- and while the current low investment rates we're seeing are good for the consumer.. it's a struggle in the industry. northwestern mutual is the 9th largest employer in the area with almost 6-thousand employees in downtown milwaukee and
statement that reads in part - '...weve been evaluating how we work to better serve our clients. while we will continue to focus on hiring people with the skills we need and developing our teams, some positions will be impacted and these decisions have not been easy.' in addition to the 100 jobs cut this year - the statement says hundreds more will be eliminated next year... but no specific number was given. members of milwaukee's common council are fed up. they say prostitution has become rampant in parts of the with city officials to do something to stop it. fox 6's rachelle baillon explains. plenty of people don't like what they're seeing on the streets of the city's near south side. "i have never seen it as bad as it is now. blatant, blatant. and whatever is going on is simply not working." neighbors , religious leaders, community organizations and law
national, greenfield and lincoln avenues are at the heart of a prostitution problem. they showed up at thursday's public safety committee meeting to share their observations with members of the common council. "one of my daily duties in the morning that i make it on myself is to go around and make sure that i don't find no needles around the school, used condoms." those in the neighborhood insist the prostitution is as visible as ever. "my boys, even as young boys have been solicited." stem from two other serious issues: drug addiction and human trafficking. "these women were being treated like animals and she was forced to go out and sell her body and she was manipulated with drugs." the multi-pronged problem could require a complex solution. which is what committee members are hoping a dialogue will help them to find. "....how serious this matter is and how it has totally deteriorated the quality of life."
until the problem is solved.... with alderman bob donovan saying they'll discuss it every month, if needed. rachelle ballion fox 6 news. ...an 18-year-old campbells-port man - arrested for allegedly stealing mail. washington county officials say the suspect stole from mailboxes in farmington-- barton-- and west bend. a victim alerted police when he says, he saw the man take his cable bill from his mailbox. we're told the suspect had stolen mail on him when he was arrested. the sheriffs office says there could be a man is in custody after an attempted burglary at otto's wine cask in brown deer last night. officers say a 22-year-old man tried to punch through the glass-- and had a deep cut on his arm. they say he admitted to the burglary and said he broke into the same store last week. both incidents are being investigated. there's new focus on a decade's old program that works to decrease the infant mortality rate. city officials unveiled their
word about home- visits for families caring for newborns. but fox6's madeline anderson tell us there are also challenges ahead for the home visit program. each year... the milwaukee health department's home visiting programs help 400 families as they navigate the challenges of parenthood in the first year of life. we do child developmental and health screenings right in the home. heather puente oversees many of the meet with these families. she says the mothers are often living in poverty or don't speak english... and therefore at higher risk of giving birth to premature babies-- the main cause of infant mortality. environment is a huge factor of that. what weve seen is weve seen more progress in reducing the infant mortality rate in the white populations and the hispanic populations. we havent seen as great a reduction in the african american rate.despite the current need in the community...
400-thousand- dollar cut in funding for the upcoming year. its really unfortunate.the free home visits are supported by a grant from the department of children and families. the money comes from the federal government... which awarded wisconsin 20-percent less this year. a dcf spokesman says plus... staff didn't meet their 5-year goal. quote 'milwaukee health department was contracted to serve 1650 families but only served 1193 families." less babies getting important care. we know that the earlier were involved in that 0-3 time of a childs life, that theyre more likely to be set up to have a successful future. reporting in milwaukee... madeline anderson fox6 news. new tonight - the big reveal .. who will perform at this year's super bowl.. plus - tough talk from milwaukee police chief ed flynn. his take on crime - soft sentences.. and body cameras..
you are watching fox 6 news at 9. overcast and windy this scattered rain
showers, mainly south of milwaukee. the temperature will fall into the upper 50s. cloudy, breezy and cool friday into saturday with on and off rain showers. the temperature will only reach into the low 60s. we'll finally dry out sunday and see the
temperatures will gradually warm above normal into the low 70s. tonight: scattered showers. low: 57 dewpoint: 55 wind: ne 10-15 mph friday: cloudy and breezy with scattered rain showers. high: 62 dewpoint: 56 wind: ne 10-15 mph saturday: cloudy with scattered rain showers. am low: 55 high: 62 dewpoint: 57 wind: ne 5-10 mph milwaukee is approaching its 100th homicide this year..
the message from police ed flynn when it comes to public safety in milwaukee. it's one of the subjects he touched on during a panel discussion this afternoon. our a.j. bayatpour was on that panel... sure more cops would help but the local taxpayer shouldnt have to foot 100% of the bill when the entire state depends on milwaukees productivity, the entire state depends o amenities. milwaukee police chief ed flynn renews his call for public safety issues in wisconsin's largest city to be viewed as a state problem. it comes as milwaukee approaches its 100th homicide of 2016 - and just one month removed from its deadliest month in 25 years. and its the height of political hypocrisy to put all of this on this mayor, that mayor, or the other, and by extension, their ratepayers while everyone else says not my problem. but you know damn well if theres a tornado in i-dont-know-where county,
taxes is gonna go out there and no ones gonna blink an eyelash. flynn specifically continues his call for a state law mandating harsher sentences for repeat misdemeanor offenders caught illegally carrying a gun. as for another issue getting lots of attention... flynn says police will not release body camera footage of the sylville smith shooting because it'd be against the wishes of the attorney general and the d-a. im not gonna try to pull the rug out from underneath them. the chief goes on to say body cameras are not the ultim youre going to see on that tape is frequently going to be ambiguous, difficult to interpret, not from everybodys perspective, and you know what? sometimes the cameras gonna be pointed that way and sometimes it got turned on late. these things - technology is not perfect. as many of you may remember, the u.s. department of justice is in the midst of looking into the patterns of the milwaukee police department. chief flynn says he expects that report to come out in october. reporting from the newsroom pub in downtown milwaukee, a.j. bayatpour, fox 6
flynn weigh in on today? visit fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app to view extended clips. just search "flynn." baseball is his life. in fact, he's become a milwaukee institution. only, this time, we're not talking about bob uecker! tom pipines goes beyond the game. schroeder was behind the plate on april 15th, 1987, when robin yount's diving catch in baltimore preserved juan nieves' no hitter-the only one in franchise history. it's been a magic carpet ride ever since. 12:43:13 i'm blessed; being around here in milwaukee and being with the brewers, i've met so many wonderful; people and have so many great stories. 12:43:20 schroeder, played for
star at clemson university says that wisconsinites made him feel like one of their own. 12:45:09 from day one, you know. somebody when i first got here said 'take care of the people in this community while you're playing, and they'll take care of you when you're not playing'. and that has been resounding over the years. 12:45:21 in 1995, bill schroeder was asked to be the color commentator on brewers television broadcasts; he's held the position ever since. 12:46:43 just very fortunate to in the best seat in miller park, right behind home pl;ate, right next to bob uecker just doing brewers basa just been a blessing. everything that i have and own, moist of the friends that i have, my wife, because of baseball and the brewers. 12:46:59 schroeder's quick to point out that he'll never be mistaken for uecker..another catcher turned broadcaster... but "rock" as he's affectionately know, wouldn't mind ueck's longevity! 12:49:00 ish i couldn't imagine not doing what i'm doing, and i don't have any plans of giving it up. i mean they're going to have to rip
bill schroeder is a great fit in the booth...because you can identify with him..first, he's humble 12:487:04 a lot of people tell me when i first got started, he says 'you know, i really like listening to you' it's not like those polished guys'! laughter 12:48:11 and like so many brewers fans..bill schroder's passionate about baseball. 12:45:48 the one thing i do have is i love to come to the ballpark everyday, whether it's 2002 when the brewers lost 106 games, there's always a story to tell. there's always somebody out there watching you for the a brewers game, that have never heard you before; and you always want to put your best foot forward. 12:46:05 ish like bob uecker, schreoder is an author. local broadcaster and former brewers beat writer drew olson approached bill about doing a book; "if these walls could talk". 12:33:50 the fans really bonded with him and it's really great seeing the fans coming up to him and saying how much they enjoyed hearing the stories that he was telling. and for me the fun part was , i gave rock a tape recorder, and he would tell stories in it; and i would type his stories. and i got to write
some of my teammates, john adam our trainer, a lot of different things. it kind of morphed into something i really enjoyed doing. i'm not sure i'm going to be able to do another one of those; because i think i've emptied out the coffer 12:42:59 the story that stands out for the author is the time after a game in denver when he was out with among others, his son and 2 of the coaches. "rock" retired early..they stayed out awhile longer. 12:52:33 so low and behold it's the middle of the night about 2 in the morning. i get a sense that something's o right in my room. and i open my eyes and there's dale sveum and eddie sedar laying in the bed with me. 12:52:43 12:52:48 i just laid there, and my initial reaction was this! and he was about this far from my face and i pushed him; he went against the wall and ed sedar says , 'don't worry rock, it's just me and dale, don't worry! 12:52:58 turns out bill's son had given the coaches his father's key! as the ol' saying goes, if these walls could talk! tp; fss
in its' second printing. it's available on line and in local books stores, including the brewers store. new tonight - a new look at the titletown district in green bay. it will be so much more than ...the other activities for fans. plus - a look inside the new suites. a new concern about area construction zones.. the new rule starting saturday that you need to know about.. some cooler air on the way friday into the first half of the weekend, plus another chance for rain. details
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his movies on blu-ray. ...details in tonight's buzz. brad pitt voluntarily takes a
drug test.. according to t-m-z...pitt took the test in an effort to cooperate with the investigation into child abuse allegations. the test happened within days of the incident on the family's private plane...where pitt reportedly physically and verbally abused one after angelina jolie filed for divorce from pitt...citing irreconcilable differences. a rep for pitt has yet to comment. disney is remaking the lion king... walt disney studios said it is teaming up with director jon favreau fahv-row to reimagine the movie in a way similar to the jungle book that came out in april.the new "lion king" will include music from the original. no release date yet for the movie. prince's films are getting a
blu-ray set featuring a three of the performer's acting roles...including "purple rain," "graffiti bridge" and "under the cherry moon" which was prince's directorial debut. the set drops october 4th. and that's your buzz. breaking buzz news - lady gaga will headline the super bowl halftime show next year. nfl and pepsi say the pop star will take the stage on february 5th for the h in houston. gaga sang the national anthem at the super bowl earlier this year in santa clara, california. super bowl 51 airs right here on fox6. the weekend looking a bit rainy.. weather expert stephanie barichello is coming up with the forecast. plus-- a bizarre scene caught on camera.
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yeah, that makes more sense. when your phone is your debit card. that's the bmo effect. young man full of promise. "i'm definatly a better person for having him in my life" a marine killed in an accident---how his alma mater honored najee williams recently and why his coach knows his legacy will live on. -------------------------------- -------------- and lighting up the night...we've been telling you about it for days but now it's here. where you can see these fantastic lights for yourself. tonight at
wauwatosa moves forward. city officials will help finance apartments and condos proposed by horizon development. this is a rendering of the proposal that will be built near the wauwatosa fire department on underwood avenue. it includes 32 apartments, retail space and 82 parking spaces. the city is considering tax incentives for the project -- but says the deal is "still under negotiation." for more business news - go to fox 6 now dot com for a link to the business journal.
evening with scattered rain showers, mainly south of milwaukee. the temperature will fall into the upper 50s. cloudy, breezy and cool friday into saturday with on and off rain showers. the temperature will only reach into the low 60s. we'll finally dry out sunday and see the the work week. temperatures will gradually warm above normal into the low 70s. tonight: scattered showers. low: 57 dewpoint: 55 wind: ne 10-15 mph friday: cloudy and breezy with
wind: ne 10-15 mph saturday: cloudy with scattered rain showers. am low: 55 high: 62 dewpoint: 57 wind: ne 5-10 mph sunday: mostly cloudy. am low: 55 high: 66 dewpoint: 55 wind: nw 5-10 mph monday: partly sunny. am low: 53 high: 68 5-10 mph tuesday: mostly sunny. am low: 54 high: 70 dewpoint: 53 wind: se 5-10 mph wednesday:mostly sunny. am low: 56 high: 71 dewpoint: 55 wind: se 5-10 mph overcast and windy this evening with scattered rain showers,
temperature will fall into the upper 50s. cloudy, breezy and cool friday into saturday with on and off rain showers. the temperature will only reach into the low 60s. we'll finally dry out sunday and see the sunshine for the first half of the work week. temp above normal into the low 70s. tonight: scattered showers. low: 57 dewpoint: 55 wind: ne 10-15 mph friday: cloudy and breezy with scattered rain showers. high: 62 dewpoint: 56 wind: ne 10-15 mph
am low: 55 high: 62 dewpoint: 57 wind: ne 5-10 mph sunday: mostly cloudy. am low: 55 high: 66 dewpoint: 55 wind: nw 5-10 mph monday: partly sunny. am low: 53 high: 68 dewpoint: 53 wind: nw-ne 5-10 mph tuesday: mostly sunny. high: 70 dewpoint: 53 wind: se 5-10 mph wednesday:mostly sunny. am low: 56 high: 71 dewpoint: 55
anchors thanks weather needs more skilled workers...and, the state is getting involved to help. wisconsin launched an arborist- apprenticeship program this year ...through the department of workforce development. woc-tell wachtel tree science in merton..is involved in training two apprentices.employers say there are plenty of jobs to be had...but there is a lack of skilled workers in the state. "this is a way to get somebody in their education in something
for: working outside, climbing trees, being physical...working with the largest living organisms on earth" the apprenticeship program runs three- and- a- half years. it is a combination of on- the- job- training and classroom work. for more information from the department of workforce development-- and how to apply, head to this story at fox6 now dot com while the first snow plow drivers from the department of transportation are spending this week honing their skills for the coming winter. and fox6s carl deffenbaugh was along for the ride. there was sun instead of storms, orange cones in place of white snow, but on this side tarmac at general mitchell airport, winter preparations are in overdrive. 'it's a reminder of the season that we're about to go into and getting ourselves ready and prepared to take on
of transportation is hosting its 10th annual roadeo - thats road-eo - on thursday and friday. instead of a bull or bronco, these guys try to wrangle thousands of pounds of plow truck around an intricate course. 'this is to simulate the side of a road here, going around a mailbox.' 'you get nervous out there. you know that there's prizes and things you can win, s prizes, and bragging rights. the drivers are from both the highway and airport maintenance teams, and there is a trophy up for grabs between those two friendly, but rival, groups. 'that always makes it a little more fun. guys are razzing each other a little bit to see who does better.' 'i believe highway has it now and it's ours to retake this year.' and while the dot roadeo is mainly for the plow drivers, officials say the rest of us can get a quick refresher as well before the first snow falls. 'be mindful of our crews out there and give them the space
roadway gets cleared, to make it safe for everyone.' carl deffenbaugh, fox6 news. about 125 drivers will take part in the road-eo over the two days. in addition to the test course, they also go through classes on safety, equipment and more starting saturday - you must put down that cell phone while driving in construction zones or risk a fine. october 1st - you cannot talk-- text-- navigate-- or otherwise use your cell phone while driving in construction zones. you can, however, use your phone to report an emergency --and hands-free use is allowed. the fine for a first offense is between 20 and 40- dollars. the national transportation safety board says the engineer in the fatal new jersey train crash is out of the hospital and is cooperating with
killed and more than 100 other people were injured-- it happened during the morning rush in hoboken. officials say the new jersey transit train was going too fast when it came into the station - but it's unclear why. most of the injuries were people aboard the train, not standing on the platform. at the end of every track, there's a bumper, a steel bumper, it went right through the bumper and right on top of the platform. the roof collapsed on top of the first car which was pretty crumpled a water line broke so there was water everywhere. should last 7 to 10 days. so far there's no indication that the crash was anything but a tragic accident." major flooding across metro detroit. heavy rains have swamped the city making some roadways undriveable. this is some of the worst flooding - nearly 12 feet of water turned the expressway and overpass into a swimming pool of cars. state police reported at least three driver rescues from the
"it completely submerged two cars and one of them the person was able to get out of that one, we were able to get to them as well. so it happens very quickly a lot of people don't realize how fast this water comes up, so just be careful." a flood watch is in effect for southeast michigan until tomorrow night. a woman driving in new jersey had an unfortunate accident. her car hit a deer. - and the deer hit back! police dashcam caught the whole after the initial incident the woman pulled over to check on the animal.. and that's when it darted across the road and attacked her. the officer says he's never seen anything like it. unfortunately, the deer didn't make it. we're getting a new look at the titletown district in green bay. renderings show a sledding hill will be added to the area around the stadium. the hill will start on top of a building 45- feet above the ground.
heading down the hill. there will also be a playground and sports field, the size of a regulation football field. the packers also show off some of their new lambeau field suites. the suites went through a 55-million dollar renovation, which began last year. fox 6's kim murphy has a look inside. out with the old. "our suites have been the same way for i believe 14 or 15 seasons." and in with the new.... "our pursuit is always to be the best sporting experience in all these suites help us achieve that goal." at least thats the motto for lambeau field's new suites and club seating on the west side of the stadium. construction on the east side suites hasn't started. "we're all about enhancing the guest experience and improving it any way we can." the suites have new signage on the doors, a heater, two h-d tvs, and a smart tv. "this suite holds 20 individuals max, our suites vary in size from a 12 person on up to a 48 person." "the one big concern with the
here you're going to feel the crowd, you're going to feel the noise." the new suites offer retractable windows, which allow fans to enjoy the lambeau experience. according to the packers, the new suites open up other opportunities for the stadium. "if you have another concert here and you can't open the windows that really affects them. that takes a lot of revenue out of the system if you can't use those suites for concerts and other events which we continue to hope to have here." and when it comes to the price tag for "prices are the same, prices did not change based on renovation or old." the organization says the new suites are a big hit and there's already a waiting list to rent them. kim murphy fox 6 news. all of the new titletown construction is expected to be done by fall of next year.
now at 10-- he says he has no other options. how much county executive chris abele wants milwaukee county drivers to pay-- to maintain public transportation. plus-- it feels like a weight is lifted. justice for laylah the little girl's aunt reacts to today's verdict. and-- a dog attack in brown deer. one neighbor tells us she was almost a victim earlier this week. that's where we start at ten: two teens attacked by pit bulls. the girls are in serious condition tonight. it happened in brown deer. police shot both dogs. one died on the scene, the other is expected to be put down. fox 6's ashley sears is live at the police department with the latest. police say the dogs lived in the
tonight, investigators are trying to figure out what took place. at 48th and west dean road in brown deer. two girls are taken by stretchers-- as police investigate the scene. just before 4:30 in the afternoon-- police say two pit bulls attacked two 14-year old girls in this front yard. the dogs lived in the home with one of the girls. police say when they shot one dog-- to protect the girls. that's when they say the other pit bull tried to attack and that dog was shot. one dog died-- the other was turned over to milwaukee area domestic animal control. the dog owner requested it be euthanized. it may not be the first time there has been an issue with the dogs. 34:25 i was walking down 48th street here and then all of a sudden, a dog ran out of a vehicle. cheryl christensen lives near by and
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