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now at 7-- milwaukee county motorists could road. the reason behind county executive chris abele's proposal. plus.. police in racine county looking for two women who allegedly attempted to rob a gas station at gun point. how you can help police track them down. good morning and welcome back to wakeup! time now x:xx weather anchor adlibs traffic red on
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breaking news --- crews are on the scene of a house fire near 36th and burnham in milwaukee. no word yet on what sparked the fire or if anyone was hurt. we have a crew on the way to the scene and will have a live report at 7-30. this morning police says a man is in very critical condition after an overnight shooting. investigators say it happened just before ten last night near 37th and townsend. officials say its unclear what led up to the shooting. police are searching for suspects. and several lanes in the mitchell interchange are back open after an overnight crash involving a semi. officials are not saying much about the incident at this time...but it appears a car went under a
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eastbound around midnight. two lanes were closed on the system ramp to 94 eastbound. we'll bring you any updates as soon as they come into our newsroom. it could soon cost more to operate a vehicle in milwaukee county. county executive chris abele announcing a plan that could cost drivers an annual fee of 60-dollars. abele says the county cant rely on state funds to help -- and this option will generat 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 reduced cost. the county board will get a look at the proposal next week. dogs attack two teen girls in brown deer sending them to the hospital. this morning they are recovering but in serious condition.
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west dean road yesterday afternoon. authorities say the dogs lived in the same home as one of the victims. brown deer police shot both dogs -- one died on scene. the other dog was taken by madacc -- the owner requested it be euthanized. an attempted armed robbery in racine county is under investigation this morning. the sheriffs office has released pictures of the suspects. take a look at your screen. investigators say two women entered the gas station on loomis road in the town norway yesterday evening from the register using a knife. they were not successful and were gone by the time deputies got to the scene. the suspects are described as two white women in their late teens to early twenties. they are believed to be driving an older buick lesabre with a tan vinyl roof. no on was hurt. one of the men responsible for the shooting death of 5-year-old laylah petersen is heading to prison. angelica is in the newsroom with reaction from petersen's family. three hours! that's all a jury needed to come back with a verdict.
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found guilty on all four charges he faced. laylah petersen was sitting on her grandfather's lap in 2014, when bullets pierced through the wall killing her. investigators say, barrett and two other men were looking to kill a man acquitted of murdering one the men's family members. they fired into the wrong house. arlis gordon and paul farr have already pleaded guilty for their roles. petersen's aunt says the verdict comes with mixed emotions. "we have to have the strength. life doesnt stop. we remember her everyday. and by remembering her she is still carl barrett will be sentenced in december-- his co-defendents will also learn their fates before the end of the year. paul farr is expected to be sentenced in october. arlis gordon-- in december. a long time educator -- is facing child porn charges. 68-year-old "thomas de-fazio" was a volunteer at kenosha's
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principal -- after he "liked" some questionable pictures of young girls on facebook. on his laptop -- police allegedly found nearly a dozen inappropriate images. prosecutors say de-fazio told investigators he did not think the images "crossed the line." he previously worked for several decades in racine county. a toddler dies after a bunk-bed 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 children's hospital-- we learned last night the boy has now died. the royal family making headlines --- what princess charlotte did that has a lot of people talking online. and talk about an all-time "thrill ride". what some dare devils did five thousand feet in the air in an effort to break a world record. and carl is getting down and
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wakeup news. forecast from fox6 meteorologist rob haswell that 'cut off low' continues to be the big player in our forecast today. it retrogrades or moves backward of the normal flow today bringing showers into our area from the east. showers will continue to wrap around that low and in tonight and saturday. we should finally dry up as the low weakens and moves northeast sunday. temperatures will be in the low 60s today and tomorrow but will start a slow warm up early next week. we should be in the 70s by midweek. dick adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no
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the scene of a house fire near 36th and burnham in milwaukee. no word yet on what sparked the fire or if anyone was hurt. we have a crew on the way to the scene and will have a live report at
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construction is really picking up -- with changes coming to 94 and the zoo interchange. ryan luck with the d-o-t joins us to talk about everything that's going to impact your commute. friday, september 30 - saturday, october 1 extended overnight closure of i-41
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watertown plank road - 10pm - early am saturday access to bluemound road exit and ramp to i-94 west reopen early morning i-41 south full closure at the zoo interchange project remains closed - early am - late afternoon i-41 south to i-94 east system ramp to interchange project remains closed - early am - late afternoon i-41 south to i-94 east system ramp to close long term by early am, through time as delays are expected. we suggest allowing as much as 30 extra minutes the first week of the closure until folks sort out their routes. if your trip begins near the zoo interchange, consider using bluemound road to 84th street or watertown plank road to highway
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to access i-94 east. from further out, utilize brown deer road or fond du lac to capitol drive to i- 43, appleton avenue or other crosstown routes. to find your best route and check travel times, visit the zoo interchange project at zooic.org or follow the project on facebook or twitter. friday, october 7 that will close access from i-41 south to greenfield avenue long term lakefront gateway project - lakefront entrance and exit ramps to reopen! saturday, october 1 early am i-794 east exit to lincoln memorial drive to reopen early am october 1 lincoln memorial drive entrance ramp to i-794 west to reopen
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a test of endurance, strength and teamwork is back in wisconsin this weekend. and you're caked in mud too. tough mudder is back for another year, and carl is giving us a look at the
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rob haswell that 'cut off low' continues to be the big player in our forecast today. it retrogrades or moves backward of the normal flow today bringing showers into our area from the east. showers will continue to wrap area tonight and saturday. we should finally dry up as the low weakens and moves northeast sunday. temperatures will be in the low 60s today and tomorrow but will start a slow warm up early next week. we should be in the 70s by midweek.
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high: 62 dewpoint: 57 wind: ne 5-15 mph tonight: showersly likely. low: 55 dewpoint: 56 wind: ne 5-10 mph saturday: mostly cloudy. showers likely. high: 62 dewpoint: 55 wind: ne 5-10 mph sunday: mostly cloudy. am low: 55 high: 64 mph monday: partly sunny. am low: 53 high: 66 dewpoint: 53 wind: nw-ne 5-10 mph tuesday: mostly sunny. am low: 54 high: 70 dewpoint: 54 wind: se 5-10
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dewpoint: 55 wind: se 5-10 mph forecast from fox6 meteorologist rob haswell that 'cut off low' continues to be the big player in our forecast today. it retrogrades or moves backward of the normal flow today bringing showers into our area from the east. showers will continue to wrap around that low and into our area to should finally dry up as the low weakens and moves northeast sunday. temperatures will be in the low 60s today and tomorrow but will start a slow warm up early next week. we should be in the 70s by midweek. today: mostly cloudy. breezy at times with showers. high: 62 dewpoint: 57 wind: ne 5-15 mph tonight: showersly likely. low: 55 dewpoint: 56 wind: ne 5-10 mph saturday: mostly cloudy. showers likely. high: 62 dewpoint: 55 wind: ne 5-10 mph sunday: mostly cloudy. am low: 55 high: 64
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mph monday: partly sunny. am low: 53 high: 66 dewpoint: 53 wind: nw-ne 5-10 mph tuesday: mostly sunny. am low: 54 high: 70 dewpoint: 54 wind: se 5-10 mph wednesday:mostly sunny. am low: 56 high: 72 dewpoint: 55 wind: se 5-10 mph time to find out who's turning six.... we're wishing ava in richfield a happy sixth birthday! she likes riding her bike, playing with her big sister and playing with her here's a nice birthday smile from jadan jay-den in milwaukee!he likes spending time with family, playing race cars and learning. isla in greenfield is turning the big six today! she likes swimming, dancing and going to school. it's going to be a super sixth birthday for alexa in new berlin! she likes ballet, playing soccer and of course -- superheroes. nylah nye-luh in milwaukee is celebrating today!she likes watching peppa pig,
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today!she likes watching peppa pig, spending time with her paw paw and going to school. there's six candles on keyonte's key-on-tay cake in milwaukee today!he likes playing catch, computers and to help with cooking. to find out how to wish your child a happy sixth birthday on fox six wake up news - just log on to "fox six now dot com" for all the
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russ: i've travelled over 50,000 miles all across wisconsin - listening to people, hearing their stories. s owners and entrepreneurs. they tell me how hard it is to grow a business in today's economy. so together, we came up with the badger innovation plan. a plan to help wisconsin businesses grow through expanded access to high-speed broadband, better job training and fair trade. because we need to export wisconsin products, not wisconsin jobs.
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a royal first for princess charlotte. the royal family attended a party yesterday in canada for military families. and one year old charlotte reportedly was heard speaking for the first time in public, saying "pop." the royal family has spen will depart tomorrow. some daredevils in austria hope to have the world's largest swing! check this out - the red bull skydiving team tied a swing between two hot air balloons... swung from five-thousand feet in the air... and then jumped off into the sky... and parachuted all the way down to the ground. they're still waiting to hear if they made it in the guinness book of world
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now have to pay up if you're caught using your phone is a construction zone while driving. u-s-a today breaks its no-endorsement policy ..and it's all thanks to donald trump. why the paper is taking a
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hi, my name's bob. hi bob. so i see this ad on tv says i can reduce my debt by 50 percent. so i call. they told me to stop paying my bills stop talking to my creditors. it didn't seem right, but they said they'd take care of everything. i gave them thousands of dollars, but most of it went to their fees. [female narrator] getting out of debt is neither quick nor easy. there are those who will tell you anything just to win your trust. it sounded perfect. i did everything they told me to do. they never paid my creditors, they didn't even contact them. turns out i'm even more in debt, because the fees and the interest on my cards kept piling up. [narrator] bad advice from so-called experts
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down for a mortgage. that's when i realized my credit was shot. i should have gone straight to my creditors to begin with. [narrator] there's a better way to get help. talk to your creditors directly or to find a non-profit agency near you, visit debt advice.org. debt advice dot org, real solutions for real people. breaking news near 36th and burnham. crews are on
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coming up in a live report. plus.. an investigation is underway after a train crash in new jersey that left one person dead and 100-others injured. what officials believe could have played a factor. thanks for staying with wakeup.. time now x:xx.. kim, nicole and angelica adlib toss to wx forecast from fox6 meteorologist rob haswell that 'cut off low' continues to beth forecast today. it retrogrades or moves backward of the normal flow today bringing showers into our area from the east. showers will continue to wrap around that low and into our area tonight and saturday. we should finally dry up as the low weakens and moves northeast sunday. temperatures will be in the low 60s today and tomorrow but will start a slow warm up early next week. we
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anchor adlibs traffic red on yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no
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south side. .. where flames were shooting through the roof of a home this morning. deandra corinthios joins us live near 36th and burhnam where its still a very active scene. crews battling a fire at a house near 36th and burnham. flames were shooting through the roof earlier this morning. the fire started around 6:30 reporting near 36th and burnham. i'm deandra corinithios fox6
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cell phone starting tomorrow before driving in construction zones -- or risk paying up! the new law says you cannot talk...text... navigate-- or otherwise use your cell phone while driving construction areas. you can, however, use your phone to report an emergency --and hands-free use is allowed. the fine for a first offense is between
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way through wisconsin today. chelsea clinton will be stumping for her mom in green bay. her visit comes a day after the wife of clinton's running mate - tim kaine - stopped in milwaukee. anne holton is the former education secretary in virginia. she kept her message positive -- focused on her husband and clinton. meanwhile -- the democratic presidential nominee herself will be in florida today. she'll be making two stops - one in fort pierce....and the other in coral springs. clinton expected to talk about the economy. presidential nominee - donald trump will be in michigan today. this comes after a surprising decision from the editorial board of "u-s-a today." the paper has voted unanimously to break its no-endorsement policy to take a stand against donald trump. "u-s-a today" cites reasons such as prejudice, dishonesty, and reckless behavior as to why they cannot support trump. the board was still unable to reach a consensus on whether they can fully support hillary clinton.
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of employers. angelica is here with details. dozens of positions will be eliminated at northwestern mutual. the company's c-e-o made the announcement yesterday at a company town hall. 100 jobs will be eliminated this year. hundreds more will be cut next year-- but the company would not provide any specific numbers. county executive chris abele says he's concerned about the cuts-- but it's clear the company is committed to milwaukee. the company released a statemet '...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." again the first round of layoffs will be by the end of the year. it's going to be a difficult morning for many commuters in new york and new jersey this morning after a horrific train accident. one woman was killed and more than one hundred injured. karin caifa has the latest from
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answers into why new jersey transit train #1614 never slowed down before crashing into the hoboken terminal at 8:45am thursday morning. the crash killed one woman waiting on the platorm... and injured more than 100 others. the ntsb beleives some clues could be found in the train's two event recorders -- one of which was pulled last night. but it will take some time to recover the second one. the ntsb is factors that could have led to the crash. bella dinh-zarr, vice chairman, ntsb they will be examining the following areas. operations, mechanical issues, human performance, signals, survival factors and track issues.commutors who survived and witnessed the crash describe the chatoic scene. mos at the end of every track there's a bumper, a steel bumper, it went right through the bumper and right onto the platform mos there was just this impact, and it sounded like an explosion. and we
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seemed normal: but as we got closer, you know -- i didn't really realize it at the time but, you know, did not slow down at all.the engineer of the train has been identified as 48- year-old thomas gallagher -- an employee of new jersey transit for 29 years. gallagher was treated for his injuries and released from a local hospital. new jersey's governor says he is coorporating with investigators. tom jones, neighbor of thomas gallagher "just a fine, fine family. / across america this morning --- protests continue in san diego aftr 38- year-old man now his family is now calling for peace but also, justice. "if you support me and my family, just... peaceful. i need... go there and... yes support us but, peacefully. i don't want war. don't go ...... and give destruction of property to anybody. let's not do that." the national action network is joining forces with "alfred olango's" family --
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olango was shot and killed after officers responded to reports of a mentally unstable man walking in traffic. officers say olango was in a "shooting stance" -- although he was unarmed. we now know who will be preforming at half time during the super bowl. details coming up on wake up. plus a sweet side to the race for the white house. later -- how one bakery is trying to predict the presidential election. nat oil seeps "are you seeing this?" nat alarm "everybody off the-" film based on the deep water horizon oil rig disaster. hear from the stars about the new movie coming up. and carl is breaking a sweat this morning.
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it was doggie destiny was mr. bonejangles expecting the perfect toy at an amazing price? of course not. he's a dog.
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you never know what you're gonna find, but you know you're gonna love it. you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. forecast from fox6 meteorologist rob
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big player in our forecast today. it retrogrades or moves backward of the normal flow today bringing showers into our area from the east. showers will continue to wrap around that low and into our area tonight and saturday. we should finally dry up as the low weakens and moves northeast sunday. temperatures will be in the low 60s today and tomorrow but will start a slow warm up early next week. we should be in the 70s by midweek. dick adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no
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tough mudder is back in wisconsin this weekend, bringing a challenging race full of obstacles. carl is trying to tackle some of those amid the mud and muck at
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forecast from fox6 meteorologist rob haswell forecast from fox6 meteorologist rob haswell that 'cut off low' continues to be the big player in our forecast today. it retrogrades or moves backward of the normal flow today bringing showers into our area from the east. showers will continue to
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area tonight and saturday. we should finally dry up as the low weakens and moves northeast sunday. temperatures will be in the low 60s today and tomorrow but will start a slow warm up early next week. we should be in the 70s by midweek. today: mostly cloudy. breezy high: 62 dewpoint: 57 wind: ne 5-15 mph tonight: showersly likely. low: 55 dewpoint: 56 wind: ne 5-10 mph saturday: mostly cloudy. showers likely. high: 62 dewpoint: 55 wind: ne 5-10 mph sunday: mostly cloudy. am low:
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mph monday: partly sunny. am low: 53 high: 66 dewpoint: 53 wind: nw-ne 5-10 mph tuesday: mostly sunny. am low: 54 high: 70 dewpoint: 54 wind: se 5-10 mph wednesday:mostly sunny. am low: dewpoint: 55 wind: se 5-10 mph forecast from fox6 meteorologist rob haswell that 'cut off low' continues to be the big player in our forecast today. it retrogrades or moves backward of the normal flow today bringing showers into our area from the east. showers will continue to wrap around that low and into our area tonight and saturday. we
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weakens and moves northeast sunday. temperatures will be in the low 60s today and tomorrow but will start a slow warm up early next week. we should be in the 70s by midweek. today: mostly cloudy. breezy at times with showers. high: 62 dewpoint: 57 wind: ne 5-15 mph tonight: showersly likely. low: 55 dewpoint: 56 wind: ne 5-10 mph saturday: mostly cloudy. showers likely. high: 62 dewpoint: 55 wind: ne 5-10 mph sunday: mostly cloudy. am low: 55 high: 64 dewpoint: 54 wind: nw 5-10 mph monday: partly sunny. am low: 53 high: 66 dewpoint: 53 wind: nw-ne 5-10 mph t high: 70 dewpoint: 54 wind: se 5-10 mph wednesday:mostly sunny. am low: 56 high: 72 dewpoint: 55 wind: se 5-10 mph "jake! right on time. miss peregrine, delighted to meet you." the doors are opening to "miss peregrine's home for peculiar children"
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first big budget film since the disappointing debut of "dark shadows" in 20-12, is expected to perform well according to the hollywood reporter. the movie is tracking to debut with 25- million dollars and defeat current box office champ, "the magnificent seven." also opening in theaters this weekend... the deep water horizon heas to the big screen. it's inspired by the events of the 20-10 b-p oil rig explosion in the gulf of mexico. with a first look. the new film "deepwater horizon" is based on the 2010 oil rig explosion in the gulf of mexico... mark wahlberg, gina rodriguez and kurt russell play some of the real people who survived one of the biggest man-made disasters in the world... russell says: " i was
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there had been an oil spill and that there was an ecological disaster in the making. but the way it had been presented, i never knew that anybody was on that rig, that eleven people had perished, " rodriguez says: " i was very aware of the environmental causes, the environmental disaster that was caused by this catastrophic event, but i did not hear about the hua those that had survived. " dealing with a tragedy of this scale, it was important to get it right when playing these real life heroes. wahlberg says: "fortunately i was able to have mike working with me firsthand. he was a consultant on the movie. so, i didn't make a move without mike's approval" russell says: kurt russell generic interview " i really wanted to meet jimmy, i never got to meet him, i'm hoping, i'm looking forward to maybe, you know, if he ever sees this, you know, hopefully we'll get a chance to sit down and have a beer and say hey, you know, hopefully we captured a lot of what you really are. " they also felt that responsibility - as they were
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made quite a few movies here and i absolutely love new orleans but you know, you also have a lot of pressure because you will be held accountable if you don't get it right you're gonna hear about it all from the people in new orleans. but i knew we had the right team and our intentions were in the right place. so, we were going to make them proud" snd full: deep water horizon trailer 2 music in hollywood, adam housley , fox news. up on wake up at eight -- the cooking mom is here with some german inspired dishes. plus, it's being call one of the scariest shows on t-v. also at eight --- hear from the stars of fox's new show "the exorcist." and "saturday night live" has a
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well-known for his guest hosting and cameos on the show. who's playing the presidential
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workers: he campaigned as a job creator but senator johnson helps companies ship jobs overseas. good manufacturing jobs just disappeared. ceos and giant corporations get richer 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. people like me. russ: i'm russ feingold and i approve this message because wisconsin's middle class
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i'll turn the lights on put your hands up, make 'em touch, touch. lady gaga is sure to get applause at the super bowl. the singer announced on twitter yesterday that she will be performing at half-time during super bowl 51, set for february 5 --- right here on fox six! this is the second year in a row the super bowl has featured an appearance from lady gaga... she sang the nati bowl 50. also trending this morning -- alec baldwin is making saturday night live "great again." the actor will play donald trump on "s- n-l" this season, at least until the election. kate mckinnon will be back as hillary clinton. trump was previously played by show announcer darrell hammond and now-former cast member taran killam. baldwin isn't a newcomer to the late night comedy show. he has hosted s-n-l 16 times and will
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a california bakery brings out a sweeter and softer side of the 20-16 presidential race. olde tyme pastries in turlock -- which is near sacramento --- is selling donald trump and hillary clinton cookies ahead of november's general election. for the softer, shortbread-like cookies with vanilla frosting and a photo of the candidate on top. the bakery is taking a poll on sales --- right now employees say it's a pretty tight race. when olde tyme pastries sold president obama and mitt romney cookies four years ago, the obama cookies were the clear winner in sales. you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. stay with us -
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