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victims can start by calling an anonymous hotline to get information before taking further steps to get away from violence. live in milwaukee myra sanchick fox6 news steph thanks myra a 36-year-old man shot multiple the shooting happened late last night near 37th and concordia... the victim was taken to the hospital... and died from his injuries this morning. so far -- no suspects have been arrested. get a closer look at the photos of the suspects in this case -- when you visit fox6 from now on, someone else will investigate deadly police shootings in
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new partnership - that members from each police department - will investigate critical police incidents in milwaukee county. a.j. bayatpour is live outside police headquarters to explain... previously, the state department of justice would come in to lead the investigation into milwaukee police shootings. thats no longer that case. chief ed flynn says there are two main reasons why. its not a perfect y cant be. police chief ed flynn makes that much clear during a panel discussion thursday. he says to improve the system from m- p-ds end, the state will no longer lead investigations into police shootings here. flynn says that way, there are no complaints about retired m-p-d officers being involved and so investigators can get to the scene more quickly than they could in incidents like last months shooting of sylville smith. it was clear to us that one of the causes of the riot in sherman park was we couldnt get in there for two hours. meanwhile, weve got a dead guy and his friends are gradually gathering and gathering, getting angrier and angrier, and
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want to do this in a timely manner but there are some question marks. police accountability activist michael bell led the push that resulted in the law signed in 2014 that requires independent investigations of deadly police incidents. he says the proximity of the partnership helps but it could also lead to skepticism. will those agencies be nervous to find mpd at fault because, at some point, mpd might come in and investigate their shootings and find them at fault in retaliation. flynn says no system will somebody will say well theyre law enforcement officers, so we bring in the fbi, well the fbi is on a task force with mpd, well lets bring in the california state police! i think cops need to investigate cops...but they cant be from their own community; they cant have an association with each other. this afternoon, i talked with the west milwaukee police chief
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says the members from the department involved in a shooting will not have an active role in that investigation. he says there will be about 50 members all together - obviously some agencies will have more than one representative. ben thanks aj it's been a bit rainy and chilly today -- and it doesn't look like things will change too much tomorrow... sunday... ...fox6 weather expert stephanie barichello is in the weather office with a look at the weekend. rain chances continue tonight into saturday, before the low finally starts to push back east. we should be dry sunday, but the chance for an isolated shower still remains.
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wind: ne 5-10 mph anywhere -- any time. just download the fox 6 storm
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chelsea clinton encouraged folks to register to vote... answering questions about her mothers plans to raise the minimum wage... pass gun safety legislation and eliminate the national debt. cheers speaking to 200 people inside green bays meyer clinton calls this presidential election the most important political race of her lifetime. whoever we elect, will play a profound role in shaping the future that my children and the generation they grow up in. hillary clinton's daughter and now a mom of two herself connected with several other young parents in the crowd... bringing up hillary's plans to make higher education more affordable. we finally have to
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be great if my daughters got out of college without that stone around their neck of however much debt they may be in for going to school. 05 chelsea also took jabs at her mom's opponent donald trump... saying his campaign has normalized hate speech. i do worry that everything i care most about is at stake. prior to mondays debate... the latest marquette law school poll showed clinton's lead over trump... who campaigned in waukesha wednesday.... narrowing to two p in response to chelsea's green bay stop... the republican party of wisconsin released a statement that reads in part quote 'hillary clinton is struggling... the fact that she not only lied to the american people, but also endangered our national security, has forced her allies to come to a state they thought was a lock." life-long democrats in the crowd are split on whether the think wisconsin will swing in hillary clinton's favor in november. she doesnt need to come here for me to
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the last time hillary clinton was in wisconsin was back in april. a campaign spokeswoman tells me... hillary clinton will quote "hopefully be in wisconsin 'very soon." we shared the chelsea clinton visit on the fox6 news facebook page... you can watch it in its entirety on fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app. just search "chelsea." meanwhile -- clinton herself is in florida today... and republican nominee is in michigan -- where he's questioned about his late night tweets focusing on a former pageant queen. "mr. trump why did you go on the late night tweet storm?" trump -- trying to put a dent in the credibility of alicia machado -- who's accusing the former pageant owner of mistreating her during her reign as miss universe. posting this tweet early this morning... saying quote: "did crooked hillary help disgusting -- check out sex tape and past -- alicia m become a u.s. citizen-- so she could use her in the debate?" clinton fired back this
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the wisconsin department of safety and professional services is opening an investigation into the abrupt closure of the regency beauty institute. 79 campuses shut down this week due to ?low enrollment.. that includes the greenfield location.. fox 6's angelica sanchez says teachers and students never saw this coming. given no warning... ...regency beauty institute is shutting its doors. "they told us that as of that moment and that the students would get an email." educators like shari lambert are concerned for the future of her students. "a lot of our students come from the northside of milwaukee they are on the bus for sometimes two hours. some of our students live in cars some of our students have lived in the streets. we have one student in a wheelchair what is she going to do now? our students are basically up a creek." overnight several students took out their frustration by tagging the windows of the greenfield location. they wrote things like "i was
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money." "you are here for so long and you expect to graduate from here and then suddenly you are not." according to its website, regency is closing due to low enrollment. it ?explains-- "this is not a another case of a school being forced to shutdown because it was accused of wrongdoing." --still the wisconsin department of safety and professional services will investigate the closure. in a statement, the office says it'll work to help those affected. students to pick up their belongings. many trying to figure out where to go from here. "i'm not worried about me. i'm worried about my students they're my family... i spend more time with them than i do with my own family." according to the institutes' website a number of accredited cosmetology schools are reaching out to help students complete their education. pending an agreement, a list of potential schools for students to attend could be posted on the school's website as soon as next
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injured this morning while battling a house fire... up next.... how the fire quickly went from smoke to flames -- and how long it took to finally get it under control. plus... a new cell phone law takes effect this weekend. where it will be illegal to talk on the phone while driving starting
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and three people lost their home after a fire on milwaukees south side. this happened near 36th and burnham... fox6s deandra corinthios has the details. at first...all you could see was bright light inside... "you could see the smoke coming out of the gutters" then ... "all of a sudden the blaze just broke out" smoke fill the air... "we came down, it was blazing, it was very very bad" firefighters were called to 36th and burnham just before 6:30 am eventually flames were shooting out of a third story window....while firefighters were on the roof. "we arrived to find heavy fire in the attic of that structure" firefighters searched the whole house... "i was scared if were are people inside there" but did not find anyone. "it was pretty intense" firefighters spent an hour
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continued to put out hot spots. the deputy chief says the blaze started somewhere upstairs. "it was in some hidden areas and we just had to work to get though them to get at that fire" a firefighter was taken to the hospital after injuring his knee. all three people inside managed to escape on their own...they were not hurt. but their home is destroyed. "so sad." in milwaukee deandra corinthiox fox6 news the cause of the fire is under investigation. the red cross is assisting the three victims. it's time for your news and weather together. huge backups in the mitchell park interchange this morning after a semi truck jackknifed on a curve. multiple lanes and a ramp were closed after the truck tipped over on the interstate-- spilling its cargo. the milwaukee county sheriff's office says the truck was carrying 24 tons of stone at the time. three south milwaukee schools close early today due to a power outage. the south milwaukee
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outage knocked out power to the three buildings around eight this morning. rawson elementary, the middle and high schools were all let out before noon. starting tomorrow-- you'll have to put down your cell phone when driving through construction zones or you could face a fine. the new law says you can't talk, text, navigate, or otherwise use your cell phone while driving in constrictu=ion zones. however-- you can use your phone to report emergencies and hands-free use is allowed. the fine for a first offense will be between 20 and 40 dollars. weather rain chances continue tonight into saturday, before the low finally starts to push back east. we should be dry sunday, but the chance for an
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start to warm back to the upper 60s, and we should see the 70s again by the middle of next week. tonight: showers likely. low: 55 dewpoint: 56 wind: ne 5-10 mph saturday: mostly cloudy. rain likely. high: 62 dewpoint: 55 wind: ne 5-15 mph sunday: mostly cloudy with an isolated shower possible. am low: 54 high: 65 dewpoint: 54 wind: n 5-10 monday: partly sunny. am low: 52 high: 67 dewpoint: 53 wind: n/e 5-10 mph tuesday: mostly sunny. am low: 53 high: 70 dewpoint: 54 wind: se 5-10 mph wednesday: mostly sunny during the day, with a chance of rain arriving late. am low: 56 high: 71 dewpoint: 55
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tomorrow is the start of october -- and before we know it, the holidays will be upon us... to help make sure nobody goes hungry during the holidays -- the hunger task force kicks off its annual food for families drive. how you can help the cause -- next.
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your inner artist at devon seafood and steak -- we'll get a taste of what to expect at their "sip and paint" party. plus -- from pets in costumes to a festival for bats -- there's plenty to do in the city this weekend. kristin settle joins us with the details. that's tomorrow on wakeup -- we'll see you when you wake up! workers: he campaigned as a job creator but senator johnson helps companies ship jobs overseas.
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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
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traditions... and for the hunger task force -- that means the kickoff of their annual food drive. fox6s carl deffenbaugh has the
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holidays right around the corner. 'today is food for families. were kicking it off and were really excited about this years food drive.' 'this is the time when families are most in need.' on friday, the hunger task force started its biggest push of the next few months - the food for families annual food drive. 'food for families has managed to collect a half a million to a million pounds of food every single year for the last 40 years. and that food has gone out to local food pantries, soup kitchens and homeless shelters.' running through the end of the year, there will be blue collection bins at grocery stores throughout the city. and the hunger task force is asking people to host their own food drives as well. '43% child poverty rate here in the city of milwaukee, which means that we are the second- poorest city in the nation. and our kids are in need of healthy and fresh foods.' carl deffenbaugh, fox6 news. again, you can pick up a blue bin from the hunger task force to run your own food drive. or you can drop
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for information on donating or volunteering with hunger task force visit fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app -- and click "links." down in the caribbean-- hurricane matthew is getting stronger. still ahead-- just how powerful the tropical storm will get and where it's expected to hit next. investigators ?look into yesterday's horrific train wreck in new jersey. when they expect to have
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deadly train crash in hoboken, new jersey remain unanswered. but investigators say they are getting closer to finding out what went wrong. fox's rick leventhal at the scene with more. federal officials making progress in their investigation of thursday's new jersey transit crash. crews train's rear locomotive containing data on speed and braking... but investigators struggling to recover a second device from the wreckage because the front car is still buried in debris. zimmer says: "'s going take some time before we know the facts." the train barreling through a concrete and steel barrier, taking out pillars and part of the station's roof thursday morning. more than 1-hundred people suffering injuries in the rush hour crash... including engineer thomas gallagher who investigators plan to interview friday. 34-year-old fabiola bittar de kroon was
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flying debris while standing on the station platform. she recently moved here from brazil... and had just dropped her daughter off at daycare. sharp says: "..she loved her daughter, she always had a smile on her face, she wanted to do everything she can for her daughter. just a wonderful person." the crash bringing renewed attention to an automatic breaking system called "positive train control." the n-t-s-b supports its installation, which the government has required, but regulators have pushed back the deadline several times. of 20-18 to install the system. dinh-zarr says: "..we have studied hundreds of train crashes in the past and in many of those cases positive train control the lack of it was a factor and could have prevented it. again, every train crash is different so we'll see about this one." on cam tag the n-t-s-b expects to be on scene here for seven to ten days. a full report on the crash could take a year. in hoboken, rick leventhal, fox news. it's time for your news and
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murder of 19-year-old nya hammond. officials say hammond was shot twice in the parking lot of the orthopedic hospital she worked at in glendale on monday. a search warrant reveals a vehicle leaving the scene matches the car driven by her 21-year-old boyfriend. the milwaukee county d-a is reviewing charges for him. hammond's mother says she was a victim of domestic abuse. the state department of justice will no longer investigate deadly police shootings in chief ed flynn says members from each police department will now cover these cases. he says that way-- there won't be complaints that retired m-p-d officers are involved. also-- investigators will be able to get to the scene of the shooting more quickly. chelsea clinton-- the daughter of democratic nominee hillary clinton-- visiting wisconsin today. she was campaigning for her mother inside green bay's meyer theater-- calling this election the most important


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