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meanwhile soon to be former congressman reid ribble says speaker ryan's decision to shift focus to races in the house isn't unusual from speakers in the past. ribble says ryan's words during a conference call with republicans were taken out of context. "what paul said was i am not going to defend the indefensible that is a direct quote from that conference call. he didn't say he would never defend donald trump on policy." congressman ribble was one of the first republicans to publicly say he would not be the differences between ryan and trump shows a clash of ideology. "i would agree the party is divided but "i don't think these divisions are "overcomable" but you have this emerging and powerful populist wing of the party that's been silent for a while." it's important to note that speaker ryan has not pulled his support of trump for president. ryan spokesman brendan buck said y that paul
on defeating democrats, & all republicans running for office should probably do the same.'' live in the newsroom i'm angelica sanchez fox6 news mary thanks angelica for the latest happenings with the presidential campaigns, visit fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app. just click the "politics" tab. if youve mailed in an absentee ballot -- theres a chance your vote will be disqualified.... but efforts are being made to keep that from happening. beverly taylor joins us live downtown to explain. walk-in early voting. only absentee ballots mailed in. and of those, only ballots with part of the witness address missing. 'its an oversight that should not be difficult for people to
its certainly not so significant that it should result in someones ballot not being counted in an election.' :31 'heres the issue. mail in absentee ballot envelops require a witness signature and witness address. some witnesses are writing in their street address but not their municipality which is required this year .' 'we understand that, but were able to identify what municipality the witness liv election commissioner neil albrecht notified the state election commission, staffers said even so... they must first contact the voters and secure their consent to record the municipality on the envelopes ..or return the ballots so the voters can complete the information. friday, there will be a hearing with state commission board meerspealing t ballots. so far, more than 500 ballots in
in racine and madison. if you still have your absentee ballot -- make sure your witness includes their complete address, including municipality, state and zip code. ted thanks bev this friday, tune in to fox 6 for the debate between republican senator "ron johnson" and his democratic challenger "russ feingold." that starts at seven p-m. then at eight, it's a "you decide election special." we'll bring you live, team coverage of the debate as well as a break down of other
night -- here on fox 6. a west allis man accused of killing an illinois woman in an interstate shooting pleads not guilty by reason of mental disease or defect. prosecutors say zachary hays - first killed gabriel sanchez in west allis back in may.... then later that day -- began shooting at an illinois family's car on i-90-94 in sauk county -- killing 44-year-old tracy chech-cow-ski czaczkowski . ha homicide and a count of recklessly endangering safety in milwaukee county for the death of sanchez. a milwaukee firefighter is hurt and more than a dozen people are displaced after a house fire. one woman says she ran into the burning home to help rescue her neighbors... fox6's deandra corinthios has the story. "i heard 'fire' and nothing else mattered" flames at the house across the street and cries for help...sent megan ortmayer into action...late monday night. putting herself in
people. "as soon as i entered things were falling all i knew is there was a lady that was disabled in a wheelchair that was on the back floor and people were struggling to get her out and i had to help her get out" when first responders arrived there were reports of people trapped. but everyone had already gotten to safety. a firefighter was hurt using a high powered saw. he was taken to froedtert hospital and later released...but will be off duty for some time. the fire spread to the house next door... in total 19 people from four different families are displaced.. anything else, lives are not replaceable materialistic stuff is" when called a hero...ortmayer says... "i would not name myself that i just try to help when i can" having just moved to the neighborhood ortmayer says she didn't know the people she risked her life for. but that didn't matter. "when people are in need you are supposed to go to their aid you are not supposed to run away ." in milwaukee deandra corinthios fox6 news.
fire officials estimate the damage -- to be in the hundreds of thousands of dollars. police are investigating a shooting near 14th and dakota... officials tell us is happened last night after two cars nearly crashed at that intersection -- and the drivers became involved in a confrontation. one of the drivers shot at the other. the 33-year-old man was taken to a hospital with non- life threatening injuries. police are now searching for that other driver. a 36-year-old stoughton man says confronting a 21-year-old man sunday night -- for damaging his inflatable vikings yard decoration.. it happened sunday night. police say the victim was taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. the suspect was arrested for first degree reckless endangerment and criminal damage to property. rude awakening. that's what dozens of people in bay view woke up to... when they found their vehicles had been vandalized. fox6's myra sanchick is live in bay view
where, for some, the beautiful day was marred by vandalism. smashed car windows are not common and not welcome in bay view. mike franken got the news his car was one that was hit. my wife did. i was still in my jammies drinking coffee down h shared photos of their damage, and waited for glass repair companies. we found one car not far away that had three of its windows targeted.police say at least forty vehicles had damage. nothing taken. nothing in it...they opened up the counsel a little but there was nothing in the car to take so they're looking for something. in recent months some residents say there have been items
milwaukee police say they are not aware overnight that the vandals stole anything. and that's something that leaves neighbors shaking their heads and asking why. it's a shame because we have a nice neighborhood. mike franken milwaukee police say it's early on in the investigation. no one is in custody. but some residents are talking about installing security cameras. live in milwaukee myra sanchick fox6 news mary thanks myra for allegedly beating an elderly man. and you might be shocked by the age of ?one of the accused... ...hear from the victim himself on what happened -- next. plus... police are taking a closer look at a chilling youtube video from 2009 -- could it be a clue to a teen's disappearance... just two months ?before it was posted? rain returns to the forecast
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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. for people like me. people like me. russ: i'm russ feingold and i approve this message because wisconsin's middle class and working families should come first.
side. it happened while he was out on errands... now five people are in custody.. justin williams is live, near 52nd and auer, with more. justin? lee brown had just finished his grocery shopping, when-- as he drove down this alley, the 85-year-old man spotted... what quickly turned into trouble. its 5-15, monday afternoon, i was parking my car ... and lee brown is just down the alley from his garage, near 52nd and auer, when, walking toward his vehicle. --were you thinking trouble?--no! no, i really wasnt, because they sticks in they hand, and i thought they was goin to the park, you know ... i really did. but, as he exits his suv, i was fooled, you know. i really was fooled. the group surrounds him, and the 85-year-old realizes those sticks are not for playing, and whats
game. gimme the keys! n i give em the keys. gimme your money! so, i give em the money. according to milwaukee police, brown is the victim of an armed robbery, after the suspects flee with an undisclosed amount of money. but, this get-a-way is not very fast, took their time, goin down the street. they was so slow. and, it doesnt get them very far. called 9-1-1, and they caught em, two blocks away. milwaukee police say they have five suspects in custody, in connection with one 15- years-old, the other just 13--a full, 72 years younger than his alleged victim. they dont care, now. you know, some of em dont ... you know, the way they was brought-up, i suppose. brown says, before the group saunters off, a 17-year-old female suspect tells one of the others to return browns keys, and that suspect complies.
the money, he says, is gone. most importantly, brown says he is uninjured. the case is expected to make its way to the d-as office, within days. for now, this is the latest, on milwaukees northwest side. im justin williams, fox 6 news. ted thanks justin it's time for your news and weather together. dane county officials are investigating after a body is recovered from lake monona early this morning. authorities responded to the call around two... last friday -- a bt reported missing after his boat was found unoccupied and undamaged. however -- officials could not confirm it was his body that was found. germantown police are investigating a crash between a semi and a pick up truck this morning. crews responded to the scene at goldendale and holy hill road. officials say the driver of the pick up truck was ejected from his truck during the crash. he was flown to the hospital via flight for life. however-- he's expected to be okay.
along lake michigan will get the chance to talk to experts about protecting their homes. officials from wisconsin emergency management, department of natural resources, and u-s army corps of engineers will be available today to talk to concerned residents. it starts at 5:30 at the mount pleasant village hall. toss to weather weather overnight keeping us mild in the upper 50s. a cold front brings rain back into the forecast on wednesday then cools us into the middle 50s on thursday. warmer for the weekend but there is the chance for rain and thunder on sunday. tonight: increasing
wind: sw 5-10 mph wednesday:mostly cloudy with showers likely. high: 67 dewpoint: 53 wind: sw-nw 5-15 mph thursday: patchy morning frost inland. mostly sunny and cool. am low: 40 high: 54 dewpoint: 35 patchy morning frost inland. increasing afternoon clouds. am low: 39 high: 60 dewpoint: 38 wind: sw-se 5-10 mph saturday: partly sunny with rain moving in at night. am low: 49 high: 69 dewpoint: 50
chance for t-storms. am low: 57 high: 67 dewpoint: 53 wind: wsw 5-10 mph clouds will move back in overnight keeping us mild in the upper 50s. a cold front brings rain back into the forecast on wednesday then cools us into the middle 50s on thursday. is the chance for rain and thunder on sunday. tonight: increasing clouds. low: 58 dewpoint: 52 wind: sw 5-10 mph wednesday:mostly cloudy with showers likely. high: 67 dewpoint: 53 wind: sw-nw 5-15 mph
am low: 40 high: 54 dewpoint: 35 wind: wnw 5-10 mph friday: patchy morning frost inland. increasing afternoon clouds. am low: 39 high: 60 dewpoint: 38 wind: sw-se 5-10 mph saturday: partly sunny with rain moving in at night. high: 69 dewpoint: 50 wind: s 5-15 mph sunday: mostly cloudy with the chance for t-storms. am low: 57 high: 67 dewpoint: 53 wind: wsw
a disturbing video posted seven years ago goes viral -- leaving many to wonder: is it a hoax or a lead? the possible ties this video could have to a missing wisconsin woman -- as her start your morning with fox6 wakeup at 4:30-- get breaking news, weather and traffic updates until 9am. plus oh say can you sing! national anthem tryouts for basketball season. that's
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investigating what could be a new lead since 2009... on its facebook page -- the department says a youtube video -- gaining a lot of attention in recent months -- could be connected to kayla berg. fox6's brad hicks has more. a chilling video to say the least. a man talking about a date with a girlfriend until -- a door is open -- with a woman tied up on the floor... crying. hope sprenger,kayla berg's mother "disturbing. made me sick to my
rounds on social media -- with some viewers believing it's missing antigo teen kayla berg. berg's mother says she sees a resemblance. hope sprenger, kayla berg's mother "sounded like her.... looked like her.... it gave me chills.... it's hard to explain."sprenger said the outfit from the girl in the video could belong to kayla. hope sprenger, kayla berg's mother "the clothing could be a big possibility. we o that type of a shirt. we know she had jeans."in just three months -- the video went from less than 20-thousand views to almost a million. for kayla's mom -- something about the video really caught her attention. hope sprenger, kayla berg's mother "as you start looking at it more -- you're seeing well this was posted seven years ago two months after her disappearance. to me -- that's a major red flag."when sprenger saw the chilling ending .... hope sprenger, kayla berg's mother "that first inital thought is -- that's my daughter. but i don't know
it's fake."if the video does turn out to be a hoax -- or if the girl in the video does not turn out to be kayla.... hope sprenger, kayla berg's mother "my god it could be some other person's child missing of one. or if it's fake this person has an extremely sick sense of humor."a chilling reminder of what happened seven years ago... unsure if its her eyes just playing tricks. hope sprenger, kayla berg's mother "i thought it looked a lot like her. i was trying to focus on some o looked a lot like her. i pray to god it's not."brad hicks, fox6 news. in a post on facebook -- antigo police say they're investigating the origin of the video... anybody who might have any information about the identities of the people shown -- is asked to call antigo police at the number on your screen... you can also find that number on our website -- fox6 now dot com, just search "antigo" it may have been a hot item-- but that's exactly why samsung is pulling it from the shelves. coming up-- production on the galaxy note 7 has been completely stopped.. how
turn it off immediately.. the company also announces it'll stop production of the smartphone -- which has been catching fire. julie banderas has more. samsung is officially pulling the plug. the electronics giant is permanently discontinuing production of the galaxy note seven smartphones. the move comes a day after the company stopped selling the devices around the world. cheung says: ".. in the short ter i harm samsung's smartphone business, especially in the high-end models and they will lose the market share to other vendors" samsung recalling 2-point-5 million phones last month after reports of smoking and exploding batteries. new phones containing what was thought to be a safer battery later became available... but then those phones started catching fire, as well. roubini says: "..this is very damaging for
messed up on the recall makes things extremely worse." trouble with the more than 8-hundred dollar phone hitting the company hard. samsung shares closing down 8- percent in its home country of south korea... it's the biggest one day drop in eight years. to add insult to injury, shares at rival apple soared. cannon says: "..i wouldn't want my phone to blow up in my hand right, so i'd probably get an iphone. that seems like the best thing to do these days." falco says: "..my safety's first. as much as i love samsung, my safety is definitely firs samsung is urging any customers with a galaxy note seven to power it down and stop using the device. in new york, julie banderas, fox news. it's time for your news and weather together. with less than a month until election day-- donald trump fires back at republicans dropping their support for him. trump took to twitter today to call out house speaker paul ryan after he announced he would no longer be campaigning with trump. a ryan spokesman responded, saying: paul ryan is focusing