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move on. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com our big story at four: the final poll. if donald trump hopes to pull off a surprise win in wisconsin he has some work to do... the last marquet hillary clinton maintaining a six-point lead over trump. political reporter theo keith is in the newsroom with the reason for that. the poll explains why clinton has stayed away from wisconsin so far. in fact, she could be the first candidate in recent memory to win wisconsin without visiting during the general election. clinton holds a 46 to 40 lead . that lead was seven points three weeks ago. the poll shows a limited
may or may not be significant to the investigation of clinton's private server. that news broke friday, while the poll was in the field. it reopens an old wound for clinton on the email server, but it does not contain a specific detail of anything she said or did in the u-s senate race -- russ feingold now leads ron johnson by one point. a big comeback by by double digits a year ago. some wisconsin republicans already urging the g-o-p to concentrate on johnson's race to try to get him over the top. couple other notes -- vice president joe biden will campaign in madison on friday. the trump campaign tells me donald trump will be back before the election... brad. brad thanks theo. we have the complete poll results in our story on fox6 now dot com and the fox6 news app. just
clinton is campaigning for her mother hillary today. she stopped to meet supporters and volunteers at the clinton campaign office in boulder today. chelsea also had two stops on the schedule in wisconsin today... one in eau claire and another in oshkosh. she'll be in milwaukee tomorrow. and senator bernie sanders is set to speak at turner hall tonight. his event starts at 5:30. we streamed campaign events with chelsea clinton this afternoon -- and plan to do the same with the watch the streams on fox6 now dot com, the fox6 news app and on the fox6 news facebook page. we did the same with donald trump and tim kaine on tuesday. wisconsin attorney general brad schimel will dispatch wisconsin d-o-j election integrity teams on election day. assistant attorneys general and special agents from the division of criminal investigation will be at polling places across the state. they will watch for misconduct... such as if a person is wrongfully denied
2004. two police officers in iowa were shot and killed in seperate incidents overnight. police say they've arrested the man they believe ambushed those two officers. fox 6's mary stoker smith joins us in the studio with the latest. two iowa police officers were found fatally shot in their vehicles at separate intersections in the des moines area early this morning. the first was discovered just after one a-m - about 20 minutes later, a second officer was found at an intersection less than two miles away. he died a sho hospital. 46-year-old scott michael green was taken into custody after a seven-hour manhunt. "it doesn't appear that either officer had an opportunity to interact with the suspect. it doesn't look like there was an exchange of conversation police said green was known to authorities and had recently been in an altercation involving the confederate battle flag during a high
identified as des moines police department sergeant anthony beminio beh-min-ee-oh and urbandale police officer justin martin.beminio and martin both graduated from the same college in iowa, and both studied criminal justice. beminio had been with des moine police since 2005. martin joined the urbandale police department last year. back to you. you can see the outpouring of support from the community in iowa. a memorial has been building ou station where officer justin martin worked. a 17-year-old girl was killed while crossing the street on milwaukee's south side. it happened around 6-40 in the morning. witnesses say a lamers school bus was turning right onto oklahoma from 9th street... when it struck a pedestrian in the cross walk. "all of a sudden i hear a bang and tires screech of the bus, and i look and theres someone laying the in the middle of the street. :48 my eyes got big. moved my truck. went up to the lady. looked at
the victim was pronounced dead at the scene. the 62-year-old female driver remained on the scene and is cooperating with the investigation. lamers' general manager says six elementary school-aged students with mps were on board the bus. police say the children were not injured. a woman who just recently pleaded guilty to killing her two children-- has died at the kenosha county jail. attorney's office confirms jjail staff found lucia hernandez-alvarez this morning- not breathing with no pulse. first responders from multiple departments responded and determined alvarez had passed away. the racine county sheriff's office is now handling the investigation. just last month, she pleaded guilty in the deaths of her one year old son and three year old daughter. a trial on her mental state was planned for next week. there is reward money now for information leading to an arrest in the death of a saudi arabian student
the council on american-islamic relations is offering a five-thousand dollar reward for tips... and the chancellor at u-w stout ?has added a 15-thousand dollar reward. police found hussain saeed al-nah-di about two a-m sunday in downtown menomonie. he was unconscious and bleeding from his mouth and nose. witnesses told police the victim had been assaulted by a man who ran off before officers arrived. al-nah-di was a junior.. majoring in business administration. tuesday's bank robbery, and police pursuit, have investigators from at least 10, law enforcement agen their cases. around 3-30 p-m, milwaukee police say a 41-year-old man robs the north shore bank, near 60th and forest home. from here, state patrol says he speeds into waukesha county, then washington county, then--back into waukesha county, and--finally--returns to washington county, where the suspect stops to purchase cigarettes, before being apprehended. state patrol says the suspect is in police custody. his movements are being mapped,
prosecutors, in the next several days. it was a downright soggy day out there today. when will the clouds part and we get back to sunny days? weather expert tom wachs joins us from the weather office. rain will taper off this evening and clouds will decrease overnight. lows will drop into the middle and upper 40s. some clouds will linger into thursday, keeping us in the upper 50s, then return the rest of the week and into the weekend. we stay warmer than normal with temperatures in the low to middle 60s. tonight: decreasing clouds. low: 47 wind: nw 3-5 mph thursday: gradual clearing. high: 59 wind: nw-ne 5-10 mph friday:
high: 61 wind: wsw 5-10 mph showers with the fox6 storm center app. it's free for apple and android devices -- and offers a great interactive radar. all of a sudden youth is being served on the packers offense. some young receivers are stepping up to help the team move down the field. tim van vooren has the blitz from green bay.
it will be nice on the weekend when the colts are here, green bay is a touchdown favorite to beat indianapolis on sunday. let's look at some of the young wide receivers for green bay. ty montgomery was a late scratch this past sunday at atlanta. dealing with a kidney situation. things are looking brighter on his front." "i think we clearly understand our medical staff is is definitely one of caution and would err on that side with all our players there's been a lot of work done since we knew there was an did not play against the falcons, trevor davis got extra opportunity and the rookie from california cashed in, including for his first nfl touchdown." "that was a big play, a big play for him, obviously a big play for us, but he needed that so he's getting more opportunities especially when a touchdown comes on an extended play in my experience helps a player more than when he's
fashion, because it shows the instincts and the awareness of playing the game." "in addition to davis, young receivers jeff janis and geronimo allison had touchdowns in atlanta 3rd year man davante adams now has 25 catches in the last 2 games. so a lot of numbers are being produced by packers receivers other than jordy nelson all of the sudden. outside lambeau field tim van vooren, fox 6 sports. the milwaukee municipal court... the program bringing hundreds to court... in hopes of clearing their name.. and their records. plus -- ahead in our tech report... we're taking a look at a drone that's so small -- you can fold it up and fit it in
it's not uncommon for autistic kids to flap their hands. and so when i saw that, that was completely disqualifying. i'm a republican,
but this election is so much bigger than party. my son max can't live in trump world. so i'm crossing party lines and voting for hillary. i don't always agree with her, but she's reasonable. she can work with people to solve problems. i want to be able to tell my kids that i did the right thing when it really mattered.
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trying to fly around the world. a group studying her disappearance now says she may not have crashed into the ocean after all. they say there are some similarities between earhart and a body found in 1940 on a remote island in the pacific. the group compared a photo of earhart, finding similarities between the size of her bones and those of the skeleton found more than 70 years ago. but critics say they haven't found anything that definitely ties the body to earhart. emojis... the company released a new batch of characters this week...including one honoring the late david bowie. bowie's emoji includes both male and female versions of the singer. also among the new batch: female judges, teachers, firefighters, astronauts and plumbers. this release follows a big push by google to promote gender equality through its emojis. one of the tastiest traditions in milwaukee is back...
holiday season and this year's edition was just announced. 20-16's cookie book theme... is famous faces from around the community. last year-- more than 20-thousand cookie books were given away at miller park in just one day. you can mark your calendars now -- this year's giveaway will take place at the stadium this saturday. "c" is for cookie! and "h" is for happy birthday! that's right - it's cookie his first name is actually sid - and he turns 47-years-old today. the cookie monster character was created to represent children with different speech levels. the muppet... who likes to chow down on cookies... has been a star on sesame street since its debut in
with halloween over, there are probably a lot of rotting pumpkins being thrown out now.... but why throw them out when you can throw them off...the roof! check this out... students at the university of oregon dipped pumpkins in liquid nitrogen...cooling them to negative-321 degrees. then they dropped them off a 4-story campus rooftop to watch them shatter. drones are one of the hottest technologies right now... a new device is small and easy to fly... but creates some amazing looking video. rich demuro explains in todays
companies ...their new mavic pro drone is so small... you can fold it up and fit it into a backpack. 4;47;14/those go to the side, the others flip right under... in my hands... the newest drone from dji... the mavic.. its so small... it folds up and fits in a backpack 4;39;57/people are most impressed with how small the drone actually is versus how powerful it is on board... a stabilized 4k camera that captures amazing video like miles away... the battery lasts nearly half an hour. nats... flying but the best part... 4;54;15/you can teach me how to fly this thing? absolutely! its super easy to fly, using your phone, a controller or a combination of both. nats... taking off in just a few minutes... i was airborne... maneuvering like a semi-pro 4;55;05/so just bring this up...simple up and down...ok that easy. mavic is packed with sensors...
same spot 4;56;43/you click the home button here on your controller...you hold it... and thats it! crash avoidance is built in as well. 4;41;49/you can say i want you to stay away from objects at 6 feet, 10 feet or however many feet up to 20 a follow me mode tracks your subject and shoots video of them automatically... nats... camera shutter sound, then richs aerial selfie while gesture mode lets you snap the perfect aerial selfie. 4;42;46/once the drone locks on to you you can actually gesture it to take pictures nats... impressively easy... with features fit for hollywood, but just abo finding a use for this emerging technology. 4;44;00/youre going to see insurance adjustors that have a fleet of drones they can use when they do home inspections... and youre going to see people in emergency response having drones when they do search and rescue missions... the mavic pro starts at 750 dollars... that includes the built in 4k camera the device also has geofencing software built in... so it wont fly in restricted
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young people don't really necessarily understand finance. college student 1: ron johnson voted to raise the cost of student loans - college student 2: he just doesn't get it. worker: he says he's for jobs, but ron johnson supports trade deals that hurt wisconsin. v.o.: attacking social security. raising the cost of college. jobs lost overseas. senator ron johnson - he's hurting wisconsin families.
middle 60s. tonight: decreasing clouds. low: 47 wind: nw 3-5 mph thursday: gradual clearing. high: 59 wind: nw-ne 5-10 mph friday: mostly sunny. am low: 40 high: 61 wind: wsw 5-10 mph "i'm sorry sergeant. i can't touch a gun. you don't kill? no sir. you are award that killing happens in war. violence. do not look to him to save you on the battle field. i don't think this is a question of religion. i think this is cowardice." "hacksaw ridge" tells the true story of the world war two army medic who marched into battle to save his fellow soldiers -- without a weapon to defend himself. gino sat down with the star of the film -- andrew garfield -- to discuss bringing this humble
"talk about your commitment andrew what you did to prepare for the role. yeah it's one of those guys that you need to honor you need to do your due di preparation that you can do to really try to understand who he was and do what he did. it's miraculous what he did. i'm just incredibly excited that finally this unknown story about this unknown man is gonna make some ripples in the world. hopefully inspire people to be truer to who they are. that's what he did. he
dedicated to the role -- even went to desmond doss's home to learn more about him. ad lib to bite "you actually went to his house went to his farm, what does that do for you? what's it like when you pick up a tool that he used? yeah there's something cosmic and spiritual and mysterious that happens with that kind of stuff i find if you're kind of you know open to it. that's my experience at least some being kind of tosh but for me...tosh? yeah tosh. it's a very english thing to say. it's a good word i like it. but for me it was very very powerful to walk the trails that he walked and stand at the spot by the lake he used to fish at and yeah handle his tools and look at the love letter he would write to dorothy
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this was a pilot program.... so successful that the judges doing it are staying late-- until 6:30 today to take care of all the people. people with all kinds of reasons for having outstanding municipal warrants came to the municipal court today for walk-in help. tickets, revoked licenses or suspended licenses that go along with that. the deal offered for many: a payment plan for the fines and immediate reinstatement of their drivers license or car registrations. it's an effort to get people off the hook so they can drive to jobs or get employment. people who couldn't pay also would be subject to losing their license thereby losing their ability
popular -- will also be going on next wednesday and the wednesday after that. it's walk in, first come, first served. live in milwaukee myra sanchick fox6 news steph thanks myra. a wisconsin high school faces backlash for a well-intentioned safety drill. it happened during morning announcements at brodhead high school, which is southwest of janesville. studen students who had supposedly died in a car accident. minutes later, a second announcement said their classmates were not dead and that it was all part of a simulation drill, meant to show kids what it's like if they don't drive carefully. the district superintendent says the drill wasn't meant to cause any harm or stress to students... but some students and parents said it was inappropriate. parents in wisconsin rapids are on edge -- after a nail was found in a piece of halloween candy. the nail was found inside a
by one parent in the city. understandably, the discovery has many worried about their own children. meantime -- local authorities are working to figure out how the nail got inside the tootsie roll. they say it can be difficult to figure out if someone was tampering with the candy. "when parents go out on halloween night and they just go block to block and house to house, it does certainly make it difficult for us. if it's people that they know, of course that makes it a lot easier. if it's people they don't know, obviously it's a lot more difficult." social media to let others know. the incident is still under investigation. three people are still hospitalized at a shock trauma center after yesterday's fatal bus crash. the seven others who were injured, were treated and released. the crash happened when a school bus slammed into a ford mustang and kept going... hitting a transit bus. five people on the transit were killed and ten more injured. the school bus driver also died. the bus was on its way to pick-up special needs students, but luckily, no children were on-board. miraculously, the driver of the
from the crash, uninjured. "we have recovered some recording equipment, but again, we have to see the viability of it after this catastrophic accident." witnesses say it looked like the school bus never attempted to stop -- even after hitting the mustang. police are hoping an autopsy of the bus driver will help figure out what happened. the only survivor on the school bus was an aide. a massive fire -- killing at at least one person in brooklyn last night. the fire broke out in what was a vacant building before sp building next to it. several families in the second building have been displaced. one firefighter was treated for minor injuries. how exactly the fire started is being investigated. pope francis announcing -- women won't likely ever become priests in the catholic church. back in august -- pope francis created a special commission to study the role of women deacons. but announced yesterday... the ban will likely stand forever. pope john paul the second wrote a letter back in 19-94 declaring the catholic church has no authority to
final word... and it stands. mary stoker smith joins us now from the news room with some stories they're working on for fox six news at five. boats burglarized, vandalized and one even torched. three teenagers have been arrested for the crimes. at five, the charges they're facing and what two also admitted to doing before the destruction. also at five, the chicago cubs may make history tonight in more ways than one. coming up, the other record they could break, that was set by the ago. those stories and more in about 20 minutes when mary stoker smith joins me on fox six news at five. brad thanks mary. a man says he's invented the world's fastest bike. and it doesn't look like your ordinary bike... the california inventor calls it --- the 'bird of prey.' you ride it face down -- and that's the key. he says the design allows riders to zoom down the road --at up to 35 miles per hour.
the pads like that. then let's take your right foot and put your right foot out about here. take your left foot and look under your arm." aldridge says: "i can out-run these young guys. that's a lot of fun!" he says the bike will take some getting used to for new riders because of its design. it can alsobe coming up -- are you a big fan of energy drinks? turns out, you could be putting yourself at risk for a contagious disease! plus -- as we get closer to the election-- expect more phone calls at home. but not all of them are legitimate. jenna sachs shows you what to watch out for in her contact six report. here's a live look outside right now from our camera on top of the moderne building in downtown
russ feingold voiceover: as i travel to all 72 counties - knocking on doors, talking to folks - what i hear the most
is how hard it is to get ahead. one big reason -- we have a political system working overtime -- for ceos. let's protect social security, make college affordable for exporting our jobs. i'm russ feingold and i approve this message because we need an economy
an economy rigged for the wealthy. and ron johnson's made it worse. johnson took a shady $10 million corporate payout, then went to washington and voted to
protect corporate tax loopholes for companies shipping wisconsin jobs overseas, which would hand billions to wall street, and wants to eliminate the federal minimum wage. senator johnson works for wall street, not us. senate majority pac is responsible
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people are getting election phone calls... as those calls pick up - be careful what you share over the phone. contact 6's jenna sachs is here with the details. many political campaigns are making calls to get you to the polls... but con-artists are calling too. there are at least three election phone scams to look out for. the first one is donation scams. people call asking you to support a candidate and then ask for a donation via a credit or debit ca your money is really going. if you want to donate to a campaign - go directly to a candidates website. the second type of election calls you should be cautious of are survey and poll scams. the caller will claim they are surveying for a political party or candidate. they may even ask a question that sound legit. the catch?? the caller will try to entice you to participate by offering a prize and that's where things get tricky. "oftentimes they'll say that you'll get a gift card or airline ticket for completing this survey, so at the end of the survey the
your credit card information this will allow us to defer the taxes for the prize." as a rule of thumb for any prize, sweepstakes or lottery - you will never be asked to pay a fee or taxes to claim your prize. if you are asked to do so - it's a scam. the third election scam to be aware of has to do with voter registration. callers claim you need to update information or it's no longer valid. this can lead to identity theft. information to someone you don't know. now -- phone scams aren't just limited to election season. so keep this advice in mind anytime you get calls like these. if you want to know the common scams in your area or report a scam -- you can do so with the better business bureau scam tracker. we've got a link to that at fox6now.com brad and stephanie - back to you. do you have a consumer issue or investigation idea? give jenna a call!! the number is on you screen or you can file a complaint on the contact
adlib to weather rain will taper off this evening and clouds w lows will drop into the middle and upper 40s. some clouds will linger into thursday, keeping us in the upper 50s, then sunny and quiet conditions return the rest of the week and into the weekend. we stay warmer than normal with temperatures in the low to middle 60s. tonight: decreasing
mph thursday: gradual clearing. high: 59 wind: nw-ne 5-10 mph friday: mostly sunny. am low: 40 high: 61 wind: wsw 5-10 mph saturday: mostly sunny. am low: 44 high: 61 mostly sunny. am low: 43 high: 64 wind: sw 5-10 mph monday: mostly sunny. am low: 45 high: 64 wind: sw 5-15 mph rain will taper off this evening and clouds will decrease overnight. lows will drop into the middle
into thursday, keeping us in the upper 50s, then sunny and quiet conditions return the rest of the week and into the weekend. we stay warmer than normal with temperatures in the low to middle 60s. tonight: decreasing clouds. low: 47 gradual clearing. high: 59 wind: nw-ne 5-10 mph friday: mostly sunny. am low: 40 high: 61 wind: wsw 5-10 mph saturday: mostly sunny. am low: 44 high: 61 wind: wnw 5-10 mph sunday: mostly sunny. am low:
online social networks may be good for our health... if you use them correctly. researchers looked at twelve million facebook ue months.. checking their data with records from the california department of public health. facebook users lived longer than those not on line.. plus -- the more friends users had -- the better off they were. experts say studies like this show online activity is a way to beat social isolation. the study's methods were approved by both universities and state review boards. though, no evidence confirms facebook is actually good for your health. in fact, critics argue social networks can be detrimental to your self- confidence.
drinks... maybe a little too much. a new study published in the medical journal b-m-j says they could actually be linked to acute hepatitis. experts believe a 50-year-old man developed acute hepatitis after consuming four to five energy drinks a day, for weeks. doctors say the severe liver infection made the man vomit, and his skin turn yellow. they believe vitamin b-three -- a key ingredient in energy drinks, has something to do with it. the man consumed around 200 milligrams each day. doctors recommend no more than 35 teaching kids where food comes from may help them make healthier choices for a lifetime. he "farm to school" movement - -is teaching kids the importance of real food from every aspect. students learn where the food comes from... they see it in the cafeteria and then learn about it in class. the objective being to help them make healthier food choices. and experts say it can be a big help in fighting obesity. "it's not just about looking at nutrition labels on a product but it's really about understanding what
and how buying from local farmers is benefiting the farming community." experts say teaching healthy eating habits and food values in childhood helps create a lifetime of healthy food choices. people in denver are getting a special look at fashion...from a galaxy, far, far away. the denver art museum is now home to more than 70 original costumes from al wars" films. from han solo and princess leia-- to luke skywalker. the costumes will be displayed at the museum's "star wars and the power of costume" exhibit. it's the first time all the costumes have come together like this. the exhibit opens to the public on sunday - november 13th. black friday is here on amazon. the online shopping service launched its black friday deals store yesterday. the site will feature new discounts every
products. the sales are offered at different times... sometimes disappearing as often as every five minutes. plus, there will be special deals for prime members who own devices, like the amazon echo, that feature the company's voice assistant-- alexa. the black friday deals will continue until december 22nd. after testing out a program to help give the homeless a public restroom -- sacramento city officials want to expand it. offer more locations -- but first, they want to reduce costs. the "pit stop" restroom facility cost the city nearly 174-thousand dollars over the first six months. they are considering funding to extend the program for four more months. but it would cost another 200- thousand dollars. a contractor would also be needed to run the restroom. previously, it was run entirely by the city. "the way we did it was not the most cost-effective way to do it, so it's a good
efficacy for solving mitigations for immediate problems." officials want to avoid using money from the homeless services program for the bathroom. the city says nearly 10-thousand people have used the facility since it opened in june. in september alone, it saw more than one hundred people each day. staples is planning to start helping its employees pay for college. the office-supply chain plans to give an extra one-hundred dollars a month to help some employees pay tuition. each person could get as much as 36- hundred dol three years. the plan would only be offered to two groups of people for now. "top performers" chosen by management and new employees on the business-to-business sales team. in the future, the plan will also be offered to other groups. and in japan, another rocket being launched into space today... the rocket will actually serve as a weather satellite. operated by the japan meteorological agency, the satellite captures visible light and infrared images of the asian-pacific region. the spacecraft was constructed by mitsubishi electric. it will serve as a backup for their last
in 2002. "so now that i have her complete attention... anna, will you mary me?" a marriage proposal -- one year in the making, comes together... thousands of feet in the air. captain "dooley ellis" used the intercom system on a flight from melbourne to los angeles to propose to his girlfriend, anna. when actually ended up walking across all of spain together during a pilgrimage. after that, he started visiting her in columbia. they live together in sydney, and now, they're planning a wedding! one of the biggest nights in sports is here. the final game of the world series is tonight. coming up -- a story that shows you just how deep the love for
what greases the gears in washington? money. and ron johnson fits right in. six years ago, johnson took a shady
$10 million corporate payout, went to washington, then voted to protect $21 billion in tax breaks for the world's biggest oil companies. $21 billion. a wisconsin senator, protecting tax breaks for oil companies. that's ron johnson. that's washington. and he fits right in. end citizens united is responsible
world. fox 6's kim murphy introduces us to a few of them who will be cheering their team on tonight. "this is a once in a lifetime opportunity." brothers brian and mike newport are from north carolina. this morning they set up shop on the steps of the cubby bear early, around seven a-m. hours before the bar even opened, wanting to be first in line. "we left the bar from watching last night's game probably roughly around 11 or 12, so we were hyped up and ready to go this morning." "can't travel far enough to be here for a moment like seven of the world series." they are just two of many global fans that have made their way to chicago to watch their beloved cubbies in the world series. "we just flew in, me and my wife this morning from phoenix" "i was over in asia, and i came from shanghai" "i came eight and a half thousand miles from new zealand" "i flew all the way from venezuela" pablo roberto garza says his love of the cubs runs deep. "my grandfather was a die-hard cubs fan, he teached me his love." for others... "i'm excited my dream to come up
newport brothers... "just to be here, the whole excitement, the energy of the neighborhood, this is where we want to be for a game like this." "nothing would just compare to being here against anywhere else." kim murphy fox 6 news. stay with fox6 for all your world series coverage - trust us... it's sure to be a historic game no matter who the m-l-b pregame starts at 6:00, with the first pitch at 7:08. and stick around after... for the awards ceremony... and fox6 news at ten. fox 6 news at five
people to vote! show up early and vote." with just six days to the election -- the final marquette law school pool breaks down the presidential race in wisconsin -- and shows a tight race for u-s senate. meanwhile... two police officers murdered in iowa -- and a suspect is now in custody. how police were able to find their suspect. plus... "all of a sudden i hear a bang and tires screech of the bus." a teen girl killed -- after being hit by a school bus. another fatal pedestrian accident in milwaukee . police say a 17-year-old girl is dead after a school bus hit her at 9th and oklahoma. fox6's madeline anderson joins us live near the scene to explain why this one... is particularly tragic. in addition to this young woman's death... i'm told several young children were on board the school bus when the crash
the stage for a somber day in this southside neighborhood. all of a sudden i hear a bang and tires screech of the bus, and i look and theres someone laying in the middle of the street. resident alex schmidt says he witnessed a lamers school bus turn right on to oklahoma from 9th street... striking a female pedestrian in the crosswalk. schmidt says she was clutching her chest and unable to respond to him. that's when he called 911. it killed me to see h thats someones daughter, someones niece, someones kid. milwaukee police say the 17-year-old victim died at the scene and the 62-year-old driver remained to answer officers questions. lamers general manager says six elementary-aged m-p-s students were on board the bus when the crash occurred. they were being taken to la causa charter school. the police went onto the bus and they escorted the children from the bus going west to catch another
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