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there's turmoil in turkey -- as protesters fight with government officials. at least eight people are dead after a car bomb explodes... and the clashes continue. benjamin hall has the latest. chyrons: diyarba 0:12-0:24 binali yildirim/ turkish prime minister voice of translator 0:43-0:53 adem geveri/ hdp lawmaker voice of translator 0:54-1:11 istanbul, turkey 1:12-1:23 frank-walter steinmeier/germany foreign minister voice of translator 1:24-1:36 benjamin hall / london, england / fox news correspondent on cam fox news tag a deadly car bomb explodes in turkey's southeast region... claiming lives and leaving a trail of destruction in the streets. turkish officials are calling it an act of terror. yildirim says: "it showed again its mean and disgusting face. early in the morning, at a point where the riot police were stationed in an area where the citizens were going to work, children going to school, a car loaded with a bomb detonated." the bombing comes just hours after at least a dozen pro-kurdish legislators
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they include members of the people's democratic party-or h-d-p--and other prominent figures. some members of the party are speaking out against the government's actions. geveri says: "they are trying to create a turkey without hdp, an authoritarian turkey, they are trying to exclude hdp from political sphere, and they are aiming to announce early elections." turkish police are clashing with demonstrators who took to the streets to protest the detention. riot police using tear gas and water cannons to istanbul and other key cities. the world is watching the key u-s ally in the region appears to struggle in its fight against terrorism. steinmeier says: "we condemn these acts of terror. fighting the terror, however, cannot be a justification for silencing the political opposition, even putting them in prison." hall on cam tag: "united nations officials are also expressing concern about turkey's detention of lawmakers....and are calling for
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news." it's time for your news and weather together. kenosha police take a man into custody after an attempted robbery at johnson bank. they were called out around 9-15 this morning. officials say the suspect gave the teller a note-- stating he had a bomb and wanted one-million dollars. employees were able to get outside but the suspect stayed behind while police negotiated with him for several hours. around noon-- he was taken into custody without incident. the hazardous device used a robot to collect and detonate several suspicious items he left inside. we're learning more about the victims of a fatal dane county crash from wednesday night. officials say four co-workers were on their way home from a networking event in la crosse when an s-u-v hit their car. three of them died, while the fourth is in critical condition. another vehicle was also involved-- killing an illinois man. the driver of the wrong-way s-u-v suffered life threatening
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a factor. vice president joe biden speaking in madison today. he was out campaigning for democratic nominee hillary clinton and u.s. senate candidate russ feingold. meanwhile-- vice presidential candidate mike pence will be speaking in mukwonago tomorrow. that will be followed by donald trump's visit to west allis on sunday. we're on track for a few days sunshine and above average temperatures. togh drop to the low and mid 40s. tomorrow will be mostly sunny and even warmer, reaching the mid 60s. tonight: clear. low: 43
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three counties tuesday -- and today, we received police audio calls from that day. it started in milwaukee -- and eventually came to an end in hartford. listen in with fox6's julie collins as multiple police agencies worked to
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weapon, there was no weapon seen.' around 3:30 on tuesday police say a man implied he had a gun during a bank robbery on milwaukees southwest side. he fled in a chevy express van with police in pursuit. 'the suspect is a white male in his 40, 5/9 or 5/10, unshaven. its a white van with a ladder rack on top of it. 10/20, 10/8 when youre ready.' a traffic stop was attempted unsuccessfully - police pursued the suspect into waukesha county and eventually washington county. 'zero pedestrian traffic, minimal automobile traffic, weather is good; speeds are at still 50 mphs.' given to use stop sticks.' a deputy positioned himself at the d-n-r pike lake office on kettle moraine, south of highway 60, and observed the suspect vehicle eastbound on highway 60. 'hes blowing all the red lights on lisbon road.' the vehicle ultimately stopped at a gas station in hartford - 'he comes in here all frantically, skips
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police a chance to catch him -- the suspect was arrested by the state patrol after briefly running through a grassy area near pike lake park. police tell us the van was stolen from the drivers employer. at least 2 vehicles were hit by the suspect but, no one was seriously injured. it's been a position by committee so far this season. coming up, we'll take a look at the packers offensive back field-- as they get ready for the colts. tim van vooren has the story when brandon cruz joins us with sports. russ: as i've traveled to all 72 counties, i've heard from a lot of people. including seniors, concerned that ron johnson is going to turn medicare into a voucher program.
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milies in need of good paying jobs. blue collar guy: ron johnson's trade deals help other countries, not us. russ: the bottom line - people want an economy that delivers for them. man: we just need a fair shake, and, russ, i think you need a bigger van. russ: i'm russ feingold
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this is an individual who mocked a disabled reporter... i don't know what i said, ahh... who attributed a reporter's questions to her menstrual cycle. trump: blood coming out of her...wherever. he is not a person who is equipped in temperament, judgment or character to lead our troops. donald trump has created a toxic atmosphere pitting one group against another. he's a mexican. claiming a person can't do the job because of their race is sort of like the textbook definition of a racist comment. priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. stopped and i got shocked
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number one killer of americans.... "i woke up and i thought what just happened." now-- treatment has just taken a big step forward -- "they know the results are going to be good." the breakthrough procedure-- pioneered right here in our area. that's coming up new at six. the only packers home game in the month of november is sunday when the colts come to lambeau field. it's also a game where questions still remain about the ground game. tim v tonight from lambeau field. "at times this season, eddie lacy, knile davis even jurell pressley could have carried the ball from the packers backfield. they're all off the roster now. at other times, james starks, don jackson, ty montgomery, davante adams, randall cobb have all lines up in the packers backfield." "running back position, we have some moving parts. i think it's a little bit like last week where you set a game plan, communicate with the medical staff. we're clearly in a projection mode." "we gotta have a plan in for each guy and make him feel comfortable with their
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if the guys can't go." "since montgomery and cobb and adams have all tried their hand in the backfield, could jordy nelson be there sunday?" "we're talking major issues. that would be bad. especially as a running back." "you could throw it though." "i could throw it." "have you played running back?" "no, i've never played running back, no." "sounds like as close to the wildcat offense as thinking back to his days as a kansas state wildcat. at lambeau field, tim van vooren, fox six sports." tomorrow morning, the badgers will be at northwestern, a place that hasn't been too kind to them over the years. and to get past the wildcats and keep their hopes of a big ten championship game appearance alive, the quarterbacks might have to step up their play. "just knowing where you want to go with the ball ahead of time and having options and understanding what they're doing defensively to help you keep the
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other game like you're starting. yeah, it's the same story, just a different week." and coming up on fox 6 news at 6, tom pipines will be live for our high school blitz game of the week between middleton and badger. he'll also feature the game on fox 6 news at 9 and have highlights and reaction on the high school blitz at 10. high school state soccer playoffs reach the semifinals as delavan-darien faces seymour. and the comets it's pablo guzman with the pass to gerardo rodriguez and he makes it a 1-0 game. they add 4 more and advance to the state title game with the 5-1 win. and the official off season for baseball didn't start well for the brewers' keon broxton. he was arrested early this morning in tampa, florida for trespassing after refusing to leave the area of a fight. broxton issued a statement later this morning apologizing for his "lack of proper judgment". the brewers are looking into the
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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 wisconsin jobs overseas, supported privatizing social security, 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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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember."
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what greases the gears in washington? money. and ron johnson fits right in. six years ago, johnson took a shady $10 million corporate payout, 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 for the content of this ad. nonprofits" in st. francis closed earlier this year. the buildings will now be torn
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the "sisters of st. francis of assisi" announced the plan today -- saying it isn't practical or economically possible to continue to keep using the center -- which is made up of three connected buildings. they most recently provided affordable office space to nonprofit organizations. a timetable for the demolition and new construction has not been set. milwaukee public library officials are reviewing four competing proposals to build a new li drive and locust. the plans range from 36- to- 44 apartments, with interior parking. a winning proposal will be selected this year -- and the new building and library branch are scheduled to open by the fall of 2018. for more information on these and other stories in the business journal, we have link to their site on ours, it's time for your news and weather together. federal investigators have found numerous safety violations in
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train operation... those findings were given to lawmakers today -- at a hearing called after a train crash in september killed one woman and injured more than 100 others. the findings include a lack of on-board emergency tools and working fire extinguishers on some trains -- trains stopping too close to each other -- and workers using cell phones when they shouldn't. the pipeline rupture that's causing a rise in gas prices in the southeast is expected to be repaired by this weekend. ruptured monday in shelby county, alabama --killing one worker and injuring five others. the company now says it plans to restart the line sunday afternoon -- which runs from refineries in houston to terminals in new jersey. a major dust storm hit arizona thursday... take a look at this video -- which looks like a wall of dust moving over the phoenix area. the storm brought winds up to 40 miles per hour and even some small hail... this
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move through yesterday -- after the first brought rain and more heavy wind. toss to weather weather we're on track for a few and above average temperatures. tonight we'll stay clear and drop to the low and mid 40s. tomorrow will be mostly sunny and even warmer,
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upper 60s. the sunshine will continue into the start of next work week. my monday night we have a slight chance for showers. we should be dry tuesday, but partly cloudy skies stick around. tonight: clear. low: 43 wind: w 3-7 mph saturday: mostly sunny and warm. high: 65 wind: wsw 5-10 mph sunday: sunny and warm. am low: 44 high: 67 wind: sw 5-10
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the day. a few isolated showers possible at night. am low: 45 high: 64 wind: sw 5-15 mph tuesday: partly to mostly cloudy. am low: 47 high: 60 wind: sw/nw 5-10 mph 45 high: 58
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presidential election -- the october jobs report shows solid growth for the u-s economy... the labor department's monthly report shows 161-thousand jobs were added last month -- marking the 73rd consecutive month of gains. as a result, unemployment fell to 4-point-9-percent. not only are more people employed -- but workers are making more -- as wages grew 2-point-8 percent compared to october 2015. the securities and exchange commission is now investigating the bank over the creation of 2-million fake accounts-- and its mortgage tactics. the investigation was revealed by wells fargo in a regulatory filing thursday. the bank was short on details, just saying its "sales practices" are part of the investigation. senator elizabeth warren recently asked the s-e-c to look into whether wells fargo violated whistleblower
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looking across america... firefighters battle a massive fire today at a pallet yard in southern california... the flames sparked early this morning morning at inland pallets in san bernardino. about 80-firefighters along with a hazmat unit -- and even a bulldozer responded to the scene. it took crews about two hours to put out the fire -- and no injuries were reported. investigators are looking into the cause. a u-s park police officer is recovering after shooting while being attacked by a raccoon! authorities say it happened thursday in a neighborhood near washington d-c. someone called 9-1-1 to report the raccoon acting oddly at a garden... when the officer showed up -- the raccoon apparently attacked him. "at some point there was an interaction between the raccoon and the officer. some shots were fired."
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wounded officer is expected to recover... it's unclear what happened to the raccoon. steven seagal might be granted citizenship in another country... and meryl streep gets recognized for her work. the details are in tonight's buzz. the country music association is denying allegations it deleted social media posts about beyonce's performance at the c-m-a awards. according to t-m-z... the association removed the posts from its official social media accout response to the singer's performance. a spokesperson for the c-m-a awards refuted that report...saying they have not erased any mentions about beyonce. steven seagal could become a russian citizen... the kremlin announced that they will grant citizenship to the actor, who frequently visits russia. he has even accompanied president vladimir putin to martial arts events. seagal has vocally
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greatest world leaders." meryl streep receiving a big honor... the actress will receive the golden globes lifetime achievement award at the annual ceremony in january. the organization is presenting streep with the "cecil b. demille" recognition of her forty years in the film industry. past honorees of the award include denzel washington, woody allen and
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welcomes a new attraction. four-year-old "josie" is an eastern black rhino-- and she comes all the way from the pittsburgh zoo. the rhino weighs two-thousand-100 pounds....and is still growing. visitors will be able to see "josie" in the
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now at six. three milwaukee accountants... killed in a crash on the interstate wednesday night. a fourth is still fighting for his life. they all worked together at an accounting firm... and were driving back from a recruiting event in lacrosse when a vehicle going the wrong way hit them head-on. anderson spoke with those closest to the victims as they cope with this tragedy. the past couple days have been filled with tears.. and the nights void of any sleep for the victim's families. these coworkers... all in their twenties... not only had a promising career ahead of them... but so many people in their personal lives who loved them. as the temperatures drop and the branches become bare... we're reminded the holiday season is fast approaching.
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to imagine holidays without her. but for kelly radtke... what used to be a happy time now brings heartache. this is the first year her younger sister wont be around for the celebrations. she was the type of person who would always call and talk to me about the types of gifts we would get our parents, or our brother way in radtke was killed earlier this week when an suv on i-94 near deerfield struck the car she was in. with her... clenton hall of waterloo and katey also died... and brian falk of whitefish bay... who suffered serious injuries. the driver of the suv suffered life- threartening injuries. wisconson state patrol says alcohol may be a contributing factor. its a lot to deal with. i knew more than one person in that car. katey's mother says her daughter and clenton were in love im angry that they didnt get to fulfill their lives, they didnt get to get married, they didnt get to have children. and just like other families...


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