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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 advance.kim 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...
loved one will be especially difficult. 6:34 katey had brought a plane ticket to come down here for christmas... and she wont even be able to use it. another car was hit in that crash... the driver.. a 23-year-old man from illinois also died. the investigation is ongoing. no charges have been filed at this time. reporting in the newsroom -- madeline anderson, fox six news. ben thanks madeline friday at a kenosha bank. police say a man walked in and told bank employees he had a bomb. myra sanchick is live in kenosha with more... that led to the entire mall..glenwood crossings--to be on lock down. and the drama played out at johnson bank. kenosha police say the man walked in, and gave a teller a
he had a bomb strapped to his body. employees called police and were able to get out. but the suspect stayed inside. police closed off the mall, finally shortly before noon you can see the suspect surrenders. police order him to take off his clothing to make sure he was not armed with a bomb. i'd describe our suspect today as cooperative. he followed the instructions we gave him. that helped defuse the situation rather quickly danger wasn't over. the device was still inside and the kenosha county hazardous device unit used a robot to bring it out. they detonated it. not once, not twice but three times to make sure it wasn't live. there was a device that appeared to be explosives . as far as having wires and everything like that kenosha police say they didn't know at this time if the bomb was real, but it
steph thanks myra five people -- now charged in connection to a kenosha homicide. here are four of the suspects -- charged with first degree intentional homicide. authorities won't release the mugshot of the fifth suspect -- because he's only 16 accused of shooting and killing "willie owens" on monday. prosecutors say there was some sort of fight in the home. all five suspects returned later and shot owens. the woman convicted of killing two men in a crash last december is sentenced to 15 years in prison... 24-year-old jasmine ray ray pleaded guilty to two counts of of homicide by vehicle -- with use of a controlled substance. last december -- she crashed a stolen car into another vehicle
year-old terry jackson were both killed. today in court -- ray expressed her remorse to their families. jasmine ray says: "i know i cannot say enough words that will amount to how sorry i am. and i know no matter what i say, what has happened cannot be undone. i pray that some day the families can find it in their hearts to forgive me." ray was also sentenced to serve another ten years of extended supervisio. the man -- who police say was robbing elderly people in greenfield last month -- has been arrested. this is the man police were looking for. he was taken into custody today in the area of 60th and good hope in milwaukee. police identify him as a 56-year-old from milwaukee. we're told: he was wanted in connection to at least three robberies. he allegedly was targeting people who live in senior living facilities... and sometimes he was armed with a gun. you decide coverage now. vice president joe biden was in
but he spent just as much time on wisconsin's dead-heat u-s senate race. political reporter theo keith says biden appeared to have two priorities today. biden and feingold embracejoe biden hugged russ feingold -- and then ripped
into his opponent, republican u-s senator ron johnson. this guy doesnt even want to raise the minimum wage, he doesnt think there should be a federal minimum wage it's clear why bide time on johnson. polls show wisconsin's u-s senate race is much tighter than the presidential here. johnson has embraced donald trump in recent days, appearing at a rally in eau claire together this week. senator johnson introduced mr. trump at an event they jointly did and he referred to them as the ronald and donald show. well folks, given a choice, ill take ronald mcdonald feingold, who has watched his
of johnson. he will never vote with you against the corporations the clinton campaign says more than 12-hundred people showed up. less than a mile from the university of wisconsin campus biden embraced reducing the cost of college and
increasing the minimum wage. he saved some criticism for trump. he is thoroughly unprepared and unqualified to be commander in chief of the united states of america republicans said biden's visit was like democrats hitting the pi now that feingold's race with ron johnson is getting closer. in madison, theo keith, fox6 news. during a ron johnson campaign stop today featuring house speaker paul ryan in mosinee -- a power outage caused some problems shortly before the event began... associated press reporter scott bauer tweeting this picture this morning... you can see -- well, not much inside the venue.-- because of the outage... so instead -- they moved the
while johnson himself focused on russ feingold. "i'm up to over 150,000 miles driving myself around the state so we'll keep doing that. we just come out here and we just tell wisconsinites the truth. the fact that senator feingold has been lying about obamacare, been a complete phony about so many different issues, has no record of accomplishment versus myself." meanwhile -- the presidential candidates are covering as much tuesday. donald trump is making stops in new hampshire, ohio , pennsylvania and florida.. he'll be here on sunday -- holding a rally at the state fair grounds in west allis. we're told-- he's going to stick around and watch the packers game with supporters. his running mate mike pence will be in mukwonago tomorrow -- appearing with paul ryan and ron johnson. hillary clinton spending time in pittsburgh and detroit. a primary focus at many of her campaign rallies have been early
election day. from early voting to campaign rallies, polls and more. keep track of it all when you visit fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app. just click the politics tab. and remember -- fox6 is the station to watch on election night. we will bring you expert analysis, results and reaction throughout the night on november 8th and here on wakeup the next morning. the weather couldn't be better weather expert stephanie barichello joins us now. temperatures really pumped up in this afternoon's sunshine - and the weekend is looking even warmer! your full forecast is after the break. plus -- a little boy -- lucky to be alive -- after his home is intentionally set on fire. the search for the person responsible. and up next... it was a cold-blooded senseless crime. how long a convicted killer will
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 for the content of this advertising. 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 for the content of this ad. twice on fox six's wisconsin's most wanted before turning herself
pleading guilty to a charge of first degree reckless homicide. in december of 2014 -- she shot and killed alanna thomas near 29th and locust following an argument over a man. panic and pain. a 6-year-old boy is badly burned after someone set fire to his family's west allis home. police are now looking for the person responsible. dominick wright has been at children's hospital since early sunday morning...after he was rescued from the home. he received second and third degree burns from his feet to upper thighs on describe what happened that night. fredrick says: "wake up, fire alarm is going off kid is screaming his head off, im rushing to the living room he is huddled in the corner by the chair, i pushed him aside and immediately try to get water. theres little fires all in my living room." anyone with information is asked
there is a cash reward up to five thousand dollars available leading to an arrest. it's going to feel more like summer than fall this weekend. stephanie barichello will be in next with her forecast. plus. it's
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just approved by the f-d-a is now available to help some patients fight it. deandra corinthios has the story -- new at six. and squeezed it for two seconds and i woke up and i thought what just happened" this is a snapshot of al klemms artery. he has coronary heart disease... he has traditional metal stents from a prior heart attack... "my heart stopped and i got shocked back" but klemm's symptoms continued. two weeks ago he became the first patient in the milwaukee area...to be implanted with a fully dissolving stent called 'absorb'
abs clinical trial, then the stent was approved by the fda this july." "it is nice and fully expanded" doctor dr. suhail soo-hill allaqaband ah-lah-ka-bend is the medical director of the catheterization lab at aurora st lukes medical center...and led the implantation. "it supports the artery for a period of time and then in about three years it is dissolves and disappears" simplifies potential future heart surgeries. it also promotes healing...and enlarges the artery. a game changer...in the treatment of clogged arteries "we have a young patient, 40 years old who needs a stent and then they have another 40 years to live" klemm knows the surgery is just part of treatment "we never eat red meat ,we eat a lot of vegetables, we exercise" but the new stent ...gives him confidence. "i think it is going to work better, i feel good" in
aurora st luke's was one of the first hospitals in the nation ...and the first in southeast wisconsin... to implant the new bio-resorbable stent. adlib to weather we're on track for a few days sunshine 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, reaching the mid 60s. by sunday we have a chance to reach the upper 60s. the sunshine will
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 low: 44 high: 67 wind: sw 5-10 mph monday: mostly sunny during 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
we're into the quarterfinals of the high school playoffs. coming up, we'll go live to tom pipines at our high school blitz game of the week. meanwhile, the packers are preparing for their only home game in the month of november. we'll preview their match up with the colts next in 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 ram. senior: don't let it happen russ. russ: i've heard from families 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 and i approve this message. i like my turkey carved thick!
so you can imagine what i thought when i saw donald trump say... "i don't know what i said, ah, i don't remember!" "that reporter he is talking about suffers from a chronic condition that impairs movement of his arms." i don't want a president who makes fun of me. i want a president who inspires me, and that's not donald trump. priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. despite losing sunday to the falcons, the packers didn't lose any ground in the division and their offense was very productive, even without a running game. it's something that gives the packers some optimism heading into this weekend's game against the colts. "i think we're trending in the right direction. that doesn't win you football games though. we've got to go out and execute. we did a great job in the redzone, which is great. we were good on 3rd down.
to find a way in those situations." as the season has gone on, the badgers seem to play a huge game every saturday. tomorrow morning is no different as they head to evanston to take on northwestern in a game that has big implications on the big ten championship game which is only 29 days away. "sometimes when you're in a moment you really don't understand that those guys are out there to beat you no matter who you are and then you gotta respect northwestern as a team because they put up a tough fight against ohio state. i think we really have to come out firing o and just prepare for a battle." the playoffs are already here in high school football as we enter level 3 tonight. tom pipines is live at our high school blitz game of the week at badger high school where they will host middleton. pip, how are the nerves going into this one? tom pipines previews the level 3 playoff game between middleton and
the state soccer semifinals are going on tonight and elkhorn was facing new richmond in a division 2 match up. down 1-0, sid babu ties things up for the elks with the goal in the 11th minute. babu adds another goal in the 2nd half to make it 2-1 in the 71st minute. and they move on to the divison 2 championship tomor the division 3 semifinal had delavan-darien facing seymour for the chance at playing mount horeb in the championship tomorrow. this was all comets, up 3-0 in the 2nd half, gerardo rodriguez on the free kick finds
e." vo: and calm judgment. donald trump: "and you can tell them to go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move. donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of them." vo: just one. harvey: khloe kardashian needs to get over her rich, famous self because she dissed cleveland >> why would someone think i'm in a target in cleveland. >> nothing is offensive about that. harvey: can you imagine, they see me in target. can you imagine, i go to target! >> no, that's not how she said it at all. >> at all. >> you're on your own, pal! >> kanye west, he got about halfway through the show and canceled it. looks like he's breaking down a little.palmost like he's crying. >> i was there and i'm pissed and i want my money back.
you went for a night. >> don't tell me that your voice is gone. you're crying. just cry. we're going to let you cry. and then you're going to finish the show. >> reggie bush may be having another baby. >> but not with his wife, right? >> there's a woman named monique. reggie bush acknowledges he may be the father of her child. if it's wife's ok with it and he's taking responsibility -- >> we're not going to suppose his wife is ok with it. >> how are you going to deal with it? >> you love children, right. >> we got desiigner at l.a.x. he attempts to be normal. he just loses his mind. he has this song called "timmy turner." we asked you how did you come up with the inspiration for that song? i was going through a lot of things, and i was dealing with this girl and he -- de, de, de, de, de, de! [laughter] announcer: ? "tmz" kids, "tmz" kids, let's have fun with "tmz" kids alleged