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in milwaukee. police are still on the scene investigating the situation. also breaking --- tense moments on the campaign trail tonight for donald trump. a security threat forces the secret service to remove the candidate from the stage. take a look --- it was call caught on camera during his speech earlier this evening in reno, nevada. you can see a scuffle breaking out near the front of the audience right before trump is rushed off the stage. it's not exactly clear why he was taken officers showed up at the front of the crowd immediately after it happened. at least one man was detained and carried away by police and the secret service. a law enforcement officials says no weapon was found. several attendees at the rally said they saw a trump supporter raise a sign and then the scuffle happened. the republican presidential candidate returned to the stage minutes after the incident --- thanking his secret service agents but did not address what sparked the
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election and politicians are wasting no time trying to win voters over. today -- republican vice presidential nominee mike pence made a campaign stop in wisconsin rallying g-o-p voters. his message "come home." fox 6's ashley sears with the latest from mukwonago. 12:15:58 hello wisconsin! in the final stretch of election season-- republican vice presidential nominee mike pence-- rallies a crowd 12:16:21 i'm so honored to be with you today, three days away from a great victory all across the state of wisconsin and all across the united states of america. he joins wisconsin republican leaders in effort to push g-o-p voters to the polls. encouraging republicans to reach out to fellow republicans this election. 12:38:38 i think we need to say to our fellow republicans and conservatives here in wisconsin,
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come home. and with an especially tight senate race-- senator ron johnson becomes a clear focus. according to the latest marquette law school poll, democratic senate nominee russ feingold is just one point ahead republican senator ron johnson. 12:07 folks, this is going to be a razor thin margin in wisconsin. senator johnson criticizes his opponent for big government initiatives and supporting what he calls a failed affordable care act. 03:41 hillary clinton and russ feingold hav politicians for more than 30 years. they're the people who gave us obamacare. they're the people that create this mess. the crowd rallies behind the nominees-- nats: 42:17 usa! usa! whether others were listening--will be determined tuesday. 12:42: we will make america great again! lets get it done wisconsin! standup: 04:43 these candidates are hoping their messages are heard. they will be making various stops through tuesday. reporting, in mukwonago, ashley sears fox 6
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stop here in the milwaukee area this weekend --- donald trump. he's backing out of a campaign event in west allis. our political reporter theo keith has reaction from house speaker paul ryan. nats -- paul ryan and mike pence on stagein mukwonago, house speaker paul ryan campaigns with donald trump's running mate mike pence. and he says, he planned to be with trump in west allis on sunday. if our nominee came to west allis and i was in wisconsin, i was going to show up. why? because i think we need to unify as rp but trump canceled the rally, citing a scheduling conflict. the 3 p-m event coincided with the packers-colts game at lambeau. trump will go to michigan and minnesota instead, but ryan brushed off the change. im not going to armchair quarterback their campaign decisions. i think hes going to minnesota also because its close there. i think theyre going to a lot of different states that theyre close in. plus, mike pence is here in wisconsin today ryan was also campaigning saturday for u-s senator ron johnson. johnson has pulled into a virtual dead heat with his democratic opponent, russ feingold. russ
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in office so long. once people got to know ron johnson, once they got to know the ron johnson we know, thats why this race has gotten so close and why ron johnson has all the momentum trump does not, at least not here. he trails hillary clinton by six in wisconsin, according to the marquette law school poll. he's running out of time to get the support of apprehensive republican voters in the milwaukee suburbs that are critical to his chances. thats what we were trying to do here with the pence rally- try to get everybody to come home. get republicans to unify. and look at the con of this election. with trump canceling his rally planned for sunday in west allis, this mike pence appearance here will probably be the last time wisconsin will hear from the trump-pence ticket directly before the election. in mukwonago, theo keith, fox6 news happening now ---donald trump campaigning late this evening. here's a live look in denver, colorado where the republican will make his last stop of the day. he's running late because of the incident in nevada. trump also made stops today in north
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today. and the stars are coming out tonight for hillary clinton. the democrat made a campaign stop in philadelphia along with singer katy perry. clinton also spent this afternoon in florida --- giving a speech in the pouring rain. tomorrow her running mate tim kaine will be back in town. he'll be in milwaukee early tomorrow morning-- followed by an afternoon stop at green bay and an event in la cross in the evening. in hopes of bringing the clinton-kaine ticket to the white house dozens headquarters in milwaukee for a canvas kick off with senator tammy baldwin. fox6's angelica sanchez was there and joins us in the newsroom with more. angelica? ben-- senator tammy baldwin believes there's enough momentum in the state of wisconsin to swing voters in favor of a clinton presidency. volunteers i spoke with say they understand the importance of these next three days in order to make that happen. at the age of 63 volunteer denise brown says this is a
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seen anything like this." she's partnered up with a friend to knock on as many doors possible in the hopes of bringing the clinton kaine ticket to the white house as well as locking down russ feingold in his close race for the u.s. senate. "get out and vote democratic all the way down the ballot." on saturday dozens of volunteers poured into the ibew headquarters for a canvass kick off with senator tammy baldwin. ---where she stumped for the clinton and partner in the united states senate not somebody who cancels the votes that i cast on your behalf." she stressed the importance of the next three days. " i feel like there is good momentum in the state of wisconsin although we're a swing state so we don't want to let up until the end until the polls close." also at the kickoff was democratic
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paul ryan in the first district. " i know i'm a long shot candidate people have called me that for a long time i get to be the underdog but i'm okay with that." " i care about people that's why i'm doing this." and come tuesday the people will decide the next course of history. " there's enough contrast between the candidates that you should be able to make a decision" in total seven canvas kickoff events for the clinton campaign launched today across the state with several more launching tomorrow. live in the newsroom i'm angelica sanchez fox6 news thanks angelica! feingold --campaigning across the state today. he was stumping for votes in eau claire, stevens point and madison. feingold will continue on the campaign trail this weekend -- as polls show a virtual tie in the race. during today's tour-- feingold met up with uw- eau claire students who are going door to door this weekend to encourage voting. there-- he said he thinks college students should cast the deciding votes. russ feingold/ d u.s. senate candidate "what we are trying to do is both do those kind of
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to the people who are getting the job done. these are the guys who are getting the votes out, and in the end that means more than anything else. these young people are going to make the difference, so we want to see them too." today's tour ended in madison ... where he carried ian's pizza to a loud crowd at the democratic coordinated campaign office. he stressed the need to reach out to undecided voters. more people than ever before cast their ballot early in milwaukee. but our jonathon gregg explains..the process has never given residents so many c the general election. 'if you create a culture of voting....' voters came pouring in. 'and make it accessible people do turn out and vote.' 'all done?' saturday afternoon, adding to a weekend rush, on this, the final day of early, in person voting. 'absolutely. getting it in at the buzzer.' ilya karagodin is a physician at the v-a and says this tuesday is going to be a busy day at work. so he is
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wife and i to come out here on a saturday.' the zeilder building being one of three early polling places in the city. 'weve provided 725 hours of early voting.' and lets just say it has never been this rhobust. 'weve seen over 50-thousand voters, vote prior to the election. its a pretty amazing number.' neil albrecht is the director of milwaukees election commission..he says it took the city 10 from one location and from 10 business days to six weeks. albrecht says the numbers dont lie. 'for a municipality the size of milwaukee we need those extended hours. we need those weekend hours.' which helps thousands of more people vote compared to previous general elections. 'it was very good, especially for a working mom like myself. it was convenient. it went fast. ' and for anyone expecting a busy day
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whole lot of sense. close to 55-thousand early votes are expected to be tallied in milwaukee this general election and that does not include the 10-thousand or so mail end ballots. if you haven't voted yet, tuesday is election day and the election commission says you can register on the spot and everyone needs a valid i-d. in milwaukee jonathon gregg fox6 news. and remember -- fox6 is the station to watch on election night. we will bring you expert analysis-- results-- and reaction throughout the n weather clear tonight with temperatures falling into the middle 40s inland to upper 40s lakeside. areas of fog likely and may be dense at times. after morning fog conditions sunday
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sunshine and near record highs in the upper 60s. a few showers are possible monday night then partly sunny on election day with temperatures near 60. temperatures will be cooler and closer to normal by friday with highs in the low 50s. tonight: areas of fog. low: 48 wind: wsw 1-3 mph sunday: morning fog then mostly sunny. high: 67 wind: ssw 3-5 mph mo a few showers at night. am low: 47 high: 63 wind: sw 5-10 mph track the weather anytime -- by downloading the fox six storm center app. it's free for apple and android devices. still to come on fox six news at ten --- supporting our troops - honoring our veterans. why todays parade hits home for one local vet. and the holiday tradition continues --- as this years we energies cookie book is released. just how early some people were lining up to get their hands on a copy. and a dose of reality. after the break --- what's being done to build a healthier community by
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break you are watching fox 6 news at 10. russ feingold: in the senate there's a choice- you can go along with the rigged system, or you can stand for something that matters. i stand with wisconsin working families. going to all 72 counties, i know how hard you work and how wages aren't keeping up. senator johnson stands with ceo's -tax loopholes for billionaires,
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and work to build an economy that works for everyone. i'm russ feingold and i approve this message
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hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? seriously..."vo: clear thinking... donald trump: "i know more about isis than the generals do, believe me." vo: and calm judgment. donald trump: "and you can tell them to donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of
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the secret service says a person shouted "gun" at a donald trump rally in reno, nevada, causing agents to rush to the g-o-p nominee and escort him off the stage. the secret service says no weapon was found at the scene. trump was unharmed and returned minutes later to finish his speech. a local health care center giving the community a dose of reality. today aurora west allis medical center held a conference on the abuse of the event was a chance for the public to turn in unused, expired prescription medication that will be properly disposed of. during the half day conference a room of seventy five public community members... medical students and physicians gathered to hear attorney general brad schimmel talk about who heroin addiction hurts everyone. 'and now we are seeing people not just from improvised neighborhoods but from every strip in society. we
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wouldnt know were at risk if they were standing next to you at the grocery line.' we at fox 6 are committed to keeping you safe click on the dose of reality tab on fox six now dot com for more information and help if you or someone you know is battling addiction. saluting their service --- milwaukee's annual veterans day parade williams has a look at how the former servicemen and women are being honored. nats preparing. nats to honor those who have drummed up the courage to serve our country. thanks to all the vets everywhere participants revved up to praise heroes and reflect on the reason for the ride. its a nice day and everyone is down here but when you're a vet and you're in the army and marines you dont have nice days you got bad days
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and mud that why we support more than 1000 veterans and military members from all over southeastern wisconsin rode and marched through downtown milwaukee. its all about giving back to the veterans all the ones that are forgotten for veteran larry reihbrandt, receiving cheers it actually gives me goose bumps and salutes were extra special. just knowing what i experienced back then that time and era all the drama all the pain all people come out to support what we all love and we all need to do in our lives nats' taking place on the saturday prior to veterans day, the 53rd annual parade rolls through. feels wonderful giving people a chance to pay tribute while teaching generations. its really important for them to know its something that been going on since we were an infant country there's been military and they always been there to protect us. when kids are surrounded by
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respect it more the parade ended her at the war memorial but the day of honor continues inside with military displays and a memorial service to honor those who died serving our country. in milwaukee derica williams f6n. it's the sweet sign that the holiday season is quickly approaching. the annual we energies cookie book give-a-way was this morning... snatch the 20-16 edition of the cookie book. its filled with nearly forty recipes made by famous wisconsinites. those who attend also got free cookies - hot chocolate and a chance to take pictures with mrs. clause and a few reindeer. people began lining up two hours before the event. the we energies cookies book dates back to 19-28.
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temperatures falling into the middle 40s inland to upper 40s lakeside. areas of fog likely and may be dense at times. after morning fog conditions sunday will be exactly like today with sunshine and near record highs in the upper 60s. a few showers are possible monday night then partly s day with temperatures near 60. temperatures will be cooler and closer to normal by friday with highs in the low 50s. tonight: areas of fog. low: 48 wind: wsw 1-3 mph sunday: morning fog then mostly sunny.
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monday: mostly sunny with a few showers at night. am low: 47 high: 63 wind: sw 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny. am low: 49 high: 59 wind: nw 5-15 mph wednesday:mostly sunny. am low: 43 high: 57 wind: nw 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. am low: wind: wsw 5-15 mph friday: partly sunny and cooler. am low: 45 high: 52 wind: n 5-15 mph clear tonight with temperatures falling into the middle 40s inland to upper 40s lakeside. areas of fog likely and may be dense at times.
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today with sunshine and near record highs in the upper 60s. a few showers are possible monday night then partly sunny on election day with temperatures near 60. temperatures will be cooler and closer to normal by friday with highs in the low 50s. tonight: areas of mph sunday: morning fog then mostly sunny. high: 67 wind: ssw 3-5 mph monday: mostly sunny with a few showers at night. am low: 47 high: 63 wind: sw 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny. am low: 49 high: 59 wind: nw 5-15 mph wednesday:mostly sunny. am low: 43 high: 57 wind: nw 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. am low: 46 high: 60 wind: wsw 5-15 mph friday: partly sunny and cooler. am low: 45 high: 52
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a big day in evanston gives the badgers control of their own destiny when it comes to the post season. we'll have highlights and tim van vooren has the reaction next. and the bucks look for the 3 to be the key as they try to extend their winning streak. that's cominu the earlier you find cancer, the better your odds at beating it. thats why buddy check 6 is so important. pick a buddy - your mom, sister, or friend - then remind each other to do your breast self exams on the 6th. heres your friendly reminder from us - tomorrow is the sixth. so when you get up and start your day, remember to connect with your
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com to get all the details and sign up today - then do your self exam tomorrow. break over 80,000 wisconsin jobs lost to unfair trade. but senator johnson sided with corporate interests, calling for even more unfair trade,
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shipping jobs overseas, costing taxpayers billions. and johnson's been exposed for using what looks like an offshore tax shelter for himself. ron johnson's just not for us. senate majority pac is responsible
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they've had tests all season long and passed the majority of them, keeping them in line to reach the big ten championship game next month and possibly the college football playoff. but the badgers had to get through northwestern this afternoon to keep those goals alive. the last time the badgers won at ryan field, 1999. and things don't look good early as andrew endicott misses a 35 yard field goal after a 13 play, 5
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through, with a 40 yard field goal, giving the badgers a 3-0 lead. a little later in the quarter, jazz peavy makes the most of his only rushing attempt, taking the end around 46 yards for his first career rushing touchdown, 10-0 badgers. northwestern cuts the lead to 10-7 at the half. the badgers answer in the 3rd quarter as endicott drills a 28 yard field goal extending the lead to 13-7. then the defense creates offense as garrett dooley and conor sheehy combine for a sack and force a fumble leading to a corey clement touchdown. he rushes for 106 yards and the badgers win 21-7. tim van vooren has more on endicott's day from ryan field. "a week ago andrew endicott had a tough game against nebraska and he found about how fans felt about that on social media. for a guy who used to just be a kickoff specialist that was new territory. so was bouncing back at northwestern." "it wasn't super fun to see some of that stuff but my parents stay with me at home games so we were just hanging out in my apartment watching tv
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you're getting the full college experience. i know that the coaches and all my teammates have confidence in me. a couple mean comments, obviously in the moment, doesn't feel great but at the end of the day i don't care what some high school kid or some dad with fifty followers says." "my response to anybody who says anything is, you know, you go out there and make a kick with pressure on the line. we're 100% behind endicott. if he misses it or he makes it, if he misses it we're encouraging him to keep going." redemption, victory for endicott and the badgers on saturday. in evanston, tim van vooren, fox six sports." after missing the 1st 7 games this season, corey linsley is back and he'll get tested right away tomorrow against the colts. he will have to block for aaron rodgers who finds himself moving around a bit more lately, especially with a depleted backfield. "it's a secondary thing that extended plays. look at the touchdowns to geronimo to
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i'm hitting guys on the run, late timing stuff, second timing stuff. so those are tough for the defense to stop." behind some strong defense and the emergence of giannis and jabari, the bucks have started to roll early this season. tonight, they were looking to make it 3 wins in a row with sacramento in town. it was the 3 ball early going down for them and mirza teletovic in from behind the arc in just 8 minutes of play, the bucks would lead by 15 early in the 2nd quarter. the bucks close the first half with a spectacular play by jabari parker, off the giannis antetokounmpo pass, he finishes with the slam and they lead by 15 at the break. the lead grows in the 3rd as giannis makes the steal and takes it alone to the rack with the dunk. that's part of a 21-3 run to start the quarter and the roll to a 117-91 win. across the street, the admirals hosting the iowa wild and this was a wild one as alexander carrier puts the ads up 3-1 in the 1st period,
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what greases the gears in washington? money.
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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
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(male narrator) previously on "hell's kitchen"... (man) i am so sick of this. (narrator) after another stinging dinner service loss by the men... i feel so low right now. i'm not gonna lie. - can we just let it go for now? (narrator) jessica gleefully rubbed it in. (jessica) we schooled them today, and we're gonna keep schooling 'em. (johnny) why try to rub it in and, (narrator) and johnny and the boys went on the attack. (johnny) nobody likes you. (jessica) that's not true. (wendy) they're just being bullies because they're salty that they lost. (narrator) the next morning... let's go. (narrator) everyone took out their frustrations... - whoa. - whoo! (narrator) on ostrich eggs. i'm getting soaked. it's yolk in here. oh! ookey yolk, and a lot of it. (narrator) which had the names of the ingredients... - whiskey. - kidney beans. (wendy) corn.


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