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11. our big story at eleven... the search is on a for the driver who hit a little girl ---leaving her to die. now, the family is our deandra corinthios has more from the scene. family members tell us 5-year-old rickyia langham was heading to the car with her mother sunday morning, when a car came through leon terrace...and hit her.there's a memorial at the scene... meanwhile police continue to search for the driver. family members say rickyia was the life of the family. she was hit just
family members say rickyia was holding her mother's hand when she was hit by the car. they say the car slowed down after striking her but didn't stop. rickyia and her mother were planning to go to church when the accident occurred. a description of the vehicle involved is not available right now. an autopsy on the child is planned for this mo events this is a tragic accident, and were just asking, have a heart, this mother is hurting this child was in this mothers hand she was holding the hand of her child' a description of the vehicle involved is not available right now. an autopsy on the child is planned for this morning reporting live in milwaukee deandra corinthios fox6 news the man accused of causing a crash that killed three women-- pleads not guilty. 23-year-old jasen randhawa... faces 12 felony counts related to the crash near 2nd and clybourn last month.according to the criminal complaint -- data recovered from the lexus he was driving shows the car was going 63 miles per hour just before impact. three women from chicago were killed in the wreck and their uber
trial. adlib to weather after a crisp morning, we're warming quickly in today's sunshine. highs will reach the mid and upper 60s. as our next cold front gets closer, clouds will start to return to southeast wisconsin. those will arrive primarily after sunset - followed by shower chances after midnight. today: mostly sunny and warm. high: 67 wind: sw 5-10
investigating after a car goes over the bluff in cudahy. it happened this morning at sheridan park. you can see from the video crews used a tow truck to pull the car from over the edge. no other details are being released at this time. stick with fox6 news...on-air and online...for any updates. crews are investigating an abandoned warehouse fire in it happened just after midnight near 15th and st. paul. there were no injuries. officials estimate there was more than 100-thousand dollars in damage. the cause of the fire is still under investigation. a heads up if you drive in milwaukee's third ward.. the water street bridge over the milwaukee river is closed. crews are installing an upgrade to the bridges center lock system. the bridge should reopen mid- december. happening now --- the milwaukee county board meets to discuss next year's
proposed "wheel tax." county executive chris abele proposed a 60 dollar vehicle registration fee to cover budget items like road maintenance and repairs. the county supervisors have called for a 30 dollar fee instead. you decide coverage now... the f-b-i says hillary clinton is off the hook -- again -- for using a private email server. the announcement comes as the clinton and trump teams are dashing around the country for votes -- including stops in wisconsin. our political reporter theo keith has more. sunday, hillary clinton gets a boost from the latest campaign twist. nine days after fbi director james comey shook up the race by announcing that agents had found new emails... comey said sunday, "we have not changed our conclusions that we expressed in july" when the fbi said clinton's use of a private server did not warrant criminal charges. donald trump questioned whether the f-b-i had done thoroughly investigated the new emails. you
in eight days. you cant do it folks clinton's running mate tim kaine made three sunday stops in wisconsin... hey guys, wow, you guys are great! kaine said he wasn't surprised by the fbi's latest decision. he says he's excited by a record number of early voters in the state., but not taking a win for granted. we feel like if we can succeed in wisconsin, the path for donald trump to become president is really difficult while kaine was protecting clinton's lead in wisconsin -- trump scrapped his instead, he headed to two other states where he trails -- michigan and minnesota. critics questioned the moves. "if i don't win minnesota, i'm going to look real bad to those pundits that i do not respect very much. the race has tightened in the week and a half since director's comey's initial letter. the question is, how much damage did that do to clinton and did any of that get reversed with sunday's announcement. in the newsroom, theo keith, fox6 news.
university law school poll shows only one point separates senator ron johnson and russ feingold... with feingold holding a slim lead. both republican incumbent ron johnson and democratic challenger russ feingold made stops in our area this weekend. in mukwonago saturday, johnson slammed feingold for taking out-of state campaign contributions. the republican says repealing the affordable care act is one of the most important issues of the campaign. and sunday morning, feingold greeted supporters in milwaukee... alon mate senator tim kaine. there... feingold pledged to raise the minimum wage, establish paid family leave, and take action on the cost of prescription medications if elected. rj 'im my own person - im responsible for my own words, my own actions and my own campaign. im pretty proud of it.' rf 'to finally have the middle income and working families of this state get a fair deal. thats what were going to do!' johnson will wrap up his bus tour of the state at an event in waukesha today.
to greet supporters. 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 -- just one day away. former u-s attorney general "janet reno" passes away... a look back at her year's in office during bill clinton's presidency. and terror attack threats...ahead of election day. the states that are on high alert. plus another discovery aftr woman for two months... what else was found on his property. "i'm tom hooper, i'm katrina cravy, i'm jenna sachs. contact 6. 44 years, millions of dollars returned, hundreds of thousands of people helped. what does that add up to? contact 6. the milwaukee institution led by jenna sachs. she's here to help you and your family because you
traffic tracker alert....on i-41 northbound. the left lane is closed at rawson avenue because of a crash. you can see traffic is starin of i-41 northbound is closed because of a crash at rawson avenue. looking across america... another
body is found in the serial killer case in south carolina. this comes just days after a 30-year-old woman was found chained inside a metal container on the man's property. fox's kelly wright has the latest. henson says: "the bond has been denied." a judge denies bond to alleged
body on his property in spartanburg county, south carolina... sheriff wright says: "we are in the process of trying to get that person removed from here, and do a positive identification. we're not even close, we can't tell anything about the cause of death, the gender, how long, any of that stuff." the murder case all started to unravel... after deputies found a missing woman alive... 30-year-old kala brow thursday. kohlhepp confessed to four murders over the weekend... he's also accused of killing kala's boyfriend. the murders he confessed to happened back in 2003. mos says: "it seems like they were gone forever, you know 13 years, why would anybody, he got away with for 13 years, why would you confess now?" the suspect's neighbors are surprised by the case... but
owen says: "todd was, in my opinion, was a likable guy. he never used any foul language when we were talking. he was a big bragger, now." meantime ... authorities continue a multi-state search for any other possible bodies on kohlhepp's properties. sheriff wright says: "there's supposed to be one more down here, but we're gonna keep searching until we are positive that's it.." on-cam tag the f-b-i and homeland security are also assisting in the investigation. in new york, kelly wright, fox news. damage after an earthquake strikes the town of cushing, oklahoma. the cushing city manager says 40 to 50 buildings were damaged in sunday's quake including cracks to buildings and fallen bricks. it happened around 7-45 last night. this is the third earthquake in oklahoma this year with a magnitude five or greater. it was felt by people in several other states-- including texas, kansas and missouri. officials say a few minor injuries have been reported. former u-s attorney general janet reno has died.
passed away at her home in miami after a 20-year battle with parkinson's disease. reno was the first woman appointed to attorney general, during bill clinton's presidency. she served eight years in office-- but was never considered part of clinton's inner circle. her tenure was marked by the deadly showdown at a religious compound in waco, texas in 19-93. also the custody battle over young cuban immigrant elian gonzalez. reno was 78 years old. virginia... texas... and new york are on high alert for a in a statement... the f-b-i said it was working closely with local law enforcement... and that all possible security threats are regularly assessed ahead of election day. sources say no specific locations are mentioned within those states... and the intelligence is still being assessed. toss to weather. after a crisp morning, we're warming quickly in today's
upper 60s. as our next cold front gets closer, clouds will start to return to southeast wisconsin. those will arrive primarily after sunset - followed by shower chances after midnight. showers will likely linger into tomorrow morning, before leaving us with a mostly cloudy and cool the clouds won't last long. sunshine returns wednesday. we'll see a brief burst of warmer air thursday before temperatures return to "normal" in the low 50s friday. today: mostly sunny and warm. high: 67 wind: sw 5-10 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. showers
2-7 mph tuesday: morning showers. then mostly cloudy and cool. high: 55 wind: nw 10-20 mph wednesday: gradual clearing. am low: 39 high: 56 wind: nw 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. am low: 37 high: 60 wind: w 10-20 mph friday: mostly sunny. am low: wind: n 5-10 mph saturday: mostly sunny. am low: 31 high: 50 wind: sw 5-10
appears in court... what happened during today's hearing. our big story at 11- for the driver who hit and killed a 5 year old girl on the city's northwest side family members say she was holding her mother's hand ...when she was struck. our deandra corinthios has more from the scene. a memorial has formed near where 5 year old rickyia langham was struck and killed. family members say she was a vibrant little girl...the life of the family. it was about 9:30 on sunday morning...when family members say rickyia and her mother were
crossing the street...holding hands...when a car struck rickyia on leon terrace near constance avenue. the family says the car that hit her...didn't stop. police have not released a description of the car... the family pastor is also rickyia's cousin. he is asking anyone with any information to please come forward. and they're asking the driver who fled the scene...to have a heart. the medical examiner says an autopsy is they plan to create a memorial fund in rickyia's name. the man accused of causing a crash that killed three women-- pleads not guilty. 23-year-old jasen randhawa... faces 12 felony counts related to the crash near 2nd clybourn last month.according to
recovered from the lexus he was driving shows the car was going 63 miles per hour just before impact. three women from chicago were killed in the wreck and their uber driver was seriously hurt. randhawa was also bound over for trial. adlib to weather after a crisp morning, we're warming quickly in today's sunshine. highs will reach the mid and front gets closer, clouds will start to return to southeast wisconsin. those will arrive primarily after sunset - followed by shower chances after midnight. today: mostly sunny and warm. high: 67
police are investigating the sudden death of an infant on the city's north side. it happened around 7-45 this morning near auer avenue and achilles street. officials say a one-month-old boy was found unresponsive inside a home. the baby was police say there is no indication of foul play at this time. the incident is still under investigation. traffic tracker alert....on i-41 northbound. the left lane is closed at rawson avenue because of a crash. you can see traffic is starting to back up. again, the left lane of i-41 northbound is closed because of a crash at
sunday shocker -- as the f-b-i announces that the investigation into hillary clinton's private email server is over -- again. f-b-i director james comey said the agency had reached the same conclusions that it had in july -- when it did not recommend criminal charges. comey's initial letter a week and a half ago said agents had found new emails. that shook up the race...which has tightened some in the week and a half since comey's initial letter. clinton's campaign happy the matter is resolved...while trump is criticizing ow handled the situation...saying its not possible to review the documents in such a short time span. church and politics went hand in hand yesterday as the president of the naacp visited two houses of worship. fox 6s derica williams has the message the organization wants to spread. these are no ordinary times in an extraordinary way, naacp national president and ceo cornell william brooks delivered a
moments where are souls are being tested our character is being challenged referencing the book of esther- finding words of, instruction, enlightenment and power, brooks connected it with real time issues and actions needed for this election. so for this effort there's no democrat or republican, there is right and wrong ... volunteers with the organization has been going all over the country helping raise awareness and enco everyone has a responsibility to cast their vote for the candidate of their choice and hopefully moral compass will lead them to the right decision the congregation was encouraged to reach to loved ones and friends to share the message that their a selections regarding the
and community. at this pivotal moment in american history where when weve seen voter suppression where we've seen voter id laws. wisconsin is key its important for people to turn out to vote here because call of the issues that we are concerned about are on the ballot in milwaukee dw f6n. 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 -- on graduating college without being stuck with debt... the different kind of "financial aid" that some students are using to help pay for college. plus...election day is tomorrow... see how social media is gearing up for the
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contact 6. 44 years, millions of dollars returned, hundreds of thousands of people helped. what does that add up to? contact 6. the milwaukee institution led by jenna sachs. she's here to help you and your family because you matter." as students everywhere know-- there are two big parts of a
in...the second is getting out with being stuck with life-crippling debt. beverly taylor reports on how some are using a different kind of "financial aid". "i got my acceptance letter from depaul and i'm like "mom, i'm going there." she was like, yeah, okay cool." we first caught up with brionne candie of milwaukee, as she packed for school-- pursuing a degree in nursing. she was surprised when she was chicago-- her first choice. but her mother, antoi johns was "not". "i knew it wasn't, it wasn't an issue...'cause her grades through high school had been awesome. and she's a really hard worker." but then reality set in. "ooo,who gonna pay for this laughs " depaul is a private school with a hefty price tag. "i was just working and you know, saving my money. and then of course my mom was saving her money. as well as my dad and my grandma, she always helps when she can." "by this being kinda my first experience i
scholarships and different things. so we got a few. but we didn't get as many as we probably should have."on top of that, johns had recently opened a new business called transcending salon and spa, and with the bills that generated-- not to mention furnishing the place... there wasn't much of a surplus. ...what the school wanted right away and what they had didn't match. and that's when the proverbial light bulb went off:: why not try gofundme. "my mom. that was my mom's idea." "you know i talked to bri and i said why don't you go ahead...because i wasn't going to do it because i wanted her to also have some responsibility." candie composed her pitch on the site and launched the gofundme page.donations from friends, family and a few strangers started coming in. we raised about $750 and that helped a lot. it helped a lot...just that little bit because i was facing such a big debt at first."it's still up...
turn to crowdfunding. "just search the education category and you'll find many others. pitches range from overcoming difficult times to the chance to help others .... all designed to encourage readers to contribute." "sometimes my mom will make a little donation to kinds kick it out and we'll share it on facebook." some other students we talked to said they never thought of crowdfunding for education. "i think it could be very effective for people who have enough sources." "i don't think it would be a good thing if everybody, you know if the majori but i see maybe a handful out of the bunch maybe who have special circumstances." "i have the means for paying for college right now and i've been able to support myself thus far so i don't see the need in asking for money."one thing to keep in mind when considering crowdfunding is getting the money from the sites is not free. gofundme deducts about 8% from each donation you receive. the
percent with indiegogo. and, youcaring deducts a processing fee of about 3%. but what's left, is still money students wouldn't have otherwise. and lastly, the support is immeasurable. "it makes me feel good. it makes me want to keep going. it makes me want to make all those people proud and keep making the dean's list. in milwaukee, beverly taylor, fox 6 news. toss to weather. after a crisp morning, we're warming quickly in today's sunshine. highs will reach the mid and upper 60s. as our next cold front gets closer, clouds will start to return to southeast wisconsin. those will arrive primarily after sunset - followed by shower chances after midnight. showers will likely linger into tomorrow morning, before leaving us with a mostly cloudy and cool election day. the clouds won't last long. sunshine returns wednesday. we'll see a brief burst of warmer air thursday before temperatures return to "normal" in the low 50s friday. today: mostly sunny and warm. high:
over 80,000 wisconsin jobs lost to unfair trade.
but senator johnson sided with corporate interests, calling for even more unfair trade, voting for special tax breaks for corporations 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.
facebook, twitter, instagram and snapchat will all play a big role in tomorrows election... heres how the social media platforms are gearing up for the big day. 2016 will be one of the most social elections yet... with millions posting their pictures, opinions and more online. nats... facebook has a section to help you prepare for election day... based on where you live... it will show you a preview of your ballot both national and local... and by entering your home address... see propositions, referendums and initiatives tailored to you. once you make your picks... you choose whether to share with friends... plus you can also email yourself your choices... for easy reference at the polls. not sure how to vote? just one click will take you to posts on the candidate or topic.. so you can see what your friends are saying. nats... on twitter... official
#election 2016. send a direct message to the @gov account with your address and youll get an automated response with your polling location... ballot information.. and more. there are also special election stickers you can add to your photos... including an uncle sam hat... an american flag... ballot box... and a virtual version of the classic 'i voted' sticker they give out at the polls. nats... on instagram... and snapchat... youll be sure to find updates from your friend election themed filters... expect to see some behind the scenes reactions from candidates here too... nats... and even spotify has a special election themed playlist ... nats... song us election 2016 countdown is supposed to help ease your anxiety... with everything from i will survive ... to rems end of the world as we know it... nats... lullaby it concludes brahams lullaby.... the song i use to put my kids to bed...
leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? "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 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. johnson: social security is a legal ponzi scheme. senior 1: ron johnson is attacking social security. senior 2: he wants to let wall street johnson: free money... 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. russ feingold: i'm russ feingold and i approve this message. this is an individual who mocked a disabled reporter... i don't know what i said, ahh...
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packers game yesterday. a squirrel ran onto the field during the first half of the game. it later returned in the third quarter...the squirrel dashed along the goal line....forcing officials to call a timeout. the squirrel finally went out of bounds, but not before causing a stir on joking the animal was seeing more of the end zone
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