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to win your vote. from the race for president... to the races down ballot.. we have team coverage this election eve. let's start with the race for president- ted perry is here with that. their workday is far from over .. both presidential candidates -- campaigning 'til the bitter end. call it a battleground state blitz. and after months of campaigning -- the race to the white house is in the home her workday is far from over. she's criss-crossing three states in 12 hours. clinton says: "if you give me the honor of being your president, i am going to do everything i can to get this country and everybody in it back up!"
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democratic nominee... deploying the party's biggest names to where it matters most.... north carolina nat pop kaine to florida nat pop biden and for the man whose job she wants, it was his swan-song as president in presidential politics.obama says: "i just have one question for you, new hampshire...are you fired up, ready to go? let's finish what you started, let's elect hillary clinton!" ------------- for donald trump.... he too is bouncing around the country -- in one last effort to win over voters. "it's been some campaign, they say it's the single greatest movement politically speaking in the the republican nominee and his running mate, ?indiana governor mike pence, hitting five states on this election eve --- eventually ending up in michigan. trump predicting victories in all of his targeted states: "we're winning ohio, we're winning iowa, we're winning we think new hampshire." the most recent cnn poll has clinton with a four point lead nationwide. here in wisconsin -- the latest marquette
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shows clinton with a six-point lead over trump. we'll find out soon enough if those polls are correct-- back to you. that same marquette poll painting a tighter race for the u.s. senate here in wisconsin. incumbent republican ron johnson is trailing democratic challenger russ feingold by just one point.. our theo keith is live in waukesha - where johnson says he would need a record turnout in the milwaukee suburbs to win re-election race is razor-thin. so, for luck, he finished this campaign in the same place as he did his surprise 2010 victory. nats - ryan and johnson on stage ron johnson has staged a comeback, from a double-digit deficit to down by a point or two.
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feingold, will be the hardest part. we not only need a really good turnout here in waukesha, we need a record turnout :28johnson ended his rematch with feingold with stops at the manufacturing company he once led, a milwaukee church, and this g-o-p office in waukesha. governor scott walker and house speaker paul ryan joined him there. ron johnsons gotta get re-elected. ron johnsons got to win. ron johnsons race determines whether we control the united states senate his job, and thats why - up until the last couple months - he was behind in the polls. because people didnt know about him. because he quietly did his job :44johnson continues to outperform the top of the republican ticket, donald trump, in the milwaukee suburbs. johnson told me this weekend that his fate is not tied to trump, because theyre two different people. god bless you all
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milwaukee and dane counties, the johnson campaign says the republican ground game - honed during governor walkers recall - can make up the difference on election day. live, theo keith, fox6 news. challenger russ feingold says hes not worried at all about his chances for victory tomorrow. in fact - he said he hopes supporters think hes down in the polls.... bret lemoine is live in racine to tell you why. feingold was here in racine a few hours ago... greeting supporters and tomorrow. nat 'youve taken it right to the end, and i want to thank you for that.' in a speech to supporters, democrat russ feingold greets dozens of at racines u-a-w local 180 who have been manning a phone bank all afternoon. 'oh yes, im hopeful!' with just hours to go until the polls open, feingold is getting his
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wisconsin jobs.' feingold tells supporters, hell oppose trade agreement that ship jobs overseas. he also pledged to raise the minimum wage, implement paid family leave... and take action on pharmaceutical costs. feingold says its a clear choice for voters... and the time is right for his return: rf 'six years ago, everyone was sort of on hard times. it was because of the economic collapse that occurred. whats happening this time is that middle income and working families are saying people how come were not?' among the crowd, democratic congressional candidate ryan solen... whos looking to defeat republican paul ryan in wisconsins first congressional district. rs 'people have been really wonderful in this district. they really are pushing for change.' feingolds early lead has all but evaporated in recent weeks... as the latest marquette university law school poll shows him just one point ahead of republican incumbent ron johnson. even so... feingold is feeling confident hell be headed back to washington. rf 'i want everyone to think that maybe were a point or two behind though, so that they work really
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winning tomorrow.' feingold left racine to head to oshkosh. hell be in the madison area on election night. reporting live in racine, bl, fox6 news. wisconsin election officials say nearly 800-thousand people have already cast ballots in this election -- shattering the record set in 2012... the elections commission projects about 3-point-1-million people in wisconsin will vote in this election. that's just shy of 70-percent of the in-person early voting in most areas across the state ended over the weekend .. mail-in absentee ballots must be returned to clerks offices by the 8 p.m. tomorrow. in the home stretch. volunteers for both major parties put in some late nights working the phones. our a.j. bayatpour checked in with local republican and democratic campaign offices. he joins us live with their stories... were at the north shore republican office where dozens
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doing the same thing a few miles down the freeway at the democratic office in milwaukee. the countdown to when polls open... is no longer measured in days... but in hours. voter turnout- thats gonna be everything. david rynerson says at this late stage, he knows almost all voters are decided. we have two very well-known candidates in the presidential election, of course. now, its a matter of identifying those likely to vote their way...and making people dont vote and we need to get people out to vote and a lot of that comes from interpersonal relations. we want to tell them how much their vote matters. peter mehler and his fellow milwaukee county democrats also work the phones, knowing its all about turnout. we wanna get people who are sitting on the fence about whether to vote or not to vote, whether their vote matters or doesnt matter, we want to get them out.
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are not so much about the candidates, but instead, making sure people are able to vote. whether its a ride to the polls or assuring them theres ways to register to vote and change their address, those things are all important. just to give you an idea of how things have ramped up, the north shore republicans here say last monday, their goal was day. today, it was two-thousand calls an hour. live in bayside, a.j. bayatpour, fox 6 news. 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
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temperatures falling through the 50s this evening, into the upper 40s by sunrise. rain showers will move through from roughly 5am-9am. otherwise mostly cloudy and cooler with a high in the middle 50s. skies will clear out on tuesday night with temperatures falling into the 30s. dry and cooler for most of the extended forecast. milwaukee could officially hit freezing for the first time this season on saturday morning. low: 49 wind: sw 5-10 mph tuesday: morning showers out by 9am. then mostly cloudy and cool. high: 56 wind: nw 10-15 mph wednesday:mostly sunny. am low: 38 high: 54 wind: w 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. am low: 39 high: 60
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fatal hit and run .. milwaukee police release new video - a porsche suv suspected of hitting and killing a 5 year old girl. a live report next. and could your tap water be making you sick? tonight -how the city of milwaukee taking action - and it could be yours - for free! plus -- that kickoff return against the packers for a touchdown has already cost one player his job.... the latest from green bay.... all t minutes.
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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 go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move. y: "i would bomb the sh_t out of them." vo: just one. bring it... [speaking spanish] bring it... bring it... we are going to bring it... bring it... this election... i... i'm going to bring it... bring it... bring it to the ballot. (announcer) now you need to show a photo id? like a wisconsin driver license,
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find out whether your id will work at and don't forget to bring your id to the ballot. "i'm tom hooper, i'm katrina cravy, i'm jenna sachs. contact
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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." tonight, a mourning mother's plea. her daughter was hit by a car while and now newly released images show the car responsible. fox 6's brittany shannon is live with more. police today, releasing images of the car that struck and killed five year old rickyia langham just outside her home. meantime, her family, and her mother, begging the driver to come forward at a prayer vigil tonight.
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daughter... " i miss my baby a lot" tears, hugs and prayers for the family of five-year-old rickyia langham "i just pray they would feel the arms and love of the people that are here tonight" they gathered near leon and hampton close to the place where rickyia was struck by a car sunday morning. her mother, lechelle tells me, she was walking to the car with her daughter, by. "when that car hit her. the tips of our fingers left each other because car impact hit my baby and threw her in the air 38:53" this is the vehicle that police say struck rickyia. officials say it's a grey or silver 2002- 2010 porsche suv. it may have damage to the front passenger side. the police...and this grieving family...asking the driver to
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you to please turn yourself in because my baby didn't deserve this" anyone with information on that vehicle or the driver is asked to call milwaukee police. the family tells me a memorial fund has been set up for rickyia at educator's credit union in the name of rickyia langham. at district 7 headquarters, bs, fox 6 news. brad thank brit milwaukee police investigating another fatal pedestrian accident. the milwaukee county medical examiner's office says a woman was
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we're told the 50-year-old was in the cross-walk just when she was hit. the driver remained on scene. the man charged in connection to a triple fatal crash last month pleads not guilty. jasen randhawa is accused of killing three women from illinois and injuring their uber driver in a crash near 2nd and clybourn. randhawa initially left the scene - but turned himself in a day later. court documents say he was speeding and alcohol was involved. the case will now go to trial. of the city's drinking water? then we have good news. a new program kicks off later this month... designed to help alleviate concerns fox 6s derica williams tells us how a new water filter ?distribution plan will be rolled out to residents. it's coming out of your sink...and could make you sick. we have to address lead hazards from all points health commissioner bevan baker says the city of milwaukee is helping residents with lead service lines starting with the most vulnerable.
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bottle fed infants. thats a key public health concern and we want to reach families where there is a pregnant or nursing mother there and any children under the age of 6 living in that home the city partnered with a-o smith, and the united way of greater milwaukee and waukesha county to provide aquasana-branded water filtration products to those impacted. we have an opportunity to have immediate action the program offers two products, the aquasana claryum countertop unit and powered water filtration pitcher. both these products are nsf certified and remove more than 99%of the lead from drinking water they area also certified to remove more than 65 other potential harmful contaminates including heavy metals and pharmaceutical cysts and organic pollutants such as pesticides while its a helpful gesture, the city says it does have a
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the lead hazards out of the ground. . there $150,000 additional for filters and $11 million in the budget hta deals with infrastructure we made daycare centers our top priority .. the filtration products and replacement filters will be distributed on november 29th and 30th at the sixteenth street community health centers on the north and south side. residents who do not qualify for the program are being offered a special discount... go to fox6-now-dot can find out if you are one of the homes dealing with this hazard. derica williams with fox six news halfway through the season, there are more questions than answers surrounding the packers.... but the coach says he has a handle on things and that better days are ahead..... well, except for one player.... tim van vooren is here with the blitz.... guys, the packers play their next three games on the road, are still dealing with injury issues, and are in third place of the four teams in the nfc
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still has good things to work with, despite yesterday's upset loss at home to indy.... "when i addressed the team yesterday in the locker room i talked a lot about energy and things like that but after really reviewing the video i thought that the energy was pretty good. i just think the attention to detail and the sharpness particularly in the first moments of the game we were not quite where we needed to be." the ton for yesterday's game was set when jordan todman returned the touchdown.... today, the packers release safety jermaine whitehead, who was one of the guys most responsible for the coverage breakdowns on that return.... fullback joe kerridge comes up from the practice squad to take the roster opening... green bay had problems in all three areas: offense, defense and special teams yesterday, which means practice this week will feature a lot of corrections, as well as preparation for next sunday's game at tennessee....
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now. and officials are hoping for smooth sailing at the polls tomorrow. the preps underway right now to make sure your voice is heard without a hitch. plus, disappearing dogs. the unusual happenings in one county. why these cases are
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increasing clouds tonight with
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40s by sunrise. rain showers will move through from roughly 5am-9am. otherwise mostly cloudy and cooler with a high in the middle 50s. skies will clear out on tuesday night with temperatures falling into the 30s. dry and cooler for most of the extended forecast. milwaukee could officially hit freezing for the first time this tonight: increasing clouds. low: 49 wind: sw 5-10 mph tuesday: morning showers out by 9am. then mostly cloudy and cool. high: 56 wind: nw 10-15 mph wednesday:mostly sunny. am low: 38 high: 54 wind: w 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. am low: 39 high: 60 wind: sw 10-20 mph turnout is expected to be high for tomorrow's election.. but voters won't be the only ones at the polls.. the two groups standing outside the polls and why they want their presence known.
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back at both the badgers and packers games with the 5th quarter. start your election day with fox-6 wakeup. we have live team coverage on what you need to know before heading to the polls. plus the last push from candidates in the major races. and it could be a long night... where campaigns will be holding watch parties.
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with tomorrow's historic election - the u.s. department of justice says its civil rights division plans to deploy resources to milwaukee county polls. so what else is being done to make sure things run as smoothly as possible? we sent our madeline anderson to find out. the signs have been placed...
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booths assembled. oak creek election inspectors spent monday preparing each of the six polling sites for election day. meanwhile poll workers at city hall assigned numbers to the 66-hundred absentee ballots already returned... prepping them for tuesday when they'll be opened and fed through the machine. "because weve already voted over 30 percent--31 percent--here in oak creek, we should be able to get the voters through pretty quickly. its the registration lines that tend to get long and kind of slow down the process. so the more prepare information, the smoother and quicker that will go." i anticipate high voter turnout, so i encourage everyone to head to the polls as early as the county level... director of elections julietta henry was on hand to provide extra supplies to municipalities and answer questions from the public.
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the votes are cast tuesday... henry's staff is then responsible for tallying the results. weve tested the equipment, we ran the actual test ballots through every single machine, and theyve sent in their results. and if you're still unsure where your polling site is or what you need to bring just head to fox six now dot com reporting in oak creek... madeline anderson fox6 news. meantime - in milwaukee - police officers will b polls tomorrow. the officers will be watching for disruptions, excessive demonstrations and for anyone inferring with the voting process. anyone who has concerns about disruptions or bad behavior should call police. for everything you need to know before you head to the polls -- including the latest from the campaigns -- head to our website, fox six now dot com, or your fox six news mobile app and
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approves a wheel tax today. in a 17 to 1 vote-- board members agreed to amend the county budget - and create a 30 dollar vehicle registration fee. it will begin next year. milwaukee county executive chris abele initially proposed a 60 dollar fee in his 2017 budget plan. right now the state vehicle registration fee is 75 dollars. people who live in ?the city of milwaukee already pay an extra 25 dollars every year - meaning those residents wi dollars a year to operate their car.. some good, some not so good for wisconsin football fans this week. the good, the badgers win at northwestern. the not so good, the packers performance yesterday. but what is always good, the 5th quarter from fox six sports photojournalist mickie leach.
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even a ride in a snazzy 1989 lincoln town car! election day deals anyone can take advantage of... plus - construction of the new bucks arena.. reaching a milestone this afternoon... how for the first time - the project is building up, the winds of change will be blowing in on election day. i'll show you how much cooler it's about to get coming
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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
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"the simpsons" is breaking records! and you can spend new years with
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the details in tonight's buzz. michael bubl and his wife are putting their careers on hold... this, after revealing their three-year-old son is battling cancer. buble said he and his wife are devastated by the diagnosis of their eldest son, noah. the singer says his son is undergoing treatment in the u-s. there's no end in sight for "the simpsons!" fox has renewed the animated series for its 29th and 30th seasons. that episodes...topping "gunsmoke"'s record for the most episodes of any scripted t-v show. you can spend new years eve with justin bieber...but it's going to cost you a half million dollars. according to t-m-z ----the singer is offering an ultimate v-i-p package for his new year's eve concert in miami. the package includes front row tickets for you and nine of your friends... a five night stay in
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expensive cars, a yacht and get a 65 hundred dollar bottle of champagne to ring in 20-17. and that's your buzz. another beautiful day - but we will see rain on election day - another beautiful day - but we will see rain on election day - when to expect it.. weather expert tom wachs is coming up with the forecast. plus - the new bucks arena - being done for the first time today and how .. you can finally see it.. and how does this sound? a free krispy kreme doughnut! election
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mitchell international airport. delta airlines is adding a new nonstop flight -- between milwaukee and seattle. it also opens up easier connections to delta's international network with easy connections to japan, china and south korea.
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nonstop flights to seattle from southwest airlines and alaska airlines. aurora healthcare is proposing a clinic oak creek -- at the corner of howell and ryan. the new clinic would provide expanded services and give patients better access to health care in the oak creek area. aurora is planning a three-story brick- and-glass building to be staffed with eight physicians and 30 caregivers. for more business news - go to fox 6 now dot com for a link to the business journal. adlib to wx tonight with temperatures falling through the 50s this evening, into the upper 40s by sunrise. rain showers will move through from roughly 5am-9am. otherwise mostly cloudy and cooler with a high in
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night with temperatures falling into the 30s. dry and cooler for most of the extended forecast. milwaukee could officially hit freezing for the first time this season on saturday morning. low: 49 wind: sw 5-10 mph tuesday: morning showers out by 9am. then mostly cloudy and cool. high: 56 wind: nw 10-15 mph
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high: 54 wind: w 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. am low: 39 high: 60 wind: sw 10-20 mph friday: mostly sunny. am low: 40 high: 50 wind: nw 5-10 mph 30 high: 50 wind: sw 5-15 mph sunday: mostly sunny. am low: 38 high: 55 wind: sw 5-15
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anchors thanks weather a long day for the presidential candidates this is a live picture from grand rapids. republican candidate donald trump wrapping up his day in michigan. trump is slated to take th stage at 10 pm our time. and hillary clinton supporters in north carolina waiting for her to show up for a late-night rally.. this is a live look from raleigh. clinton is expected later next
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sometimes the biggest challenge is not deciding who to vote for... but rather, how to get to the polls. fox six's julie collins tells us about some of the ride assistance available... including one that ?will get you to the polls, in style. itll likely be a full house at any given polling place around milwaukee - and if you dont want to worry about parking your car - you can call for a ride. 'we are definitely going to be giving actually picking people up at their home and taking them to their polling place.' citizen action of wisconsin has 85 volunteers who will help voters exercise their right to vote - and they expect it to be busy. 'we already have a running list of people that done scheduled a ride for tomorrow.' if you want to ride in style - 'weve got the 1989 lincoln. its a beaut...' reach out to #electoralimo on social media. 'exactly so you can call, get on
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for free take you to the polling station and then get you home afterwards.' and it doesnt matter if your political preference leans right or left - theyve got room for all. 'absolutely, non-partisan, just a ride.' the north shore republicans can help you too...theyre making 2,000 calls an hour stressing the importance of voting. 'were just encouraging people if they havent voted already to go to the polls.' and, if needed, they can help you get there. 'we want to be helpful, its a situation where some people cant make it, theyre sick or they broke a leg they just cant drive and they need support.' all ride sharing places have the same goal - getting as many polling place. in milwaukee julie collins fox 6 news. you can beat traffic and avoid a long walk to the polls... just use a free "bublr bike" on election day. bublr is offering free unlimited 30 minute rides on november 8th. a credit card is required to check out a bike. but users will not be charged tuesday for rides under thirty minutes ... if they enter the promo code 17-76. thirteen of bublrs 57 stations
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polling place. they're located in milwaukee and wauwatosa. "were in the community it is important to us, we think democracy works best when more people participate." if you use the promo code -but keep the bublr bike out for longer than 30 minutes without docking'll be charged bublr's standard rate: three dollars per thirty minutes. for a complete list of bublr bike stations on this fox 6 "links." you'll also find a list of the stations located within two blocks from a polling location. and when you leave the polls make sure to take an "i voted sticker" .. it's worth free stuff! several businesses are offering election day freebies.. for example - krispy kreme - will give you 1 free doughnut with an 'i voted' sticker and the world of beer chain says it's joining the party with a very special
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$1 on november 8th. 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 air and online! new information tonight on dogs missing in outagamie county. the sheriff's department has now begun an investigation into a strangely large number of dog missing. the fox valley humane association initially had concerns of foul- play when 7 dogs were reported all the dogs were large, adult dogs... either huskies, labs, or mixed breeds. and because all the owners reported physical evidence such as a cut or broken collar... the humane association thinks the dogs were stolen. when a dog runs away or is found missing, generally 99% of the time, we have sightings of the animal, around where they have been lost. there have been absolutely no sightings at all in any of these seven cases,
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so far one dog has returned to an owner.. but few details are being released. anyone with information is asked to call the outagamie county sheriff's department. the body of a green bay man was pulled from the waters of lake michigan this morning. police say 43-year-old robbert umentum ooh-men'-tum the third was found in the kewaunee harbor.crews had been searching for him since 3 a.m. when someone who lives in the area call report someone yelling for help along the shoreline. police believe umentum was fishing and fell into the water. fishing tackle and personal items were seen floating in the water . new at 9:00 a pilot rescued after his plane goes down sunday in waupaca county... the pilot was a new flyer... with less than fifty flying hours under his belt. a family that lives near the crash site rushed to help... "they came running over here when they got here the plane
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from the plane shortly after the fuel tank exploded i believe he is alive today because of their heroic actions." : "my wife came over and we were all there and we just hugged each other and just said a little prayer and thank god that nobody died." the pilot now recovering in the hospital... his condition is unknown at this time. the cause of the crash is under investigation. construction of the new bucks arena.. reaching a milestone this afternoon... until now all t happening at or below ground level... fox6's jonathon gregg reports the project is now building up. construction on the bucks arena has been going on for months but after today fans on the other side of the fence will really be able to see the progress." working on a big job 'coming up easy.' is going to take.. a big stretch. 'every crew
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forgot. the bucks arena project is a half- a- billion-dollars big. 'installing concrete foundations, underground mechanical, electrical and plumbing to get us ready to this point.' 5 months of planning and callous inducing work happening behind several blocks on construction fencing. 'steel, we are erecting steel, starting with the first columns back beaming, because for the first time the project is building 'up.' "yup, the first two columns and they are setting the third right now." with a crane to lift the steal and bodies on the ground to rivet them into the place the arena project has begun the vertical stage. "everyone is really excited to be a part of this project and what it represents to the city of milwaukee." so as the arena goes up, momentum for the team builds as well. "this is what people are going
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