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we start at eleven with you decide coverage. massive numbers of voters are headed to the polls early...too tuesday's election. milwaukee beat its own early-voting record... set back in 2012. our deandra corinthios has more from downtown. city officials estimate when all is said and done...it will be a 27 percent increase. the most recent update from the election commission showed 38 thousand absentee votes cast. two thousand more than in 2012. that was wednesday!
city officials estimate that number is likely to reach close to 50- thousand. that translates to roughly one in five voters citywide. as long as you're registered-- saturday is the last day to vote early. if you're not-- you have to get it done by friday night-- or wait until election day. and new this year --there are three locations the zeidler building downtown, midtown center and the forest home library. milwaukee mayor tom barrett says the higher totals....are due to expanded voting hours -- and vote. early voting runs today from 830 am to 7 pm...and tomorrow if you're already registered ... from noon to five. we have information about all three locations...at fox6 now
campaign stops happening in wisconsin before election day. right now, vice- president joe biden is stumping for democratic presidential nominee hillary clinton in madison. and republican presidential nominee donald trump will be back in wisconsin this weekend. his staff confirms he'll make a stop in west allis on sunday. fox 6 has you covered on election night. we will bring you expert analysis-- results-- and reactions throughout the night on november 8th. we're on track for a few days sunshine and above average temperatures, starting with today! highs will be right around 60. we'll stay clear overnight and drop to the low and mid 40s. tomorrow will be mostly sunny and even warmer, reaching the mid 60s. today: sunny. high: 60
police are looking for a suspect who shot a man walking into his home on milwaukee's northwest side. it happened just before 11 last night near 88th and cap gunshots at a 34-year-old man. the victim was taken to the hospital by a friend. no word on his condition. police continue to investigate. a suspect is in custody this morning after leading police on a high speed chase. officials say they spotted a car a suspect used, to flee an armed robbery near 10th and center. officers attempted to stop the car...but the driver took off. the car eventually stopped at 10th and cleveland -- and the suspect bailed out of
foot chase. we're learning new details about a deadly crash in dane county. some of the victims were accountants at a milwaukee firm. fox6s bret lemoine has this developing story. ritz-holman c-p-a, sharing difficult news thursday night. in an emotional statement, a spokeswoman says the victims were returning home from a recruiting and networking event at u-w la crosse for accounting students. shocked at this tragedy and incomprehensible loss of three of our best and brightest. please keep the families of brian, kim, clenton and katey in your thoughts and prayers as we all struggle to understand this senseless tragedy and unfathomable loss.' kim radtke of milwaukee .... clenton hall of waterloo ...and katey pasqualini of milwaukee - were all senior staff accountants at ritz-holman...and died in the crash.brian falk of whitefish bay , a supervisor at the firm,
an s-u-v was driving the wrong way on eye-94 near deerfield and hit the accountants car... and one other vehicle. the driver of the s-u-v is from waunakee and is in critical condition. the lone occupant of the other vehicle, a man from northbrook illinois, also died. even for investigators on scene... this was a devastating accident. sgt. william miller says: "we're humans too -- and when you see this kind of damage and carnage out there, it's very difficult to process. i know that my people out there that were working last night, they're take care of this job." new at eleven... the milwaukee police officer who shot and killed sylville smith...pleads not guilty this morning on separate sexual assault charges. dominique heaggan-brown was arrested on sexual assault charges less than two weeks ago. last night, the fire and police commission upheld chief ed flynn's decision to fire haeggan-brown. police say it's the result of an internal investigation of
ex-police officer. haeggan-brown was on paid leave since the august shooting of sylville smith. smith's death sparked nights of violence in the sherman park neighborhood. he allegedly assaulted a man at his apartment after the two were drinking at a bar while watching coverage of the violent protests. also developing-- two caledonia parents are accused of abusing their baby. jest wongs-nuss and krystal hall face charges of abuse and neglect.investigator s say hall took t racine hospital. the baby had fractures on his skull and bleeding on his brain. the injuries were so great, the infant required treatment in milwaukee. we are told the infant's injuries are not life threatening. when the parents were questioned by police--they denied abuse. a milwaukee woman is now offering 50- thousand dollars... for information that could lead to an arrest in her daughter's shooting death. 25-year-old ebony taylor was
july 13th, while sitting on a porch near 33rd and hadley. her killer, or killers, have not been caught. taylor's foster mother, kim zul- kow-ski, tells fox 6, she hopes a considerable cash incentive could convince someone to come forward...and ultimately lead to the people responsible for taylor's death. anyone with information is asked to contact milwaukee police. many workers in milwaukee county will soon get a raise. the milwaukee county board voted minimum wage within the county to 15- dollars by 20-22. here's how it would break down.. on january first - the wage would rise to 12-dollars and 25-cents. then on january first of 20-18...it would go up to 13 dollars...and increase by 50-cents every year until it reaches 15-dollars on january first, 20- 22. right now, the minimum wage is 7- dollars and 25-cents an hour.
...where police found her. and-- new information about the deadly bus crash in baltimore. ...what investigators are saying about the driver. "..a power line problem dims the glitz of the lights of sin city. i'm andrew craft in las vegas. details are coming up." "a year like none we've ever seen before. fox6 news is here to help you make the right decision. we'll give you the information you need to know before you head to the polls because this isn't just our country's future, this is your future and fox6 news is here to help you decide because you
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ron johnson's made it worse. johnson took a shady $10 million corporate payout, then went to washington and voted to protect corporate tax loopholes for companies shipping wisconsin jobs overseas, supported privatizing social security, which would hand billions to wall street, and wants to eliminate the federal minimum wage. senator johnson works for wall street, not us. senate majority pac is responsible
across america... the las vegas strip is darker than usual. the famous paris las vegas resort was
forced to evacuate its property, after a power outage last night. fox's andrew craft is there with more. it is a city known for its sparkling lights and electronic slot machines... so, imagine the surprise when the power went out at a major resort on the las vegas strip. beltra was in an employee's bathroom. cut off the light." the entire 33-story paris las vegas resort going dark thursday morning when workers in the basement cut into a main power line. that includes the hotel, restaurant... and the casino. no injuries reported, but nearly a dozen people needed to be rescued from elevators. mos says: ".. a few people were... uh... anxiety-related issues early on but nobody transported to the hospital." broome says: "..the fire department did an outstanding job of clearing the elevators within an hour and a half of the power being shut down."
forced to leave the resort... and tourists staying on the property were sent to nearby hotels. irene says: "..i'm not going to the 25th floor. there is no way i am going up in an elevator in that hotel." mos reporter says: "..what is your backup plan?" mos say: "..grab a drink and find a corner." firefighters going room to room to make sure the property was cleared. broome says: "..the building has been completely evacuated because the fire suppression system lost power the fire department decided it was in everybody's best interests." on cam tag the powe and guests are being let back onto the property. in las vegas, andrew craft, fox news. we're learning more about that deadly bus crash in baltimore on tuesday. investigators say the driver of the school bus shouldn't have been driving in the first place. officials say 67-year-old glenn chappell's commercial license was suspended two months ago. he also reportedly pleaded guilty to second-degree assault in 20-12. a commercial bus driver-- four of its passengers-- and
a woman is found alive after she was missing for two months. police in south carolina say kayla brown was found chained like a dog inside a metal container. officials say the 30-year-old and her boyfriend disappeared back in august. police found brown chained by the neck in a metal container, about 50 miles from her home yesterday morning. the suspect ---todd kohl-hepp -- was arrested and charged with convicted sex offender. the case remains under investigation while authorities search the property for other missing people. brown's boyfriend has not been found yet. the pipeline rupture that's caused a rise in gas prices in the southeast is expected to be repaired by this weekend. the colonial pipeline ruptured monday in shelby county, alabama... killing one worker and injuring five others. and one fuel line had to be shut down to fix the problem. the company
areas dealing with gas shortages-- the governors of alabama.-- georgia-- and north carolina have issued executive orders waiving regulations for commercial truck drivers transporting motor fuel in their states. jerry sandusky is scheduled to appear in court today. the former penn state university assistant football coach is serving a 30- to 60-year sentence for sexually abusing ten boys. his lawyers called for the appeal his charges dismissed or get a new trial. sandusky's lawyers believe prosecutors hid information about a man identified as "victim two" because his account did not help their case. around the world... iraqi special forces continue making progress in the fight to retake mosul from isis. special forces began their assault into more urban neighborhoods of mosul today. a military spokesperson says troops fought the islamic state
strikes. isis also responded with mortar fire. an explosion rocks turkey today...killing at least one person and injuring dozens of others. a car bomb is believed to have caused the explosion. more than 30 people were injured and are being treated at hospitals. the blast comes just hours after authorities arrested 11 lawmakers from the turkish peoples' democratic party. toss to weather. we're on track for a few days sunshine and above average temperatures, starting with today! highs will be right around 60. we'll stay clear overnight 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
work week. monday night we have a slight chance for showers. we should be dry tuesday, but partly cloudy skies stick around. today: sunny. high: 60 wind: sw 5-10 mph tonight: clear. low: 43 wind: w 3-7 mph saturday: mostly sunny and warm. high: 65 wind: wsw 5-10 mph sunday: sunny and warm. 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 wednesday:partly sunny. am low: 45 high: 58
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we start at 11-30 with you decide coverage... milwaukee has already surpassed its early-voting record set back in 2012. more than 38-thousand in-person absentee votes have been cast. at least two thousand more than in 2012. our deandra corinthios hasm those numbers will go up...mayor tom barrett expects the total to be somewhere around 50 thousand. saturday is the last day to early vote in the city. mayor barrett credits expanded voting hours -- and more places to early vote. there are three locations this year. the zeidler building downtown, midtown
this year a federal judge struck down certain voting restrictions. city officials estimate one in five milwaukeeans will vote early... on wednesday milwaukee surpassed it's 2012 record with 38 thousand in person absentee ballots cast. in 2012...36 thousand 500 in person absentee ballots were cast. polls open at 7 am on election you will need a photo id to
election night. we will bring you expert analysis-- results-- and reaction throughout the night on november 8th. a milwaukee charitable foundation -- with conservative political ties is hacked! the hackers are accused of creating documents... claiming the bradley foundation gave millions to the hillary clinton's campaign. is taking credit for the hack tuesday on twitter. it released this letter-- appearing to be from bradley foundation administrators-- asking that 150- million dollars be sent to clinton's campaign. the bradley foundation tells us the document was fabricated. i-t experts tell fox6 news this type of hacking is actually fairly common. in a statement to fox 6 news, bradley foundation officials say they are working with the f-b-i to
future security breaches the bradley foundation website remains offline this morning. adlib to weather we're on track for a few days sunshine and above average temperatures, starting with today! highs will be right around 60. we'll stay clear overnight and drop to the low be mostly sunny and even warmer, reaching the mid 60s. today:
who shot a man walking into his home on milwaukee's northwest side. it happened just before 11 last night near 88th and capitol. police say a suspect fired multiple gunshots at a 34-year-old man. the victim was taken to the hospital by a friend. no word on his condition. we're learning more details about a deadly crash on i-94 in dane county. "ritz-holman c-p-a"....shared th night...that three employees were killed...and one is still recovering. police say an s-u-v was driving the wrong way on i-94 near deerfield and hit the accountant's car... and one other vehicle. kim radtke -of milwaukee... clenton hall -of waterloo...and katey pas-qua-lini -of milwaukee.... were all senior staff accountants at ritz-holman...and died in the crash.brian falk-- a supervisor at the firm-- received
undergoing emergency treatment. a spokeswoman says the victims were returning home from a recruiting and networking event at u-w la crosse for accounting students. even for investigators on scene... this was a devastating accident. "we're humans too -- and when you see this kind of damage and carnage out there, it's very difficult to process. i know that my people out there that were working last night, they're professional. they're going to take care of this job." the driver of the s-u-v is listed in critical condition. vehicle, a man from northbrook illinois, also died. officials say alcohol is believed to have played a role in the crash. two caledonia parents are accused of abusing their infant. the baby had fractures on his skull and bleeding on his brain. the parents say they didn't do anything wrong. jest wongs-nuss and krystal hall face charges of abuse and neglect.investigators say hall took the child to a racine
the infant required treatment in milwaukee when the parents were questioned by police--they denied abuse. the baby was previously treated at a hospital after his tongue was bleeding. the parents say that was due to an accident with a syringe. a neighbor says he's waiting to hear the whole story. it could've been an accident. i'm not going to judge. we are told the infants injuries are not life threatening. the halls of public schools in milwauk under one of several ideas proposed by the m- p-s superintendent. from uniforms, to when the school year starts...a marquette senior fellow who follows public education here says its the most sweeping set of plans m-p-s has seen in years. a.j. bayatpour has the story. superintendent darienne driver presented the plan before the school board at tuesday nights meeting. alan borsuk bor-sick has covered the district for 20 years and now tracks local public education as a senior fellow at
elements. i should add the competition isnt too stiff; they really havent done bold things and have been very much in a mode of trying to defend what theyre doing rather than to change. among the ideas: a uniform policy and starting the school year in august. the kids need the education and when they stay off too long, they seem to forget things. m-p-s families who talked to us were mostly in favor of uniforms, believing it could help prevent bullying and audrey sanders thinks shed save money shopping for her four grandkids. very expensive, very expensive. u their shoe sizes, their coats. in a statement, the teachers union president says in part 'we believe that educators, parents, and students are best equipped to make school and classroom decisions and should be included in the conversation.' borsuk says the proposals are, at least in part, a message to the state legislature that the district is serious about turning itself around. some of the republican legislators have already said everythings on the table when
perceived as confronting their problems. m-p-s says this presentation was just meant to open a conversation with a school board and see what members like. the district expects this conversation to continue in the coming weeks and months. reporting from m-p-s headquarters, a.j. bring it on boys... the local girl who is playing on her school's youth football team...and why it's so special. and reparing your broken iphone gets a little easier... a look at the company that will come to you to fix a cracked screen...and it might be cheaper than having
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is saying. she's playing offense, defense and special teams for her youth football team, that's all boys. but this is something she might have been born to do. tom pipines goes beyond the game. football is usually seen as a game for boys and men. but shorewood 8th grader sabina lofton is changing all that. "just playing the sport, i've always loved football." this is actually sabina's third sabina is a defensive tackle, an offensive guard, and also the long snapper. all positions where you hit and get hit. "i just kind of do my job, do what the coaches tell me to do, i don't really mind that much because its football, that's how you play." her family was a big reason for her decision to play football. "my brothers and my dad they've always played and this is the sport they taught me and why don't i
darrell lofton, has plenty of coaching experience, both male and females. "i also coached the wisconsin warriors which is a milwaukee semi-pro women's football and that was her first experience in football. she was very young and probably doesn't remember it but that was her first experience seeing all women play football." but even with his experience, letting his daughter battle in the trenches with especially for mom. "obviously as parents we worry football is rough, but i convinced my wife that as long as i was involved and coaching her and teaching her the right way to tackle, the right way to hit to avoid concussions that she'd be ok." and she's been more than ok. this year, sabina was named a captain of her middle school team. something coach john curran say she's earned. "she's someone who had to do a lot of different things for us, as then as time went on we relied on her to be a leader
most reliable blocker on the line." sabina isn't just the only girl on her team, there are only boys in her league. but her family and coaches say that's never been a problem. "i think once they said ok she can hit just as hard she can run just as fast and she can do all the same things we can do and she's helping the team and then she became part of the team at that point." "she's just part of the team a really great part of the team and just sort girls be interested." sabina has tried to recruit some her girlfriends to play. but that has been unsuccessful. "some of them were like we have other sports we like, and no i could never do that." so could we be seeing sabina making blocks and tackles at the prep level next year? "i'm kind of still deciding if i'll play high school or not, i kind of want to but it will be a little different." whatever she decides, she has the support of her family. "we want to encourage all of our kids to do whatever they want to do as long as they are willing to do it well and give
sabina also plays basketball, volleyball and wants to do track in the spring. and if she doesn't play football next year in high school, her dad says she has shown some interest in rugby. toss to weather. we're on track for a few temperatures, starting with today! highs will be right around 60. we'll stay clear overnight 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 continue into the start of next work week. monday night we have a slight chance for showers. we should be dry
today: sunny. high: 60 wind: sw 5-10 mph tonight: clear. low: 43 wind: w 3-7 mph saturday: mostly sunny and warm. high: 65 wind: wsw 5-10 mph sunday: sunny and warm. am low: 44 high: 67 wind: sw 5-10 mph monday: mostly sunny during the day. a few isolated showers possible at night. am low: 45 high: 64 partly to mostly cloudy. am low: 47 high: 60 wind: sw/nw 5-10 mph wednesday:partly sunny. am low: 45 high: 58
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