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waited to share these thoughts until it was confirmed that the legal situation was addressed and it was clear that my teammates would be arriving home safely." the apology coming after swimmers jack conger and gunnar bentz returned to the u.s. after being pulled off a plane in brazil a day earlier. and swimmer james feigen's lawyer reaching an agreement which will avoid criminal prosecution. melaragno says "..the brazilian law concedes in light of the crimes the possibility of reaching an agreemen prosecution. he will donate 10,800 us dollars to an institute, and with that the case is resolved." olympic officials don't believe the incident will mar the history of these games andrade says "..i think that the brazilian population will accept his apology and put this matter to an end. i don't think, despite the movement of the last couple of
games.'" on cam tag u-s olympic officials have also apologized to the brazilian people for the distraction caused by the u-s athletes. in rio de janeiro, steve harrigan, fox news. it's time for your news and weather together. the first charges have been filed in relation to last weekend's unrest in sherman park. three men-- ages 20, 22, and 45-- face charges, including burglary and entering a locked building. the clark's beer and liquor near 47-th and burleigh early sunday morning. the owner of that store estimates vandals damaged and stole about 125-thousand dollars worth of property. wisconsin department of justice launches an investigation into a fatal shooting involving new london police today.-- that's about 30 minutes northwest of appleton... officials say officers spotted a 31-year-old man with an arrest warrant when they approached the suspect-- he pulled out a weapon and
identified yet. neither officer was injured. another closure coming to the zoo interchange-- this one lasting 31 hours. starting tonight at 10-- "eye"-94 east and its ramp to "eye"-41/ 894 south will be closed until sunday morning. the department of transportation suggests taking bluemound and greenfield from moorland as an alternative route. the closure will take place so the substructure for the new ramp can be we have a traffic alert for you... northbound lanes on interstate-41 are closed right now at cleveland avenue. this is a live look... you can see traffic is stopped as people exit while crews clear the scene. it's not clear what caused the crash -- but we'll keep you updated on the traffic situation as conditions
evening with a few thunderstorms possible. some may produce strong wind and small hail. temperatures will drop into the low 70s overnight, a bit cooler inland. another mostly cloudy day ahead for saturday with showers and thunderstorms likely, although they will be scattered. we dry out sunday and see the sunshine for the start to the work week. after the weekend fall-like air, temperatures wil low 80s. tonight: thunderstorms possible. low: 71 dewpoint: 69 wind: sw 5-10 mph saturday: scattered showers and thunderstorms. high: 78 dewpoint: 66 wind: wsw 10-20 mph sunday: partly sunny and cooler. am low: 60 high: 72 dewpoint: 56
tomorrow marks one week since the officer involved shooting in sherman park... which sparked violence to erupt for 2 days in sherman park. krystle kacner joins us live there.. with how the community is healing. after the violence... law enforcement fenced in the park ... that fence remains... is open during the day... but closed at night. this community has gone through emotional changes this week... as well.. you could feel the hurt you could feel the frustrationin the first few days following the riots.. and the unrest in the sherman park neighborhood.... you could see everybody just wanting to get off, wanting to
listening to each other almost a week later... dawn and victor barnett have noticed.. a change... im excited about the efforts starting to go on in th area. tehres people thats been doing some really good things over there marches... prayer vigils... and picnics have been held. other organizations... going a different route- ive been out there talking to folks young and old, the narrative the message ive had is if you die your voice dies with o now... hoping to reach the youth-- you need to adhere to curfew and you need to safewhile the barnett's are happy to see all of these efforts individually... they believe an even bigger impact could be made... collaboratively-- it's being called 'still 300 strong'-- and it connects dozens of local organizations.. and their
the first big 300 strong event is sept 10th in sherman park at noon. organizaers describe it like a big family reunion where everyone is invited. this weekend there are several events planned as well- some that were planned before the violence but now may have renewed message of unity. live in sherman park krystle kacner fox 6 news. mary thanks krystle packers wanted to see, a quarterback leaving the game due to injury. but it's what happened last night. so the back up to the back up came on. he talks about what that moment was like... brandon cruz is in ext with
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there's always a risk. no matter if it's a game or practice, players are always at risk for injury. that's why you didn't see aaron rodgers in the game last night against the raiders. unfortunately, that wasn't the case for his back up brett hundley who was expected to get a lot of work in. instead, in just the 2nd series of the game, he would have to leave because of an injury. after completing a pass, he came up limping because j ball, the raiders defender rolled up on his ankle, the same one that was nicked up previously during camp and held him out of the game against the browns. but that gave joe callahan a chance to get more reps and take advantage of a situation that wasn't planned. "you know, i prepared the same way this week. and i got to watch brett throughout the week. you know, i learned from him. it isn't too fortunate what happened to him. but, being a back up you have to be ready at any point and i was." "brett made a good throw on that play and kind of got rolled up on late. i was actually watching the result of the play, the receiver catching
limping and i just got a point from coach mccarthy, he pointed to the huddle and i ran out there and just tried to pick up where he left off." and remember tonight the high school blitz makes its triumphant return with waukesha south traveling to nicolet. tom pipines will be there for this one as the 2016 season kicks off officially. we'll have all the highlights and reaction tonight at 10. tonight, but that might not make their situation any better. they're in seattle getting ready to face the mariners who are only 3 games out of the american league wild card. but anything has to be better for the crew than wrigley field where they remain winless this season. yesterday the cubs swept a 4 game series with the brewers behind a huge day for kris bryant as he homered twice, went 5 for 5 and was a triple away from the cycle. tonight, brent suter will start,
news at 10. and we're getting closer to bucks training camp and the journal sentinel's charles gardner reports the bucks are expected to sign steve novak and jason terry. novak played in only 3 games for the bucks last season before an injury sidelined him for the rest of the season. terry has been in houston the past couple seasons. and the 1st round of the phc classic is underway, albeit a couple of hours late because of rain, at brown deer golf course michigan state alum allyssa ferrell teed off in an afternoon group and is even through 10 holes, 6 strokes behind the leader jenny
as the number 20 school in the country when it comes to millionaire alumni. "wealth-insight" and "elite traveler" gathered the data... u-w is behind only four other state schools in the country. top of the list? unsurprisingly is harvard university -- followed by university of pennsylvania and stanford
a franklin city commission unanimously approves a development district to support the ballpark commons project. part of that project includes a minor league baseball stadium. franklin officials are considering 21- point-26-million dollars in city spending through a tax incremental financing district near loomis road and rawson avenue. that spending would support the new baseball stadium and an indoor sports complex -- which could break rock sports complex. for more information on this and other stories in the business journal, we have link to their site on ours, fox6now.com. it's time for your news and weather together. one person has died and 19 others injured after two buses crash this morning in newark... one of the buses t-boned the other -- nearly breaking it in half. newark's mayor says one of the drivers may have ran a red light. according to police -- one of the bus
hospital in serious condition. the others have non-life threatening injuries. the crash is under investigation. firefighters are gaining ground as they work to stop a huge wildfire east of los angeles. it's now 26-percent contained -- up from 4-percent yesterday -- after burning more than 50 square miles. about 82-thousand people were evacuated after the fire started tuesday morning. a devastating flood in louisiana is now the worst natural disaster to strike the u-s since hurricane s that's according to the red cross. the estimated cost is about 30-million dollars. more than 31 inches of rain fell in 15 hours in one parish. at least 13 people have died. governor john bel edwards says around 40-thousand homes have suffered
chance for thunderstorms. am low: 67 high: 80 dewpoint: 63 wind: sw 5-15 mph mostly cloudy this evening with a few thunderstorms possible. some may produce strong wind and small hail. low 70s overnight, a bit cooler inland. thanks they're not tornadoes -- but a couple of weather events yesterday sure looked like them...
carolina's outer banks. there were no thunderstorm warnings or tornado warnings issued for the area at the time. waterspouts can have strong winds -- and are capable of throwing light objects around, like umbrellas or lawn furniture -- but usually aren't anything to worry about. they often fall apart once they make landfall. and in oklahoma city -- a dust devil formed near the runway at will rogers world airport. a dust devil.... is a rotating column of air that kicks up dust and dirt as it moves. even though it looks like a tornado -- the dust devils usually form on hot, dry and clear days. all of eddie bauer's north american stores were targeted by credit card thieves this year. the company announcing it found and removed malware from registers at about 350 stores. the clothing store suspects debit and credit cards used at its stores between january and july 17th this year may have been compromised. online purchases would not have been
customers are potentially affected -- but the store is encouraging shoppers to go to its website for more information. a federal judge has rejected a proposed 100-million dollars settlement between uber and its drivers. the judge ruled the deal did not compensate drivers in california and massachusetts enough. the april settlement was three years in the making. its rejection could force uber to dig deeper in its pockets to reach a deal. actress amber heard donates her divorce settlement after splitting from and metal fans mark their calendars for november.. details -- in the buzz. metallica fans are getting an early christmas present. the band is releasing new work for the first time in nearly a decade on november 18th the double-album is called "hardwired to self-destruct." it'll be released in multiple formats including digital, c-d, and vinyl. amber heard's
depp is now in the hands of two charities. the actress made good on her promise to give the money away -- donating it to children's hospital of los angeles and the american civil liberties union. heard accused depp of abuse and got a restraining order against the actor in may. the two reached a settlement tuesday -- one day before they were scheduled to appear in court. "how did two 20-something young men land a $300 million pentagon contract?" "i have a big idea." new films and "sausage party" at the box office... miles teller and jonah hill star in "war dogs" -- based on the true story of two unlikely arms dealers during the iraq war. and "ben hur" -- the remake of the historical action classic -- both open in theaters across the country this weekend. that's the buzz. coming up... in the buff... after the break.. where some unflattering statues of the g-o-p presidential nominee have
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coordinated stunt -- statues of republican presidential candidate donald trump have been popping up in cities across the country... but these aren't your typical of trump! people in new york, los angeles, seattle, san francisco and cleveland have gotten an eyeful from the nude statue. most were removed pretty quickly... "indecline"-- described by some as an anarchist group-- is responsible for installing the statues lampooning trump.
the wake of the unrest. "its nice that someones being held accountable." what we're learning about those taken into custody. --- plus -- another business in sherman park -- reduced to rubble. hear from the owner -- and what he says will happen next. that is our big story. one week ago -- their businesses were still standing. tonight -- those owners are facing a lot of uncer forward. the destruction was sparked by what happened saturday near 44th and auer. today -- state investigators were out at the scene where 23-year-old "sylville smith" was shot and killed by a milwaukee police officer. confirming what police and city leaders said this week -- an autopsy found smith suffered a single gunshot wound to chest, and single gunshot wound to right arm. some had been spreading rumors that smith was shot in the back.... but again -- that
demolition resumed in the sherman park neighborhood. today -- the b-p gas station was torn down. this comes as several people are now facing felony charges from the unrest. we have team coverage tonight. madeline anderson is looking into the charges... but let's start with ashley sears -- who spoke to the owner of the gas station this afternoon. crews have been out here for much of today. tearing down what was left behind of the gas station. the owner tells me he doesn't know where he goes from here. beginning of last weekend's chaos. three employees were able to get out of the gas station safely. since then, the business has been roped off by caution tape. today-- crews worked to tear down much of what was left. the owner tell us he is saddened by everything that has happened, but encouraged by the kindness that's been directed to him by neighbors. singh says: "in the sherman park area, i've been there 10 years. the whole neighborhood is just like my own