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world's largest newspaper insert. guinness book of world records confirming the measurements today in appleton. the insert is taller than former packer leroy butler! it stands 6-foot 6-inches tall.... and is nearly 5 feet wide. the previous record was set by audi in 2015. pick n' save's parent company "roundy's" says the ad is promoting the 5- thousand prices that were lowered in the fox valley. of communicating with a suspect and maybe not resort to deadly force. now at 5- changes could be coming to the milwaukee police department. why a state representative says
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new details about the case of convicted killer steven avery... what his attorney has planned ... to try to free the convicted murderer. rob joins us now with more on the weather. rob's weather after early morning rain, skies will start rob's weather after early to clear by the afternoon with a high in the low-to-mid 80s. quiet and cooler on friday before thunderstorm chances return on saturday. thursday: a few morning t-storms then gradual clearing. high: 83 dewpoint: 63 wind: nw 5-10 mph friday: mostly sunny and cooler. am low: 61 high: 74 dewpoint: 57 wind: e 5-10 mph anchor adlibs traffic red on
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yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays we're expecting new developments in the efforts to free convicted murderer steven avery his attorney could file a motion in his case. as early as today.. deandra corinthios is live in milwaukee with the latest steven avery's attorney has given those who believe avery is
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tweets hint at new evidence...even a new suspect in the case. avery and his nephew ... brendan dassey ... have been in prison for nearly a decade ... convicted of the 2005 murder of theresa halbach. it's been nearly two weeks since a federal judge overturned brendan dassey's conviction. the state has 90 days to decide whether to retry dassey ... or to release him from prison. avery is serving a life sentence. but in a tweet last month his attorney tsumani of new evidence is on the way." she tweets about her visits to steven avery...in prison in waupun through her tweets ... zellner hints at her case ...of "planted evidence" "cellphone tower records" ... and dna "samples." zellner's deadline to file a motion in the case is monday but fox6 has learned she may do it sooner. zellner has to file the motion in person...at the manitowoc county courthouse. reporting live in milwaukee deandra
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in the day ahead - the former milwaukee police officer accused of threatening the mayor... will have a pre-trial conference. 48-year old heel-bear-toe co-ya-doe gilberto collado is charged with disorderly conduct and possession of cocaine.collado is accused of telling a clerk at the city hall information desk that he had a gun and would beat mayor tom barett with it... as the mayor and his security detail were passing by that desk. his court hearing is at 8:30 this morning. also in court today-- three men-- accused of breakin liquor during the nights of the sherman park unrest. angelica joins us now with more. the liquor store-- near 47th and burleigh-- was one of several businesses police say criminals targeted during the sherman park unrest. 45-year-old durrell jones is charged with burglary. 22-year-old joseph lindsey and 20-year- old devon love are each charged with entry into a locked building. around midnight sunday, august 14th... surveillance video shows several men inside the dark
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flashlights. soon, many more begin to crowd into the store, smashing glass cases and pulling liquor off of shelves. some covering their faces with their shirts. the owner estimates the total amount stolen plus the damage could reach 125-thousand-dollars. the status quo cannot continue on. a call for for changes to the make-up of the milwaukee police department. sat leon young says he will be proposing legislation that would require 40 percent of all new milwaukee police officer hires-- to come from low income zip codes. he says m-p-d would then be more representative of the people it polices. alderman bob donovan chairs the city public safety committee. he doesn't oppose the idea, but says candidates still must be qualified. if you hire more people, african americans, from the community they have a better relationship than somebody who is coming from the outside. i would hope that our police
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content of their character and nothing else. we reached out to milwaukee police department for comment-- but we were referred to the fire and police commission... to answer hiring questions. this proposal is in the very early stages and has not yet been introduced. happening now-- elm grove police are looking for a man who they say ran after a traffic stop. over around 8 last night near the brookfield square mall for not having a license plate or wearing a seat belt. officials say that's when the 23-year-old gave the officer a fake name and ran away. the police officer chased after the suspect, but lost sight of him. he is described as a black man, with a slender build, five foot eight and 150 pounds. officers say he's wanted for fleeing and obstructing an officer. police say the trooper didn't see any weapons... but officers warn not to confront him and to call police right away if you
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authorities are investigating a deadly attack at an american university in afghanistan. what we know about the victims killed in the blast. more than 200 people are dead as the search for survivors continues following yesterday's massive earthquake in italy. the latest on rescue efforts as one wisconsin man waits to hear from family overseas. indiana residents are cleaning up this morning as tornadoes sweep across the state. we're taking a look at the damage--
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after early morning rain, skies will start to clear by the
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quiet and cooler on friday before thunderstorm chances return on saturday. thursday: a few morning t-storms then gradual clearing. high: 83 dewpoint: 63 wind: nw 5-10 mph friday: mostly sunny and cooler. am low: 61 high: 74 dewpoint: 57 wind: e 5-10 mph turkey launches its first major ground assault into syria,
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its in order to successfully retake a border town from isis militants and prevent them from crossing into turkey. turkey is also aiming to contain expansion by syria's kurds, who are also backed by the u-s. the complication raises the potential of an explosive friction between turkey and the u-s. we have learned an army green beret killed in afghanistan has ties to wisconsin. 28- year old staff sergeant matthew -v- thompson is a 2006 brookfield central high school he was killed by a roadside bomb tuesday while on foot patrol in southern afghanistan. another american and six afghan soldiers were wounded in the blast. we now know 12 people were killed in the attack on an american university in kabul, afghanistan. seven students-- three policemen-- and two security guards died when police investigators say two attackers stormed the campus with guns and explosives. police killed the attackers. about 750 students were on the campus
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security message-- warning u-s citizens of the attack and advising them to avoid the area. a wisconsin man-- anxiously waiting to hear from family in italy following yesterday's deadly earthquake. what crews found at his cousins' home. more than 200 people were killed in the quake. how you can help the victims in central italy. severe weather-- sweeping across indiana. details on how many tornadoes officials believe touched down yesterday-- and a look at the damage the
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after early morning rain, skies will start to clear by the afternoon with a high in the low-to-mid 80s. quiet and cooler on friday before thunderstorm chances return on saturday. thursday: a few morning t-storms then gradual clearing. high: 83 dewpoint: 63 wind: nw 5-10 mph friday: mostly sunny and cooler. am low: 61 high: 74 dewpoint: 57 wind: e 5-10 mph red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays
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some people in indiana-- cleaning up this morning after several tornadoes rip across the state. as many as eight twisters were reported near kokomo -- a city about 40 miles north of indianapolis. tens of thousands of homes lost power the damage as substantial. thankfully - only minor injuries were reported. video caught the moments a tornado took down a starbucks. officials say no customers or employees were injured. we'll have a closer look at the damage coming up in our six o'clock hour. meanwhile - fema is stepping in --providing shelter to those affected by the heavy flooding in southern louisiana. the group will be bringing in temporary housing units for homeowners displaced by the floods. the governor says the
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set up in their yards as they repair houses. the governor adds that the mobile homes meet higher regulatory standards than the trailers used after hurricane katrina in 2005. the search for survivors continues this morning after a massive earthquake hits central italy. crews have now spent the last 24 hours sifting through piles of rocks and sand that were once buildings-- rescuing anyone still trapped in the rubble. emma tucker, deputy editor of the times of london clinking, thundering, sort of rumble, it felt like someone had put a bull trying to knock it down. officials say 247 people have died from the 6-point-2 magnitude quake. three towns were hit the hardest, but the trembles could be felt from 100 miles away. italian authorities believe more than 1000 have already been displaced. and condolences are pouring in from washington to the u-n to the vatican. pope francis -- among many world leaders calling for prayers and healing. one milwaukee man is paying
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the search for survivors in italy. his cousins haven't been heard from since the the earthquake hit. tony paladino has a lot of family in italy-- but most of them live outside the area where the earthquake struck. but it's been more than 24 hours now since they've heard from his cousin and his cousin's wife. paladino says at first they chalked it up to cell phone issues in the area. but then-- he started seeing pictures of the destruction. his cousin's home has been destroyed-- and their dog "lady" was pulled from the rubble. pocket to survive in, my cousins can find and area to survive. paladino says he's trying to keep busy to keep his mind off the devastation. he's hoping for good news today. if you'd like to make a donation to help the victims-- visit the links page of our website -- fox six now dot com, or your fox six news mobile app.
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will start to clear by the afternoon with a high in the low-to-mid 80s. quiet and cooler on friday before thunderstorm chances return on saturday. then gradual clearing. high: 83 dewpoint: 63 wind: nw 5-10 mph friday: mostly sunny and cooler. am low: 61 high: 74 dewpoint: 57
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employee handbook. federal regulators say the handbook has several policies that violate labor laws. the national labor relations
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longer ban workers from criticizing the company on social media. it must also change a policy prohibiting workers from talking about politics and religion... and one that restricts workers from circulating petitions for better working conditions. under the ruling, a worker in pennsylvania-- who had been fired for similar acts-- must be rehired and given back pay for the time he's been unemployed. the head of the pharmaceutical company that raised the price of epi pens by more than four hundred percent hab raise. reports say mylan c-e-o heather bresch bresh received a raise of more than 670 percent over nine years.she and other executives at the company have been criticized for increasing the price of the life-saving devices that prevent fatal allergy reactions. the price went from one hundred dollars for a pair in 2007 -- to more than five hundred dollars today. epipens reportedly make up forty percent of the company's operating profits. steven avery's attorney-- hinting at her plans to free
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file a motion. cm 'it seems a lot of peoples feelings are getting hurt right now for anything.' words matter-- that's the message from one group on u-w-m's campus. what words they're suggesting students not use this school
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