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passing through wi. ahead of the front this morning we see a push of warm and humid air that could help some fog form this morning. as the cold front cuts into that warm and humid air, we will see some rain and a few thunderstorms. behind the cold front, we start to cool down with highs falling from the low 80s today into the low to mid 70s tomorrow. dewpoints will also fall, going from near 70 today down to the 50s tomorrow. we stay cooler than average for the rest of the work week but warm up a bit for the weekend. today: some am fog. mostly cloudy with rain and a chance for thunderstorms. high: 82 dewpoint: 70 wind: sw 5-10 mph tonight: rain ending overnight. low: 62 dewpoint: 70 wind: nw 3-7 mph wind: se 5-10 mph angelica adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays delays green on traffic map = no delays milwaukee police are investigating a sexual assault on the city's south side it happened near mitchell park deandra corinthios is live near 26th and pierce with the latest
crimes is investigating. so far they haven't released a lot of information. the assault was reported monday afternoon, around 4 pm police initially responded to mitchell park ... but the a police sergeant tells us the assault happened outside the park. when officers got there-- they found three juveniles, but believe only one was assaulted. we're working to get more information about a suspect. at this point...police say it is an ongoing investigation reporting live in milwaukee the latest now on the breaking news we brought to you on wakeup yesterday morning. two people under arrest for stabbing and killing a milwaukee chef. it happened near pulaski and arlington early yesterday morning. police say they think the 32-year-old victim got into an argument-- and that he knew his attacker. we are not releasing the victim's name until his family has been notified. the west allis man charged with killing a woman on interstate 90 - as
reason of mental disease or defect. zachary hays entered the plea in sauk county court monday. investigators say the shooting on the interstate came just hours after he killed his neighbor at a west allis apartment building. hays was eventually arrested after a shootout with police near madison. and the sheboygan falls mother accused of killing her 2 year old son was also in court yesterday. 27 year old katlyn kinateder pleaded not guilty by reason of mental disease or de charges of first degree homicide and hiding a body.police say she admitted to suffocating her son... saying she was hearing voices when the child was killed. milwaukee police are asking for your help identifying a pair of men who tried to rob a wendy's two weeks ago. according to police, the men walked into the restaurant, one of them pulled out a gun and demanded money from the cashier. the two took off before taking any cashier. the two took off before taking any money. if you know who these guys are, you're asked to give police a call.
west bend teenager back in february. 18-year-old ryan yauck had parked his car along the side of highway 45 near chestnut. another driver accidentally crossed the fog line and struck him. the washington county sheriff's office says they just got toxicology reports back and have determined the driver was not impaired-- speeding-- or distracted. and while he won't be charged-- he will be cited for unsafe lane deviation. an important meeting of the minds in milwaukee. the topic--- civil rights and taking part in the discussion monday -- the wisconsin advisory committee and the u-s commission of civil rights. the discussion focused on the formation and activity of hate groups and the effectiveness of hate crime laws in the state. the u-s commission of civil rights meets with leaders in every state. "it's not just enough to look at something that's criminal conduct motivated by bias but ultimate;y, how do we evolve from that? how do we learn from that? how do we change that dynamic?" the state committee will issue their findings and
in the day ahead -- it's move in day for u-w- milwaukee students. more than four-thousand students are expected to move in this week. dorms open at nine this morning for incoming students. keep in mind-- there may be heavier traffic around the university while everyone gets settled in. arrests are made after the devastating earthquake in italy. still ahead-- why criminals are targeting the damaged areas. plus-- a new way to keep your children safe. the upgrade coming to school buses, as kids head back to class for another plus-- tear them down or pay up for repairs. it's mayor barrett's latest effort to solve an issue with vacant homes in milwaukee. why some are
rain and a bit of fog this morning then mostly cloudy with a chance for rain and thunderstorms. high near 82. right now . when we cool down next. racine county making progress against the bluff erosion threatening homes along the lakeshore. and there's a multi-million dollar plan to tear down -- or repair -- vacant milwaukee homes. but questions still remain how that plan is going to work. kim is in the newsroom with more. milwaukee mayor tom barrett's office provided no specifics yesterday about a blight-reduction effort -- leading community members to question how the plan would help their
yesterday and started tearing down a house at 50th and clarke -- which had been badly damaged in a fire two weeks ago. city officials said they'd given the property owner 30 days to decide whether to tear it down or repair it. it's one example about concerns over blight in milwaukee. these empty houses - nothing good happens in them. theyre either stripped or used for drugs or truancy - whatever neighbors at 33rd and hadley vacant house for months. it was on the city's list to tear down. it finally did come down -- only after it caught fire two weeks ago. we're told there are 400 condemned homes on the city's list. meanwhile -- homeowners who live on the bluffs of lake michigan in racine county could lose their homes if severe erosion continues. in mount pleasant -- contractors helped install a temporary solution. they used excavators to push concrete over the edge the concrete can help stabilize the bluffs...while officials
army corps of engineers. a contractor from waukegan, illinois donated the concrete. he is tearing apart a runway at the airport and agreed to help out. a woman is under arrest after shooting a man she found in her teen daughter's bedroom. more on that story coming up at six. also this morning...facebook founder mark zuckerberg meets with the pope. what the two focused on...and the gift zuckerberg gave the pontiff - next. plus -- counting down to the u-s open at erin hills golf course next year. the big event coming up in
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forecast from fox6 chief meteorologist rob haswell today is all about a cold front passing through wi. ahead of the front this morning we see a push of warm and humid air that could help some fog form this morning. as the cold front cuts into that warm and humid air, we will see some rain and a few thunderstorms. behind the cold front, we start to cool down with highs falling
will also fall, going from near 70 today down to the 50s tomorrow. we stay cooler than average for the rest of the work week but warm up a bit for the weekend. today: some am fog. mostly cloudy with rain and a chance for thunderstorms. high: 82 dewpoint: 70 wind: sw 5-10 mph tonight: rain ending overnight. low: 62 dewpoint: 70 wind: nw 3-7 mph traffic check red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays advantage of victims after last week's deadly magnitude six-point-two earthquake in central italy.... thieves are looting abandoned properties... and now police are going door to door to check up on damaged homes. they say the operation will continue until residents are able to retrieve their valuables. police have already made at least two arrests. the quake left 292
with facebook founder mark zuckerberg at the vatican. zuckerberg and his wife, priscilla chan, arrived at the vatican yesterday. the meeting focused on using communication technology to relieve poverty in some of the world's most disadvantaged communities. zuckerberg gave the pope a model of aquila... a solar-powered aircraft that facebook hopes will expand internet access in developing countries. the university of wisconsin-madison is the nation's top r that's according to the 2017 princeton review. the survey asked students about academics, campus life and student body. west virginia came in second ..and the university of illinois urbana-champaign at number 3. and for the 19th year in a row, brigham young universitys provo campus was ranked the most 'stone-cold sober' school. students at most public schools will head back to class this
to the roads, drivers will also see some changes. under a new state law, school buses will start using flashing amber lights to signal when the bus is preparing for a stop. once the bus has stopped-- you'll see the usual red lights. the law is for all public schools, but only covers buses built after january 1st-2005. the cautionary signal is meant to give drivers even more notice when the bus is about to stop. "buses that are unloading and loading children so we have to be very very cautious. it actually gives more information to the driver of exactly whatt doing." the new amber lights will also flash as the bus pulls away from each stop. not obeying school bus signals can result in a minimum 320-dollar fine. backpack buddies are back! you can help fox6 and feeding america eastern wisconsin make sure kids get enough to eat. go to any sendiks food market now through september 6th. all of the proceeds will be used to provide backpacks filled
restocked with food every friday throughout the school year. details are at fox6 now dot com. toss to rob forecast from fox6 chief meteorologist rob haswell today is all about a cold front passing through wi. ahead of the front this morning we see a push of warm and humid air that could help some fog form cuts into that warm and humid air, we will see some rain and a few thunderstorms. behind the cold front, we start to cool down with highs falling from the low 80s today into the low to mid 70s tomorrow. dewpoints will also fall, going from near 70 today
the rest of the work week but warm up a bit for the weekend. today: some am fog. mostly cloudy with rain and a chance for thunderstorms. high: 82 dewpoint: 70 wind: sw 5-10 mph tonight: rain ending overnight. low: 62 dewpoint: 70 wind: nw 3-7 mph becoming mostly sunny. less humid. high: 76 dewpoint: 60 wind: ne 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. am low: 56 high: 72 dewpoint: 56 wind: ne 5-10 mph friday: mostly sunny. am low: 54
mostly sunny. am low: 55 high: 76 dewpoint: 57 wind: se 5-10 mph sunday: mostly sunny. am low: 59 high: 80 dewpoint: 60 wind: se 5-10 mph big weather for a number of players to prove they are worthy of making the 53 man roster for the packers. however, for some, they won't get that chance as the team cut 6 players today as they have to get the roster down to 75 by tomorrow. among the players released was punter peter mortell who battled veteran tim masthay this camp. and friday night the high school football season enters week 3. you can be part of our high school blitz coverage by voting for the game of the week. your choices are catholic
thursday will be the last chance for a number of players to prove they are worthy of making the 53 man roster for the packers. however, for some, they won't get that chance as the team cut 6 players today as they have to get the roster down to 75 by tomorrow. among the players released was punter peter mortell who battled veteran tim math night the high school football season enters week 3. you can be peter mortell who battled veteran tim masthay this camp. and friday night the high school football season enters week 3. you can be part of our high school blitz coverage by voting for the game of the week. your choices are catholic
hartford at oconomowoc or sussex hamilton at marquette. tom pipines will feature the winning match up. vote on our website, fox 6 now dot com slash sports between now and thursday night at 10. then we'll announce the winner on fox 6 news at 10 thursday. after a rough weekend where the brewers were swept by the pirates, they were back at miller park trying to rebound against another division foe, the cardinals. the brewers would get off to a slow start, but that all changes in the 7th as orlando arcia homers and it's 3-2 . when jonathan villar drives one deep to center for a run scoring ground rule double. they would add 2 more in the inning and take a 5-3 lead. but the cardinals answer in the 8th when randal grichuk delivers a 2 run bomb off of corey knebel tying the game at 5. in the 9th, still 5-5 when jonathan villar's throw to first is wild and that allows the go ahead run to score. and that's how this one ends. 287 days and counting until the 2017 us open tees off at erin hills golf
october 4th and not reopen to the public until after the open, the usga will keep it true to what the designers intended. oh that is going to be fun to watch. you'll that's it for sports. have a great day. coming up next -- "rabbit land" open in china. we'll tell more about the new cafe that people are making reservations to visit. plus -- this handy work caught the attention of lebron james. details on this impressive corn maze honoring the cavaliers in ohio - after the break. and snoop dogg is one step closer to trial with pabst brewing company. why the rapper claims he should
a bit of fog this morning then mostly cloudy with a chance for rain and thunderstorms. high near 82. right now . when we cool down next. coming up on "look! famous people!" we catch flo, the progressive girl, at the supermarket buying cheese. scandal alert! flo likes dairy?! woman: busted! [ laughter ] right afterwards we caught her riding shotgun with a mystery man. oh, yeah! [ indistinct shouting ] is this your chauffeur? what?! no, i was just showing him how easy it is to save with snapshot from progressive. you just plug it in and it gives you a rate based on your driving. does she have insurance for being boring? [ light laughter ]
mostly cloudy with a chance for rain and thunderstorms. high near 82. right now . when we cool down next. cloudy with a chance for rain and thunderstorms today. right now with a high in the low 80s. our risk of severe storms next. talk about rooting for your team! a couple in ohio have created this corn the cleveland cavaliers. kelly and greg clement, who own a farm in brunswick, are huge cavaliers fans..and they decided to create the maze after the cavs won their historic n-b-a title this summer. the maze shows lebron's image, next to the words "homegrown hero". it also says "believe-land" and shows an image of the n-b-a trophy. the fieldwork apparently caught lebron's attention. he tweeted on friday that the cavs are honored by clements'
there is a new pokemon you can soon catch and take home at the build-a- bear workshop. the store will be offering an eevee plush for sale. they'll be sold starting on thursday. and on top of the toy -- those who buy eevee in stores will also get an exclusive pokemon trading game card as well. eevee is the second pokemon available at build-a-bear. pikachu became available earlier this year. left and right to get to the newest cafe in hong kong... "rabbit land." the owner decided to bring a rabbit caf to hong kong after being inspired by a similar caf in japan. the rabbit caf allows its patrons to come in for a rabbit snack and to play with rabbits around the restaurant. charlotte says: "i like rabbits because they are very cute. i like feeding them, and they are very soft and fluffy.''
reservations to come in. slick conditions in malta. it's due to an annual tradition that has competitors trying to show how high they can climb up a pole covered in grease. nats cheering the festival in malta honors saint julian -- the patron saint of the town. here's how it works: a thirty-three foot pole is slathered with grease and attached to a the pole hangs over the harbor. the goal is to run as far up the pole as possible and remove the flags at the end. much of the fun is seeing how the contestants dramatically fall off the pole into the water. all anchors chat/toss to 6am
now at 6:00 - police are searching for a sexual assault suspect. what we know about the attack near mitchell park - in just one minute. plus: "in a world of ur as hollywood mourns the loss of icon gene wilder... fox 6 takes you back to where his acting career first began - in the halls of a milwaukee high school. good morning and welcome to wakeup! rob's weather today is all about