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our big story at four: more unrest near sherman park. police make more than a dozen arrests last night in the same place sylville smith was shot and and today, more arrests. we have team coverage of the continued unrest. our ted perry joins us from the newsroom. he has more on a state lawmaker who was detained last night near sherman park. but we begin with fox 6's krystle kacner. she was at 44th and auer when people were arrested today. krystle what's the scene like now? three people were arrested today.... after a small gathering at the
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police say they refused to leave that private property and created a 'disturbance. police were already on the scene.... they've been monitoring the area to prevent disorderly behavior that has been impacting the neighbors. we're told this group comes here almost daily. some neighbors -- who didn't want to go on camera-- say while they respect the mourning process.. it has neighborhood. three people were arrested today for refusing a resident's request to leave private property... one also resisted an officer. we spoke to someone who was arrested last night who says he's been trying to work with the neighborhood... when they come to this tree those are happy moments they think about. we were out here all day yesterday, no loud music, none of the stuff they said was going on. any concerns that the neighbors had we actually have been knocking on their doors and talking to them about their concerns to make it so we can peacefully resolve
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momentarily dispersed.. but then some gathered again... police remained on scene. now---- ad lib live in milwaukee.. krystle kacner fox 6 news steph thanks krystle. among those out near 44th and auer last night, were people, other than police, trying to keep the peace. some of those people were detained by officers. fox 6's ted perry joins us from the newsroom with more. ted? night...a wisconsin state representative. jonathan brostoff brah-stoff was detained for several minutes before being released. fox 6 recorded video last night of brostoff being held face down by police. the milwaukee democrat says he was trying to record the detention of an a-c-l-u observer. brostoff says thats when he was arrested himself. the lawmaker says his state assembly colleague, david bowen, told officers who they had arrested and thats
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i kept saying to them, i know this is your job, i dont hold anything against you. its a tough job that i wouldnt want and were gonna figure this out, and thats what i kept saying. in a statement, milwaukee police say that unlike other elected officials and community leaders, brostoff and the a- c-l-u observer did not identify themselves. m-p-d says it is reviewing the arrests to make sure the officers followed proper procedure. live in the newsroom, ted perry, fox 6 brad thanks ted. the milwaukee county medical examiner's office is investigating a possible co-sleeping death. it happened just before six o-clock this morning at a home near 40th and locust. we're told a one-month-old baby boy died. police tell us no one has been taken into custody and a final cause of death will be determined, pending toxicology tests. police are also investigating a serious crash on milwaukee's east side. it happened around five-15 this morning near jefferson and
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old woman was driving and slammed into a tree. she suffered serious injuries and was taken to the hospital. no word yet on what caused the crash. we're in for some cooler temperatures as we kick of the month of september. weather expert tom wachs is out on the weather deck with a look at the forecast. mostly clear and quiet tonight with temperatures falling through the into the middle-to-upper 50s by morning. the first day back to school for many on thursday looks great. temperatures around 60 at the bus stop in the morning, warming into the upper 60s by lunch and around 70 for the ride home. sunny skies continue in the forecast through the end of the week, as high pressure dominates our weather. highs in the 70s through sunday. 80s
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tonight: mostly clear. low: 58 dewpoint: 56 wind: ne 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. high: 70 dewpoint: 57 wind: ne 5-15 mph friday: mostly sunny. am low: 56 high: 72 dewpoint: 54 wind: e 5-10 mph keep tabs on the fox6 weather forecast when you download the fox6 storm center app. it's free for apple and android devices. you'll have instant access to interactive radar. hillary clinton's lead over donald trump shrinks in wisconsin. how much -- may surprise you. in the new marquette law school poll results, clinton leads 45 to 42 among likely voters. that three point margin...was 15 points...just three weeks ago. the poll's director, charles franklin, explains: "early august was the very height of the post- convention bounce for clinton and a very bad week for trump, this week weve seen the post- convention bounce
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meanwhile, conflicting numbers on wisconsin's u-s senate race. in the mu law poll, russ feingold led ron johnson by just three points. but a mon-muth monmouth university poll also out today shows feingold ahead by 13. we have the complete results of the marquette university law school poll on fox6 now dot com and the fox6 news app. you'll find the story on our home page -- or you can search the republican party of wisconsin files a complaint, accusing u-s senate candidate russ feingold of violating federal law by being involved in politics as a government employee. the complaint alleges that feingold violated the hatch act by serving as a u-s special envoy in africa as late as march of last year. the hatch act prohibits federal employees from participating in partisan political activities. over the weekend, feingold told
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careful to make sure he didn't do anything to violate it. the nfl has cleared packers linebackers clay matthews and julius peppers of p- e-d allegations. the n-f-l confirmed today they found no credible evidence that the pair used any substances prohibited by the n- f-l. matthews, peppers, and the steeler's james harrison were named in an al- jazeera america documentary, accused of using p-e-d's. harrison also was a quick reminder-- 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 with food to kids in need...and those backpacks will be restocked with food every friday throughout the school year. details are at fox6 now dot com. searching for a fair trial. it's been more than two years
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their classmate in waukesha. coming up, the new developments in the trial process, and where the girls attorneys suggest it could be moved. and up next, pairing up to bring home some hardware. the competition putting veterans and
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two women in houston, texas are flashing them! but it's not what you might think. deedee jones and holly seltz carpool to work every day. they decided to take matters into their own hands after catching people texting and just not paying attention to the road. they hold up flash cards with messages like "hang up the phone and drive" and "your blinker is on." it actually started as a gag gift. jones says: "found 'em at the 99 cents store." jones says: "here birthday was coming up so i knew that that would be a perfect
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so what do other drivers think about them? seltz says they've received every kind of reaction you can think of since they started flashing bad drivers a year ago. amazon will soon open a retail location on uw-madison's campus. the pickup point for online orders will be la the red gym. anyone on campus -- students and staff -- will be able to pick up their purchases there. amazon already has similar setups at other universities - including purdue and the university of california - berkeley. the deal between amazon and uw- madison will last at least five years. doors are set to open november first. you might call it holy "match-rimony." a couple married for 52 years is setting the internet on fire. 17-year-old anthony garguila
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matching outfits. they -- of course -- went viral. fran and ed started matching outfits when they went square dancing several years ago and have been doing so ever since. anthony says his grandparents text him 'good morning' every day - and share a picture of their matching outfits. after the internet went crazy over text him - "good morning from your famous grandparents." skill, competitiveness and teamwork were all on display recently in a small wisconsin town. but the results were something that would make the nation
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game with a unique event known as the 24/7 battle buddies summer games. "take him everywhere with me." for the about 2 years now, brendan marrocco and diego have been inseparable. "we just have a good time everywhere we go." they live in new york city,. but on this weekend, they're in the small village of iron ridge, wisconsin. "ive been psyching him up all week." they're here, with about a dozen other dogs and handlers for a competition of the dog's obedience, athletic ability been telling him, giving him little pep talks." and they all want... "trophies. i want trophies." "were going to give away 45 trophies this weekend." jessie smith owns jessiphany canine services and is hosting the 2nd annual 24/7 battle buddy summer games at his facility in iron ridge. "they come out here and they want to do well. and theyre excited when they do well." but there's something bigger happening here. "its fun in such a way that a guy with, thats confined to a wheelchair has just as much ability to win as a guy
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them to have bragging rights against their buddies." "its just fun to get together with everyone and compete and be like, hey, he did better than your dog. so, you know, its fun." most of the handlers are american heroes, veterans who have been injured while serving in the military. "i was a quadruple amputee. i had a double arm transplant and my hands dont really, they dont work all that great." through the "feherty's troops first foundation" smith pairs dogs, like di like marracco. "they pick a soldier thats been injured in combat and then we pick a dog that matches their injuries or their desires, ...and we train the dog and deliver it for that foundation." "i didnt realize it would be this intense. hes everywhere i go. he sleeps in my bed." while the trophies are coveted, there is so much more that the competitors take from these games. "honestly the only people that understand what you go through
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so, to get together and hang out with, off, like-minded people, you know, its just a lot of fun." but no matter how they finish, ...marrocco and diego are already winning. "its a fun time to come around and show him off. we all know that diegos the best dog jessies ever trained. so, you know, its good to live up to that." their relationship has taken marrocco to a ve previously. "its a lot brighter. its a lot more fun. just ......having that extra bit of accompaniment." and he can't thank the partnership of jessiffany and troops first enough. "hes basically my son, you know. i care for him, just like a kid if i had one. so i mean, its uh, i didnt expect that. i figured it would just kind of be like a pet. it absolutely is not." "theyre absolutely on the right track
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directly affecting, bettering veterans lives and actually making a difference." "life changing. absolutely, i think i can say its life changing for everyone involved." in iron ridge, brandon cruz, fox 6 sports. training for each dog depends on the soldier's needs who will it will be paired with. troops first is a nonprot assistance to military service members and their families. for more information, we have a link set up on our website, fox 6 now dot com. she may be his number one fan. a fox 6 anchor is enamored with a hollywood actor. coming up, morris chestnut is in a new movie coming out soon. our gino salomone passed on a message to him from one of our own. see what he had to say, after the break. here's a live look outside from our camera on top of the
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you see weather expert tom wachs is up next with a look at the
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mostly clear and quiet tonight
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60s this evening. we'll drop into the middle-to-upper 50s by morning. the first day back to school for many on thursday looks great. temperatures around 60 at the bus stop in the morning, warming into the upper 60s by lunch and around 70 for the ride home. sunny skies continue in the forecast high pressure dominates our weather. highs in the 70s through sunday. 80s return on labor day along with a chance for thunderstorms. tonight: mostly clear. low: 58 dewpoint: 56 wind: ne 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. high: 70 dewpoint: 57 wind: ne 5-15 mph friday: mostly sunny. am low: 56 high: 72 dewpoint: 54 wind: e
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our mary stoker smith joins us for a special segment on fox 6 news at four. mary is a big fan of an actor that gino sat down with recently. if you don't know who morris chestnut is, he stars in the fox show rosewood. for those of you who don't know, this is morris chestnut. these are clips from the fox show rosewood. "hey morris, i'm mary stoker smith and i'm your biggest fan here in milwaukee wisconsin. i work with gino salomone, i know he's interviewing you today, and when he told me i was so excited because i am your biggest fan. i absolutely love rosewood, it's on my dvr, i look at every show that you do. my favorite movie is boys in the hood, i've
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counting, and i absolutely love the last big screen movie that you did, but you didn't have a big enough role, you got killed, by the car and it was sad, but anyway, i just want you to know that we are sending you a lot of love from milwaukee and i just need you to know, i'm not one of those, crazy, stalker-like fans, mary, this just in, this is the latest picture, ok, i mean, i can explain, i'll let gino, much love." i showed morris the message and he had this to say. "hey mary, thank you so much for the support, i just said, the ladies love morris, yes they do,
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interview like the women react to morris. and he didn't flinch, you know why? because he's so used to it, right, he's like i'm used to being gawked at. that's how she feels about
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new gig for lochte. how the swimmer is cashing in on his recent controversy from rio. and coming up next, a petition to move. the effort to change the venue in the trial of two local 12-year-old girls accused of stabbing their
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they're accused of the same crime.. and are entering the same plea. but-- they're taking different paths when it comes to a trial. we're talking about the two girls accused of stabbing a classmate 19 times to appease the fit beverly taylor joins us with an update . the girls did not make another appearance in court-- but their attorneys are making motions. they deal with where the trials will be held-- and who will be allowed as jurors. it's been more than two years since morgan geyser and anissa weier, then 12 years old, were accused of stabbing a classmate to appease the fictional character slenderman. now, attorneys for the two girls, charged with attempted 1st
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focused on where the trial should take place and who should hear it. morgan geyser's want a change of venue -- meaning hold the trial in a different county. they cite that despite national media attention for this case, there is more "interest and exposure to prejudicial details of this case in waukesha county, such that there is, at the very least, a reasonable likelihood that a fair trial cannot be had in waukesha county." their preference: an area that has shown less interest. using google has been only 40 percent as popular in the green bay-appleton area, and only 20 percent as popular in madison. they also point a finger at newspaper coverage, stating "because of the volume and bias of media coverage in this case the court should grant this motion." ....taking a slightly different strategy. annissa weier's attorneys don't want a change of venue-- they want a jury brought brought in from a different county. in the letter to the court, it states, to move weier to a different facility"would create
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"would mean moving our client from the center and staff to which and whom she had been accustomed for over two years at the most stressful moment of her life. it also cautions taking her further "from her familial support system and her counselor". almost two weeks ago in waukesha county court, morgan geyser's attorney revealed plans to plead not guilty due to mental disease or detect. although weier did not make the same declaration, the letter stated she would be making the same plea. their trials are expected to be separate-- and happen in march and april. we've been following the "slenderman" case for months. visit fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app -- and search "slenderman" to read how this case has unfolded in court. chicago is dealing with its most violent month in nearly 20 years. it's had more shootings and homicides than new york city and los
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now - one illinois lawmaker is suggesting curbing crime by tracking bullets. illinois state representative sonya harper has proposed a bill that would require ammunition makers to stamp serial numbers on every bullet sold in the state. she says a database could track a bullet's source in seconds, making it easier to find providers of illegally acquired ammunition. similar legislation is pending in 20 states - but facing fierce opposition from the n-r-a. 12 people are hurt after experiencing severe turbulence on a flight from airlines flight 8-80 made an emergency landing in ireland this morning. ten passengers and two flight attendants were taken to the hospital. the flight then continued to london heathrow. everyone injured has since left the hospital - except for one flight attendant. one passenger said the flight was the most disturbing he'd taken in decades. a new york ferry hits a group of ten kayakers on the hudson river - cutting one man's arm to the bone and sending four others to the hospital. the ferry was leaving a manhattan pier at the time. authorities are looking into
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accident. singer chris brown is out of jail today after posting a 250-thousand dollar bail. brown's latest brush with the law started with a call to police early yesterday morning. a woman accused brown of pointing a gun at her before she escaped his home. the call lead to an hours-long spectacle outside brown's suburban los angeles home where police established a heavy presence. during the standoff brown posted angry messages about police online. "good luc. warrant. whatever you need to do, you can walk right up in here. and you going to see nothing. you idiots." police got a warrant yesterday afternoon, searched his home and took brown into custody on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon. brown's lawyer says that there's no truth to the allegations and the charges are quote, "demonstrably false." after losing most of his endorsement contracts - swimmer ryan lochte will now pitch a different product. he's endorsing the "robo-copp" crime
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makes a lot of noise in order to startle people. "all you do is pull the pin and it releases a startling alarm that can get you out of a bad situation. eeeeee" swimmers are under investigation after lying about a gas station robbery in rio. lochte lost his major sponsorship deals with ralph lauren and speedo -- but did pick up an endorsement with pine brothers cough drops. a trip to buy an american girl doll may no longer require you to take the road to chicago. the middleton-based company has announced its popular dolls will soon be available at toys 'r' us. right now, american girl products are
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the company's newest "wellie wishers" line will roll out in toys r us stores sunday. american girl shop-in-shops will then debut in 97 toys r us stores across the country in late october. ted perry joins us now from the news room with some stories coming up on fox six news at five. a brand new procedure for breast cancer patients. a local doctor is the first, and wisconsin performing it. at five, see what she's doing and how it's helping those with the disease. also at five, peacefully resolving conflict. coming up, people are being shown different ways to deescalate a bad situation. all that and more in about 20 minutes on fox six news at five.
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thousands of people getting messy in the annual tomatina street battle in eastern spain. earlier today, 160 tons of tomatoes were unloaded from six trucks into the crowd packing the streets for the hour-long battle that attracts people from all over the world. many people strap on swimming and it leaves the streets drenched in red pulp. after the event, organizers hose off the streets while participants hope into public showers. the event is inspired by a 1945 food fight between local children in the tomato-producing region. 20-thousand people were expected to take part in this year's
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milwaukee is set to host its own "tomato romp" on september tenth on the city's east side. proceeds from the rotten tomato battle are donated to groups that fight hunger. coming up on fox 6 news at four...alternatives to a pricey product. hear from consumer reports on your choices when looking for a cheaper epipen. and up next, skipping the soap. the group who is turning a cold shoulder to a shower staple. here's a live look outside right now. ad lib what you see weather expert tom wachs is in next with
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has a lot of people wondering what they can do to keep prices down. contact 6's katrina cravy chatted with consumer reports to get some answers for you. sticker shock. it's what a lot of people are experiencing after learning about a recent hike in the price of epi-pens. but there are options. lisa gill from consumer reports join us now with the details.
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deck. mostly clear and quiet tonight with temperatures falling through the 60s this evening. we'll drop into the middle-to-upper 50s by morning. the first day back to school for temperatures around 60 at the bus stop in the morning, warming into the upper 60s by lunch and around 70 for the ride home. sunny skies continue in the forecast through the end of the week, as high pressure dominates our weather. highs in the 70s through sunday. 80s
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chance for thunderstorms. tonight: mostly clear. low: 58 dewpoint: 56 wind: ne 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. high: 70 dewpoint: 57 wind: ne 5-15 mph friday: mostly sunny. am low: 56 high: 72 dewpoint: 54 mostly sunny. am low: 57 high: 76 dewpoint: 58 wind: se 5-10 mph sunday: mostly sunny. am low: 59 high: 77 dewpoint: 61 wind: se 5-10 mph monday: partly sunny with a chance for t-storms. am low: 63
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mph tuesday: partly sunny with a chance for t-storms. am low: 65 high: 83 dewpoint: 66
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much noise you make while you sleep. our mary stoker smith joins us with some insight into one reason we snore. mary? turns out living on a busy street could drive you to a new study out of norway has found that sleepers who are exposed to traffic pollution are more likely to snore - if they're male. women exposed to the toxic fumes and loud noise of high traffic areas were more likely to experience daytime drowsiness rather than saw logs. researchers still aren't certain why the side effects of a bad night's sleep differed between the sexes.
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bar - when it comes to soap. 55 percent of people now say they prefer using body washes in the shower! mintel marketing agency did a survey and found people - especially young people - have several negative perceptions of bar soap. 48% of people think bar soaps are covered in germs. others say they've turned away from soap... because it leaves residue, doesn't last as long and isn't as convenient as liquid soap. meanwhile, bar soap sales have dropped more than 2 percent, in the last year. you know when you're in a store and a baby is crying and that's all you hear? turns out we really can't ignore it. according to science - we're hardwired to hear it and respond. a researcher out of the university of sussex tells "time magazine" that crying is a primitive behavior. when a mother hears a baby cry, it increases her oxytocin levels, encourages care-giving behavior and makes her want to take immediate
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causes a dip in testosterone, making them more nurturing. brad? new york city police nab a serial prankster accused of pulling a stunt on the subway that caused complete chaos. police say zaida zy-da pugh pew posed as a homeless woman selling crickets on a subway train last week - when another man in on the prank knocked the bucket of bugs out her hands. worms and crickets went flying everywhere - and people panicked. at some po the emergency break. pugh pew says she was trying to spread a message about how homeless people are treated. police have recommended she be charged with reckless endangerment. around the world -- archeologists make a surprising discovery while unearthing an ancient pharaoh's boat. archaeologists discovered metal embedded in some of the wooden parts, something that has never been found in these type of ancient boats. the boat was first discovered at the pyramid complex at the foot of the great pyramid, and was buried alongside a pharaoh in
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more than 1,200 wooden pieces. they lifted until now 704 wooden pieces, they are restored, documented then transferred to the grand egyptian museum labs" the second boat has been under excavation since 20-09, when a japanese university began funding the project to excavate, restore and taking a look underneath the surface of the water. it's an easy as tapping your phone. coming up, meet the guys who are using a drone to get a better look at the
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russ feingold: i'm russ feingold and i approve this message. narrator: listen to senator johnson on student loans: ron johnson: it's just kinda free money, young people don't really, necessarily understand finance. narrator: what senator johnson doesn't understand is, more than 800,000 wisconsinites have student loans. but he wants to eliminate federal student loans
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kinda free money... narrator: with senator johnson, opportunity for middle class kids would disappear. ron johnson's not for students. not for wisconsin. couple young entrepreneurs could be sitting on an underwater gold mine. their goal is to revolutionize the way we look at the great lakes and any other body of water. fox 6's carl deffenbaugh shows you how a look underwater could soon be right at your fingertips. take a look at what lies below the surface of the water, with fathom one. this little white device, is a submersible drone. "its really cool, we can take this robot and
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kind of experience they would through months of training in scuba diving or thousands of dollars in equipment. all for $600." it allows you to get up close with the underwater world... without ever getting wet. "the ability to enable people to explore and do things that they couldnt otherwise do is the most exciting thing to me." so you control it with a cell phone or tablet... "theres a tether that goes up to the floating bouyee, and then its wireless to your smart and the drone opens your eyes to what's under the surface. its been a wild ride for the founders of fathom... the three guys started the project two years ago while still in school at hope college in holland, michigan. "'we started working on it going into our junior year, continued it as a senior design project in the engineering department." after gradation, they decided to take a shot at turning their school project into a real business. 'taking the idea from a napkin sketch concept all the way to taking pre orders on our first product, all right
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say...the ways the underwater drone can be used is almost limitless. police search and rescue... industrial inspections... boaters can check on things ... people can just have fun exploring, or it could be a treasure hunters best friend. "when you think about the great lakes region and all the ship wrecks that are around, because of our cold water they get preserved well." now at five... "we were out here all day yesterday, no loud music, none of the stuff they said was going on." more than a dozen people arrested near sherman park -- including a
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i kept saying to them, i know this is your job, i dont hold anything against you." how he ended up in handcuffs -- and why the group was gathered there. three arrests today... on the heels of 10 last night at 44th and auer. the arrests come as people have been gathering at a ? memorial for sylville smith who was shot and killed by a milwaukee police officer almost three weeks ago. fox six's krystle kacner begins team coverage.. she joins us from the three people were arrested early this afternoon.... some people were gathered at smith's memorial...which is located close to private property.. police say they refused to leave that private property and created a 'disturbance'.... which is why they were arrested... i saw a bunch of police pull up, get out, at least 12 of
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auer... monitoring it for potential disruptive and disorderly behavior... when the arrests were made wednesday. walk up to a man in his vehicle, pull him out of the car with no explanation of a violation of a crime that was committed or anything police say 3 people were arrested for refusing a resident's request to leave private property... one of those people also resisted an officer. they were part of a crowd gathering at the memorial site for sylville smith... shot and killed by a milwaukee police officer in mid-augus. grieving is up. frank sensabauth has been with the family numerous times at the memorial.. and has tried to help ease tension in the neighborhood... he was recently arrested.. he says it was while he , himself, was trying to keep that peace any concerns that the neighbors had we actually have been knocking on their doors and talking to them about their concerns to make it so we can peacefully resolve this some neighbors tell fox six they respect the mourning process but the gathering has created some issues. they didn't want to go on


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