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tough play.. bryant-- the cubs win the world series now at 4:30... no more next year cubs-- they are your world series champions. we have all the highlights from the nail-biter and reaction from chicago fans. sm 'that is taking funds away from individuals that the salvation army is working with today and this coming year.' also this morning... the salvation army-- dealing with an imposter. what you need to know so you don't fall victim to the scam. good morning and thanks for
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weather expert rob haswell in the weather office. mostly cloudy with temperatures falling into the middle 40s by sunrise. partly sunny and dry on thursday with a high in the low 60s. mostly sunny friday with highs in the low 60s. the weekend will be dry and mild with highs in the low-to-mid 60s. thursday: partly sunny. high: 61 wind: n 5-10 mph it's a win 108 years in the
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series champions. and last night's game seven had everything -- from a rain delay to extra innings. 6-3 cubs two out in the 8th. flame throwing - closer - aroldis chapman in. the indians scored 1 before rajai davis turns on one with one on... and just like that it's a tie ballgame. after a 17 minute rain delay-- it's been 108 years for chicago, what's a few more minutes- c the top of the tenth.. ben zobrist knocks home the go ahead run. 7-6. bottom of the tenth... cubs up 8-7, now, mike montgomery pitching... kris bryant to anthony rizzo! the cubs' first world series championship in 39,466 days. angelica joins us from the newsroom with highlights from last night's
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cleveland-- wrigleyville was alive last night! the big championship celebration is winding down, but it was madness for a while... -- and could kick up again soon, when the players return from cleveland. here's a look at the party last night... cubs fans outside wrigley field danced flashed cubs win! chicago police increased security around wrigley field in anticipation of a massive crowd. and of course -- reaction from fans in bars as they see their team win this historic championship. cubs' president theo epstein had this to say about the fans. our fans deserve it so much. this is for so many people, ernie banks, ron santo, billy williams is still here to celebrate with us when we come home tomorrow. for all of you
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it more than cubs fans, cubs players, the cubs organization. dgx and other chicago sports teams -- congratulating the cubs on their victory. the white sox-- tweeting this out -- congrats on bringing another championship to chicago. of course they won the championship in 2005. dgx the blackhawks-- tweeting out they've done it. they've won the stanley cup in dgx the bulls tweeting out finally. dgx and da bears -- tweeting the cubs are 20-16 champions. dgx and dick's sporting goods is celebrating the team's world series victory! hours have been extended today to get your world series gear. select stores will be opening at 6 this morning...including the one in kenosha. and we're hearing from sources that plans are in the works for a championship parade from wrigley field to grant park on monday-- but nothing is official yet. kim and jessob.
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breaking news out of afghanistan this morning. two u.s. service members were killed today battling insurgents.. alongside local troops. two other americans were injured. nato says those killed were part of "a train, advise and assist mission". the identities of those who died have not been released. the salvation army says someone is stealing money by posing as a bell help to catch him. earlier this week -- witnesses saw a man collecting money with a stolen red kettle outside of a walmart near timmerman airport. when store workers confronted him -- he took off. a red kettle was stolen from the same walmart last christmas season. but in keeping with the spirit of the holidays... and the salvation armys mission... if the suspect needed help... officials say he could have just asked: sm 'you dont need to take advantage of individuals - the salvation army as well as many other churches and agencies in
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kettle campaign begins tomorrow at the milwaukee public market. a brown deer police officer -- accused of shooting a suspect in the back -- is due in court today. 27 year old deh-vin devon kraemer is charged with aggravated battery.prosecutors say she shot manuel burnley - following a disturbance on a county bus back in march. police say he was resisting officers when the gun went off. burnley survived the shooting. kraemer is on administrative leave. her preliminary hearing is schedu afternoon. also in court today-- a former sheriff's captain accused of sexually assaulting a woman at an assisted living facility. 73-year-old clarence mielke-- is charged with the sexual assault of a 50-year-old resident.according to a criminal complaint... nurses witnessed mielke in the victim's room... engaged in a sexual act last month. when interviewed, the victim -- who suffers from a degenerative disease -- claimed clarence had sex with her...quote...'lots of times.' this will be mielke's
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friends and family -- remembering a 17- year-old girl who was hit and killed by a bus while walking on milwaukee's south side. it's a story we first brought to you as breaking news yesterday on wakeup. marisol sah-bye-ohs ceballos was a senior at rufus king high school. her brother says that's where she was headed when she was hit near 9th and oklahoma. "she had enjoyed going to her senior homecoming and she was looking forward to going to senior prom and i'm just deeply saddened that she doesn't have that opportunity anymore." students were on board the bus during the crash. they were not hurt. we're learning more about a deadly crash involving three college football players from the sole survivor of the accident... through exclusively obtained documents from waukesha county, fox 6 news has obtained these horrific photos of the crash that claimed the life of michigan state's mike sadler and nebraska's samuel foltz.
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off the road, went airborne and landed in a ravine 30 feet below then burst into flames. l-s-u's colby delahoussaye survived the crash by escaping through a window.delahoussay e told police he believed the driver, sadler, had one alcoholic beverage that night. he also told police they were all wearing their seatbelts. in the final marquette university law school poll before the election-- clinton holds a six point lead. that's virtually unchanged ro the poll shows the fbi announcing it had found new emails that could be significant to the investigation into clinton's private server -- didn't have a lasting impact on wisconsin voters. clinton would be the first candidate in recent memory to win wisconsin without visiting the state during the general election. trump has been here five times, and his spokesman says expect to see him again before election day. donald trump is telling his florida supporters to "pretend we're losing" in order to drive up enthusiasm. most polls show a close race in florida
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republican held three rallies across the state yesterday-- including this one in orlando. hillary clinton also spent some time in florida yesterday-- she stopped at an early voting site in broward county. this evening it was off to tempe, arizona-- a traditionally red state that could turn blue. back here in wisconsin-- bernie sanders-- once a clinton rival has been campaigning on her behalf in wisconsin. the vrm several appearance in wisconsin including last night at turner hall. and former first daughter chelsea clinton -- also campaigning for her mother hillary. she stopped to meet supporters in boulder yesterday. chelsea also had two stops on the schedule in wisconsin yesterday -- one in eau claire and another in oshkosh. chelsea clinton will be back in milwaukee today. and vice president joe biden will be in madison tomorrow. head to our website, fox six now dot com and click the politics tab for the details. and remember - fox6 is the station to watch on election
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analysis, results and reaction on november 8th. a shocking discovery in a child's halloween treats... why one wisconsin rapids family is warning others to check their candy. the packers getting ready to take on the colts this weekend. how the green and gold are preparing -- hoping to bounce back after last week's loss. russ: as i've traveled to all 72 counties, i've heard from a lot of people. including seniors, concerned that ron johnson is going to turn medicare into a voucher program. senior: don't let it happen russ. russ: i've heard from families in need of good paying jobs. blue collar guy: ron johnson's trade deals help other countries, not us.
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man: we just need a fair shake, and, russ, i think you need a bigger van. russ: i'm russ feingold
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falling into the middle 40s by sunrise. partly sunny and dry on thursday with a high in the low 60s. mostly sunny friday with highs in the low 60s. the weekend will be dry and mild with highs in the low-to-mid 60s. thursday: partly sunny. high: 61 wind: n 5-10 mph served on the packers offense. some young receivers are stepping up to help the team move down the field. tim van vooren has the blitz from green bay. "it's a pleasant day in green
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it will be nice on the weekend when the colts are here, green bay is a touchdown favorite to beat indianapolis on sunday. let's look at some of the young wide receivers for green bay. ty montgomery was a late scratch this past sunday at atlanta. dealing with a kidney situation. things are looking brighter on his front." "i think we clearly understand our medical staff is is definitely one of caution and would err on that side with all our players there's been a lot of work done since we knew there was an did not play against the falcons, trevor davis got extra opportunity and the rookie from california cashed in, including for his first nfl touchdown." "that was a big play, a big play for him, obviously a big play for us, but he needed that so he's getting more opportunities especially when a touchdown comes on an extended play in my experience helps a player more than when he's done just right in a detailed
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awareness of playing the game." "in addition to davis, young receivers jeff janis and geronimo allison had touchdowns in atlanta 3rd year man davante adams now has 25 catches in the last 2 games. so a lot of numbers are being produced by packers receivers other than jordy nelson all of the sudden. outside lambeau field tim van vooren, fox 6 sports. man accused of killing two police officers in iowa. what confrontation the suspect had with police just last month. police in mississippi -- investigating after a church is set on fire. why officials are investigating the arson as a hate crime. you are watching the fox 6
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she's a slob. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat chested is very hard to be a 10. no. does she have a fat [expletive]? absolutely. do you treat women with respect?
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you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. mostly cloudy with temperatures falling into the middle 40s by sunrise. partly sunny and dry on thursday with a high in the low 60s. mostly sunny friday with highs in the low 60s. the weekend will be dry and mild with highs in the low-to-mid 60s. thursday: partly sunny. high: 61 wind: n 5-10 mph we are learning more about the man accused of killing two iowa police officers. court documents show the suspect was involved in several
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weeks ago. scott green is accused of shooting urbandale officer justin martin and des moines officer tony beminio in separate ambush attacks in des moines early yesterday morning. police are trying to figure out if the shooting was related to a confrontation with police at a school last month... where they asked the suspect to leave a high school game for waving a confederate flag during the national anthem. investigators are trying to determine a motive... and if the suspect ever spoke with the officers. mississippi police are now calling the burning of an church... a hate crime. they said a call reporting the fire at hopewell baptist church came in tuesday night. firefighters quickly extinguished the fire... which mostly damaged the 111- year old church sanctuary. no one was inside at the time. vandals had spray-painted "vote trump" on an exterior wall of the church. police say they believe this was done to intimidate someone's right to vote. chief delando wilson/greenville police "the reason we've labeled it as a hate crime, it's-- we feel that the quote that was placed on the church was
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right to vote, whatever way they choose to vote so that would definitely be considered a hate crime." the local fire chief estimates about 80- percent of the church is destroyed. officials are offering an 11- thousand dollar reward for information leading to the conviction of whoever set it. parents in wisconsin rapids are on edge -- a sharp object was found in a piece of halloween candy. angelica jo newsroom with the details. one parent in the city found a nail in their child's candy. it was found inside a green sour apple tootsie roll. understandably, the discovery has many worried about their own children. meantime -- local authorities are working to figure out how the nail got inside the tootsie roll. they say it can be difficult to figure out if someone was tampering with the candy. police shared what happened on social media to let others know. the incident is still under investigation. rob and kim
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forecast from fox6 chief meteorologist rob haswell dense fog this morning due to yesterday's rain and good radiational advisory is in effect for some. after the fog lifts, the sun will take over and we warm into the low 60s. with just a few clouds tonight, we'll dip into the low 40s but then with more sun under high pressure friday, we'll warm to near 60. the weekend features a stronger push of mild air with highs in the low 60s saturday and sunday. we could see a few showers on monday
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should dry up and stay mild for election day tuesday. today: dense fog this morning. sunny. high: 62 wind: n 5-10 mph tonight: a few clouds. fog possible. low: 42 wind: var light mph friday: mostly sunny. high: 60 wind: sw 5-10 mph saturday: mostly sunny. am low: 46 high: 64 wind: se 5-10 mph sunday: mostly sunny. high: 62 wind: sw 5-10 mph monday: partly sunny with a chance for showers at night. am low: 45 high: 62 wind: sw 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny. am low: 46 high: 60
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university's newest residenc officially underway. they held a groundbreaking ceremony at the site near 17th and wells yesterday. the 96-million dollar towers will house 750 freshmen and sophomore students. it should be ready by the 2018-2019 school year. uber announced a major app update -- hoping to make the process of requesting and getting a ride-- faster. soon, you'll be able to request a ride directly to find a friend and you don't even need to know their location. by typing one of your
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option... uber asks the friend for approval to share their whereabouts. riders will also be able to link their device's calendar to the app... the features will roll out gradually for i-o-s and android users in the coming weeks ahead at five: officials are searching for the person who killed a saudi arabian student at u-w stout. the rewards being offered in the search. and then at six... the cubs are finally world series champions! we'll take a look at the wrigleyville celebrations. and the world series wasn't the only big event on t-v last night... winners from last night's country music association
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live look at wrigley field this morning where cubs fans are waking up with their team world series champions .
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country music. it was the 50th anniversary of the country music association awards the cma award for entertainer of the year goes to garth brooks, cheers. garth brooks walks away the big winner at last night's aa stapleton, carrie underwood and little big town. and a musical cross-over moment. pop superstar beyonce joined the dixie chicks for a performance of her song "daddy lessons." bill: i'm in the cubs locker room with theo epstein. he's the boss. hey, is there anyone you want to say hello to that you've thought about lately? theo: yeah, you!
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series everyone celebrating the cubs world series championship last night. bill murray has been a big advocate for the cubs this post season. it's the cubs' first championship win since 19-08 -- that's a 108 year drought-- the longest in american sports. watch... the furry visitor was spotted in a tree yesterday morning outside the federal courthouse. according to reports the bear came down around six last night and then walked around the grounds of a hotel before climbing up another tree. about a half hour later we're told the bear climbed down and wondered
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nats people screaming now at 5- the curse is over! after 108 years - the cubs have won the world series! we have highlights from the might need if you stayed up to watch the whole thing. the red kettle campaign is about to kick off in wisconsin...and officials say you need to be on the lookout for someone impersonating the bell ringers! how you can help catch the culprit. rob joins us now with more on the weather. rob's weather dense fog this morning due to


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