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tv   FOX 6 Wake- Up News at 530  FOX  November 10, 2016 5:30am-6:00am CST

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the east today and a cold front moves our way from the west. as a result, we can expect stronger winds from the southwest. that wind will warm us into the low to mid 60s today but the cold front clears our area tonight and we will only see highs in the upper 40s on friday. that cool down is short lived however as sunshine and an other push of warm air takes us back into the low to mid 50s this weekend. we stay dry for next several days. today: sunny. windy at times. high: 64 wind: sw 10-25 mph tonight: clear. low: 42 wind: nw 5-10 mph angelica adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays breaking news out of pennsylvania where two police officers have been shot. it happened early this morning in
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the officers were reportedly responding to a domestic disturbance call before the shooting happened. right now we don't know their conditions. police are still searching for the shooter. we'll continue to follow this story and bring you any updates as we get them. donald trump's win ...prompting protests in at least seven cities across the country and they'll continue today...with one planned for downtown milwaukee. deandra corinthios is live from red arrow park with more. people are told to gather here and quote " spread the rebellion"...a messag and a uwm student group...also asking people to organize at red arrow park against donald trump they're planning to be here at 5:30 tonight. trump's win tuesday stunned many across the nation... and the world...turning to anger that played out in the street thousands of protestors marched in new york city and chicago...outside the cities trump towers. similar
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down through the west coast to los angeles. in washington dc people chanted anti trump slogans in the streets...saying "no trump...no kkk ...no racist usa"...and "not my president" some people...even calling on hillary clinton to challenge the election results. clinton and president obama have asked protestors to accept the results. the crowds...saying they are sad and disheartened. samara bradley/protester "we all felt the same way. we all felt like we had to do something. it was like a just needed to go out there and do something again...there is a call for people to mobilize here at red arrow park... a facebook event by u-w-m' s student group progressive milwaukee...says the protest will run from 5:30 to 8 pm coming up at 6...we'll hear from protesters in a state donald trump won. reporting live in milwaukee deandra corinthios
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barack obama will meet at white house later today. and despite the divisive race...both - have been calling for unity. "we all want what's best for this country. that's what i heard from donald trump's remarks last night and that's what i heard when i spoke to him." "now it's time for america to bind the wounds of division." president obama also said all americans should want what's best for the country. hillary clinton supporters to accept the outcome and work together. fox6 has covered this election extensively. to hear more from the major players-- just head to our website fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news mobile app and click the "politics" tab. residents at an apartment building near the u-w whitewater campus without a home this morning after a four-alarm fire. at least 24 departments responded to the large blaze last night. officials say there were initial reports
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to make it out safely and no one was injured. the complex has been closed until further notice. the whitewater fire department is working with the police department, the university of wisconsinwhitewat er and the red cross to find temporary shelter for the displaced residents. now to a fox6 exclusive. three milwaukee county men are behind bars . this - after allegedly impersonating milwaukee police officers and holding another man at gunpoint. angelica joins us now with more. the three men were apparently trying to get back at a drug dealer. zedric byrd and brandon streff.... are all accused of going to a home near 67-th and carmen and telling the residents they were m-p-d officers serving a search warrant. police say the trio targeted the man who lives in this house because he allegedly shorted them on a quarter ounce of cocaine a few months ago. police say they were armed with a semi- automatic handgun and possibly an a-k 47. one of the men wore a baseball cap that had 'police' written on it and said they were serving a search warrant. the alleged drug dealer they were after... is now also in custody... but has not been charged. all three men
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robbery,' 'burglary' and 'impersonating a peace officer.' alderman michael murphy is putting forth a new ordinance today -- proposing a a smokeless tobacco ban at sporting venues...including at miller park. the brewers released a statement saying quote, "we fully support this initiative and want to set an example for all brewers fans." players would be fined up to 250- dollars for using smokeless tobacco products during games. the public safety committee will discuss the proposal on this morning at city hall. elect. ..why democrats and republicans alike are wondering how to move forward. despite the controversy over the average rate increase for the affordable care act.... there's bigger news for employers in southeast wisconsin. donald trump's win in wisconsin is the first for a republican nominee in more than 30 years. why who didn't vote helped lead to his
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is the first for a republican nominee since 1984. looking into the results-- his victory can be explained by where he did well in the state...and also...by who didn't vote. kim is in the newsroom with more. what really stands out locally is the drop in milwaukee county turnout. hillary clinton got 43-thousand fewer votes than barack obama did in 2012. donald trump won wisconsin by
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marquette law school poll had clinton ahead by six points. we needed to see hillary because she did not win in the primary. a couple other surprises in the exit polls: donald trump did slightly better than mitt romney with both african- american and hispanic voters. trump also did just as well with republican women as he did with men. despite the controversy over the 25-percent average rate increase for the affordable care individuals... bigger news for employers in southeast wisconsin is rate increases of 5 to 10-percent in the group market. that's how much milwaukee-area insurance brokers say they're seeing for their clients for 2017. coming up in the six o'clock hour of wakeup -- we're following breaking news out of pennsylvania.. after two officers were shot just outside pittsburgh. after the break -- why house speaker paul ryan calls donald trump's win an
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are the packers going through an identity crisis? when can we expect to see clay matthews back on the field... and get our
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high pressure moves farther to the east today and a cold front moves our way from the west. as a result, we can expect stronger winds from the southwest. that wind will warm us into the low to mid 60s today but the cold fro only see highs in the upper 40s on friday. that cool down is short lived however as sunshine and an other push of warm air takes us back into the low to mid 50s this weekend. we stay dry for next several days. today: sunny. windy at times. high: 64 wind: sw 10-25 mph tonight: clear. low: 42 traffic check red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no
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house speaker paul ryan says donald trump's victory means it's time for republicans to go big and go bold. during a wednesday news conference in janesville, ryan acknowledged that trump is top dog in the republican party these days. the speaker says trump's victory is the most incredible political feat he's seen in his life. ryan credited trump for a coattaile majorities in the house and senate. the two, though, have often been at odds this year. ryan even refused for a period of time last month to campaign with or ryan even refused for a period of time last month to campaign with or defend trump. he says he will run for house speaker again during the leadership elections in a few weeks. vice president joe biden addresses the world jewish congress in new york -- a day after trump won the presidency against hillary clinton.
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victory will have little effect on u-s israel relations. the world jewish congress honored biden with its annual theodor herzl award-- which recognizes people who work toward a more tolerant world. former secretary of state henry kissinger ... who presented an award to biden at the event ... also reacted to the results, saying he expected clinton to win the white house. now that donald trump has won the election... everyone is wondering what kind of presidency he will have. this as he meets with president fox's patricia stark with more. davis says: "i just feel like i don't know how he's going to get everybody together as one." democrats are now wondering how to move forward... after republican donald trump wins the presidency. top democrats meeting in washington are left stunned. goolsbee says: "i would say the mood was kind of somber. i've been with the president with a lot of crisis. he's not one to, he usually takes the long view, he's not one to get
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out what went wrong... as they were predicting a hillary clinton win. some experts believe many people were conflicted going into the voting booth. mishkin says: "if the conventional wisdom is there is no doubt clinton is going to win a person like that has no trouble voting for trump to express their position." while some democrats are protesting in the streets... others within the party say clinton didn't have a strong enough message. fowler says: "what we have to learn as progressives and democrats is how to have conviction and argument." transition of power. his supporters believe he has a mandate to push through his agenda immediately. huckabee says: "i'd like to see donald trump include democrats. make as many things bipartisan. but you know what, our country is in too big a mess to sit around and play patty cake." but republican strategists worry he won't be able to restrain himself... and become a disciplined president. krauthammer says: "i think he could have a promising presidency but he's got to stick to policy and not pick unnecessary fights." on-cam tag donald trump will visit the white house today for a meeting
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stark, fox news. toss to rob high pressure moves farther to the east today and a cold front moves our way from the west. as a result, we can expect stronger winds from the southwest. that wind will warm us into the low to i but the cold front clears our area tonight and we will only see highs in the upper 40s on friday. that cool down is short lived however as sunshine and an other push of warm air takes us back into the low to mid 50s this weekend. we stay dry for next several days. today: sunny. windy at times. high: 64 wind: sw 10-25 mph tonight: clear. low: 42 wind: nw 5-10 mph friday: partly sunny, breezy and cooler. high: 48 wind: ne 15-25 mph saturday: mostly sunny and breezy. am low: 32 high: 50 wind: sw 10-20 mph sunday: mostly sunny and breezy. am low: 36 high: 54 wind: sw 10-20 mph monday: partly sunny. am low: 39 high: 54 wind: nw 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny. am low: 41 high: 54 wind: s 5-10 mphhigh pressure moves farther to the east today and a cold front moves our way from the west. as a result, we can expect stronger winds from the southwest.
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low to mid 60s today but the cold front clears our area tonight and we will only see highs in the upper 40s on friday. that cool down is short lived however as sunshine and an other push of warm air takes us back into the low to mid 50s this weekend. we stay dry for next several days. today: sunny. windy at times. high: 64 wind: sw 10-25 mph tonight: clear. low: 42 wind: nw 5-10 mph friday: partly sunny, breezy and cooler. high: 48 wind: ne 15-25 mph saturday: mostly sunny and breezy. am low: 32 high: 50 wind: sw 10-20 mph sunday: mostly sunny and breezy. am low: 36 high: 54 wind: sw 10-20 mph monday: high: 54 wind: nw 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny. am low: 41 high: 54
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high: 54 wind: s 5-10 mph big weather at 4-4, the packers are seemingly going through an identity crisis. who is this team? we do know their defense is better and much more effective with a healthy clay matthews. the question is will he be back on sunday against the titans clay yet, he's the one player we didn't have a visit on, he had a very positive personal experience yesterday so i have not spoken to him." you can see the packers and titans right here on fox 6 sunday at noon. the cowboys and steelers game will follow. and remember the fox 6 sports blitz is at 10:35 where we'll break down the packers game. on saturday, the badgers look to have an easy match up as they
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can't think that way. if they're going to win, they have to get the offense going better than it has been lately. "just finish drives. points are good, field goals are ok but touchdowns are awesome. they're an awesome feeling as everyone knows. ya, we just gotta finish, you know, grind to get the ball across the imaginary line." meanwhile the marquette golden eagles don't tip off for real until friday. but today was a big day as they cain from pontiac michigan, ike eke a 6'9" 220 pound player from detroit and theo john from minneapolis all sign letters of intent to marquette. "they address some real needs in our program. i think we'll have immediate improvement in the size of our team. and we'll have an immediate improvement in the athleticism of our team. all three guys have really good positional size and length. and all of them are
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the admirals at panther arena today as they hosted the rival wolves. it would go to overtime and that's where alexandre carrier sends the home fans away happy scoring the game winner. 5-4 is the final. thats it for sports. have a great day. cute alert! after the break - an update on the little tiger cubs at the milwaukee county zoo and when you may be able to see them! plus- we'll meet this 93-year-old woman from eau claire who is crossing items off her bucket list! her exhilarating zip line ride - her bucket list! her exhilarating zip line ride - after the break. coming up new at six: facebook is making it easier to turn the world around you into a piece of art. the new filters you can put
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wakeup news. you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. lots of sun with highs in the low to mid 60s. right now . a sunny
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an update now on three little tiger cubs at the milwaukee county zoo! the cubs will be two months old on monday! zoo officials hope the two girls and boy will be available for viewing by the public by the end of november. the last tiger litter born at the milwaukee county zoo was in 2009. women have a better memory than men...according to n it's published in the journal: "menopause." women in the forties and fifties performed better in all memory measures than men..despite experiencing a decline around the time of menopause. but women who had gone through menopause had worse memory skills than those who had not gone through it. the team notes as long as these women had healthy aging brains...they continued to have an edge over the male counterparts in middle and older
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crosses an item off her bucket list. peggy gruner took a ride on the zipline at the mall of america. take a look. laughing "oh this is beautiful!" laughing "oh this is beautiful!" gruner conquered the largest indoor zipline in the coun of her friends. she called the experience super fun and even wanted to do it again! "i think it was amazing. indescribable. more than i could have dreamed of. follow your dreams." last year gruner rode a harley as part of her bucket list adventure. one 11-year-old's blooming business is helping out the less fortunate this holiday season... maggie hartman of michigan started
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behind her home, and sells the bouquets for just a dollar. and then with the money she makes...she buys christmas gift for families who can't afford them. this year she has raised more than - thousand dollars! maggie and her mother recently got to meet one of those families... "this 11 year old little girl is so selfless that -- she doesn't even know our family or daughters and wanted to give our daughter a birthday. and she had never even met her be an 11 year old like have that much compassion and love for others?" last week - maggie and her mom showed up at tina's bible study group with gifts for her daughter as well as gift cards, food, and money from other families in their community. tina says maggie has changed their lives forever. all anchors chat/toss to 6am
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"not my president - not my president!" now at 6:00 - protesters taking to the streets across the country... after donald trump's stunning victory. could milwaukee become part of the national conversation today? meanwhile... the president-elect is moving forward - and he could b white house this january. good morning and welcome to wakeup! good morning and welcome to

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