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now at 4:30... we're learning more about who will be in president-elect donald trump's cabinet. what wisconsin ties he's bringing to the white house. lf 'i know that he is going to try and do things to us - the hispanic community - but were also this morning... the latin community-- voicing their concerns of deportation with president-elect donald trump leading the country.... what mr. trump is saying about his campaign promise. good morning and thanks for starting your day with wakeup. lets go straight to our fox6 weather expert rob haswell in the weather office. we will see some clouds around on monday, but it will be a mild day with
the week looks quiet a mild with highs in the middle 50s to low 60s. a strong storm system is forecast to move in friday night with rain and wind. this storm is forecast to usher in the coldest air of the season by late in the weekend. monday: partly to mostly cloudy. high: 56 wind: w 5-10 mph president-elect donald trump's right-hand-man in the white house -- will be from kenosha. the president- republican party chairman reince priebus as his chief of staff. priebus remained loyal to the trump campaign and has longstanding relationships with republicans, including house speaker paul ryan. wisconsin republicans said the president-elect made a smart move. anybody that knows reince knows that hes incredibly intense. :42 whatever he puts his mind to, he literally works harder than anybody i know. in fact, sometimes i worried that he was going to have a heart attack because he is so intense and such an incredibly hard worker but this is exactly why hes been so successful this may be the most difficult position of any in the federal government.
you feel comfortable with, somebody you have confidence in, and somebody you trust priebus was wisconsin party chairman before taking over the r-n-c in 20-11. he went to tremper high school in kenosha. priebus' fellow wisconsinites tweeting out their congratulations. house speaker paul ryan says he's proud and excited for priebus. and goven "congrats to our fellow cheesehead". the governor has said he will not go to washington d-c to be a part of the trump adminstration -- planning to finish out his second term here in wisconsin. politico says milwaukee county sheriff david clarke has been mentioned as the possible homeland security secretary. the sheriff did a radio interview late last week-- where he said "if the president asks you to serve-- you step up." meanwhle-- protests continue in response to president-elect donald trump's victory... angelica joins us from the
the criticism. immigrants and others opposing mr. trump are speaking out against the president-elect's support of deportation-- along with other measures. more than a thousand people joined yesterday's march in new york... carrying signs in english and spanish saying things like "hate won't make us great." on saturday, around eight thousand people marched through san francisco-- chanting "love trumps hate." also on saturday-- more than 70 people were arrested at a rally in portland, oregon. the president-elect addressed the protesters in an interview on "60 minutes" last night. we are going to bring our country back. but certainly, don't be afraid. president-elect trump also addressing concerns over his deportation promises he made while campaigning. he says he's now thinking of only sending back a fraction of the illegal immigrants in the u-s. donald trump: what we are going to do is get the people that are criminal and have criminal records, gang members, drug dealers, we have a lot of these people, probably two million, it could
getting them out of our country or we are going to incarcerate. but we're getting them out of our country, they're here illegally. mr. trump's transition team is now working on filling about four- thousand political appointments. kim and jessob. back to you. meanwhile-- dozens from milwaukees latino community come together to discuss whats next now that donald trump has been elected president. they met at ascension lutheran church for a foru h spanish yesterday. many say they are worried about what will happen to their families. people like jose flores, who says hes been in this country for 20 years. his daughter was born here and he doesnt want to be separated from her if there are mass deportations. legal experts were on hand... and tried to calm nerves among the crowd... saying none of mr. trump's campaign promises to move criminal immigrants out of the country will be achieved on his first day in office. these experts urged any illegal immigrant to pursue citizenship.
crowd to keep fighting. a cudahy landlord now has the task of rebuilding after his garage goes up in flames... this video was sent to us by a viewer. you see the flames and smoke pouring out of this garage near college and pennsylvania. residents who live next door say they heard a loud boom and walked outside to see flames. fire officials tell us someone was using a grill as a fire pit and there was gasoline nearby. "it was blowing toward my house and the flames were shooting up so high you can see the garage is a tot so much i was worried the house would start on fire" one person was taken to the hospital with burns to their hand. the garage is a total loss. the owner tells us there was machinery stored inside the garage. he estimates that loss to be in the thousands. a motorcyclist is dead after a serious crash in near
yesterday morning on highway 33 near county road "eye". it caused quite the backup. the sheriff's department shut down the highway to reconstruct the accident. in brown deer-- an elderly driver crashes into the "family table" restaurant. police say he hit the accelerator instead of his brakes. there were people inside at the time-- but luckily no one was hurt. the owner tells us this is the second time a driver has smashed into their building in the last 3 months. shorewood police are investigating a carjacking and armed robbery. it happened on woodburn street just north of capitl suv stole a car at gunpoint and took off . they were last seen headed west on capitol drive. we're continuing our coverage of who president-elect donald trump is choosing for his cabinet... what democrats are saying about his decisions. crews are assessing the damage this morning after a deadly earthquake in new zealand... what the prime minister is saying about the quake. the green and gold-- suffering another heartbreaking loss over the weekend... what the losing streak could mean for the team.
air of the season by late in the weekend. monday: partly to mostly cloudy. high: 56 wind: w 5-10 mph after a tough 47-25 loss, the packers are getting ready to head to washington and philly. the titans led 21 nothing before aaron rodgers had completed his 3rd pass! the packers are 4 and 5-for the fi 8-when they finished 6 and 10. tim van vooren has the blitz. for the second straight week, the packers behind from the gun. they go on to lose...0 and 3 now, all time at tennessee. this on sunday, is a bad loss. we understand how poorly we performed today as a team. we're disappointed. we have higher standards than that. we have higher expectations of one
onto. you gotta remain positive. we have to come together. everybody is gonna be coming down on us, and that's just how it happens. we just have to stick together. i mean, things didn't go the way we wanted them to, but our confidence never wavered. we came out, they got up a little bit on us, and they won the game. you guys don't believe me, but it's always short term. it's always week by week. that's the only way you manage this 16 game season. so, specially when you get into a situation like we are with three on the road or three or four at home, whatever it was. it's all week by week. if you start lookinga that, your mind is gonna start spinning, and you're gonna be in trouble. when asked specifically if jobs are on the line, aaron rodgers says after the game in nashville, 'that's the nature of the league'. mmmmmmm, 7 games left in the regular season for green bay. at nissan stadium, tim van vooren, fox6 sports. some residents in argentina-- waking up to a major earthquake this morning... what we know so far about the
a california deputy-- shot and killed after responding to a suspicious car. what we know about the man accused of shooting him at point-blank range. president-elect donald trump-- receiving some criticism after his first round of picks for his cabinet... how his choices are putting some minds at ease, while democrats push back. time now 4:xx you're taking a live look outside this morning.. some sun and clouds today and still mild. highs in the upper 50s. right now . when we might see some rain next.
wakeup news. we will see some clouds around on monday, but it will be a mild day with highs in the middle 50s. most of the week looks quiet a mild with highs in the middle 50s to low 60s. a strong storm system is forecast to move in friday night with rain and wind. this storm is forecast to usher in the coldest air of the season by late in the weekend. monday: partly to mostly cloudy. high: 56 wind: w 5-10 mph protests over president-elect donald trump's victory continued throughout the weekend. the demonstrations played out as mr. trump's transition team moved forward with consideration of key white house and cabinet staff picks. two very important choices were announced yesterday. reid binion reports.
coming soon."donald trump's campaign manager kellyanne conway... ...assuring reporters sunday that trump was close to naming a chief of staff... hours later -- the choice was made. trump -- picking republican party chairman reince priebus for that position... trump -- also naming campaign c-e-o steve bannon as chief strategist and senior counselor. the choice of priebus is likely to reassure establishment republicans hoping trump will stick with some key g-o-p agenda items. picking bannon may allow trump to maintain some of the harder-line ideological themes he campaigned on... ...a prospect that's already drawing ... including senate minority leader harry reid. the c-e-o of the anti-defamation league -- also hitting trump's choice of bannon... the southern poverty law center -- calling on trump to rescind the pick. it comes amid instances of flaring racial tensions since the election... ...including racist messages scrawled on a wall and signs at a maryland church recently. trump responded to recent acts like those in an interview with c-b-s' 60 minutes. donald trump / r president-elect: "don't do it. that's terrible. because i'm going to bring this country together. i say, stop it, if it
i'll say it right to the camera, stop it!"reid binion fox6 news. wiki-leaks founder julian assange will be interviewed today about sexual assault allegations from six years ago. two women claim they were going to have sex with him but he refused to wear a condom during his trip to stocklholm in 20-10. assange denies the claims and has not been charged. he has been living in london's ecuadorian-embassy since 2012 to avoid being extradited to sweden... and possibly the u-s to face charges. an ohio prosecutor must now decide whether or not the case against a police officer charged in the shooting of a man during a traffic stop will continue. the former university of cincinnati officer was accused on killing an unarmed black driver, sam dubose, during a traffic stop last year. but prosecutors say the jurors couldn't agree whether to convict tensing of murder or voluntary manslaughter. so the case ended in a mistrial. the lead prosecutor says he will decide by november 28-th
one man is in custody after a california sheriff's deputy is shot and killed. police spent hours yesterday searching for the suspect... angelica joins us from the newsroom with the latest. police say sheriff's deputy dennis wallace was shot twice at point-blank range while checking a report of a suspicious van yesterday. police say the suspect -- 36-year-old david machado-- sped off in the van... officials say while on the run, machado committed an armed robbery, and then later tried to steal a woman's purse. the woman fought him off and called from the scene, but was soon caught by officers. officials are calling the death an execution. wallace was a 20-year veteran of the sheriff's office. kim and jessob. back to you. argentina is being rocked by more earthquakes and aftershocks... a magnitude 6-point-2 quake struck the northwestern part of the country this morning-- near the border with chile. so far, no reports of any victims or major damage. the new zealand prime minister is traveling to the epicenter of
prime minister john key will be taking a helicopter to the small south island coastal town of kaikoura.police say one person died in kaikoura and another died at a nearby ski resort after the magnitude 7-point-eight earthquake struck the south island early yesterday. a number of strong aftershocks were felt more than a 120 miles away...and a tsunami was reported about two hours later. key says the full extent of the damage is still being assessed ... key says: "at the moment kaikoura's absolutely locked off from the rest of the country. if the inland road can be opened up then there can be a passway through t shorterm there can be an access point in and out. but at the moment, the only way in and out is by water or by air." military helicopters and red cross teams are now being dispatched to assess the damage and help those in the
the milwaukee mercy choir is bound for rome-- leaving later today. the group spent the day yesterday preparing to share their vocal talents on holy grounds. the choir of 53 members represents 14 churches and parishes from they will appear alongside the sistine chapel choir, singing for the papal mass to close the year of mercy. it's an impressive and reflective journey that lies ahead. its neat for me because i had the opportunity to sing for john paul ii when i was in high school and so now to be a choral conductor and to be able to pass it on the next generation and bring 12 high school students with this
for this trip for months. the members will be joined by 300 other singers from us catholic churches at the pontifical mass. they ask for your prayers for a safe travels. a gesture of thanks in franklin... "gus' mexcian cantina" opened its doors today to law enforcement officers and their families. everyone was treated to a meal complete with rice and beans and enchiladas and it was all for free. the owner says it's the least he can do for all the men and women on the who protect and serve. looking so sweet for dunkin donuts... why the chain is being sued over its sugar packets... and then at six... you have a chance to get some free coffee in pleasant prairie this morning... where you need to go to get your caffeine fix. why did the mongoose cross the golf course? we're finding out as it caused quite the stir at a tournament... time now 4:xx you're taking a live look outside this morning.. partly sunny with highs in the upper 50s today. right now . when
time now 4:xx you're taking a live look outside this morning.. some sun and clouds the upper 50s. right now . when we might see some rain next. hollywood had a very good weekend at the box office.... disney and marvel's 'doctor strange' continues to dominate. what if i told you the reality you know is one of many. this doesn't make any sense. not
weekend box office for the second week in a row-- taking in about 43-million dollars at the box office this weekend. the dreamworks animated movie 'trolls' came in 2nd with just over 35- million. paramount's "arrival" came in third, followed by almost christmas. mel gibson's world war ii drama, hacksaw ridge rounds out the top five . "you are the first of your kind, but you're not invulnerable." "maybe next time you can design me better." we're "ghost in the shell," starring scarlett johansson as a cyborg policewoman. paramount held a global release party for the full trailer in tokyo... the company tried to counter criticism over the "whitewashed" casting of a japanese anime character: director rupert sanders called johansson a "cyberpunk queen" and "the best actress of her generation." "ghost in the shell" opens march 31st. some bad news if you had your heart set on a sequel to "the croods." deadline reports, a follow-up to the 20- 13 animated film is dead, just a few
set to work on the project. the original made 587-million dollars worldwide, but in the end, that wasn't enough to bring "the croods" back. ladies, check out this diamond... the so-called "sky blue diamond" could fetch up to 25-million dollars when it goes up for auction on wednesday. blue diamonds are hard to find. and this more than eight-carat stone is one of the largest of its kind. the diamond will be auctioned by in geneva, switzerland. t pack of mongooses stormed in on a european tour golf event! the event in south africa was interrupted when 20 mongooses scurried onto the course. it looked like they were making a bee- line for one of the golf balls in play. but instead they charged past the ball, as they headed off towards bushes on the other side of the course. luckily, they knew not to move the ball! the round was able to be continued shortly after the
now at 5- reince priebus has been named president-elect donald trump's chief of staff. how the kenosha native got to where he is today - coming up meanwhile -- as the president-elect's vision is starting to become clearer...legal experts trying to calm concerns over trump's immigration policies. their advice for those who are scared. rob joins us now with more on the weather. rob's weather a weak trough of low pressure drifts over our area today. there is very little moisture available so other than a few clouds, we wont notice it much. winds will be sw for much of the day helping us warm into the upper