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reince priebus gets a big promotion. the kenosha native will be chief of staff trump. our deandra corinthios has more from downtown milwaukee. reince priebus grew up in kenosha...and worked at a downtown law firm --michael best and friedrich now the former republican party chairman for wisconsin...is president elect donald trump's right -hand man. priebus took over the republican national committee in 20-11. he remained loyal to the trump
relationships with republicans, including house speaker paul ryan. he went to tremper high school in kenosha...and majored in english and political science at u-w whitewater. he was president of the college republicans at whitewater ...and went to school with with assembly speaker robin vos. on fox and friends this morning priebus said he's honored to serve at the pleasure of pri it was surreal, but a huge burden was put on your shoulders, that was the instant feeling. i want to do him proud, but most importantly he wants to do the american people proud, he wants to do the things that he said. both house speaker paul ryan and governor scott walker tweeted congratulatory messages to priebus. speaker ryan says "i'm very proud and excited for my friend, congrats!" and governor walker weighed in...saying "reince will be an outstanding chief of staff. congrats to our fellow cheesehead!" reporting in
president-elect donald trump is telling the protesters demonstrating against him not to be afraid of his presidency. this ... as demonstrations against the president-elect continue in cities across the country. fox's kelly wright has more from new york. protesters continue to flood the streets of cities across the u-s ... upset over republican donald trump winning the election. from new york city to los angeles... there's growing anger from plans to dismantle many of president obama's policies. ehlert says: "huge issue is climate change, he's a climate change denier and so are his supporters, he wants to get out of the paris agreement because it's a myth." many hispanics are worried about the president-elect's rhetoric regarding the deportation of undocumented immigrants. jouganatos says: "i feel that i'm letting my people down as
community if i don't get out here and say that's not ok many hillary clinton supporters are calling for an end to the electoral college ... after the democratic nominee won the popular vote. but, trump's supporters are asking people to come together... amid the demonstrations. mos says: this is what trump people have always been about. i mean, we've never wanted to fight or protest. we just want to be in peace and unify our country." donald trump is now trying to assure americans they have nothing to worry about... but is disturbed trump says: "if hillary had won and if my people went out and protested, everybody would say, "oh, that's a terrible thing. and it would have been a much different attitude. there is a different attitude. you know, there is a double standard here." on-cam tag another day of protesting is expected monday... including in seattle .. where some students are planning to walk out of class. in new york, kelly wright, fox news. dozens from milwaukee's latino community came together yesterday
many say they are worried about what will happen to their families. jose flores, voces de la frontera bl 'are you afraid that you could be deported?' jf 'yes and no. im afraid because, i have my kids.' jose flores 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. immigrants to pursue citizenship. and for all the latest on the president-elect...and his plans for his first 100 days in office...just head to fox 6 now dot com...and click on the politics tab. adlib to weather we'll see a mix of sun and clouds today as our warm and dry trend continues.
a few more clouds will move in tonight, and we may see some fog by morning. lows will stay mainly in the 40s. today: mix of sun and clouds. high: 58 wind: w 3-7 mph police are investigating a shooting on milwaukee south side. it happened around 1-45 this morning near 13th and rogers. we're told a man had been physically fighting with a group there... when someone got a gun and shot the victim. officers found the man with a serious gunshot wound and took him to
survive. police are now searching for suspects. a homeowner watches helplessly as his garage and business equipment go up in flames. fox 6's brittany shannon talked to residents who are thankful the fire didn't turn out worse... "i'm in tears for the owners" strong winds, fanning the flames at this cudahy garage. the owner, watching helplessly... "32:57 thats only i can do because the fire was too much 33:00" a fire that started with a bang... "34:00 we heard this boom loud bang and i thought it was a gunshot at first 34:05" but when tenants glenn keidl and son walked outside their home...instead, they saw flames... "34:51 i thought i could at least try to contain it until the fire department came. but it went up real fast there was gasoline in the area, a mattress then all the wood 35:01" we're told a tenant who lives on the property was using a grill as a fire pit and knocked over some gasoline- causing this. "36:49 it was blowing toward my house and the flames were shooting up so high you can see the garage is a total loss 55 it was coming over so much i was
fire 01" thankful, all they have to worry about is some singed siding. "37:34 im pretty lucky it didnt spread to the house" the person who was using the fire pit was taken to the hospital with some burns on his hands. the owner tells us there was machinery stored inside the garage. he estimates that loss to be in the thousands. investigating a carjacking and armed robbery. it happened on woodburn street just north of capitol. police say three men in an older model suv stole a car at gunpoint and took off . they were last seen headed west on capitol drive. and 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
chicago police targeting what they call "hot zones" in the city... the latest on their anti-violence mission. and a deputy is fatally shot in california... what the suspect did after the shooting. plus an earthquake hits new zealand's south island....but residents might be facing more damage. the warning from officials. "i'm tom hooper, i'm katrina cravy, i'm jenna sachs. contact 6. 44 years, millions of dollars returned, hundreds of thousands of people helped. what does that add up to? contact 6. the milwaukee institution led by jenna sachs. she's here to help you and your family because you
across america now... chicago is seeing an increase in police presence... officials are targeting what they consider "hot zones" in the windy city ... due to an increase in deadly violence. fox's elizabeth matthews has more. this weekend in chicago at least 27 people were shot - 3 of them fatally . that's down from last weekend's total of more than 50 gun violence victims. friday night the chicago police department announced a strategic anti-violence mission. partnering up with cook county state police and the fbi. johnson says: "all of this is an effort to let people know that we just simply wont tolerate the violence that is going on in our city right now." houston says: "we always go to the park and they be shooting up there its' crazy everywhere you go." mariah houston lives in auburn gresham - one of the three areas chicago police are flooding with resources this weekend. she says they try to stay indoors out of fear of being shot. the days
all got to make a change somehow - i believe it's everybody." most we talked to say they welcome the increase in police - but agree to decrease violence it takes teamwork. anderson says: "the entire community has to be on board with assisting the police in bridging the divide between what happens in the neighborhood and with what the police know." marvin johnson says he liked what he saw friday night johnson says: "i see 30-40 police cars they pulling everybody over.... i felt a little more safe it was heavy police presence." also targeted by police including parts of austin and lawndale. in the weekend crackdown police arrested 39 year old arturo reveles - one of the 10th districts most dangerous offenders - after he fired shots at another man. he's charged with two felonies including aggravated assault. the focused effort leading to arrests and weapons taken off the streets. anderson says: "it's needed it's overdue
fatally shot at point-blank range... after checking on a report of a stolen van parked near a fishing access spot. stanislaus county sheriff's deputy dennis wallace was alone when he found the van yesterday morning. he asked for backup - but by the time another deputy arrived... wallace had been shot twice in the head... execution style. authorities say the suspect... david machado... sped off and carjacked a kia nearby. he was arrested hours later... after trying to steal a woman's purse at a around the world now... a powerful earthquake strikes new zealand's south island -- killing at least two people and causing severe damage to buildings and homes. the 7-point-8 magnitude quake hit early yesterday morning in a rural area close to the city of christchurch. a number of strong aftershocks were felt more than a 120 miles away and a tsunami was reported about two hours later. officials are warning people along the coast to move to higher ground to avoid tsunami waves.
we'll see a mix of sun and clouds today as our warm and dry trend continues. highs will reach the upper 50s. a few more clouds will move in tonight, and we may see some fog by morning. lows will stay mainly in the 40s. the mid 50s stick around for tuesday and wednesday, and then we'll get for the end of the week. rain returns friday night with our next cold front, and highs will drop to the 40s by the weekend. today: mix of sun and clouds. high: 58 wind: w 3-7 mph tonight: partly cloudy. patchy
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and immigration was one of mr. trump's core campaign issues... the questions now being asked from milwaukee's latino community. administration is starting to take shape. and a wisconsin republican getting a big job in the white house. g-o-p chairman reince priebus is named president elect donald trump's chief of staff our deandra corinthios has more from downtown milwaukee. reince priebus was actually a partner at the law firm michael best and friedrich here in milwaukee...before eventually serving as the chairman of
donald trump won on tuesday, he wasted no time thanking g-o-p chairman reince priebus. the president elect said priebus is quote " really a star" and "the hardest working guy" priebus was raised in kenosha and went to tremper high school. he went on to u-w whitewater where he majored in english and politics. he was president of the college republicans at whitewater. he actually ran for state senate in 2004 and lost... but he was elected chairman of the years later. then in 2011 he became chairman of the republican national committee. wisconsin republicans say the president-elect made a smart move. in an interview this morning on fox and friends priebus said he's honored to serve at the pleasure of president elect donald trump he enjoyed an electoral landslide on tuesday, because his vision and the things he did to bring all factions of our party together including a lot of people who voted for barack obama in the middle of
this is the person thats going to change the course of history and they supported donald trump and i think hes gonna do you all proud. as chief of staff priebus will be the highest ranking employee of the white house. priebus has longstanding ties with house speaker paul ryan. at 6...reaction from speaker ryan and governor walker on priebus' new job. reporting in milwaukee deandra corinthios fox6 news. former breitbart news executive steve bannon has been named chief strategist. meanwhile... governor scott walker is another wisconsin name that was being floated for high profile positions i he says he doesn't want to go to d-c... because he loves being governor and wants to finish out his term. 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." the president-elect sitting down for his first tv interview since winning the election. he spoke on the c-b-s program "60 minutes" last night. he was asked whether he plans to follow
during a debate about prosecuting former democratic presidential nominee hillary clinton. donald trump: yeah. she did some bad things. lesley stahl: do you- donald trump: i don't want to hurt them, i don't want to hurt them. they're, they're good people. i don't want to hurt them. and i will give you a very, very good and definitive answer the next time we do 60 minutes together." the president-elect's wife melania also spoke during last night's interview. upcoming role as the nation's first lady. melania trump: "there's a lot of responsibilities, a lot work to be done. we will take care of it, day by day. i'll stay true myself, i'm strong, tough , confident. i'll do what's right."
immigration was one of president-elect donald trumps core campaign issues - with many elements pledged for his first day in office. as the countdown to inauguration day continues, milwaukees latino community is left with questions about their rights... and what happens next. fox6s bret lemoine explains. nat of forum in this spanish-only forum hosted by latino-rights group 'voces de la frontera,' many are reflecting... and worrying... about a donald trump presidency. bl 'are you afraid 'yes and no.' jf 'when i go out i dont know if im coming back.' jose flores has been in the u-s for 20 years... but says his path to citizenship has been incomplete. jf 'i tried before, i tried. but i cant.' being separated from his children, who were born here, is his biggest worry. lf 'if they go, im going to follow them. i am not going to stay here alone.'
on a strict immigration plan, including building a wall along the border and terminating president obamas amnesties.... on day one. mr. trump pledged anyone here illegally... is subject to deportation. mc 'its not feasible financially, and not feasible practically.' immigration attorney marc christopher tries to calm some of these fears... mc 'theres the law and then theres the way the president enforces the law.' mr. trump gives his first post-election tv interview to '60 minutes' sunday... trump the message at this forum is to band numbers no matter the outcome. lf 'i know that he is going to try and do things to us - the hispanic community - but were going to be ok.' some members of voces say they want to see sunday night's crowd grow even larger. thye're offering to have meetings on a bi-weekly basis to help spread the word, especially before inauguration day.
assault attacks on milwaukee's west side. police say they have arrested a 21-year- old milwaukee man in connection with the attacks. this is the sketch police put out last week of the suspect. officials say they believe he is the suspect in recent sexual assaults along 76th street. the case will be presented to the milwaukee county coming days. police are investigating a shooting on milwaukee south side. it happened around 1-45 this morning near 13th and rogers. we're told a man had been physically fighting with a group there... when someone got a gun and shot the victim. officers found the man with a serious gunshot wound and took him to the hospital. he's expected to survive. police are now searching for suspects. a cudahy landlord is cleaning up after his garage goes up in flames...
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 total loss 55 it was coming over so much i was worried the house would start on fire" 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 show of support... what one local restaurant is serving up...to show their thanks to law enforcement. plus google's first smartphone is here... a look at the new "google pixel" in
from the opening night of summerfest and this band will be getting it started.... the red hot chili peppers will kick-off the milestone celebration with a performance in the marcus amphitheater on opening night, wednesday, june 28. marcus amphitheater on sunday, july 2. tickets for pink go on sale this friday at 10:00 a-m. tickets for red hot chili peppers also go on sale friday at noon. you can find links online at fox six now dot com. its been more than a decade since both artists have played the festival.
we'll see a mix of sun and clouds today as our warm and dry trend continues. highs will reach the upper 50s. a few more clouds will move in tonight, and we may see some fog by morning. lows will stay mainly in the 40s. the mid 50s stick around for tuesday and wednesday, and then we'll get another short burst of the 60s for the end of the week. rain returns friday night with our next cold fro the 40s by the weekend. today: mix of sun and clouds. high: 58 wind: w 3-7 mph tonight: partly cloudy. patchy fog possible. low: 43 wind: nw 3-7 mph tuesday: partly sunny. high: 56 wind: w 5-10 mph wednesday: mostly sunny. am low: 41 high: 56 wind: nw/sw 5-10 mph
wind: s 5-10 mph friday: mostly cloudy with the chance for showers at night. windy. am low: 50 high: 60 wind: sw 10-20 mph saturday: mostly cloudy. windy. cooler. am low: 43 high: 45 wind: w 10-20 mph a show of thanks in franklin, as the owner of a popular mexican restaurant shows his support for law enforcement. on what theyre serving up. 'since early october gus mexican cantina has closed its doors on sundays except today, he opened the restaurant for some very special guests.' the restaurant is packed - many join together with good food
the owner of a popular mexican restaurant shows his support for law enforcement. our julie collins has the scoop on what theyre serving up. 'since early october gus mexican cantina has closed its doors o today, he opened the restaurant for some very special guests.' the restaurant is packed - many join together with good food ready to cheer on the pack. but these patrons have more in common than their favorite sports team - theyre all law enforcement officers. 'love them. i really do respect them a lot.' gus hosseini - owner of gus mexican cantina and that is gus hosseini. hes the owner of this restaurant and hes cooked up quit the meal for our
'i want them just come in forget about anything 1 day, just come and relax.' gus hosseini - owner of gus mexican cantina and bring their families with. 'everybody, their kids, the family, their wives, their girlfriend...' gus hosseini - owner of gus mexican cantina each one of them enjoying a meal for free! 'here we have a bbq meatballs, its all homemade.'today gus is serving up appreciation. 'moral will certainly be uplifted by this wonderful, i was going to say wonderful gesture.' gus says not only is it the least he can do for all the years the law enforcement has kept him and his community safe but hes got a bigger message. 'all the bad negative thats coming against law enforcement, i thought its time for me to come back and give em support and my love.' gus hosseini - owner of gus mexican cantina and the officers are feeling that love. 'yes, very good, and its a great appreciate for what hes doing.' in franklin. julie collins. fox 6 news. in the tech world... a look at
winner... in todays tech report rich demuro has his review of the google pixel. there have been many android phones over the years... and lots of them are very good...but there always seems to be one drawback... now google took it upon themselves to build a powerful phone... and it is the best android device ever created. nats... clips of android phone reviews from rich over the years, ive reviewed dozens of android
catch... google pixel changes that. nats... ive spent nearly a month with the device... and it is the first time ive used an android that delivers on every point. software is clean and speedy... design is beautiful... the battery lasts long and charges fast.. and the camera... nats.. snapping photos perfect. pixel is googles first real smartphone... yes, theyve provid nexus devices... but pixel is pure google from start to finish. you wont even find a manufacturers name on the shell. the pixel just gets it right. two sizes to choose from... a 5 or 5 and a half inch screen... in black, silver or blue. theres a fast fingerprint reader and even a feature that lets you press and hold an app icon for quick access to shortcuts.
stunning. it captures the perfect pic on the first snap nearly every time - even in the lowest light... nats...google assistant google assistant is a nice touch... but what makes this phone stand apart is the total experience... sure. iphone has better looking apps and a larger accessory ecosystem... but pixel is the first time you can carry an android and not feel like youre making some sort of sacrifice. although the pixel is being marketed as exclusive to verio on any carrier... you cant go wrong with this phone...
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