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15-25 mph saturday: morning flurries then partly sunny, windy and cold. wind chills: 20s. high: 37 wind: nw 25-35 mph sunday: mostly sunny, breezy and cold. am low: 24 high: 37 wind: nw 5-15 mph you can stay ahead of the weather anywhere -- just download the fox 6 storm center app. it's free for apple and android devices. they've done it again! thieves target a milwaukee park and ride. but they're not breaking in and taking change. fox 6's ashley sears is live at the college avenue park and ride that seems
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thief getting under a car...sawing off the catalytic converter. 23:39 it was so loud, it was unbelievable. an unexpected discovery at the college avenue park and ride. 23:33 we started it up and sure enough, it sounds like a race car. helping his daughter with normal car trouble-- but quickly realized-- 24:06 mechanic put it up on the lift the vehicle had been violated. 24:11 the entire catalytic converter had been cut clean and taken out. thieves had used a saw-- 31:10 you can tell it was a clean cut. this is not the first time they did it. to take out the catalytic converter. 27:25 i know its not just an isolated incident. in june--fox 6 reported similar thefts at the same lot-- 00:17 i went to start my jeep and nothing happened. a battery was taken from this
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right here, cut right here and then they went through. and a couple of other cars in the same lot had wheels stolen. milwaukee police told us then--there had been one or two car part thefts a month since january. they didn't share updated data when we asked friday. 25:29 we really want to get the word out to let people know whats going on. heder wants to see more security--either with cameras or patrols, so others don't become victims themselves. 28:31 somebody really taking ownership. saying t we need to solve this. the repairs cost heder about $700. he says his daughter will probably be avoiding this parking lot in the future. live at the college avenue park and ride, ashley sears fox 6 news. brad thanks ashley milwaukee police officers are shot at-- after showing up to a burglary scene. fortunately no one was injured,
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in the shoot-out. with a broken door frame on one side... nats and a bullet hole on the other. residents along 26th street are dealing with damage left by a suspected thief. he kicked mine in he kicked the next door ladys her garage door in he tried to break inside the red brick house thats why its boarded up glenn simmons' property was also hit. i was missing some winter items like my and stuff like that he says his son heard a series of banging, then. he heard gunshots, like 4 shots bullets flew after officers responded to a burglary in progress. they say the suspect shot at them and they returned fire. that just goes to show you where we are at in todays society when the police get called up on the situation and they get shot at the youth now are fearless the suspect was later arrested
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are rattled that their neighborhood keeps being targeted. ive been here since residence 2010 and its the third break in at my residence my daughter in law car was stolen outside of the backyard simmons has taken safety steps on his property.. and says he won't be scared away... we are her to stay we are not going to be deterred out of this neighborhood we are here to stay and see and witness and report anything out of the ordinary police say the 23-year old suspect is a milwaukee man who has an arrest record with mi be reviewed by the milwaukee county district attorney's office in the coming days. a milwaukee alderman says hes standing by his call for more police assigned to the south side. this comes as common council president ashanti hamilton wants four south side aldermen to take back
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of this summers series of special meetings to come up with a complete policing strategy. one of those aldermen behind the letter, bob donovan, says he doesn't want officers taken from other high-crime areas.... but says something has got to change. police in menomonie say they've identified a suspect in the death of a saudi arabian student studying at u-w stout. beat to death nearly three weeks ago. according to police -- they haven't found any evidence that would suggest it was a hate crime. investigators say the suspect is not a u-w stout student -- and he isn't from the area. a milwaukee area restaurant owner is sentenced to two years in prison for conspiring with his wife and son to skim millions from his business -- and failing to report it as income. federal prosecutors say paul bouraxis also paid workers in cash to avoid payroll taxes. the family
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greenfield... federal officials say more than $3 million was skimmed from the restaurants. his son -- andreas -- will serve a year and one day after his father is released from prison. his wife -- freida -- will serve six months of house arrest and three years of probation. discovering a connection... in the middle of controversy. we told you about that ad... a walkers point bar took out-- taking a shot at bradley tech. the president of the bradley tech alumni association decided to meet with the bar owner. fox6s angelica sanchez is at outcome. theres a new feeling in the air--;signaling the start of something new in the walkers point neighborhood. ' i didnt want to join the bandwagon of hate. theres too much of that. president of the bradley tech alumni association, anthony staton explains his reaction to a recent magazine ad for sabbatic bar--- it reads 'sabbatic is for lovers' and in bold print---'our back alley:where 50% of bradley tech
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fox6 bar owner jay stamates said the ad was meant to be "crude" hoping to get the attention of mps officials. he believes students from the nearby bradley tech high school are to blame for years of break ins and vandalism at his bar. milwaukee police say they've never found a connection to bradley tech students. "...jay he was frustrated because he tried to reach out to the folks at mps and he hasnt gotten a good response.' mps and other city officials have spoken out against the ad. staton admits too was taken back by the ad but decided there was a better way to approach the situation. 'if im going at him and hes goi ' staton says the two met for three hours thursday night -- jay stamates confirms the conversation was positive and says it's one of the best he's had in his professional career. . 'i found out we had a lot more in common than we had uncommon. i want to build some bridges here i didnt want this to go on and theres bad blood between the students and businesses we need to fix it we need to figure out a way to do it and dialogue is the best way.' on monday the two are set to meet again at the alumni meeting at bradley
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proposed changes to milwaukee public schools tonight -- as students could see summer vacation cut short. that's if milwaukee public schools gets approval to shift the calendar year from september through june to august through may. there's also an optional 4-week-long session in june called a "j-term." m-p-s superintendent darienne driver says the "j-term" will help failing students catch up with their peers. our graduation rate is 58 percent for four years, 74 percent from what is getting done in six years, to making it happen in four years, we need more time. the school board still needs to okay drivers' plan and then submit a waiver request to the department of public instruction. the waiver is needed because state law prohibits public schools from starting the new year before september first. a creepy case in kenosha... just got creepier. the suspect -- in court. he's accused of secretly recording
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what police discovered when they searched his home. lawsuit -- settled. how much president-elect trump is paying to put an end to the case against his embattled university. and - a whale of a problem in milwaukee. why one holiday tradition... won't happen this year. those stories in the next 9 minutes.
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new york's attorney general calls it a "stunning reversal" of president-elect donald trump's position. the president-elect is settling for 25 million dollars after law suits were filed against trump university. sharon chen reports from san diego -- where the trial was scheduled to start. that settlement reached an hour before the hearing was supposed to happen... president elect trump
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class action lawsuits... take vo as protestors lined up outside the courthouse ... inside attorney worked to strike a deal. the settlement confirmed during the lunch hour. a $25 million dollar victory for the over 6,000 students of the now defunct trump university. attorneys said from the settlement, students would get back 50% or more of their money... originaly to be hearing... trumps attorneys asking for a delay on the trial... until after the inauguration. but, no trial... since we have the settlement. trump will also pay $1 million to the state of new york for violating state education laws. this settlement involves 3 lawsuits ... the one filed here in san diego...another in california and another in new york. as part of that deal, trump will not have to admit any wrong doing... take sot daniel
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elect trump has got laser focus on moving forward. it's time to move on, it's time to move on. he just wants to put all of his time, energy and talent in solving the problems for this country and he was willing sacrifice her personal interests in not fighting this through and that's the way. that's the way he feels and that's the reason why we entered into this agreement. sharon so the big question is ... when will students be paid? when the settm judge...which could come as soon as 3 to 4 months. president-elect donald trump announced three key national security appointments today. retired army lieutenant general michael flynn has been offered the job of national security advisor... alabama senator jeff sessions has been picked for attorney general. and representative mike pompeo of kansas has been selected for c-i-a director. all three accepted their offers. learn more about the history of mister trump's appointments
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dot com. a kenosha county man is expected to face 14 additional charges, after disturbing videos are discovered in his home. that search was prompted after the popular d-j allegedly admitted to placing a spy pen inside a women's restroom. justin williams with the new information. even as he shields his face, sir, are you christopher bohatkiewicz? yes, sir. i am. he can't hide from the charges if you waive this hearing, i will find probably cause. which keep on coming. you still retain friday in kenosha, christopher bohatkiewicz begins by waiving his preliminary hearing on the eight felony counts of capturing an intimate representation that he faces. the 42-year-old worked as a d-j at sullivan's place, in kenohsa, where prosecutors say he admitted to placing a spy camera pen on the floor of the women's restroom, on november 14th -- after police found images of eight people using the facilities on
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boss is just totally disgusted. after he waives, there were numerous compact discs found, in the basement. the pleasant prairie man learns the prosecution plans to level additional charges, based on a collection of videos discovered during a november 9th search of his home. the state is recommending a hundred-thousand dollars cash bond for what, i believe, are 14 violations of possession of child pornography. bohatkiewicz's attorney, unsuccessfully, argues for lower my client's mother, and the mother of his three- week-old child are both in court, today. he has every reason in the world to stay here. bohatkiewicz faces 42 years minimum, if convicted on all fourteen, pending charges, alone. this is in addition to the up to 28 years he faces, in connection with the initial charges. his next court appearance is scheduled for the afternoon of november 23rd. justin williams fox 6 news. one woman is dead and another is hurt after an early morning
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sheriff's office says it happened about 2-30 on state highway 16. according to investigators-- the driver of the pickup truck lost control while taking a curve and rolled the truck. an oconomowoc woman was ejected from the vehicle and died at the scene. a woman from ixonia-- was taken to the hospital for treatment. an investigation is underway for a crash at sherman and portage this afternoon. milwaukee police were called to the scene at about 3-20. according to officials-- three vehicles were involved-- one of them was a u-p-s truck. looking into what led up to the crash. new at nine-- we have a bit of sad news tonight. a long time milwaukee tradition has come to an end. at the milwaukee public museum, they kicked off the holiday season like no other place in town. our ben handelmans is live in studio to explain why there is a change in plans this year. good evening guys. if there is another place on this planet that had a "lighting of the whale" to kick off the holidays--- i could not find it-- and i googled searched. the milwaukee public museum says
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skeleton--- but they promise an event just as grand to celebrate. whether it is the sounds-- or trees--- or lights-- we have made it, to one of our favorite seasons. at the milwaukee public museum-- when we had our holiday party we would wrap the squid, and that eventually morphed into wrapping the whale. employees in the upstairs taxidermy of the quirkiest-- most unique ways-- to kick off the holidays. the lighting of whale took place for a number of years. the museum's famed hump back whale-- wrapped in decorative lights-- has welcomed hundreds over the years. the museum's vice president of design julian jackson is likely taking no joy in telling us last year's "lighting of the whale"-- was the museum's last.
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around it we discovered that it was ever so slightly beginning to wear at those bones over time. while these bones are still strong--- the museum says it is not worth risking harming one of their first artifacts obtained in 1884. the accumulative affect was going to eventually degrade the specimen. they've decided to swim in another direction. when you step into the streets you'll be emerged in the jingle bells of horses going by, you'll see and snow piled up in the corners. saturday--- a new tradition is kicking off. a victorian santa who will greet you and carolers who will be in the streets. deck the streets-- will transform their recently remodeled old streets of milwaukee. will it be the same as lighting up a giant whale skeleton??? no. but this is the season of appreciating old memories-- while creating new ones. so-- change is hard. but a great new tradition has been promised. deck the streets kicks off tomorrow with a full day of events kicking off at 10 a-m.
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a mailman -- just going about his business - is robbed of one of his packages but the story doesn't end there. he fights back. and good thing he did. what was inside the stolen package got the feds involved. plus, johnson controls getting
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tomorrow on wakeup -- forget shoveling snow -- shovel in the dough this holiday season. an experts shares tips on how to have a
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with some critters -- and the holly jolly events they have in store for the winter. that's tomorrow on wakeup -- we'll see you when you wake up. johnson controls is getting into sports sponsorship by partnering with the pro football hall of fame... the company's name will appear on the hall of fame's new 600-million-dollar sports and entertainment village -- as well as the annual enshrinement weekend in canton, ohio. the 18-year partnership was announced today.... exact terms were not given -- but it's estimated to be worth more than 3- for more information on this and other stories in the business journal, we have link to their site on ours, fox6now.com. a wind advisory is in effect until 6pm saturday. staying overcast and windy this evening with the temperature quickly falling into the 30s. overnight lows will be right around freezing areawide so a rain/snow mix is possible in spots and flurries will likely linger into saturday morning. temperatures won't move much
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upper 30s, but gusty winds will keep wind chills in the 20s. similar conditions expected on sunday but more sunshine and lighter winds. another storm system will bring rain just before thanksgiving. tonight: light rain/snow showers. windy and chilly. low: 34 wind: nw 15-25 mph saturday: morning flurries then partly sunny, windy and cold. wind chills: 20s. high: 37 wind: nw 25-35 mph it's a story you'll see only on fox6 -- don't mess with the
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thieves try to steal two packages out for delivery yesterday in milwaukee -- but they don't get away. what was in the package, that turned this into a federal investigation. this year's annual powder puff football game at menomonee falls high school raises money for charity and features some pretty intense
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signed-- sealed-- delivered...and robbed! a mail carrier tries to deliver two packages, but gets robbed. but the thieves didn't get away! fox6's myra sanchick with the story you'll see only on fox6. basically i heard yelling. neither snow, nor rain can stop the mail, they came screaming past my window. and on milwaukee's east side, my dog started barking like
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happening in my backyard milwaukee police confirm thursday morning two men came up to the mail carrier, and grabbed a package he was delivering. witnesses say the mailman took off after one of them, tackling the teenager in kelsey lamb's backyard. i just saw these two men going back and forth . one was a mailman and he was screaming 911 so i actually called 911 pinning the robber to the ground neighb pleaded to be let go. instead a tenant from the elderly and disabled housing complex across the street ran to help hold the robber down. sources tell fox6 in addition to the robbery there was another reason the robber wanted to get away. inside the package, postmarked from las vegas, were drugs. federal officials were called to the scene to investigate. it's good to know neighbors came to help kelsey lamb says she's proud of her neighborhood which came together to support the mail carrier and deliver a would be robber to
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what i could the actual mailman this happened to had the day off. milwaukee police say they have a 19 year old suspect in custody and are looking for a second suspect. in milwaukee myra sanchick fox6 news powder puff football... flag between girls from junior and senior classes in high school. tom pipines shows us, the way they play at menomonee falls--goes beyond the game! 18:50:38 um, we do take it pretty seriously here. puff football game at menomonee falls high school between the junior and the seniors. 18:50:39 but before the game we do shake hands and we do talk to each other. and we're still friends at the end; so that's all that counts. maybe, but given the intensity with which these young ladies play--it's really anything "but" powder puff! 18:52:35 there's bruises; there's blood. there's concussions. it's brutal football 18:52:42 19:01:55 "ken u zie me now?" it's crazy. like i'm the quarterback, and it's just like this giant girls coming at me. now i know
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i give them a little credit 19:02:04 --------------------- 19:02:09 "less is more" 19:02:09 it's intense. i play soccer year round. it'd have to say it's pretty close to that. it's still really fun. but everyone's really into it; 19:02:16 how big a deal is this game? 19:02:21 it's a huge deal. i think we really all want it more than we really thought we all wanted it. it's huge actually 19:02:27 huge enough ..and serious enough...to have the game officiated by the coaches of the falls varsity football team. 18:54:53 how much intensity is there out there? it's almost as if the guys are playing on friday night?! i'd take some of them gi tonite. they're playing pretty hard. 18:55:01 in a total role reversal, head coach dan lutz's players were cheerleaders for the ladies. 18:51:01 um, ya know, we're both on the dance team; and there's a few technique errors, but for the most part the choreography's pretty solid, the showmanship incredible. they seem to really get into it. oh they really like it. this is the best part of their senior year. we love it 18:51:15 18:59:21 how about the guy cheerleaders, the football
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think they're pretty good. 18:59:25 oooh! easy does it! how about this game..who would be the last man..er woman standing?! 18:41:35 who's gonna have bragging rights in the hallway tomorrow? senior............yea!! 18:41:39 the seniors beat the junior..but it took an overtime field goal. besides on this night in menomonee falls--everybody went away winners. 18:52:14 with all the stuff going on in the world today. and i see these kids coming out, and the boys supporting the the boys. this is a community affair. 18:52:20 ish 10:20:49 everybody comes out. everybody marks their calendars. it's always wednesday of homecoming week. and the money that goes to the food pantry is important. but the community building is even more important 19:21:00 tp; fss the school and the community teamed up to raise over 19 hundred dollars-- and collect almost 12 hundred non- perishable goods for the falls area food pantry. milwaukee firefighters are fighting something different
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they're making sure kids keep warm by donating coats. how many they've given out this year-- coming up. the north pole is setting some records-- and not the good kind. we'll explain -- up ahead. a chilly, windy night ahead with the chance for a few snowflakes. details in your full forecast, coming
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there are some things that are simply guaranteed. one, being -- if you live in wisconsin you will need a good winter coat. fox6's beverly taylor shows you the milwaukee firefighters out today making sure a group of kids had some. nat can you say a "grand entrance"...... milwaukee fire drove up to gilbert stuart elementary school friday morning with sirens blaring-- to the delight of awaiting students. they also surprised the firefighters with a song. "thank you. thank you. we really want to thank you......"this i "warm up winter"-- an initiative that started five years ago. "we were notified that there were students that do not have winter coats to come to school or if they got to school they were not able to go out and play." and firefighters went into action-- going on out on corners for three consecutive days in june -- with boots-- collecting money to make a day like this happen. "every year they have given more and more and more. we had a goal of 120,000. they actually, with their support, we made 130,000
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thousand brand new coats this year. and in the five years of doing this more than 23-thousand coats have been given out to students in more than 30 milwaukee public schools. "about 80% of our families are living in poverty and so we do our best to make sure that we can support them in any way possible and our firefighters have been doing this for five years." "there is no more important person to us firefighters than you."before the big hand out-- firefighters give the fire safety. and then--- fittings for the coats. nat ..making these little ones have help enduring the cold weather ahead. nat mps picks the schools to recieve the coats each year. today's coat give- away came at the perfect time -- tonight the temperatures are expected to drop dramatically. beverly taylor fox 6 news we;ve had a beautiful week but the temps are about to drop drastically. weather expert stephanie barichello is coming up with her forecast. coming up-- gun deer season is right around the
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last minute preparations being made for the nine- day hunt. plus-- this milwaukee man is charged with killing his best friend. we'll explain on tonight's most wanted. tomorrow on wakeup -- forget shoveling snow -- shovel in the dough this holiday season. an experts shares tips on how to have a financially stress-free holiday. plus -- the racine zoo joins us with some critters -- and the holly jolly events they have in store for the winter. that's tomorrow on wakeup -- we'll see you when you wake up.
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adlib to weather until 6pm saturday. staying overcast and windy this evening with the temperature quickly falling into the 30s. overnight lows will be right around freezing areawide so a rain/snow mix is possible in spots and flurries will likely linger into saturday morning. temperatures won't move much saturday - they'll only reach into the middle to upper 30s, but gusty winds will
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sunday but more sunshine and lighter winds. another storm system will bring rain just before thanksgiving. tonight: light rain/snow showers. windy and chilly. low: 34 wind: nw 15-25 mph saturday: morning flurries then partly sunny, windy and cold. wind chills: 20s. high: 37 wind: nw 25-35 mph sunday: mostly sunny, breezy and cold. am low: 24 high3 mostly sunny. am low: 25 high: 42 wind: ne 5-10 mph tuesday: cloudy and breezy with rain showers. am low: 30 high: 44 wind: se 10-20 mph wednesday:cloudy and breezy with rain showers. am low: 39 high: 46 wind: nw 10-20 mph thursday: mostly cloudy. am low: 35 high: 45 wind: nw 5-10 mph a wind
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saturday. staying overcast and windy this evening with the temperature quickly falling into the 30s. overnight lows will be right around freezing areawide so a rain/snow mix is possible in spots and flurries will likely linger into saturday morning. temperatures won't move much saturday - they'll only reach into the middle to upper 30s, but gusty winds will keep wind chills in the 20s. similar conditions expected on sunday but more sunshine a bring rain just before thanksgiving. tonight: light rain/snow showers. windy and chilly. low: 34 wind: nw 15-25 mph saturday: morning flurries then partly sunny, windy and cold. wind chills: 20s. high: 37 wind: nw 25-35 mph sunday: mostly sunny, breezy and cold. am low: 24 high: 37 wind: nw 5-15 mph
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wind: ne 5-10 mph tuesday: cloudy and breezy with rain showers. am low: 30 high: 44 wind: se 10-20 mph wednesday:cloudy and breezy with rain showers. am low: 39 high: 46 wind: nw 10-20 mph thursday: mostly cloudy. am low: 35 high: 45 wind: nw 5-10
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the north pole is seeing record
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degrees warmer than normal over most of the arctic ocean. it's currently polar night -- in which the sun does not rise for most of the arctic. it's supposed to become incredibly cold during this time, causing sea ice to grow and thicken. only that's not happening. the amount of sea ice covering the polar ocean is at a record low. while it is freezing up -- it's doing so at what may seem like a glacial pace to scientists and global warming observers. traditions starts tomorrow, with the start of the gun deer hunt season, throughout the state. fox6's carl deffenbaugh checks in with hunters -- and stores -- where last minute preparations are underway. hunters around the have been eagerly anticipating this weekend. the start of the nine-day gun deer hunt in wisconsin. 'im stoked. we went out on the land last weekend to check stands and we had two huge bucks cross in front of us and saw a lot of doe, so im pretty excited.' and that anticipation has meant steady business for stores, like the gander
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second to get their stuff. we were here til 9:30 last night selling licenses and a couple of guns that guys wanted to use going up north.' in 2015, more than 600,000 licenses were issued and more than 200,000 deer were harvested over the nine-day gun hunt. there are some new rules for 2016, including the way you tag your deer and that hunters no longer need to wear back tags. plus, in an attempt to appeal to the female fluorescent pink is allowed as well as orange blaze. 'not a fan, im sticking traditional orange.' and no matter what color you go with, the key to a safe, successful hunt remains the same. 'know where everybody is at. know where youre shooting and whats beyond that point.' as one of wisconsins great traditions begins anew. carl deffenbaugh, fox6 news. 12 years after his service-- a milwaukee veteran is receiving the recognition he deserves.
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presented with the purple heart for his injuries sustained in fallujah, iraq back in 2004. the presentation ceremony took place along the lake front at the marine corps reserve-- attended by some of courtier's former team members. one of them praised courtier for the impact that his service had. "president ronald reagan once said, some people go through their entire life wondering if they made a difference in the world, but marines do not have that problem and kyle is one of those marines does not hav difference." courtier was a member a 23 person security detail for the commanding general of the marines' expeditionary force. airport workers at one of the country's busiest airports are threatening to strike during one of the busiest travel times of the year. hundreds of o'hare international airport workers have voted to go on strike ahead of the thanksgiving holiday. about 500 workers arguing for a 15- dollar hourly wage committed to the
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strike would slow, but not shut down one of the nation's busiest airports. the zika virus outbreak is no longer an international public health emergency. the world health organization announcing the decision today. this does not mean zika may not be a problem where you live.... but on a global level the spread of zika is under control. zika is spread mostly by infected mosquitoes and can cause birth defects in unborn children. the world health organization says it will now create a technical committee to handle zika research and right now, there is no vaccine or medicine to treat zika. a federal investigation has determined a barrier at the cincinnati zoo failed to meet safety standards... when harambe the gorilla was killed. the 17-year-old gorilla was shot in may-- after grabbing a 3-year-old boy who climbed the fence and fell into the enclosure. the zoo was issued a critical citation because of it. before the incident-- the zoo had not been cited for that particular barrier. the cincinnati zoo has since
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cameras to the enclosure. this is the aftermath of an s-u-v slamming into an apartment building in houston, texas. two twin children were injured -- they were inside the home with their parents at the time. they are expected to be okay. the driver was taken to the hospital, but his condition is unknown. investigations are ongoing to determine the cause of the crash, but officials say speed may have played a factor. a wisconsin mother is facing charges in the co-sleeping death of her infant. 26-year-old keshia waupoose was drunk when she fell asleep next to her three-month-old daughter on a makeshift bed in august of last year. they say the pair were sleeping on couch cushions--- not an actual crib mattress. police were later called to the home because the infant was not breathing. the baby was pronounced dead at the hospital. waupoose is charged with one count of second-degree reckless homicide. u.s. marshals say these two men were lifelong friends..when argument an in the street turned deadly. now one friend is dead and the other is wanted for murder.. fox6's jonathon gregg has this
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of events, "witnesses see him get out of the vehicle." compelling one man "some yelling back and forth." to kill a close friend. "yes. they were friends." but u.s. marshals say that's what tomorrow on wakeup -- forget shoveling snow -- shovel in the dough this holiday season. an experts shares tips on how to have a financially stress-free holiday. plus -- tomorrow on wakeup -- forget shoveling snow -- shovel in the dough this holiday season. an experts shares tips on how to have a financially stress-free holiday. plus -- the racine zoo joins us with some critters -- and the holly jolly events they have in store for the winter. that's tomorrow on wakeup -- we'll see you when you wake up. adlib to weather a wind advisory is in effect until 6pm saturday. staying overcast and windy this evening with the temperature quickly falling into the 30s. overnight lows will be right around freezing areawide so a rain/snow mix is possible in spots and flurries will likely linger into saturday morning. temperatures
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they'll only reach into the middle to upper 30s, but gusty winds will keep wind chills in the 20s. 10p open now at ten. talk about an abrupt change of seasons. thunderstorms this morning giving way to some blustery cold conditions. it's going to get even windier jonathon gregg fox6 new.s weighs 170lbs. he has short dark hair and brown eyes. he is a felon and currently wanted and charged for first degree reckless homicide. if you have an information on his whereabouts you can call
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