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allen bowl. and we will have in boulder, utah and colorado, as the buckss try to punch their ticket to the pac-12 championship game. >> brady: you look at some of those matchups, alabama has already got the sec west locked up. florida clinched the sec east, so they will be playing against one another and that is easy championship. look at coleman, just continues to keep driving. we talked about myles gaskin taking over with coleman being quiet, it was versus arizona state where gaskin started the game, and really was the featured back, and it has been that ever since. >> joe: are you going to spend thanksgiving at home this year? >> brady: i will get a chance to, and am happy to do so with my wife and obviously my newborn baby, she is a little over four months. >> joe: minus five months
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coleman one more time. for a first down. so washington, for the first time since 2000, will reach ten wins. still very much alive in the hunt for the playoffs. they certainly control their own destiny to a pac-12 title, and as we have made the case as this night has rolled on, you figure controlling their own destiny in the playoff hunt, too. >> brady: they have knocked call them arrival, but beat oregon, who had a strong streak against washington. now arizona state who had won ten straight against the huskies. so chris petersen checking a lot of these matchups in the pac-12 off the list. >> joe: arizona state, meanwhile, loses five in a row for the first time since the end of the 2011 season. that ended dennis erickson's
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territorial cup to become bowl eligible. jake browning, 338 yards and two touchdowns, john ross a career-high 12 catches for him tonight. arizona state kept him in front 14 yards. they have so many other ways to be you and they showed it tonight. >> brady: it was really their ability to capitalize off of turnovers, the two turnovers for arizona state turn into ten points early and started the momentum. >> joe: time for the taste of winning sponsored by coca-cola, down to jenny. >> jenny: coach, the message was a win and we control our destiny how pleased are you with the overall performance question right >> well, to get a win, we are always pleased. i think we have a few things to clean up, and that is why we practice. >> jenny: your defense continues to be your backbone, kevin king without interception early change the momentum. has a defense exceeded your expectations is here? >> well, we knew we had good
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like we expected them to play, i am proud of them. >> jenny: you are off to a good start with ten wins this season, the first time since 2000. but i know next week at the big rivalry, how confident are you in preparing for that match up with washington state? >> they are a heck of a team, it will be a great game. >> jenny: okay, best of luck, thanks. >> joe: all right, jenny. thanks to coach petersen, the first win against arizona state as i i head coach of washington. wee are back here to seattle ia moment. eyeing all year. ? ?happiness is? ?happiness is? ?different things to different people? ?different things to different people? [gasp] the gift they're waiting for is waiting on ebay. ?that's what happiness is? new, unique, and everything in between.
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>> joe: washington is 10-1, with a 44-18 win over tomorrow, start your sunday with "fox nfl kickoff" and america's number one pregame show, and then it's the bears and giants and other regional action bread coverage beginning tomorrow at 11:00 a.m. eastern on fox. huge slate of games coming up next weekend, including the apple cup and chris petersen's bunch against washington state, that is on friday, and we will have utah and colorado on saturday with the south division
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for jenny taft, brady quinn, and the rest of our crew, joe davis saying so long from seattle.
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w, it's wisconsin lottery's $15 holiday scratch game, unwrap the cash. ironically elf-themed, this festively-fun gift put a bunch of us into early retirement. old-school gifts can't compete! so on my 400th workaversary, i moved on to greener pastures! see you on the green! okay! what a gift! only on fox 6: a teacher's car is stolen. she says a student did it!
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still missing. fox 6's ashley sears is live in the newsroom to explain. kristin bessler says her keys were taken from her coat pocket inside her classroom. she was stunned when surveillance captured who did it. 38:30 it was surprising to see this happen at all. it's a mystery that begins with a keychain-- tuesday afternoon-- when 8th grade teacher, kristin bessler was leaving the she noticed--a very important key was gone. 47:50 i take these out and clip my school keys on and then i grab for my car key and i walk out the door with my car key, but it was missing. and when she looked for her 2007 buick rendezvous-- 36:36 i walked outside and noticed my car was missing. it was gone too. bessler reported the theft to police. and came to school the next day--suspicious of who might have stolen it.
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isnt? her biggest fear--confirmed she says by surveillance. a student from her 8th grade english class--caught on camera driving away in her car. 37:51 it was shocking to see. it was gut wrenching to see. ' bessler says the student confessed to school administrators and they called authorities--who told them to send the 14-year-old home. when police went to take the kid into custody--he had vanished. 39:35 we know who he is, but we dont have him. bessler is frustrated--both the suspect are gone. but keeping hope--it's not the end. 42:25 i just think everyone deserves to get answers. the stolen vehicle is a black 2007 buick rendezvous. police say they continue to seek the suspect and the stolen vehicle. and tell us this case will be present to the milwaukee county district attorney's office in the coming days. live in the newsroom, ashley sears fox 6 news.
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sheep are killed... after a fire destroys a barn in richmond. it happened late last night. officials say the winds helped the fire grow fast... and made it difficult for crews battling the blaze at first. no firefighters were injured - and the fire was contained to the barn. the cause is under investigation - and the loss is expected to cost roughly 125-thousand dollars. several lanes of traffic were shut down in kenosha county this flames. the wind-- bouncing the camera around. crews were called to the scene on i-41 at county road m-l at about 4-20. the kenosha county sheriff's department says an electrical fire started in the car. all lanes have since re-opened. no one was injured. new at 10-- a wisconsin company lands four government contracts... worth roughly 3-billion dollars. logistics health incorporated - based in la crosse - will
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thousand vets-- and people leaving the armed forces-- across nearly 40 states... d-c... and puerto rico. the company expects the contracts to double its workforce to nearly 25-hundred employees within the next year... in fields including nursing... data processors...and i-t. a wauwatosa-based company... now making national headlines... after its c-e-o criticized republicans who voted for president-elect donald trump. the milwaukee business journal reports the c-e-o of penzeys that "the open embrace of racism by the republican party in this election... is now unleashing a wave of ugliness unseen in the country for decades." he followed that email up with a facebook post... saying he did not believe all republicans are racist - just those who voted for the president-elect... and called on them to "take ownership" and "make amends."
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president-elect's harshest critics on the campaign trail... but today... mitt romney sat down with mr. trump. romney had called mr. trump a phoney... while the president-elect called him a "stone cold loser" .... but the two men seem to be moving on. they met for an hour today at mr. trump's private golf course in new jersey... as the president-elect works to form his cabinet. romney wouldn't respond to questions about joining the administration... but said he was glad he could meet with the president- elect. "we had a far-reaching conversation with regards to various theaters in the world united states of real significance, we discussed those areas and exchanged our views on those topics. president-elect trump said he thought the meeting "went great." meanwhile... president-elect donald trump sounds off on social media... after agreeing to pay 25- million dollars to settle three lawsuits against trump
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business. this morning... the president-elect tweeted: "i settled the trump university lawsuit for a small fraction of the potential award... because as president i have to focus on our country." he added: "the only bad thing about winning the presidency... is that i did not have the time to go through a long but winning trial on trump u. too bad!" it's that time of the year-- gun deer hunting season is now officially underway. fox6s angelica sanchez tells us the weather the hunt. 'my favorite part is shooting deer' the newest to the most experienced of hunters are gearing up for the dairy state's 2016 gun deer hunting season. experts say saturdays frigid temperatures and high wind conditions played a role in a low number of deer kills. "it was cold it was windy there was not a lot of moving around." dnr biologist tom isaac explains
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previous years but the lack of snow is a challenge. 'usually when theres snow it gives a little better background where you can see in the woods and through the woods without snow its a little harder.' there are convenient changes hunters are adjusting to this year. 'this year is the year for a lot of changes our tags are different theyre now made of paper...hunters can print out their own tags at home.' for days staff at the family owned gehrings meat market in hartford have been preparing for the rush 'we have uncles and cousins who come and help so its kind of a family affair here.' this is a popular stop where a hunter can bring their prized kill and have it made into everything from sausage meat to hamburger patties --- many are original recipies. 'we try to do things at a reasonable price we do things the best we can. were not perfect but we strive to be. hunters like karl say theres more to the tradition than just deer. ' the beauty of nature is
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listening for deer and then you have all this other wildlife to enjoy as well.' shop managers anticipate sunday and monday to be the busiest of their days as always state officials are encouraging safety this season. reporting in hartford i'm angelica sanchez fox6 news if you went deer hunting this weekend, we want to see your photos! go to fox6 now dot com to view and submit photos from the new hunting season. tonight... but it will still be very cold. does it get any better for sunday? stephanie barichello is in the weather office with more." weather clouds will slowly clear this evening and overnight but we stay chilly and breezy with lows in the 20s and wind chills in the teens. more sunshine for sunday with light winds and high temperatures in the middle 30s. back into the 40s which is
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in for the afternoon and evening.rain will wrap up early thursday morning so the majority of thanksgiving will be dry with highs in the middle 40s. tonight: a few clouds. low: 22 wind: nw 5-15 mph sunday: mostly sunny and chilly. high: 36 wind: nw 5-10 mph monday: mostly sunny. am low: 21 high: 39 wind: ne 5-10 mph track the weather anywhere. just download the fox six storm center app. it's free for apple and android devices.
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putting- off raking up your leaves... good news... you have some extra time to get it done. the deadline is now tomorrow. fox 6s derica williams with why procrastinators should be thanking mother nature. the picturesque colors of autumn are quickly coming to an end... nats trees now bare their the last of the leaves fall. asking everyone to rake out all they can through this weekend since weather was unseasonably warm...foliage clung to the trees longer milwaukees department of public works has extended its collection deadline to sunday november 20th. we grow to 100 pieces of equipment picking up leaves right now saturday crews scanned the streets picking up consolidated piles. the leaves are packed onto trucks and taken away. last year sanitation staff collected more than 16,000 tons of leaves which is incredible considering how they are going to be recycled and reused
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not going to a landfill we are collecting them and send in them to a commercial compost site where its made into soil products and that with sold in bulk or bagged in retails stores nats recent high winds and frigid temperatures are a sure sign winter weather is fast approaching, so this weekend, its imperative the community does its part. we are trying to get all of this leaf mass up so they dont clog up the sewers and drains its always a challenge getting leaves up before we are halted by it takes about two weeks for for leaf collection operations to cycle through the city, so theres still time to hit the curb. in milwaukee derica williams fox 6 news. if residents miss the deadline... you are encouraged to mulch the leaves on your own and leave them on the lawn... compost them... or take them to a city
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air in downtown milwaukee... as the 2016 holiday parade rolled down kilbourne avenue. 100 groups walked, rode, and marched on this brisk morning - and as julie collins shows us... the weather put many into the spirit. from its start in 1927, the milwaukee holiday parade is a cherished tradition. 'this just brings the community together and gets everybody something and its an exciting time of year, so i think its fun for everybody.' sue vincent is the corporate controller at johnson controls - the company that is the lead sponsor for the parade. the employees can be seen pushing shopping carts for food donations as a part of the hunger tasks force food for families drive. 'if everybody gave 1 or 2 things they can really make a difference.' the schmifs have enjoyed the parade for years with their kids - this time theyre kids are marching! 'its fun! its fun to watch them, its fun to see the whole
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highschool band has many fans in the crowd today - the blisner family is also listening in for their daughter. 'we were debating this morning if we want to sit on a couch and watch it but were recording at home so we thought if theyre braving the elements then wed come too. its a lot of fun!' and the cold hasnt stopped many - 'gotta get them all bundled up, get their snow pants on get them prepared for it anyways to keep them warm out here.' the weather wont keep these heart wisconsinites awa winter. its wisconsin.' 'after the parade many had the opportunity to take a selfie with santa at the boston store. reporting in milwaukee, julie collins. fox 6 news.' if you missed the parade this morning... you can watch it on our website - fox 6 now dot com. coming up - how a little rivalry on the football field... could help bring the community together-- off the field. plus - as we countdown to thanksgiving... one of wisconsin's own... preparing for a moment in the
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as nasa launches a new satellite. ...what that satellite will be watching - straight ahead. break you are watching fox 6 news at
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community members and police officers gathered in sherman park this afternoon.... for a feast and football. participants played in two flag football games... with free food available to everyone who came out. fifty pre-selected families received turkeys and thanksgiving meal cards from the hunger task force. kohl's also donated hundreds of pairs of women's winter boots at the event today. it's a huge honor for hundreds the high school's marching band will perform for an audience of millions during thursday's macy's thanksgiving day parade. our jonathon gregg caught the bands very last practice before the band hits the road. sure... you could call this a "practice" "then you pick whatever tune you're on. do you get it?" but you better believe "this is pretty exciting." members of the greendale marching band "we're proud of greendale." know their music frontwards and back. "the last week or so the kids have been
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everything down to what they need." so maybe this isn't so much a practice as it is a "thank you." "hey did you like that!?" for the unmeasurable support the music department has received. 18 months ago they found out about this and it has been a ot of fundraising, a lot of activities, a lot of team." tom reifenberg is the director of bands. leading 270 students onto the school's thanksgiving day parade. "we leave at 3 am tomorrow and heading out to new york and doing some sightseeing and rehearsing wednesday and and performing thursday in front of millions and millions of people." on saturday -- the band took a victory lap around the high school track, "this has just been one of the best things for the city. showcasing what millions will see thursday on network television. "you can see by the crowd here today. i mean i'm just a random mom that
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excited for them." 900 parents, friends and relatives are joining the bandwagon to new york city. "i love it. i love watching them." everyone else will be singing their praises from home. "people in the crowd let the band know you'll be watching!" in greendale, jonathon gregg fox6 news. the greendale marching band will perform two pieces during the parade, justin timberlake's "can't stop the feeling" and a mary poppins melody. goes-r , america's most advanced weather eye in the sky." nasa... launching a one-billion dollar satellite for the national oceanic and atmospheric administration this afternoon. the satellite will orbit a little more than 22-thousand miles above the u-s.
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tornadoes... and other major weather elements. and stephanie... you watched the launch earlier... that new satellite's going to launch earlier... that new satellite's going to be a big deal for you, right? weather clouds will slowly clear this evening and
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wind chills in the teens. more sunshine for sunday with light winds and high temperatures in the middle 30s. back into the 40s which is normal by tuesday with showers moving in evening.rain will wrap up early thursday morning so the majority of thanksgiving will be dry with highs in the middle 40s. tonight: a few clouds. low:
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mostly sunny and chilly. high: 36 wind: nw 5-10 mph monday: mostly sunny. am low: 21 high: 39 wind: ne 5-10 mph tuesday: cloudy with afternoon showers high: 45 wind: se 5-15 mph wednesday:cloudy with rain likely. am low: 38 high: 48 wind: sw 5-15 mph thursday: decreasing clouds. am low: 36 high:
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mostly cloudy with sprinkles possible. am low: 34 high: 43 wind: nw 5-10 mph clouds will slowly clear this evening and overnight but we stay chilly and breezy with lows in the 20s and wind chills in the teens. more sunshine for sunday with light the middle 30s. back into the 40s which is normal by tuesday with showers moving in for the afternoon and evening.rain will wrap up early thursday morning so the majority of thanksgiving will be dry with highs in the middle 40s. tonight: a few clouds. low: 22 wind: nw 5-15 mph sunday: mostly sunny and chilly. high: 36 wind: nw 5-10 mph monday: mostly sunny. am low: 21 high: 39 wind: ne 5-10 mph tuesday: cloudy with afternoon showers likely. am low: 30 high: 45 wind: se 5-15 mph wednesday:cloudy with rain likely. am low: 38 high: 48 wind: sw 5-15 mph thursday: decreasing clouds. am low: 36 high: 45 wind: nw 5-10 mph friday: mostly cloudy with sprinkles possible. am low:
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the badgers make a trip to indiana in hopes of going back in 2 weeks. we'll show you how they took a step towards that goal next. and a father of one of the packers follows in his son's footsteps. the amazing story of joe thomas senior is coming up. john, we're giving you a raise. that's fantastic! but i'm gonna pass. are you ok?
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