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"he had dreams he had aspirations that he wanted for himself and everyone around him " a teen... killed a week before his 20th birthday. now... new details about the victims of a deadly crash near 27th and capitol this weekend. plus - millions of americans... set to hit the roads or skies today for t need to know to safely reach your loved ones on time... straight ahead. good morning and welcome to wakeup! rob's weather rain continues as an area of low pressure moves across our region. we remain mild with highs in the low 40s. we should dry out as the low exits overnight but we stay cloudy with lows in the upper 30s. for those traveling today and tonight, snow is likely for northern wisconsin and wet roads are a concern locally. partly to mostly cloudy for our thanksgiving day with highs in the low 40s likely. we can expect more rain and possibly a few flakes
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monday. today: overcast with rain showers likely. high: 44 wind: se 5-15 mph tonight: cloudy. showers ending. low: 38 wind: sw/w 3-7 mph traffic check red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no triple-a is calling it the biggest thanksgiving rush in years! more than 48 million are expected to travel...including one million wisconsinites. so whether your
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fox6's deandra corinthios is live at mitchell airport with more triple-a says this week -- from wednesday to sunday -- will be the busiest thanksgiving travel week in nine years. and even though air fares were projected to increase 21 percent this thanksgiving...more people than years past are choosing to fly. air tr go up about one-point-six percent. triple a says they most popular destinations this year are on the west coast === ;as vegas or san fransisco to name a few. travelers using the weekend as a getaway...not necessarily visiting family. if you are one of the three million people flying this holiday weekend...arrive early. the t-s-a says they are prepared for the crowds but you'll still want to get to the airport roughly two hours -- before your flight. there have been a number of technical glitches with airline systems over the last few
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stranded for days and leading to a re-booking nightmare. which is why experts suggest you get to the airport prepared. we've already run into travelers with which is why experts suggest you get to the airport prepared. we've already run into travelers with issues: erin grant from hartford we were supposed to be leaving at 7 when we got here we were told it was changed to 5 pm but they went ahead and fixed and changed it to a different time so we can leave but we still have a plane triple a says 90 percent of wisconsinites will drive to their holiday destination. gas prices are the cheapest since 2008...in some areas below two dollars a gallon. the low gas prices...are tied to low oil prices. reporting live at mitchell airport deandra corinthios fox6
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a squad car involved in a crash near 27th and fond du lac. officials don't have a lot of information at this point....but say the crash was minor. it's unclear what caused the crash at this time. meanwhile... a crash shut down i-43 northbound near bender for an hour last night. it happened around midnight. officials not saying much at this time. we'll bring you any updates as we learn more. and police are investigating a nasty crash near 76th and layton. we're told one of the vehicles fled from a traffic stop in hales corners..and then ran a red light..and hit another vehicle. the suspect's vehc the driver of the fleeing vehicle and two people in the other car were injured... police investigating two shootings from overnight. we're told one of those taking place near 76th and thurston. police say a man was shot while driving -- and suffered a serious injury. he was taken to the hospital and is expected to survive. officials say the victim may not have been the intended target -- and that the shots were fired during a dispute. the other taking place near center and pierce. a 36-year-old man was shot while
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continue to investigate. we're learning more about the victims of a devastating accident near 27th and capitol. kim's in the newsroom with the latest. 19-year-old shawn oliver was killed saturday-- his cousin is fighting for his life. police say they were passengers in a car that tried to flee from police. officers tried to stop an 18-year-old woman because of a problem with her license plates. but she took off-- crashing into another car and a light pole. "i want justice she hurt a lot of lives and it wasnt just shawn it w who is fighting for his life " relatives tell us mario harrell broke his legs and his hips. he also suffered brain injury. charges will likely be filed against the driver in the coming days. coming up - prosecutors... now re-trying their case against a former officer who shot a black man during a traffic stop. what will be different about this trial... plus:
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another police officer... shot in the line of duty. the officer's condition... straight ahead. and wisconsin sent donald trump over the top on election night... but could it now be his undoing? why the clinton camp is being urged to challenge voter results here... rob adlibs to challenge voter results here...
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the fox 6 wakeup news. rain continues as an area of low pressure moves across our region. we remain mild with highs in the low 40s. we should dry out as the low exits overnight but we stay cloudy with lows in the upper 30s. for those traveling today and tonight, snow is likely for northern wisconsin and wet roads are a concern locally. partly to mostly cloudy for our thanksgiving day with highs in the low 40s likely. we can expect more rain and possibly a few flakes early friday but then we start warming and could hit 50 by monday. today: overcast with rain showers likely. high: 44 wind: se 5-15 mph tonight: cloudy. showers ending. low: 38 wind:
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across america - in detroit... we're learning the name of a police officer who was shot in the head last night. officials say wayne state university officer 29-year-old collin rose was trying to stop a man on a bicycle off campus... and that's when he was shot. "i heard was three gunshots one behind the other." "it's just shocking, it's scary to that nearby." rose is reportedly in critical condition this morning. he is a five year veteran of the force and works in the k-9 unit at the university police department. police are talking to a possible suspect. a former university of cincinnati police officer will be tried again in the shooting death of a black man during a traffic stop in july 2015. officer ray tensing was accused of killing sam dubose... but
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whether to convict ray tensing of murder or voluntary manslaughter. so the case ended in a mistrial a couple weeks ago. the state will request a change of venue. straight ahead - how a judge's ruling could change how millions of americans are paid... right before the holidays. plus - why data now suggests wisconsin could flip the white house blue this january... if clinton challenges results. and where milwaukee common council members are banning
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watching the fox 6 wakeup news. rain continues as an area of low pressure moves across our region. we remain mild with highs in the low 40s. we should dry out as the low exits overnight but we stay cloudy with lows in the upper 30s. for those traveling today and tonight, snow is likely for northern wisconsin and wet roads are a concern locally. partly to mostly cloudy for our thanksgiving day with highs in the low 40s likely. we can expect more rain and possibly a few flakes early friday but then we start warming and could hit 50 by monday. today: overcast with rain showers likely. high: windse 5-15 mph night: cloudy. showers
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traffic check red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays a federal judge... blocking the implementation of a new overtime law... while clinton supporters call for a challenge to election results. kim's following those developing stories in studio. a federal judge in texas... blocking the implementation of the new overtime rule... just a week before it's set to go into place. it would have made an estimated
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the country eligible for overtime pay starting december first. president barack obama imposed the law. but 21 states challenged it-- including wisconsin. attorney general brad schimel says he's "incredibly happy" the court put the rule on hold. he says "wisconsin must have the ability to set its own priorities and policies." meanwhile... new york magazine reporting a group of computer scientists believes the election results in three key swing states... may have been manipulated. one of thos urging the clinton campaign to call for an independent review ... and a recount in wisconsin, michigan and pennsylvania. donald trump won those states. but if all of those electoral college votes had gone to clinton, she could have won the presidency. anchors chat/toss to rob rob's weather rain continues as an area of low pressure moves across our
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we should dry out as the low exits overnight but we stay cloudy with lows in the upper 30s. for those traveling today and tonight, snow is likely for northern wisconsin and wet roads are a concern locally. partly to mostly cloudy for our thanksgiving day with highs in the low 40s likely. we can expect more rain and possibly a few flakes early friday but then we start warming and could hit 50 by monday. today: overcast with rain showers likely. high: 44 wind: se 5-15 mph tonight: cloudy. showers ending. low: 38 wind: sw/w 3-7 mph likely. high: 44 wind: se showers ending. low: 38 wind: sw/w 3-7 mph likely. high: 44 wind: se 5-15 mph tonight: cloudy.
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in your business headlines: chewing tobacco is no longer allowed at milwaukee sports venues. milwaukee common council members voted 14-to-one yesterday to adopt the ban. the move is meant to discourage big league ballplayers from "dipping" during games in milwauk bad example for kids to see their idols doing something bad for their health. by the start of next season, smokeless tobacco bans are expected to be in place at 11 of the 30 major league ballparks - not including milwaukee. a new phone... with an old twist. apple's retro plans... straight ahead. plus... snapchat... now facing a new rival when it comes to live streaming video. who's jumping into the game. and a giant turkey goes up in flames. why the video's being circulated... the day
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the low to mid 40s. right now
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are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. anchors adlib weather over live pic trending now - apple's all about the future... but that future might be a little old school when it comes to new cell phones. the u-s government has granted apple a patent for "flexible display devices" features a touch-screen smartphone with a that opens and closes like a it's unknown for sure if there is an i- phone flip-phone in the works... but apple's patents often provide a glimpse into what the company is thinking for the future. instagram... now going live. the photo sharing app introduced video live streaming... to rival snapchat. instagram's parent company facebook already has a similar live feature. facebook bought instagram for one- billion-dollars back in 2012. they tried to also buy snapchat
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many of you are probably getting your thanksgiving meals ready today. the u-s consumer product safety commission wants to make sure you're safe while cooking. turkey lowered, flames. the commission... lighting a turkey on fire... as a dramatic representation of cooking. experts warn to stay safe using those turkey fryers. from being easy to tip over and the use of hot oil, there are plenty of reasons to practice safety this holiday. at 6:30 - how an uber driver's mistaken phone call to the wrong person... led police to a stolen car. plus - the state's biggest food donation drive... happening today. how you can help stuff the
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need to know if you're traveling this weekend... on what's set to be the busiest thanksgiving in a
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wakeup news. it is a lesson learned for me. i will never do it again. what was supposed to be an easy craigslist sale-- takes a turn. how the seller's car got stolen... and how the suspect was captured. it's is one of the busiest travel days acro planning to hit the road or the airport today. anchors adlib welcome back rob's weather rain continues as an area of low pressure moves across our region. we remain mild with highs in the low 40s. we should dry out as the low exits overnight but we stay cloudy with lows in the upper 30s. for those traveling today and tonight, snow is likely for northern wisconsin and wet roads are a concern locally. partly to mostly cloudy for our thanksgiving day with highs in the low 40s likely. we can expect more rain and possibly a
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50 by monday. today: overcast with rain showers likely. high: 44 wind: se 5-15 mph tonight: cloudy. showers ending. low: 38 wind: sw/w 3-7 mph = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays
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next few days triple a projects this thanksgiving holiday will be the busiest since 2007. deandra corinthios is checking on how things are going at mitchell airport...she's live with the latest this is the most traveled holiday of the year according to triple a so be prepared for lines...and delays.. as long as you arrive early you should be okay. an driving... hitting the road early will help too triple a says of the one million wisconsinites expected to travel this thanksgiving weekend...about 90 percent will drive. if you want to avoid congestion triple a says avoid traveling today or sunday... experts say the increase is due to an improving economy...consumer confidence...and low gas prices...which are the cheapest since 2008. in some areas...a gallon of regular unleaded is below two dollars. if you're flying...airfares have
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a 21 percent increase this thanksgiving. but air travel is still expected to go up about one-point-six percent. and the top destinations--are on the west coast. we asked a frequent flier why he was expecting such large crowds. more families have better income more jobs you see more people travel i travel a lot...in europe and canda a lot three times a year i'm gone 262 airports busier in europe canada and here triple a says travelers should arrive at the airport early...2 hours ahead of your flight is a good idea. and come prepared with all your documentation, plus contact information for your airline...or have their app downloaded...so you can deal with any potential delays or glitches. live from mitchell airport deandra corinthios fox6 news. breaking news now. the
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examiner investigating a baby death. the 3-month old died overnight on the city's northwest side. in a tweet this morning the m-e says preliminary investigation shows it may have been from co-sleeping. an autopsy will be scheduled later today. and police are investigating a crash that left three people injured. it happened just after midnight near 76th and layton. police say one of the vehicles fled from a traffic stop in hales corners..and then ran a red light..and hit another vehicle at that intersection.. the suspect's vehicle burst into flames. the driver of the two people in the other car were injured... only on fox6... charges filed against a man accused of firing at a milwaukee police officer. nicole's following this in the newsroom and nicole... the judge called this man a "substantial flight risk." bail has been set at 100-thousand dollars for dabreon day-bree-on jefferson. the 23-year-old winced when hearing the amount in court yesterday. last week, police were called to 26th and atkinson for reports
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neighborhood. police say jefferson was seen peeking into homes and was asked to place his hands in the air. police say he fired once at the officer using a stolen gun and ran. jefferson told police the gun simply discharged in its own when he moved. jefferson missed court dates for unrelated charges in april and was wanted in waukesha county. my perception of the facts here and in waukesha county, all all suggest intense fleeing and rejecting of responsobility. if convicted... jefferson faces an update now on the overdose death of former 3 doors down guitarist matthew roberts. fox 6 has learned a physician from alabama has been federally charged in connection to the death. roberts died at the west bend hampton inn back in august while visiting from alabama. west bend police worked with officials in alabama. they found doctor richard snellgrove prescribed the drugs roberts
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he thought he was closing an easy deal on his car... but that milwaukee man turned into a robbery victim. angelica's in studio with this fox6 exclusive. mechanic patrick berry met up with 20-year-old kumasi wallace after wallace responded to a craigslist ad. berry says wallace asked to look under the hood... but then took off in berry's car. berry was on his way to the police station when he got a asking where wallace was. investigators say wallace had given the driver berry's number, but made a mistake giving the driver his actual name. police were able to locate berry's car a block from wallace's house... and make an arrest. it ended really happy for me. i was so proud of the police department and how quickly they worked. berry says from now on, he will only sell cars in designated areas at police departments. police were able to
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theft. if convicted he faces 12 years behind bars. wisconsin's largest food drive... now underway at the brookfield south pick n save. "stuff the bus" ... aiming to donate 100-thousand meals through food and financial donations. carl's live with more on the
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security measures... now being
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attacks on a thanksgiving day tradition. and protests... now planned for a second straight year... on the busiest shopping day of the season. and notre dame's season this year... far from relevant... but that doesn't matter. the academic violations... that are throwing the fighting irish back in the headlines. showers off and on all day with highs in the 40s. right now . your thanksgiving day forecast next. ....our weather expert rob haswell showers off and on all day with highs in the 40s. right now . your thanksgiving day forecast next. ....our we
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wakeup news. rob's weather rain continues as an area of low pressure moves across our region. we remain mild with highs in the low 40s. we should dry out as the low exits overnight but we stay cloudy with lows in the upper 30s. for those traveling today and tonight, snow is likely for northern wisconsin and wet roads are a concern locally. partly to mostly cloudy for our thanksgiving day with highs in the low 40s likely. we can expect more rain and possibly a few flakes early friday but then we start warming and could hit 50 by monday. today: overcast with rain showers likely. high: 44 wind: se- mphnight: cloudy. sw/w 3-7ptraffic check redo = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on
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horrifying school bus crash in chattanooga... ... and police... ramping up security ahead of thanksgiving. angelica's following the latest from across america. a school bus driver in tennessee is charged with vehicular homicide-- after the deaths of five children. court papers show johnthony walker was driving well over the posted speed limit - of 30 miles an yesterday and wrapped the bus around a tree. a mother told reporters that walker asked the children if they were "ready to die" shortly before the crash. six children remain in intensive care. in new york... an unprecedented amount of security is expected for macy's thanksgiving day parade tomorrow. more than 3-thousand officers... including heavily armed counter- terrorism units and explosive detecting dogs... will be posted along the entire two and a half mile route. more than 80 salt and sand trucks will be parked at every
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possible car bombs from infiltrating the parade. police arrested a brookyln man two days ago... for planning to drive a truck through times square... just like the attack in france that killed more than 80 people. for a second straight year, protestors will attempt to disrupt black friday shopping along the mag mile in chicago... hundreds of demonstrators marched on north michigan avenue last year... following the release of the video of the fatal police shooting of laquan mcdonald. the protests forced many businesses to close early... on one of the busiest shopping days of the year. will be drawing attention to gun violence, racism, and police brutality. ? the protest is expected to begin at 10 a-m on black friday, at the old water tower. president elect donald trump... sitting down with the new york times... after canceling it yesterday morning. staff at the meeting said mr. trump told the times he had great respect for the paper... but thought it had treated him "very rough." mr trump also said he wouldn't
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open mind about the paris climate agreement. additionally... he said it was never his intent to energize the "alt-right" and said if that happened, he wants to find out why. turning to the president elect's cabinet plans... sources say south carolina governor nikki haley has been tapped to serve as ambassador to the u-n. she is the first woman to be added to mr. trump's cabinet. an official announcement is expected later today. former republican nominee mitt romney is said to be seriously of state. he met mr. trump this past weekend at the president elect's golf retreat in bedminister, new jersey to discuss the possible job offer. during the election... 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. meanwhile... ben carson's name is once again being floated - this time for housing secretary. the secretary of housing and urban development oversees federal public housing programs and
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and housing discrimination. if nominated-- carson would have to be confirmed by the senate. last week... reports emerged that carson declined an offer for secretary of health and human services. it's unclear whether he would take the job. it's a warning for anyone with a special kid on their christmas list. the toys you can find online may not actually be safe to play with. jenna sachs with the contact 6 report ... on trouble in toyland. hover craft ... or that child's instrument ... a word of warning ... we know that children will play hard with it, will pull things off. they're curious, they're trying to learn and we need to have a safe environment for them to learn. the wispirg foundation's 'trouble in toyland' report is out. focusing on toys that have been recalled ... for reasons that include choking hazards, high levels of lead or noise ... and batteries or chargers that
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online for recalled toys and of the 44 recalled toys they were able to find 16 that are available for sale online. like these pull toys ... which wispirg says have wheels that can break off ... and pose a choking hazard. or this pencil case ... with magnets they say can come off ... and if ingested ... cause serious internal injuries. or these light up watches ... which can break and cause skin irritation or burns. we also have to look at the materials that are used. the report says this glockenspiel high levels on lead on its pink bar. just a little bit is very toxic. the toy industry association disputes that there's 'trouble in toyland' ... it says many of these toys were recalled ... because of ongoing regulatory vigilance. it says in part ... "u.s. toy safety requirements are among the strictest in the world, with more than 100+ standards and tests in place." and to check and see if one of your kids toys is a choking hazard simply drop it through an empty toilet paper roll. for the full report you can go to our website fox6now.com. im jenna
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rob's weather rain continues as an area of low pressure moves across our region. we remain mild with highs in the low 40s. we should dry out as the low exits overnight but we stay cloudy with lows in the upper 30s. for those traveling today and and wet roads are a concern locally. partly to mostly cloudy for our thanksgiving day with highs in the low 40s likely. we can expect more rain and possibly a few flakes early friday but then we start warming and could hit 50 by monday. today: overcast with rain showers likely. high: 44 wind: se 5-15 mph tonight: cloudy. showers ending. low: 38 wind:
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thanksgiving day with highs in the low 40s likely. we can expect more rain and possibly a few flakes early friday but then we start warming and could hit 50 by monday. today: overcast with rain showers likely. high: 44 wind: se 5-15 mph tonight: cloudy. showers ending. low: 38 wind:
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the badgers are moving on up. they're now 6th in the rankings... behind alabama... ohio state... michigan... clemson... and washington. the best path to the big ten championship game is to beat minnesota in saturday's season finale for the
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13th straight time... and win the west. the fighting irish... 4 and 7 this season... but still making headlines regardless. that's because the team will now have to vacate their wins from the 2012-2013 season. this comes after the ncaa found the irish guilty of academic misconduct. a former student trainer did coursework for 2 players and gave academic benefits to 6 others.... notre dame is also on probation for the year as a result of the investigation. that the irish will have to give up 21 wins - including all of the ones from the 2012 season in which they reached the bcs national championship. meanwhile... a mizzou tutor... also under fire this morning. according to sports illustrated... a former missouri tutor has come forward... to admit she took courses for student-athletes. officials won't say which sports were involved. the school has notified the n-c-
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friendly movie out now... that could help make this rainy wednesday fly by. and an emotional moment that almost wasn't. how ellen nearly missed her chance to be awarded the presidential medal of freedom. and carl's stuffing the bus this morning - good morning!
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no more games, jerry. you saw the deal and hustled to u.s. cellular to get yourself the samsung galaxy s7 and 500 bucks. maybe. "maybe," jer-bear? hmm? got your phone and your $500 and put it under your own tree. that's your writing! you after santa's job? it was a one-day deal. sorry, santa. it's no crime to gift yourself. get a samsung galaxy s7 this friday
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president barack obama... hosting his final medal of freedom ceremony. president obama lauded the 21 recipients for "helping to push america forward and inspiring millions." the medal of freedom is the highest civilian honor. among the recipients: retired basketball stars michael jordan and kareem abdul-jabbar, bill and melinda gates, tom hanks, broadcaster vin scully and diana ross. almost didn't get her moment in the spotlight at all. ellen degeneres may be a famous celebrity... but that actually doesn't mean anything without an i-d. she tweeted: they haven't let me in to the white house yet because i forgot my i-d. hashtag not joking. she got in a little more than an hour later. don't worry - she didn't miss the president's speech about her.
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things that bind us together, inspired us to be better, one joke, one dance at a time." and while ellen may have been goofing off before... just look at how emotional she got when the president gave her the medal of freedom. parents - looking for something fun to do before thanksgiving? moana... the latest disney film... opens in theaters today! "it's actually hero of men." "what?" shapeshifter, demigod of sea, hero of men. i interrupted. from the top. hero of men. ok, go." it's the story of a young polynesian girl who uses her navigation skills to find the demi god maui to help save her people. the movie stars dwayne johnson as maui. hamilton creator lin manuel miranda is one of the composers
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now at seven -- a soggy start here in wisconsin as millions of americans hit the road for it's one of the busiest travel days of the year --- your looking live at our d-o-t cam and at the mitchell airport. chief meterologist rob haswell will have your holiday forecast coming up. "an attack on a police officer is an attack on all of us." and it's happened again -- another police officer is shot while in the line of duty. this time in detroit. ahead who police are questioning about the crime. good morning and welcome back to wakeup!

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