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it's important to get this message out because times are changing, prices are going up, its getting harder to buy things a struggling every single day. now at 7-- a national "day of disruption" why workers are protesting in milwaukee and across the country this morning. plus.. a key deadline for wisconsin's presidential election recount. what has to happen today in order for the process to move forward. and their losing streak is broken! the packers pick up a win on the road. the key plays that led the green and gold to
wakeup! time now x:xx weather we dry out today after record breaking rainfall in milwaukee yesterday. expect a mix of clouds and sun with breezy conditions and highs in the mid 50s. more clouds move in tonight keeping us warm in the low to upper 30s. areas of drizzle ad with mostly cloudy skies and temperatures in the low to mid 40s. cooler by saturday with highs struggling to reach 40. today: partly sunny, breezy and warm. high: 56 wind: sw
traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays we are following breaking news this morning --- a deadly plan crash in colombia is under investigation. members of a brazilian soccer team were on the flight. nicole is in the newsroom with details. 76 people are dead after a plane went down overnight in colombia. the plane ended up going down in medellin ...after declaring an emergency.it's not clear what caused the crash ... but the area was hit with heavy rain and thunderstorms. colombian police say that six
further notice. its a countdown until the recount! if its going to happen today is the deadline for the jill stein campaign to come up with the money. fox 6s derica williams joins us from city hall with the very latest theres now a price tag for a recount of the presidential election in million dollars. and the jill stein campaign has until today to pay it. as for how the recount would be conducted, thats bit more complicated. right now, the state elections commission is letting each county decide whether to do it by hand or by machine. the stein campaign has asked a dane county judge to order that all ballots be recounted by hand. the racine county clerk is planning to do mostly by machine but will recount the receipts from
everything was by hand... sometimes, individual counts are off and instead of counting that set of ballots and matching it with the number of voters in the poll book, youre counting it two or three times instead and that does kind of hold us up. the milwaukee county clerk says having the recount by hand could jeopardize making the december 12 deadline. the dane county c regardless since the stein campaign is worried about the possibility the machines were hacked. all of the county clerks we talked to though...say such a hack is extremely unlikely since the machines arent connected to the internet. if all goes as planned, the wisconsin election commission timeline is for the recount to begin this thursday at 9 am. the first wisconsin recount observer training will be
across the country-- including here in milwaukee --- are protesting for minimum wage rise. a group gathered near the mcdonalds near 9th and north about an hour ago --- demanding a 15-dollar-an-hour wage. other demonstrations are planned for today here in milwaukee. at one, workers and community leaders will rally at city hall. there's also a protest planning for this evening at five o'clock. community leaders and elected officials are plannin miller park way. right now, in milwaukee county the minimum wage will be gradually increased to 15 dollars an hour by 2022. and part of that fight for 15 - hundreds of workers at chicago's o'hare international airport will strike today. they waited until after the thanksgiving holiday to strike... that's because they want the public's support and said they didn't want to interfere with anyone's holiday plans. classes will are back in session today at ohio state university.
monday. today we're learning more about the suspect. angelica is here with details. the entire ohio state university campus was put on lockdown yesterday when a student drove a car into a crowd and attacked people with a knife. it's just not the students who go to school here that count. it's anybody who ever touched this place.....who will think and be affected by what happened 11-people were hurt in the attack. the suspect has been identified as 18 year-old student of somali descent. investigators are looking at a facebook page they believe is his. they say the page has complaints about attacks on muslims... posted shortly before the rampage. meanwhile -- here in southeastern wisconsin -- carroll university's emergency planning team will discuss yesterday's attack during its next weekly meeting. carroll university is expanding its emergency notification system to include alerting the campus
surrounding a popular tourist spot in tennessee... ahead on wake up --- a look at the dangers firefighters are facing. clark meets with president elect donald trump. what job the law enforment leader is in the running for. and delta bans a man for life from it's flights. coming up --- what he did to be placed on the airline's no fly list. and carl is live at the skylight music theatre.
you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. we dry out today after record breaking rainfall in milwaukee yesterday. expect a mix of clouds and sun with breezy conditions and highs in the mid 50s. more clouds move in tonight keeping us warm in the low to upper 30s. areas of drizzle and flurries possible wednesday and thursday with mostly cloudy skies and temperatures in the low to mid 40s. cooler by
breezy and warm. high: 56 wind: sw 10-20 mph dick adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays skylight music theatre's latest yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays skylight music theatre's latest show is a tony-award winning musical, that was eventually turned into a hollywood movie
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takes action after a flight is disrupted by a political rant. a man whose profanity-laces screams about his support for dona the carrier for life. donald trump baby. the airline made that call to ban him, after this video surfaced showing him aggressively insulting hillary clinton supporters on a recent flight from atlanta to pennsylvania. delta is refunding the tickets for the passengers on the flight. this video has been viewed on facebook more than two million
tourist in tennessee were forced to evacuate overnight. and possible travel troubles across the country --- where hundred of workers are walking off the job. country --- where hundred of workers are walking off the job. luzader says "..will mitt romney score a job in the new trump administration? i'm should find out pretty soon. we'll
now at 7-30 --- the transition of power continues as president elect prepares for more meetings for secretary of state today. ahead why milwaukee sheriff david calrke was meeting with mister trump. thanks for staying with wakeup.. time now x:xx.. kim, nicole and angelica adlib toss to wx forecast from fox6 meteoroo we dry out today after record breaking rainfall in milwaukee yesterday. expect a mix of clouds and sun with breezy conditions and highs in the mid 50s. more clouds move in tonight keeping us warm in the low to upper 30s. areas of drizzle and
mostly cloudy skies and temperatures in the low to mid 40s. cooler by saturday with highs struggling to reach 40. anchor adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays a plane carrying members of one of brazil's soccer teams crashes overnight in colombia. at least 75 people are dead ---- jessob is in the newsroom with details. because of the deadly crash --- the south american soccer federation has canceled all activities until further notice. the plane went down on its way to medellin's international airport...and at least six people survived the crash ---
people on board the plane. authorities say the plane declared an emergency during the flight, because of an electrical failure. it's not clear what caused the crash ... but the area was hit with heavy rain and thunderstorms. the timeline for the tally has been set and today is the day that we will know if there will be a presidential recount. fox 6s derica willa live from city hall with the latest developments. today is the deadline for green party candidate jill stein to pay the 3 and a half million dollar estimated cost by this afternoon or the whole thing is off. she says she has the money. as of now, president-elect donald trump leads hillary clinton by 22-thousand votes in wisconsin. stein got barely 1 percent of the vote. county clerks are
will have until december 12th to finish. the state is up against a december 13th deadline to have the results of the recount certified, and elections officials say that will be a challenge in some counties. its going to reassure wisconsin voters that we have a fair system, that were not counting illegal votes, were not counting dead peoples votes monday, stein sued the wisconsin elections commission in dane county court, asking a judge ballots by hand. unless the judge agrees, clerks will be able to hand-count or feed the ballots through voting machines, which is faster. the commission rejected claims that wisconsin's voting machines were hacked. members say that would be impossible, because the machines aren't hooked up to the internet. as for the, the first wisconsin recount observer training that will be conducted tonight at 6:30 in
continues. milwaukee county sheriff david clarke meets with president-elect donald trump -- as he continues to fill cabinet positions. this is video of his arrival at trump tower yesterday. clarke's name had been bounced around for a possible spot in the president-elect's administration... possibly for a homeland security position. he's been an outspoken supporter of mister trump throughout his presidential campaign. another meeting of rivals today as president-elect donald trump once again sits down with former g-o-p nominee mitt romney. fox's doug la from washington. the trump team says to expect some more announcements today, but, the big story really revolves secretary of state -- and, we know that mitt romney is meeting with donald trump again today for what could either be a second job interview or perhaps, a no thank you from the president-elect. he's done it once. he's doing it again. after
ago... mitt romney will once again make his pitch -- this time heading to new york for a private dinner with trump. but, competition for secretary of state is stiff -- and, romney not only faces a growing field of contenders, but, some within trump's inner circle -- including his campaign manager, kellyanne conway -- have expressed skepticism of romney. and, some see this as the beginning of the end for him. stoddard says "..i think romney is going to get the shiv at the dinner tomorrow night. i think it also could up on that list. there's still the potential for surprise." so, who's moving up on the list? it may be former c-i-a director david petraeus, who met with trump yesterday. petraeus says "..the meeting went very well, was with him for about an hour. he basically walked us around the world, showed a great grasp of the variety of challenges that are out there, some of the opportunities as well so very good conversation and we'll see where it goes from
congressman tom price as secretary of health and human services. price is a physician and an outspoken critic of obamacare, a signal that trump may keep to his campaign pledge to repeal and replace president obama's signature achievement. on cam tag and as far as mitt romney is concerned -- whether he gets the job or not -- he is being treated differently from other job candidates for the trump administration. he's got that private dinner scheduled with trump tonight. in washington, doug luzader, fox news. south korea's president come up with a plan for the safe transfer of power the sudden announcement comes as the leader faces growing calls to resign over a scandal that has rocked the asian nation. she's accused of steering classified information to a close family friend. there are also questions about whether she allowed that friend to influence political donations for personal gain. tens of thousands of people have been protesting in seoul and across the country to demand the president to step down immediately. and the death toll is growing in
thunderstorm asthma struck in melbourne eight people have died and one person remains on life support more than a week after incident. the wild thunderstorm on november 21st caused rain-sodden ryegrass pollen grains to explode and disperse over the city, with tiny pollen particles penetrating deep into people's lungs. across america --- wildfires in tennessee force evacuations overnight. and workers at one of our nations largest airports walking off the job today. angelica is here with details. gere nightmare ... 500 workers at chicago o'hare airport -- that threatened to walk off the job last week -- plan to strike today. they're demanding a $15 minimum wage and the right to organize. they'll be joined by workers at 20 other airports ... plus fast-food workers, graduate assistants, child and health care workers, as well as uber drivers in 340 cities --- including here in milwaukee. it's a nationwide day of protests called a "day of
mountains-- forcing some tennessee residents and tourists to evacuate. at least 14 fires burning in and around gatlinburg-- are fueled by strong winds and the southeast's worst drought in nearly a decade. the flames have also spread to the edge of the dollywood theme park. the national guard has been activiated to help with firefighting and evacuation efforts. still to come on wake up -- a dog meets santa --- why the story is going viral. and the packers back on track --- after winning their first game in nearly a month. highlights ahead in sports. and carl i third ward this morning.
highs in the mid 50s. more clouds move in tonight keeping us warm in the low to upper 30s. areas of drizzle and flurries possible wednesday and thursday with mostly cloudy skies and temperatures in saturday with highs struggling to reach 40. dick adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays skylight music theatre's latest show involves plenty of colorful characters and crazy situations. and even something called a water ballet. carl is diving in for us this
forecast from fox6 meteorologist stephanie barichello we dry out today after record breaking rainfall in milwaukee clouds and sun with breezy conditions and highs in the mid 50s. more clouds move in tonight keeping us warm in the low to upper 30s. areas of drizzle and flurries possible wednesday and thursday with mostly cloudy skies and temperatures in the low to mid
40. today: partly sunny, breezy and warm. high: 56 wind: sw 10-20 mph tonight: partly cloudy. low: 38 wind: sw 2-4 mph wednesday: mostly cloudy with areas of drizzle/flurries. high: 46 wind: wsw 5-10 mph thursday areas of drizzle/flurries. am low: 36 high: 43 wind: wnw 5-15 mph friday: mostly cloudy. am low: 30 high: 40 wind: nw 5-10 mph saturday: mostly cloudy and cool. am low: 28 high: 39 wind: w 5-10 mph
wind: sw 5-10 mphforecast from fox6 meteorologist stephanie barichello we dry out today after record breaking rainfall in milwaukee yesterday. expect a mix of clouds and sun with breezy conditions and highs in the mid 50s. more clouds move in tonight keeping us warm in the low to upper 30s. areas thursday with mostly cloudy skies and temperatures in the low to mid 40s. cooler by saturday with highs struggling to reach 40. today: partly sunny, breezy and warm. high: 56 wind: sw 10-20 mph tonight: partly cloudy.
wednesday: mostly cloudy with areas of drizzle/flurries. high: 46 wind: wsw 5-10 mph thursday: mostly cloudy with areas of drizzle/flurries. am low: 36 high: 43 wind: wnw 5-15 mph friday: mostly cloudy. am low: 30 high: 40 wind: nw 5-10 mph saturday: mostly cloudy and cool. am low: 28 high: 39 wind: w 5-10 mph sunday: mostly cloudy. am low: 29 high: 41 wind: sw 5-10 mph first drive, rodgers to davante adams for 12 yards and the score. 5 catches 113 yards the second quarter, it's the same combo. great pass and catch for a 20-yard td. 14 to 10 packers at half. defense had a goo ha clinton-dix with the interception. and a running back gets a touchdown, the first this year, as aaron ripkoski goes in from a yard out. packers win 27-13 to up their record to 5 and 6. they're now 29 and oh when leading after 3 quarters..tops
schedule, 500 looked like a decent season. but this bunch is talented, and their tight. you'll never find a group of young men so willing to play any role needed for the good of the team, coming out of camp--nobody believed, which was just fine with them. "personally i like to kind of carry that chip on our shoulder whenever there's doubters out there. you want to prove them wrong. and people would always come up to me and be like, wow that's a tough tough schedule, what's going on? it's like, no that' opportunity for us and that's exactly what it's been." next up for leo musso and his buddies..the big ten championship game against penn state. saturday night here on fox; coverage starts at 6. a must win if the badgers are going to have a shot at a final 4 playoff berth. brandon cruz will be with the team in indianapolis. his reports kickoff thursday night right here. after getting bounced by north
back to throttle prairie view a and m on sunday. disdaining the outside shot, nigel hayes operating effectively around the basket. the competition rachets up tomorrow night when syracuse comes to mad-town. oklahoma's in the kohl center on saturday. the orange will have their own motivation tomorrow night "the group we see tomorrow will be bigger, more athletic and a little anxious just because they came up short against south carolina in brooklyn. i know they'll be ready to go and they'll come in with great challenge." the brewers are losing 41 home runs from one player in their offense. chris carter will reportedly won't be tendered. carter led the national league with those 41 dingers, but the 29 year old is also one dimentional. he hit just 222 and led the league in strikeouts with 209. that doesn't go with the crew's philosphy of getting on base
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nation's capital as the u-s capitol christmas tree arrives! this eighty foot spruce making its way to its new home yesterday morning. the spruce -- completing a four thousand mile cross-country journey -- is from idaho. more than six thousand ornaments will be used to decorate the tree. house speaker paul ryan will lead the annual tree lighting ceremony next tuesday. some unusual travelers taking flight in san francisco. groups of chihuahuas were
terminal yesterday, eager to head to new york. "virgin america" teaming up with animal rescuers for "operation chihuahua airlift." the program started in 20-10 because of an overpopulation of chihuahuas in california shelters. the chihuahuas will be adopted in new york -- where demand for smaller dogs is greater than the supply. christmas wouldn't be the same without a visit with santa claus. and it's not just for people... but for pets as well. this dog from orlando, florida loves her santa toy as you can see on the meet the jolly elf himself. this post was shared on twitter by her owner, and she looks overjoyed to finally meet him. the pup's owner says when she first saw santa, she was "really excited," but she calmed down
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