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you are watching fox 6 news at 11. our big story at eleven... a sixth survivor has been found under the wreckage of a plane that crashed in colombia - carrying members of a brazilian soccer team. at let have been confirmed dead after the jet went down last night. kim hutcherson has more. tragedy for a brazilian soccer team -- after a plane carrying the team went down in a rural area amidst inclement weather in colombia. the charter jet had declared an emergency before it went down. local officials were stunned by the crash. it is a regrettable situaiton, and we can confirm the accident of the
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players the players aboard were from chapacoense -- a team from the top flight of brazilian soccer. they were travelling to face a colombian team for a continental tournament. compounding the tragedy - the team is lesser known in soccer-mad brazil -- but had just started to find success and a greater following. officials are vowing to do everything they can for the crash survivors. they have our solidarity, so do their families, their friends, their countries it's sad and regrettable. chapacoense's twitter feed showed their logo changed to black on tuesday. tib the world have now begun pouring in. i'm kim hutcherson reporting. 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. our derica williams has more from city hall. theres now a price tag for a recount of the presidential election in wisconsin: three-point-five million dollars. and the jill stein campaign has until today to pay it. as for
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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 touch-screen machines be hand. she says it would take longer if 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 milwaukee county clerk says having the recount by hand could jeopardize making the december 12 deadline. the dane county clerk says theyll do it by hand 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
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is for the recount to begin this thursday at 9 am. the first wisconsin recount observer training will be conducted this evening at 6:30. meanwhile, the transition of power 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 the president-elect's administration... possibly for a homeland security position. he's been an outspoken supporter of mister trump throughout his presidential campaign. adlib to 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 possible wednesday and thursday with mostly cloudy skies and temperatures in the low to mid 40s. cooler by saturday with
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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 high: 46 wind: wsw high: 46 wind: wsw 5-10 mph
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movement, fighting for a raise in the minimum wage. right now, in milwaukee county - the minimum wage will be gradually increased to $15 dollars an hour in 2022. earlier this morning-- workers rallied at the mcdonald's at ninth and north. then at one, workers and community leaders will rally at city hall. there's also a protest pln o'clock. community leaders and elected officials are planning to protest at the mcdonald's on miller park way. hundreds of uber drivers are also planning to join today's movement. the group 'fight for 15' says uber drivers in several cities will idle their cars and march with other industry workers. 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
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interfere with anyone's holiday plans. if you live in a home with a lead service line - today you will have a chance to get a free water filter. the city partnered with a-o smith, the united way of greater milwaukee and waukesha county to provide "aqua-sana branded" water filtration products to those impacted. filters will be distributed from 5 to 7 today at the sixteenth street community health center on cesar chavez drive and then tomorrow at kosciuszko community center on two cars have been stolen from mourners at a local cemetery. you wont believe the tactic one crook allegedly used to swipe a vehicle. our bret lemoine has this fox6 exclusive. its a final resting place... an area to mourn... a space to remember. milwaukees valhalla cemetery near 91-st and silver spring should be a safe location for quiet reflection... but according to police... its increasingly
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longer take things for granted.' james wilbern, manager at the nearby silver spring neighborhood center, is appalled to learn whats been happening here lately. jw 'you know, thats tragic. its unfortunate that things like that happen in our community.' investigators say an armed robbery occurred here in broad daylight sunday afternoon. police say two suspects armed with a stun gun, approached a man in the cemetery. sources say the victim was placing a wreath on a loved ones tombstone. police say the suspects took the attention - look over your shoulder. make sure you lock your vehicles.' wilbern says his center offers programs for kids, adults and the elderly. he says in a neighborhood filled with good people... car thefts have become an all too regular occurrence. jw 'we have had some break-ins around the center.' just ten days before sundays incident... milwaukee police say another armed robbery took place at the same cemetery. this one... right at noon! investigators say a suspect implied he had a weapon and demanded the
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police were able to recover the vehicle. jw 'be very sure of your surroundings and if something doesnt feel right - its probably not.' a series of crashes in mukwonago ends in the death of a 48-year-old woman. it happened saturday night. police say the woman died after crashing into a pickup truck on sandy beach road -- near county highway-eye. there were several other crashes just before that-- a witness told hit another car near the intersection of eye and j. she kept going-- hitting two signs at a nearby bible camp... and then she hit mailbox and a tree before crashing into the truck. the racine man accused of driving drunk and causing a crash that killed two people appears in court for the first time. 25-year-old levi ruohonen faces several felony charges in the case.he was allegedly drunk when he got behind the wheel friday night. prosecutors say he rear-ended kevin dalley's vehicle in
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daughter were both killed. his 6-year-old daughter was also injured in the crash. ruohonen's bond is set at 50-thousand dollars. investigators are looking for a motive...the day after the attack at ohio state university. a look at the suspect's history. plus the suspected charleston church shooter, dylann roof, wants to mvoe forward without his counsel. what a judge decided in court. "i'm tom hooper, i'm katrina cravy, i'm jenna sachs. contact 6. 44 years, millions thousands of people helped. what does that add up to? contact 6. the milwaukee institution led by jenna sachs. she's here to help you and your family because you
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a frightening attack at one of the nation's largest college campuses, investigators are seeking to pin down a motive for the alleged assailant's violent actions karin caifa has more from ohio state university. abdul razak ali artan was an ohio state university student of somali descent who transferred recently from columbus state. and university officials monday violent campus attack. monica moll / osu dir. of public safety: the suspect drove his vehicle into a group of pedestrians. there were some injuries that resulted from that. the suspect then got out of the vehicle with a knife and began cutting individuals in the area the question now: is why? federal law enforcement officials say they are looking at facebook postings, purportedly the suspect's -- grievances about attacks on muslims, and a reference to anwar al-awlaki, the radical, american- born al-qaeda cleric. the writings, they
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the attack. authorities, however, caution against rushes to judgment. meanwhile, the university is crediting one of its campus officers, 28- year-old alan horujko, for his quick response. the officer shot the suspect, when he refused orders to drop his weapon, within minutes of the start of the attack. ohio state university president doctor michael drake said preparedness was key in this not being far worse. michael drake / president, ohio state university: every year we do an extensive tabletop exercise and we orient students on what to do if there is a situation like this. that people responded to us. and last night, prayers and thoughts at a candlelight vigil. olivia dottore/osu freshman: everybody here is praying for those who were attacked and even the family of the attacker who died. at ohio state university in columbus, i'm karin caifa. a judge grants dylann roof -- the suspected charleston, south carolina, church shooter -- the ability to represent himself in court. roof says he wants to move forward without his counsel.
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nine black parishioners during a bible study at a charleston church last year. federal prosecutors are seeking the death penalty against roof, who is charged with murder and hate crimes. he's pleaded not guilty. jury selection is underway in the first of two death penalty trials he faces. the trial is expected to start early next year. the driver in the tennessee school bus crash that killed six children last week... appears in court today. "johnthony walker" faces five counts of vehicular homicide... as well as charges of recl reckless driving. walker's attorney says he will likely plead not guilty if a grand jury indicts him. records show parents, students and school officials had expressed concerns about walker's speeding in the weeks before the crash. this was the second time in two months that walker was involved in an accident while driving a bus. wildfires force evacuations in tennessee...as the national guard helps fight the flames. the national park service says the fire continues to grow within the smokey mountain national park. the popular dollywood theme park
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reported. the cause of the fire is unknown at this time. toss to 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 possible wednesday and thursday with mostly cloudy skies and temperatures in the low to mid 40s. cooler by saturday with highs struggling to reach 40. today: partly suny 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: 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 h saturday: mostly cloudy and ol.8 gh: 39 wind: w 5-10 mph sunday: mostly cloudy. am low: 29 high: 41 nd: sw 50ph we dry out today after record breaking rainfall milwaukee yesterday. pect a mix of clouds and sun with breezy conditions and highs in the mid 50s. more clouds move tonight keeping us warm in the low to upper 30s. areas of drizzle possible wednesday and ursday 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
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big stories at 1130. today is the day we'll know if there will be a presidential recount...this after a jill stein sues the wisconsin elections commission... what she's asking a judge for. and two cars are stolen at a local cemetery.... what the suspects did to one of the victims placing a wreath on a loved one's headstone. the chance for precip returns tomorrow. details coming up our big story at 11-30... 75 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
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colombian police say that six people did survive the crash. there were 81 people on board the plane. officials say the brazilian soccer team was heading to colombia for a regional tournament final. the south american soccer federation has canceled all activities until further notice. the timeline for the tally has been set and today is the day that we will know if there will be a presidential recount. our derica williams has more from city hall. today is the deadline for green party cand 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 expecting to start the recount on thursday. they will have until december 12th to finish. the state is up against a december 13th deadline to have the results of
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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 to order county clerks to count 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 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 muskego. . adlib to weather we dry out today after record breaking rainfall in milwaukee yesterday. expect a mix of clouds and sun with breezy conditions and highs
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in tonight keeping us warm in the low to upper 30s. areas of drizzle possible wednesday and 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. low: 38 wind: sw 2-4 mph wednesday: mostly cloudy with areas of drizzle/flurries. high: 46
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milwaukee police -- investigating two separate armed robberies at the valhalla cemetery near 91-st and silver spring. the most recent happened on sunday in broad daylight. police say two suspects armed with a stun gun, approached a man in the cemetery. sources say the wreath on a loved ones tombstone. police say the suspects took the mans keys... and car. the other incident took place 10 days earlier --at noon-- in the same cemetery. investigators say a suspect implied he had a weapon and demanded the victims keys and took off with the victims car. in this case, police were able to recover the vehicle. community leaders in the area say --this is a new low. jw 'you know, thats tragic. its unfortunate that things like that happen in our community.' jw 'be very sure of your surroundings and if something doesnt feel right - its
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trying to determine if the incidents are connected. there are no suspects in custody. we reached out to managers at the cemetery but didnt hear back. the racine man accused of driving drunk and causing a crash that killed two people appears in court for the first time. 25-year-old levi ruohonen faces several felony charges in the case.he was allegedly drunk when he got behind the wheel friday night. prosecutors say he rear-ended kevin dalley's caledonia. dalley and his 9-year-old daughter were both killed. his 6-year-old daughter was also injured in the crash. ruohonen's bond is set at 50-thousand dollars. only on fox six. the milwaukee man who walked away from a fatal crash is telling his story. this comes as the driver -- is officially charged. 18-year-old "samira coleman-wilks" was allegedly doing 83 in a 30-mile-per hour zone as she tried to flee police. her car eventually collided with a nissan before striking a light pole. shawn oliver died at the
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life-threatening injuries. the 3 people in the nissan also were hurt. not wanting to show his face -- a passenger in the suspect's car spoke about the horrific crash. "im just sorry about what happened out those boys and what happened to all of us, it shouldnt of happened like that i just wish i could take that day back." she's charged with multiple felonies. police say coleman-wilks never had a valid drivers license of any sort. a quiet southside milwaukee neighb after a thanksgiving arson. a neighbor says seven people were inside fast asleep. fox 6's brittany shannon talked to the father and son who helped the family get out. word of a thanksgiving arson...spreading like wildfire in milwaukee's bay view neighborhood... "13:10 it was pretty huge. probably 15 feet 12" around 1130... gabe ortiz says he noticed what he thought was a bonfire in his neighbors back yard. it turned out to be something worse. 12:31 i called 911 and my dad
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51:46 before tha cops came i was pounding on the windows and doors and i knew someone was in there bc we heard the dogs barking 55 an officer happened to be in the area. more help arrived and they went inside. 13:30 they were all sleeping. they had no idea the house was on fire apparently one of them just went to bed 35 52:13 by the time we got everyone out the smoke was really bad where the cops came out coughing and everything else 52:18 ortiz says, in total, seven people were inside the home. 54:39the husband and wife the two little girls uh i g sister 47 a neighbor two blocks away on potter avenue says the same night...her back porch was also torched. she says someone even left lighter fluid. neighbors here just hoping everything goes back to normal. 1 "5:11 i hope everything goes back to normal in this neighborhood " milwaukee police say they are investigating whether the reported arson is related to any other recent incidents. the milwaukee brewers are calling all fans who want to show their team
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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 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 possible wednesday and 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. low: 38 wind: sw 2-4 mph wednesday:mostly cloudy with areas of drizzle/flurri 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 riding in tandem... wind: sw 5-10 mph
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we don't do restaurant reviews usually cover restaurant openings. but one opened this week that got the attention of fox 6 photojournalist jeff frings---he thought there might be a story there. and he was right. our ted perry has the story you'll only see on fox6. nats.... if you are fast enough.... and energetic enough.... to keep up with caitlin cullen for...oh i don't know five
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blending nicely with her newest passion. 48:35 it's a total combination of the two things i love...i loved teaching but it drove me crazy...it drove me to cook bagels in the dark to calm myself... it's probably not accurate to say the former teacher and school principal is like this would be serene---but she's clearly at peace. and obviously fully vested in a project so close to fruition, she can taste it. 45:03 i wouldn't sink all my money and time into something i don't believe in" the "something" is a
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out for development. we're in lindsay heights baby...lindsay heights... me "not the trendiest of neighborhoods... her it depends whose trends you're following...lh is a great neighborhoodlindsay heights-on the north side has a 40 percent poverty rate but that didn't scare cullen. if anything, it attracted her. "when you yell jobs in a neighborood where people need work it's not challenging to find a good staff..everyone is happy to be she sensed people would like a place like this to eat...and to work. she was right. " of all the places she could have chose, she chose here...so it says a lot about her character for one...but her attitude and her personality...i just love her" the resumes of those seeking work might have been thin---their desire to prove she came to the right place was not.
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like...if you're willing to let me work, i'm here...from the moment she opened her mouth, i said..that's the boss i want" would-be servers and chefs and bartenders were as happy to learn the restaurant world as cullen was to teach them. they will ride this dream together.....in tandem...the name is not a coincidence. "a tandem bike you have a lot more power when you're on it together...it requires a bit more but you get more" weave through neighborhoods, the tandem hopes to draw diners from all over.... "it's designed to connect communities..there's a huge line we have in the city...and we're not changing the world, we're just a restaurant but lindsay heights deserves a great restaurant" her staff senses she might just be changing the world...one meal at a time. "my mom used to say it's the family that
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if you're just friends it brings you closer together over good food, we have something to talk about." i want it to be a neighborhood joint...milwaukee's just a
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>> judge judy: his hobby is archery. he was having some friends over. >> announcer: a neighbor with bad aim? >> i went out back and noticed that the pool was leaking. it was flooding the backyard. >> judge judy: you noticed a hole? >> right, i looked around the fence and noticed that there was an archery target. >> announcer: but is he a straight shooter himself? >> he said, "wow," you know, "what happened?" and i said, "well, it kind of looks like an arrow hole. and he said, "well, yeah, it kind of does." >> judge judy: is that what you >> um, not exactly. >> announcer: "judge judy." you are about to enter the courtroom of judge judith sheindlin. the people are real. the cases are real. the people are real. the cases are real. the rulings are final. captions paid for by cbs television distribution thomas and rachelle neddo are suing 20-year-old neighbor joshua damron for damage to their above-ground pool caused by an arrow.

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