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a late night. attorneys representing former green party presidential candidate jill stein, as well as a representative for former democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton, called three witnesses to make their case for a hand-recount of all votes. because of the short notice, only one testified in person - the others by telephone. the through line in their testimony was a hand recount is the only way to ensure voting machines were not tampered with. an elections security expert from m-i-t testified that optical scanners used in wisconsin elections are vulnerl evidence that votes were tampered with. he speculated malware could have been added to scanners without anyone knowing. a statistical expert told the court there were some anomalies with state voting results - particularly when looking at results taken from municipalities that process votes with optical scanners. experts argue wisconsin could be susceptible to a hack because the results were expected to be close here. a tight race... they argue... would make it easy for a manipulation to go undetected "i just do not find clear and convincing evidence and that is
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the recall the way that they intended. again, i think everyone would strongly encourage them to do the hand recount. and that is legislative function is to make the statute and this situation, i don't have any authority to decide what is the best for those counties. so that's my decision."
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the state's major political parties differ in their response to the push for a recount. state republicans call the green party's effort "absurd" --- and a st wisconsin's electoral votes. the democratic party says it hasn't been contacted by any campaign but has sought volunteers to monitor the recount. some share the green party's concerns over a possible foreign hack... i think a lot of us want to make sure we can have confidence in our elections and this may give us a chance to do that. i dont have a problem with them doing a recount as long as the recount gets done on time and as long as the race is certified. election officials say there is
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voting machines-- adding the machines themselves are not connected to the internet. the election commissioner also disputes the notion of widespread voter fraud -- saying it's insulting to poll workers and clerks. so what's next if the recount process. this thursday the recount is set to begin in all 72 counties. then on monday the 12th - the commission wants county clerks to submit recount ru tuesday, december 13th - the commission will meet to certify results by federally mandated deadline. we're keeping a close eye on developments related to this presidential recount... click the "politics" tab when you visit fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app -- for the latest information. milwaukee police investigating a shooting on the north side. ashley sears is live at vincent high school where the case
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shooting victim drove to this school to pick up someone, after he was shot in the arm. that shooting happened just off campus here near granville and everts. police say it might have been the result of a minor car accident that happened between this location and 39th and villard. police say the suspect fired one round at the victim. five others were in the vehicle. no one else was injured. the victim is not a student. he is being treated for non life threatening injuries. no arrests have been made. live outside of vincent high school, ashley sears fox 6 news. new berlin police have identified the married couple found shot and killed last week... authorities say 76-year-old william krueger and 71-year-old karen krueger both suffered gunshot
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appears this incident is related to health issues -- and is not a case of domestic violence -- adding they're not looking for any suspects and have not questioned any. officials also say they will not provide any details on the health issues -- and will not identify the shooter. a heartbreaking story. a mother of brain dead...after being struck by a hit and run driver in her new neighborhood. fox 6's brittany shannon is live from the west milwaukee police department... cetnarowski was a beautiful person. loving, caring and giving. now they want to find justice for her- hoping the driver that hit her will come forward. this neighborhood...was newly 'home' to peggy cetnarowski. that's according to family members who say a late night walk in her new neighborhood here at beloit and mitchell, would be the last. she was struck by a hit and run driver last wednesday around 11
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crosswalk. "there was another motorist that came along saw the individual and came back around to check on her and then we got the 911 calls" according to a caring bridge web post, cetnarowski suffered a broken arm, cracked and broken ribs, a fractured skull and bleeding on the brain. tuesday, the family updating the website, with hearbreaking news saying-quote- "we sadly announce that our sister, daughter, mother, and friend, peggy is brain dead and has passed away. her body is still supported as we explore o "anytime you have a hit and run where someone has left the scene it becomes heart wrenching" and frustrating to police and friends... "we have somebody out there that knows something about it that has fled the scene" her family and friends now looking forward saying they hope to quote "allow her to give one last time and turn this tragedy into a possibility to save a life" police tell me the family has offered up a 25-hundred dollar reward for
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arrest of the suspect. police say they do not have a solid description to put out, but they say they are working this case vigorously. of course anyone with information should call the west milwaukee police department. brittany
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the packers playoff hopes are slim. but thanks to last night's win in philly, they're still taking in oxygen. found the formula for success. tom pipines here with today's comments from the head coach. brad, steph.. aaron rodgers was uncanny..but he had plenty of help in last night's 2 touchdown "must" win..which stop the bleeding after 4 straight losses. davante adams has emerged as one of the best receivers in the nfl since week 7, he has 43 catches, for 553 yards
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receiver's playing his best football. he'll have to continue that if the pack are going to string together victories. but the win over the eagles may have been the best overall performance in all 3 phases. "field position-wise, our coverage units were outstanding. so we won the field position battle. we were able to get the lead there in the 2nd half, which gave our defense a chance to pin their ears back, particularly in passing situations. and especially during the 4th quarter. we get the sacks. the long drives by the offense obviously kept our defense fresh.. at the end of the day, we mccarthy says he has more concern about clay matthews shoulder injury than aaron rodgers tender hamstring. by the way, badgers coach paul chryst has been named big ten coach of the year. you'll love mickie leach's, 5th quarter hilites at 9:34 brad, steph. they're making demands and making their voices heard. they're also getting arrested
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protesters call for a higher minimum wage. but it's what happened at one rally tonight that got the cops involved. isis connection. the terror group now claiming responsibility for the ohio state attack. why authorities are taking a closer look at facebook. worth the wait. hundreds of people lined up in milwaukee today. the freebie to keep your family safe. those stories are coming up in the next 9
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officials in colombia - have found the two flight recorders from the airplane that crashed last night with a
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recorders have been recovered in perfect condition.'' that could help determine what caused the british aerospace 146 to crash. only six of the 81 people aboard survived. authorities say the crew had declared an emergency and the plane had lost radar contact because of an electrical failure. across the country - demonstrators walk off the job today. it's all part of the "fight for fifteen" movement locally -- we had three gatherings in the milwaukee area - one of which ended in arrests. ted perry live in the newsroom with more. "day of disruption" as they demanded the minimum wage be raised to 15 dollars an hour. earlier in the afternoon-- they said they were ready to move forward with civil disobedience and risk arrest if need be. on miller park way-- that's exactly what happened as at least ten people were arrested. we caught up with one woman who was arrested for blocking traffic. she says demonstrators are out on the streets fighting to get what they deserve.
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barely making ends meet. people are poor and we need a change and if we stand up, parents always taught me no one is gonna hand you anything, you have to go out and get it. closed mouths don't get fed. my mouth will never be closed. those demonstrators marched down to city hall earlier today-- asking for the common council and the mayor to hear what they had to say. back to you. steph thanks ted workers... employees at chicago's o'hare airport joining in the demonstrations today calling it quote: a "day of disruption." the department of aviation operations however - says things have been running smoothly today. huge lines outside the wic clinic on 16th street on milwaukee's south side... everyone waiting to get a free water filter. ?you don't need a proof of residence... but you need to give a qualifying address. those who get a filter are also learning how to use it and learning more about the
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didn't care how long she waited in line... she wanted the filter to protect her baby: 'everything scares me about it anybody that has a baby or an infant should be scared about this situation. the common council is slated to vote on the lead lateral issue coming up next month. to see if you qualify for a free water filtration product - go to fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app -- and click "links." you can check a list based on your address in th an update now on the attack at ohio state university. today isis is claiming responsibility for inspiring it. abdul razak ali artan - was an osu student born in somalia. police say he carried out the car-and-knife rampage that left 11 people hurt yesterday morning. he was then shot and killed by a campus police officer. three victims remain hospitalized and are
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he had a knife and it wasn't just a regular car accident. once everyone realized that, everyone scattered. i personally ran through the building to the other street across the block. i lost sight of him at that point." authorities are investigating whether the attack was an act of terror. they say artan had railed on his facebook account against u.s. interference in countries with muslim communities. the dri tennessee school bus crash that killed six children last week in court today... johnthony walker faces five counts of vehicular homicide as well as charges of reckless endangerment and reckless driving. records people were worried about his speeding before.. the crash was the second time in two months that walker was involved in an accident while driving a bus. more than 250 buildings -
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evacuate. 14 fires raging on the southern appalachians mountains. fox's jonathan serrie is watching the situation from the volunteer state. firefighters had been hoping for rain. but the storms were preceded by heavy winds, that spread wildfires burning through the drought-stricken region. miller says" this is a fire for the history books because it is unlike anything most have ever seen. contained to the wilderness are i /i now threatening populated areas in eastern tennessee -- including the popular tourist town of gatlinburg, where flames damaged resorts and forced the evacuation of an estimated 14-thousand residents and visitors.cooper says: "we were in our cabin preparing supper and we heard a knock at the door and it was a policeman and said that he would recommend we leave because the fire was getting close to where the cabin was. so we got all of our stuff
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and came down here." the fires are also affecting the neighboring town of pigeon forge -- home to dolly parton's popular theme park. dollywood's official twitter account announced that it's suspending park operations on wednesday due the the fires. nats "hold off on burning leaves. tie up chains on trailers to avoid sparks. don't park vehicles on dry grass. even a cozy campfire could spark a wildfire." one day before her theme-park was evacuated b i /i /b smoky bear in a public service announcement to urge caution in the dry conditions. an entire community is pulling together to look out for residents and visitors while firefighters work round the clock to push back the flames.werner says: if you didn't have the support, it would be unimaginable. but we're all lifting each other up. and we're gonna continue to do that. and we're gonna rebuild our town. serrie on cam:
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residents and visitors to limit their non-emergency use of cell phones. they want to free up the airwaves for firefighters and other emergency workers. in atlanta, jonathan serrie, fox news a bizarre chain of events.... a mile of damage... and a waukesha county woman dead. what happened behind the wheel? why did she drive out of control for so long? the mystery in mukwonago. and -- chance... has a second chance. the horrible things this dog endured-- and how his survival story could
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mostly clear tonight with temperatures falling through the 40s this evening. we'll drop into the mid-30s by morning. increasing clouds on wednesd. drizzle/flurries as an area of low pressure moves through. highs in the mid-40s. mostly cloudy and cool to round out the week with highs in the upper 30s to low 40s. cool over the weekend with some
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sunday afternoon. tonight: mostly clear. low: 36 wind: sw 5-10 mph wednesday:mostly cloudy with areas of drizzle/flurries. high: 44 wind: sw 5-15 mph thursday: mostly cloudy. am low: 37 high: 42 wind: wnw 5-10 mph crash and a lot of destruction over the weekend. the long trail of damage caused and the woman that neighbors are remembering. the badgers run to the big ten championship game has been magnificent. just like mickie leach's 5th quarter highlights. re-live the win over minnesota..ahead on
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fox6 wakeup at 4:30-- count on us for breaking news... plus a big reveal from our chief meterologist rob haswell! then its the 12 days of badness. gift ideas from harley -davidson. and some of the best picks for the holiday season. top items for high tech folks on your list. that's tomorrow on
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investigating what may have contributed to a woman's erratic driving prior to her death this weekend. 48-year-old cheryl krebsbach was killed after police say she struck a vehicle, streets signs... and a mailbox before eventually hitting a truck head-on. fox6s madeline anderson reports from the scene of the crash.
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michaelle noble considers herself lucky. normally my boyfriend would be coming home from work or i might be going somewhere. so we were just glad that nobody was coming or going from here when she came through. mukwonago police say 48-year-old cheryl krebsbach... drove into noble's mailbox... these two street signs... and this pine tree just after 5 'o clock saturday evening. she kept going because the crash actually happened down there. krebsbach then hit a truck head on with her hyndai elantra. she was pronounced interviewing witnesses... officers soon learned the trail of damage extended over a mile away. the chief says krebsbach hit a vehicle earlier at county highways i and j... then continued driving north on i. at this point in time, there could have been several reasons why the crash took place. we are not ruling out any medical conditions and were not ruling out alcohol as factors. the results from the toxicology report will give us that information. noble says she didn't know krebsbach personally... but says she lived
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impacting many of her friends and neighbors. its tragic. its a horrible thing that happened. police say three people were in the truck that was hit... two adults and a five year old child. they did sustain injuries but they're expected to be ok. reporting in mukwonago madeline anderson fox6 news. new at 9:00 - a brazen burglary - and the thief makes it look so easy.. watch this.. this is video from an apartment building near barclay and pittsburgh in walker's point.. you can see like area and the return with a full size television. this happened last sunday - but police think he's responsible for several similar burglaries in district one. if you recognize this guy - call milwaukee police.. a los angeles judge sentences ex-n-f-l star darren sharper to 20 years in prison for the rape of two women and drugging of two others. however-- he'll only spend about half that time in custody.. the former all-pro safety pleaded no contest in deal with
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nevada, and arizona. the numbers are in from this year's gun deer season! over the nine-day hunt-- nearly 197- thousand deer were killed. that's down six percent from last year. however-- more than 5-thousand more antlered deer were killed across the state. the department of natural resources also reports that about 13-and-half- thousand less gun deer licenses were sold this season. today is "giving tuesday." and the wisconsin humane society is honoring a very specia ago he was found injured and left for dead inside a milwaukee dumpster by a work crew. vets say he was most likely dragged by a car. he has been getting treatment ever since and has been healing wonderfully. today, the humane society is matching all donations to the non-profit. "unfortunately animal abuse does exist in our community and chance is just one example of the hundreds of animals we see with injuries from abuse and neglect every year. in his case he's got a great happy ending and we are really proud of being able to be
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rescued chance will be adopting the eight month old pup as soon as he's all healed up. and - in conjunction with "giving tuesday" -- a special open house today at the hebron house homeless shelter in waukesha. people were encouraged to donate when they came to visit. the open house gives the community a chance to learn more about what it takes to help the homeless. chemical company "hydrite" donated three-thousand dollars and challenged other businesses to same. the badgers kept the axe in madison by beating minnesota for the 13th straight time on saturday. but they're still ranked 6th in the latest college football playoff poll. mickie leach's 5th quarter highlights are number one on
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it's called a kiva loan. kiva is a swahili word for unity. and the loans are interest free for those in need. how this program is helping milwaukee grow. plus more trouble for the tomah v-a.. this time allegations of a dirty dentist.. after a beautiful day today, the clouds and cooler temperatures return tomorrow. i'll have your
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hamilton breaks a record... and amber heard is not sticking to her word...
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broke a big sales record... thanksgiving week is normally a huge week for broadway... but hamilton generated three- point-three million dollars in just eight shows-- setting a new record according to the new york times. "wicked" previously held the record. "it's such a shame our friendship had to end purple rain, purpl prince. the late artist will be honored during a four-day festival at his paisley park home. the event will take place april 20th to the 23rd. general admission tickets cost about 500 dollars...and you aren't allowed to take any pictures or videos. amber heard hasn't handed over the $7 million dollars she promised to children's hospital and a-c-l-u charities last august. the actress struck a deal to donate the cash as part of her divorce agreement with johnny depp... but
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has seen a dime. that's the buzz. more light rain is on the way. weather expert tom wachs is coming up with the forecast. hiking the price of a hospital stay. how much - and why wisconsin's largest health care system says it was forced to do it.. and bizarre security footage. a woman - vandalizing a car - for six hours! why police think she did it. get your mornin fox6 wakeup at 4:30-- count on us for breaking news... plus a big reveal from our chief meterologist rob haswell! then its the 12 days of badness. gift ideas from harley -davidson. and some of the best picks for the holiday season. top items for high tech folks on your list. that's tomorrow on wakeup!
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system -- say it is increasing prices by 4-and-a- half-percent at its hospitals. aurora health care says the increase will take effect january first -- and is
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years. aurora executives say the increase is one way to address continuing high levels of bad debt -- charity -- and uncompensated care and medicaid services. kohl's had a "record-breaking" thanksgiving leading into the black friday weekend. the company set a record for single- day online sales on thanksgiving day... numbers from cyber monday are still being tabulated.. for more business news - go to fox 6 now dot com for a link to the business journal. adlib to wx weather mostly clear tonight
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falling through the 40s this evening. we'll drop into the mid-30s by morning. increasing clouds on wednesday. it will be a cooler day with areas of drizzle/flurries as an area of low pressure moves through.
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mid-40s. mostly cloudy and cool to round out the week with highs in the upper 30s to low 40s. cool over the weekend with some sun returning on sunday. highs
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warm into the low 40s by sunday afternoon. tonight: mostly clear. low: 36 wednesday:mostly cloudy with areas of drizzle/flurries. high: 44 wind: sw 5-15 mph thursday:
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am low: 37 high: 42 wind: wnw 5-10 mph friday: mostly cloudy. am low: 32 high: 38 wind: wnw 5-10 mph saturday:
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am low: 27 high: 39 wind: wnw 5-10 mph sunday: partly sunny. m 26 high: 43 wind: sw 5-15 mph monday: mostly cloudy with a chance for rain showers at night. am low: 32 high: 45 wind: s 5-10 mph anchors thanks weather packers fans headed up to lambeau field for sunday's game against the houston texans are in for a treat..
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decorated for the season. jordan lamers has more.. nats: saw "we're lifelong packers fans, so it's kind of an honor for us." a thirty-five foot tall spruce tree. . way too big for the inside of any home. . was taken from the front this green bay yard. "it's going to be weird having it gone, but it's for a good cause." matt berkovitz says his family's 30-year- old tree. . has been in his life since first grade. and now he is happy to say goodbye. matt berkovitz/ tree owner, gr she just submitted it. and then the guys from miron stopped by a few times to check it out and they told us that we were selected."hoisted high and put on the back of a semi-truck. . the tree will be transported for the 11th annual festival of lights event at lambeau field. john stiloski/ festival foods "they get it propped up there and then it takes a full day to put all the lights on. then we'll go out there and put some decorations around there as well with festival foods." reporter "after a safe ten minute drive on over to lambeau field, the tree meets it's new home for the month of
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lambeau field atrium. . the tree eventually found its resting spot. amd throughout the week. . more than 10-thousand lights and decorations. . will be placed upon the branches. "i'll stop by for sure and definitely see it and take some pictures." and for matt. . he hopes the 30 rings around the trunk. . will bring a championship ring for the packers. "we're calling it the rally tree so hopefully we can get some wins out of it." "if a tree can do it, that would be great." as a thank you for providing the tree, buchmn will receive four tickets to the packers home game against the vikings on december 24th. it's a record for shoppers on cyber monday. nearly three and a half billion dollars was spent yesterday. that's twelve percent more than last year's cyber monday. consumers spent more than a billion dollars shopping on their tablets and smartphones. patagonia's black friday sales hit a record-breaking 10-million dollars... and they're donating all of it! that amount is five times more than
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but patagonia is keeping its promise to give away the sales.. the 10-million dollars will go to nearly 8-hundred environmental groups around the world. new tonight - new worries about the veterans affairs medical center in tomah. this time - for a dentist. the acting medical director says the health of nearly 600 veterans is in question. that's because a dentist reportedly - did not properly clean equipment. affected vets can receive free screenings for hepatitis b, hepatitis c and hiv. officials say, though, the risk of classes resume tomorrow at lincoln intermediate school in west allis after a bomb threat today. the threat was is discovered this morning written on a tile inside a third floor boys bathroom. district officials evacuated the kids to a nearby church school as a precaution. the teacher was like, get ready to go to a different place, when the principal knocks on the door. and, a couple minutes later, she did, and we left. there was no announcement about it, or nothin. the west allis/west milwaukee
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classes along with all evening sporting events, and after- school activities. new security footage out of los angeles shows a woman vandalizing a car for six hours! check it out-- the woman breaks off the windshield wiper to carve letters and words all over the car. she also used a pipe and a piece of wood to destroy the car. at one point-- the woman can be seen jumping on the roof of the car and then ripping off the front grill. people were seen stopping and taking pictures-- instead of the owner of the car says she left her car in the city's koreatown neighborhood overnight so she could celebrate thanksgiving with a friend. "i'm angry, i'm hurt, frustrated, and at the same time i understand that she has a mental problem. the l-a-pd says the suspect is being detained on a 72-hour psychiatric hold and is being evaluated. three people have died after eating a thanksgiving meal at a
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people came to eat turkey and stuffing and to celebrate the holiday. they say eight people in all were hospitalized for food poisoning - official have yet to pinpoint the source of the poisoning because all eight victims also all live in the same assisted living facility. a woman in texas is immediately taken into custody at houston's george bush intercontinental airport... ...after she managed to open a plane's emergency hatch upon landing -- and then jumped from the still taxiing aircraft into a video and pics of the open hatch and stunned passengers on the plane were shared online. the woman was taken to a hospital for a psychiatric evaluation. it's not clear why she jumped out of the plane -- but the woman will not face any charges. as our world becomes more and more interconnected, a nonprofit that started overseas is now helping small businesses in wisconsin. carl deffenbaugh introduces you to kiva,
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economy... from food to forging, and everything in between, milwaukee businesses have found a new source of funding - an online community that connects companies to much- needed capital. 'i started telling everybody i know with a small business, try it. ' kiva started as a nonprofit organization providing zero- interest, crowd-sourced businesses in developing countries. 'kiva is a swahili word for unity.' they started a u.s. division about five years ago, and began funding projects in wisconsin in february 2015. 'a year and a half later, we are already the eighth- largest market in kiva u.s., out of fifteen.' 'any citizen in the world: milwaukee, wisconsin, nationwide and in the world can go onto the kiva site and find a business that they feel they want to support.' its important to note this money is not donated, its a loan. and kiva reports a repayment rate
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or background checks of a traditional bank. 'for many people, it is the first rung on the financial ladder.' 'i was a little excited, a little overwhelmed and a little in disbelief.' akilah young felt a range of emotions when she became the milestone 100th borrower in wisconsin to get a kiva loan. it took her all of 48 hours to receive 2,000 dollars to support her cleaning service. '9.37.49 - it will go towards equipment.' '9.38.09 - ill be able to get around more and offer more services.' and in the meantime, akilah has also doa to other businesses, knowing how beneficial that financial boost can be. carl deffenbaugh, fox6 news. interested in learning more about kiva -- and perhaps becoming a borrower or lender? visit fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app
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