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>> ...to renew the lease. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com our big story at four: a shocking crime. a seven year old boy is dead on milwaukee's south side. several people taken into custody and police say they are responsible for the sanchick is live near south 19th and mineral. neighbors say police spent hours investigating inside this apartment building yesterday.
apartment which now is boarded up and police arrested a 44 year old woman and a 47 year old woman in connection with the death. it is being investigated as a homicide. and milwaukee police also arrested two men for failing to act to prevent bodily harm. police say the boy was brought to children's hospital yesterday with numerous injuries. the boy died as a result. a source tells us the child was also malnourished and a woman caring for him has drug issues. neighbors say they never heard or saw anything unusual. it's terrible. i mean come on. this is all going on under our noses. and we don't even know it. an autopsy was performed on the boy today. but the results aren't being released while this investigation continues. live in milwaukee myra sanchick fox6 news
the wheels are moving to make a recount happen here in wisconsin. today, green party presidential candidate jill stein has requested a full hand recount in michigan. she's also requested a recount in pennsylvania. we have team coverage of the recount. fox 6's ted perry is in the newsroom with how election officials are preparing for the undertaking here in milwaukee. but we start with political reporter theo keith. he joins us in the studio with the stein campaign has decided not to appeal a dane county judge's ruling voting machines to re-count ballots. stein is urging clerks to do a hand-count. but the wisconsin elections commission says clerks should feel no pressure to do so. the commission held its final meeting with clerks before the recount starts tomorrow at 9 a-m. the lead elections administrator called it "good news" that stein had dropped her legal challenge because it will give clerks certainty. he says the biggest challenge for clerks will be
tabulators -- for the near round-the-clock recount process. we already had some calls from counties this week that they are having a little bit of a challenge finding enough people :00 and thats why we asked them to keep track of their pace, pay attention to it, and hopefully not get too far behind the clerks will have until december 12th. the state faces a december 13th results or it's not guaranteed that congress would recognize wisconsin's 10 electoral college members. the elections commission told the clerks to send daily reports of vote totals. those will be posted publicly. clerks are also being told to keep track of their costs -- for the temporary workers they hire to count votes, overtime, miles driven. stein must pay the cost of the recount, currently estimated at 3 point 9 million
in milwaukee county, the location is set for where that recount will start tomorrow morning. fox 6's ted perry joins us from the newsroom with the efforts here in southeastern wisconsin. the ballots were tucked away this morning on the ground floor at the milwaukee county courthouse. then, large box after large box moved those ballots to a loading dock. eventually, a moving truck carring the suburban ballots to a city of milwaukee they were united with the city ballots. tomorrow, the process of counting the more than 440-thousand ballots will begin at 9 a-m. until then, they will be under constant supervision... they will be under lock and key tonight and once the ballot bags have been opened, there will be 24- hour security provided by the
each day, county officials expect about 130 or so workers to go through the ballots. different municipalities will have their own day while the city of milwaukee will be a multi-day process. all of the workers will make 15 dollars an hour with the state, through the stein campaign, eventually reimbursing the county. reporting from the newsroom, ted perry fox 6 news. brad thanks ted. officials in madison and milwaukee had much more to say about the r now. visit fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app -- to watch the complete news and tele-conferences. the story will be on our home page. one person is arrested after shots were fired near the milwaukee county jail. police responded to 9th and state around 9:30 this morning. the person arrested opened fire at two people. no one was shot, but an unoccupied car was hit. police say the suspect and the two people he shot at know each other... and their argument was tied to an
police in germantown respond to a report of a bomb at a local business. officers responded to the gehl gail foods warehouse after an employee said someone may have entered the building with an explosive.the 60 employees evacuated while first responders investigated the call. the milwaukee county sheriff's office explosive ordinance disposal unit assisted germantown p-d. in the end, a bomb was not found at the warehouse, and employees were back in the building just after noon. i think, in america, people need to, yes, keep an eye open, but, at the same time, just look out for each go overboard. a gehl foods chief financial officer says the facility has a key-card entry system, and only employees are issued key-cards. meanwhile, the germantown police department continues to investigate this incident. to weather now, it's a new day here at fox 6. our weather deck just got a makeover. weather expert tom wachs is out on the new and improved weather
light rain, snow and mix is possible and will likely continue overnight. a few flurries may linger into thursday morning then staying mainly cloudy. sunny breaks expected friday into saturday but it'll be much cooler. highs will struggle to reach into the upper bring the chance for rain and snow sunday into monday. stay tuned. tonight: light rain/snow showers. low: 35 wind: w 5-10 mph thursday: morning flurries then mostly
with colder temps on the way, keep the fox6 storm center app at the ready. it's a free download for apple and android -- and you'll always have access to the fox6 weather forecast. coming off a big win monday in philadelphia, the packers change things up this week. they're getting an extra day off. tim van vooren explains why
"nfl football is a very routine business, play a game come down off that game, get set for the next game. it's a laid out schedule most weeks. but not this week for the packers, coming off a 3-game road trip as they prepare to play the houston texans on sunday, there first home game since november 6. no practice on wednesday." "we are coming off a monday night game on the road on the east coast before it road, so stress it adds up." "take care of our bodies, long season, coming off a monday night game, a bunch of road games, two night games, making sure we get recovered. we'll still get everything we need in from an installation standpoint and that's the difference from playing in the nfl and college and other things it becomes a lot more of a mental game than a physical game." "it's been a couple of long weeks of night games prime time games we got back at 3 in the morning on monday,
week, hello. so i think it's appreciated." "mike mccarthy's known what he's doing this time of year as the packers coach he's 29 and 13 in games in december, 18 and 3 here at lambeau field in december. at lambeau field tim van vooren fox 6 sports." ad lib about packers how giving historic riverside theater chairs a second home is now giving dogs a second chance. plus -- streaming your favorite show will never be the same. the new netflix feature you're sure to love. "i'm tom hooper, i'm katrina cravy, i'm jenna sachs. contact 6. 44 years, millions of dollars returned, hundreds of 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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city set up a trail camera in a park after reports of mountain lions in the area. the pictures they got were not what they were looking for -- which wasn't actually a bad thing. the gardner, kansas police department pictures on their facebook page that the trail camera captured. they show people dressed up in animal of the camera. in the end, they did not see any mountain lions, but plenty of pranksters. they say they're trying to identify the activities and wildlife the camera caught. the police say it made their day when all they expected to see when they pulled up the images were pictures of coyotes, foxes, and raccoons. the police department adds that the effort and sense of humor
20 coworkers in tennessee have some big decisions to make in the next few days. they're splitting a lottery jackpot of 421-million dollars. they all work at a metal stamping company... and yesterday they collected their winnings. as for plans for the prizes, some people say they'll be even holiday season. others say it'll help their adult children get a jump start on their lives. the group chose to take a lump sum of 254-point-seven-million- dollars...which they'll split evenly. the badgers kept paul bunyan's axe in madison by beating minnesota for the
ad lib about pkg coming up on fox 6 news at four... a true story of love, coming up on fox 6 news at four... a true story of love, conquering 1950's racism in the south. now being told on the big screen. gino gives us an inside look at "loving" here's a live look outside from our city center camera in
the constitution of the united states. do you think youll win? we may lose the small battles but win the big war. is there anything youd like me to tell the supreme court justices of the united states? the love of two people alters the course of american history forever. gino sat down with the stars of "loving" to talk about bringing this historic couple to life.
"what do you think it was that made them say? it was obviously the title it was the love they had for each other that made them pursue this. yeah and i think for me i have this image of people sort of standing in a crowd in a doorway and just trying to blend in to everyday life and be allowed to do that and someone shoves them through a door and is like now youre part of some kind of revolution. because other people intervened in what should have been a relationship that should have been left to themselves. yet other people came and said you shouldnt be able to do that. and people don't have a say in a relationship suddenly enforced a say in it and i think that this movie exists sadly because of that." it must be daunting taking on characters that had such an
the way we all live our lives today. ad lib to bite "what made you know that you had her that you could capture her. i wasnt terribly sure that i could but i have a lot of support jeffs screen play, joel. i think i just trusted in my love for her as a human being. in her vitalness and her humanity. and my just huge admiration and respect for her. just wanted to do my best by her really so i think jeff created an atmosphere that i felt like we could have literally jumped from a height and we'd be caught and minded. and we could take
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speaking out--- claiming the presidential vote recount petition fails to meet legal standards. our fox6's angelica sanchez spoke with the group's president she joins us in the studio with more angelica stephanie and brad now we are still awaiting a response from the stein campaign on this but the wisconsin institute for law and liberty says this recount is legally questionable. the groups president fears it will interfere with wisconsin's electoral votes. the clock is ticking - the state of wisconsin is now on a deadline to recount all votes in the presidential election. officials will have until monday december 12 to complete the task. in a phone interview, the president of the conservative group wisconsin institute for law and liberty claims this recount is not legal. 'this recount is an abuse of the recount statute its legality is questionable. there is no
election.' fox6 is awaiting a response from the stein campaign on the claims. however the green party nominee went on abc's the view wednesday morning and explained the recount is to assure voters the system is working. esenberg alleges in order for a candidate to call for a recount there must be reason to believe a mistake occurred not that a mistake could have occurred ...normally we have recounts because theres some uncertainty about who won...if you look at the documents the jill stein campan believe there has been a problem they just believe there could be a problem.' regardless of this... plans for a recount are now in motion. esenberg says his biggest concern is it will interfere with the casting of wisconsins electoral votes. 'if there is any real world consequence of it is it might put at risk our ability to have our votes counted in the electoral college because the recount wont get done on
now esenberg says if this recount does interfere with the casting of wisconsin's electoral votes --- it does plan to get involved ... but he would not comment further in what shape or form. in the studio i'm angelica sanchez back to you. at least one person is dead and three others injured in a los angeles neighborhood. after a car on the four-oh-five freeway leaves the road and crashes into a homeless camp. it happened late last night. at least two of the three injured are in critical caused the crash. a pipeline explosion lit up the night sky near kansas city, missouri overnight. people who live nearby say they could see the bright flames but did not feel the explosion itself. the 10-inch line carrying liquid propane was buried underground. officials aren't sure what caused it to rupture. the louisana-based company was able to shut the pipeline off... and the fire was out in two hours. no one was hurt and no property was lost. and a new ruling on smoking in public housing coming down
smoking will be prohibited in public housing developments nationwide. this expansion of the rule will affect more than 900-thousand units. you can no longer smoke tobacco inside any public living units or outside within 25 feet of the building. the c-d-c says the policy may save around 150-million dollars in housing repairs and preventable fires each year. housing agencies have 18-months to change. ted perry joins us now from the news room with some stories you'll see on fox six news at five. and a milwaukee hospital is one of only two in the country that's using it. at five, the incredible tool one woman says helped save her life. also at five, president-elect trump appoints a secretary of education who's a leading advocate for school voucher programs. at five,the big discussion today and what it means for wisconsin schools. all those stories and more coming up in about 20 minutes on fox six news at five.
do. that's what workers at a brady street restaurant are saying after helping put out a porch fire at nearby home. ashley sears with the incredible video and the reluctant heroes. 15:00 everyone was having a good time monday night-- at the casablanca restaurant on brady street, was supposed to be special-- 16:05 we were putting up our christmas tree on top of the staircase decorations were up--the tree was glowing-- but it was the light outside of the win everyone's attention. 15:01 out of nowhere, it just happened. fire shot up from the porch of a nearby home-- the result of a grilling mishap. 08:35 it was a big flame. 16:25 without really thinking, just grabbed a bunch of fire extinguishers and everybody just ran outside. owner al musa and chef mohammed nofal... 19:00 we went out this way.... along with another employee--ran to help. 19:08 we saw the fire and just jumped in. they used extinguishers from the restaurant-- to help put out the flames. 16:39 you dont really think,
got out of control after a can of kerosene fell over. it ingited some plants on the porch-- cell phone video shows the final moments. within minutes they had it under control. 09:44 the neighborhood for us, is like family. those who helped say they'd do it again. happy to lend a hand--knowing others would do the same for them. clip6191, al musa, owner 18:09 thats what neighbors are for, were here to help each other. in milwaukee, ashley sears, fox 6 news. we're told no one was injured. the fire department says the flames were out when they arrived. presenting a check of more than thirty-thousand dollars to the milwaukee area domestic animal control commission...or madacc. the pabst theater group sold a limited number of original chairs from the riverside theater to raise the money. the executive director of madacc says the donation is all about the animals... "any donations that we get go straight to animals. we have the money for everything else, we don't need that money. what we need is giving these animals a second chance." the chairs were unable to be auctioned off because so many
they were eventually sold for 400-bucks a piece. ad lib about madacc fundraiser coming up on fox 6 news at 4... a new restaurant with a whole lot of faith... how its able to survive on generosity alone. plus. are you sick of the laundromat and want to break the cycle... or are you just looking to upgrade? consumer reports will take a look at the washers and dryers that best suit you. here's a live look out at our new weather deck right now. coming up next, weather expert tom wachs will give us a tur full forecast. "i'm tom hooper, i'm katrina cravy, i'm jenna sachs. contact 6. 44 years, millions of dollars returned, hundreds of 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
friday into saturday but it'll be much cooler. highs will struggle to reach into the upper 30s. another storm system will bring the chance for rain and snow sunday into monday. stay tuned. tonight: light rain/snow showers. low: 35 wind: w 5-10 mph thursday: cloudy. high: 42 wind: w 5-15 mph friday: decreasing clouds. am low: 30 high: 38 wind: nw 5-10 mph saturday: partly sunny. am low: 28 high: 37 wind: w 5-10 mph sunday: mostly cloudy with the chance for rain/snow showers. am low: 27 high:
mostly cloudy. am low: 30 high: 43 wind: sw-se 5-10 mph light rain, snow and mix is possible and will likely continue overnight. a few flurries may linger into thursday morning then staying mainly cloudy. sunny breaks expected saturday but it'll be much cooler. highs will struggle to reach into the upper 30s. another storm system will bring the chance for rain and snow sunday into monday. stay tuned. tonight: light rain/snow showers. low: 35 wind: w 5-10 mph thursday:
jordan hooks new city apartment - a washer and dryer. while the apartment is short on extra space it can still accommodate this compact washer and dryer. "its a huge time saver. i can do it at my own convenience versus having to work around the time and hours of the laundromat." consumer reports just tested about a dozen compact washers and dryers. theyre just like regular ones - only smaller - 24 inches wide, 34 inches high and the sets can be stacked. unfr arent smaller. but can they perform as well? consumer reports ran cleaning and efficiency tests on all the compact machines. "we also measure noise and vibration levels. a loud washer or dryer may be a deal breaker for some." turns out, vibration was an issue for many of the compacts. "when we stacked the washer and dryer pairs, we found vibration didnt change much and in fact its one of their drawbacks. but having a washer and dryer in your home may be better than going to a laundromat." with dryers there are two choices - vented or ventless. "ventless
of venting it outside. this comes in handy if you live in an apartment or condo where you may not have access to an outside wall." consumer reports says this 2700- dollar bosch 800 series set with a ventless dryer is a very good choice. if you have access to a vent you can opt for a samsung compact washer and dryer set for about 2100 dollars. both the bosch and this samsung offer very good performance. i'm jenna sachs - contact 6. do you have a consumer issue or investigation idea? give jenna a call!! the number is on you screen or you can file a complaint on the contact 6 page at fox-6-now-dot-com. now any parent knows, not all fruit juices or veggie snacks contain the real thing. but with so many option out there, how can you tell? mary stoker smith is in with your answer... look close... that's your best
"natural flavors"... a good portion of them are deceiving you. for those natural flavors...there only needs to be some component of a natural food. companies do not have to disclose what these flavors are created from. so, instead of that whole fruit or veggie, just a small portion is in the final product. if you're looking for real fruit in a product, experts say, make sure the actual fruit is listed on the label. religious experiences may trigger the brain's reward system in music do. researchers took m-r-i brain scans on nearly two dozen devout churchgoers while they were doing activities - to boost spiritual feelings. they found it activated the brain's reward senses and triggered brain activity involving judgment and moral reasoning. no direct link was found, but the authors say attention was also boosted. they add understanding religion's affect on people... is an important to understanding the brain.
it's not just cancer you're putting yourself at a higher risk for... a new study found smokers are much more likely than non-smokers to have a major heart attack. those under fifty... more than eight times as likely. researchers drew data on more than seventeen hundred adults being treated for a serious heart attack. smokers were three times more likely to have a heart attack than both ex and non-smokers combined! researchers hope this will call for a greater effort in preventing young smokers. back to you. a new cafe in new mexico has ditched the prices on its menu -- in hopes that human decency will be enough to keep it in business. karma caf officially opened for business this past week. the owner says he was inspired by a restaurant he saw during his travels. so he brought the same philosophy back to albuquerque three years ago. and what started as a pop-up stand...quickly grew. the restaurant is open six days a week. the owner also says he still plans to run his food cart during the summer. a new set of wheels for a teenager can be a ticket to
a 19- year-old from texas. austin griffin was left paralyzed after a car accident... but it's not stopping the teen from reaching his dream to play professional basketball... and now he can, with some new equipment. his donated wheelchair costs more than 4-thousand dollars. and it's giving him the ability to do something he thought he might never do again. and griffin's teammates say he hasn't lost his touch... "when i came out here for the first time, it took me two or three months to really find my shot and start making layu draining them. making it look easy." griffin hopes to join a pro league but says college ball is the first step. a number of traditions are associated with the holidays. but a dispute in michigan means the end of a very popular one this year. the long-standing holiday display that you won't see in
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between the city of menominee, michigan and the madison-based "freedom from religion foundation." a nativity scene will no longer be on menominee public grounds this holiday season. fox 6's kim murphy has the story. a long-standing christmas tradition in menominee, michigan is coming to an end. "you had mary, joseph and baby jesus. that is not allowed to be on city property." menominee city manager, tony graff, down this year, shortly after being put up. "it was determined by the city attorney that we were looking at a violation of our own policy and so the decision was made to remove it." graff says the madison-based group, the freedom from religion foundation, sent numerous complaints to the city. "they have sent letters to the city for many years in a row questioning the policy. this year we decided to enforce the
freedom from religion foundation in madison says the group first reached out to the city in 2007. that's when a menominee resident came to the foundation with a complaint. "even if you have a city with 99% of the populous being christian and supporting a christian nativity, that 1% is relying on constitutional protection to say that the government must remain neutral on this question and that's exactly what the establishment clause of the first amendment is." "we're willing to work with faith-based organizations where it's not public property. because of the issue of constitutionality, it's been discussed all around the country in regards to separation of church and state." after a complaint this year, graff says the city attorney deemed the nativity scene to be a violation of city policy. "the nativity scene is something of christmas and we all personally understand that, but
to take a little separation." the city is looking to find a new home for the nativity scene. kim murphy fox 6 news. now at five... it's terrible. i mean come on. this is all going even know it. four people arrested after the death of 7-year-old boy in milwaukee... what authorities say they did -- and didn't do. plus... coordinating the recount. "and thats why we are emphasizing, lets not take any chances, and make sure we get the recount completed" how wisconsin election officials are planning to manage the statewide recount of presidential ballots. and that is our big story: the presidential recount starts
the country, followed a day later by michigan. we have team coverage this evening... a-j bayatpour spoke to milwaukee county officials on how they're approaching the recount. but we'll start with political reporter theo keith -- who's in the newsroom with the final preparations in madison. county clerks had dozens of questions today about how the recount would play out. the top elections administrator in the state called clerks "heroes" in a race against the clock. their final instructions before something they've never done -- a recount of the presidential race in wisconsin. as in any recount, you are going to be the real heroes in trying to get this done by december 12th elections administrators tell fox6 that some clerks are frustrated by the recount -- because it comes at the request of green party candidate jill stein, who got just one percent of the
people in all 72 counties to be paid vote counters. we will hear, im sure as we go along, which counties are having a challenge stein is footing the entire bill -- now estimated at 3 point 9 million dollars. wednesday, she announced she would not appeal a judge's ruling that allows clerks to count ballots by hand or use voting machines. her campaign said, "given the time constraints, we want to focus on the recount which begins thursday. our focus will be on verifying the vote on the ground."elections news" for 20 or so county clerks who want to use machines to count ballots. they'll work nights and weekends in many counties to meet a december 12th deadline. if the state doesn't certify its vote totals by december 13th, congress does not have to recognize wisconsin's 10 electoral college members. and thats why we are emphasizing, lets not take any chances, and make sure we get the recount