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i don't know i just seen a bunch of police over there milwaukee police are calling the death of a seven year old boy a homicide. neighbors say the boy lived in this apartment, now boarded up. that child was brought to children's hospital tuesday with serious injuries. a source tells fox6 he was also malnourished. he died as a result. it's terrible. i mean come on. this is all going on under our noses. and we o learned that a 44 year old woman arrested for the crime was convicted of child neglect for the death of another child in her home back in 2003. the woman's teenaged daughter and niece got lenghthy sentences for their role in killing one year old bryan alston in a home on north fiftieth. court records say that baby had bruises, swelling and gangrene. the 44 year old woman was sentenced to
year old woman . police say they arersted two men, who police say did nothing to save the boy. all those apartments in there nobody noticed any of this lauri scales--neighbor a source tells us another child was also beaten and is hospitalized at this time. live in milwaukee myra sanchick fox6 news brad thanks myra tomorrow morning, wisconsin will be the first state in the country to begin recounting all of its ballots in the presidential race. political reporter theo keith joins us in the studio, theo, some concerns. the warning to county clerks was this... expect more attention than normal at the couting sites because wisconsin is in the national spotlight. good morningcounty clerks get their final instructions before the recount starts at 9 a-m thursday. election administrators say that anyone can watch as the votes get recounted in each county...
make challenges. we would expect people to be civil wisconsin citizens and guests, and if they want to participate in the process, thats fine, but our expectation is that it will largely go smoothly elections administrators say that some clerks are miffed that the recount comes at the request of green party candidate jill stein, who got just one percent of the vote. the communication weve had from clerks has not been frantic or panicky theres been some frustration over that this is necessary stein is footing the 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. our focus will be on verifying the vote on the ground."stein's campaign has said, without providing evidence, that wisconsin's voting machines could've been tampered with. another tool that those
how the recount goes one-third of clerks -- that's 24 of them -- plan to use machines to count at least some of their ballots. the top concern from election administrators is finding enough people to be paid vote counters -- especially in rural counties. election officials in milwaukee county lay out their plans for the recount. it will begin tomorrow at 9 a-m. this morning, the countys out of the courthouse. they were taken to a city warehouse in a moving truck with sheriffs deputies providing an escort. the city ballots are there too. tomorrow, a rotating cast of about 130 workers will start the process of recounting more than 440-thousand ballots. the milwaukee county clerk says he expects very little to change by the end of the recount. i dont think were going to see a change in the outcome of the winner of the election in
machines to recount the ballots, saying doing it by hand would take much longer. 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 will cover the costs. today -- green party candidate jill stein officially requested a recount in wisconsin and pennsylvania. meanwhile -- the republican party of wisconsin is accusing the stein and clinton campaigns... of illegally coordinating to force this recount. in a federal complaint, the g-o-p says hillary clinton is the only person who stands to gain from the recount, even though stein requested it. stein's campaign dismissed the complaint as a "p-r stunt" -- saying any allegations of coordination between the two campaigns are quote: "fabrications."
about the recount. visit fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app -- to watch the complete news and tele-conferences. the story is on the home page. a teen has been arrested -- in connection to a west allis school threat. the written bomb threat was found yesterday in the bathroom of the lincoln intermediate school. police searched the building- - but nothing was found. police say case will be referred to the district attorney's office for possible charges. the gehl foods warehouse was evacuated this morning -- after an employee said someone may have entered the building with an explosie first responders investigated the call. in the end, a bomb was not found at the warehouse, and employees were back in the building just after noon. anna lutz says: "you can't take anything for granted. you can't go 'okay yea, it's probably just... you know.. this. you can't. the world is just too crazy, you can't take the chance." we're told -- the facility has a key- card entry system. meanwhile, the germantown police department continues to
have been a big part of this season. and that's no different after monday night's win in philly. tim van vooren has latest on those hurting in the blitz. "two of the most important performers for the packers suffered injuries in monday night's win in philadelphia. clay matthews to his shoulder, aaron rodgers to his hamstring. head coach mike mccarthy with an update." "still talking to the trainers and everybody involved with them and they fully expect them to play sunday." improving." "aaron is this anywhere near the calf of 2014?" "different years, different injuries." "but as far as what it could limit you?" "it's wednesday, i'm not sure yet at this point." "i'm in some pain, no doubt about it, there's some swelling, bruising, but we gotta xray and nothing is broken that's good so we will see moving forward." "you want to have your best players on the
stretch in must win situations. the packers are in one of those situations right now and they hope rodgers and matthews will be out there with on sunday. at lambeau field tim van vooren fox 6 sports." more seasonable today -- but that's not the buzz around our weather center. today -- we're debuting our new and improved weather deck... and that's where we find meteorologist tom wachs.... mixed precip possible also -- a court case dispute -- spills out into the streets. what happened after gunshots rang out. plus -- a serial burglar -- busted. how police were able to track down the 14-year-old
downtown milwaukee this morning. it led to the arrest of a 45-year-old man. it happened at ninth and state. police say the man was shooting at two people he knew... but nobody was actually struck. we're told this incident stemmed from a dispute related to a court case. ch against the man in the coming days. milwaukee police asking for the public's help identifying the suspect who robbed a person outside a gas station. it happened around one this morning near tuetonia and green tree. police say the man was armed with a fake gun when he robbed the victim. there was a struggle -- but he was able to get some money. if you recognize him -- you're asked to call police. new at six. a suspect is in custody following a series of garage burglaries this past weekend in sheboygan. police say -- he's only 14 years old! in one case -- the boy was
confronted by a witness. a school resource officer was able to identify him as a suspect and evidence of the crimes was found in his home. his case has been referred to the d-a's office for possible charges. back to reality today in the temperature department... how's the rest of the week shaping up? tom wachs is coming up with his forecast. plus. talk about right place at the right time. a texas woman visiting milwaukee is rushed to the hospital with organ failure. the rare, and unconventional
out of state is grateful to doctors at aurora st lukes medical center... who kept her alive long enough to get a transplant. the treatment...is rare...and unconventional. it is used for patients in liver failure deandra corinthios has the story this is the mars machine at aurora st luke's medical center. mars stands for molecular adsorbant recirculating system. it essentially washes a patients blood of toxins "this device is designed to not only do dialysis for your kidneys but
allow the liver to heal and prevent some patients from needing a transplant. but in diane wing's case...it's how doctors kept her alive. her doctor says she couldn't have gotten on the transplant list without it. "i was here in the hospital for 4 months and probably the last month is when i became more aware of people and certain nurses" wing was hospitalized for hepatitis c when she was visiting the area from texas. she was hooked up to the mars machine for 22 hours a day...and was barely conscious.t wing enough to get a liver and kidney transplant. according to doctor sahajpal...only one other transplant center in the country has taken this approach...theyre located in maryland. "it saved my life basically" "aurora health care has a hepatitis c screening program they have tested more than 35 thousand patients. more than 600 have tested positive and are now receiving treatment. reporting in milwaukee deandra corinthios fox6 news." doctors say baby boomers are
they say often people don't realize they have the disease...until they suffer a flare-up...like in wing's case. if you have questions about the virus, check out the links" section on fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app. we have a list of frequently asked questions -- answered by the c- d-c. a big day here at fox six. out with the old -- and in with the new. it took weeks of work... but the new and improved fox six weather deck -- is officially completed. we totally got rid of the old one and started from stratch. we've posted this timelapse ono com... boxes to weather weather light rain, snow and mix
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 30s. another storm system will bring the chance for rain and snow sunday tonight: light rain/snow showers. low: 35 wind: w 5-10 mph thursday: morning flurries then mostly cloudy. high: 42 wind: w 5-15 mph friday: decreasing clouds. am low: 30 high: 38 wind: nw 5-10 mph saturday:
high: 37 wind: w 5-10 mph sunday: mostly cloudy with the chance for rain/snow showers. am low: 27 high: 40 wind: sw 5-15 mph monday: mostly cloudy. am low: 30 high: 43 wind: sw-se 5-10 mph light rain, snow and mix is possible and 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 30s. another storm system will bring the chance for rain and snow
tonight: light rain/snow showers. low: 35 wind: w 5-10 mph thursday: morning flurries then mostly cloudy. high: 42 wind: w 5-15 mph friday: decreasing clouds. am low: 30 high: 38 wind: nw 5-10 mph saturday: partly sunny. high: 37 wind: w 5-10 mph sunday: mostly cloudy with the chance for rain/snow showers. am low: 27 high: 40 wind: sw 5-15 mph monday: mostly cloudy. am low: 30 high: 43
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making the playoffs. maybe it's time to get ripped! in a good way...tim van vooren carries the ball on the blitz. "well he's no kuhn, but aaron ripkowski's roll has sure grown for the packers as of late. in fact, monday night in philadelphia he scored green bay's first rushing touchdown by a running back all season." "he's earned these opportunities, especially as a one back. he's a good inside runner. he's very instinctive. in some ways he reminds you of john, in the short time this year and the limited amount of carries that he's good with the ball in his hand, he's tough to tackle and he's catching the ball as well." "ripkowski approaches things like he runs, straight ahead." "i'm more of a realist so i really don't think about the outside noise and what i can extra, what i can do this, this and that. i do what i'm told to do every day and i try to do and improve on other stuff and develop my range." "aaron ripkowski now on the
rodgers who says it would be nice if somebody other than aaron can join them. at lambeau field tim van vooren fox 6 sports." the seniors at wisconsin still have work to do to make their terrific season truly special. the adversity they've faced has only made them strong, and bnrough this group closer together. i'm extremely thankful; extremely blessed for the teammates, the coaches, 3 head coaches , 3 different coaches, multiple position coaches. i wouldn't want it any other way, and i think the guys in that locker way". the 6th ranked badgers-- versus number 7 penn state-on fox--with the big ten championship at stake! coverage from indianapolis kicks off saturday evening a 6. brandon cruz'll be with the team; his reports start tomorrow night here on fox 6. last night's 118-101 bucks win over lebron and the cavaliers probably ranks as their best performance of the season. the greek freak never stops trying to help his
scoring 34 points. he added 12 rebounds, 5 assists, 5 steals and 2 blocks! "we getting so close but because we are a young team we gotta learn how to, you know, open the door and get in. we know, but we gotta do it. in this game ya we did that. we did what we had to do to get the win." greg gard's badgers took a big slice out of the syracuse orange last night at the kohl center. etha star continue to rise. he scored 24 points and grabbed 13 rebounds in wisconsin's 77-60 win. follow breaking news 24-7 by
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