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mexico. the deal -- getting mixed reaction from both sides of the aisle ... stabenow says: "it said the state would be giving additional 7-million to -carrier- to stay ... not sure why governor pence in his position didn't do that earlier." mister trump later kicking off a "thank you" tour in ohio .... with a rally in cincinnati analysts are divided on whether or not the tour is a good move for the president-elect .... is if it keeps going you never govern you just keep campaigning." blanchard on-cam tag says: "and mr. trump's search for a secretary of state continues... adding another name to the running, ambassador john bolton ... bringing the list up to five-contenders. in washington, lauren blanchard, fox news." it's time for your news and weather together. milwaukee police identify the seven year old boy who died after an apparent beating in a house on the city's south side as
people in custody in connection with his death. a source tells us, the young boy was hit with a closed fist and a shoe and was also malnourished. a 44 year old woman arrested in connection was sentenced for another child death back in 2003. winningham's brother is also hospitalized after allegedly being beaten. one of the men convicted in connection with the death of laylah petersen-- receiving a hefty sentence. carl barrett -- sentenced to a total in november 2014-- he and another man fired multiple shots into a house-- where one bullet struck and killed petersen. barrett given 65 years of initial confinement and 35 years of extended supervision. that means the 21-year-old likely won't be eligible for release until he's 86. weather mostly cloudy tonight with lows around freezing. sunshine breaks through tomorrow into saturday
the upper 30s. another storm system will move in by sunday bringing the chance for rain and snow showers. there is the chance for rain again on tuesday which will likely transition to snow by nighttime. tonight: mostly cloudy. low: 32 wind: wnw 5-10 mph friday: partly sunny. high: 38 wind: nw 5-10 mp partly sunny. am low: 26 high: 37 wind: w 5-10 mph a recount of presidential ballots cast in wisconsin is
hand- count the ballots -- while others will use voting machines or a combination of the two. green party presidential nominee jill stein leading the effort for the recount -- raising the money necessary to make it happen. the recount must be complete by december 12th. while the recount in michigan is on hold... after president-elect donald trump filed an objection to the green party's request fo already more than eight hours into the recount in wisconsin. but that doesn't mean republicans support the efforts here. fox6's madeline anderson is live outside of the milwaukee county recount location with more on what each side is saying. wisconsin republicans say the recount is a waste of time and resources... because there's no evidence the voting machines were tampered with... both members of the green party and democratic party say the goal is
was counted properly a billboard along i-94 at oklahoma ave... is the latest criticism directed toward the presidential recount. i think the recount is disgraceful. the message from the republican party of wisconsin reads... "don't let liberals steal the election"... and shows a picture of former democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton and former green party presidential candidate jill stein. congressman sean duffy... who was recently named a member president elect donald trump's white house transition team... says there's no evidence the election results were tampered with... calling the recount efforts a ploy by democrats to try to change the outcome of the votes to favor clinton. jill stein raised $3.5 million in total for her presidential campaign. and shes over $6 million now for the recount. the donors to her campaign are hillary clinton donors. wisconsin green party leader george martin says the money raised reflects the
single party. thats a broad spectrum of people who are donating to this campaign. for democrats... the recount serves as assurance... that the process is working. im not sure the results will actually change, but why not check it out? and i think the more that republicans protest, and stop this count from happening, trying and stop this double check, it makes me more interested in what the results are, in what theyre trying to hide. the three parties do agree on one thing... they al location.... committed to watching this process play out. reporting live in milwaukee madeline anderson fox6 news. mary thanks madeline if the packers stand any chance of making the playoffs, aaron rodgers will have to continue to play at an mvp level. the pack will ride the golden right arm of aaron rodgers. but coach mike mccarthy wants to see something more. pip has the
in wisconsin. "this year alone we are now up to 59 deaths." it's on track to a record 231 deaths. but there's a new tool to fight it. "we believe that that is one of the keys to stemming the crisis that is before us." law enforcement hopes to "send" that number back down. why they need your help. that's new tonight at 6 mike mccarthy loved backup quarterback joe callahan, and now he has him back . joe callahan goes to the packers
released from the browns 53 man roster. speaking of qb's, aaron rodgers have been great in that quick strike offense, but know that he has a couple true running backs, the coach wants to add the "other" dimension. 10:52:56 "now with december football, we need to run the ball more as a football team, not only for us offensively, but for our defense, time of possession. you know, we're just hitting the 35 mark last week with time of possession. you'd like it's the part of the offense that we haven't been able to use as a primary focus". much like the pack, the badgers want to keep their offense on the field in saturday's big ten title game; because penn state has a potent group of "playmakers" on their side. all big ten running back corey clement's all about it. "why not? you know big games call for big time players so i'm willing to step up and put
know the senior captains dare and vince so their working and willing to do anything. " 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 tonight at nine o'clock here on fox 6. two nights after a great win on the hom cleveland, the 8 and 8 bucks play the 5 and 12 nets in brooklyn. they have to bring energy against all the teams-not just the cavs and warriors of the world. 22:05:36 "it's really important for any team ; it's a big key for us to get out and tun and move the ball. and not just to run the ball, but to move bodies as well. and i think we've been doing a better and better job of doing that, and when we do we play better". 22:05:53 the major league all-star game
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since the resignation of its c-e-o in september. the company reported a net loss of 7-point-2-million dollars. for more information on this and other stories in the business journal, we have link to their site on ours, fox6now.com. it's time for your news and weather together. tennessee officials say they're making significant progress searching for any survivors in areas burned by wildfires this week. so far -- ten people are confirmed dead and about 75 are injured. authorities ar dozens of lead about missing people -- but aren't sure exactly how many are unaccounted for. more than 14-thousand people were forced to evacuated monday night when high winds spread wildfires throughout the area. authorities in jacksonville say 11 hostages are safe after being held at gunpoint for two hours by a bank robbery suspect. swat team members reportedly rushed into the building after the suspect threatened some of the hostages... the suspect was then taken into custody.
south pole... the national science foundation says aldrin's health "deteriorated" while visiting the area as part of a tourist group. officials did not give details on aldrin's health issues ...but doctors say the 86- year-old is stable. aldrin was the second person to walk on the moon as part of the apollo 11 mission in 1969. toss to weather weather mostly cloudy tonight with lows around freezing. sunshine breaks through tomorrow into saturday but it'll be cooler with highs in the upper 30s. another storm system will move in by sunday bringing the
high: 39 wind: sw 5-10 mph monday: partly sunny. am low: 29 high: 42 wind: se 5-10 mph tuesday: cloudy with rain showers. am low: 33 high: 43 cloudy tonight with lows around freezing. sunshine breaks through tomorrow into saturday but it'll be cooler with highs in the upper 30s. another storm system will move in by sunday bringing the chance for rain and snow showers. there is the chance for rain again on tuesday which will likely transition to snow by nighttime. tonight: mostly cloudy. low: 32 wind: wnw 5-10 mph friday: partly sunny. high: 38 wind: nw 5-10 mph saturday: partly sunny. am low: 26 high: 37 wind: w 5-10 mph sunday:
oil prices are surgingu after opec's new deal to cut production. the oil conglomerate finalized an agreement to cut overall production by one-point-two million barrels a day. this comes after months of intense negotiations pitting saudi arabia against iran. this could be opec's last chance to control prices before donald trump takes office. the president-elect has promised a quote - "energy revolution" and that
he intends to open federal lands to onshore and offshore drilling. more than 1-point-3 million android phones are reportedly infected with malware -- most outside of the u-s. that's according the security firm "check point technologies." the malware -- called "googlian" -- is downloaded from non-approved, third-party app sites and not from google play. google says it has contacted affected users -- removed apps associated with the problem -- and added new protections. using social media to let students know they've been accepted... uw-green bay is using snapchat to inform applicants! students are still getting the traditional packets letting them know they've been accepted -- but the new method means they're finding out faster than ever. "they would definitely get a snap before they'd get their mail packet. students get the snaps pretty immediately because it's a place where they are they spend a lot of time there." the school says it's able to see when a student sees their message -- and so far
engaged? and taylor swift is heading to television... the details in tonight's buzz. engagement rumors are swirling about katy perry and orlando bloom.... this, after perry was seen with a masiv left hand earlier this week. reps for the two didn't respond to any requests for comment. kanye west is now out of the hospital... he had been under observation since november 22-nd. police and paramedics were called the home of his personal trainer the day before for reports of a physical altercation. sources say he was treated for exhaustion and dehydration. he's reportedly home with his wife kim kardashian west and the couple's two
channel... a-t-and-t announced plans for a new direct tv channel, called "taylor swift now." the channel will feature a 24-7 streaming video catalog including the singer's concerts, original content and quote -- "special glimpses into taylor's life and work spanning her entire career". that's the buzz. habitat for humanity taking a break from building houses...to build a different kind of abode! ...and it's all for a good cause. why they're working on these sweet
on building different kinds of houses...gingerbread houses. their second annual gingerbread event is happening right now. professional bakers, amateurs and students have come together to decorate gingerbread houses for donation for their favorite house. habitat for humanity says building gingerbread houses makes sense... s "well it is the holiday spirit,. you've heard of gingerbread houses related to the holidays and christmas and we just felt like it was such an natural way for habitat to kick off the holidays to build gingerbread houses because we build houses." select houses will be for sale throughout the week. the competition ends this saturday.
now at 6: the 4 million dollar recount begins. "it's not just a question about hacking." it's a chance to change the election -- but election officials are skeptical... "i dont think were going to see a change in the outcome of the winner of the election in wisconsin." 72 con ballots -- and just 12 days to get it done. that is the big story tonight -- as election officials and volunteers begin this monumental task. the green party called for a state- wide hand recount.. but the courts said no. it's up to the counties. in our area-- milwaukee, waukesha, racine, and sheboygan counties are machine counting votes -- and walworth is doing both. fond du lac, ozaukee, kenosha , dodge, jefferson and washington
sanchez is -- reporting on how the hand recounts are going from west bend. we start with theo keith in milwaukee -- where the state's largest machine recount is underway. no major issues reported on day one of the wisconsin recount. here in milwaukee county, a slow start, but the vote is little changed. only eight absentee ballots that previously counted were rejected upon milwaukee county election inspectors - sworn in for the presidential recount. do solemnly swear... but then - everything stopped. a supporter of green party candidate jill stein objected to the election commissions decision to test only two of the 30