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"its history in the making and im glad to be a part of it" now at seven --- day two of the historic presidential election recount getting underway this morning across wisconsin. ahead why counting got off to a rocky start in some locations. plus.. resignation request! why a milwaukee county leader is calling on sheriff david clarke to step down. good morning and welcome weather a very stubborn low is very slowly exiting our area today with high pressure moving to our south. that will mean a slow drying today with a few breaks in the clouds late. temperatures will get into the mid to upper 30s today and stay in that range through sunday. a new low arrives sunday with rain and snow likely. we could see up to an inch of accumulation. we warm into the low 40s monday
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anchor adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays the counting continues today --- ballots go under the microscope for the second straight day. and the clock is ticking... for election officials to get the job done. we have team coverage this morning. angelica is in the newsroom following the late night count going on in waukehsa county. but first we start with deandra corinthios live from the milwaukee election commission warehouse --- where things will pick back up in an hour. ballot counting begins at 8 am 8 absentee ballots in milwaukee county
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had thursday elections commissioners decided to publicly test only two of the 30 voting machines being used in the recount... but a supporter of green party candidate jill stein objected. milwaukee county commissioners then decided to test all 30. one of them was broken, and had to be fixed that's why they didn't start counting votes until three hours past the original start time. the first city of milwaukee ballots finally got fed through the machines just after noon. suburban ballots, two hours later. besides 130 inspectors, representatives from the republican, democratic and green parties were also here to chall "there have been a couple that have been rejected because they were improperly filed " hillary clinton trails donald trump by over 22,000 votes. there is no indication the numbers have shifted very much after the recount's first day. the deadline to finish the recount is december 12 reporting live in milwaukee deandra corinthios fox6 news. the tiny county of menominee managed to complete its recount on day one -
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angelica is in the newsroom to explain why. the first ballot didnt make it into the machine until 10-30 last night in waukesha county, workers stayed until midnight feeding ballots through the machines. workers spent most of the day yesterday validating absentee ballots and the ballots that were cast on election day-- making sure everything is filled out correctly. the county clerk says she hopes by solving problems early in the process, they won't be repeated later. i think kind of just getting the steps understood among the board complicated process. i think as we resolve issues early in the process, they will not occur again and the timing and speed will pick up. early in the process, they will not occur again and the timing and speed will pick up. waukesha county workers are planning to continue the process starting at nine this morning. the recount process in michigan running into a road bock --- after president elect donald trump appeals the
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claim the recount can't be finished on time, and the petition wasn't properly signed. the michigan recount can't start until next week at the earliest. green party candidate jill stein had to pay 973-thousand dollars in order to file for the recount... but in michigan... state law says taxpayers will have to cover the rest of the costs. in pennsylvania... a hearing is scheduled for monday for a statewide recount on behalf of stein. visit fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app -- and click the "politics" tab to get regular updates on wiscs to the daily vote totals in "links." happening today-- the milwaukee county board will meet to discuss pension payments for county employees. documents show milwaukee county paid 11 million dollars in pension payments to retirees last month. it was to make up for underpayments made to county employees who have already retired. and they're due another 6 million. county chairman theo lipscomb says county executive chris abele acted too slowly. abele says he could
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a milwaukee county supervisor is calling for the resignation of sheriff david clarke. in a statement supervisor "supreme moore omokunde" says it needs to happen before quote "more people die". he says four people have died in the milwaukee county jail in the last six months-- including a newborn baby. the child's mother has sued the sheriff's office. omokunde claims clarke has "abdicated his responsibility to hold his officers accountable." in response the sheriff released a stateen supervisor's name to a comic book character -- and saying the supervisor is upset that clarke helped donald trump get elected president. a milwaukee police officer could get a promotion - even after spending time behind bars. sergeant john corbett was pulled over in rural fond du lac county for o-w-i back in november 2010. dash cam shows him taking a field sobriety test. a police report says his 13 -year-old daughter was in the car and she had been driving earlier. corbett was suspended from m-
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lost his license for 15 months and lost 17-thousand dollars because of the incident. the fire and police commission will meet next week to determine whether corbett receives a promotion to lieutenant. still to come on wake up --- as inch closer to winter weather --- the wisconsin d-o-t is here with a road work update. president elect donald trump is set to continue his so-called "thank you" tour across the country. ahead the important announcement regarding his cabinet. and we're backing bucky --- as the badgers head to indy. a preview of tomorrow's big ten championship up at 730. and brian kramp is live at the
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you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. a very stubborn low is very slowly exiting our area today with high pressure moving to our south. that will mean a slow drying today with a few breaks in the clouds late. temperatures will get into the mid to upper 30s today and stay in that range through sunday. a new low arrives sunday with rain
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an inch of accumulation. we warm into the low 40s monday and tuesday. dick adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays construction continues on the zoo interchange. ryan luck with the d-o-t joins us to talk about everything that's going to impact your commute. overnight full closures i-94 east at moorland monday and wednesday.
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the project. all permanent lane reductions are removed. moving in to the winter there are a number of traffic switches coming that will being some ramp closures / access restrictions: the ramp to 84th street will not be accessible from i-94 east beginning mid- december the 84th street westbound entrance ramp will have access to i-41 north
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the wis 100 entrance ramp to i-94 west will close
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celebrate the holidays at the milwaukee public market.
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forecast from fox6 chief meteorologist rob haswell a very stubborn low is very slowly exiting our area today with high pressure moving to our south. that will mean a slow drying today with a few breaks in the clouds late. temperatures will get into the mid to upper 30s today and stay in that range through sunday.
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see up to an inch of accumulation. we warm into the low 40s monday and tuesday. today: mostly cloudy and cooler. early am drizzle then drying. high: 38 wind: nw 5-10 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. low: 28 wind: nw 3-7 mph saturday: partly sunny. high: 36 wind: w 5-10 mph sunday: mostly cloudy with a chance for light snow. am low: 26 high: 38 wind: sw 5-10 mph monday: mostly cloudy. am low: 32 high: 42 wind: s 5-10 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy with a chanc high: 42 wind: nw 5-15 mph wednesday:mostly cloudy. am low: 30 high: 36 wind: w 10-20 mphforecast from fox6 chief meteorologist rob haswell a very stubborn low is very slowly exiting our area today with high pressure moving to our south. that will mean a slow drying today with a few breaks in the clouds late.
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in that range through sunday. a new low arrives sunday with rain and snow likely. we could see up to an inch of accumulation. we warm into the low 40s monday and tuesday. today: mostly cloudy and cooler. early am drizzle then drying. high: 38 wind: nw 5-10 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. low: 28 wind: nw 3-7 mph saturday: partly sunny. mph sunday: mostly cloudy with a chance for light snow. am low: 26 high: 38 wind: sw 5-10 mph monday: mostly cloudy. am low: 32 high: 42 wind: s 5-10 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy with a chance for light snow. am low: 34 high: 42 wind: nw 5-15 mph wednesday:mostly cloudy. am low: 30 high: 36 wind: w 10-20
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six.... it's double the celebration in river hills! we're wishing
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a happy sixth birthday. they like legos, reading and pokemon. jacob in mequon is turning the big six today! he likes swimming, drawing and dancing to michael jackson. there's six candles on darian's cake in milwaukee! she likes reading, dancing and singing. dalawrence in milwaukee is turning the big six today! he likes reading, ninja turtles and transformers. look who's six in franklin! layla likes swimming, camping and her sister cecelia. w'ere cheering f na-tee-yah in milwaukee!she likes her dolls, baking with mom and grandma and playing dress up. to find out how to wish your child a happy sixth birthday on fox six wake up news - just log on to "fox six now dot com" for all the
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introducing the reuben from subway
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r arnold reuben. others, by reuben kulakofsky during a poker game. and some insist it was hollywood starlet marjorie rambeau in a fit of crazed hunger. seriously. the reuben's past may be debatable, but its great taste is not. stacked with lean corned beef, bavarian-style sauerkraut, swiss cheese, and thousand island dressing on new freshly-baked rye bread. we don't know where it came from, but we know where you can
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muskego. today's weather is raining and 60 degrees out. so by summer and
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is rain, rain and more rain. so kids don't forget your boots and umbrella." watching fox 6 wakeup news-- milwaukee's only local news from
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recount in wisconsin-- off to a counties. day two of the recount gets underway within the hour. details on how election officials will meet the deadline. thanks for staying with wakeup.. time now x:xx.. kim, nicole and angelica adlib toss to wx forecast from fox6 chief meteorologist rob haswell a very stubborn low is very slowly exiting our area today with high pressure moving to our south.
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breaks in the clouds late. temperatures will get into the mid to upper 30s today and stay in that range through sunday. a new low arrives sunday with rain and snow likely. we could see up to an inch of accumulation. we warm into the low 40s monday and tuesday. anchor adlibs traffic red on yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays election officials in milwaukee county hope to make up lost time in the recount today. the first ballots from the city of milwaukee werent counted for more than three hours
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election commission warehouse with the details. in milwaukee county, a petition by the green party to test every voting machine slowed the process. once on track-- almost no problems with ballots were found. in the city of milwaukee, workers recounted 30-thousand ballots and found one or two errors. in the suburbs, the election ballots after finding errors. that means the most the margin could have changed so far is eight. far from the 22,177 that president-elect donald trump won by. this all came after all the milwaukee county voting machines were tested. a jill stein supporter objected to the election commissioners decision to only publicly test two of the voting machines being used in the recount commissioners came back and decided to test them all. one of them was broken and
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percent quality check. if youre in a factory and theres a problem, sometimes you have to check everything " the recount starts back up again at 8 am. the deadline to finish is dec 12....and they plan to work every day except sunday leading up to that date live in milw dc fox6 news pace... when it comes to counting votes. the recount got off to a late start in waukesha county... where the first ballot wasn't fed through until after ten last night --- and after a long day... it was an exciting moment. "ready, here goes the first one... yay... woo hoo!" workers took a break for the night around midnight. the group is expected to return to work around 9 a-m today. county clerk kathleen novack says she hopes by solving
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won't be repeated later. in dodge county... paid volunteers counted ballots by hand... completing 18 out of 42 municipalities on the first day. workers found three absentee ballots that were not in proper envelopes. those will not be included in the recount. overall, dodge county clerk, karen gibson, says things are going well. she says the response from volunteers was outstanding... but she still thinks she will need until to finish counting. in our area -- as we mentioned milwaukee and waukesha counties are machine counting votes. so are racine and sheboygan counties. walworth is doing both machine and hand counts. fond du lac, ozaukee, kenosha ,jefferson ,washington and dodge counties are hand counting. visit fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app -- and click the "politics" tab to get regular updates on wisconsin. we'll also have links to the daily vote totals in "links." president elect donald trump is set to continue his so-called
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this as the future commander in chief makes another big announcement on his cabinet. angelica is in the newsroom with details. the biggest announcement to come out of the speech, though, was the nomination of his secretary of defense. trump says: "we are going to appoint 'mad dog' mattis as our secretary of defense... crowd cheers ... but we're not announcing it until monday james mattis is a retired marine general with 44 years of service under his belt. in 2004, he led troops into fallujah, the bloodiest battle in the iraq war. but general mattis would need a waiver from congress in order to be confirmed --- because military leaders have to be retired for seven years before they can become secretary of defense. the president elect also visited indiana yesterday...where he's being credited
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heating and air conditioner manufacturer to keep one-thousand jobs in the u-s. a mother-- charged with failure to prevent her sons child abuse... is now dead from a suspected drug overdose. 25-year old megan scott was the mother of three year old aiden archer. scott and her then boyfriend, 28-year old maurice snyder faced multiple charges for aidens death. the boy died in june last year after significant trauma to his head and body. whe house, officials say needles were found inside. the child-abuse awareness group 'guardians of the children' has been following aidens story and says they were surprised by these developments. kp 'we knew that they were on heroin. but we were still surprised.' kp 'we want justice for aiden - and im not sure thats the type of justice were talking about. it would have been better for her to be behind bars.' scott had just posted bond and was released from jail last week.
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sentenced in january. still to come on wake up at eight --- the top tech gifts for the holiday season. plus, we're test driving the all new electric chevy bolt e-v. also at eight --- how many miles the car can travel just on one charge. singing "think back on all the tales that you'll remember... of camelot." and actress natalie portman stepping into some historic shoes in her latest movie. the film is drawing major oscar buzz but coming up why it will be hard to find in theaters and brian kramp is baking up a storm at the milwaukee public market.
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coats for kids collection next week. our tom wachs will be at the steinhafels in waukesha -- collecting coats new or gently used of all sizes! the first 200 people to donate at least four coats will get a pair of ticket vouchers to see the harlem globetrotters on new years eve at the bmo harris bradley center find more details on our website
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agine a world where the holidays are about joy again. where days are filled with magic instead of madness. we've imagined the holidays this way for decades. it's why we never have crazy sales. never make you clip coupons. and always have amazing prices on popular brands and thoughtful gifts. it's time to bring back the holidays
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forecast from fox6 chief meteorologist rob haswell a very stubborn low is very slowly exiting our area today with high pressure moving to our south. that will mean a slow drying today with a few breaks in the clouds late. temperatures will get into the mid to upper 30s today and stay in that range through sunday. a new low arrives sunday with rain and snow likely. we could see up to an inch of accumulation. we warm into the low 40 tuesday. today: mostly cloudy and cooler. early am drizzle then drying. high: 38 wind: nw 5-10 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. low: 28 wind: nw 3-7 mph saturday: partly sunny. high: 36 wind: w 5-10 mph sunday:stly cl6 high: 38 wind: sw 5-10 mph monday: mostly cloudy. am low: 32 high: 42 wind: s 5-10 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy with a chance for light snow. am low: 34 high: 42 wind: nw 5-15 mph wednesday:mostly cloudy. am low: 30 high: 36 wind: w 10-20 mphforecast from fox6 chief meteorologist rob haswell a very stubborn low is very slowly exiting our area today with high pressure moving to our south. that will mean a slow drying today with a few breaks in the clouds late. temperatures will get into the mid to upper 30s today and stay in that range through sunday. a new low arrives sunday with rain and snow likely. we could see
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delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays there's plenty a lot on the line tomorrowr night as the badgers play penn state in the big ten championship game. the excitement is building and how are the players handling all the extra attention? brandon cruz has more on that from indianapolis. "the big ten championship game on saturday night here at lucas oil stadium will definitely be the biggest on the badgers schedule to date. but talking to the players it's just the next game on the schedule. 'you cant approach it like its this huge game because at the end of the day its football its what weve been playing are who lives its got a little more hype around it but at the same time weve been in games that
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year long its nothing new to us, weve facing another great opponent with a lot of great weapons offensively.' 'oh its really exciting all the hard work that weve done in the season, this is our kind of, your reward in fact playoff games and all that stuff but this is a championship game itself and we want to own the big ten.' "the badgers are hoping that there is another big game in the future meaning the college football playoffs. but that's another discussion for another day. first things first, they have to beat penn state saturday night. from indianapolis brandon cruz o you can watch the big 10 championship right here on fox6. coverage from indianapolis kicks off saturday evening at 6. dozens of elaborate gingerbread houses created by students at m-a-t-c are now on display at the milwaukee public market. that's where you'll find brian kramp this morning --- learning what it takes to make these
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good morning, and happy friday! were going to start drying out a bit
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chilly out there right now. temperatures will get only into the mid to upper 30s today and will stay there right through the weekend. a new low arrives on sunday with rain and snow likely. we could see up to an inch of the white stuff. we warm back into the 40 for early next week, so if we do see some snow, dont worry, it wont be sticking around for too long. today were mostly cloudy and cooler. some drizzle this morning, then drying conditions. the high will be 38. tonight is mostly cloudy with a low of 28. saturday will be partly sunny with a high of 36. then on sunday well be mostly cloudy with a chance for light snow and
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portman stars in a new film that is generating award season buzz. the actress takes on the role of jackie kennedy. "don't let it be forgot that for one brief, shining moment, there was a camelot." opening in limited release this weekend in new york and los angeles is "jackie." the film takes place in the days preceding and following the assassination of president john f. interview the first lady gave to "life" magazine. the movie is playing on just five screens this weekend, but is expected to enter wide release later in the month. this year's national christmas tree lighting making a milestone of sorts for president obama and the first family. it's the last time they'll carry out the holiday tradition. "three, two, one. hey! merry christmas, everybody!"
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obama and their youngest daughter sash for the tree- lighting ceremony. the celebration includes a concert with kelly clarkson, marc anthony and garth brooks. the national christmas tree has been a washington tradition for more than 90 years. the first such ceremony occurred under president calvin coolidge back in 19-23. a family is hitting a grand slam this year with their christmas
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ra sandwich as full of intrigue as it is flavor. some say it was invented by deli owner arnold reuben. others, by reuben kulakofsky during a poker game. and some insist it was hollywood starlet marjorie rambeau in a fit of crazed hunger. seriously. the reuben's past may be debatable, but its great taste is not. stacked with lean corned beef, bavarian-style sauerkraut, swiss cheese, and thousand island dressing on new freshly-baked rye bread. we don't know where it came from, but we know where you can
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now the counting continues. we have team coverage as workers return for day 2 of the election recount. good morning and welcome back to

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