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then things became difficult. then things became difficult. >> i'm done. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com captions paid for by cbs television distribution now at 4: a judge has denied a temproary restraining order se supporters of president-elect donald trump filed a lawsuit late last night in federal court in madison trying to end it. in the lawsuit they argue the recount threatens the "due process rights" of everyone who voted for mister trump. the lawsuit also argues that errors are likely in the recount, as election officials are rushing to meet a december 13th deadline. the wisconsin elections commission tweeting out today -- "the recount will continue unless a judge orders otherwise. keep
happening in milwaukee -- workers continuing the recount effort. it is day two of wisconsin's presidential recount. justin williams is live where that effort is underway in milwaukee. justin? francis are among the newcomers, today, as day two begets more bickering over ballots, during the continuing recount effort, in milwaukee county. friday, dozens of volunteers take a tally of milwaukee countys contribution to the 2016 presidential campaign, as
recounted. milwaukee county clerk, joe czarnezki, explains, the morning hours are dedicated to verifying absentee ballots, which can be contentious, at times, while the afternoon, involves counting ballots. czarnezki also addresses the lingering threat of a federal lawsuit, potentially, putting this process on-hold ... the wisconsin election commission has informed us that, unless we hear otherwise, from a judge, we need to keep counting, and were gonna keep counting. worked, until a little after 9 p-m, thursday, but he does not expect them to be here, that late, tonight. they will return tomorrow morning, to continue the effort. for now, this is the latest, in milwaukee. im justin williams, fox 6 news.
the election recount must be complete in less than two weeks. visit fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app -- and click the "politics" tab to get regular updates. we'll also have links to the daily vote totals in "links." this weekend -- some areas including milwaukee could see their first measurable snow fall! it could be a few inches in spots. barichello joins us from the weather deck with a look ahead. mostly cloudy tonight with overnight lows in the mid to upper 20s. staying mainly cloudy and chilly again saturday with highs in the middle 30s. snow showers are possible sunday and may mix in with rain at times. it will be the first
possible. a stronger storm system will move in tuesday bringing the chance for rain/snow mix and then flurries wednesday into thursday. it will also bring a sharp drop in temperatures with highs only reaching into the middle 20s by thursday. 27 wind: nw 5-10 mph saturday: mostly cloudy. high: 35 wind: w 5-10 mph sunday: snow showers. 1-2" possible. am low: 26 high: 36 wind: sw 5-10 mph with snow in the forecast for this weekend, we invite you to download the fox6 storm center app. it's free for apple and android devices -- and offers a powerful
fleeing police and killing someone in a crash and severely injuring another appears in court today. ben handelman joins us live in the newsroom with the story, new at 4. 18-year-old samira coleman-wilks pleaded not guilty today -- and a judge denied a bond request. the court upholding her 50-thousand dollar bond, saying she is facing serious felony charges and is a flight risk. police say coleman-wilks sped away from police, driving more than 50 miles an hour over the speed limit. she later crashed -- oliver, and seriously injuring another passenger mario harrell huh-rell .harrell suffered traumatic brain injury -- and may not survive. coleman-wilks is due back in court december 15th. live in the newsroom, ben handelman fox 6 news. steph thanks ben a kindergarten teacher will spend two years behind bars -- after she was convicted for having sex with a teenage boy. elizabeth dillett pleaded guilty in october to two counts of sexual
who works or volunteers with children. she was a kindergarten teacher and the athletic director at saint peter-immanuel luterhan. investigators say she met the victim through sports. school officials said dillett was on paid leave as of april 8th -- when the allegations surfaced. 18-year-old austin halbrooks pleading guilty in court today after he was arrested for "upskirting." he will be sentenced for one felony count of invasion of privacy -- three investigators say halbrooks secretly took pictures up girls skirts at university school of milwaukee in river hills -- where he was a student. law enforcement found 55 photos of four victims on his laptop -- dating back to february of 20-15. milwaukee county auditors have launched an investigation into medical care being given to inmates at the milwaukee county jail.. and the house of correction in franklin. details about this audit come out... one day after county supervisor supreme moore omokunde called for sheriff
of four recent ?inmate deaths. julie collins joins us with more - julie? this audit was called for by the chairman of the milwaukee county board of chairman of the milwaukee county board of supervisors. theo lipscomb says it was prompted --- in part-- by the four inmate deaths. lipscomb issued a statement saying, quote "the recent death and reports of poor care at the jail and the house of corrections are upsetting and frustrating." the audit focuses on armor medical services...the ?miami-based company has been contracted by the county since 2013 to provide
just yesterday, supervisor supreme omokunde called for sheriff david clarke's resignation before quote "more people die" ... saying the sheriff has quote ?abdicated his responsibility to hold his officers accountable." responding to that claim, sheriff clarke ?fired back, comparing the supervisor's name to a comic book character -- and the supervisor was simply upset the sheriff helped donald trump get elected as president. response to the audit.. we were told to refer to his statement from yesterday. a fire breaks out at a building under construction on milwaukee's south side today. this is a timelapse sent in by a viewer from 1st and becher -- as firefighters worked to get it under control. officials say the fire may have started during welding work being done on the roof. no injuries were
some breaking packers news.. quarterback aaron rodgers appearing on the team's injury report today.... he's listed as questionable for sunday's game against the texans in green bay. rodgers has been limited in practice all week after tweaking his hamstring monday night against the eagles... when he entered the mysterious tent on the sideline. but he is expected to play -- barring any the excitement is building in indianapolis as the badgers take on penn state for the big ten championship.
"what i'm most excited for is this group of players and this is their window of opportunity. for them to do what they did to have the opportunity to earn the opportunity to play tomorrow night, really proud of them and i'm looking forward to them trying to maximize that opportunity." thank brandon you can watch the big 10 championship right here on fox6. coverage from indianapolis kicks off saturday evening at
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officer is sharing a heartwarming show of support -- after her husband died in the line of duty. she posted a picture of her son on facebook -- holding two teddy bears with a very special meaning... ..saying the bears were made out of her late husband's uniforms. officer blake snyder was killed in october... after he and responded to a disturbance call. elizabeth says she's grateful for all of the comfort she has received from the st. louis community and the nation. two jailbirds share a mugshot in oregon this week. the picture going viral.. because the suspect posed with his pet macaw! authorities say craig buckner brought his parrot, named "bird," to county court with him. thinking his case wouldn't
outside. but the judge ordered buckner be arrested for violating the terms of his release on misdemeanor thefts. the security deputy took buckner out to get his pet from the tree. buckner had a friend come it pick up and care for it until his case is resolved. a report from "healthy paws pet insurance" shows pet owners pay just as much, if not more for their pets' health care as they do their own. new technology and more advanced treatment options drive up the cost. dogs are most likely to suffer
and eye infections. for cats, it's stomach and skin issues, kidney disease, and heart and respiratory problems. governor scott walker tweeting out today --"pleased to light the christmas tree at the state capitol. merry christmas!" the christmas tree on display is from eagle river. the balsam fir was donated by bruce and charlotte carey. it's decorated with ornaments made by wisconsin school children. the theme this year is "wisconsin wildlife.' delivering an economical all electric car before the end of the year. in todays tech report, rich demuro gets behind the wheel of the all electric chevy bolt e-v. it might be easy to confuse the chevy bolt ev ... with its sibling... the volt. but while the volt uses a combination of gas and electricity... the bolt is pure electric... it combines affordability with amazing range... over
while hundreds of thousands of reservationists wait patiently for their tesla 3... nats... chevy bolt chevy is delivering a comparable e-v ...before the end of the year. 25;38/theres a lot of noise, telsa makes a lot of headlines...we prefer to take a little more humble and hungry approach and were delivering the product to the market. the chevy bolt ev is an all electric car... no gas tank... it can go 238 miles on a cha 38 thousand dollars. tax credits make it even cheaper. 21;40/it really is a game changer in the electric vehicle space... i think people are going to look at that and say this really is the kind of car...electric car that can fit my everyday needs e-v competitors dont even come close... many max out around 100 miles to a charge. 34;35/only a handful of people have driven this car so far first thing you notice... bolt doesnt look like your typical e-v... it seems much bigger... nats... theres plenty of room in the
even the trunk. bolt is packed with the latest technology... including a digital dashboard... a giant touchscreen command center.... and lots of cameras... 31;49/with a flip you can go from a standard rear view mirror to a digital version bolt is fast, responsive... and fun to drive... plus it feels good to be on the cutting edge of an eco-revolution. the chevy bolt ev was just named motor trends 2017 car of the year... it goes on sale in california and oregon before the end of the year... then nationwide next year. tech report. ad lib about pkg coming up on fox 6 news at four... what left actress christina hendricks blushing while she read the
santa two". and here's a live look outside. ad lib what you see but this weekend...you could be seeing white weather expert stephanie barichello is up next with the forecast. help fox 6 make sure everyone has a warm jacket to wear this winter. join us for a special "coats for kids" collection next week. our tom wachs will be at the steinhafels in waukesha on december 7 -- collecting coats 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
mostly cloudy tonight with overnight lows in the mid to upper 20s. staying mainly cloudy and chilly again saturday with highs in the middle 30s. snow showers are possible sunday and may mix in with rain at times. it will be the first accumulating possible. a stronger storm system will move in tuesday bringing the chance for rain/snow mix and then flurries wednesday into thursday. it will also bring a sharp drop in temperatures with highs only reaching into the middle 20s by thursday. tonight: mostly cloudy. low:
high: 35 wind: w 5-10 mph sunday: snow showers. 1-2" possible. am low: 26 high: 36 wind: sw 5-10 mph fueled by cheap whiskey, greed and hatred.. bad santa is back on the big screen. our gino salomone gives us an inside look at "bad santa two." i trav rob a charity? you got a problem with that? yeah ive got a problem with that. no way these guys have two million bucks. will you keep it down. its go time. what did you think when you saw the first one? oh i loved it i loved it. i saw it after i got the role and it was hilarious
share that with someone. when youre reading the script and you see these lines can you say to anyone around you oh my gosh youre never going to believe this. there was no one around me when i was reading it so im laughing by myself looking from side to side blushing looking for someone to share it with because i couldnt believe what i was reading at some points so i had to experience the laughter all alone. i know we left on bad how are you even out of the joint anyway. early release overcrowding. it must have been packed to the gills if they couldnt fit your three foot &%$ in there. what do you think when you see that whole dynamic of billy bob and tony? theyre so great its like theyre brothers or something. and its just theyre very easy together and its just hilarious to watch. some scenes id say a little difficult to shoot. i aint exactly what youd call the romantic type but i gotta tell
to work with someone like billy its a blast. because the first day we worked together we were having sex on a christmas tree. so it was kind of like hi nice to meet you hi nice to meet you where should i put my leg do you mind if i do this? no go for it its fine thank you for asking and its such an absurd circumstance that all you can do is laugh and have a blast. whats it been fifteen years? mom. one thing is for sure you still hit like go of me. its starting to feel like christmas. miserable both of you. sometimes i need to be bad. when you dont have a real family you have to make a new one. i know youre not really santa but youre still my santa. penfield children's center helps a number of kids living in
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hes smart...hes fast...and ferocious if need be. the newest member of the greenfield police department got to work catching bad guys his first day on the job. fox6s deandra corinthios introduces you to ocho. boy,..." k9 ocho just tracked a weapon... practice...for when a suspect tosses a gun during a chase. this...is one of his many skills. "hell do narcotics, he can locate, indicate the odor of the narcotics, hell search for people, hell search for evidence, hell track people and he can do apprehension work as well" ocho is the newest member of the greenfield police departments k9 unit. one of two police dogs on the force... and officer jonah kowalkowski is his handler. they both just got back from training together in norh
natural, they want to work they love it" "k9 ocho has been on the force for just under two weeks and hes been on a couple of calls already. the first one was a very exciting one" "our very first night working together there was armed robbery at a local gas station, two individuals came in and robbed the clerks at gunpoint" but ochos job is more than chasing bad guys. "nats dog chewing on gun" hes a bond between the police department...and the commun already done a demonstration at the local grade school with the girl scouts" ocho is 18 months old. he is still learning... "its just fine tuning those skills" but he's already making a difference in the community. in greenfield deandra corinthios fox6 news. canine ocho takes over for canine karma...who recently retired.
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- p-d for 60 days. he served 30 days in jail with work release. lost his license for 15 months and lost 17-thousand the fire and police commission will meet next week to determine whether corbett receives a promotion to lieutenant. 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. when police were called to this
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. snyder, is exp sentenced in january. today -- the unemployment rate hitting it's lowest point since in years, which is good news for president-elect donald trump. but his transition team says there's plenty more work to be done... fox's karin caifa kay-fuh with more... the first jobs report since the election -- signaling good news, as the obama administration winds down. the labor department says u-s economy added 178,000 jobs in november - the 74th consecutive
fell to 4-point-6 percent. economist diane swonk says that's good news -- for president-elect donald trump. diane swonk/ds economics ceo: "even if he were to sort of do nothing, the economy is poised to continue to improve, albeit in fits and starts." the trump transition team - however - said there's still work ahead. voice of: jason miller/trump transition communications director: "in november, the nation lost 4,000 manufacturing jobs, bringing the total loss to over 300,000 under the obama administration." jobs have been in the spotlight for trump during a week that's yielded more clues about his ecoo to keep 1,100 jobs in indiana, rather than move them to mexico. donald trump/-r- president-elect: "companies are not going to leave the united states any more without consequences." and earlier -- the announcement of his pick for treasury secretary, former goldman sachs executive steven mnuchin, and for commerce, billionaire investor wilbur ross -- selections drawing fire from critics like senator elizabeth warren. sen. elizabeth warren/-d- massachusetts: "he's putting wall street insiders into
criticized wall street insiders before." among the president-elect's meetings at trump tower in new york friday -- democratic senator heidi heitkamp of north dakota -- perhaps in the running for energy secretary. trump announced thursday night he's chosen james mattis as his secretary of defense. the retired marine corps general is well thought of, on both sides of the aisle. in washington, i'm karin caifa. ben handelman joins us now from the news room with some stories coming up on fox six news at five. a for sexual assault of a child. her victim, a 16-year-old boy. at five, the surprising statement that boy's father read in court. also at five, a vigil for the victim in a hit-and-run. coming up, the one thing her family hopes will lead to the driver. we'll have those stories and more for you on fox six news at five. brad thanks ben. penfield children's center gets
one-thousand wrapped holiday gifts for the children enrolled at the center today. more than 90-percent of the children at penfield children's center live at or below the poverty level...and these may be the only gifts they get this holiday season. kohl's says it's great way to make sure kids are getting something... "the special thing about this event is that the holidays is a time when everyone is giving and this is a great opportunity to ensure that all the deserving children that penfield serve are able to receive a gift this holiday." kohl's and "kohl's cares" have committed more than 8-million dollars to 2000. coming up on fox 6 news at 4... residents in the south bronx want their neighborhood back... the unlikely animal that is taking over the streets. plus -- with plenty of orders already hitting doorsteps... thieves are taking advantage of an opportunity. how to protect your gifts this holiday season. here's a live look outside right
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ford is recalling more than 680- thousand cars -- most of them in north america -- over a seat belt defect. it comes after at least two people were injured in two accidents related to the issue. the vehicles in question are certain fusion, lincoln m-k-z and mondeo models from 2013 to 2016. ford says the
to snap during a crash. ford will notify the owners of the affected vehicles. you can check to see if your vehicle is affected by this recall. simply search "ford" on fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app. many of us expecting lots of packages for the holidays.. and that delivery spike... already attracting thieves. across the country - reports of packages stolen right off people's porches. security companies are suggesting ways to keep your gifts safe this season. surveillance systems to watch your packages for you. they say you don't even need to have a professional company set it up -- cameras bought off the shelf are so advanced these days you can take care of it yourself. experts say just the sight of a camera is sometimes enough. "the criminals know that they're being watched, they instantly will stop."
know it's protected by a security system. police also recommend tracking your packages and having your neighbors keep an eye out for deliveries. and connecticut consumers are being given a word of caution. some people in that state receiving letters.. that can be very confusing. the letters are for extended warranties on their vehicles, a company called "vehicle services department" is offering people way... with bold letters all over them, many people think they won something and have to act now. but it turns out, the company has tons of complaints and only have a "c" rating with the better business bureau... "the letter is structured in such a way that it sort of makes it look like its important for you to act now." "if you are being asked to act immediately to get a discounted offer on something, its almost always too good to be true." experts warn to read the fine print and to do your own research on any company that sends you something
rain/snow mix and then flurries wednesday into thursday. it will also bring a sharp drop in temperatures with highs only reaching into the middle 20s by thursday. tonight: mostly cloudy. low: 27 wind: nw 5-10 mph saturday: mostly cloudy. mph sunday: snow showers. 1-2" possible. am low: 26 high: 36 wind: sw 5-10 mph monday: partly sunny. am low: 31 high: 42 wind: s 5-10 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy with the chance for rain and snow showers. am low: 34
wednesday:mostly cloudy and breezy with flurries. am low: 28 high: 34 wind: nw 5-15 mph thursday: mostly cloudy , windy and cold. am low: 20 high: 24 wind: nw 15-25 mph mostly cloudy tonight with overnight lows in the mid to upper 20s. staying mainly l again saturday with highs in the middle 30s. snow showers are possible sunday and may mix in with rain at times. it will be the first accumulating snowfall for some with 1-2" possible. a stronger storm system will move in tuesday bringing the chance for
wednesday into thursday. it will also bring a sharp drop in temperatures with highs only reaching into the middle 20s by thursday. tonight: mostly cloudy. low: 27 wind: nw 5-10 mph saturday: mostly cloudy. high: 35 wind: w 5-10 mph sunday: possible. am low: 26 high: 36 wind: sw 5-10 mph monday: partly sunny. am low: 31 high: 42 wind: s 5-10 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy with the chance for rain and snow showers. am low: 34 high: 41 wind: ne 5-10 mph
if you enjoy a glass of white wine every day ... you may be slightly increasing your risk for melanoma. researchers found that total alcohol intake was associated with a fourteen percent higher risk of melanoma per dr but when they looked at the type of alcohol consumed.. white wine was associated with a 13-percent higher risk of melanoma compared to red wines. study authors noted beer and liquor did not significantly affect melanoma risk. and type-two diabetics may be able to control their blood sugar in a simple way. typically, moderate to vigorous exercise is recommended, but many people ignore that advice. so after a new study, researchers say it takes even less....
of adults in their sixties shows that breaking up your sitting every half-hour can improve your blood sugar levels. researchers hope to get the same results in an even larger study. and ladies, listen up... a new study suggests a low carb diet could lead to a healthier metabolism. the study included 32 women - ages 50 to 65 without diabetes. they were put into groups of either a high or low-carb diet. the study reported, when people ate three low carb meals in 24 hours, and exercised an hour before each meal... their insulin s were down by 30 percent. they aren't sure how the low-carb diet would affect those with diabetes why did the chicken cross the road.. in one bronx neighborhood, the answer of obvious. chickens are taking over a part of the south bronx. it's causing quite the poultry problem.. there are chickens in the trees, the streets and on even the sidewalks. residents are asking authorities to come re-locate them. nobody knows where they came from but they say they are running around like-- well.... like chickens
"i almost hit one driving i'm glad i don't drive faster because i would have hit the poor guy. i saw a baby chicken dead on the floor unfortunately." the state's department of agriculture says it is looking into the possibility of moving the chickens somewhere safe. police in the u-k are looking for a suspect in a road rage incident that was all caught on camera. police say tense moments after a fender bender quickly turned heated words quickly turned into a wrestling match. which then led to one of the drivers backing up their flat bed into the other truck. and it doesn't stop there... he then smashes the man's windshield with a shovel before taking off. police say they have found the truck, but are still looking for the angry driver. secretary of state john kerry sitting down with pope francis at the vatican. the pope handing kerry a gift set of books. kerry is in italy to meet with the russian foreign minister.
in the middle east. not a good day for russia's space program... the country confirming the loss of two-and-a-half tons of cargo... in space... the cargo craft launched from kazakhstan yesterday. six minutes into the flight -- air control lost the signal. it came crashing back down to earth in an unpopulated mountainous area. the craft was intended to deliver supplies to the international space station the crew up there has plenty of supplies left, so their work is unaffected for now. now... from the skies to the bottom of the earth ... nasa is searching antarctica for fallen meteorites. it's part of a collaboration between nasa the national science foundation and the smithsonian institute. each year a team of explorers searches for eight to ten weeks for meteorites. then, samples are brought to the johnson space center in the spring. studies
california are getting a break from the pressure of finals. and they're doing it -- with the help of coloring books and pets! kim murphy has the story -- new at 4. with finals looming it's a stressful time for college students and at american river college in california, some are coloring outside the lines. puppies are lending paws to de-stress and an adult coloring book program will soon be at their aaron austin, student: "when you're coloring it sends you back to a more simpler mindset, so it is really stress relieving to sit and draw and color," but others say it's creating a real problem. benjamin uchytil, student: "i do have a concern with bringing these things on campus because i think we have a tendency to baby college students," benjamin uchytil is back in school for his masters degree and says students need to learn to cope like adults.benjamin uchytil, student: "the world does not come to an end because you did not get what you want," american
to try colorful tools. scott crow-pio: "stress is real and some students are looking for ways to manage that stress, so we're trying to be creative and flexible in a way that helps to manage that stress so they can succeed." kendall long: "we definitely need puppies on campus, even coloring honestly." a major concern though.. the cost. american river college says the coloring books and crayons will all be donated and not come out of taxpayers pockets. as for the puppies, their four legged companionship is free, provided by the spca. kendall long: "we are just trying to go to school to do better in the world, so why not help them the best we our big story this evening: stop the count! that's what conservative political action groups are calling for. however--- a judge has denied an
fox6's myra sanchick tells us about this national story unfolding here in our state. the lawsuit was filed today in federal court and the groups are asking that a federal judge in madison sign a temporary injunction stopping the recount. but less than an hour ago, judge james petersen said no. he will not stop the recount, not yet. the groups can ask for an injunction next week and the judge will take arguments, but for now the count is on. the recount has been going on party candidate jill stein paid 3 point five million dollars to force the recount of wisconsin's three million presidential votes. president elect donald trump won that election by 22-thousand votes in wisconsin. today three documents were filed in federal court by a group called great america pac, and stop hillary pac, one is asking for a temporary restraining order to stop the recount until bigger issues are decided. the bigger issues:
unconstitutional. president-elect trump and supporters also filed actions to head off separate recounts in michigan and pennsylvania. those recounts have not yet begun. in wisconsin the judge says he will hold a hearing next friday. however, elections officials say the recount will be over by december 13th in any case. steph thanks myra earlier today-- when details of the federal lawsu elections commission responded at that time.. tweeting: "recount will continue unless a judge orders otherwise. keep counting!" that's exactly what's happening today as the recount does continue across the state... fox6's justin williams is following up on what's happening here in milwaukee county... he joins us live, from a warehouse space, along kinnickinnic
are you? day two, a write-in for bernie sanders with tim kaine as vice president. begets more bickering because tim kaine is a valid candidate, i think it should be counted as hillary. over botched ballots, theres no way to determine that their, the voters, intent was to vote for clinton, when she, sanders. as the recount continues, in milwaukee county. bernie sanders is not a registered write-in, and, therefore, that vote would only be counted as a scattering vote. volunteers take a tally of milwaukee countys contribution to the 2016 presidential election, as hundreds of thousands of votes are recounted. we have different municipalities in, today, in addition to the city of milwaukee, than you had, yesterday. milwaukee county clerk, joe czarnezki, explains,