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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,
ballots, while the afternoon, involves counting ballots. volunteers spend much of the day tallying ballots, despite the lingering threat of a federal lawsuit, with the potential to put 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. ben thanks justin the election recount must be complete in less than two weeks. visit fox6 now dot com or
get regular updates. we'll also have links to the daily vote totals in "links." its been a relatively warm fall for most people in our area... but we could see some actual snowfall this weekend... and not just a couple flurries... fox6 weather expert stephanie barichello is on the weather deck with just how much we could see. 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 snowfall for some with 1-2" possible. a stronger storm
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. high: 35 wind: w 5-10 with snow in the forecast for this weekend, we invite you to download the fox6 storm center app. it's free
interactive radar. we're learning new details about an audit that has been ordered... looking into the level of medical care being given to inmates at the milwaukee county jail.. and the house of correction in franklin. details come out one day after county supervisor supreme moore omokunde called for sheriff david clarke's resignation.. because 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 supervisors. the part-- by the four inmate deaths. in just 6 months - terrill thomas...michael madden and kristina fiebrink...along with a stillborn baby...died inside the milwaukee county jail -- all under different circumstances - however one of them was ruled a homicide. this prompted milwaukee county supervisor supreme moore omokunde on thursday to call for sheriff david clarke's resignation... saying the sheriff "abdicated his responsibility to hold his
released a statement comparing the supervisor's name to a comic book character -- and saying the supervisor is upset that clarke helped donald trump get elected potus. investigators haven't said whether the actions or inaction of jail and medical staff contributed to any of the deaths. but an audit of armor medical services is underway. armor, a miami-based company, has contracted with the county since 2013 to provide medical care at the milwaukee county jail and the house of correction. the director of audits for comptroller confirmed auditors will investigate whether armor is meeting the contract requirements. also this afternoon, we received a copy of an email.. sent ?to the milwaukee county executive from county medical examiner brian peterson back in october. in it, peterson claims sheriff clarke quote-- verbally pummeled him-- end quote ... about the information his office released related to the four inmate deaths. we asked sheriff clarke for his response to the audit.. we were told to refer to his statement from yesterday. the county's safety
meeting on december 15th.. asking the sheriff and the department to answer questions about these recent deaths. meanwhile -- governor scott walker commenting on sheriff clarke today -- saying he could serve well in the president elect-trump administration... clarke met with mister trump in new york last week. governor walker says naming clarke as head of the department of homeland security is quote: "certainly one option" .. he also said he'd be qualified as an adviser on terrorist-related milwaukee police are investigating a reported sexual assault of a female victim... it happened around 5-30 yesterday near clement avenue elementary school. because of this -- milwaukee public schools is sending out information about the incident to parents. it will include information for parents to share with their children. m-p-s has also asked for increased patrols around the school. she's accused of trying to flee from police.. leading to a
passenger. now the teenager is headed to trial fox 6's derica williams tells us a plea to get her bond lowered-- denied. walking into a milwaukee county courtroom, samira coleman-wilks appears to have made some strides in her recovery. shes able to walk a little bit now she is not paralyzed thats a good thing but the impact of her alleged actions will be felt by many for some time to come. she was in court friday for a preliminary hearing.. on four charges including second-degree reckless homicide and second-degree reckless injury. im showing you a document titled preliminary hearing questionnaire and waiver is that your signature,-yes the 18-year-old is accused of fleeing from police during a traffic stop, traveling more than 50 mph over the speed limit and causing a crash that killed 20-year-old shawn oliver and severely injured mario harrell. there was an impact one of the passengers in her own vehicle
significant medical injuries, he may die and believe the family is currently telling me he is brain dead so there is a chance that there could be a second homicide charge she will be looking at... she doesnt have license never had a license the suspect entered a plea of not guilty. despite the defense's request to lower her bond, the court commissioner upheld the $50,000 cash bail recommendation. just keep praying allow the lord to work it out, thats all i can do were present, in their quest to seek justice, but as you can imagine it was emotional for them as they dealt with the proceedings. coleman-wilks was bound over for trial and is due back in court december 15th. milwaukee fire crews responding this afternoon to a construction site.... it happened near first and becher... a viewer sent us this time-lapse video of firefighters responding and containing the flames.
officials say it was possibly started by welders working on the roof. no injuries have been reported. we are just about 26 hours away from the kickoff of the big ten championship game. but today the teams arrived and the excitement is already starting in downtown indy. brandon cruz is live at the fan fest with a preview of the big game. and the city of indianapolis is decked out for the big game. you see big championship logos and flags everywhere downtown. you also see this too, badgers and nittany lions fans are making there way to indy. and if you're sitting at home and thinking about driving down, there's some good new they don't expect a sell out
city says they are ready for a lot of fans. "even if its not going to be a packed house at lucas oil stadium on saturday night- there will still be thousands of people who come to town and spend their money and time in downtown indianapolis." ben thanks brandon you can watch the big 10 championship right here on fox6. coverage from indianapolis kicks off tomorrow at 6 p-m. packers quarterback aaron rodgers appearing on the team's injury report today... his
ultimate trust. beverly taylor has this report from the courtroom. "she preyed on my son and used our friendship for access to him." :36 i blame myself for trusting her." :38 but the truth is she is an adult. my son is a child." the victim's father read his wife's statement in court concerning elizabeth dillet-- the woman who sexually assaulted their son-- by engaging in what the family says was a year long relationship. dillet was being sentenced for two counts of sexual assault. my client had some plan to have a relationship with js. :50the prosecutor had a different take: saying dillet became close friends with the victim's mother and describing dillet as manipulative. "the defendant was a volleyball coach and she had the victim, this teenage boy as her assistant coach. so he did go to the practices and the games with her." :13 through her husband-- the victim's mother described how
have recognized that our son believed that he was in a healthy relationship. his opinions regarding relationships has become distorted since this incident."dillet apologized to her family --but started with the victims family, namely the boy's mother. "... i broke your trust and our friendship. i know i crossed the line with your son and your family and it was very inappropriate of me." she visibly shook as the judge rendered his sentence "i am certain that you were well aware of where it was and irresponsible this was. :43 dillett was handcuffed and led out of the court knowing she will spend two years in prison. besides the two years confinement-- dillett will also have to undergo mental and sex offender evaluations-- and any appropriate treatment. once released, she'll be on three years of extended supervision. she is to have no contact with children under the age of 17 ...and comply with the sex offender registry.
prepare for lane closures on monday at the mitchell interchange as repairs get underway. the department of transportation is closing the north and south bound lanes of "eye"-94 from layton avenue to 13-th street. it's part of their first phase of construction to repair damage caused by crashes and to help prevent future ones from happening. the repairs should be completed by wednesday. governor scott walker asking state lawmakers for about 35 million broadband and technology in rural areas. the governor says it's going to take money to make the internet faster in those areas. under current legislation-- the state wants to spend 16-and-a half million dollars on broadband in the next three years. governor walker wants to make that total about 52 million dollars. the christmas tree at the state capitol building lights up for the first time this holiday season. governor walker lit the tree early this morning. the christmas tree on display is from eagle river-- donated by bruce and charlotte
made by wisconsin schoolchildren. this year's theme is: "wisconsin wildlife." toss to weather weather mostly cloudy tonight with overnight lows in the mid to upper 20s. staying mainly cloudy and chilly again saturday with highs in the middle 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 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
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 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 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 cloudy and chilly again saturday with highs in the middle 30s.
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 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 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 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
thank tom greenfield police have a new officer on duty... up next... how the new k-9 criminals. tomorrow on wakeup -- shop local this holiday season -- the waxwing joins us with handmade gift ideas for the whole family... all under 50-dollars! and -- how about some snow to get us in the holiday spirit? how soon we could see some flakes. that's tomorrow on wakeup -- we'll see
hes smart... hes fast... and ferocious if need be. the newest member of the got to work catching bad guys his first day on the job. fox6s deandra corinthios introduces you to ocho. k9 ocho is trained to locate weapons...sniff out drugs...even track and apprehend a suspect. "the drive in these dogs is so natural, they want to work they love it" 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
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 community. "he will be in a parade we have already done a school with the girl scouts" love...loyalty and respect is the foundation of this relationship. it's one that will last a lifetime...while the pair works together to keep the streets safe. in greenfield deandra corinthios fox6 news. canine ocho takes over for canine karma... who recently retired. president-elect donald trump continues his "thank you" tour-- but last night he had more to share than just his gratitude. he had a surprise announcement to make. who he's picked to fill the role
he dropped the name of his latest cabinet choice -- and he's back at it today -- continuing to shape his cabinet. lauren blanchard has more from washington. president elect donald trump making a surprise announcement during his "thank you" tour yesterday ... telling thousands of his supporters he has picked retired marine corps general -- james mattis -- as his nominee for secretary of defense. trump says: "we are going to appoint mad dog mattis." congressional wavier to serve ... since he has only been retired from active military duty for three of the required seven years ... due to the large bipartisan support mattis is already getting ... most don't foresee it being an issue. however ... there are some critics taking issue with the general's well- known "intense demeanor" ... keane says: "general mattis, in the statements he has made, is a colorful military general -- in tradition with many
battlefield commanders." another headline to come from yesterday's victory tour ... a comment made by the president-elect during his stop at a "carrier" plant in indianapolis ... where he warned companies looking to move jobs offshore ... trump says: "companies are not going to leave the united states anymore -- without consequences." those on both sides of the aisle were quick to weigh in on trump's latest threat ... questioning what impact it could have on how the u-s does business ... consequences that he's contemplating on moving the jobs overseas? are we talking about tax penalties, or people being jailed?" blanchard on-cam tag says: "the president elect is back in new york continuing to shape his cabinet ... he has officially filled 8 cabinet level positions ... leaving him and his team with 8 more to go. in washington, lauren blanchard, fox news." it's time for your news and weather together. the election recount will not