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the historic presidential election recount getting underway this morning across wisconsin. and --- resignation request! why a ml calling on sheriff david clarke to step down. good morning and thanks for waking up with us. i'm derica williams. and i'm rachael kaye. it's going to be another cool december day, with cloudy skies and highs in the mid 30s. we'll stay dry today. the big story is our snow chances - which arrive as early as 6am sunday and continue throughout
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wind: wnw 5-10 mph message from wisconsin election officials as a group of trump supporters try to stop wisconsin's recount! julie collins joins us live with the latest on recount 2016 - julie? a federal judge ruled he will listen to a lawsuit to stop the recount, but not until next friday. that's just days before the recount is
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continue to be rechecked. after a second day, very few changes have been detected across the state. in fact, after a second day of tabulating, fox 6 calculations show the lead is exactly the same for president elect donald trump as it was after election night. election officials are confident they'll be able to finish by the deadline. "we're right on schedule for where i initially projected, i've had some cushion so that's where... we're doing well!" to their schedule, meaning counting will be taking place all weekend across the state. here in milwaukee the recount will continue today at 9:00am. we are live in milwaukee -- julie collins. fox 6 news. thanks julie! there's new developments
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tuesday is when we'll find out if the recount in michigan is going to officially happen. michigan's attorney general filed yesterday to stop the recount requested by green party candidate jill stein. the a-g says stein is not entitled to a recount -- because she received just over one-percent of the vote in michigan. meanwhile -- in pennsylvania mister-trump's lead has now been cut from 71-thousand votes to 49- thousand... because provisional and absentee al counted and recorded. however, final counts are still outstanding in some places. the election recount must be complete in less than two weeks. see the politics section of fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app -- for regular updates. we'll also have links to the daily vote totals. an audit has been ordered to look into the quality of medical care being given to inmates at the milwaukee county jail -- and the house of correction in franklin. as fox6's ashley sears found out -- it's
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in just 6 months -three inmates and 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 in response -- the sheriff 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 to see if the contract requirements are
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has contracted with the county since 2013 to provide medical care at the milwaukee county jail and the house of correction. 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. ashley says: we asked sheriff clr told to refer to his statement from thursday. reporting in the newsroom, ashley sears -- fox six news. a milwaukee woman accused in a fatal crash last month pleads not guilty. prosecutors say 18-year-old samira coleman-wilks was behind the wheel when she fled from a traffic stop. that vehicle crashed shortly after at 27th and capitol-- killing one of her passengers... and gravely injuring a second. officials say
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over the speed limit at the time of the crash. a heated exchange in the hallway of the milwaukee county courthouse... after a teacher is sentenced for having sex with a then-16-year-old student. "what are you gonna do? what are you gonna do? that's my son!" that was the father of the victim. just moments before -- the judge two years in prison -- after she engaged in what the family says was a year long relationship. the former teacher at saint peter- immanuel lutheran school in milwaukee addressed the victim's mom in court. "... 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." dillet was also sentenced to three years of extended
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championship is on the line. the badgers take on penn state.. in a message to his teammates, injured linebacker chris orr said that if he had to tear up his knee again for the badgers to accomplish what they did this year -- he'd do it in a second. brandon cruz reports from indianapolis. "indianapolis is the place to be if you are a penn state fan or a wisconsin fan because both teams will be meeting at lucas oil stadium for the big ten championship game on saturday. tehy will be competing for the trophy replica of the amos alonzo stag championship trophy on friday both coaches had the real trophy in front of them as they exchanged pleasantries. also players on the badgers who got injured and been out for the entire season are still playing a big roll with the current badgers ready to do battle on saturday."" "they've had a really significant role. and just because they stopped, they weren't able to play doesn't mean they stop being teammates
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teams been fun and i think in large part because of that attitude. you know the guys just want to do all that they can to help in whatever way they can help " "the badgers do coem into the game as favorites. not by a big margin by any means only 2.5 points at this time. but if they go on to win they will be in the conversation until sunday when the college football playoffs will be announced and many believe the big ten champion deserves to be in the final four. from indianapolis, brandon cruz fox six sports. here on fox6! we'll be bringing you live coverage from indianapolis starting tonight at six. if you want to see the inside of the washington monument, you'll have to wait. how long the landmark will be shut down. citizens in meomonie are getting the chance to give back -- and clear up their parking fines. we'll explain -- "food for fines." rachael tease on deck "i'm tom hooper, i'm katrina cravy, i'm jenna sachs. contact
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returned, hundreds of thousands of people helped. what does that add up to? contact 6. the milwaukee institution led by jenna sachs. she's here to help you and your family because you
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introducing the reuben from subway a sandwich as full of intrigue as it is flavor. t 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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you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. it's going to be another cool december day, with
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mid 30s. we'll stay dry today. the big story is our snow chances - which arrive as early as 6am sunday and continue throughout the day. today: mostly cloudy. high: 36 wind: wnw 5-10 mph coats for kids collection next week. our tom wachs will be at the steinhafels in waukesha -- collecting coats of all sizes -- new or gently used. 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
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fox6now.com. there are some "out-of-the-park" savings going on at miller park... the 36th annual brewers clubhouse sale is now underway. it kicked off at 8 yesterday morning inside the visiting clubhouse at miller park. fans can buy brewers apparel, souvenirs and even game-used and team- issued merchandise for as much as 75- percent off regular prices. some fans say they went there just to browse -- others were on a mission. "pretty much i kne matter of if they have any or not left." "i got christmas presents for everybody. for my son, and his girlfriend and my husband. it was a blast shopping here. i love going into the clubhouse, that's a special event too." you can also check out clubhouse sale today from 8 a-m to 5 p-m.
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december day, with cloudy skies and highs in the mid 30s. we'll stay dry today. the big story is our snow chances - which arrive as early as 6am sunday and continue throughout the day. the latest forecast shows totals of 1-3." most of that is likely to fall before the mid 30s, it might not all stick. expect a slushy afternoon on the roads. the snow may turn to isolated patches of freezing rain or sleet in the evening. monday will be dry before our next rain/snow chances tuesday. we'll see a big temperature drop by
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high: 36 wind: wnw 5-10 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. low: 26 wind: wsw 3-7 mph sunday: snow showers. 1-3" expected during the day. isolated freezing rain possible after sunset. high: 36 wind: sw 5-10 mph monday: partly su 5-10 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy with a slight chance for rain and snow showers. am low: 33 high: 40 wind: nw 5-15 mph wednesday: mostly cloudy and breezy. am low: 25 high: 30 wind: nw 10-20 mph thursday: mostly cloudy , windy and cold. am low: 18 high: 24
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six. we're wishing kenneth in milwaukee a happy sixth birthday! he likes watching football, playing basketball and video games. look who's six in mount pleasant!ma with her dolls, drawing pictures and dancing. it's time for kendall in kenosha to celebrate! he likes being a brother, going to school and playing with her dad. naomi in milwaukee is turning the big six today! she likes singing, dancing and dressing up. here's a nice birthday smile from justus in milwaukee! he likes playing soccer, playing video games and being a storm-chaser. we're cheering for camaris in
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books and video games. and sophia in waukesha is happy to be six! she likes playing with her big sister, swimming and hanging out with her friends. to find out how to wish your child a happy sixth birthday on fox six wake up news - just log on to "fox six
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wakeup news. here's a look at ...! ad lib the menomonie police department is allowing citizens to pay their parking ticket fines by donating canned foods to local food banks. drivers with standard parking violations -- like an expired meter -- can item and get up-to two dollars off of their fine. they can also donate multiple items and pay off fines, no matter how old the ticket is. the "food for fines" program runs until december 30-th. the department has collected nearly two-hundred dollars worth of donations. all of the food will be sent to stepping stones -- a food pantry and shelter in menomonie.
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of wakeup. we're backing bucky! as the badgers gear up to take on penn state tonight for the first round of the big 10 ten championship -- we've got the latest from indianapolis. from cabinet picks, to a deal to keep jobs in indiana.... president-elect donald trump spent much of this week focused on the economy. what the recently released jobs
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now at 7:30 --- day three and
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continue to recount presidential votes. it's going to be another cool december day, with cloudy skies and highs in the mid 30s. we'll stay dry today. the big story is our snow chances - which arrive as early as 6am sunday and continue throughout the day. today: mostly cloudy. high: 36 wind: wnw 5-10 mph the sorting- - and occasional ballot bickering continues in wisconsin's presidential recount. across the state, the constant flow of ballots are re-checked despite an effort to stop this process.
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two super pacs filed paper work late thursday hoping a judge will put the breaks on the recount. friday afternoon a federal judge says he will hear the arguments, but not until next friday--- just days before the december 13th deadline. he's allowed the recounting to go on...for now... across the state numbers continue to pour in. a second county has finished the proc giving hillary clinton 11 more votes than donald trump on the second go around. from the numbers turned in so far, changes have been minimal. donald trump leads clinton by more than 22-thousand votes. there has been no indication of any major shifts or problems. in waukesha county--- they have been tabulating until midnight. in milwaukee county, election officials say as expected--- things have picked up. "it was a bit of a learning curve yesterday, but i think we've got the kinks ironed out and things are
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two days of this recount--- president elect donald trump holds the exact same lead he had on election night. there are still a lot of votes that need to be counted. election workers will be counting over the weekend, many adding a sunday shift to ensure the deadline is met. thanks julie! there's new developments surrounding the other two states involved in a recount. tuesday is if the recount in michigan is going to officially happen. michigan's attorney general filed yesterday to stop the recount requested by green party candidate jill stein. the a-g says stein is not entitled to a recount -- because she received just over one-percent of the vote in michigan. meanwhile -- in pennsylvania mister-trump's lead has now been cut from 71-thousand votes to 49- thousand... because provisional and absentee ballots are being
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outstanding in some places. the election recount must be complete in less than two weeks. see the politics section of fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app -- for regular updates. we'll also have links to the daily vote totals. the chairman of the milwaukee county board of supervisors confirms an audit will ?examine the company contracted to administer healthcare in the milwaukee county jail and the house of ?correction. supervisor theo lipsc the audit was prompted in part by four recent ?deaths inside the jail. in the past six months-- three people have died-- along with a stillborn baby. investigators have not said if jail and medical staff contributed to their deaths-- although one death has been ruled a homicide. from cabinet picks, to a deal to keep manufacturing jobs at a carrier plant in indiana, president-elect donald trump spent much of this week
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report released yesterday morning indicates he's poised to inherit a fairly solid economy. karin caifa reports from washington. 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 month of gains. the unemployment rate fell to 4-point-6 percent. economist diane swonk says that's good news -- for preside 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 economic approach -- like touting a deal with carrier to keep 1,100 jobs in indiana, rather than move them to mexico.
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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 exactly the jobs where he criticized wall street insiders before." among the president-elect's meetings at trump tower in new york 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. governor scott walker offering praise for milwaukee county sheriff david clarke. walker said clarke could serve well in president-elect donald trump's administration. walker also said he knows mister trump's team is interested in clarke
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even if the badgers don't get into the 4 team playoff this season -- everything can still come up roses...provided they take care of business tonight at lucas oil stadium against penn state. brandon cruz is with the team in the circle city. fan fest here in indianapolis is setting the tone for fans as they get ready to watch the big ten championship on saturday between the badgers and this is a game that has huge importance not just because it crowns a big ten champion but it also keeps the winning team alive in the conversation for the college football playoffs. but no matter what happens on sunday for that, this is a huge chance for the badgers and it means an awful lot to head coach paul chryst. oh, it would mean that we're big ten champions and that's huge. it would mean that we're able to find a way to score one more point the penn state. one or
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and preparation is to play a game and when you play the game you want to win. so the badgers realize that winning the big ten championship is an honor. it is something that they are trying to do and they have worked very hard for. and if the college football playoffs work out so be it. that's another step they can take but that's nothing they can worry about. they're only focus penn state at lucas oil stadium in indianapolis on satur from indianapolis brandon cruz fox six sports cheese anyone? ahead on wakeup --- discover wisconsin dives into what makes wisconsin, america's dairyland. plus... whatcha got to say about this man's wife and daughter? i don't know anything about that. what do you know about ray? who? what are you an owl? a thrilling addition to this years box office. gino gives us a preview of the movie "nocturnal animals"
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cravy, i'm jenna sachs. contact
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of people helped. what does that add up to? contact 6. the milwaukee institution led by jenna sachs. she's here to help you and your family because you matter." you are watching the fox 6
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cloudy skies and highs in the mid 30s. we'll stay dry today. the big story is our snow chances - which arrive as early as 6am sunday and continue throughout the day. today: mostly cloudy. high: 36 wind: wnw 5-10 mph pay seven-and-a-half million dollars to settle a same-sex discrimination lawsuit. the class-action suit alleged walmart denied same-sex spousal health benefits to employees' partners
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benefits to same-sex couples in 2014 after the supreme court legalized gay marriage. it's unclear how many current and former walmart employees are affected -- the retail giant predicts a few thousand people are eligible. the dakota access pipeline protests have been contentious at times, but a group of young demonstrators is trying to de-escalate the situation. members of the international indigenous youth council donated breakfast bars and more to officers dealing with the protest. the teens said they wanted the police to know they have compassion for all people. if you want to see the inside of the washington monument, you'll have to wait. the legendary landmark will remain closed for at least two-and-a-half years. since august... there have been significant safety concerns about the monument's elevator system. a billionaire philanthropist, has pledged to finance the repair work, but officials say it will
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december day, with cloudy skies and highs in the mid 30s. we'll stay dry today. the big story is our snow chances - which arrive as early as 6am sunday and continue throughout the day. the latest forecast shows totals of 1-3." most of that is likely to fall before sunset. with highs reaching into the mid 30s, it might not all stick. expect a slushy afternoon on the roads. rain or sleet in the evening. monday will be dry before our next rain/snow chances tuesday. we'll see a big temperature drop by the end of next week. today: mostly cloudy. high: 36 wind: wnw 5-10 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. low: 26 wind: wsw 3-7 mph sunday: snow showers. 1-3" expected during the day. isolated freezing rain possible after sunset. high: 36 wind: sw 5-10 mph monday: partly sunny. am low: 30 high: 41 wind: sw 5-10 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy with a slight chance for rain and snow showers. am low: 33 high: 40 wind: nw 5-15 mph wednesday: mostly cloudy and breezy. am low: 25 high: 30 wind: nw 10-20 mph thursday: mostly cloudy , windy and cold. am low: 18 high:
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by her ex-husband's novel. our gino salomone gives us a first look at "nocturnal animals." an art gallery owner is haunted by her ex-husband's novel, a
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veiled threat and a symbolic
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now. you can catch gino salomone weekdays on fox six news at four. coming up in the eight o'clock shop local this holiday season! the waxwing joins us with unique handmade gifts... all under $50. plus are you set for the spring semester? the important alert about college aid you'll need to see if you receive financial aide. and after the break discover wisconsin goes deep into dairy country to discover more about
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wakeup news. here's a live look outside today it's going to be..... dairyland, its no secret that wisconsinites love cheese. and this week discover wisconsin is tracing it all the way back from the fork to the farm. vo this week on discover wisconsin...were rolling up our sleeves and getting to work on
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eric cheese curds! mariah yes, my favorite! eric, have you ever thought of how much time it takes to make one of these little guys? eric no, i assume you make cheese and you make a curd out of it. mariah i think theres a few more steps along the way... eric ready? mariah oh youre sending them to me? this is a physical job! i just want to touch it... mariah : although its been about twenty years since ive milked a cow. have you ever milked a cow? eric i have never milked a cow. mariah right ones. oh no shes kicking! eric its hard with this thing moving... mariah : i surrender! mariah did you bring your work boots? eric i have some in the car... john yup keep going youre doing fine... pagels worker : when it gets to zero you have to stop... mariah zero what? mariah yes, were going to have some fun on the farm! it all starts with the milk. discover wisconsin airs sunday at ten a-m... right here on fox
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the latest as workers continue day 3 of the election recount. and an audit ordered for county jails. why officials are evaluating the medical treatment inmates receive. good morning and thanks for waking up with us. i'm derica williams. and i'm rachael kaye. it's going to be another cool december day, with cloudy skies and stay dry today. the big story is our snow chances - which arrive as early as 6am sunday and continue throughout the day. today: mostly cloudy. high: 36
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keep counting! that's the message from wisconsin election officials as a group of trump supporters try to stop wisconsin's recount! julie collins joins us live with the latest on recount 2016 - julie? listen to a lawsuit to stop the recount, but not until next friday. that's just days before the recount is expected to be complete. in the meantime, ballots continue to be rechecked. after a second day, very few changes have been detected across the state. in fact, after a second day of tabulating, fox 6 calculations show the lead is exactly the same for president elect donald trump as it was after election night. election officials are confident
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"we're right on schedule for where i initially projected, i've had some cushion so that's where... we're doing well!" many counties have added sunday to their schedule, meaning counting will be taking place all weekend across the state. here in milwaukee the recount will continue today at 9:00am. we are live in milwaukee -- julie collins. fox 6 news. there's new developments surrounding the other two states involved in a recount. tuesday is when we'll find out if the recount in michigan is going to officially happen. michigan's attorney general filed yesterday to stop the recount requested by green party candidate jill stein. the a-g says stein is not entitled to a recount -- because she received just over
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michigan. meanwhile -- in pennsylvania mister-trump's lead has now been cut from 71-thousand votes to 49- thousand... because provisional and absentee ballots are being counted and recorded. however, final counts are still outstanding in some places. the election recount must be complete in less than two weeks. see the politics section of fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app -- for regular updates. we'll also have links to the daily vote totals. look into the quality of medical care being given to inmates at the milwaukee county jail -- and the house of correction in franklin. as fox6's ashley sears found out -- it's prompted by the recent deaths of four inmates. in just 6 months -three inmates and a stillborn baby...died inside the milwaukee county jail -- all under different circumstances - however one of them
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prome supervisor supreme moore omokunde on thursday to call for sheriff david clarke's resignation... saying the sheriff "abdicated his responsibility to hold his officers accountable." in response -- the sheriff 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. 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 to see if the contract requirements are being met. 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. also this afternoon, we received a copy of an email.. sent ?to the milwaukee county executive from county medical examiner brian peterson
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sheriff clarke quote-- verbally pummeled him-- end quote ... about the information his office released related to the four inmate deaths. ashley says: we asked sheriff clarke for his response to the audit.. we were told to refer to his statement from thursday. reporting in the newsroom, ashley sears -- fox six news. a vigil to remember the life of woman hit and killed while walking to her car. the driver never stopped -- the search is still o angelica sanzhez has more details. at a time when so many are preparing for the holidays this group is preparing to say goodbye to 44-year-old peggy cetnarowski. she leaves behind three children and a boyfriend she was struck by a vehicle at the crosswalk of beloit and mitchell in the village of west milwaukee. she was declared brain dead earlier this week. the driver never stopped.
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unfortunately we need you to accept the consequences of what you've done." the frigid cold did not deter a friday night vigil to remember the woman so many call warm and compassionate. the family is donating several of her organs. those familiar with this intersection say it's dangerous. and want to see a traffic light instead of stop signs. "it's crazy i think they use that intersection as maybe a stop." the vg interrupted when a car drove into the wrong lane to cut the traffic in front of them --almost causing an accident shocking cetnarowski's family. "it's unbelievable that someone would do something like that in front of something like this." the vigil went on with prayers-- a special poem. "hold on to your dreams and all of your kisses sending you hugs and butterfly kisses" the lighting of a lantern. and a plea that the person
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this. the family needs closure." the family was originally offering a 25hundred dollar reward they've now increased that to 5-thousand. anyone with information is asked to contact the west milwaukee police department reporting in west milwaukee i'm angelica sanchez fox6 news a milwaukee woman accused in a fatal crash last month pleads not guilty. prosecutors say 18-year-old samira coleman-wilks was behind the wheel stop. that vehicle crashed shortly after at 27th and capitol-- killing one of her passengers... and gravely injuring a second. officials say coleman-wilks was going more than 50 miles an hour over the speed limit at the time of the crash. a heated exchange in the hallway of the milwaukee county courthouse... after a teacher is sentenced for having sex with a then-16-year-old student. "what are you gonna do? what are you gonna do? that's my
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victim. just moments before -- the judge sentenced elizabeth dillet to two years in prison -- after she engaged in what the family says was a year long relationship. the former teacher at saint peter- immanuel lutheran school in milwaukee addressed the victim's mom in court. "... 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." three years of extended supervision. tonight on fox -- the big ten championship is on the line. the badgers take on penn state.. in a message to his teammates, injured linebacker chris orr said that if he had to tear up his knee again for the badgers to accomplish what they did this year -- he'd do it in a second. brandon cruz reports from indianapolis. "indianapolis is the place to be if you are a penn state fan or
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meeting at lucas oil stadium for the big ten championship game on saturday. tehy will be competing for the trophy behind me. at least that's the replica of the amos alonzo stag championship trophy on friday both coaches had the real trophy in front of them as they exchanged pleasantries. also players on the badgers who got injured and been out for the entire season are still playing a big roll with the current badgers ready to do battle on saturday."" "they've had a really significant role. and just becaus weren't able to play doesn't mean they stop being teammates they stop caring about the team. and this teams been fun and i think in large part because of that attitude. you know the guys just want to do all that they can to help in whatever way they can help " "the badgers do coem into the game as favorites. not by a big margin by any means only 2.5 points at this time. but if they go on to win
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when the college football playoffs will be announced and many believe the big ten champion deserves to be in the final four. from indianapolis, brandon cruz fox six sports. " you can watch the game right here on fox6! we'll be bringing you live coverage from indianapolis starting tonight at six. hoping to take a bite out of crime. ahead on wakeup. we introduce you to the newest recruit of the greenfield police department. plus are you set for the spring semester? the important alert about college aid receive financial aide. plus-- taking a very popular house off the market. which "full house" crew member bought the tanner household? rachael adlibs "i'm tom hooper, i'm katrina cravy, i'm jenna sachs. contact 6. 44 years, millions of dollars
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of people helped. what does that add up to? contact 6. the milwaukee institution led by jenna sachs. she's here to help you and your family because you
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wakeup news. it's going to be another cool december day, with cloudy skies and highs in the mid 30s. we'll stay dry today. the big story is our snow chances - which arrive as early as 6am sunday and continue throughout the day. today: mostly cloudy. high: 36 wind: wnw 5-10 mph join fox six for a special coats for kids collection next week. our tom wachs will be at the
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all sizes -- new or gently used. 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 fox6now.com. 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. deandra corinthios introduces you to ocho. 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 north carolina. "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
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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 demonstration at the local grade school with the girl scouts" love...loyalty and respect is the foundation of this relationship. lifetime...while the pair works together to keep the streets safe. in greenfield deandra corinthios fox6 news. all chat at hb it's going to be another cool december day, with cloudy skies and highs in the mid 30s. we'll
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which arrive as early as 6am sunday and continue throughout the day. the latest forecast shows totals of 1-3." most of that is likely to fall before sunset. with highs reaching into the mid 30s, it might not all stick. expect a slushy afternoon on the roads. the snow may turn to isolated patches of freezing monday will be dry before our next rain/snow chances tuesday. we'll see a big temperature drop by the end of next week. today: mostly cloudy. high: 36 wind: wnw 5-10 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. low: 26 wind: wsw 3-7 mph sunday: snow
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expected during the day. isolated freezing rain possible after sunset. high: 36 wind: sw 5-10 mph monday: partly sunny. am low: 30 high: 41 wind: sw 5-10 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy with a slight chance for rain and snow showers. am low: 33 high: 40 wind: nw wednesday: mostly cloudy and breezy. am low: 25 high: 30 wind: nw 10-20 mph thursday: mostly cloudy , windy and cold. am low: 18 high: 24
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the waxwing join us with handmade gift ideas for the whole family... plus-- the clock is ticking. the important contact 6 report for
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introducing the reuben from subway a sandwich as full of intrigue as it is flavor.
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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 get it. only at subway. wakeup news. here's a look at...! a big change is happening for students going to college. fafsa - the free application for federal student aid - moved up the date you can apply and it's already underway! so - if you haven't done it yet -- it's important to get your application in as soon as possible. contact 6's
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school senior with big dreams. but she'll need loans to pay for college. "i want to pursue a career in medicine, and those careers tend to be a little bit more than expensive." being able to apply for financial aid earlier will help jeralyn and her family make more informed decisions about college affordability. here's how it works: submit the fafsa form. you'll get a student aid report that tells you what federal aid you qualify for, like pell grants or work study. then enter that information into the net price calculator on any abacus-dot- org to get a good idea of what a college will cost you before you apply. it's important to apply for fafsa as soon after the october first launch as possible. "many state, college and scholarship programs need your fafsa to determine how much aid youre going to get and often its on a first come first serve basis." be aware if youre heading to college in 2017, your aid package will be based on your family's 2015 taxes. you can use the irs data-retrieval tool on the fafsa form to directly import your tax information. "don't worry if
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the colleges you are considering to hold your place in line for financial aid. you can always add more schools later on." jeralyn plans to apply for fafsa as soon as she can. "so, the sooner i get in my paperwork the faster i get results for money and i can make a college choice." fans are preparing for a big night of badger football. ahead on wakeup how the team is preparing for tonight's game against the nittany lions plus-- one year later. the city of san bernardino honors
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morning's top stories. a vigil took place last night to remember the life of a woman who was hit by a car as she was walking to her car... the driver never stopped. she was struck by a vehicle at the crosswalk of beloit and mitchell in the village of west milwaukee. the search is still on to find the person responsible. a milwaukee woan fatal crash last month pleads not guilty. prosecutors say 18-year-old samira coleman-wilks was behind the wheel when she fled from a traffic stop. that vehicle crashed shortly after at 27th and capitol-- killing one of her passengers... and gravely injuring a second. officials say coleman-wilks was going more than 50 miles an hour over the speed limit at the time of the crash. a heated exchange in the hallway of the milwaukee county courthouse... after a teacher is sentenced for having sex with a then-16-year-old
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sentenced elizabeth dillet to two years in prison -- after she engaged in what the family says was a year long relationship. dillet was also sentenced to three years of extended supervision. it's going to be another cool december day, with cloudy skies and highs in the mid 30s. we'll stay dry today. the big story is our snow chances - which arrive as early as 6am sunday and continue throughout the day.
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ballot bickering continues in wisconsin's presidential recount. across the state, the constant flow of ballots are re-checked despite an effort to stop this process. julie collins joins us live with the details - julie? two super pacs filed paper work late thursday hoping a judge will put the breaks on the recount. friday afternoon a federal judge says he will hear the arg until next friday--- just days before the december 13th deadline. he's allowed the recounting to go on...for now... across the state numbers continue to pour in. a second county has finished the process. tiny iron county giving hillary clinton 11 more votes than donald trump on the second go around. from the numbers turned in so
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more than 22-thousand votes. there has been no indication of any major shifts or problems. in waukesha county--- they have been tabulating until midnight. in milwaukee county, election officials say as expected--- things have picked up. "it was a bit of a learning curve yesterday, but i think we've got the kinks ironed out and things are running very very smoothly today." of the numbers in so far after two days of this recount--- donald trump holds the exact same lead he had on election night. there are still a lot of votes that need to be counted. election workers will be counting over the weekend, many adding a sunday shift to ensure the deadline is met. thanks julie! there's new developments surrounding the other two states involved in a recount. tuesday is when we'll find out
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happen. michigan's attorney general filed yesterday to stop the recount requested by green party candidate jill stein. the a-g says stein is not entitled to a recount -- because she received just over one-percent of the vote in michigan. meanwhile -- in pennsylvania mister-trump's lead has now been cut from 71-thousand votes to 49- thousand... because provisional and absentee ballots are being counted and recorded. however, final counts are still outstanding in some places. complete in less than two weeks. see the politics section of fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app -- for regular updates. we'll also have links to the daily vote totals. the chairman of the milwaukee county board of supervisors confirms an audit will ?examine the company contracted to administer healthcare in the milwaukee county jail and the house of ?correction. supervisor theo lipscomb says the audit was prompted in part by four
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in the past six months-- three people have died-- along with a stillborn baby. investigators have not said if jail and medical staff contributed to their deaths-- although one death has been ruled a homicide. governor scott walker offering praise for milwaukee county sheriff david clarke. walker said clarke could serve well in president-elect donald trump's administration. walker also said he knows mister trump's team is interested in clarke -- but wasn't sure exactly what they had in mind. to mark one year since the deadly rampage in san bernardino, california. the city of san bernardino held a night of remembrance ceremony in honor of the victims of the 2015 attack. 14 people were killed and 22 others wounded at a holiday party. they were gunned down by a couple claiming to be carrying out orders from isis. the city's mayor paid homage to those who died and the families forced to live without them. "i'm very saddened by the suffering these families have
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personally uplifted and inspired by their example of strength and courage as they have struggled to recover and carry on in the face of such tragedy." the suspects -- a husband-and-wife -- were killed in a shootout with police. police say the motive is still not clear. cuba bids farewell to fidel castro... thousands lining the streets, waving the national flag and cheering a moves through the rural town of holguin ol-geen .the leader who ruled the communist nation with an iron for decades, died last week at 90 years old. castro's ashes will be scattered tomorrow -- in the far-eastern city of santiago, ending a nine-day period of mourning, and a nationwide tour. even if the badgers don't get into the 4 team playoff this season -- everything can still come up roses...provided they take care
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state. brandon cruz is with the team in the circle city. fan fest here in indianapolis is setting the tone for fans as they get ready to watch the big ten championship on saturday between the badgers and penn state nittany lions. now this is a game that has huge importance not just because it crowns a big ten champion but it also keeps the winning team alive in the conversation for the college football playoffs. t what happens on sunday for that, this is a huge chance for the badgers and it means an awful lot to head coach paul chryst. oh, it would mean that we're big ten champions and that's huge. it would mean that we're able to find a way to score one more point the penn state. one or more points right? it's about competition, that's what work and preparation is to play a game and when you play the game you want to win. so the badgers realize that
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is an honor. it is something that they are trying to do and they have worked very hard for. and if the college football playoffs work out so be it. that's another step they can take but that's nothing they can worry about. they're only focus penn state at lucas oil stadium in indianapolis on saturday night. from indianapolis brandon cruz fox six sports you can watch the game right here on fox6! we'll be bringing you live coverage from indianapolis starting tonight at six. struggling to find the perfect ahead on wakeup. our friends from the waxwing are here with some unique gifts for everyone on your list. plus-- the san francisco home of the tanners and fullers, now belongs to a different full house member. which member of the full house team, bought the tv home. rachael tease on deck "i'm tom hooper, i'm katrina
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add up to? contact 6. the milwaukee institution led by jenna sachs. she's here to help you and your family because you matter." you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. it's going to be another cool december day, with cloudy skies and highs in the mid 30s. we'll stay dry today. the big story is our snow chances - which arrive as early as 6am sunday and continue throughout the day. today: mostly cloudy. high: 36
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family is growing.... and selena gomez beats out taylor swift and beyonce... the details are in the buzz. it's a boy for mila kunis and ashton kutcher... the couple welcomed their second child into the world yesterday. the two have not yet released the name of their new addition. kutcher and kunis got married in july of last year and already have a two- year-old daughter, wyatt. harry potter is headed to broadway... the london "harry potter and the cursed child" is expected to come to the great white way in spring 2018. the play is a spinoff from the beloved harry potter series. the show has been sold out for months in the west end. selena gomez is crowned the queen of instagram.... ...with 103-million followers on the social media app. that makes her the most followed celebrity on instagram. gomez beat out ariana grande, taylor swift and beyonce for the
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iconic locations in san francisco, the home made famous by the show "full house." yesterday -- some of the full house cast members attended a party at the home, now owned by the show's creator. lyanne melendez reports. who says the tanners don't live at 1709 broderick street? the creator of the "full house" series, jeff franklin is the new owner and he brought part of the cast to san francisco to kick off theex netflix revival, "fuller house." dave coulier, "uncle joey" " there is a connection with fans, they connect with the house. it's become iconic. i understand 500 people a day stop by here." it goes without saying residents here are not feeling the love for the hollywood cast and the creator of the series, jeff franklin, who now owns the home. this is what infuriates neighbors--the double parking while people get out of their cars to take pictures, and the total
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especially bad on weekends. david natcherneighbor: "no it's not pleasant to live here with all of this going on and it's an attractive nuisance and it's going to get worse and word is out that he's brought it back." a few months ago franklin took a picture of himself sitting on the steps of the house and posted on twitter that he was in the market for a home. that was after the show's revival on netflix. now, more tourists than ever drop by. lauren streceytourist: "we walked two miles. exercise and the childhood memories, all in one regular friday." with people like that, neighbors are saying "have mercy" on us all. "are you going to bake a cake or a pie? dave coulier, "uncle joey""a cup of sugar" bob saget, actor: "dave will bake a cake." all chat at hb it's going to be another cool december day, with cloudy skies
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stay dry today. the big story is our snow chances - which arrive as early as 6am sunday and continue throughout the day. the latest forecast shows totals of 1-3." most of that is likely to fall before the mid 30s, it might not all stick. expect a slushy afternoon on the roads. the snow may turn to isolated patches of freezing rain or sleet in the evening. monday will be dry before our
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see a big temperature drop by the end of next week. today: mostly cloudy. high: 36 wind: wnw 5-10 mph tonight: mostly cl 26 wind: wsw 3-7 mph sunday: snow showers. 1-3" expected during the day. isolated freezing rain possible after sunset. high: 36 wind: sw 5-10
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5-10 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy with a slight chance for rain and snow showers. am low: 33 high: 40 wind: nw 5-15 mph wednesday: mostly cloudy and wind: nw 10-20 mph thursday:
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hoen from the waxwing join us with holiday gift ideas that are unique and handmade... and they're all
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gift ideas that are unique and handmade... and they're all
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a wisconsin hunter befriends an animal that could have been his prey. last weekend, brian powers was hunting when he saw something out of the ordinary. it was a small deer wearing an orange scarf. powers says the encounter with the deer caught him off-guard. he thought no one would believe him -- so he took his phone out and started filming... powers has hunted for more than four-decades. he said he's never experienced a situation like this before. morning starting at 7am. janet, i'm giving you an extra week's vacation! oh, ah... nooo. what? no way. who says no to more? time warner cable's all about giving you more. like the most free hd channels and virtually unlimited movies and shows on demand, so you can binge all day. and don't forget the free tv app. switch to get ultra-fast internet with secure home wifi to connect all your devices.
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