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now from the deck with the latest. snow tapering off. roads could remain slick in spots throughout the night, so use caution. mostly cloudy on monday with highs in the upper 30s to around 40. a few flurries or areas of drizzle will be possible tuesday with a high in the upper 30s. tonight: snow tapering off. low: 28 wind: sw 5-10 mph monday: mostly cloudy. high: 40 wind: s 5-10
thankfully, dpw got an early start on this snow! plows are hard at work. fox 6's brittany shannon is live on the north side with more... the snow has stopped falling but the trucks still out and about currently according to drivers their efforts are working... a snow-covered lot... but not after dewayne harris is through. "22:13 pastor asked me could i do the snow down
plows the lot at unity gospel house of prayer. "21:53 you dont want anyone to slip and fall so i just came out a little earlier to try and get it up, put a little salt down to keep everybody safe 22:00" even on the first snow of the season...people here brave the weather...for church. "26:55 maybe a little less full tonight a few people may decide to stay in but for the most part our congregation does come out regardless of the weather 27:01" drivers say the situation sunday was mostly wet... "26:24 the roads were a little bit of water little it of moisture on ground but not too slippery it seemed like the salt trucks had been out a little bit 30" 102 salt trucks to be exact. the department of public works salting secondary roads throughout the evening. we caught up wi foot...who say the sidewalks could use some more work. "15:28 slippery really slippery 32" the first snow not scaring people away. church and duty, calling these drivers out.. "23:11 i want to do my part to make sure theyre safe just like the plow trucks are making sure were safe 13" now that winter weather is here, the department of public works reminds drivers to give each other plenty of room on the roads. that includes dpw trucks and plows. in milwaukee, brittany shannon,
from your phone. just download the fox 6 storm center app-- it's available on android and apple. the weather outside was frightful, but the packers 2nd straight win was delightful. it's december football, so the packers victory over the houston texans continues the success the team has enjoyed in the mike mccarthy era. tom pipines starts our blitz coverage. under mccarthy, the packers are 30 and 13 in december, which ranks 3rd in the nfl. today's 21-13 win in the elements wasn't pretty. but it was necessary-given that the lois won at new orleans-to maintain a 2 game lead with 4 to play. as usual, the difference was aaron rodgers. even on a tender hamstring in the snow-continues to play at a level you fans are accustomed
covered randall cobb, 9 yards. 7-0..aaron put the ball where had it to be thrown with brock osweiler at quarterback, houston's offense won't scare anybody how about rookie dean lowry with his first career sack! lowry worth his salt there! the former northwestern wildcat jordy nelson steady all season after issing twnety fifteen with the torn acl. 8 catches..for 118 yards..rodgers threw for 209. and his 10th td...wide open for 32 yards! 14-7-capping a season long 98 ya the 4th quarter. aaron ripkowski finished off an 89 yard..by scoring just the 2nd td for by a running back in 12 games..rip has both of 'em.in the last 2 games. the 6 and 6 packers win, 21-13. it's never a snowball effect when tim van vooren tackles the blitz. "houston has a problem as in snow. not every texan is used to this. quite honestly not every packer is used to this. but the home team handles it better than the visitors on sunday." "i try not to bring conditions into it too much. i approach every play the same but there's a couple plays early on where i had to get used to the footing cause it was a little slippery, kind of like a rain game. it's about the same so i was, i definitely had a lot more energy for my first snow game and it was a lot of fun." "it was actually my first time playing in snow so
it. just want to play ball and once you out there you just wanna stay warm." "it's december football. especially in northern wisconsin, green bay. those are the kind of games that we enjoy especially when we get to put our hand in the mess in the dirt or the snow, kind of getting after the other team. that's fun." "packers head coach mike mccarthy improves to 19 and three in home games during the month of december with sunday's victory. at lambeau field, tim van vooren, fox six sports." dirt or the snow, kind of getting after the other team. that's fun." "packers head coach mike mccarthy improves to 19 and three in home games during the month of december with sunday's victory. at lambeau field, tim van vooren, fox six sports." the good thing about the badgers season is that they get to put last night's big ten loss to rose bowl-bound penn state in the rear view mirror. paul chryst's team will play western michigan in the cotton
in arlington, texas is intriguing. wisconsin takes on a broncos team that won the mid-american conference championship with a 13 and oh record. it'll be the badgers first trip to the cotton bowl. former baseball commissioner and brewers founder bud selig will be taking a trip to cooperstown new york at the end of july to be inducted into the baseball hall of fame! mr. selig was one of 10 nominees on the today's game era ballot. so there's much to 10:35. tim is back from green bay; brandon cruz has traveled back from the badgers big ten title game in indy. of course we'll break down the green and gold..; we always appreciate your company. new in sports..admiring aaron. see you at 10:25. ted. wisconsin has now re-counted 1 million votes in the race for president. and president-elect donald trump is actually doing better the second
theo keith explains. nats -- racine recount in racine, election inspectors work through a snowy sunday -- and a packers game. they're almost half-way through the 97-thousand ballots they must recount by the december 12th deadline. when we started, we expected it would take us the full 12 days to get finished and we dont want to hold anything up like racine, 53 counties have their results. a fox6 analysis shows president- elect donald trump expanding his lead by about 40 votes over hillary clinton. for six counties, the recount is done.mr trump and clinton lost the same number of votes, meaning no change to the margin between them. green party candidate jill stein, who asked for the recount and is paying the full cost, picked up 27 extra votes in those counties. 13 other counties have yet to report any results. this is sort of bizarre, but i think it caps a sort of bizarre year uwm
requesting the recount, even though she got barely 1 percent of the wisconsin vote. it seems to me, we ought to think about this as giving finality in racine county, finality won't come for several more days of ballot counting. i think were a little ahead, but i dont want to jinx that the counting continues after a federal judge refused to immediately stop the recount on friday. the judge has scheduled a hearing for this friday on the request, which comes from two pro-trump groups. states-- it's up to the courts whether they even get started. attorneys for jill stein will seek an emergency federal court order monday in pennsylvania to try and get a statewide recount approved. and in michigan-- a judge is expected to decide if a halted recount can get underway immediately or if election officials will have to wait until another court hearing
foot vacancy in milwaukee since 2003... and now city leaders are stepping up their approach on how to fill it. a new partnership aims to redevelop the citys north side... including the old northridge mall site. fox6s bret lemoine shares new details. cl 'we dont want to see any other business leave the area.' alderwoman chantia lewis says she has a plan to turn things around: lewis is announcing a partnership between the department of city development and solutions group. together, lewis hopes fresh ideas will spur redevelopment on the far north side. new retail... condos... and green space... are all priorities. cl 'we want to see something out of the box. we dont want to do with the same old same old.' but businesses continue to fold or relocate... including target... pick n save... and aldis. gs 'if there are any business ceos listening - come on in this area.' lewis calls the northridge site the 'gem' of all plans going
biggest stumbling block: the facility is privately owned by a chinese company. the city and other stakeholders will have to work around the owners current plans for their property... which include the opening of a chinese market. cl 'if you think about it, everything is made in china. everything gets imported here. glasses, couches and dishes.' the chinese market has been talked about for years... but has never materialized. at one point, penzys spices was interested in buying the site... but that never happen reporting live in milwaukee, bl, fox6 news. a warning for renters in tonight's contact 6 report-- beware of fake ads online! jenna sachs breaks down the four things you need to know to avoid renter's remorse-- next. and they've been protesting for months. tonight a big victory for the
there's a new medicare plan in town called network health. and member events like this, are just one way we make medicare person to person. we've been serving northeast wisconsin with a personal touch for more than 30 years and now we're here for milwaukee. call now and learn about plans that let you see any doctor who accepts medicare, either in or out of network. with doctor visits as low as five dollars and prescription drug coverage. network health. we're person to person. break it's a big victory for protesters. the army corps of engineers denied a permit for an oil pipeline to be built under a north dakota lake. instead-- developers need to
protesters have been trying to stop the pipeline construction in that area for months. they said the project would hurt the environment and destroy some ancient native american sites. the standing rock sioux tribe's reservation is about half-a-mile away. renters beware! if you're looking for a new place-- be on the lookout for potential scams! contact 6 spoke with one landlord who discovered someone else was advertising his apartment for rent! jenna sachs reports. thi tanke owns a four unit apartment building ... at 82nd and lincoln in west allis. i recently painted the kitchen. he's looking to rent out this apartment ... so he posted an ad on craiglist. weeks later ... tanke discovered he wasn't the only person advertising his unit. it was a carbon copy of the ad that i put out. a scammer had taken his craigslist ad... copied it ... and re-posted it ... with a few changes. contact information. the price was 300
advertising for. um they were advertising for pets. tanke immediately flagged the scammer's post ... and took down his own ad. he even sent a message to the scammer ... asking if the apartment had been taken. he got a response ... telling him the apartment ... was still available. i asked to see it and they did not respond to that but apparently they have responded to other folks. contact 6 emailed the scammer ... and got a response from someone in chicago. the email is not well written ... but it says homer's husband is being transferred to west africa ... and they're looking for "a clean and reliable person to take care of the home." i'm told i can drive by the address ... and if i like it ... they'll sent me an application. i send an email back asking to talk on the phone ... and get no response. tanke says he just wants buyers and renters to know ... this could happen to them. if this can help somebody to not fall for a scam, that's the reason i did it. if you're looking to rent an apartment ... never deal with a
tour the apartment before you put money down. when checking out an apartment ... take a friend or a few friends. if you feel uneasy or unsure at any point ... back out. i'm jenna sachs. contact 6. contact 6 reached out to craigslist for comment on this story ... but did not hear back. remain slick in spots throughout the night, so use caution. mostly cloudy on monday with highs in the upper 30s to around 40. a few flurries or areas of drizzle
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brock osweiler wasn't bad..but the texans first year starter is no aaron rodgers. and that was the difference in the lambeau field. the tender hamstring limited number 12, but he was still mobile enough to make plays, and throws, that few others can. how about the perfect peg to randall cobb in traffic! 9 yards. a 7 nothing lead and a randall snow angel! tied at 7 in the 4th quarter..the packers take 2 long sunday drives. a season-long 98 yarder..with rodgers finding a wide open jordy nelson. 8 catches for 118 yards and his 10th touchdown of the season. 14-7 the offense
thanks t. the lions went into new orleans and marched over the saints. matthew stafford to golden tate for 66 yards. despite a john kuhn td, 8 and 4 detroit wins, 28-13. 2 games up on the with 4 games left. how about da bears? with jordan howard running for 117 yards and a career- high 3 touchdowns, host chicago handed the 49ers their 11th straight loss, extending their franchise-record....26-6. john fox's team is now 3 and 9. after their stinging loss to penn state in last night's big ten title game, the 8th ranked badgers will play in the cotton bowl for the first time-against 13 and
january 2nd in arlington, texas. the 5th ranked nittany lions get usc in the rose bowl. sojourn shelton and company have faced their share of adversity this year. 19:24:48 "whether it be the loss to ohio state in overtime, losing to michigan; and then last night. the one thing about this team is that we're always going to bounce back. audio edit 19:25:09 i'm extremely excited to get back to practice and to get another opportunity and chance. . brewers founder and former elected to baseball's hall of fame. the doors open for the 82 year old selig on july 30th of next year, in cooperstown, new york. the 82 year old said it's hard to believe! brewers owner mark attanasio pitches in that the commissioner emeritus' contributions to the game he loves are--quote--"monumen tal". during halftime at georgia today, marquette coach wojo challenged jujuan johnson to stop playing timidly. johnson said he got
rebounds for jujuan. freshman sam hauser scored a career-high 19 points. 17 year old markus howard added 15. nice road win and resume builder 89- 79. tiger woods shot 4 over par 76 in the final round of the hero world challenge inn the bahamas. finished 4 under par..15 out of 18 players. ted and mary back after this timeout.
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finally tonight-- the snow is a good reminder of how bad wisconsin winters can get that's why fox 6 wants to help make sure everyone has a warm coat to wear. we're holding a special "coats for kids" on wednesday. our tom wachs will be at the steinhafes 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. for more details go to fox6now.com. wakeup starts at 4:30! breaking