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in milwaukee...crews got an early start clearing snow...but today conditions could still be icy. deandra corinthios is live off i-94 in west allis with the latest no traces of snow left on the interstate but you could sitll find some slick spots. in milwaukee...102 salt trucks were deployed sunday...to make this morning's commute a bit easier. milwaukee dpw crews pre-treated the roads saturday, then, the salt trucks throughout the day, tackling secondary roads in the late afternoon and evening. there were a few crashes...including this one on northbound i-41 north of highway 60. a wisconsin state patrol trooper's squad was struck by a vehicle. thankfully he's going to be okay... most drivers though say they had no issues getting around. "the roads were a little bit of water little it of moisture on
seemed like the salt trucks had been out a little bit" dpw reminds drivers to give other drivers and plows plenty of room on the roads. live in west allis dc fox6 news. breaking news this morning - president elect donald trump... expected to nominate ben carson to serve as secretary of housing and urban development. the secretary of housing and urban development oversees federal public housing pro homelessness and housing discrimination. carson reportedly declined an offer for secretary of health and human services last month... but last week said he felt he could make a significant contribution by strengthening urban communities. in a statement... mr. trump said "ben carson has a brilliant mind and is passionate about strengthening communities and families within those communities.' new overnight - police are investigating a shooting on milwaukee's north side. officials say a 25-year-old man
the 25-year-old did shoot at the teen as well - but we're told the teen was not injured and remained on scene to talk to investigators. the 25 year old was taken to the hospital and is expected to be ok. a judge has ordered a hand recount of michigan's presidential results to begin today. this as more than 1 million ballots in wisconsin have now been reported to the state of wisconsin. angelica joins us in the newsroom with the latest. of the 59 counties that have reported some or all of their results, president- elect donald tr clinton. six counties have finished their recounts -- none in our area. in racine county, election inspectors are now just about halfway-through the count. mr trump won wisconsin by more than 22-thousand votes. the recount continues after a federal judge refused to immediately stop it on friday. the judge has scheduled a hearing for this friday to consider the request from two pro-trump groups. a recount of michigan's
will begin today at noon. the move increases the chances that the state could complete the count ahead of a december 13th deadline. jill stein's lawyers argued that waiting until wednesday would cut it too close. this happening as the green party is trying to force a federal court order for a statewide recount in pennsylvania. officials are posting daily updates of wisconsin's recount. you can track the developments on our website -- fox six now dot com, or your fox six news mobile app. green... gold... and white - as snow falls down... as packers earn a second win in a row. the game started out with a few turnovers..but the pack able to pull it together. quarterback aaron rodgers and jordy nelson connected multiple times during the game...including for a touchdown. the final score ended up being 21 to 13. the green and gold are now 6 and 6. and one of milwaukee's own... will be inducted into baseball's hall of fame. the doors open for 82 year old bud selig
the brewers founder and former commissioner 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". president elect donald trump... now expanding his search for secretary of state. who he's talking to... coming up. and a big win for protesters of the dakota access pipeline project. what the army is now refusing to do. and police... now launching a criminal investigation into a deadly warehouse fire. why so many people were in the building before the fire began... straight ahead.
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celebrating a big victory this morning... the u-s army corps of engineers is denying a permit for the pipeline to be built under lake oh-wah-hee oahe. the corps said in a statement that developers need to look into alternative routes. the route has been the subject of months of protests by the standing rock sioux tribe and others. they said the nearly 4-billion dollar project project would hurt the ancient native american sites. the federal government has ordered people to leave the main encampment today... an order demonstrators still say they'll ignore. it's not clear what the company building the pipeline will do next. police are launching a criminal investigation... into friday night's deadly warehouse fire in oakland, california. that fire has killed 33 people so far and first responders say that number is expected to rise. firefighters have only cleared about 20 percent of the
making the operation dangerous. officials say the warehouse was illegally converted into artist studios-- calling the scene inside the building a "death trap" that made it impossible for many to escape. they're now saying identifying the victims will be difficult. he pleaded guilty to mishandling classified information... but now... former c-i-a director david petraeus says he wants a spot in donald trump's cabinet: nothing that was in my journals that i shared -- certainly improperly -- ended up in the biography or made it out to the public." his record... coming up. plus - one of pabst's former bottling facilities... hoping to become a hotspot for lunch. details on a grand
president elect donald trump... set to nominate dr. ben carson for secretary of housing and urban development... but when it comes to secretary of state... his list of choices is now expanding. angelica's following the latest developments in the transition of power. vice-president elect mike pence and adviser kellyanne conway both said mr. trump's list of candidates is expanding... despite the president elect tweeting that thre finalists for the job last week. sources say former utah governor jon huntsman is now in the running. the republican served as president barack obama's first ambassador to china... before running for president in 2012. meanwhile... former c-i-a director david petraeus believes he's qualified to serve as secretary of state... despite pleading guilty to mishandling information. five years ago, i made a serious mistake. i acknowledged it, i apologized for it, i paid a very heavy price for it, and i've learned from it.
nominate general james mattis as defense secretary. mattis spent 44 years in the marine corps... serving in both afghanistan and iraq... before retiring in 2013. anchors chat/toss to rob rachael's weather forecast from fox6 meteorologist rachael kaye you may have to scrape some snow off your car this morning... but overall it will be a quiet monday. well the upper 30s. lows tonight will drop to right around freezing. we may have a few isolated flurries or sprinkles overnight and throughout the day tuesday. the big story heading our way is the colder air well see by midweek. expect highs in the 20s and wind chills in the single digits starting wednesday and continuing into the start of the weekend. today: mostly cloudy. high: 38 wind: sw 5-10 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. low: 32 wind: sw 5-10 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy with isolated flurries or sprinkles possible. high: 39 wind: sw/w 5-15 mph wednesday: mostly cloudy, windy and cold. am low: 21 high: 28 wind: w 10-20 mph thursday: mostly cloudy, windy and cold. a few flurries possible. am low: 17 high: 24 wind: nw 15-25 mph friday: mostly cloudy, windy and cold. am low: 16 high:
wind: sw 10-20 mph in your business headlines... a new food court will open today at the eleven- 25... a former "the restaurants at eleven 25" - will include five stops that serve american comfort food... chinese... asian... filipino food... and pizza. the cafeteria opens at 8 this morning - and can seat up to 250 people. our carl deffenbaugh will be at the opening... later on wakeup. flight attendants... now begging a major airline to recall their new uniforms... after suffering from rashes... headaches and more allergic reactions. and parents... fighting for this holiday season's hottest toys and gadgets... how long they waited for sales...
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you may have to scrape snow off your car this morning. when will it melt ... and is there more in the forecast? meteorologist rachael kaye has the answer. you are watching e anchors adlib weather over live pic new this morning - american airlines flight attendants... say their new uniforms are making them sick. the attendants' union says the wool is giving employees headaches... rashes... burning skin... and eye irritations. american airlines says it's evaluating the uniforms... but there's no need to recall them just yet. more than 16-hundred complaints have been reported so far. the vendor of the clothing -twin hill- also received complaints about uniforms it made for alaska airlines in 2011. it looked like black friday all
weekend... after they announced sales for the nintendo n-e-s classic and "hatchimals." some stores only had about 30 of each toy for sale. crowds of people started lining up saturday night for the stores' 8-am opening in some locations yesterday. both toys were sold for about 60-dollars each. experts say the huge demand and limited release of the nintendo n-e-s classic is driving some re-sellers to double the prices online. san francisco might be one of the most expensive markets in the country... but one of its iconic neighborhoods is getting full. the creator of the full house series... jeff franklin... just bought the house featured in the series... for 14 million dollars. franklin says he hadn't been in the house in 30 years... because after the original shoot in 1987, the homeowner wouldn't let them back in. franklin won't live in the house.. he's planning to film some new scenes for "fuller house" and might even rent the property in the future. the show's second season
season... now in the books. what you'll need to know... when you hit the roads this morning. more than a million votes...now recounted in wisconsin. who's gained the most votes the second time around so far. happening now - calls to think outside of the box... and bring businesses back to milwaukee's north side. what's being proposed... and the packers beat the texans! how the cold weather is giving green bay a new burst of energy.
like the plow trucks are making sure were safe 13" plus-- snow hits our area over the weekend. how people are dealing with the wintry conditions . anchors adlib welcome back rachael's weather today: mostly cloudy. high: 38 wind: sw 5-10 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. low: 32 wind: sw 5-10 mph traffic check red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic
i-94...it's clear...but could be slick in some spots. milwaukee's department of public works deployed 102 salt trucks for the first snow of the season crews had pre treated the roads on saturday. by sunday afternoon most of the main roads were clear and dpw started working on the side streets. by the evening...all the roads had seen a plow come through. conditions were worse west of the city... a state trooper's squad was truck on i-41 northbound north of highway 60. he posted photos to face he will be okay. drivers say the situation sunday was mostly wet...but the sidewalks needed some work. "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" if you run into a plow this morning be sure to give them plenty of space. at six...a reminder for driver's...from the state trooper whose squad was hit
fox6 news looking ahead - a judge has ordered a hand recount of michigan's presidential results... beginning at noon today. this comes... as the green party attempts to force a federal court to issue an order for a statewide recount in pennsylvania. angelica's following the very latest recount updates in the newsroom. here in wisconsin... six counties have wrapped up their recounts... none in our area. 59 total have begun reporting some or all of their results to the state... with counted a second time. as it turns out... president-elect donald trump has picked up roughly 40 more votes than hillary clinton. mr trump won wisconsin by more than 22-thousand votes. a federal judge refused to immediately stop the recount on friday... but a hearing has been scheduled for this friday... to consider the request from two pro-trump groups. green party candidate jill stein has raised about 7 million dollars for the recount efforts. she is expected to hold a press
efforts at the federal level later today. officials are posting daily updates of wisconsin's recount. you can track the developments on our website -- fox six now dot com, or your fox six news mobile app. happening today - the jury trial for one of the men arrested in connection to a shootout on i-43 last year... will begin. martez maclin-dyson was arrested following the incident last december... along with 2 other people- corey campbell and lance lewis. connection with three previous shootings-- including the murder of tony vance in november of last year. the trial is expected to get underway at 9 a-m. developing right now - a plan is in the works to redevelop the area around the long-dormant northridge mall site on milwaukee's north side. alderwoman chantia lewis, who took office in april, announced a partnership between the department of city development and u-w-milwaukees community solutions group. their goal is to think 'outside of the box' when it comes to redeveloping the north side. many businesses have left or
76-th and brown deer road...including target, pick n save, half priced books and aldis. lewis calls the northridge site the 'gem' of all plans going forward... but it could also be the citys 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. chantia lewis, milwaukee alderwoman cl 'we want to see something out of the box. we dont want to do with the same old same old.' for years... but has never materialized. the u-s army corps of engineers now says it's denying a permit for the pipeline to cross under a sacred source of water for the standing rock sioux tribe. the company behind the pipeline is slamming the obama administration for the decision... with support from house speaker paul ryan. the wisconsin congressman... tweeting : "this is big-government decision-making at its worst. i look forward to putting this anti-energy presidency behind us."
tweeting his support for thousands of pipeline protesters... saying "in 2016, we should not continue to trample on native american sovereignty. and we should not become more dependent on fossil fuels." 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. this is a dining area. chris tanke owns a four unit apartment 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 to 400 dollars less than what i was
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 claiming to be "homer martinez" in chicago. ... 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 person who won't talk with you on the phone ... or won't let you tour the apartment before you put money down. when checking out an apartment ... take a friend or a
out. i'm jenna sachs. contact 6. contact 6 reached out to craigslist for comment on this story ... but did not hear back. join fox six for a special coats for kids collection this wednesday. our tom wachs will be at the steinhafels in waukesha -- collecting coats of all sizes -- new or gently used. the first 200 people todo 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. straight ahead- details on the holiday train's return to southeast wisconsin. plus - how a fake story known as "pizza gate" - led an armed man to storm a pizza place in washington d-c. and it's something that's never happened... who's visiting pearl harbor for the 75th anniversary with president barack obama. after a snowy weekend... it
= major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays looking at the day ahead... the canadian pacific railroad's holiday train will return today... for its 18th annual journey from canada into the united states. it is scheduled to pass through southeast wisconsin today and tomorrow. the holiday train raises food and cash for north american
fox6now.com and click on links. and the milwaukee police department will swear in 58 recruits - 46 men... and 12 women. the recruits will undergo six months of training - and graduation is set for june 2017. the swearing in ceremony will begin at 10 at the police academy. police say a fake news story about hillary clinton... led a man to show up at a pizzeria... armed with an assault rifle. angelica's in studio following that story and more of the from across america. a man from north carolina told investigators he went to a d-c pizza parlor... so he could investigate the so- called "pizza-gate" conspiracy theory. that story claimed hillary clinton and her campaign chief were running a child trafficking ring in the "comet ping pong" restaurant's back rooms. the allegation appeared on fake news sites -- even though the restaurant's owner denied it. police say the suspect fired a shot inside the eatery...thankfully he didn't injure anyone... and he's now facing assault with a
residents are being allowed to return home... to see the damage left behind by a string of wildfires. the town is still closed to outsiders this morning. hundreds of homes were burnt down in the resort town early last week... with at least 13 deaths reported... along with dozens of injuries. officials say they are still searching the area, so more victims could be discovered. wildfires have been burning across the southeast for weeks, fueled by the worst drought in almost a decade. and a 28-year-old grad student has been charged with stabbing jonathan brown is accused of killing a professor in a laboratory on campus friday. the p-h-d student was arrested on scene. the professor had been teaching at u- s-c for 15 years... and was considered an expert in vision loss research. no word yet on what brown's motive may have been... but police say brown targeted the professor... and it was not a random act. fidel castro has been laid to rest... after dying at the age
the longtime dictator led the island nation for almost half-a- century... heading the only communist government in the western hemisphere. his brother... raul... who took over as president a few years ago... led yesterday's funeral service. though president obama reopened relations with cuba this year... no representative from the u-s government attended. in brazil... family, friends and fans of the soccer team killed in a plane crash last week... came together to honor the victims. a memorial service was held at the sha-pey-coh-in-see chapecoense football team's stadium on saturday.bra president attended the service. all but six of the 77 people aboard died. authorities in colombia are hoping that the recovered black boxes from the crash near medellin will help them figure out why the plane crashed. this wednesday marks the 75th anniversary of the attack on pearl harbor... which drew the united states into world war two. dozens of survivors arrived in honolulu this weekend... where they were met by hundreds of supporters. those who flew with the vets called it a humbling experience. "it was a great flight and
the words to say what i want to say. its just great" "to be on the airplane with these guys. we had a gentleman who is 100 years old but the smiles on the faces and the stories these guys tell and the sense of humor. its great to be a fly on the wall around these guys, it doesn't get boring" th american airlines. and we've just learned japan's leader... shin-zoh ah-bay shinzo abe... will visit pearl harbor with president barack obama at the end of this month. no sitting japanese prime minister has ever visited the u-s naval base. earlier this year... president obama because the first sitting u-s president to visit the memorial for the victims of hiroshima. happening now - hawaii is bracing for another foot of snow.
feet that have fallen on the islands highest mountain peaks since thursday. the snow forced officials to close a section of hawaii volcanoes national park. fog and icy conditions also forced the closing of the road up to the mauna kea visitor station. and closer to home... the first measurable snowfall of the season sets a new record in chicago. roughly six inches of snow were counted near o'hare international airport - that's the city's largest first day of snowfall total on record... dating all the way back to 1884. some residents there say they were caught off guard by the snow... but loca stocked up with extra salt and shovels. anchors chat and toss to rob rachael's weather forecast from fox6 meteorologist rachael kaye you may have to
overall it will be a quiet monday. well have cloudy skies and highs in the upper 30s. lows tonight will drop to right around freezing. we may have a few isolated flurries or sprinkles overnight and throughout the day tuesday. the colder air well see by midweek. expect highs in the 20s and wind chills in the single digits starting wednesday and continuing into the start of the weekend. today: mostly cloudy. high: 38 wind: sw 5-10 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. low: 32 wind: sw 5-10 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy with isolated flurries or sprinkles possible. high: 39 wind: sw/w 5-15 mph wednesday: mostly cloudy, windy and cold. am low: 21 high: 28 wind: w 10-20 mph thursday: mostly cloudy, windy
delightful. the packers won 21 to 13 over houston... with a home field advantage quite unlike anything the texans are used to. tim van vooren brings 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 just don't want to think about 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
at lambeau field, tim van vooren, fox six sports." up next - the seattle seahawks come to town on sunday afternoon - you can catch the action right here on fox6. and we now know which bowl game the badgers will be playing in. after saturday's tough loss to penn state in the big ten title game... the 8th ranked badgers will play in the 81st cotton bowl for the first time... against game is on monday, january 2nd... in arlington, texas. donors and season ticket holders can request tickets until noon today. student tickets go on sale tonight at 7... and general tickets go on sale tomorrow at noon. the 5th ranked nittany lions will tackle u-s-c in the rose bowl. coming up - the force is not so strong for one guy trying to become a police officer. and talk about a near disaster on set of the hunger games. how j-law says she nearly killed
aim. when police ask who sent him -- the camera shows a flustered darth vader peeking out from the back of the room. the police department is using this parody video to recruit new officers. and in one of the hollywood headlines you probably didn't expect to hear... jennifer lawrence blames her rear end... for almost killing a crew member on the hunger games set. need more of an explanation? in an interview on the graham norton show... she says she used some rocks to scratch an itch back there... while they were on location in hawaii for the second movie. one of the roc and nearly took out the sound guy. the rocks also happen to be sacred to the hawaiians and she says some locals told her "it was a curse." luckily no one was injured. a chihuahua who was found wandering around bellevue, washington... is now an internet celebrity... but he's not too happy about the newfound fame. officers found this little guy wearing a sweater and blue pants... and posted this picture on twitter... saying the chihuahua was "very angry." a kansas sheriff then replied to the tweet... saying "of course he's angry... that sweater doesn't match those
if you've ever misplaced your driver's license... you know how stressful it can be replacing it. so imagine a grad student's surprise... when she opened up her mail and found her i-d in an envelope... even though she lost it a year ago! it turns out - it was put to good use. an anonymous letter was sent to christina egan... saying "found this on the floor of a bar about a year ago... hope you don't mind i used it for awhile... but now i'm 21... so you can have it back, thanks!" egan says she only wished the perso license sent 10 dollars with it since she had to replace that i-d... but she hopes the mystery girl enjoyed her time as christina. now at 7-- day five of the
how much progress some counties made over the weekend. "i know but who thought it was gonna come when i had no socks on or no boots" plus.. not everyone was ready for the first snow of the season. but salt trucks were out in full force. how the roads are looking for your commute this morning. the packers are back on a winning streak! we have the highlights from yesterday's big win in green bay. good morning and welcome back to wakeup! weather you may have to scrape some snow off your car this morning... but overall it will be a quiet monday. well have cloudy skies and highs in the upper 30s. lows tonight will drop to right around freezing. we may have a few isolated flurries or sprinkles overnight and throughout the day tuesday. the big story heading our way is the colder air well see by midweek. expect highs in the 20s and wind chills in the single digits starting wednesday and continuing into the start of the weekend. today: mostly cloudy. high: 38 wind: sw 5-10