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we begin with the weather - the day after the area's first snowfall. weather deck. you may have to scrape some snow off your car this morning... but overall it will be a quiet monday. we'll 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
the colder air we'll 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 d-p-w officials...urging drivers to be cautious on the roads. in milwaukee...crews got an early start clearing snow...but today conditions could still be icy. our deandra corinthios has more from west allis. no traces of snow left on the interstate but you could sitll find some slick spots. in milwaukee...102
morning's commute a bit easier. milwaukee dpw crews pre-treated the roads saturday, then, the salt trucks went out on the main highways 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 "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" dpw reminds drivers to give other drivers and plows plenty of room on the roads. in west allis dc fox6
shooting on milwaukee's north side. officials say that a 25-year-old man was shot and injured in an exchange of gunfire with another man. he was taken to the hospital and is expected to be ok. a 19-year-old man remained on scene and is cooperating with investigators. wisconsin has now re-counted 1 million votes in the race for president. and president-elect donald trump is actually doing better the second time around. political reporter theo keith explains. 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 reported some, but not all, of their results. a fox6 analysis shows president-
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 professor mordecai lee says voters shouldn't fault stein for 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 put an immediate stop to the recount on friday. he has scheduled a hearing for this coming friday over the request, which comes from two pro-trump groups. in the newsroom, theo
michigan's presidential election results will begin today at noon. the move increases the chances that the state could complete the count ahead of a december 12th deadline. green party candidate 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. and if you would like to stay updated on the election commissions progress here in wisconsin -- officials are posting daily updates of the recount. you can track the website -- fox six now dot com, or your fox six news mobile app. another week and president-elect trump announces another nominee for his cabinet, as speculation continues to grow over who might be our nation's next secretary of state. fox's joel waldman, has more from washington. president-elect donald trump's transition team making it official, one time republican rival and retired neurosurgeon, doctor ben carson,
development, or hud. gingrich says: "his rise from detroit to being a world leader in his field, gives him an opportunity to have moral authority and i think he could really play a significant role in improving the lives of inner city african-americans in particular." the carson news coming today as political watchers and media pundits, alike, are embroiled in the presidential parlor game of who will serve in mr. trump's cabinet... with the secretary of state role creating perhaps the most intrigue. mitt romney, john bolton are all reportedly still in the mix, along with a new batch of possible names, including senator bob corker, former c-i-a director david petraeus and the former u.s. ambassador to china, jon huntsman. a plea for patience coming from president-elect trump's senior adviser. conway says: "the man is brilliant. the man is the best negotiator. he's the best connector and communicator. obviously, he just pulled off the upset of the
you have to trust his instincts." ambassador huntsman's name particularly interesting considering the hard line the president-elect is taking with china, blasting their monetary policy in a tweet this morning. waldman says oncam tag : "meanwhile, minnesota and michigan begin recounting presidential votes today in response to a challenge from former green party candidate, jill stein. in washington, joel waldman, fox news." new information on a plan that's in the works to redevelop the area around the long-dormant n site. 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 relocated from the area near 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
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 'we want to see something out of the box. we dont want to do with the same old same old.' the market has been talked about for years... but has never materialized. the weather may have been terrible...but the packers were able to pull out a win in the snow! packers getting victories two weeks 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 now 6 and 6. brewers founder and former commissioner bud selig has been 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
pitches in that the commissioner emeritus' contributions to the game he loves are--quote--"monumen tal". the dakota access pipeline is on hold...for now. reaction from opponents and supporters of the pipeline. and...the death tolls rises in gatlingburg following a massive wildfire... why officials say an emergency text to evacuate...was never sent to residents. plus... "..the grim recovery effort continues following a deadly warehouse fire. i'm claudia cowan in oakland. i'll haveh straight ahead." "i'm tom hooper, i'm katrina cravy, i'm jenna sachs. contact 6. 44 years, millions of dollars 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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pipeline on hold... for now. the federal government putting the breaks on the mostly finished project...which was being met with fierce opposition. fox's kelly wright has more. oil pipeline in the midwest... with the u-s army corps of engineers announcing it will not grant an easement for the dakota access pipeline. the project fiercely opposed by the nearby standing rock sioux tribe and others. the army says there's more work to do ... releasing a statement, which reads in part... "the best way to complete that work
the pipeline crossing." if completed, the 3-point-8 billion dollar pipeline would run some 12- hundred miles through four states, carrying up to 570-thousand barrels of crude oil a day. the pipeline was mostly finished... with the company building it just needing permission to cross under a missouri river reservoir. bearcub says: "..this is the best news that i've heard forever - best news for native people, native country, the whole un people. water is so precious.'' not everyone is cheering the decision, however. house speaker paul ryan tweeting, quote... "this is big-government decision-making at its worst. i look forward to putting this anti-energy presidency behind us." on cam tag all of this could change once president-elect trump is in the white house. he has already said he will bring back another controversial project - the keystone x-l pipeline. in new york, kelly wright, fox
people in a charleston church in june 2015 has decided not to represent himself. dylann roof has asked a judge to reinstate his defense attorneys. roof reportedly filed a motion yesterday afternoon in a handwritten note....asking if his lawyers can represent him in the guilt phase of the trial only. last week roof told the judge he wanted to represent himself...a move the judge called "strategically unwise." the names of some of the victims in the deadly oakland "ghost ship" released. the death toll now stands at thirty-six, but, it's expected to rise as the search continues for victims. fox's claudia cowan has more from oakland, california. what began as a late-night dance party turned into a massive fire that killed dozens of people - many of them teenagers... now police and first responders are searching what remains of the building.... looking for victims - and evidence of wrongdoing. watson says: "the primary focus has
recovery. once that is completed, then we'll start having the conversations and shifting this investigation to whichever direction is appropriate." it's still not clear exactly how the fire began but a criminal investigation has been opened by the alameda county district attorney. neighbors say they've been complaining for months about unsafe conditions at the warehouse - known locally as the "ghost ship" - which had been converted into living spaces and a concert area on the second floor. many former ghost ship tenants are describ operator, derick ion almena, as unstable and erratic. evans says: "he's smart. he knows, he's very knowledgeable, he can be very charming, but he does have these little rage rage fits, he gets kinda angry." meanwhile, the mourning process is underway... survivors, victims families, and area residents placing flowers at makeshift memorials... remembering their lost friends and family members. sefa-boakye says: "just a great guy and the bright side to this
more validation of how great a guy he was." on cam tag locals say this is not the only converted warehouse in the neighborhood - and they're urging authorities to investigate other potentially unsafe buildings - to make sure this kind of tragedy does not happen again. in oakland, claudia cowan, fox news. in tennessee -- the death toll from massive wildfires rises to 14. authorities say an 81-year-old woman died after she had a medical event driving that caused a multi-car crash. she was tryin that destroyed nearly 17-hundred buildings. officials have also increased the number of injured to 134. also this weekend, the tennessee emergency management agency said a mass text message telling people to evacuate was never sent. they say the local command post requested the message at 8:30 p-m last monday, but communication between agencies was lost because of disabled phones, internet and electrical services. hawaii is bracing for another
that landed 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. adlib to weather forecast from fox6 meteorologist you may have to scrape some snow off your car this morning... but overall it will be a quiet monday. we'll 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
the big story heading our way is the colder air we'll 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: 33 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 wind: w 10-20 mph thursday: mostly cloudy, windy and cold. a few flurries possible. am low: 18 high: 25 wind: nw 15-25 mph friday: mostly cloudy, windy and cold. am low: 16 high: 23 wind: nw 10-20 mph saturday: mostly cloudy, windy and cold. am low: 14 high: 28
you may have to scrape some snow off your car this morning... but overall it will be a quiet monday. we'll have cloudy skies and highs in the upper 30s. lows tonight will drop to right around freezing. we may have a few isolated flurrie o and throughout the day tuesday. the big story heading our way is the colder air we'll see by midweek. today: mostly cloudy. high: 38 wind: sw 5-10 mph milwaukee's department of public works got an early start on
today. our deandra corinthios has more from west allis. the d-p-w tackled main streets r roads. most...are wiped clean this morning. take a look at 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
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 facebook showing his totaled car luckily 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 plenty of space. reporting along i-94 dc fox6 news police are investigating a shooting on milwaukee's north side. officials say that a 25-year-old man was shot and injured in an exchange of gunfire with another man. he was taken to the hospital and is expected to be ok. a 19-year-old man remained on scene and is cooperating with
election continues across the state today... more than 1 million votes have now been counted up a second time in wisconsin. of the 59 counties that have reported some or all of their results, president- elect donald trump has picked up about 40 more votes than hillary 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 immediately stop it on friday. the judge has scheduled a hearing for this friday to consider the request from two pro-trump groups. meanwhile - a recount of michigan's presidential election results will begin today at noon. the move increases the chances that the state could complete the count ahead of a december 12th deadline. green part candidate 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.
going back over each ballot one by one for the governor's race recount. election board members have until tonight to recount all 90-thousand ballots in durham county. democrat roy cooper won that race, beating out republican incumbent pat mccrory. but the issue comes from a computer malfunction in tabulating the votes from six different voting sites. the data was ultimately retrieved, but republicans argue the glitch created the potential for fraud. updated on the election commissions progress here in wisconsin -- officials are posting daily updates of the recount. you can track the developments on our website -- fox six now dot com, or your fox six news mobile app. happening now - the jury trial for one of the men arrested in connection to a shootout on i-43 last year... is underway. martez maclin-dyson was arrested following the incident last december... along with 2 other people- corey campbell and lance lewis. dyson is also charged in
of tony vance in november of last year. the trial started at 9 this morning. its been an 800-thousand square 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 around: lewis is announcing a partnership between the department of city development and uw-milwaukees community 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.'
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. 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 poin interested in buying the site... but that never happened either. reporting live in milwaukee, bl, fox6 news. santa is giving more than just gifts this year... how the santa at regency mall is making kids of all ages and abilities...have a wonderful holiday season. plus...renters, beware.... why you should be on the lookout for potential scams...when looking
glendale police department has taken part in "shop with a cop." the event helps make sure 10 kids have a special christmas. the children were each given 100 dollars to spend... and many chose to buy gifts for others instead of themselves. the students were nominated by their teachers. for officers -- it's just another way to create a relationship with children in the community. 'its a different way for the kids to see the police, in a positive light and doing something fun for the day.' after shopping -- all students and officers walked down to i-pic for an afternoon of bowling and lunch. spreading joy and cheer to kids all over the world, santa claus makes sure to get everyone's list and to check them twice. foxs 6 derica williams shows you how santa at regency mall is making kids of all ages and abilities have a wonderful holiday season. christmas is coming are you
you like for christmas -a tiger kids share their wishes and wants with santa. i likes superheroes the lists go on i want a guinea pig and on... a marine corp helmet that fits me just right with hopeful hearts and smiles from ear to ear...old saint nick is more than want every child to have a very special experience sitting here with me giving each child one on one time, hes prepared to share his gift of understanding. some of the children who cant hear i can sign to them as well santa being able to sign with kids who are hearing impaired.. i ask them what do you want for christmas gives them a sense of being included in this magical experience. the children appreciate the idea that they can come and talk to me talk
sibling so interpret for them the thoughtfulness, is a touching gesture. i had one mother who was deaf herself to back there and she cried because is her first time as an adult she had ever seen santa sign for her child theres even a mailbox set up outside of santas home so kids can send their letter and communicate with him however they choose. i like to get list and if you cant spell the word draw me a picture this jolly man is ensuring all kids have a picture perfect memory of their interaction. we have happy holidays and merry christmas for all news. fox 6 is collecting coats for kids... to keep them warm this winter. join us for a special collection this wednesday night from 5 to 7. 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 at the bmo harris
fox6now.com. adlib to weather you may have to scrape some snow off your car this morning... but overall it will be a quiet monday. we'll have cloudy skies and highs in the upper 30s. lows tonigh 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 we'll 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
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: 18 high: 25 wind: nw 15-25 mph friday: mostly cloudy, windy and cold. am low: 16 wind: nw 10-20 mph saturday: mostly cloudy, windy and cold. am low: 14
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 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
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 advertising for. um they were advertising for pets. tanke immediately flagged the scammer's post ... and took down his own ad. he 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. 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
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 few friends. if you feel uneasy or unsure at any point ... back out. i'm jenna sachs. contact 6. craigslist for comment on this story ... but did not hear back. in the tech world... custom dog food delivered right to
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11. railroads holiday train is back today. this is its 18th annual journey from canada into the u-s. it is scheduled to pass through southeast wisconsin today and tomorrow. the holiday train raises food and cash for north american food banks. for a full list of stops go to fox6now.com and click on links. thanks for joining us at eleven. thanks for joining us at eleven. our next news there's a new medicare plan in town.
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