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shows the moment a wauwatosa police officer opens fire on jay anderson. te the officer of any wrongdoing in the fatal shooting. our deandra corinthios has more from the wauwatosa police department. wauwatosa police have provided us with a copy of the district attorneys decision not to pursue charges against the officer in this case investigators say wauwatosa police officer joseph mensahs account of this june 23-rd shooting is backed up by what we see on this short video were freezing the video right before shots are fired, but
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is justified. investigators say officer mensah was patrolling madison park after it had closed officer mensah approached jay anderson, who appeared to be sleeping in his car. the officer noticed a semi-automatic firearm on the passenger seat. after viewing the gun, the officer took out his firearm and ordered anderson to put his hands in the air. anderson, meanwhile, allegedly lowered his arm toward the gun at least three times. officer mensah then fired his gun, shooting anderson. " i have watched that video at least 20 times and i was able to w forwards backwards frame by frame, i could take as much time as i needed. the police officer had less than one second to make the decision" wauwatosa police chief barry weber says officer mensah underwent counseling and has been cleared to return to duty. as for anderson-- an autopsy shows he was intoxicated and also revealed marijuana in his system.
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the family of jay anderson junior is extremely disappointed in the district attorney's decision not to charge officer joseph mensah. they say they'll continue to fight. "i feel sick to my stomach knowing he will be back on the force but my daughter will never get to see her dad again. it's not right." attorney jon safran says he is pushing for federal criminal civil rights charges the force but my daughter will never get to see her dad again. it's not right." attorney jon safran says he is pushing for federal criminal civil rights charges against already contacted the u-s attorney's office to investigate. you can watch the entire dash camera video of the anderson shooting on our website-- fox6 now dot com and the fox6 news mobile app. we've also posted the news conferences. just find this story on our home page.
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otherwise mostly cloudy with a few flurries possible. highs will reach into the upper 30s. staying mainly cloudy and becoming breezy tonight with lows around 20. blustery and very cold the rest of the week with high temperatures only reaching into the 20s. wind chills will be in the teens. a few flurries are possible thursday then a better chance for snow arrives this weekend. today: areas of fog likely. flurries. high: 38 wind: w 5-15 mph tonight: mostly cloudy and becoming breezy. low: 21 wind: w 5-15 mph wednesday: mostly cloudy, blustery and cold. wind chills: teens. milwaukee firefighters were busy
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the first happened about 3-20 this morning near 11th and wright. officials say it was a vacant home-- and no injuries were reported. the house did not have an operating smoke detector. the cause of the fire is still under investigation. another fire was reported on the northwest side. it happened about 4-20 this morning at a home near 83rd and a-cacia. officials say no one was home at the time of the fire and no injuries were reported. the red cross was at the scene offering assistance. the cause of the investigation. marquette police are investigating an armed robbery near the campus. we're told a suspect entered the jimmy johns on wells last night and implied he had a weapon and demanded money from the register. the suspect then took off. the employee was not injured... and milwaukee police are helping with the investigation. dodge county officials are investigating a possible homicide in fox lake. they're calling it a suspicious death. we're told that deputies are
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truck in connection with the case. neighbors believe a man may have shot and killed his girlfriend and then took off. police and deputies were called to the scene sunday night. a neighbor tells fox6 he thinks he heard the gunfire. i heard a pop and that was about five minutes, ten minutes before i left but i didn't think anything of it because of the hunting season around here. police say they are not releasing any further information on the case right now -- as it is an active and ongoing investigation. you're asked to give them a call. nearly a year later... police say they know who killed a good samaritan during a snow storm... but the killer is now dead. 43-year-old clifford morgan was shot and killed at a gas station at 8th and atkinson on december 28th. surveillance video from the night shows morgan inside talking to a clerk... then walking outside in the middle of a snow storm - where he was killed
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during the winter storm... which dumped nine inches on milwaukee. now - police say 28- year- old london street pulled the trigger - but he's now dead as well - killed over a cell phone. it's unclear whether any other arrests will be made -- but morgan's daughter said she believes others may also be responsible. a milwaukee teen is behind bars in connection with recent car thefts at a milwaukee teen is behind bars in connection with recent car thefts at an are victim at valhalla cemetery near silver spring and 91st on november 17th... demanding car keys. investigators are looking into a second similar incident ten days later... where the victim says two young men shocked him with a stun gun while he was visiting his parents' grave site. finally, they came over and tore the pocket of my pants, and there the car keys were. and tore my pants all the way down. and then they drove out of the main
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16-year-old suspect is also being investigated for two strong- arm robberies on the morning of december 2nd. ...the first at 66th and lisbon... and the second just five minutes later at 74th and hadley. in both... police say he forcibly stole the cars from the drivers. today is a big day in madison for the state transportation department's proposed budget. it slashes major projects in milwaukee and racine counties because there isn't enough money. po has new information on the g-o-p infighting. look at this! holy cow! i cant even imagine what it would be like to be sitting in there in this video released by his office, assembly speaker robin vos says bad roads impact patient care. vos says he rode in the back of this ambulance at the request of his cousin, an ems worker in burlington. imagine standing here over a patient i cant even imagine putting in a needle
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difficult the wisconsin ems association said the video is "an example of what local ems are dealing with throughout the state."but the speaker's opponents in the road funding debate were not convinced. i think that wisconsin residents are smarter than that. they will take a more holistic look at our transportation system and the factors that are involved in it, and not just look at, somebodys riding in an ambul stroebel is one of two senators who said monday they would not support any tax or fee increase to pay for roads. the senators released a memo from the nonpartisan legislative fiscal bureau that shows, if the state built every project on its "wish list," the gas tax would need to increase by 28 cents a gallon.vos called it "fear mongering" and said no one is suggesting that kind of tax hike. enter governor scott walker, who ripped assembly leaders like vos for being open to a tax hike at all.
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understand exactly how much it would cost them."three republicans endorsed a full repeal of the state's prevailing wage law, which sets minimum pay for construction workers. but the nonpartisan fiscal bureau has said the cost savings from that would be "uncertain" and likely small. theo keith, fox6 news. crews are still working to find victims in the warehouse fire in oakland. ...the latest on possible murder charges. and-- the owner of the f shot and killed...will not be selling the building. ...what they're planning to do instead. plus... "president-elect trump gets ready to say thank you to voters, but no thanks to a major american company. find out which one, and why. i'm joel waldman in washington, coming up next." "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
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business leaders continue to stream through the trump tower revolving door-- as the president-elect continues to build his administration. fox's joel waldman, has more from washington. another steady stream of visitors at trump tower today, including dc-mayor muriel bowser, iowa governor terry branstad, and exxon mobil
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latest to be floated as a possible pick for secretary of state. vice president-elect mike pence, meanwhile, meeting with congressional leaders today, offering this on the tedious transition process: pence says: "what i can tell you the president-elect is doing in all of the cabinet positions and critical appointments in the administration is taking the time to meet with men and women of extraordinary caliber's and backgrounds." tonight, the president-elect heads to north carolina; part of his will formally introduce general james "mad dog" mattis as his choice for secretary of defense. york says: "these are the swing states that put donald trump over the top, but this purpose is different. he's not looking for votes. he's looking for support for his agenda." one of the perks of being president is flying around on air-force-one. but, in both a tweet today - and in person - mr. trump says he wants no part of it if boeing cannot bring down the expected four-billion-dollar
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ridiculous. i think boeing is doing a little bit of a number. we want boeing to make a lot of money, but not that much money." waldman says on-cam tag : "and, as if the 2016 presidential campaign wasn't long enough, could planning for 2020 already be underway? vice president joe biden telling reporters he's not ruling out a run next time around. in washington, joel waldman, fox news." looking across america... prosecutors say murder charges are po a deadly warehouse fire in oakland, california. the death toll there has now climbed to 36 people... with crews still trying to find victims. work had to stop yesterday because a wall began leaning inward... but it has since resumed. about 70 percent of the building has been searched, so far. the fire erupted during a dance party late friday night. the standing rock sioux chairman now says it's time for protesters of the dakota access pipeline to leave. he says the camp's purpose has
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need for people to stay in the dangerous winter weather. many are vowing to stay though. this comes after the army corps of engineers denied a permit for the pipeline to cross under a missouri river reservoir in the area. the owner of the florida nightclub where 49 people were shot and killed is no longer selling the property. barbara poma had indicated that she planned to sell pulse nightclub to the city of orlando. but now she says she is going to "create a space for everyone" and "a sat the tragedy. the property has been closed since june after gunman omar mateen committed the nation's worst mass shooting. adlib to weather areas of fog likely this morning otherwise mostly cloudy with a few flurries possible. highs will reach into the upper 30s. staying mainly cloudy and becoming breezy tonight with lows around 20. blustery and very cold the rest of the week with high temperatures only reaching into the 20s. wind chills will be in the teens. a few flurries are possible
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for snow arrives this weekend. today: areas of fog likely. flurries. high: 38 wind: w 5-15 mph tonight: mostly cloudy and becoming breezy. low: 21 wind: w 5-15 mph wednesday: mostly cloudy, blustery and cold. wind chills:eens. high: w8 high: wind: nw 15h saturday: m gh: 26 wind: sw 5-10 mph sunday:ostly cloudy with ow showers likely. am l: high: fog likely this morning herwise mostly cloudy with a w flurries possible. highs ll reach into the upper 30s.stay oudy and becoming breezy tonight with lows around 20. blustery and very cold the rest of the week with high temperatures only reaing te s. wi ills will be in the teens then a bee arrives this weekend. today: areas of fog likely. flurries. high: 38 wind: w 5-15 mph tonight: mostly cloudy and becoming breezy. low: 21 wind: w 5-15 mph wednesday: mostly cloudy, blustery and cold. wind chills: teens. high: 28 wind: w 10-20 mph thursday: mostly cloudy, windy and cold. wind chills: teens. am low: 18 high: 24 wind: nw 15-25 mph friday: mostly cloudy and cold. am low: 18 high: 23 wind: nw 5-15 mph saturday: mostly cloudy with
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night. am low: 14 high: 26 wind: sw 5-10 mph sunday: mostly cloudy with snow showers likely. am low: 23 high: 31 wind: sw 10-20 mph am low: 23 high: 31 wind: sw 10-20 mph am low: 23 high: 31 wind: sw 10-20
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the downtown weather beacon gets an upgrade-- and the days inn near mitchell airport is up for
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milwaukee business journal headquarters. let's start downtown. 1. what work did they do on the weather beacon? to the building? let's talk about the sale of the days inn
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1. what are the new owners plans for the hotel? 2. how much did the hotel sell for last year? carl is checking out the holiday
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start your morning with fox6 wakeup at 4:30-- get breaking news, weather and traffic updates until 9am. ever heard of a cheese cerfitied professional? we'll meet her tomorrow when she makes a holiday recipe. and a holiday classic hits the stage in milwaukee. carl gives us a preview of "a christmas carol" that's tomorrow on fox six wakeup! kids... to keep them warm this winter. join us for a special collection tomorrow 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 bradley center. find more details on our website fox6now.com.
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trek across wisconsin..making a stop right here in milwaukee. our carl deffenbaugh is
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big stories at 11:30. the officer who fatally shot jay anderson will not be charged. hear reaction from anderson's family on the decision. anth after his cars are targeted in two separate incidents. ...how the crimes are inspiring him. the coldest air of the season moves in tomorrow. details
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police officer who shot and killed jay anderson has been cleared of wrongdoing. and, the dash cam video has been made public. our deandra corinthios has more from the wauwatosa police department. officer joseph mensah shot jay anderson six times...killing him. the wauwatosa police chief says the officer received mandatory counseling after the shooting and is cleared to return to work. he will not face charges this is the dashcam video. wer before shots are fired, but police chief barry weber says mensahs use of force is justified. the wauwatosa police department does not have body cameras. but the shooting was recorded because immediately after the shots were fired, officer mensah remotely activated the camera in his squad, which retroactively records 20 seconds prior to hitting the button. chief weber says mensah confronted jay anderson, who was asleep in his car
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after the officer noticed a gun on the passenger seat it was a ruger 9 mm loaded with 16 rounds of ammunition and one in the chamber. mensah called for backup...anderson allegedly reached for the gun. 'on several occasions, the subject started to lower his right while leaning toward the front passenger seat where the gun was located, on each occasion the officer directed verbal commands to the subject instructing him to not reach for the weapon and keep his hands up.' chief weber says officer mensah has shooting took place. in wauwatosa dc fox 6 news the family of jay anderson
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attorney's decision to not charge the officer. the family maintains the investigation into the officer-involved shooting has not been transparent. the family says the dash camera video from the june incident is not clear... as police maintain anderson reached for a gun. family members say they'll continue to fight... "5:58 he was in that park asleep by himself he didnt harm nobody. and its just so unfair i have two kids by him that will never know him 6: pushing for federal criminal civil rights charges against officer mensah. he has already contacted the u-s attorney's office to investigate. adlib to weather areas of fog likely this morning otherwise mostly cloudy with a few flurries possible. highs will reach into the upper 30s.
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tonight with lows around 20. blustery and very cold the rest of the week with high temperatures only reaching into the 20s. wind chills will be in the teens. a few flurries are possible thursday then a better chance for snow arrives this weekend. today: areas of fog likely. flurries. high: 38 wind: w 5-15 mph tonight:
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w 5-15 mph the latest now on the election recount. so far -- more than one million votes have been counted. only six counties have finished their tallies. the deadline is quickly approaching. we're now just six days must be recounted. but the wisconsin elections commission says all counties are on track to finish the work on time by the state deadline of december 12th. meanwhile -- in michigan - the recount expands today to the state's largest county -- which includes detroit. five other michigan counties will be recounting ballots today as well. also taking place today -- the state's appeals court will hear arguments on the president-elect's request to halt the recount.
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awaits action in federal court. milwaukee firefighters were busy battling at least two fires overnight. the first happened about 3-20 this morning near 11th and wright. officials say it was a vacant home-- and, no injuries were reported. the house did not have an operating smoke detector. the cause of the fire is still under investigation. another fire was reported on the northwest side. it happened about 4-20 this morning at a officials say no one was home at the time of the fire and no injuries were reported. the red cross was at the scene offering assistance. the cause of the fire is under investigation. milwaukee's anthony 'showtime' pettis-- a star in the world of mixed martial arts-- is talking for the first time since he was the victim of two separate crimes involving his cars. julie collins reports... the crimes are inspiring pettis to work on
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2-division world champion and im 1 fight way from it.' anthony pettis has the focus of a fighter...and the fight of his life is around the corner. ' im excited about it i feel like i put the work in, the time in and now its time to perform.' as he prepares to win the featherweight title - milwaukee police work to solve this crime. in october the cars parked in pettis driveway were set on fire... ' ive never felt that way before. even in octagon i dont feel unsafe for my life and that was the first time i felt i needed to make some changed to figure out what why and where.' he installed surveillance cameras and just last week it caught 2 parked cars on the driveway of his milwaukee home 'i was driving to the gym, 5 minutes from my house and i was like this is really happening right now? in the footage, posted on his facebook page, the men are shown first attempting to open the door of a brown cadillac, which is locked. they then move on to a white range rover, which is unlocked. after opening the passenger side door, one of the men appears to reach into the range rover before leaving the scene. property was removed from that vehicle - and a 13- year old was arrested in connection to the crime. 'its scary to see where the
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be some changes and i think im in a position where i can make some changes so its up to me to go out there instead of how do i replace my belongs how do i make it right for everybody else.' but for now hes got to focus on the upcoming title fight. 'i could have pulled out of the fight 10 times already but this is too big of an opportunity for me, this is my dreams and my goals that are right there in front of me, i can just grab it.' "anthony pettis will take on max holloway for the interm featherwieght title this saturday in tornoto. collins. fox 6 news." get a closer look at the damage to those vehicles when you visit fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app. we have a gallery posted online. just search "pettis." thousands of fans celebrated a much- needed green bay packers' win this weekend. but, at least one fan did his celebrating from a jail cell. police say 24-year-old nathan me- leski of slinger stiffed
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the game. officials say he got drunk-- lost his friends-- and lost his phone. so, he took a 111- mile cab ride to richfield! but when he got there - he bolted - stiffing the driver. deputies tracked him through the snow to a nearby bar. me-leski now faces up to nine months in jail and a ten-thousand dollar fine a milwaukee teen is behind bars in connection with recent car thefts at an area cemetery. police say the teen a near silver spring and 91st on novemeber 17th... demanding car keys. investigators are looking into a second similar incident ten days later... where the victim says two young men shocked him with a stun gun while he was visiting his parents' grave site. finally, they came over and tore the pocket of my pants, and there the car keys were. and tore my pants all the way down. and then they drove out of the main
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16-year-old suspect is also being investigated for two strong arm robberies on the morning of december 2nd. the first at 66th and lisbon... and the second, just five minutes later at 74th and hadley. in both... police say he forcibly stole the cars from the drivers. it's been nearly one year since a milwaukee man was killed, after he stopped to help someone at a gas station. now, there's new information about his suspected killer. fox 6's ashley sears-- with a story you'll 57:48 the snow, the lights, christmas trees. it is normally a special time of year-- but for this milwaukee woman-- 57:51 everything just brings back a whole bunch of pain for me. the holiday season--is incredibly difficult. 02:31 i hurt every single day. last year, her father--43-year-old clifford morgan was shot and killed at a gas station at 8th
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shows morgan inside talking to a clerk-- he walks outside--in the middle of a snow storm and is killed moments later. 00:31 you feel that pain like it was just that day. now, nearly one year later investigators say they know who pulled the trigger. nats: most wanted the problem is, he was murdered...himself. police 28-year-old london street was killed over a cell phone. up. stop killing each other, stop fighting. she takes comfort in memories-- tries to move forward-- as difficult as it seems... 05:06 my father was the backbone of our family. now my father is gone, our family is kind of fading. hoping that the pain will fade-- and her family will have peace. 07:27 i want some type of closure. i deserve closure.
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since her father's death, her life has fallen a part. she lost her job and her home. she's asking for prayers and any help trying to get back on her feet. reporting in the newsroom, ashley sears fox 6 news. the milwaukee bucks are getting into the holiday spirit...by giving back. ...how they're saluting those who serve or have served in the armed forces. and-- peppermint is a thing of the past. ...the different kind of candy cane flavors one shop is cooking up. john, we're giving you a raise.
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"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 milwk jenna sachs. she's here to help you and your family because you matter." christmas is nearly here - and with it comes the holiday classics. that includes candy canes. but, one candy shop in manhattan is putting a fresh spin on the striped staples. mac king has the flavorful story... cohen says: "we sell upwards of 5,000 to 10,000 standard candy canes a year." economy-candy co-owner
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sold candy-canes and hundreds of other varieties of candy --- from their lower-east-side shop ... for the last seventy-nine years. cohen says: "traditional candy canes: you've got to have them. they go on the tree, you hand them out to family and friends and they're cheap. a box of 12 is $1.29." on-cam the classic candy cane's a red-and- white-striped, peppermint flavored upside-down-j ... most recognize as synonymous with this time of year.. but at some point some sugar- innovator out there decided our crook- shaped holiday candy sele cohen says: "you know, believe it or not, bacon candy canes are the new fad thing." yes. you heard mitchell correctly. cohen says: "bacon candy canes: making a great gag for christmas. want to get that minty taste? nope. you've got bacon." in addition to the bacon-canes at economy-candy one's able to raise canes of pickle, wasabi, coffee, and gravy with a quick search of "candy cane flavors" on the internet. mos 1 says: "seen green, i think, once." mos 2 says: "looks like a striped hook." mos 3 says: "hanging on the christmas tree." and this christmas one can hang a krampus cane or starburst cane or a
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people do. economy candy sold out of all two- hundred bacon canes it ordered last year ... leading mitch to order even more ... of this meat-flavored candy-stick this holiday season. cohen says: "you know, i've tried the bacon candy and i spit it out so fast i'm afraid of the candy cane." adlib to weather areas of fog likely this morning otherwise mostly cloudy with a few reach into the upper 30s. staying mainly cloudy and becoming breezy tonight with lows around 20. blustery and very cold the rest of the week with high temperatures only reaching
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teens. a few flurries are possible thursday then a better chance for snow arrives this weekend. today: areas of fog likely. flurries. high: 38 wind: w 5-15 mph tonight: breezy. low: 21 wind: w 5-15 mph wednesday: mostly cloudy, blustery and cold. wind chills: teens. high: 28 wind: w 10-20 mph thursday:
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low: 18 high: 24 wind: nw 15-25 mph friday: mostly cloudy and cold. am low: 18 high: 23 wind: nw 5-15 mph saturday: mostly cloudy with snow showers moving in at night. am low: 14 high: 26 wind: sw 5-10 mph sunday: mostly cloudy with snow showers likely. am low: 23 high: 31 wind: sw 10-20 mph areas of fog likely this morning otherwise mostly cloudy with a few flurries possible. highs will reach into the upper 30s. staying mainly cloudy and becoming breezy tonight with lows around 20. blustery and very cold the rest of the week with high temperatures only reaching into the 20s. wind chills will be in the teens. a few flurries r then a better chance for snow arrives this weekend. today: areas of fog likely. flurries. high: 38 wind: w 5-15 mph tonight: mostly cloudy and becoming breezy. low: 21 wind: w 5-15 mph wednesday: mostly cloudy, blustery and cold. wind chills: teens. high: 28 wind: w 10-20 mph thursday: mostly cloudy, windy and cold. wind chills: teens. am low: 18 high: 24 wind: nw 15-25 mph friday: mostly cloudy and cold. am low: 18 high: 23 wind: nw 5-15 mph saturday: mostly cloudy with snow showers moving in at night. am low: 14 high: 26 wind: sw 5-10 mph sunday: mostly cloudy with snow showers likely. am low: 23 high: 31 wind: sw 10-20
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today is the sixth -- which means its time for buddy check six. remember to connect with your buddy and make sure she does her breast self-exam. the earlier you find cancer, the better your odds at beating it. if you havent already picked your buddy, do it today. you can even choose one of us here at fox6 to be your buddy. head over to fox6 now dot com to get
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the milwaukee bucks are giving back... a look at how they're saluting local u-s armed forces members and
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the milwaukee bucks are getting into the spirit. they are giving back to some of those who deserve it the most, u-s armed forces members and veterans. tom pipines goes beyond the game with the way they're saluting some of these local american heroes. joey zdroik/ "it is awesome." that's the easiest was to sum up what was going on after a recent practice for the milwaukee bucks. after working on their jump shots, the
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veterans and their families. steve novak/bucks forward "we got to practice in front of the veterans and after wards they got to come down and kind of hang with us and it was great to meet them and some of their kids." it's all part of a continuing program by the bucks to give back to those who serve or have served in the armed forces. jason kidd/bucks head coach "to see them come down to say thank you for having us here just makes you feel good that you are doing something right. " steve novak/bucks basketball we are blessed to have the freedoms that we have so sometimes i think we do take it for granted myself included and to be able to kind of look these guys in their eyes to see who they are and putting their lives on the line and sacrificing a lot of things with their families to protect us as a country it's special, so it's nice for us to take a moment after practice and be with them in a casual setting and i think just have a good time." it's an experience that many people
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doesn't take for granted."i think it's great what the bucks do with this with the community it's an awesome involvement get the veterans involved and showing that they are thankful for what we do, it's very awesome to see." and he hopes the same goes for his son. zachary zdroik/marine/lives in milwaukee "i got my son joey with me and he absolutely loved it. it was an awesome experience, i don't know if he knows how awesome it is but i'm definitely enjoying it and so is he it is great." a sentiment reiterated by army veteran peter corrao peter carrao/army vet/lives in cudahy "i thought it was very inter before." peter carrao/army vet/lives in cudahy "i think they really care, i think it's something that they are giving back to the community and to our veterans." and coach jason kidd says that's the real reason for this event. jason kidd/bucks head coach "i think understanding our organization is about giving back, it doesn't always have to be about tickets or a game to come here to practice to be able to have lunch, to be able to talk to them face to face to the service people it reminds you of what's important especially for the holidays to see people smile that's what life is all about." tom pipines fox 6
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amazon is testing a new grocery store in seattle...without checkout lines. shoppers simply scan their amazon app when they enter the store. then, sensors register the items you put in your cart and automatically charge them to your amazon app. when you're finished you simply walk out of the store. right now -- the store is only open to amazon employees... but is expected to open to the public next year. thanks for joining us at eleven. our next newscast is at four
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>> judge judy: what were you in jail for? >> child support. >> judge judy: non-payment of child support. >> announcer: a cousin calls on a cousin for cash. >> judge judy: you had already laid out $3,000 for her deadbeat husband. >> yes, ma'am. >> judge judy: why should she pay your child support? >> she did. >> announcer: but he's too busy to pay up. >> judge judy: you have two children with two different women? >> yes, ma'am. i got like two, three different child-support cases. >> announcer: "judge judy." you are about to enter the courtroom of judge judith sheindlin. the people are real. the cases are real. the people are real. the cases are real. the rulings are final. captions paid for by cbs television distribution dejuana covington is suing her cousin ashanta byrd-arnold for loans to buy a car and to bail her husband out of jail after he

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