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now at eleven... you're not going to want to forget the scarf, hat and gloves today. it's i let's get out to stephanie barichello for more on the frigid temps. a mix of clouds and sunshine this afternoon with chilly, blustery conditions. temperatures will reach into the upper 20s with wind chills in the teens. overnight lows with drop into the teens with wind chills in the single digits. another mostly cloudy and blustery day in store thursday with a few flurries. our next chance for accumulating snow arrives this weekend but
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today: partly sunny, breezy and cold. high: 28 wind: w 10-20 mph tonight: mostly cloudy, breezy and cold. wind chills in the single digits. low: 19 wind: w 5-15 mph church catches fire...leaving the sanctuary seriously damaged
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morning at 12th and brown. our deandra corinthios is has more on the investigation. this happened at all saints fellowship christian church... there were no injuries....but part of the roof is gone. when our crew arrived on scene firefighters were on top of the building ....hosing down the roof. mfd responded to all saints fellowship christian church some time after one a-m.... fire officials say it appears the blaze started inside the building...but the it's unclear how this will impact the church's bible study scheduled for tomorrow night...or services on sunday. fire officials estimate damage to the church is about 100 thousand dollars reporting in milwaukee dc fox6 news a man hit by a car overnight is in very critical condition. milwaukee police say the 61-year-old walked into the street near hampton and appleton...and then was hit by a passing car. the driver
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taken to the hospital..and we're told he has several serious injuries. police continue to investigate. in west allis, police are investigating a hit and run crash. we're told a woman was hit near 70th and national last night...and the vehicle sped off. no word on the condition of the victim...or a description of the suspect's vehicle at this time. happening now - cudahy police are looking for a man wanted for child enticement. he was last seen yesterday afternoon on edgerton and swift avenue. police s year-old girl in his car three times while she was walking home. and he made sexual comments. he's was last seen wearing a baseball hat and driving a blue or gray 4-door sedan. if you know anything, call cudahy police. police are looking for a man wanted for taking cash from the jimmy john's on marquette's campus. officials say this person entered the "jimmy johns" on 16th and wells monday night....implying he had a weapon and demanding money from the cashier. the suspect then takes the money
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also tried to rob the nearby "real chili." the cashier at "real chili" refused to hand over any money and the suspect left. if you recognize this person, you are asked to contact police. the racine man accused of driving drunk and causing a crash that killed two people waived his preliminary hearing this morning. 25-year-old levi ruohonen faces several felony charges in the case.he was allegedly drunk when he got behind the wheel. prosecutors say he rear-ended kevin dalley's vehicle in caledonia. dalley and his 9-year-old his 6-year-old daughter was also injured in the crash. wauwatosa police officers receiving threatening messages.... this after monday's announcement that there would be no charges against an officer who fatally shot another man. fox6's myra sanchick has the story. the documents from the milwaukee police investigation are 180 pages. they describe the day of june 23d shortly after three am when officer joseph mensah, a black officer
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was on routine patrol. documents say mensah went to check madison park after closing. that check would be anything but routine. this squad video released monday shows officer mensah firing his gun six times. we've stopped the video before impact. five bullets would hit jay anderson. in an interview with milwaukee police homicide detectives who would be called to investigate page 35 mensah said he approached the nissan in the park. "he observed he anderson was breathnig fast as if nervous or was faking being asleep"he tapped the window, driver woke up and closed his eyes and leaned back in the seat again. ...mensah said "wake up. gotta talk to you"mensah "observed a black and silver semi automatic handgun...on the front seat. mensah told investigators he told anderson, i see the gun. don't reach for it. however mensah says anderson reached for it. officer mensah
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anderson's father is planning to hold a news conference tomorrow to react to some of the things being said about the day his son was killed. in the newsroom myra sanchick fox6 news fox6 has covered this case extensively. to read our past stories or to watch the entire dash camera video of the officer-involved shooting -- visit fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app. three arrests have been made in connection with a fox lake woman's death. 36-year-old laverne ware junr corpse. his mother and her boyfriend are accused of aiding a felon. the dodge county sheriff's office says the victim is ware junior's girlfriend. according to court documents she was found dead in ware junior's pick up truck and there was a lot of blood in his garage. family members described their relationship as "volatile". attorneys for brendan dassey have filed new court documents. it's the latest step in their attempts to get him freed from prison. dassey was convicted of helping his uncle steven avery kill teresa
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out that conviction -- saying dassey was coerced into confessing. but the state appealed that decision to the 7th circuit court of appeals. the new briefing outlines dassey's case. the state will respond in 2 weeks. waukesha county has hit a milestone in the presidential recount. kn 'weve actually started the city of waukesha!' the county is now processing votes cast in the city of waukesha - thats the largest city in the county with the biggest concentration of votes. th for one big reason: a high speed ballot-counting machine arrived on monday. it can count 5-thousand ballots per hour. waukesha county will begin shorter recount hours starting tonight-- instead of processing votes from 9 a-m until midnight, they will stop at 10 tonight. meanwhile just a day after the recount started in michigan-- it may be over. a federal judge in detroit has called for a hearing today to decide whether the recount in the state should continue. a court of appeals ruled
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presidential votes was unlawful, because it was requested by green party candidate jill stein. the court said stein is not "an aggrieved candidate", and with just one percent of michigan's vote ... she has no chance of winning. stein says her aim was to validate the integrity of the process and she will keep fighting. new information about the warehouse fire that killed 36 people in oakland... what may have caused the blaze. and a six-point-four magnitude earthquake hits indonesia this morning... the damager it left behind. plus... now donald trump has another title ... as he continues to build his administration. 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 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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this morning, president-elect trump tacking on another title a month ago. meanwhile, he thanked voters in north carolina for throwing their support behind him. fox's joel waldman, has more from washington. trump says: "we will rebuild our military and alliances and defeat terrorism." in fayetteville, north carolina, not far from fort bragg, president-elect trump continuing his "thank you tour" ... while officially introducing general james "mad dog" mattis as his pick for secretary of defense... but, the retired marine, who has not been off active duty long
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serve, a process republican lawmakers have already begun... mattis says: i look forward to being the civilian leader so long as the congress gives me the waiver and the senate votes to content." ryan says: "you know, barring any crazy statements that he may make or something like that. but i'll vote for the waiver, and i'll support him." the president-elect is announcing iowa governor terry branstad as u-s ambassador to china ... the longet history also happens to be a close friend of the chinese president ... but, intrigue over another job opening --- secretary of state --- continues to grow --- with mitt romney's name being bandied about again --- an announcement expected some time next week. stirewalt says: "what does trump want his focus to be on foreign policy we will know a lot on that based on what he picks." and, another big achievement for the president-elect ... named time magazine's person of the year...calling it an honor, despite the title ... "donald trump: president of the divided
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"tomorrow, mr. trump heads to the ohio state state university where he plans to meet with victims of the recent attack there, which left 11 injured. in washington, joel waldman, fox news." looking across america... recovery efforts have now ended at the warehouse that caught fire in oakland, california. the bureau of alcohol, tobacco, firearms and explosives says it is looking at the possibility that a refrigerator was the source of the fire that killed 36 people. officials st early to say for sure the appliance started the blaze...but say it was a potential source of ignition. the fire happened last weekend, during an electronic music party at the warehouse. the flames came as a dance party was taking place on the second floor...which partially collapsed. "reports are that they are causing fuses to blow because the refrigerator kept on shorting out. and they're looking into could that possibly be one of the origins. and one of the people that escaped the fire indicated
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the city of oakland says it is conducting its own investigation into why inspectors did not shut the facility down....even though there had been multiple complaints. the charleston church massacre trial is expected to start today. 22-year-old dylann roof is accused of killing nine people at an african-american church in south carolina last year. the judge denied roof's last minute request for a delay because of a mistrial in another case. death penalty. roof also faces nine counts of murder and other charges in the state court system. that case is scheduled to start in january. around the world now... at least 97 people are dead and hundreds of other are injured following an earthquake in indonesia. the six-point-four magnitude quake struck early this morning. officials say the quake is not expected to trigger a tsunami.... but, the tremor did cause extensive damage to some areas ...destroying more than 40 buildings. crews continue to search for
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have been recovered after a passenger jet crashes shortly after takeoff... the pakistan international airlines plane had a total of 48 passengers on board the flight to islamabad. officials say the plane crashed in a village just 45 miles from its destination. the airline confirming in a statement the control tower lost contact with the flight shortly after take off. officials say it is unlikely there will be any survivors. the fight to re-take mosul rages on despite a setback in the battle to defeat advance deeper into mosul---isis militants launch an overnight attack in the southeastern part of the city. residents are seen fleeing the war torn area today ---some waving white cloths as they seek safety. the iraqi military says it's troops came under heavy attack from isis militants after taking over a hospital in a nearby neighborhood. toss to weather. a mix of clouds and sunshine
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blustery conditions. temperatures will reach into the upper 20s with wind chills in the teens. overnight lows with drop into the teens with wind chills in the single digits. another mostly cloudy and blustery day in store thursday with a few flurries. our next chance for accumulating snow arrives this weekend but it's too early to today: partly sunny, breezy and cold. high: 28 wind: w 10-20 mph tonight: mostly cloudy, breezy and cold. wind chills in the single digits. low: 19 wind: w 5-15 mph thursday: mostly cloudy, windy and
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wind: nw 10-20 mph friday: partly sunny and cold. am low: 19 high: 22 wind: nw 5-15 mph saturday: mostly cloudy with the chance for snow showers. am low: 13 high: 25 wind: sw 5-10 mph sunday: cloudy with snow showers likely. monday: mostly cloudy and cold. am low: 17 high: 22 wind: w 5-10 mph a mix of clouds and sunshine this afternoon with chilly, blustery conditions. temperatures will reach into the upper 20s with wind chills in the teens.
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the single digits. another mostly cloudy and blustery day in store thursday with a few flurries. our next chance for accumulating snow arrives this weekend but it's too early to talk about numbers. stay tuned. today: partly sunny, breezy and cold. high: 28 w tonight: mostly cloudy, breezy and cold. wind chills in the single digits. low: 19 wind: w 5-15 mph thursday: mostly cloudy, windy and cold with a few flurries. high: 26 wind: nw 10-20 mph friday: partly sunny and cold. am low: 19 high: 22
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chance for snow showers. am low: 13 high: 25 wind: sw 5-10 mph sunday: cloudy with snow showers likely. am low: 22 high: 31 wind: w 5-15 mph monday: mostly cloudy and cold. am low: 17 high: 22 wind: w 5-10 mph a downtown development on the milwaukee river sells and bmo harris is planning to make an announcement about a new office building. sean ryan joins us live from the milwaukee business journal headquarters-- let's start with -- the bmo harris announcement coming tomorrow. 1. what could bmo harris announce? 2. how long has the
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considering its options? on sale of east wells street property: 1. what was the earlier plan for the development site? 2. what do the new owners plan for the
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fox6 wakeup at 4:30-- count on us for breaking news, weather and traffic updates until 9am. u.s. open inspired gift ideas for the golfer on your holiday wish list. plus a holiday meal with a kick! an easy espresso crusted beef recipe you can serve your guests. that's tomorrow on fox six wakeup! this is your last chance to go through your closet and donate any used coats. join fox6 tonight for a special collection from 5 to 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. the milwaukee rep's performance of 'a christmas carol' has become a staple during the holidays. but it's received a major facelift this year. our carl deffenbaugh has
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the milwaukee rep's production of a christmas carol. the rep has been putting on a christmas carol for more than forty years. this year they are debuting a brand new adaptation of the classic play as well as the largest set the rep has ever built. the show runs
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big stories at 1130. county leaders launching an investigation into the medical services provided to inmates at the milwaukee county jail... what the board of supervisors is calling for... new numbers show milwaukee is on track for its deadliest year ever for opioid deaths... the campaign hoping to is take action. a mix of clouds and sunshine this afternoon with chilly, blustery conditions. temperatures will reach into the upper 20s with wind chills in the teens. in the teens. now at 11-30... if you're going outside today, you'll
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to stephanie barichello for more on how cold it's going to be today. a mix of clouds and sunshine this afternoon with chilly, blustery conditions. temperatures will reach into the upper 20s with wind chills in the teens. overnight lows with drop into the teens with wind chills in the single digits. another mostly cloudy and blustery day in store thursday with a few flurries. our next chance for accumulating snow arrives this weekend but it's too early to talk about numbers. stay tuned. today: partly sunny, breezy and cold. high: 28 wind: w 10-20 mph tonight: mostly chills in the single digits. low: 19
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to a church fire overnight the blaze took out part of the roof. our deandra corinthios has more from milwaukee police district three. investigators are s fire at all saints fellowship christian church... fire officials tell us they think the fire started somewhere inside. firefighters were called to the church at 12th and brown around 1 a-m it was a one alarm fire. they spent a lot of their time on the roof of the structure..hosing it down. no one was injured. officials estimate about 100 thousand dollars worth of damage to the building according to the church's facebook page..they have bible study scheduled
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milwaukee dc fox6 news a man hit by a car overnight is in very critical condition. milwaukee police say the 61-year-old walked into the street near hampton and appleton...and then was hit by a passing car. the driver stayed on scene. the man was taken to the hospital..and we're told he has several serious injuries. police continue to investigate. investigating a hit and run crash. we're told a woman was hit near 70th and national last night...and the vehicle sped off. no word on the condition of the victim...or a description of the suspect's vehicle at this time. happening now - cudahy police are looking for a man wanted for child enticement. he was last seen yesterday afternoon on edgerton and swift avenue. police say he approached a 13- year-old girl in his car three times while she was walking home. and he made sexual comments.
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or gray 4-door sedan. if you know anything, call cudahy police. wauwatosa's police department... now receiving death threats after the milwaukee county district attorney decided not to charge the officer who fatally shot jay anderson. meanwhile, we're getting a look at the 180 pages of documents from the milwaukee police investigation. they describe the day of june 23d shortly after three a-m when joseph mensah, a black officer with the wauwatosa pol on routine patrol. he says he saw a car parked in madison park. since the park was closed, he went to investigate. this squad video shows officer mensah firing his gun six times into the car....five bullets hitting jay anderson. in an interview with homicide detectives who were called to investigate, mensah said he approached the car in the park. "he observed the driver was breathing fast as if nervous or scared. mensah also says he "felt the driver was faking being asleep." the officer then says anderson
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seat and that's when officer mensah fired, killing anderson. a gun with jay anderson's dna was found at the scene. in the wake of four deaths within six months inside the milwaukee county jail... county leaders are launching an investigation into the medical services provided to inmates. the board of supervisors chairman has called for an audit of the contract the county has with a private company called "armor" -- which provides medical services at the jail and the house of corrections. the chairman is also questioning how milwaukee county sheri has been running the facility. theres the management of the facility. how does that interact with medical professionals and medical care in ensuring other people have adequate access to those professionals. last week... supervisor supreme moore omokunde called for clarke to resign. clarke said in response... he's upset "i got donald j trump elected potus." lipscomb says it's not his place to tell the sheriff what to do... but he
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operations of the jail. fox6 asked the sheriff for comment last week on the audit... he referred us to his previous statement. harsh words for governor walker in madison about road projects that are facing major delays--and those criticisms aren't coming from democrats. political reporter theo keith has more on what happened at the hearing. at the capitol, governor walker's d-o-t secretary answered question after question. but he got fellow republican questioned out-of- state travel. a lemon law conference in san diego, which i guess is a nice place to visit but i dont know why we need to do that secretary mark gottlieb says out-of-state trips costs the state about 250-thousand dollars a year and his staff learns a lot. i dont know if your constituents would rather have their bridges designed by bridge engineers or legislators... i guess thats a question you can ask them too no dollar amount avoids scrutiny with a billion-dollar shortfall.
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in southeast wisconsin to deal with it. walker opposes new taxes or fees to pay for roads. putting him at odds with assembly republicans. the budget includes enough money to keep the zoo interchange on track. but tuesday, gottlieb revealed that, at current funding levels.... it will take 70 years to finish six other planned mega-projects. those six include most of the interstates in the metro area. the governors made a determination that this is not the right time to raise taxes and fees on wisconsina businesses. i think what the assembly is asking, when will the right time be to have the conversation? this was just an informal hearing. lawmakers wont get to work on the budget until early next year. at the capitol, theo keith, fox6 news. new numbers show milwaukee county is on pace for its deadliest year ever for opioid deaths. three different billboards went up in the area--with messages
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misuse, and heroin and fentanyl abuse. one billboard shows the number of milwaukee county overdoses so far this year. another encourages parents to discuss drugs with their children. a third offers a hotline for those seeking help. it'll inform residents how to make a difference, in their own communities, and, most importantly, it has the capacity to save lives. the idea is to inspire southeastern wisconsin to create conversations around the opioid epidemic, and to take action. extensively on the abuse of prescription drugs -- as well as the heroin crisis. visit fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app -- and click the "dose of reality" tab. read about programs helping people break the cycle of addiction -- and view a fox6 news special on the crisis. a family dog goes missing in a likely coyote attack in milwaukee. one expert warns all pet owners should be careful this time of year. 6-year-old chico went missing after he was let outside early tuesday
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milwaukee. his owner says he heard a noise, and then couldn't find his dog. one wildlife expert says this is the time of year coyotes become more aggressive. the animals are about to mate, and defend their turf this time of year. it;s going to be three months of watch your dog, they are going to be much more aggressive. coyotes are out here running around. you never think it would happen to you. but it happened to me this morning. the family is holding out hope their pet survived. they say they will continue to search. spare tire.... a look at the other options you'll find in some trunks...and their drawbacks...in a contact 6 report. plus the fall finale of empire is almost here...and things are heating up... some plot twists viewers can
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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 hereto help you and your family because you matter." have you looked around the trunk of your car lately? more and more vehicles don't have spare
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and some others install so-called run-flat tires. but be careful. contact 6's jenna sachs explains how those specialty tires work and shows you the drawbacks. gloria strunin recently leased a new car that has no spare tire. she drives long distances by herself to see her family and was alarmed to learn shed have to depend solely on her run flat tires in case of a puncture. shes worried about their 50 mile range. 'it was a big concern of mine an to this day.' consumer reports tire expert gene petersen says run flat tires have thicker sidewalls than traditional tires. most manufacturers say they will support the car at speeds up to 50 miles an hour for a distance of at least 50 miles after most flats. but he has a caution. "theyre not going to work for everything, so if you do have a ripped sidewall, if you do have a large hole in the tire, obviously you may not be able to drive on it." run-flat tires are also more
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as much as 300 dollars each. there are also fewer models available, and might have to be special- ordered. why are so many car makers ditching the spare for run-flat tires? "so manufacturers are eliminating the spare to lighten up the load in the car to help improve fuel efficiency, ok. in the case of run-flat tires though it may also be because they dont have room in the car for a spare tire." still if you puncture, with run flat tires youll be able to continue on your way and wont be wrestling with a jack and a spare late at night or in an isolated area. if you are buying a new car that doesnt come with a spare and you want one, ask. sometimes dealers can sell you a traditional spare-tire kit. but make sure it is designed for your trunk and fits securely. i'm jenna sachs - contact 6.
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this afternoon with chilly, blustery conditions. temperatures will reach into the upper 20s with wind chills in the teens. overnight lows with drop into the teens digits. another mostly cloudy and blustery day in store thursday with a few flurries. our next chance for accumulating snow arrives this weekend but it's too early to talk about numbers. stay tuned. today: partly sunny, breezy
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cold. high: 28 wind: w 10-20 mph tonight: mostly cloudy, breezy and cold. wind chills in the single digits. low: 19 wind: w 5-15 mph thursday: mostly cloudy, windy and 26 wind: nw 10-20 mph friday: partly sunny and cold. am low: 19 high: 22 wind: nw 5-15 mph saturday: mostly cloudy with the
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high: 25 wind: sw 5-10 mph sunday: cloudy with snow showers likely. am low: 22 high: 31 wind: w 5-15 mph monday: mostly cloudy and high: 22 wind: w 5-10 mph a mix of clouds and sunshine this afternoon with chilly, blustery conditions. temperatures will reach into the upper 20s with wind chills in the teens. overnight lows with drop into the teens with wind chills in the single digits. another mostly cloudy and blustery day in store thursday with a few flurries. our next chance for
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talk about numbers. stay tuned. today: partly sunny, breezy and cold. high: 28 wind: w 10-20 mph tonight: mostly cloudy, breezy and cold. wind chills in the single digits. low: 19 wind: w 5-15 mph thursday: mostly cloudy, windy and cold with a few flurries. high: 26 wind: nw 10-20 mph friday: partly nny and cold. am low1gh: 22 win low: 13 high: 25 wind: sw 5-10 mph sunday: cloudy with snow showers likely. am low: 22 high: 31 wind: w 5-15 mph monday: mostly cloudy and ld. am low: 17g nd: w 5-10 mph e fall finale of fox's hit show "empire" is coming --- and ere sure to blot of drama. fox'f is year's biggest plot twists. snd full: "what do i want, i want this" with only one episode remaining before the fall finale, things are really heating up on 'empire' devor or lyons get the hell out" taraji p henson gave us a small hint about what's next for cookie lyon and her boyfriend played by taye diggs---as he continues to run for mayor. henson says: "what happens next week? well let's see. um...she's trying to pretend to like this... looks into camera did i say that?! politician."snd full: "mother this is cookie, cookie this is diane" audiences do know this politician has one tough mom...
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surreal to play her son... snd full: "darling it's been too long" diggs says: "it's so surreal. um...cause when i was younger i kind of had a crush on her, but now she's my mother and she's still beautiful, it's weird." taye is as captivated by the series as the viewers are... diggs says: "this show just continues to uh...to impress me, so uh...yeah i think that audiences should be prepared to be surprised and uh co think they will continue to be impressed." snd full: "we are a twisted tree but i wouldn't trade one day." as for who else may be joining them on their musical journey -- show creator lee daniels has one big name on his wish list. daniel says: "well diana ross would doesn't want to...i am trying to get diana ross on the show. i want...i want diana ross to come on the show. looks into the camera, dramatically says diana!"snd full: "everyone's got a weakness" in the meantime find the final two episodes of this chapter of their story december 7th and 14th on fox. in hollywood, michelle pollino, fox
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tonight right here on fox six. the show starts at eight. disney is helping start up tech companies... janet, i'm giving you an extra week's vacation! oh, ah... nooo. what? no way. who says no to more? time warner cable's all about giving you more. like the most free hd channels and virtually unlimited movies and shows on demand, so you can binge all day. and don't forget the free tv app. switch to get ultra-fast internet with secure home wifi to connect all your devices. call now. for $89.99 a month you'll get free hd channels, 30 meg internet and unlimited calling.
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we're person to person. every year disney picks a group of startups to mentor... to help them get their new ideas into the marketplace. in todays tech report, rich demuro takes a look at some of this years lucky companies. for a tech startup...getting accepted into the disney
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three month of mentorship from leaders at pixar, marvel and more. today im talking to some of those comapnies to see what their products are all about. disneys accelerator program can be a big boost to these high tech startups... you get one of the biggest companies in the world - with all of their knowledge... to help you master the marketplace. nats... only a handful of companies make the cut... littlebits is one of them. they make small electronic 3;00;48/its wifi, its bluetooth, its light sensors, its all sorts of things that you use every day but its made easy. what you create is up to your imagination. 2;59;42/weve seen kids make machines so they can sort their socks, weve seen kids create backpacks that have all led displays nats... robot talking move over westworld... hanson robotics is creating lifelike robots you can interact with. 3;05;31/we see this as a kind of intelligent animation that can interact with you and really come to life
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speak with the robots and have an open conversation with you and learn some things from your conversation a startup called pley - thats pley - wants to be the netflix of toys. 3;01;55/we as parents spend way too much on toys and those toys are used for a very short period of time their subscription service has hundreds of toys to choose from. add them to a queue, and your kids will always have something new to play with... 3;03;07/we can get your kids the right toys that they want and also give you as skill development of your child. plans start at 13 dollars a month, send back toys when your kids are done playing... and more are on their way. 3;04;07/almost any toy that the kids will want and go into the store and buy we have it on pley dot com we caught these companies on demo day... where they present their businesses to a group of investors... after spending three months of mentorship with disney. congrats to them and for more information, go to rich on tech
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11. th little brighter. the 20-16 capitol christmas tree was lit by house speaker paul ryan last night. this year's national tree is from idaho's pay-ett payette national forest.traditionally, the ceremony includes a child from the state providing the tree. fifth grader-- isabella gerad from boise - helped ryan bring the tree to
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>> judge judy: what was the defendant doing with your car? >> i asked her specifically to hold onto it and leave it parked. >> announcer: exes play the blame game. >> judge judy: so you rear-ended another car. >> yes. >> judge judy: your fault. >> yes. >> announcer: but there's enough blame to go around. >> judge judy: the car was towed, and it was towed because why? >> the registration expired. >> judge judy: and whose fault was that? >> my fa >> judge judy: so why are we here? >> 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 james kiser is suing his former friend, tami rosales, for totaling his s.u.v. while he was in prison.
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