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outside. and it's only going to get worse overnight. weather expert tom wachs joins us now with the latest. windy and cold tonight with lows dropping into the mid to upper teens. wind chills will stay in the single digits. a few flurries possible thursday otherwise mostly cloudy, windy and cold again. highs will reach into the 5-15. the cold will last through saturday then we look towards another chance for accumulating snow. behind the snow we see even colder air move into southeast wisconsin - temperatures will only warm into the teens. tonight: windy and cold. low: 18 wind: w 10-20 mph thursday: mostly cloudy, windy and cold with a few flurries. high: 26 wind: nw 15-25 mph friday: partly sunny and cold. am low: 19 high: 22
download the fox6 storm center app. it's free and available for apple and android devices. and you'll have instant access to the interactive radar and fox6 weather forecast. now to our big story: killing in the name of love. that was the plan, anyway. girlfriend now behind bars-- accused of plotting to kill six people. fox 6's brittany shannon tells us how school officials in burlington found out before it was too late. a racine county middle school kill list uncovered. a criminal complaint stating 15-year-old jasminne piechocki and her boyfriend 14-year-old darryl roeschen made a kill list. they are students at karcher
where the complaint states the girl's mother saw a facebook conversation between her daughter and roeschen. in it, darryl asks, do you want me to kill them all? jasminne respons yes. darryl: need a list court documents show-- piechocki proceeds to send a list of six names. one of them being her father. mother told school officials who then talked to the students who admitted to having a physical relationship. piechocki also admitting to having a "dark mind" thinking about people being slaughtered, eaten, tortured and even stabbed. the boyfriend told school officials he thought it was all a joke and he played along to please his girlfriend. school administrators found a pair of scissors in the boyfriends backpack on tuesday. the complaint says he admitted to stealing them from a teacher with the intent to harm himself--but never
adults-- both teenagers are being held in the racine juvenile detention facility. in burlington, bs fox6 news. one person is in custody tonight-- accused of threatening the wauwatosa police department. but police say... f made sincey. that's when it was announced that no charges will be filed against the officer who shot and killed jay anderson. wauwatosa police say they're keeping all their of iche investigation understand this is a dangerous profession, our officers remain vigilant when we're both f uty and we are keeping them appr e information we're receiving." the district attorney's office will review the thr es. a history of neglect: a woman accused of child neglect that resulted in the death of a 7 year old boy... was convicted of
has an exclusive interview with a victims family member. at a vigil held near 19-th and national, members of the group 'guardians of the children' - an advocacy group for child abuse victims - try to process a terrible crime. 7 year old trevion winningham died last week. lk 'how could a grown adult do this to a child?' investigators say the child and his nine yr watched by etter hughes and mary martinez. the boys both had wounds on their bodies... and appeared malnourished. trevion later died at the hospital. aa 'i dont even like to call them human beings.' its a death april alston says.... aa 'he was just thrown around like a beanbag.' ...could have been prevented. alson is the grandmother of one year old bryan alston. aa 'shes on the news, a baby is dead, and its my grandson!' the child was left in hughes care back in 2003.... his young life... cut tragically short: aa 'final cause of death: sepsis, gangrene of left harm, complications of blunt force injuries,
of cl and was sentenced to 18 months in prison. in alstons opinion... aa 'our court system period is failing miserably.' ...the courts went east on hughes. aa 'this is an area for me that... i cant forgive.' in this most recent coher, cande winningham, tells us the 9 year oldl in the hospital but is improving h charges. reporting live in the newsroom, bl, fox6 news. the man police say is responsible for a caledonia father and his daughter has waived his preliminary hearing. 25-year-old levi row-nan ohseveral onies.prosecutors say he was drunk when he rear-ended kevin dalley's vehicle in caledonia. dalley and his 9-year-old daughter were both killed. another child was also injured
teacher will spend the next 2 years in prison. prosecutors say 29-year-old sara domres had a sexual relationship with a 16-year-old student she met in her english class. hundreds of incriminating text messages were found on her phone. today she told the court she's already suffered for what she called a mistake. but the judge says it's much more than that. "i was humiliated and crucified by the public. i received... i received hundreds of messages from strangers calling me vulgar names or telling me to go hang myself f domres will also have to register as a sex offender . more than 400 missing ballots turn up seven days into the wisconsin recount -- and the greenfield city clerk doesn't want to talk about it. political reporter theo keith was in the milwaukee county recount room as this all happened-- theo ?
the clerk gave to me in a moment. the election commission quit tonight, planning to come back in the morning to sort this out. greenfields numbers werent matching up today. so the clerk, jennifer goergen, called her office workers and told them, look for misplaced ballots. they found 412 of them in the office. they brought them here and spent three plus hours trying to get the numbers to commission wasnt happy. im not talking about some detailed plan, but a plan, because its vital that this never happens again whats the explanation for what happened tonight? ill just say, the board of canvass will rule tomorrow and id like it to be made public at that point. like i said, there
but were just not bagged and brought here. and the numbers all matched for the most part :17 well know more once the board rules tomorrow :20 what do you think about what the chairwoman said... :25 goergen did not want to answer that question. she does think she got most of the ballots matched up. the commission will have to decide tomorrow whether to accept them all. the rest of the day was good here. its work - three days ahead of schedule. live, theo keith, fox6 news. new at ten-- one of milwaukee's newest breweries apologizing tonight-- after a name of a proposed beer sparks outrage. the beer--- "date grape" was submitted for an online competition... and made it on the companies website.
at mobcraft beer in walker's point--- you decide what is brewed here. each month we take idea submissions from anywhere across the us for a beer that people would want us to brew. a monthly competition, allows users to submit ideas, and share them with friends. the top 8 go into our monthly vote. a process president henry schwartz says was done automatically using computer algorthyms with no human intervention, now coming with a big apology. crap this is horrible. this is a name that can not be in our monthly voting round. making the top 8 in this month's competition--- a submission from a man in colorado--- called "date grape". the pun on "date rape" and alcohol going viral online. many expressing outrage. shook my head, like here we go again. maryann clesceri is the head of the nearby at aurora healthcare's "the healing center." they provide free resources for sexual assault victims. she says the beer idea
minimized and what happened to them isnt important. mob craft has deleted the submission, changed their process to include human editorial checks and balances, promises offensive submissions won't make their website again. id love to say im one embarrassed and two very sorry that any offensive beer name came up on our website. he seems really sincere in his outreach that he absolutely feels this is never ok. an apology accepted by advocates after a sobering mistake. a fundraiser on saturday, and donate some proceeds of every beer sold to help sexual assault victims. the healing center says they have been contacted about accepting a donation and plan on attending. guys. on your wedding day you want everything to be perfect. but what happens when one of your vendors doesn't show up? a d-j left this local bride high-and-dry. contact 6 tracked him down. and tonight our jenna sachs
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break anyone who has planned a wedding knows the time, money and effort it takes! there's a reason they call it your big day. but what happens when someone you hired ... doesn't even show up? it happened to one allenton bride.. and as contact six's jenna sachs reports ... she wants save other brides the drama.
dairy farmers lisa and paul mueller took the bull by the horns ... and tied the knot. their first test as a married couple ... came at the reception here at the chandelier ballroom in hartford. the coordinator here said, what time was your dj supposed to be here? and i said well "five," and it was probably 5:40 at that time. she goes well, he's not here and the website shows his business is closed. lisa's d-j ... was supposed to be eric ciepluch of d-j's couture. she booked him seven months earlier ... paying in full ... 975 dollars. it was pretty stressful a remember that kind of on a sour note. when lisa's dj didn't show up, it was a shock to her bridesmaids. especially one who had booked the same dj for her wedding in april. so he not only did show up for you but now, what do i do? hannah gutschenritter and her fiance ... paid ciepluch nearly 14-hundred dollars ... for their wedding in april. that makes me mad. he's such a liar. like, i didn't give it to him to spend money for other things, i gave it to him to bring his equipment to entertain my guests. hannah signed her contact with dj's couture ...
the b- b-b his business was closed. the first initial conversation should have been, i'm sorry, i'm not in business anymore. the dj's job ... is to bring life to a wedding. some say ... it's one couple makes. unfortunately something like this is a black eye to our industry. rich henry of vital image wedding studio ... has been offering discounts to couples ... jilted by dj's couture. we've received over two dozen people who have contacted us. in an email to contact six ... ciepluch said "we are doing our best to come up with a plan to
revenue coming in, the funds simply aren't there immediately." when i asked him where the brides' payments went ... he said "they've all been used up trying to keep the business afloat as long as we could." i think that he played the system to his benefit and unfortunately, i hate to be the one to say it, i don't think any of those couples is going to get their money back. ciepluch has since moved to texas. the better business bureau ... says ciepluch has promised wisconsin brides refunds ... by may 2017. since july, we've received 6 complaints against this do with people paying cash up front and not receiving any services whatsoever. thankfully - for lisa and paul dj's couture ... didn't ruin their big day. a guest called in another d-j .... in time for the first dance. luckily we were able to fix it no problems but i could have fallen totally apart. we could have had a lot worse of a night. ciepluch ignored my requests for an interview ... and only responded to some
when i asked him about taking hannah's money after telling the b- b-b he'd closed ... he said "we had prematurely gone out of business, later tried to keep it open, only to finally fold up in late august. refunds will be given." ciepluch did email some brides to tell them he was closing ... but hannah and lisa say they never got that email. any advice for brides? never pay in full up front. a lot of these brides did .. because ciepluch offered a big discount to do so. also, make sure the company has a st business bureau rating. and check reviews. interestingly, ciepluch had a lot of good views until the months before he closed. windy and cold tonight with lows dropping into the mid to upper
single digits. a few flurries possible thursday otherwise mostly cloudy, windy and cold again. highs will reach into the middle 20s with wind chills from 5-15. the cold will last through saturday then we look towards another chance for accumulating so colder air move into southeast wisconsin - temperatures will only warm into the teens. tonight: windy and cold. low:
cold. am low: 16 high: 21 wind: w 5-15 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy and cold. am low: 12 high: 18 wind: w 5-15 mph windy and cold tonight with lows dropping into the mid to upper teens. wind chills will stay in the single digits. a few flurries possible thursday otherwise mostly cloudy, windy and cold again. highs will reach into the middle 20s with wind chills from 5-15. the cold will last through saturday then we look towards another chance for accumulating snow. behind the snow we see even colder air move into southeast wisconsin - temperatures will onl the teens. tonight: windy and cold. low: 18 wind: w 10-20 mph thursday: mostly cloudy, windy and cold with a few flurries. high: 26 wind: nw 15-25 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. am low: 22 high: 31 wind: nw 5-10 mph monday: mostly cloudy and cold. am low: 16 high: 21 wind: w 5-15 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy and cold. am low: 12
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break we all know by now that the injuries this season have hurt the packers at multiple positions. one, in particular, will see the effects sunday against the seahawks. tim van vooren with more on that tonight from lambeau field. "there are a lot of side-backers at practice wednesday as in linebackers off to the side because of injury. jake ryan, kyler fackrell, clay matthews, julius peppers sits out as well and then there's nick perry who reportedly has to undergo surgery after breaking bones in multiple terriable for nick. he's having a great season. clearly his best season and he's had a setback." "i mean there's a couple guys who are banged up and um, but that's nfl football, december football and guys that might not have played a lot before are playing a lot now." "i don't nothing different. one thing coach mo always tell us is prepare like you're a
been trying to do every week and trying to enhance my role on special teams as well as playing defense." "whoever is healthy enough to chase around after russell wilson on sunday will be challenged. julius peppers hopes to add to his numbers of 142 and a half career sacks. that's fifth all-time in the league. tops for active players. in green bay, tim van vooren, fox six sports." on fox 6 at 3:25. then we'll have complete post game coverage with reaction from the locker room and a live visit from mike daniels. like every sunday night, we'll cap it off with the fox 6 sports blitz at 10:35. we knew this week would be a one where we found out how good the bucks really are at this point. after a difficult one point loss on monday, they were back at it against a strong blazers team tonight at the
bucks start to close the gap in the 3rd and it starts ont he defensive end with john henson getting one of his 2 blocks in the period. then they start draining 3's as tony snell gives the bucks the lead with the triple from the top. it's delly's turn as matthew dellavadova drills a 3 of his own giving the bucks the lead against at 72-70. jabari parker also comes up big, late in the 3rd he gets the offensive rebound, goes up and gets the lay up and the foul as they take a 9 point lead into the 4th quarter. in the final minutes, parke p touches on this one, driving the lane and slamming the door on the blazers. he finishes with 27 while giannis antetokounmpo has a triple double and the bucks win 115-107. at the kohl center tonight, the badgers hosting the idaho state bengals. and this was all badgers as they were looking for their 4th straight win. zak showalter finding ethan happ who finishes with the jam, 12-3 badgers. a little later, it's nigel hays finding happ inside for another dunk. and the badgers coast to a 78-44 win. up next, marquette on
after establishing himself as the brewers closer late last season, tyler thornburg was sent to the red sox in a trade yesterday. that's part of the rebuilding process the organization is going through and it's something criag counsell understands. " he's a good player. so you don't like trading good players, but we feel like we got good players back. we filled the hole at third base and now we certainly have some holes in the bullpen. got another very good prospect, two good prospects that we like. it was kind of fill a hole -- we created a hole, filled a hole and got prospects. that's how we kinda see it."
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finally tonight-- a big thank u our coats for kids collection. tom wachs spent the evening at the steinhafels in waukesha-- looks like you guys had a great turnout! all of the coats will help milwaukee-area kids stay warm this winter. we can't thank you enough for helping out! wakeup starts at 4:30! breaking
you sure you can't stay longer? no. we just came up for the funeral. poor marvin kessler. he went too early. he was 96 years old. that had nothing to do with it. the man was out of shape. that's why we joined a program. we walk once around the block 3 times a week. and every morning, i eat a plum. whatever you're doing, you're wearing me out. what about you? yeah. looks like you're getting a little spare tire there. really? hey, seinfelds! hey, mr. kramer! how long you staying? we just came to town for a funeral. oh, yeah, yeah, i heard. yeah, marvin kessler. boy, that makes you think. if he could go... see you downstairs in the car. sure you don't need a hand with that? no, no. the luggage is on the program. i got a brick in here.