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overnight... two people-- found shot to death in bed. and two children-- found hiding in the room. what police are saying about the murder investigati lk 'how could a grown adult do this to a child?' also this morning... the community coming together to remember a 7-year-old boy who died last week. why one woman says his death could have been prevented. good morning and thanks for starting your day with wakeup. lets go straight to our fox6 weather expert stephanie barichello in the weather office. blustery and chilly this morning
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digits. expect flurries and some light snow showers throughout the day. high temperatures will reach into the middle and upper 20s with wind chills in the teens. overnight lows drop into the teens to right around 20. filtered afternoon sun expected friday as a high pressure passes to our south then snow showers move in saturday evening and continue sunday. behind the snow we see even colder air move into southeast wisconsin. highs will only reach into the teens with lows in the single digits. today: scattered flurries/light snow showers. windy and cold. high: 27 wind: nw 10-20 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. low: 20 wind: nw 5-15 mph h
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following a shooting and a crash... but first-- police are searching for suspects in a double murder investigation. angelica joins us from the newsroom with new information. investigations are underway this morning after police find a man and woman shot to death in bed. officers were called to appleton and florist around 1-30 this morning after a neighbor heard gunshots and screaming. when police arrived, they found a man and woman-- in their 30's-- shot multiple times in bed. police say a teen and an 11 year the children were not hurt. police say they are investigating this shooting as a homicide. no word on any suspects at this time as police continue to investigate. this story is still developing. deandra corinithios will have an update from the scene in a live report at five. meanwhile-- police are called to 36th and thurston after a man crashed into a home. it happened around 9-30 last night. people in the area tried helping the man-- who was found not
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were performing life saving measures, officers found the victim had been shot. he died at the scene. officials say the man is in his 60's and is from out of town. police are still searching for suspects as the investigation continues. jessob. back to you. developing overnight... police are investigating an armed robbery at the wing stop restaurant near 76th and good hope. it happened just before 8-30 last night. police say the suspect showed a handgun during the robbery and was able to get a tray of m no one was hurt but police are still searching for the suspect. the suspect is described as a black man, about five foot three. he was wearing a green vampire mask, grey sweatshirt, grey pants and gloves. if you have any information-- call police. a middle school couple is charged as adults, accused of making a kill list... according to a criminal complaint, 15-year-old jasminne piechocki and her boyfriend, 14-year- old darryl roeschen were talking on
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wanted killed.her mother read the conversation and told school officials. the complaint states the students admitted to having the conversation, with piechocki saying she has a dark mind. roeschen told administrators he thought it was a joke and he never intended to kill anyone.the juveniles are being charged as adults and are currently being held in the racine county juvenile detention center. in wauwatosa-- one person is in custody -- accused of threatening the police department. but police threats of violence made since monday. 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 officers in the loop while the investigation continues. "we understand this is a dangerous profession, our officers remain vigilant when we're both on duty and off duty and we are keeping them apprised of the information we're receiving." the district attorney's office will review the threat arrest in
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the community-- coming together to remember 7-year-old trevion winningham. investigators say the boy was badly bruised and malnourished when he died at the hospital last week. etter hughes and mary martinez were watching the boy and his 9-year old brother... and they are now facing child neglect charges. in 2003, hughes was convicted of child neglect and sentenced to 18 months in prison after one year old bryan alston died in her care. that childs grandmother, april alston, says winningham's death could hughes been behind bars longer. aa 'he was just thrown around like a beanbag.' aa 'our court system period is failing miserably across the board in my opinion.' hughes is due back in court next week. more than 400 missing ballots in greenfield turn up seven days into the wisconsin recount... the election commission will be
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greenfields numbers werent matching up... 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 then spent three plus hours trying to get the numbers to match. the head of the election 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 were ballots that were 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 does think she got most of the ballots matched up. the commission will have to
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them all. meanwhile, the city of milwaukee finished its work. and at least 70 percent of the votes statewide have been recounted. president-elect trump still holds a 22-thousand vote lead. and in michigan-- a federal judge who ordered the state to begin its recount has effectively ended it. he tied his decision to an appeals court ruling. the ruling found that green party candidate jill stein had no legal standing to request another look at ballots. the court said stein -- who finished fourth in michigan -- did not have a chance of winning even after a recount. st michigan supreme court. bmo harris-- announcing plans for a new office tower to replace its parking structure. the formal announcement will be today-- but our partners at the milwaukee business journal released these renderings last night. the bank tower would face water street across from city hall. new parking structures would be built to the east facing north broadway. we all know by now that the injuries this season have hurt the packers at multiple
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against the seahawks. tim van vooren with more 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 fingers sunday. " "i feel 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 starter so that's one thing i've 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
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fox six sports." police in south carolina-- searching for a suspect wanted for stabbing an officer. the latest on the investigation and what connection it may have to an escaped inmate in the same area. a local brewery -- apo for a name of a proposed beer. details on the online competition that lead to the
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blustery and chilly this morning with wind chills in the single digits. expect flurries and some light snow showers throughout the day. high temperatures will reach into the middle and upper 20s with wind chills in the teens. overnight lows drop into the teens to right around 20. filteredf friday as a high pressure passes to our south then snow showers move in saturday evening and continue sunday. behind the snow we see even colder air move into southeast wisconsin. highs will only reach into the teens with lows in the single digits. today: scteredurries/light snow. windy and cold. high: 27wind: n0 wind: nw 5-15 mph h one of milwaukee's newest breweries is apologizing after
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breweries is apologizing after a name of a proposed beer sparks outrage. the beer--- "date grape" was submitted for an online competition... and made it on the company's website. our ben handelman has more on how the brewery says this happened. 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 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. we looked into it, and said holy 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
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"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 submission is hurtful. again they are feeling of being minimized and what happened to them isnt important. mob craft has deleted the submission, changed their process to include human editorial checks 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. mobcraft says they will now hold a fundraiser on saturday, and donate some proceeds of every beer sold to help sexual assault victims. the healing center says they will attend. in the newsroom ben handleman fox6news.
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the latest on president-elect donald trump's picks to join his cabinet. a manhunt is underway for a man suspected of shooting two police officers in georgia-- killing one of them. what we know about the victims and the latest on the investigation.. time now 4:xx you're taking a live look outside this morning.. areas of flurries and light snow stephanie barichello will have more coming up. you are watching the fox 6
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wakeup news. blustery and chilly this morning with wind chills in t digits. expect flurries and some light snow showers throughout the day. high temperatures will reach into the middle and upper 20s with wind chills in the teens. overnight lows drop into the teens to right around 20. filtered afternoon sun expected friday as a high pressure passes to our south then snow showers move in saturday evening and continue sunday. behind the snow we see even colder air move into southeast wisconsin. highs will only reach into the
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scattered flurries/light snow showers. windy and cold. high: 27 wind: nw 10-20 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. low: 20 wind: nw 5-15 mph in georgia-- police say a man considered to be armed and dangerous is still at large... after shooting two officers -- killing one. investigators say it happened near georgia southwestern university yesterday morning. police say the two officers responded to a domestic dispute when 32-year-old minguel lembrick shot his injuries... and a university officer is in critical condition. a 30-thousand dollar reward is now being offered for the arrest of lembrick. right now-- police in south carolina are searching for a suspect wanted for stabbing an officer at a walmart. officials say she was responding to a shoplifting call. columbia police tweeted out this picture of the suspect. he ran after stabbing the female officer... authorities say the officer is in stable condition. columbia police are also looking for an escaped inmate. they say
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life sentence for armed robbery and assault and battery with intent to kill. new details about president-elect donald trump's picks to join his team. as his deal to save jobs with carrier is criticized. angelica joins us from the newsroom with new information. president-elect donald trump's former campaign manager kellyanne conway says the job of e-p-a administrator... will go to oklahoma's attorney general scott pruitt. pruitt has long been critic of the e-p-a. he even sued the agency over its regulations of power plants. the move could be a sign the president- elect's administration is intent on reversing president obama's moves to curb climate change. president-elect trump also nominating former w-w-e c-e-o linda mcmahon to serve as head of the small business administration. he says he chose mcmahon because of her role in helping to grow the wrestling empire. she is co-founder of the w-w-e along with
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general john kelly as head of the department of homeland security milwaukee sheriff david clarke was passed over -- fox6 reached out for comment. in a statement, clarke said "i have always intended to fill out my term. i will do what president-elect trump asks of me. all that ever mattered was to help trump become the 45th potus. mission accomplished." meanwhile-- the president-elect says he's sticking true to his promise to energize the economy. this comes after he took credit for from moving to mexico. turns out the real number of jobs saved is 800. one union president -- chuck jones -- says he's grateful for the president-elect's action, but took issue with him fudging the numbers. dgx the president-elect attacked jones tweeting quote - he has done a terrible job representing workers. no wonder companies flee country! dgx he also said -- quote if united steelworkers 1999 was any good, they would have kept those jobs in indiana. carrier confirms that it never planned to move 300 of the jobs
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in research and development. jessob back to you. blustery and chilly this morning with wind chills in the single digits. expect flurries and some light snow showers throughout the day. high temperatures will reach into the middle and upper 20s with wind chills drop into the teens to right around 20. filtered afternoon sun expected friday as a high pressure passes to our south then snow showers move in saturday evening and continue sunday. behind the snow we see even colder air move into southeast wisconsin. highs will
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lows in the single digits. today: scattered flurries/light snow showers. windy and cold. high: 27 wind: nw 10-20 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. low: 20 wind: nw 5-15 mph friday: filtered afternoon sun. chilly. high: 24 wind: nw 5-10 mph saturday: snow showers. am low: 12 high: 22 wind: sw 5-10 mph sunday: cloudy with snow showers likely. am low: 21 high: 30 wind: w-nw 5-10 mph monday: mostly cloudy and cold. am low: 16 high: 20 wind: nw 5-10 mph
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high: 16 wind: nw 5-15 mph blustery and chilly this morning with wind chills in the single digits. expect flurries and some light snow showers throughout the day. high temperatures will reach into the middle and upper 20s with wind chills in the teens. overnight lows drop into the teens to right around 20. filtered afternoon sun as a high pressure passes to our south then snow showers move in saturday evening and continue sunday. behind the snow we see even colder air move into southeast wisconsin. highs will only reach into the teens with lows in the single digits. today: scattered flurries/light snow
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27 wind: nw 10-20 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. low: 20 wind: nw 5-15 mph friday: filtered afternoon sun. chilly. high: 24 wind: nw 5-10 mph saturday: mostly cloudy with evening snow showers. am low: 12 high: 22 wind: sw 5-10 mph sunday: cloudy with snow showers likely. am low: 21 high: 30 wind: w-nw 5-10 mph monday: mostly cloudy and cold. am low: 16 high: 20 wind: nw 5-10 mph tuesday: chance for snow showers. cold. am low: 9 high: 16 wind: nw 5-15 mph selling this year's hottest toy. where you can now buy hatchimals. and then at six... are holiday shoppers hitting rock bottom? ...the gift that's completely sold out at nordstrom. an eight year old boy with a big heart starts a christmas toy drive... why he chose to donate the toys to the texas children's
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"fifty shades darker." but we are only talking and that is it. gotta be quicker than that grey. are you happy? ive never been happier. take them off johnson and jamie dornan in their steamy lead roles from "fifty shades of grey". the sequel arrives in movie theaters on february 10th. a father and son in north carolina creating quite the christmas tradition... father and son - john and brian gatlin creating a winter wonderland in their rural town of asheboro. displaying 45-thousand lights and 135 inflatables - from santa, to frosty, and even robots. this year's display is
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start setting up the enormous display just after halloween. megan anderson: "i think it has a lot to do with just my whole family and all my friends that have been around him." daniel anderson: "my personality." megan anderson: "his personality hahaha." eight year old "daniel anderson" has a big personality... and an even bigger heart. daniel started a toy drive last year -- and hospital. he said all he wanted for christmas was to help kids who are sick. daniel doesn't go inside the hospital to drop off the toys.. because he's spent much of his life undergoing surgeries there... he says it would break his heart seeing children like that. so far this year -- he's already
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now at 5- breaking news. police investigating a double homicide overnight. we're told a man and woman were shot and killed...with children in the house. we have the latest on the investigation coming up in a live report. also this morning -- should hundreds of ballots found in a greenfield clerk's office be counted? the decision expected to be made today. the weather. steph's weather blustery and chilly this morning with wind chills in the single digits. expect flurries and some light snow showers throughout the day. high temperatures will reach into the middle and upper 20s with wind chills in the teens. overnight lows drop into the teens to right around 20. filtered afternoon sun expected friday as a high pressure passes to our south then snow showers move in saturday evening and continue sunday. behind the snow we see even colder air move into southeast wisconsin. highs will

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