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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 angelica adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays delays green on traffic map = no delays a man and a woman are found dead in bed milwaukee police are on the scene of the double homicide at appleton and florist deandra corinthios is live there with the latest on the
victims were in their mid to late 30s. when they discovered the victims...they also found two kids in the room. they were unharmed. milwaukee police say they responded to the home near appleton and florist after neighbors reported hearing gunshots and screams. when officers arrived they found a man and a woman in bed, they had been shot multiple times. po room. one is a teenager the other is 11 years old. they are not suspects. police tell us this is not a murder suicide investigation. reporting live in milwaukee deandra corinthios fox6 news. and more breaking news this morning. a man is dead after a shooting and crash. officials say the victim was
of signs and power pole before rolling to a stop at a home near 36th and thurston. people who heard the crash.. tried to help the man . emergency crews attempted c-p-r but the man died. afterward they found a gunshot wound on his back. the man was from out of town. police continue to investigate. the latest now on the recount here in wisconsin. more than 400 missing ballots turn up in greenfield. so far -- the greenfield city clerk doesn't want to say much about it. angelica joins us now with more. county election commission will have to decide whether to accept the clerk's explanation. here's what happened. greenfields ballot totals weren't matching up with election night numbers. so the clerk called back to her office and told workers to look for misplaced ballots. they found 412 of them in the office. the head of the election commission wasnt happy, and wants the clerk to put a plan in place for the future. the election commission will decide whether to accept the ballots today.
in fact, at least 70 percent of the votes statewide have been recounted. president-elect trump still holds a 22-thousand vote lead. now to a fox 6 exclusive. 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 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 have been prevented... had 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.
investigation of the jail. this is in addition to the current audit of medical care at the jail. earlier this week - the county board chairman told fox6 he wants a third party to look into jail operations as a whole... after three infants and a newborn died in the jail wihtin a six- month-span. board supervisors and the county executive said yesterday they fear the deaths could be indicative of a bigger issue. fox6 asked a spokeswoman for milwaukee county sheriff david clarke if he would cooperate with this request. she said the "sheriff doesnt run of correction does." in the day ahead... bmo harris-- announcing plans for a new office tower to replace its parking structure. the formal announcement will be later 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. coming up - congress trying to prevent companies from buying up event
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grape", made the breweries top 8 this month. the name--- a pun off "date rape". mobcraft says the process that selects the top 8 submissions was automated-- with no human intervention. they've since changed how the top 8 are selected, deleted the submission, and promise to hold a fundraiser saturday for domestic violence victims. id love to say im one embarrassed and two very sorry that any offesnsive beer names came up on our website. its an oversight on my part for not having a good process in place to make sure that doesnt advocacy groups say they are pleased the brewery acted fast, and plan to attend saturday's fundraiser to spark a conversation with both the brewery and customers. a former new berlin west teacher is sentenced for having sex with a student. 29-year-old sara domres reached a plea deal for two felonies in the case.
three years extended supervision. she must also register with the wisconsin sex offender registry and undergo sex offender treatment. prosecutors say she sexually assaulted a 16-year-old student she had in her english class. hundreds of incriminating text messages were found on her phone. new berlin school officials fired domres after finishing their own investigation. coming up at six. chicago police officers under fire. the number of times they've been shot at in the last 10 days. plus - the president-elect makes a controversial choice for he will face some tough questions during the nominating proces - next. and it could be another snowy matchup in green bay this weekend. why packers coach mike mccarthy worries about the young players
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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 traffic check red on traffic map = major delays delays green on traffic map = no delays the transition of power continues in washington. president-elect donald trump makes his pick for head of the department of homeland security -- general
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." and the president-elect also announcing his choice for environmental protection agency administrator. he's tapped oklahoma attorney general scott pruitt. the choice is a controversial one in that pruitt has been a fierce critic of the scientific evidence of global warming. pruitt has repeatedly sued the e-p-a to roll back environmental regulations and public health protections in oklahoma. he also filed court briefs in support of the keystone pipeline project blocked by the obama administration. democrats say pruitt will have to answer many tough questions in the nominating process. congress is sending legislation to president obama that could make it easier to get tickets to popular
on computer software used by ticket brokers to snap up tickets. the so-called "bots" rapidly purchase as many tickets as possible for resale at significant markups. the bill would make using the software an "unfair and deceptive practice" under the federal trade commission act and allow the f-t-c to pursue those cases. chief meteorologist rob haswell on the weather deck... 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
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: 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: 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 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
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 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 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
field on sunday. "you talking about our last game? we play seattle. this is wednesday isn't it? yea it was a hell of a drive. but we've moved on it's shoot it was a great drive. the two in the 4th quarter was a turning point for us in the game. but i think the biggest thing to come out of that game is playing in the weather, obviously the the weather is going to be similar sunday, snow and probably colder. i always worry about our young guys, i think that for our young to play at lambeau for december football is the biggest thing to take away from that game." the defense will have to make some adjustments this sunday as nick perry has already been ruled out with a hand injury. it's a big blow as he leads the team in sacks and is one of their best defenders against the run. his absence will most likely be filled by committee as a number of linebackers are dealing with nagging injuries of their own. you can see the game right here on fox 6
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 last night at the bradley center. after trailing at the half, the bucks start to close the gap in the 3rd and it starts ont he defensive end with john 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, parker puts the finishing touches on this one, driving the lane and slamming the door
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 saturday. the hot stove league is red hot right now as the winter meetings come to a close in maryland today.. while the brewers have made a couple of moves, ryan braun team. manager craig counsell addresses braun's status. " i hope he's the left fielder laughter . i'm planning on him being the left fielder.q. is everybody in agreement in the room on that? craig counsell: yeah, i mean, he's our left fielder. i don't see anything changing." we will have to wait and see. tha'ts it for sports have a great day.
in one. coming up next -- meet the michigan man who is on a mission to raise 10- thousand dollars for the salvation army. plus -- "officer oliver" spreading some cheer this morning. what this 5-year-old boy is doing for his community that is sure to make you smile - next. coming up new at six: are holiday shoppers hitting rock bottom? the gift shoppers can't get enough of that has many
"happy holidays" it's beginning to sound a lot like christmas aboard the milwaukee county transit system buses. staff members from different cultural backgrounds recorded happy holiday wishes in ten different languages.. the messages will run once an hour over the audio system on board the buses. m-c-t-s says it's their way of spreading joy across the county.
well...sort of. madame tussauds in london unveiled a special version of the royal's wax figures, decked out in some ugly christmas sweaters. prince william and princess kate have a two for one sweater...while queen elizabeth matches with her beloved corgis. the christmas-inspired get ups are to help raise awareness for the u-k's save the children campaign. one salvation ay michigan is taking the red kettle campaign to the next level. instead of just ringing a bell-- he's living inside of one. greg bock is calling it "ten-k red kettle stay"...and is staying there until the salvation army raises ten-thousand dollars. "it's one thing to be by the kettle ringing the bell, but whenever you're living in the kettle i mean you see things from a whole different
a heat lamp, a radio playing christmas music 24-7, and lots of blankets. people in the town have also been supporting him -- bringing him sandwiches for lunch...and cups of hot chocolate...as well as donations for the salvation army. this next story should help warm some hearts this morning... a 5-year-old boy in kansas spends his days and nights in uniform helping keep his neighborhood safe. and recently -- he decided to do some good at a nursing home...and surprise residents with flowers. doing this because policemen are nice and i want to be nice. c'mon mom let's go." nats driving "officer oliver's" great grandfather lives in a nursing home-- and his favorite thing to do is to talk to the residents when he visits. oliver was recently given an honorary badge from his local police department, for helping the police and caring for his community. all anchors chat/toss to 6am
breaking overnight - a man and woman found shot and killed inside their home... police... discovering two children hiding inside the room where it happened. the very latest - in a live report in one minute. and the have arrived. wind chills are in the single digits this morning. when we can expect more snow in our area. good morning and welcome to wakeup! rob's weather today: scattered flurries/light snow showers. windy and cold. high: 27 wind: nw 10-20 mph tonight: