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11. our big story at eleven... milwaukee police are investigating a double homicide police say the victims are a 36-year-old man and a 38-year-old woman. deandra corinthios hasmo scene. milwaukee police tell us this was a shooting. neighbors called them when they heart gunshots...and screaming. milwaukee police officers responded to a home at appleton and florist around 1:30 a- they found a man and a woman in bed, shot to death. police say the victims had been shot multiple times. police also
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were hiding in the bedroom. police tell us they were not harmed...and are not considered suspects. police also say this is not a murder suicide investigation. police tell us the victims were both in their 30s. they have not released their names. reporting in milwaukee dc fox6 news. a man is dead after a shooting tht milwaukee's north side. officials say a 67-year-old man hit a couple of signs and a power pole before hitting a house near 36th and thurston. people in the area who heard the crash...came out to try and help the victim. emergency crews attempted life-saving measures but the man died. crews did find a bullet wound...but there is no word where the initial shooting took place. police continue to investigate. police are investigating an armed robbery on milwaukee's north
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night at "the wing stop" near 76th and good hope road. police say the suspect showed a silver and black handgun during the robbery... and was able to get away with a tray of money. the suspect is believed to be an african-american male... roughly 5- feet-3 inches tall. he was wearing a green vampire mask, grey sweatshirt, grey pants, and gloves. no one was injured. adlib to weather blustery and chilly this morning with wind chills in the single digits. expect flurr 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 friday: filtered afternoon sun. chilly. high: 24 wind: nw 5-10
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who pleaded guilty in the fatal shooting of 5-year-old laylah petersen is sentenced to 30 years in prison. a judge handing down that sentence to arlis gordon this morning in court. investigators say gordon and two others planned to get revenge on a group -- but instead shot at
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week ago. he will spend 65 years in prison. paul farr also pleaded guilty for his role. a developing story now out of racine county. 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 facebook. piechocki was naming people she wanted killed.her mother read the conversation and told school officials. the complaint states the stude 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 after being accused of threatening the police department. but police say it's just one of five 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.
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will review the threat arrest in the coming days. a history of neglect: a woman accused of child neglect that resulted in the death of a 7 year old boy... was convicted of the same crime 13 years ago. fox6s bret lemoine 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 week. lk 'how could a grown adult do this to a child?' investigators say the child and his nine year old brother were being 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
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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, brushing.' hughes was convicted of child neglect in this case... 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... ia in this most recent case, the childs mother, candace winningham, tells us the 9 year old is still in the hospital but is improving. hughes and martinez both face child neglect charges. new details... as police search for a man accused of harassing a 13- year-old girl for sex. it happened while the girl was walking home in the city of cudahy on tuesday. the girl tells police she
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her. the same person drove past her a second time while she was walking near swift and holmes avenue. this time he stopped the car and made a sexual comment to her before driving away. the suspect drove past her for a third time. he pulled over on swift and edgerton-- and propositioned her for sex. police have yet to say what drove the suspect to leave. the suspect is described as a white male in his late 20s to early 30s with a brown beard that reaches his chest. he was also wearing a baseball hat. is sentenced for having sex with a student. 29-year-old sara domres reached a plea deal for two felonies in the case. domres will spend the next two years in prison followed by 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
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that when they are sending their children to school, that their children are essentially going to be victimized." domres must register with the wisconsin sex offender registry and undergo sex offender treatment. she can no longer teach - and cannot have unsupervised contact with underage males. new berlin school officials fired domres after finishing their own investigation. the latest now on the c more than 400 missing ballots turn up in greenfield. 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. meanwhile in michigan -- the recount there is over.
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forced a statewide review of millions of ballots. 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. stein is now appealing to the michigan supreme court. summerfest... announcing a major renovation happening at henry maier festival park. president don smiley unveiled a 10-year agreement... that will demolish the existing u-s cellular stage and replace it. include a new stage, increased capacity, a 25-foot l-e-d screen, mobile device charging amenities and more. u-s cellular is happy to partner with summerfest on this project... "we are excited that as part of our renewed deal, us cellular will renovate the us cellular connections stage area with a completely redesigned, state of the art stage." the renovations are expected to be finished in time for
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police arrest two people for starting the deadly wildfires in tennesse... what we know about the suspects. and an officer-involved shooting at a high school in reno.... the suspect was a 14-year-old student... what led up to the shooting. plus president-elect trump doesn't pick sheriff david clarke as the head of the department of homeland security... reaction from sheriff clarke...after the break. "i'm tom hooper, i'm katrina cravy, i'm jenna sachs. contact 6. 44 years, millions of dollars returned, hundreds of thousands of po 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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across america now... two teens have been charged with starting the eastern tennessee wildfires that killed 14 people and damaged or destroyed more than two thousand homes and businesses. polo sandoval reports. two juveniles -- charged with aggravated arson in connection with the deadly wildfires in east tennessee. nats: "omg it's so hot... this is crazy." officials blaming the teens for the ferocious fires that killed 14 people and 4th district attorney general: "all options available to the state for dealing with juveniles are on the table, including seeking a transfer of these juveniles to adult criminal court." thousands of homes and businesses damaged... with tens of thousands forced to evacuate... from the largest wildfires to destroy tennessee in a century. woman mos: "they should pay for the loss of all the loved ones we have lost." man mos: "tried as juveniles the punishments will not fit the
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businesses and a community that has been here forever." the charges coming as residents begin to return home, surveying the damage -- woman in hat mos: "we're not alone down here - we take care of each other as people." woman sitting on couch mos: "we just feel that we've been protected by god." for the families of those who perished -- their loss -- unspeakable. 70 year old alice hagler lost her life, flames -- lyle wood, son of gatlinburg wildfire victim: "she was one of those ladies that just loved people. she never met a stranger. she never found anybody she couldn't talk to that wasn't -- she wasn't willing to talk to. and she had a lot of love in her heart. we ask for prayers for the people that are still trying to figure out how to put this thing all back together. " police in nevada shoot a knife- wielding suspect in a reno high school. authorities say the suspect is a 14-year- old high school student....and was threatening others on campus. a school district police officer shot him. the teen is in critical condition. no one else was injured. the school was placed in a code red
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scheduled today. a manhunt is underway in southwest georgia following the shooting of two police officers...killing one of them. the other officer is in critical condition. it happened at an apartment complex near georgia southwestern state university campus in americus. authorities have named minguell lembrick as the suspect. no word on what lead up to the deadly altercation. a 30-thousand dollar reward is now being offered for the arrest of lembrick. presidnet-elect donald trump kellyanne conway says the job of e-p-a administrator... will go to oklahoma's attorney general scott pruitt. pruitt has long been a fierce 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
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co-founder of the w-w-e along with her husband vince mcmahon. and the president-elect picks 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-- th says he's sticking true to his promise to energize the economy. this comes after he took credit for saving 11-hundred carrier jobs 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,
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indiana. carrier confirms that it never planned to move 300 of the jobs president-elect trump mentioned in research and development. toss to 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 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
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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. 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
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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 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- gh: 24 wind: nw 5-10hary: mostlh eng snow showers. am low: 12 high: 22 wind: sw 5-10 mph sunday: cloy with snow showers likely. am low: 21gh: wind: w-nw 5-10 h monday: mostly cloudy and ld. am low: gh: 20 wind: nw 5-10
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aurora quick-care clinics are taking over eight walgreens and the c-e-o of ascension will meet with president-elect trump's transition team. rich kirchen joins us live from the milwaukee business journal headquarters-- let's start with -- milwaukees largest health care system is partnering with the
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clinics. what is the plan for aurora health care and walgreens? which other local health care system is planning clinics at pharmacy chain on in-store clinics. what is the plan for aurora health care and walgreens? which other local health care system is planning clinics at a retail chain? the ceo of the
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columbia st. marys and wheaton franciscan healthcare supports the affordable care act known as obamacare and met with donald trumps transition team. what was the message anthony tersigni turr-cig-knee conveyed? any word on how his visit went? anthony tersigni turr-cig-knee conveyed? any word on how his
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a gift that really "rocks"....and a bed for your phone... a look at this year's a
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fox6 wakeup at 4:30-- count on us for breaking news, weather and traffic updates until 9am. our next future forecaster -- was also on look who's six. now she's 9 and ready to be on tv again. plus holiday cookies and cupcakes... and the main ingredient is chocolate! and gift ideas to pamper yourself. that's tomorrow on
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these two objects will leave you shaking your head. but even as people mock an upscale pet rock, it's sold out. is the phone bed next? jeanne moos reports. gift-giving has hit rock bottom with this 85-dollar stone. and before you use your phone to share a photo ofthe nordstrom rock, give your device a nap in the phone bed... arianna huffington: "as a ritual you tuck them in." two items so unique, comedians don't even hae laugh.... jimmy kimmel: "this is what they call a medium leather wrapped stone laughter ."it had folks stumped. "is it from somewhere special at least...i-e the moon...somewhere, anywhere?" nope, nordstrom says it's just a smooth los angeles-area stone wrapped in rich, vegetable tanned leather created by artist peter maxwell. even the store guessed at its purpose..."a paperweight? a
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art?" jimmy kimmel: "it looks like a baked potato in leather pants laughter ."the rock's own parody account tweeted "already wearing my lederhosen." and if the 85-dollar medium is too pricey, there's a 65-dollar small. oops. both sold out at nordstrom on line. it's the upscale version of the pet rock from the 70s that came in a cardboard carrier with air holes.... nat sound: "oh he's nice looking too." unlike the pet rock, the 100-dollar phone bed has a crusader arianna huffington calls it "goodnight smartphone." arianna huffington: "which is really a charging station that looks like a bed." it has 10 charging ports...enough for a smart phone orgy. your tablets slide underneath. the idea is to ban the phone from your bed. arianna huffington: "this phone bed belongs outside everybody's bedroom." jeanne moos: "of course you
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combine the two and let your stone sleep like a rock. jeanne moos c-n-n jimmy kimmel: "if i buy a rock in a leather pouch for 85 dollars, it had better look like this." new york. get a head start on your holiday meals... the wisconsin beef council is here to "beef" up your appetizer recipes. plus...the milwaukee wave is getting in the holiday spirit...by giving back. what the team just did for kids
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here's a look at this morning's big stories at 1130. a man and a woman found shot multiple times in their bed... police say it is not a murder-suicide... the latest on the investigation. a local brewery is apologizing after a name for a proposed beer causes outrage... what the name was...and how it made it onto their website.
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coming up our big story at 11-30... a double homicide investigation taking place at a home on milwaukee's northwest side. police say a 36-year-old man and a 38-year-old woman were found shot deandra corinthios has more from the scene. milwaukee police tell us the two 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
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the two kids were hiding in the 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 in milwaukee deandra corinthios fox6 news. police are investigating an armed robbery on milwaukee's north west side. it happened around 8-30 last night at "the wing stop" near 76th and good hope showed a silver and black handgun during the robbery... and was able to get away with a tray of money. the suspect is believed to be an african-american male... roughly 5- feet-3 inches tall. he was wearing a green vampire mask, grey sweatshirt, grey pants, and gloves. no one was injured. adlib to 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
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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 friday: filtered afternoon sun. chilly. high: 24 wind: nw 5-10 mph a middle school boyfriend and girlfriend now behind bars-- accused of plotting to kill six people. fox 6's brittany shannon tells us how school officials in
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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 middle school in burlington. we went to piechocki's address where the complaint states the girl's mother saw a facebook conversation between her daughter and roeschen. 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. the complaint states the girls 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
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thought it was all a joke and he played along to please his girlfriend. school administrators found a pair of scissors in the boyfriend's backpack on tuesday. the complaint says he admitted to stealing them from a teacher with the intent to harm himself--but never did. despite being charged as adults-- both teenagers are being held in the racine juvenile detention facility. in wauwatosa -- one person is in custody after being accused of threatening the police e say it's just one of five 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
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the coming days. more milwaukee county leaders are calling for an external investigation of the jail. this investigation request is on top of the current audit of medical care at the jail. yesterday --- 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 within a six- month-span. board supervisors and the county executive now say they fear the deaths could be indicative of a bigger issue. its a very concernin outside investigators come in to do an audit is a good thing. fox6 asked a spokeswoman for milwaukee county sheriff david clarke if he would cooperate with this request. she says "sheriff doesnt run the medical contract, the house of correction does." happening now... one of milwaukee's newest 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
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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 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 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
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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. mobcraft says they will now hold a fundraiser on saturday, and donate some proceeds of every beer sold to help sexual assault they will attend. in the newsroom ben handleman fox6news. the milwaukee county transit system is getting riders into the holiday spirit... the messages being played aboard all the buses this season. and kids in need living in africa get a big donation....all the way from milwaukee. how a local professional team
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would rex pass up more beef stew? i don't think so. say yes to more. call now. 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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it's beginning to sound a lot like christmas aboard the milwaukee county transit system buses. "happy holidays" 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 count toss to 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.
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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: cloudy with snow showers likely. am low: 21 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 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
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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 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: 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 wind: nw 5-10 mph tuesday: chance for snow showers. cold. am low: 9 high: 16 wind: nw 5-15
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high: 16 wind: nw 5-15 mph a franklin man had a big idea in trying to help out some kids in need living in africa. but it wasn't until he got some big time help from one professional team in here in milwaukee, that he was able to accomplish his goal.
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every year tim banks and his franklin city investments firm gives back. "we're a very small firm we give a little bit to no kill shelters some of the homeless shelters, every year a little bit and i shake the bell. i get a kick out of standing on oakland and locust and shaking the bell and watching people put money in the kettle." but this year they are taking their giving spirit to a whole new level. "i have a friend in gambia, or west gambia east a are very very poor, they only have pencils for school, but their number one sport is soccer." so tim thought about collecting some soccer equipment on his own. "i know many people here in the united states their kids need things but there, those kids have nothing so we can make a difference." but then he had another idea. so i was going to go door to door and what i first did was i called the milwaukee wave and a
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just said meet us at 37th and wisconsin and we will see what we can do." "he just called us and we were very happy to do that since we had gear that we could do that with." and this is what larry sayles and the wave did. 36 balls and a couple of bags of jerseys. "i thought anything that we can do and we had a sets of a old practice gear and we had some soccer balls that we summer camp and i said what a better way to do it then to get it to those kids that love the game and could really use these things for their spirit and for the love of the game." so what tim thought would take him weeks of work to accomplish, was finished in just moments thanks to the milwaukee wave. "for the wave they really kicked in they
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credit." "being the milwaukee wave we've been here 33 years and we like to think of ourselves as family entertainment and a family business and what better way to give back to our community that's been so good to us than with equipment that we can give to the kids and help them grow with it." next tim, contacted father william at the church of the resurrection in west gambia, and come this christmas he will surprise the children in "i'd rather have them handed out on their holiday, their holy day whether it's christmas eve or st. nicholas day or whatever they do there, then just given them to them when they get there." "there's enough there to handle a few villages over there and it's going to make a big difference in about 40, maybe 100-125 kids difference at christmas." it's a holiday that will be brighter thanks to a man from franklin that they never met...and a team from
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that they get something with milwaukee on it and then the people that are giving it to them can tell them a little bit about milwaukee and maybe see pictures of how we play the game here, but it sends chills down your spine." tim van vooren fox 6 sports. the wisconsin beef council is here... they're making a recipe perfect for the holidays...beef
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so i made a decision to talk to my dermatologist about humira. humira works inside my body to target and help block a specific source of inflammation that contributes to my symptoms. in clinical trials, most adults taking humira were clear or almost clear, and many saw 75% and even 90% clearance in just 4 months. humira can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis. serious, sometimes fatal infections and cancers, including lymphoma, have happened; s system problems, serious allergic reactions, and new or worsening heart failure. before treatment, get tested for tb. tell your doctor if you've been to areas where certain fungal infections are common, and if you've had tb, hepatitis b, are prone to infections, or have flu-like symptoms or sores. don't start humira if you have an infection. ask about humira, the #1 prescribed biologic by dermatologists.
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>> announcer: the instructions for the dog groomer were clear. >> i said that he needed to be kept as cool as possible because he could heat up and get heat stroke. >> judge judy: your dog got sick. >> announcer: but why won't she come clean? >> i kept asking her, "what did you do to this dog? did you drug this dog? >> judge judy: at what point did sammy appear to be in distress? >> during the blow-dry. >> he was sprawled out with his legs out, and he was totally out of i into the my car. >> 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 stephen and emily fantasia are suing dog groomer kathleen cassidy for vet bills resulting from their chow being injured while in her care.

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