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ahead what you need to know before parking your car. good morning and welcome back to wakeup.. time now x:xx adlib weather forecast forecast from fox6 chief meteorologist rob haswell a bit of sun today as yesterdays storm low move off to our east. colder air starts rolling in today with temperatures falling to the low 20s this afternoon and dipping single digits tonight. high pressure and cold air for wednesday means sun but highs only in the low teens. we cool further on wednesday and by thursday well be in the single digits with sub-zero lows. we should warm back to near seasonal by the weekend with
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traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays i-894 back open this morning after a crash overnight shuts down the eastbound lanes near 60th street. the greenfield fire department tweeted that it involved a plow truck and a
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no word on that person's condition....or what caused the crash. all lanes reopened around five this morning. city of milwaukee d-p-w crews working through the night clearing snow and salting. that means parking regulations are strictly enforced to give them plenty of room...and if you don't cooperate your car could be towed. deandra corinthios is live on the east side with more. the dpw called for an overnight the dpw called for an overnight snow removal operation. the four inch rule is in effect... to avoid getting ticketed or posted signs carefully... the four inch rule means no parking is allowed on the side of the street where the sign is posted until the snow has been removed --day or night--any time of the year. you should also familiarize yourself with the 48 hour exception streets on those streets...sunday night through 6 am today...cars need to be on the odd side of the street. and tonight...through tuesday morning those cars need to move to the even side of the
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roads...allowing them to clear all of the snow before a cold front moves in later this week. some east side residents tell us they've been through this before. " it was my fault i was out of town and when i got back i couldnt find my car and then i got a note from the city saying we have your car" city crews will be clearing bus stops and sidewalks this morning. plows will also make passes on the side streets live on the east side dc fox6 news.. and a reminder to all dr use caution on the roads-- this is a s-u-v that ran into an electrical box and some trees near maple avenue in waukesha county sunday evening. some tow truck drivers say they were working for more than 24 hours since the snow started on saturday. we havent had any real bad crashes. there have been a lot of vehicles in the ditch, people backing off their driveways :12 believe it or not, a lot of jumpstarts :17
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resulted in an injury. and 38 reports of cars sliding into ditches as of last night. you can track this cold winter weather right from your phone. just download the fox 6 storm center app, it's available on android and apple. we are followingbreaking news this morning out of georgia --- where two police officers were shot overnight. kim is in the newsroom with an update on their conditions. one of the police officers remains in the hospital this morning - after someone started shooting at them while serving a search warrant. morning in byron, georgia --- that's just outside of macon. investigators say the officers knocked on the door three times and announced themselves, but no one answered. when they went inside --- a man started shooting. the officers returned fire -- killing the suspect. one of the officers was as treated and released at a hospital.. the other officer was more seriously wounded and had to undergo surgery. we're told the officers are part of the peach county drug task force. the so-called slenderman case moves ahead in waukesha county court today.
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hearing. last month psychiatric reports were filed for the two girls. their lawyers also requested confessions and statements made at the time of the crime be thrown out. one of the women arrested and charged in connection to the death of a 7-year-old will be in court this morning. etter hughes and mary martinez were watching 7-yea- and his 9-year old brother earlier this month. investigators say the boy was badly bruised and malnourished when he died at the hospital now the two woman facing child neglect and abuse charges. hughes will be in court for a preliminary hearing later today. today's the day - recount results are due from all 72 wisconsin counties. angelica's in studio with the very latest. angelica's in studio with the very latest. at last check - nearly all of the state's counties are finished with the recount.
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nominee jill stein lead the effort for double- checking all of wisconsin's votes. wisconsin faces a federal deadline on tuesday to report results for the electoral college. state election officials say more than 2 point 8 million ballots have been recounted. two super pacs filed a federal lawsuit last week... trying to shut the reocunt down - but on friday... a federal judge ruled that the effort to stop the recount was "dead on arrival" in his courtroom. president-elect donald trump's margin of victory has barely changed. set to visit west allis tomorrow - where he'll hold a thank you rally at the state fair expo center at 7:00. we've posted the details on our website-- fox6 now dot com. still to come on wake up --- just how much its going to cost someone to spend the holidays in the home from the movie "a christmas story." and a big win for the packers ---- after the crush the seahawks yesterday. what it means for their playoff push. and carl is checking out a one of a kind christmas show.
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you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. forecast from fox6 chief meteorologist as yesterdays storm low move off to our east. colder air starts rolling in today with temperatures falling to the low 20s this afternoon and dipping into the single digits tonight. high pressure and cold air for wednesday means sun but highs only in the low teens. we cool further on wednesday and by thursday well be in the single digits with sub-zero lows. we should warm back to near seasonal by the weekend with some light snow returning. dick adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no
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and speaking of the packers... they stomped on the seahawks... winning 38 to 10 on a snow-covered lambeau field. defense, with 6 forced turnovers... including 5 interceptions. tim van vooren has more on the blitz "the packers came into sunday's game negative five this season in terms of turnovers. that's been a real problem this year, when in the past its been a strength under
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the game. six of them. the packers created them and they were contagious. it was fun. i mean, it's always fun to take points off the board. we had two picks in the endzone and that is just devastating for an offense. i felt like, did all our dbs catch an interception? just about. everyone except haha. that's crazy. i mean, just that energy. just those types of performances. it took six tonight for us on the season to get back. i think it's plus one now. so they always say they come in bunches. it to happen. several players had been talking about the turnover issue this season, the take away issue, saying the ball just really hadn't been bouncing their way this season. on sunday, it did and they took advantage. at lambeau field, tim van vooren, fox6 sports." it's packers --- bears week. green bay heads to soldier field
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green bay heads to soldier field for a game next sunday at noon. you can watch that game right here on fox 6. it will be followed by a fox 6 news special with live reaction and analysis of the game from chicago, including a visit from defensive nestled outside lake geneva, there's a little slice of vegas razzle and dazzle right here in southeastern wisconsin. the dancing horses theatre has its holiday show wowing audiences this december, and carl is getting a look for us
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forecast from fox6 chief meteorologist rob haswell a bit of sun today as yesterdays storm low move off to our east. colder air starts rolling in today with temperatures falling to the low 20s this afternoon and dipping into the singl wednesday means sun but highs only in the low teens. we cool further on wednesday and by thursday well be in the single digits with sub-zero lows. we should warm back to near seasonal by the weekend with some light snow returning. today: partly sunny. chance of evening snow showers. high: 22 wind: wsw 10-15 mph tonight: a few clouds. low: 9 wind: w 3-9 mph tuesday: mostly sunny. cold. high: 14 wind: wsw 5-10 mph wednesday:mostly cloudy and very cold. am low: 2 high: 12 wind: nw 5-15 mph thursday: mostly sunny, bitter cold. am low: -3 gh: 6 wind: nw 10-20 mph friday: mostly cloudy with the chance for snow. am low: 0 high: 22 wind: s 5-15 mph saturday: mostly cloudy with the chance for snow. am low: 16 high: 32 wind: sw-nw 15-25 mphforecast from fox6 chief meteorologist rob haswell a bit of sun today as yesterdays storm low move off
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rolling in todawh mperatures fag into the single gits tonight. gr wednesday means sun but highs only in the low teens. we cool further on wednesday and by thursday well be in the single digits with sub-zero lows. we should warm back to near seasonal by the weekend with some light snow returning. today: partly sunny.hce eveninh nitaew clouds. low: 9 wd: w 3-9 mph tuesday: stly sunny. cold. high: 14 winsw mphdnery a :gind y, ld wnn0 hstl uw 0 hig2: sumlwf. low: g3 swn
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[ tower pinging ] [ whistling ] we've got a problem, friend. half off any smartphone for anyone who switches? what's the problem? the naughty list shouldn't get deals! yeah, but anyone who switches gets half off of any smartphone. even these? yeah, any smartphone. call the big guy! [ bell dings ] santa? no, jingles.
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ooo. ouch. [ neck cracks ] [ darien ] switch and get half off any smartphone.
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the halls like crazy this holiday season. get this... they have more than one hundred trees in their house! they start putting the trees up in october.... in every room except the bedroom. there is other christmas stuff around the house. including a santa claus toilet set. the owner says he always loved the holiday season. " music playing oh my god, i shot my eye out! don't shoot
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spend the night at the iconic "a christmas story" house and museum in cleveland, ohio. a two-night stay at the home -- from december 24th to the 26th -- was recently auctioned off online. the winner gets to bring three guests. they'll also get more than 800 dollars in gifts, including a "major award leg lamp." the house is the fictional boyhood home of ralphie parker from the 19- 83 film. e-bay lists the winning bid as six- thousand-200 dollars. in the age of technology. we are rarely separated from our phones. still ahead-- could your phone be hurting your sleep schedule? we have some tips to fix it. plus-- addressing concerns over water quality. what city leaders plan to discuss during a hearing
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try to push the u-s election toward donald trump? i'm doug luzader in washington with the latest allegations and trump's
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sign you can not park on that side of the street 11:05" now at 8-30 -- clearing of the roads after a weekend of winter weather. what you need to know to avoid a tow,
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the snow. good morning everyone and welcome back to wakeup. time now x:xx forecast from fox6 chief meteorologist rob haswell a bit of sun today as yesterdays storm low move off to our east. colder air starts rolling in today with temperatures falling to the low 20s this afternoon and dipping into the single digits tonight. high pressure and cold air for wednesday means sun but highs only in the low te well be in the single digits with sub-zero lows. we should warm back to near seasonal by the weekend with some light snow returning. seasonal by the weekend with some light snow returning. seasonal by the weekend with some light snow returning. seasonal by the weekend with some light snow returning.
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anchor adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays crews have been working non stop to clean up the snow...and because
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rules are in effect to avoid getting ticketed and towed...you need to know which side of the street you can park on... deandra corinthios has more from milwaukee's east side. the rules are different on every street. for some...you need to know which side you can park on. others...you can't park on at all. dpw officials say this is all to make sure the streets are totally clear...especially before colder weather moves in later this week the best way to find out where posted signs carefully the four inch rule means no parking is allowed on the side of the street where the sign is posted until the snow has been removed --day or night--any time of the year. you should also familiarize yourself with the 48 hour exception streets on those streets...sunday night through 6 am today...cars need to be on the odd side of the street. and tonight...through tuesday morning those cars need to move to the even side of the street. more than 300 dpw trucks are part of this snow removal operation--and they 're still working hard today. " what this allows us to do is effectively and efficiently get through our operation and clear the snow from both sides of our
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all the snow as you have probably heard the temperatures might drop 11 52 " if you do not see a sign, you can check your specific street regulations on our website fox 6 now dot com. live on the east side dc fox6 news. and we want to see how you're enjoying the snow. send us your pictures of what it looks l submit photos to our gallery on our website fox6 now dot com or on the fox 6 news app. milwaukee aldermen will soon vote on a proposal to replace lead pipes with copper. angelica's in studio with the very latest details. an information session on milwaukee's water will be held later today. 70 thousand households in milwaukee are affected by lead laterals. representatives from
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tonight...and be answering questions from residents about water pipe issues. it's taking place at the humboldt park pavilion at 6 p-m. this also comes as the common council expects to vote on a proposal to replace lead pipes with copper. property owners would receive financial assistance. the city would cover two thirds of the cost. the payments would be incremental. "but we all know that hundred or so dollars could very well mean someone not eating this month so we wanted the community to come out and be aware, understand what they have available to the be aware, understand what they have available to them" the vote on replacing lead pipes with copper is expected to take place tomorrow. president-elect donald trump is pushing back against reports russian hackers tried to influence the u-s election in his favor. it comes as trump is about to name his pick for secretary of state. fox's doug luzader has the latest from washington. we should learn more about
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coming days. we believe it's gonna be rex tillerson, the c-e-o of exxon mobil. meantime, these alligations of russian hacking and the u-s election have put the president-elect at odds with the c-i-a as well as members of his own party. president-elect donald trump coming off of a busy weekend. he attended the army navy game, diplomatically refusing to pick sides as the incoming commander-in-chief. but when it comes to the c-i-a -- and, reports that the agency believes russia tried election -- he was blunt. trump says "..well, i'm not sure they put it out. i think the democrats are putting it out because they suffered one of the greatest defeats in the history of politics in this country. and frankly, i think they're putting it out. and, it's ridiculous." and, it's true there is some uncertainty here. the f-b-i, for instance, according to the washington post -- is unwilling to go as far as the c-i-a in concluding that the hackers -- who gained access to e- mails from the democratic national committee and hillary clinton's
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to tilt the field in trump's direction. but, president obama is asking for an inquiry -- and, some republicans on capitol hill plan on joining democrats to mount their own investigation. mccain says "..we would would be working in a bipartisan basis. you can't make this issue partisan. it's too important. a fundamental of democracy is a free and fair election." it is a real test for trump -- just as he's poised to name a secretary of state -- widely believed to be exxonmobil c-e-o rex tillerson. trump says "..and to me, a great advantage is he knows many of players, and he knows them well. he does massive deals in russia. he does massive deals for the company -- not for himself -- for the company." on cam tag now if tillerson is confirmed as secretary of state, one thing he will have to deal with is china, which over the weekend, again, expressed it's anger over the fact that donald trump had a phone conversation with the president of taiwan. in washington, doug luzader, fox news. say goodbye to hollywood? along with california and new york --- one other state has
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we'll take you there coming up. and some of the biggest and brightest stars of film and television came out for the critics' choice awards... still to come -- what the host of the show had to say about his recent arrest. and carl is dancing with horses. carl adlibs tease
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kramp live rob: plus --
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the fact that i'm not sending them. ===== angelica: the recurring theme you might notice when you open your mail this year. ===== rob: and it's getting cold - so why not enjoy some sweet heat? ===== duria i'm making a dip that will spice up any holiday party. get the recipe -- next on real milwaukee. looking for a new kind of show to enjoy with the family this holiday season? how about the dancing horses theatre outside of lake geneva. that's right, dancing horses. carl is getting an up close look
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meteorologist rob haswell a bit of sun today as yesterdays storm low move off to our east. colder air starts rolling in today with temperatures falling to the low 20s this afternoon and dipping into the single digits tonight. high pressure and cold air for wednesday means sun but highs
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on wednesday and by thursday well be in the single digits with sub-zero lows. we should warm back to near seasonal by the weekend with some light snow returning. today: partly sunny. chance of evening snow showers. high: 22 wind: wsw 10-15 mph 9 wind: w 3-9 mph tuesday: mostly sunny. cold. high: 14 wind: wsw 5-10 mph wednesday:mostly cloudy and very cold. am low: 2 high: 12 wind: nw 5-15 mph thursday: mostly sunny, bitter cold. am low: -3 high: 6 wind: nw 10-20 mph friday: mostly cloudy with the chance for snow. am low: 0 high: 22 wind: s 5-15 mph saturday: mostly cloudy with the chance for snow. am low: 16 high: 32 wind: sw-nw 15-25 mphforecast from fox6 chief meteorologist rob haswell a bit of sun today as yesterdays storm low move off to our east. colder air starts
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20s this afternoon and dipping into the single digits tonight. high pressure and cold air for wednesday means sun but highs only in the low teens. we cool further on wednesday and by thursday well be in the single digits with sub-zero lows. we should warm back to near seasonal by the weekend with some light snow returning. today: partly sunny. chance of evening snow showers. high: 22 wind: wsw 10-15 mph tonight: a few clouds. low: 9 wind: w 3-9 mph tuesday: mostly sunny. cold. high: 14 wind: wsw 5-10 mph wednesday:mostly cloudy and very cold. am low: 2 high: 12 wind: nw 5-15 mph thursday: mostly sunny, bitter cold. am low: -3 high: 6 wind: nw 10-20 mph friday: mostly cloudy with the chance for snow. am low: 0 high: 22 wind: s 5-15 mph saturday: mostly cloudy with the chance for snow. am low: 16
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awards season, with the critics' choice awards giving us an early look at some of the best of 20-16. last night there was seemingly no way host t-j miller was going to avoid mentioning his arrest friday for
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but he was able to "dance" around the subject. "before we start, we need to address, before we start yeah, we need to address the elephant in the room. i think that's important. it's been in the news all weekend and it's really affected me. the election was definitely hacked by the russians." miller then focused on the show, where several films won multiple awards, natalie portman best actress honors. and "manchester by the sea" which casey affleck took home best actor for. dozens of different films received awards throughout the night, but the musical "la la land" starring ryan gosling and emma stone was the big winner taking home eight awards. is georgia becoming the next hollywood? the peach state is becoming one of the world's top states for film and television production. fox's
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and action" along with california and new york---georgia has become one of the leading states for film and tv production... dergarabedian says: "in 2015 the movie industry and tv represented $6 billion to the georgia economy, so this is no small thing and the tax incentives that are offered at 20% tax credit right in the beginning and an additional 10% tax credit if you in your credits. so they are really trying to incensivize production to go there both film and tv." snd full: the walking dead "i'm going to kill you" tv's biggest series, "the walking dead" films there, dwayne johnson recently wrapped the new "baywatch" film, "birth of a nation" was shot there along with the new "macgyver" series, "the hunger games" movies, "the vampire diaries" and some upcoming fox tv series... including "sleepy hollow", "24 legacy" and the musical drama
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the lord" music latifah says: "there's always a musical heritage here and especially with my kind of music from the '90's on." daniels says: "the music is off the chain here in atlanta and if i'm not learning i can't provide a story for you so i'm learning about atlanta as we are writing." snd full: 24 legacy trailer "there's a situation at ctu" otto says: "it's fascinating how many things are going on here." on, i just want to know if it's got a good airport to get in and out of, a good hub and good restaurants and good sports teams." snd full: sleepy hollow clip "beatsy believe me i'm telling the truth" greenwood says: "the infristructure is really good right now cause there's so many productions and people are so used to people shooting in so many places so it brings alot." snd full: american grit clip " you can do it" and expect a change in scenery for season 2 of "american
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part of hampton island... cena says: "it will be a new experience on our compadre to get them to apply what they have learned to live outside the battlefield and it certainly be a new experience for out competitors who have never dealt with anything like this before." snd full: american grit clip "the endurance challenge has begun" in hollywood, adam housley, fox news. fox 6 wake up will be right
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the real inventor of the reuben sandwich may be debatable, but its great taste is not. at subway, this authentic classic is stacked with lean corned beef, bavarian-style sauerkraut, swiss cheese and thousand island dressing on new freshly-baked rye bread.
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at night. rich demuro explains the settings you can change to help you rest better. he joins us live from l-a with this morning's tech report. the smartphone is an amazing thing... but that bright screen and all those non-stop notifications could be keeping you up at night. thankfully there are a few settings you can tweak for more sleep. glued to these screens all day long... then at night, its one more check before bed. dr alon avidan... director of the ucla sleep disorder center... says that a recipe for disaster. 11;08;13/that interrupts the sleep architecture fortunately, the right smartphone settings might just help you get a better nights sleep. first up... control those notifications at night... 11;07;59/thats cause of environmental insomnia at night
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both android and ios. set your quiet hours... and it only allows important notifications and calls to come through. if youre worried about someone being able to reach you in an emergency, activate the setting that allow someone to call twice in a row and ring your phone. nats...lullaby next setting... the one that filters blue light after sunset. 11;12;22/the blue light inhibits it essentially blocks the secretion of melatonin, me signal that allows us to fall asleep on ios, look for night shift in your display settings... on android, its called night light... have this feature turn on automatically from sunset to sunrise each day. dont have the option built in? try the twilight app. finally, check out the bedtime option inside the clock on ios. set your wake up time, and how much sleep you want to get, and your phone will tell you when its time to get to bed! if youre reading before bed on a tablet... you should activate bed! if youre reading before bed on a tablet... you should activate
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bed! if youre reading before bed on a tablet... you should activate the blue light filter there... on amazons kindle fire tablets the feature is called blue shade. see these tips one more time on the website...rich on tech dot tv. real milwaukee starts now intro show: welcome to real
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cassandra is still off -- so kim is here! welcome to real milwaukee!

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