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we start 11 with breaking news -- with what could be the area's first cold milwaukee county medical examiner's office tweeting it is investigating the death of a 55-year- old man. he was found near 23rd and keefe. we're told he collapsed while shoveling and later died at the hospital. ever since the snow started falling over the weekend - crews have been working non stop to clean up the snow. and because more than four inches fell in milwaukee...special parking 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
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challenging at times. the eastbound lanes of i-894 near 60th street reopened this morning after an overnight crash caused them to be shut down. the greenfield fire department tweeted that it involved a plow truck and a vehicle...and that one person was taken to the hospital. no word on that person's condition -- or what caused the crash. all lanes reopened around five this morning. and a reminder to all drivers to use caution on the roads-- this is a s-u-v that ran into an electrical box and some trees near 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." waukesha county authorities say there was one crash that resulted in an injury. and 38 reports of cars sliding into
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weather right from your phone. just download the fox 6 storm center app, it's available on android and apple. new at 11 -- milwaukee police are asking for the public's help in identifying three suspects... wanted in three robberies.. in 30 minutes. the thefts happened on the city's northwest side last wednesday -- december 7th. first at a walgreens on 91st and appleton.. around 12:40 p-m then at a family dollar near 90th and appleton. police say the third theft was a strong armed robbery -- at the pick n save on silver spring. one of the suspects punched an employee who was trying to stop them. anyone with information is asked to contact milwaukee police. in the slenderman stabbing
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now underway for morgan geyser in waukesha county. geyser and anissa weier are accused of stabbing a classmate when they were 12...to please the fictional character slenderman. the girls are now fifteen. their lawyers maintain the children had mental health concerns and were not represented when they were questioned by police. they are asking that confessions and statements made at the time of the crime in may 2014 be thrown out. also in court today -- the two women charged in connection to the death of a 7-year-old. etter hughes and mary martinez wee 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. today is the deadline for the wisconsin election recount. green party presidential nominee jill stein lead the effort for the recount. nearly all of the states 72 counties are finished with the recount. wisconsin faces a federal deadline tomorrow to report results for the electoral college. state
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been recounted. an information session on milwaukee's water will be held later today. 70 thousand households in milwaukee are affected by lead laterals. representatives from various city departments will be presenting information 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. that vote expected to take pla the winter weather may have slowed down some yesterday -- but not the packers. starting things off quick-- aaron rodgers threw for 66 yards to davante adams. pack leading 7 - zero against the seattle seahawks. then ty montgomery- playing running back-- scores again after a morgan burnett interception. before halftime when rodgers hits jordy nelson for the first of two on the day for nelson-
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big story was the packers defense, which forced six turnovers... including 5 interceptions of former badger russell wilson. 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 mike mccarthy. well, on sunday it was really the game. six of them. the packers created them and they were contagious. it was fun. i mean, it's always fun to take 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. there wasn't a better time for it to happen.
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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." theres recycling and then theres wish-cycling. contact 6 explains the most common recycling mistakes after the break -- president-elect donald trump is pushing back reports that russian hackers influenced the election in his favor.. it's now been six months since 49 people were killed at pulse victims. "i'm tom hooper, i'm katrina 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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president-elect donald trump is pushing back against reports russian hackers tried to influence the u-s election in his favor. it comes as mr. trump is about to name his pick for secretary of state. fox's doug luzad latest from washington. we should learn more about donald trump's pick for secretary of state in 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
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commander-in-chief. but when it comes to the c-i-a -- and, reports that the agency believes russia tried to help trump win the 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 to e- mails from the democratic national committee and hillary clinton's campaign chairman -- were trying 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 --
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widely believed to be exxonmobil c-e-o rex tillerson. trump says "..and to me, a great advantage is he knows many of the 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. who opened fire on two officers is dead. the officers were shot while serving a search warrant at a home in byron early this morning. the suspect started shooting when the officers went into the home. one officer is still in the hospital being treated for serious injuries -- the other officer was treated and released. we're told the officers are part of the peach county drug task force. today marks six months since the massacre at pulse nightclub in
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am eastern time at the club. that's the exact time gunman omar mateen started shooting inside on june 12. 49 people died and and 53 others were injured. mateen was shot and killed by police. only those with a direct connection to the shooting attended this morning's ceremony. a more public event is scheduled for later today. looking around the world... funerals began this morning in turkey.. in honor of the 44 people killed in bombings saturday. a kurdish militant group is claiming responsibilit istanbul. most of the people killed were police officers -- another 155 people were injured in the blasts. president erdogan was at the funerals today -- and so were hundreds of turkish people touched by the tragedy. turkish officials say 13 people are now under arrest in connection with the attack. meanwhile in egypt -- people there also holding funeral services this morning for the victims of a terror attack in a church in cairo. officials say a suicide bomber struck during mass yesterday at a
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coptic christian cathedral -- killing 25 people. many of those killed were women and children. egypt's president reportedly said the bomber was a 22 year old man. security forces have arrested three men and a woman in connection with the attack -- they are said to be looking for two more suspects. in south africa -- thousands filling the streets of pretoria yesterday for the nelson mandela remembrance walk. the annual walk is held in honor of the anti-apartheid leader and former south african president -- to remember his contribution to the welfare of the country. nelson mandela died back in 20-13 at ag
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changes at mitchell international and a quadgraphics upgrade. dan shafer joins us live from the milwaukee business journal headquarters -- let's start with -- the airport. on mitchell airport landing a new international carrier.. 1. what is the new carrier? 2. wh quad/graphics upgrading new
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planning? 2. what will be happening at this plant? of show to enjoy with the
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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
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here's a look at this morning's big stories at 1130. winter parking rules are in
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different on every street. we'll have the details. we begin with breaking news - of what could be the area's first snow- related death. the milwaukee county medical examiner's office is investigating the death of a 55-year-old man. he was found near 23rd and keefe. we're told he collapsed while shoveling and later died at the hospital. stick with fox 6 news on air and onlines for the latest updates. city of milwaukee d-p-w crews worked through the night clearing snow and salting... that means parking regulations are strictly enforced to give them plenty of
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towed. deandra corinthios has more from the
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down lanes of i-894 near 60th street this morning. they have since reopened. the greenfield fire departme truck and a vehicle...and that one person was taken to the hospital. no word on that person's condition -- or what caused the crash. all lanes reopened around five this morning. and a reminder to all drivers to 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
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it or not, a lot of jumpstarts." waukesha county authorities says there was one crash that resulted in an injury. and 38 reports of cars sliding into ditches as of last night. the winter storm hit much of the midwest -- and the snow snarled flights in chicago. more than 13-hundred flights were cancelled yesterday alone at o'hare and midway airports. crews were out overnight there clearing the runways for normal most flights this morning are on time...and cancellations are dramatically down. so far -- o'hare has about 60 canceled flights today...and midway only has one.
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are asking for the public's help in identifying three suspects... wanted in connection with three robberies.. in 30 minutes. the thefts happened on the city's northwest side last wednesday -- december 7th. first at a
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family dollar near 90th and appleton. police say the third theft was a strong armed robbery -- at the pick n save on silver spring. one of the suspects punched an employee who was trying to stop them. anyone with information is asked to contact milwaukee police. today is the deadline for the wisconsin election recount. green party presidential nominee jill stein lead the effort for the recount. nearly all of the states 72 counties are finished with the recount. wisconsin faces a federal deadline tomorrow to report results for the electoral college. st more than 2 point 8 million ballots have been recounted. an information session on milwaukee's water will be held later today. 70 thousand households in milwaukee are affected by lead laterals. representatives from various city departments will be presenting information 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
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tomorrow. the packers stomped on the seahawks... winning 38 to 10 on a snow-covered lambeau field. the big story was the packer 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 mike mccarthy. well, on sunday it was really 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
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come in bunches. there wasn't a better time for 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." we're glued to our screens all day -- and it could be keeping us up all night. in today's tech report.. the settings that might help you get more sleep. underway.... who were the big winners at last night's critics choice awards. every year the city of milwaukee recycles 50 million pounds of materials. contact six shows you where it
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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 matter." every year the city of milwaukee recycles 50 million pounds of materials. people mean well when they choose to recycle-- but mistakes are made-- and some of them aren't so
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of those mistakes can be downright dangerous. this is where your recycling ends up ... when you leave your cart at the curb in milwaukee. the mount rainier of recyclables ... a pile so high ... it only makes sense that some stowaways ... are hiding inside. some of them harmful. propane tanks, those are never ever recyclable in your recycling cart, they can cause serious injury to our employees as well as the equipment. milwaukee's materials recovery even been damaged by lawnmower blades. though the mrf's most common offenders ... are what staff call "tanglers' anything that can get wrapped around the equipment, that includes things like garden hoses and extension cords and bungee cords. from this massive pile of paper and plastics ... materials are loaded onto conveyer belts. nat pop, beep
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pre- sort room ... they'll pulling off large bulky rigid plastics like laundry baskets, things that can be recycled. laundry baskets, five gallon buckets. staff here are the first line of defense ... against non- recyclables ... like plastic bags ... small and large ... or shoes, clothing, rubber ... even roadkill. another common mistake we sometimes see are wood items, two by fours. from there ... co rounds of sorters ... who pull off items by type. machines do more sorting ... some of it by laser. nat pop of laser puff sound it's a lot of work ... to protect the integrity of the recycling process. and while some recycling mistakes seems obvious ... others ... no so much. paper can be recycled, so newspaper, cardboard. analiese smith says most people have the basics of recycling down ...
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of your detergent bottles, shampoo bottles. magazines are a yes ... styrofoam cartons no. prescription pill bottles and juice boxes ... yes. ziplock bags and plastic soda rings, no. plastic cutlery, straws those are garbage as well. when it comes to recycling ... a lot of us mean well ... but make mistakes. insiders call that 'wish-cycling' ... and i'm guilty. jenna: when i send out my recycling i have it tied up tight, in a bag. but you're telling me i shouldn't do that. analiese: yeah, we prefer items be lose in the cart. some oth ... greasy pizza boxes. if the grease stain is smaller than your hand ... you can recycle it. you cannot recycle your mcdonalds soda cup ... or your coffee paper cup ... because they're made of that waxy paper material. all this said ... a lot of communities have different rules about recycling .. which makes things confusing. for broad statewide rules ... go to recyclemorewisconsin.org. i'm jenna sachs. contact 6.
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we're are now officially in 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 alleged battery of a car service driver, 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, including "jackie" which landed natalie portman best actress
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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. are you losing sleep because you're glued to your screens all day?... "the smartphone settings that just might help you get some more sleep. i'm rich demuro that's coming up in
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