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not hack our system. that was one of green party candidate jill steins reasons for requesting the recount. now, the c-i-a says that russia may have tried to influence the election in favor of mr. trump, republicans like house speaker paul ryan are weighing in. one day before he and governor scott walker are set to appear with mr trump for a 'thank you' rally in west allis - ryan said he supported a congressional investigation into cyber attacks. fullscreen ryan said 'any intervention by russia is especially problematic because, under president putin, russia has been an aggressor that consistently undermines american interests.'monday, governor scott evidence of a hack. and he compared the possibility of russia helping trump to the leader of scotland endorsing clinton during the campaign. i dont think leaders from other countries, one way or the other, whether its for donald trump or hillary clinton or any other candidate — i think its best left to americans to make those decisions :00 walker called the recount 'ridiculous.'speaking to conservative talk radio host charlie sykes, walker said he and fellow republicans would seek changes to the state law that allowed green party
keith, fox6 news. we don't yet know the actual cost of the recount, but stein must pay the bill. in the meantime-- president-elect donald trump will be in west allis tomorrow. he's holding a thank you rally at the state fair expo center at 7:00. governor scott walker and house speaker paul ryan will be there. tickets are still available-- we've posted the details on our website fox6 now dot com. get ready for temperatures in of days. weather expert tom wachs joins us now with a look ahead. a few light snow showers are possible around midnight. no accumulation expected. temperatures will fall through the teens, to around 10 by morning. mostly sunny, blustery and cold on tuesday with a high around 17 and wind chills around zero
cold wednesday with a high around 14 and wind chills below zero all day. morning wind chills wednesday will be in the -10 to -15 range. partly sunny and bitter cold thursday. highs in the single digits. morning wind chills around -20, afternoon wind chills -5 to -15. another winter storm could impact us friday into saturday. stay tuned. tonight: light snow showers overnight. low: 10 wind: wsw 5-10 mph tuesday: mostly sunny. blustery and cold. high: 17 wind: w 10-20 mph wedn sunny, windy and cold. am low: 6 high: 14
now's a great time to download the fox6 storm center app to your mobile device. it's free for apple and android devices -- and even offers a temperature layer on the interactive radar. the milwaukee county medical examiner's office is investigating a possible snow-related death. a 55-year-old man was shoveling near 23rd and keefe when he collapsed. he was taken to the hospital-- but didn't make it. police are investigating a homicide. they got the call a little before 11 this morning. a 27-year-old man was suffering from multiple gunshot wounds and died. no suspects are in custody. the so-called slenderman case has been ongoing for more than two years. now as trial gets closer.. a judge has ruled morgan geyser and anissa weier-- accused of trying to kill a friend to please the fictional character-- will have separate trials. fox six's myra sanchick has new
monday morgan geyser's attorneys asked her confession that day be thrown out, that the trial be held in a county other than waukesha due to all the publicity, and that the two girls have separate trials. i think that the girls are so different so it needs to be separate may 14th 2014 paul renkis was a waukesha sheriff's lt. who responded to the crime scene, a little girl stabbed in a wooded area multiple times. the retired officer told how geyser confessed. he says he read miranda rights to the girl and she waived more about what happened. i asked her where the blood came from. she told me she was forced to stab her best friend to death. .. telling renkis the girls committed the crime for slenderman. she told me she had a sleepover and she and another girl stabbed a girl and they were forced to stab her. a detective who interviewed geyser on videotape says he had
geyser if she understood her rights but did not re read her the miranda rights again. morgan geyser is being interviewed by a psychiatrist preparing a report on her mental health issues. ?while the judge ruled today to separate the trials... he will decision on geyser's confession.. at a later date. live in the newsroom myra sanchick fox6 news steph thanks myra the two women charged in connection to the death of a seven- year-old boy p 44-year-old etter hughes and 47-year old mary martinez are charged with neglecting a child and child abuse. trevion winnigham was in their care when he was taken to the hospital late last month. investigators say the boy was badly bruised and malnourished when he died. the man accused of drowning his infant son reaches a plea deal. 25-year-old sean flowers' trial was supposed to start today-- instead he pleaded guilty to an amended charge of first-degree reckless homicide.
when a witness tried to save him flowers swam into even deeper water. his sentencing is scheduled for late january. the man arrested for allegedly threatening the wauwatosa police department will not be charged. instead he'll get a municipal citation for "unlawful use of a telephone". police say the threat was one of several made last week-- after it was announced no charges will be filed against the officer who shot and killed jay anderson. investigating an attempted sexual assault inside a ymca on the city's north side. the alleged incident occurred at the y branch at 14th and north. fox6's madeline anderson talks exclusively with the victim about what happened. it's been nearly two months since a member of this ymca on west north ave has been back-- still too shaken to use the facility.
recognized. the 27-year-old woman... who wants to remain anonymous for her safety... says on october 15th... a man went into the women's locker room and tried to sexually assault her. when i got out of the shower, we met face to face. i just stopped like, i was very stunned. he forced me back into the shower and he closed the curtain behind him and blocked himself where i couldnt get out. that's when the woman says a mom and her child walked in... and spooked the man... who a reported the incident to y-staff and to milwaukee police.. an mpd spokesman says officers are currently investigating. but with the suspect still out there... the woman fears he will try to do this again to someone else. that is the ultimate reason why i wanted to come forward. because there are a lot of children who attend this ymca. the ymca's operations executive tells me the y has fully cooperated with police... and turned over the names of people who checked in on october 15th... as well as any surveillance video from that
madeline anderson fox6 news. ted thanks madeline still developing tonight-- three crimes in 30 minutes! police say these three men repeatedly ran into stores and ran out with stolen merchandise. how you can help catch them. and three weeks after aaron rodgers said the packers could run the table, green bay has three straight wins...... his teammates tell you why, ahead in fox six sports....
suspects committed three crimes in just 30 minutes. see if you recognize the suspects. police say they started their spree at the walgreens near 91st and appleton on december 7th. they stole an item and ran out with it. 20 minutes later-- they hit up the family dollar across the street. and then they moved on to the dollar tree near 103rd and silver spring. police say an employee there tried to stop them-- only to be punched. three in 30 minutes surprises me, but crime doesnt surprise milwaukee used to be a great city, but its, slowly, deteriorating. you know, its becoming the crime center of the world, seems like, you know? so much crime, you know? if you recognize the suspects-- give police a call. get ready for some brutal wind chills. weather expert tom wachs is in
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just one of the mounting jobs on monday "it is the day after the snow fall and we are really busy during the deep freezes, so probably thursday." without walking more than a block, we found enough winter to go around. 'its deep over here.' for melissa stevenson 'its not a huge deal...but..' shes trying to brush it off. the snow, and, 'today at 9:42 this morning.' the parking ticket. haley omick 'i got one yesterday though...' is good this morning but trying to laugh off the ticket she scored sunday. and thats probably the best way to reminder, 'oh...i dont want to talk about.' of where you can park during a heavy snow. the city was handing out quite a few. 'theres a ticket. heres a ticket, ticket, theyre lucky, theyre lucky, and heres another ticket. ten in one block at 40 dollars a pop. 'its just extra money, right before the holidays.' a costly winter morning and we're just getting started. 'i called
the tickets are just the start, if we're adding all the jump starts and the towing fees, this storm is causing a lot of grief for drivers. reporting live in milwaukee, jonathon gregg fox6 news. steph thanks jonathon adlib to weather weather a few light snow showers are possible around midnight. no accumulation expected. temperatures will fall through the teens, to around 10 by morning. mostly sunny, blustery and cold on tuesday with a high around 17
the day. partly sunny, windy and very cold wednesday with a high around 14 and wind chills below zero all day. morning wind chills wednesday will be in the -10 to -15 range. partly sunny and bitter cold thursday. highs in the single digits. morning wind chills around -20, afternoon wind chills -5 to -15. impact us friday into saturday. stay tuned. tonight: light snow showers overnight. low: 10 wind: wsw 5-10 mph tuesday: mostly sunny. blustery and cold. high: 17 wind: w 10-20 mph wednesday:partly sunny, windy and cold. am low: 6 high: 14 wind: wnw 15-25 mph thursday: partly sunny, bitter
aaron rodgers is already in the rest and rehab mode for the calf injury he suffered early in yesterday's win over the seahawks.... coach mike mccarthy says today that as long as rodgers can demonstrate good footwork, he should be able to function sunday at chicago.... the team is clearly functioning better after rodgers talked of running the table three weeks, and three wins ago..... here's brandon cruz... r-e-l-a-x. well this season, aaron rodgers said this team can roll through the rest of the way, as they can put it on their shoulders and win out. well the rest of the team has been listening and so far so good. well, shoot if he said it then he need to back it up. you know, we trust him and we'll fight for him any day. when he says something, that is our leader. we listen to what he says and what his mentality is, but at the same time every
the same thing, and was just the first one to get in front of the cameras and say it first. most of the people in this room probably didn't believe when i said i think we can run the table but i was confident in our abilities and getting guys back from some injuries. that we were gonna start playing a little better. more of a more complete game in all three phases. so now the packers will hope to keep this going when they go to chicago on sunday and face the rival bears. from lambeau field, brandon cruz, fox6 sports. next up for green bay is a noon kickoff at chicago on you live from soldier field right afterwards with lots of locker room reaction and defensive lineman mike daniels will join us, as well... then of course, we'll wrap the whole day up and what it means in the playoff chase on the fox six sports blitz at 10:35 pm... that's all this sunday... badgers left tackle ryan ramczyk is named a first team associated press all-american today and linebacker tj watt of pewaukee is a second teamer.... pretty impressive for a pair of first- year starters.... wisconsin's basketball team is pretty impressive in the second half saturday against marquette... today, the badgers bump up to number 14 in the
"we played at creighton about a month ago. we're better than when we played there. i think that's helped us. i've always said teams usually grow through adversity and have to go through some rough times. the maui trip helped us, creighton helped us and hopefully we can continue to get better." and the brewers announce today that they are bringing veteran pitcher tim dillard back for another season in the organization on a minor-league contract..... in addition to still having something to offer on the mound and in the bullpen, dillard is a major league talent on social media... boys of summer...
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