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perfect. shortly after kendra haney learns her sister has been murdered, she tells those around her that 15-year-old melanie johnson loved to read and was a good babysitter. were hurting behind this, like, a lot. were hurting a lot behind this. this really is gonna be tough for us to go through. just pray for us. monday night, an inspector tells us police have no suspect and no motive, adding its too soon to tell if johnson was the intended target. milwaukees most recent homicide happened shortly before six oclock. put th kids losing their lives behind nonsense violence. relatives say johnson died at her moms house. police say the shooter fired into the building from outside. both investigators, and a grieving big sister, want to know who pulled the trigger. i just want them to find out who did this and give us some peace. for neighbors this is, sadly, a familiar scene. less than two months ago, the
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was shot and killed in his business. live at 35th and silver spring, a.j. bayatpour, fox 6 news. ted thanks aj more breaking news now - this time from cudahy. several people have been displaced after a fire at this building on creekside and college around 7:00 tonight. . no word on how it started or if there are any injuries.. but we'll bring you updates on fox6 now dot com. we've shoveled, now we have to bundle! an important alert tonight about the
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- the next few days. weather expert tom wachs joins us out on the weather deck. 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 and wind chills around zero during 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. 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
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cold. am low: 6 high: 14 wind: wnw 15-25 mph now would be a good time to download the fox6 storm center app. keep an eye on the temperature from your phone. it's free for apple and android. new tonight-- milwaukee police are looking for the person who held up a post office. it happened a little after 3 this afternoonat 35th and capitol. we're told the suspect showed a gun and got away with cash. and sadly-- that isn't the only mail- related crime to report tonight. someone stole a truck's worth of mail... and in another case-- an entire amazon delivery truck disappeared! fox 6's brittany shannon with the rash of bold holiday thefts... mike guerrero's festive home is just a block away from where a grinch
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mail truck. "49:36 its just terrible its just terrible 39" saturday, milwaukee police say a witness saw someone steal items from a postal vehicle here near griffin and euclid. the suspect took off-- and the mailman came back to an empty truck. "57:14 somebody had wiped out the whole back of his truck 16" patti madden's mother lives next to where it happened. "56:59 the postman came to her door and asked if she had seen anything because somebody had robbed his mail truck on north milwaukee street, milwaukee police say an amazon delivery driver was robbed of her keys. three suspects then hopped in her amazon delivery van and took off. inside--we're told--75 packages. "52:43 anybody whos so emboldened to go into a vehicle like that, i dont know what they would stop at 52:50" guerrero still spreading holiday cheer....hoping the grinch gets caught. vehicle like that, i dont know what they would stop at 52:50" guerrero still spreading holiday cheer....hoping the grinch gets caught. we are waiting to hear back from
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theft of mail. milwaukee police say the amazon delivery truck was recovered. they are still searching for the suspects. in milwaukee, brittany shannon fox 6 news. ted thanks brittany the two women charged in connection to the death of a seven- year-old boy plead not guilty. 44-year-old etter hughes and 47-year old mary martinez are charged with neglecting a child and child abuse. trevion winningham was in their care when he was taken to the hospital late last month. investigators say the boy was badly bruised and malnourished the man accused of drowning his infant son reached a plea deal today. 25-year-old sean flowers' trial was supposed to start today-- instead he plead guilty to first-degree reckless homicide. police say he waded into a pond holding the 3-month-old-- and when a witness tried to save him flowers swam into even deeper water. his sentencing is scheduled for late january. the two girls accused of trying to kill a classmate will be
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morgan geyser were trying to please the fictional character slenderman. today geyser's attorneys argued her confession should be thrown out. since the crime she has been diagnosed with early onset schizophrenia a now retired sheriff's lieutenant testified how geyser confessed. he says he read geyser her miranda rights and she waived them. i asked her where the blood came from. she told me she was forced to stab her best friend to death. a judge wi the fate of the confession at a later date. a milwaukee woman has a warning for others after she says a man tried to sexually assault her in a locker room. stephanie grady joins us in studio tonight with the details. the alleged incident occurred at the y-m- c-a branch at 14th and north back in october. the 27-year-old victim says a man came into the women's locker room, forced her into a shower and tried to sexually assault
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child walked in and spooked the man. he ran away. milwaukee police confirm they are investigating-- but no arrests have been made. that's why the victim says she wanted to share her story. so other members of "the y" can be on alert. 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 fox 6 "the y" has fully turned over the names of people who checked in on october 15th. tonight-- the interim ceo of the milwaukee ymca reached out to provide more detail. jack takerian tells fox6, 'the video the ymca turned over to the milwaukee police department on the day of the alleged incident, we are not seeing any such incident occur or a male enter a female locker room.' port washington police are trying to identify the three men accused of beating a bartender over the
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schooner pub early saturday morning. we're told the bartender was attacked when trying to stop the men from hassling a female customer. if you can identify them-- give officers a call. wisconsin's recount is over -- and president-elect donald trump actually added to his lead-- gaining 131 votes. the elections commission certified the results a day ahead of the federal deadline, guaranteeing that congress will recognize wisconsins 10 electoral votes. green party ca requested the recount after concerns were raised that the state's voting machines may have been hacked. the commission says it found no such evidence. "the commissions job was to see if they hacked our system and they did not hack our system." 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
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walker and house speaker paul ryan will also be there. the details are on our website fox6 now dot com. if the surging packers make the playoffs, they could be a tough team to beat. especially the way aaron rodgers is playing. of course, he's not one hundred percent. tom pipines is here with what came out of green bay on the quarterback's calf injury. mary.. the calf injury aaron rodgers the seahawks isn't thought to be as severe as the one in twenty fourteen. it probably happened because he's favoring the tender hamstring. coach mccarthy says as long as his qb can set his feet, he should be fine..if not limited. rodgers has been playing brilliantly...and his teammates have picked up the pace. sunday's defensive performance was sensational. this is the packers team we thought we'd see before the 4 game skid..and the
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we got players coming back. we were challenged in the secondary there for about a month and a half. we had a position that was pretty much depleted in our corners. and we were playing really really young players. if we can keep players in the same position we'll be better as we move forward." one packers player has a new job description..not that you haven't already noticed. see ya with that story shopping for a new big screen to watch the game? we've got good news for you. competition is driving the prices down this holiday season. in tonight's contact 6 report-- tips for buying a new t-v for christmas. and new at 10-- milwaukee police are taking part in a "roundup". still ahead-- we'll show you how they're partnering with their
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holiday season? we've got good news: screen sizes are bigger than ever, and prices keep falling. consumer reports is out with some helpful tv-buying advice. jenna sachs has the details in this contact 6 report. jose irizarry is on the lookout for a new tv. he says theres only one way to find the set thats right for you. "lotta research." experts at consumer reports have done their research and expect to see major sony as part of some holiday deals. in the past, those deals have mostly included only budget brands like tcl, hisense and westinghouse. "some of the lesser brands have been really aggressive both in the 1080p and 4k markets. what thats done is put a lot of pricing pressure on the major brands." that means your money goes further. for example, for 500 dollars, you should be able to get a 40-inch 4k ultra hd tv from a top-performing brand, something that would have cost you nearly twice as much just a few
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matures, as new features come into the marketplace, at first theyre expensive. then they become less expensive as they, you know, get rolled out into mainstream models." thats why for 750 dollars you should be able to buy a higher tier 50-inch 4k ultra hd set from a major brand, which consistently do better in consumer reports ratings than value brands. spend a little more and youll likely get a larger screen and more of the latest features including better video dynamic range which can yield better contrast and more realistic looking images. because most people keep their tvs for 7- 10 years, consumer reports says its worth it to spend that extra hundred or hundred and fifty dollars if it means getting a higher-quality tv. i'm jenna sachs contact 6. new at 10-- milwaukee police are partnering with "shielded hearts" to help kids in need this holiday season. shielded hearts is a non-profit
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officers' wives and girlfriends. today chief ed flynn joined them for a special news conference. they're "rounding up" new toys, books and stuffed animals for the child advocacy center-- which helps abused and neglected kids in milwaukee county. "it is something that provides comfort for them at a time where life is very challenging for them. in addition to that some of those children have never had a new toy, so this comfort item provides them with something special for if you'd like to help out you can make a donation from now until january 6th. we have a list of the police departments taking part on our website-- fox6 now dot com. up in green bay-- aaron rodgers is raising money for the salvation army. today he signed autographs in the lambeau field atrium in exchange for a 100 dollar donation-- which he then matched. only the first 2-hundred people got to meet him-- so people started
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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 an during 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. another winter storm could
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tuned. tonight: light snow showers overnight. low: 10 wind: wsw 5-10 mph tuesday: mostly sunny. blustery and 10-20 mph wednesday:partly sunny, windy and cold. am low: 6 high: 14 wind: wnw 15-25 mph thursday: partly sunny, bitter cold.
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high: 7 wind: nw 10-20 mph friday: cloudy with the chance for snow. am low: 5 high: 23 wind: se 5-10 mph saturday: cloudy with the chance for snow. am low: 20 high: 30 wind:w mostly cloudy. am low: 5
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montgomery was seen as a bigger version of fellow receiver randall cobb. his 220 pounds have come in handy---and led to a new job description.. the coaches comments in the blitz and fox 6 sports.
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here at wide receiver and the job that he does on richard sherman." davante adams grounding seahawks pro bowl cornerback and well-known trash talker richard sherman into submission. that's the kind of effort the pack'll need on every play-in the final 3 games- of detroit-to make the playoffs they also need their quarterback to continue to play at an mvp level. aaron rodgers is already in the rest and rehab mode for the calf injury he suffered early in yesterday's win. coach mike mccarthy said today that as long as rodgers can demonstrate good footwork, he should be able to function sunday at chicago. rodgers is still throwing the ball to ty montgomery, but the versatile 2nd
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this isn't exactly breaking news-given the chances he's received at running back..but ty's title has officially changed. 12:13:42 "ty's a running back. i apologize for not making an announcement. he hasn't been to a receive meeting in months". 12:13:51 the playoff push continues...packers/ bears, sunday, high noon on fox. tim and brandon live from soldier field right afterwards. they'll have lots of locker room reaction and defensive lineman mike daniels. we'll wrap the whole day up on the fox six sports blitz sunday night at 10:35. badgers offensive tackle ryan ramczyk has been named an associated press first team all-american...
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from uw stevens point. joining him on the team..outside linebacker t.j. watt from pewaukee. hey..it's not the rose bowl..but paul chryst's young men will play in the cotton bowl for the first time when they meet 13 and oh western michigan january 2nd in arlington, texas. we go to the air candada centre, where the bucks didn't help their cause against high-scoring toronto by missing their first 12 three pointers and digging themselves a 26 point hole. giannis and jabari cut the margin to 10 in the 3rd quarter. the greek
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raptors outscored 'em by 30 from beyond the arc. terrence ross keys a 14-2 fourth quarter run with 24 points..14 above his average. the bucks loss for the 6th straight time to the team from north of the border, 122-100.
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for the holidays "slice of ice" will open for the season! you can see it's ready to go-- all the red arrow park ice rink needs now is skaters. it's completely free if you bring your own skates. or you can rent a pair there for 8 dollars. the fun starts at 3 o'clock tomorrow wakeup starts at 4:30! breaking news anytime at
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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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