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down. its too many kids losing their lives behind nonsense violence. now at seven --- a desperate plea from a milwaukee family after a teenager is shot and killed while inside her home. ahead in a live report --- the latest on the investigation and search for suspects. plus --- president-elect donald trump makes his pick for secretary of state. ahead why he made the choice and details on his rally happening today in west allis. good morning and welcome back to wakeup! time now x:xx weather mostly sunny and cold today with high temperatures in the low teens. daytime wind chills will stay
tomorrow with lows in the single digits and highs in the low teens. wind chills will be in the single digits and teens below zero. nighttime wind chills wednesday will be in the teens and 20s thursday only in the single digits. snow chances return by friday and continue into saturday but temperatures briefly warm in to the 20s. today: mostly sunny and cold. high: 14 wind: nw 5-15 mph tonight: a few clouds. low: 4 wind: wsw 5-15 mph anchor adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no
this morning. a police officer is injured -- after a shooting in nashville. the suspect had barricaded himself inside a nearby motel. police say the officer was shot in the shoulder... he is in the hospital this morning. we'll continue to follow this story and bring you updates as we get them. a deadly crash in kenosha county is under investigation this morning. it happened on i-94 near the highway 142 exit. we're told that a woman died after she hit the median...and was southbound. three people in the other car were injured...and are expected to be ok. it's unclear what caused the crash. the interstate was shut down overnight but all lanes have since reopened. a man is recovering this morning after a shooting on milwaukee's near northside. around 12-30 police say they were called to the area of fourth and center after a fight ends in gunfire. we're told a 49-year-old man was taken to the hospital for non-life threatening injuries. m-p-d investigators have several possible leads on a potential suspect, but right now no on is
a teenage girl shot and killed. investigators are trying to figure out if she was the intended target...as the family mourns the loss. deandra corinthios is live near the scene at 35th and silver spring with the latest 15 year old melanie johnson was inside her mother's home...when police the shooter or shooters fired into the building from outside. 6 p-m monday night. anxious relatives gathered near the scene at 35th and silver spring. police say it is unclear if johnson was the intended target. johnsons sister tells us her younger sibling didn't have any enemies. she says johnson was quote "perfect"...she liked to read and enjoyed being a babysitter. she says she had just seen her sister that afternoon...then she got a phone
for other siblings im sorry i just i just really i just really need to know who did this what is going on what is happening" relatives say johnson was in the kitchen when she was shot. mpd is searching for suspects. live at 35th and silver spring dc fox6 news. afternoon...then she got a phone call with the awful news. "im sorry for my mom im sorry for other siblings im sorry i just i just really i just really need to know who did this what is going on what is happening" relatives say johnson was in the kitchen when she was shot. mpd is searching for suspects. live at 35th and silver spring dc fox6 news. milwaukee police are also investigating a homicide near 5th and walnut. officers say a 27-year-old mwas rnin eictim was taken to the hor died. police are nowearchingr a. we are e about a fire last night in cudahy. firefighters say they responded to an electrical fire at condominium on creekside drive. everyone was able to get out o-k...and no one was hurt. multiple fire departments were called in to help fight the blaze. investigators say the fire does not appear suspicious at this time....but continue to look into what sparked the fire. president-elect donald trump making a stop in wisconsin today. this comes as he is ready to make another big announcement about his cabinet. nicole is in the newsroom with
announced his choice for secretary of state today. mister trump is tapping exxon mobil c-e-o rex tillerson. this pick could lead to a potential fight with congress. tillerson has no foreign policy experience...but does have close connections with many world leaders. some are concerned about tillerson's connections with russian president vladimir putin. tillerson has worked for exxon mobil for 40 years. through the end of 20-15..he made more than 240 million dollars as c-e-o. and later today -- president-elect donald trump will be making a stop in west allis. he's holding state fair expo center at 7:00. mr. trump and vice president-elect mike pence will both be there. governor scott walker and house speaker paul ryan will also be attending. doors open at 4 pm. we will have continuing coverage of the president-elect's stop in wisconsin tonight on fox six news. 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
congress will recognize wisconsins 10 electoral votes. green party candidate jill stein 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. you could soon see more plows out on milwaukee streets. vote a proposal to replace lead water pipes. angelica is here with details. milwaukee aldermen are expected to vote today on a new policy to deal with lead pipes and part of the cost would fall on homeowners. the proposal would replace lead pipes with copper... the city would cover two thirds of the cost... while offering financial assistance to property owners for the rest of the bill. the payments would be incremental. 70 thousand households in milwaukee are affected by lead laterals.
barrett are lowering the cost of a snow plow equipment license to only 10 dollars starting today. that's down from 50 dollars. the goal is to provide more options for residents that need alley plowing services. that's because the city does not plow alleys within the city. one of t-v's most popular couples..calling it quits.. details coming up on wake up. plus, madonna delivers a fiery speech following her acceptance of billboard's woman of the year award. hear what she had to say --- later on wake up. but first --- milwaukee police helping kids in need th we'll tell you about a new partnership after the break. carl's getting a little bit country-- and a little bit christmas in pewaukee this morning.
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afternoon. milwaukee police helping kids in need this holiday season. it's a thanks to a partnership with "shielded hearts." shielded hearts is a non-profit organization for police officers' wives and girlfriends. yesterday, 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 haven toy, so this comfort item provides them with something special for that moment in time." 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. with more than a million lights, country christmas out in pewaukee is the largest drive through
tomorrow with lows in the single digits and highs in the low teens. wind chills will be in the single digits and teens below zero. nighttime wind chills wednesday will be in the teens and 20s below zero with air temperatures thursday only in the single digits. snow chances return by friday and continue briefly warm in to the 20s. today: mostly sunny and cold. high: 14 wind: nw 5-15 mph tonight: a
time to find out who's turning six.... wake up nathan in west bend-- it's your birthday! he likes riding his bike, playing baseball and exploring outside. there's six candles on giezelle's birthday cake today.she likes going to her grandparents' house, hanging out with her big sister and playing with her dolls. here's a big birthday smile from tucker in hubertus. he likes spiderman, playing with his sister and cousins, and riding his bike. big oh six today. she likes girl scouts, dancing and playing dress up. a big happy birthday to amaya. she likes acting at first stage, ballet and gymnastics. and it's time for sydney in new berlin to celebrate. she likes nature, art and playing chopped in the kitchen. to find out how to wish your child a happy sixth birthday on fox six wake up news - just log on to "fox six
the pop icon has been named "woman of the year" by billboard magazine. the pop icon has been named "woman of the year" by billboard magazine. the singer delivered an emotional speech during last night's event. "thank you for acknowledging my ability to continue my career for 34 misogyny, sexism, constant bullying and relentless abuse. when i started there was no internet so people had to say it to my face." other honorees included pop singer kesha and country star shania twain. one of h-g-t-v's most popular couples breaking up! tarek and christina el mouss
are splitting after seven years of marriage. but they say they intend to keep their professional relationship intact and keep up with their hit home flipping show. t-m-z reports the separation comes six months after an explosive argument between the couple led to a call to police. no charges were filed after the couple said it was an "unfortunate misunderstanding." bill murray and president obama playing a little golf in the oval office. it's all for a new white house public service announcement -- take a look. insurance?" "not really, no." the actor and comedian reminding americans that enrollment is open at healthcare-dot-gov. murray also showing off his chicago cubs jacket and doing a little trash talking.... you may know president obama is a life long white sox fan.
for president-elect donald trump to announce a his secretary of state pick is over. ahead why the choice could set the stage for fireworks on capitol hill. thanks for staying with wakeup.. time now x:xx.. kim, nicole and angelica adlib toss to wx high temperatures in the low teens. daytime wind chills will stay near or below zero. a few more clouds tonight and tomorrow with lows in the single digits and highs in the low
teens below zero. nighttime wind chills wednesday will be in the teens and 20s below zero with air temperatures thursday only in the single digits. snow chances return by friday and continue into saturday but temperatures briefly warm in to the 20s. today: mostly sunny and cold. high: 14 wind: nw 5-15 mph tonight: a few clouds. low: 4 wind: wsw 5-15 mph anchor adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays we are following breaking news out of tennessee this morning. this is a live look at the scene where a nashvill police officer has been shot. the suspect had barricaded himself inside a nearby motel. police say the officer was shot in the shoulder... he is in the hospital this morning. we'll continue to
president-elect donald trump's "thank you" tour comes to wisconsin. later today the future commander in chief will be holding a rally in west allis. and this morning the president-elect makes his pick for secretary of state. fox's doug luzader has the details from d-c. next to selecting a vice-president, secretary of state is the highest profile pick for an incoming president, and before today's annoucnement president-elect trump turned this into a very real... and very publ exxonmobil ceo rex tillerson has spent a great deal of time on the world stage... but has never been a government official, much less secretary of state. but his expected desire for better relations with russia is in keeping with donald trump's views, and the president-elect has been effusive in his praise. trump: "he's a world class player." the real loser here may be former g-o-p nominee mitt romney -- meeting repeatedly with trump and at one point seen as frontrunner for state despite his earlier differences with the
posted: it was an honor to have been considered for secretary of state of our great country. trump is also said to be on the verge of picking former texas governor rick perry as energy secretary. perry: "commerce, education, and the, what's the third one, let's see." energy is one the departments perry spoke of eliminating during his failed presidential bid in 2011, but couldn't remember its name. all of this as more questions emerge about russia's role in the election. of hillary clinton suggest an investigation into alleged russian email hacks could impact the outcome of the electoral college vote on next week. obama: "this was not a secret." president obama arguing that much about russia's role was known before the election, but democrats and some republicans on capitol hill will press for a broader investigation, putting them at odds with trump. mcconnell: 10:06:30 the russians are not our friends. /
supposed to have a press conference later this week to detail his efforts to distance himself from his business interests. now, he's decided to push that back into next year. in washington, doug luzader, fox news. now to some news from overnight. a fatal crash in kenosha county shut down several lanes of i-94 for a couple of hours. it happened near the highway 142 exit. we're told that a woman died after she hit the median...and was then hit by another car going southbound. three people in the injured...and are expected to be ok. it's unclear what caused the crash. all lanes have since reopened. a teenage girl is shot to death inside her mothers home. family members want justice...and police are searching for suspects deandra corinthios is live near the scene at 35th and silver spring. relatives say the victim was in her mom's kitchen when she was shot. police it is unclear if johnson was the intended target.
and enjoyed being a babysitter. they gathered outside johnson's mother's home near 35th and silver spring monday night...and are devastated when police give them the news. police say around 6 pm...police say the shooter fired into the building from outside. a bullet struck johnson...killing her. johnson's sister says she's devastated. she says she doesn't know why this happened...and wants to know who pulled the trigger. and says she's tired of violence in the neighborhood. put the guns down. put the guns down. its too many kids losing their lives behind nonsense violence. every child a time to grow up for neighbors this was a familiar scene. less than two months ago, the owner of a nearby bar was shot and killed in his business. live at 35th and silver spring deandra corinthios fox6 news a milwaukee woman has a warning for others after she says a man tried to sexually assault her in a locker room. angelica is here with the
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 her. fortunately another woman and a 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 the y-m-c-a's operations executive tells fox 6 "the y" has fully cooperated with police-- and turned over the names of people who checked in on october 15th. 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
bill cosby heading back to court today. and a bomb threat forces a flight to make an emergency landing at j-f-k international. jessob is in the newsroom with details. officials say the flight was en route from houston, texas to germany... when the bomb threat was made to lufthansa's corporate office. after learning of the threat, the pilot opted to land the plane at new york's john f. kennedy airport. more than five-hundred passengers were evacuated and shuttled to the terminal. port authority police say the plane was searche checked as well. happening today - a pre-trial hearing for bill cosby. the actor faces aggravated indecent assault charges... for allegedly drugging and sexually assaulting andrea constand - a former temple university employee - back in 2004. today's hearing will focus on 13-other women who leveled similar accusations against cosby. a judge needs to decide whether their testimonies should be
hearing in pennsylvania is expected to last for two days. cosby, who has pleaded not guilty, is set to go on trial in june. tennessee native and country legend, dolly parton, will host a telethon tonight. she wants to help victims of the massive wildfires in her state. parton has recruited several of her famous friends, including reba mcentire and kenny rogers. the benefit concert airs tonight on the great american country network and you can also find it online. at lea the wildfires, and more than 24-hundred buildings were destroyed. two teenagers have been charged with arson. it's a big deal to get aaron rodgers' autograph... but he's making it a little more special. what he did to help ease the wait for his fans... and how much he helped raise for the salvation army. carl's decking the halls for the holidays.... checking out country christmas this morning.
from scrimmage against the seahawks. the injury seemed to affect him more as the game went on--to the point where brett hundley took over for him in the fourth quarter.... mike mccarthy said today he didn't have a status update on aaron-- but if he can reset his feet, he should be able to function okay. question is, how far do you push it? i tend to err on the side of conservative when it comes to him, and he obviously appreciates that, as you can tell. because he wants to push it; so you have to just kind of fin there. and that's what you do during the series when they're not out there, when the defense is on the field. so that's how those conversations go". 12:16:22 the packers play the bears sunday at noon and you can watch it right here
follow, with live reaction and analysis from soldier field, along with comments by defensive lineman mike daniels. then get a full recap of the game on the fox 6 sports blitz at 10-35 sunday night. badgers offensive tackle ryan ramczyk has been named an associated press first team all-american... remarkable, given that ryan sat out last year after transferring from uw stevens point. joining him on the team..outside linebacker t.j. watt from pewaukee. 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. paul chryst sot we go to the air candada centre,
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 freak scored 30. parker went off for 27 but the raptors outscored 'em by 30 from beyond the arc. terrence ross keys a 14-2 fourth quarter run with 24 points..14 above his 6th straight time to the team from north of the border, 122-100. trevor smith in the first period with the power play goal to get the ads started. admirals win 5-4. that's sports everybody. have a terrific tuesday. we'll see you this evening.
not only did he sign autographs for fans yesterday -- and help the salvation army raise more than 42-thousand dollars... the all-star quarterback also bought pizza for everyone in line waiting. only 200 people got to meet him last night...so people had lined up hours in advance. all the money raised will go towards families, seniors, and the homeless in the green bay area. some people seem to drink wine like it's water... and that's especially true for one woman in england. dispense wine instead of water. and if beer is more your thing-- then anheuser busch has the refrigerator for you. details on the beer fridge that's sure to stay full. people are getting more and more creative with their holiday decorations... but the neighbors-- aren't always so happy with the decor. why one man is going to court over his
nick wilder, who lives on the upper east side, has decided to go to a judge to take down a festive display that he says is way too noisy! it features figures of reindeer rocking out to holiday music. it was set up by a family that owns several building on the block and many residents think it a delightful display. paul says; "i think it's great. i really enjoy when people take the time to do some decorations. it's great for the kids. i always enjoyed it when i was a kid. it adds to the festive season." birnbaum says: "if they heard it in the but if they're not hearing it in the building, there's no reason why it can't be on the street." it's unclear at this time if a judge will get involved in the