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our big story at eleven... a teenage girl shot and killed on milwaukee's north side. investigators try to intended target...as the family mourns the loss. our deandra corinthios has more from the scene. 15 year old melanie johnson was inside her mother's home...when police say the shooter or shooters fired into the building from outside. this was the scene shortly after 6 p-m monday night. anxious relatives gathered near the scene at 35th and silver spring. police say it is unclear if
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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 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. at 35th and silver spring dc fox6 news. police are investigating a shooting on milwaukee's north side. they say a 48-year-old man was shot in his right shoulder. it happened about 12:30 near 4th and center. police say several people were fighting over an ongoing issue - when one of the people pulled out a gun and shot the man. he is expected to survive. no arrests have been made... but police have several leads. milwaukee police are identifying the victim in a homicide near
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officials tell us he was shot shortly before 11 yesterday morning. harris was taken to the hospital where he later died. authorities are now searching for a motive -- and a suspect. in kenosha county, a fatal crash shut down several lanes of i-94 for a couple of hours. it happened about eleven last night near the highway 142 exit. we're told that a woman died after her car hit the median...and was then hit by another car going southbound. three people in are expected to be okay. it's unclear what caused the crash. all lanes have since reopened. adlib to weather mostly sunny and cold today with 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. 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
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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 wednesday:partly sunny, windy and cold. high: 12 wind:
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president-elect donald trump will be making a stop in west allis this evening. he's holding a thank you rally at the 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. ending weeks of speculation, the president-elect finally making his pick official for secretary of state. but, mr. trump's choice nation's top diplomat does not come without its fair share of controversy. fox's joel waldman has the latest from washington. it was a political point of intrigue - who would be the next secretary of state? president-elect donald trump, today, ending the weeks-long guessing game, with a simple tweet. priebus says: "at the end, it was rex tillerson, sort of for the business, but also the vision. and also the fact that rex tillerson has maintained these
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fox news has learned mr. trump is also expected to name another texan to his cabinet, former governor rick perry as his choice for secretary of energy. ironically, it's the same department that torpedoed perry's 2012 campaign for president, when, during a debate, he couldn't remember that "energy" was one of the federal agencies he said he wanted to eliminate. but, it is the new secretary of state nominee's relationship with russia's president vladimiir putin, which has many bi-partisn members of several intelligence communities say they believe russian backed hackers intervened in our presidential election. benson says: "there are senators who are going to be concerned and who will raise questions about his experience and qualifications for the job and also those ties to russia." mr. trump also announcing on twitter his plans to leave all his businesses to his two sons - and other executives - prior to taking office, so there's no perceived
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trump postponed a news conference, from this week to next month, to discuss those plans for his business. his last official news conference was 139 days ago. in washington, joel waldman, fox news." the president-elect's visit also comes as the wisconsin recount officially ends. and mr. trump actually added to his lead in the state...gaining 131 votes. the elections commission certified the results yesterday -- a day ahead of the federal deadline. this guarantees that congress will re 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. we don't yet know the actual cost of the recount, but stein must pay the bill. the common council is set to vote on a proposal today to replace lead pipes with copper. the city is looking to cover two thirds of the cost... while offering financial assistance to property
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payments would be incremental. 70-thousand households in milwaukee are affected by lead laterals. and starting today... the common council and mayor tom barrett are lowering the cost of a snow plow equipment license to only 10 dollars. the goal is to provide more options for residents who need alley plowing services -- as the city does not plow alleys within the city. meanwhile, the first major snow storm proved to be costly for m the weekend snow surpassed milwaukee's 4-inch rule.... and on just one block of cramer street... we counted at least 10 cars with parking tickets. each one is worth 40 - dollars. 'its just extra money, right before the holidays. that i didn't need to spend, oh well." we don't know how many parking tickets were issued in total...but remember to always check the signs before
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in georgia...as six officers were shot in six days. what happened last night, when the officers tried to arrest a suspect. and-- a plane is diverted to j-f-k airport. ...the reason for the emergency landing. plus.. "..the u-n is warning of a growing civilian death toll as the fighting in aleppo drags on. i'm conor powell in jerusalem with the details, coming up." "the first big storm of the season. it is a bit of a challenge. fox6 news got you ready. we've got live team coverage this morning. and stayed with you until it was over. we can see the back edge of online and on your mobile device. fox6 news, because you matter. it wasn't too bad." mobile device. fox6 news, because you matter. it wasn't
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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 now in the hospital. in georgia, six officers have been shot in the past six days....two of them died. officials say the shootings are all -r last wednesday - americus police officer nicholas smarr responded to a 9-1-1 call about a domestic dispute. his best friend - georgia southwestern university officer jody smith - also responded. smarr was shot and killed at the scene. smith later died from his injuries. the suspect took his own life. then yesterday -- two more police officers from byron were shot during a drug operation. they were part of a task force serving a search warrant. the officers were shot as they
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to fire back and kill the suspect. both officers are expected to recover. and then last night -- two officers from lavonia, georgia were shot during a traffic stop. the officers had pulled over a driver. they learned the car was stolen and when they tried to arrest the suspect, he took out a weapon and fired at the officers before taking off. the suspect was eventually taken into custody and now faces multiple charges. the officers are expected to be okay. make an emergency landing at j-f-k international. officials say the flight was en route from houston, texas to germany... when the bomb threat was made to luf-thansa'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 500 passengers were evacuated and shuttled to the terminal. port authority police say the plane was searched by a k-9 team. all luggage and cargo was
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situation in aleppo has gone from bad to worse. the u.n. is reporting random executions, and mass killings of civilians trapped in a few small pockets of eastern aleppo-- unable to escape. fox's conor powell has more from jerusalem. the syrian military is advancing on the final pocket of resistance in aleppo... battering rebels and civilians trapped in severa unable to escape the fighting. the u-n says the situation is disastrous - with reports of torture, random killings and mass bombardment of civilians - including more than 100 children trapped in a collapsing building. colville says: "very concerned about the reports of individual killings, very concerned about what is happening to those people who have managed to get out." the international community directing its outrage at russia.... which refuses to negotiate for a ceasefire allowing the remaining rebels and civilians to evacuate
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translated "the russians will be responsible for a situation they created if they do nothing."steinmeier says: translated "russia should not have the illusion that the war ends with the fall of aleppo. it will be continued with different means." meanwhile, further south, in the ancient city of palmyra... fierce fighting breaking out as government-backed forces battle to re- take the city from isis... which had just re-taken it from syrian forces a day before. the obama administration is - and says the palmyra offensive is a desperation move by a weakened isis. kirby says: "it would be the first thing geographically that they have been able to reacquire - or acquire, period - since may of 2015." on-cam tag the pentagon says it's also planning to step up aid to rebel groups fighting to liberate the city of raqqa... isis's self-proclaimed capitol. in jerusalem, conor powell, fox news
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mostly sunny and cold today with 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. wind chills teens below zero. nighttime wind chills wednesday will be in the teens and 20s below zero with air temperatures thursday only in
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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 wednesday:partly friday: cloudy with the chance for snow. am low: -1 and cold. am low: 6 high: 10 wind: nw 5-10 mph mostly sunny and cold today with high temper 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. 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 temperates thursday ly in the single digits. snow chances return friday and continue into satd butmperaturey d cold. high: 14 wind: 5-15 mphw ouds. low: 4 wind:w 55ph wednes sunny, windy and cold. high: wind: w 10-20 mphursday: partlr cold. am low: -4 high: 7 n nw 5-15 mph idaycloudy with the chance for sn. am low: -1 high: 22 wind: s 5-15 mph turday: cloudy with the chaer s gh: 10 windnw 5-10
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"84 south" signs a new retailer-- and the milwaukee symphony orchestra is hoping to acquire the warner grand theatre. sean ryan joins us live from the milwaukee business journal -- the new store opening at 84-south. 1. when could marshalls open in
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planned next year at 84 south? let's talk about the symphonys plans to buy historic grand theater: to achieve with this project? 2. how are other downtown
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carl is checking out a holiday
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wakeup at 4:30-- if you thought
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experts will have the forecast. shopping for your dad, brother or husband? we'll help you find the perfect gift for guys. plus carl is live with the milwaukee ballet and a preview of the nutcracker. tomorrow on wakeup! country christmas has spent more than two decades entertaining families around the holidays. our carl deffenbaugh is checking out the attraction in
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fans in green bay. ...what aaron rodgers bought for people lining up to get his autograph. and-- settings for a better night's sleep. things you can tweak on your phone that will help you sleep more
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here's a look at this morning's big stories at 11:30. a 15-year-old girl is shot and killed on milwaukee's north side. ...what family members are asking for...as police search for suspects. a woman says a man tried to sexually assault her at a local y-m-c-a.. ...what happened that caused the man to run away...and the response from the y-m-c-a. below zero wind chills continue
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our big story at 11-30... a teenage girl is shot to death inside her mothers home on milwaukee's north side. family members want justice...and police are searching for suspects our deandra corinthios has more from the scene. her mom's kitchen when she was shot. police it is unclear if johnson was the intended target. family members say 15 year old melanie johnson liked to read 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
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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. put the guns down please give 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. at 35th a corinthios fox6 news police are investigating a shooting on milwaukee's north side. officials say a 48-year-old man was shot in his right shoulder. it happened about 12:30 near 4th and center. police say several people were fighting over an ongoing issue - when one of the people pulled out a gun and shot the man. he is expected to survive. no arrests have been made... but police have several leads. milwaukee police have identified
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5th and walnut. he is 27-year-old cody harris. officials tell us he was shot shortly before 11 yesterday morning. harris was taken to the hospital where he later died. authorities are now searching for a motive -- and a suspect. adlib to weather mostly sunny and cold today with high temperatures in the low teens. daytime wind chills will stay near or below zero. a fe tonight and 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 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:
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will be making a stop in west allis this evening. he's holding a thank you rally at the 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 attend. doors open at 4 pm. a milwaukee woman has a warning for others, after she says a man tried to sexually assault her in a locker
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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 wa because there are a lot of children who attend this ymca. 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 fox 6 to provide more details. he states, 'the video the ymca turned over to the milwaukee police department on the day of the alleged incident-- we are not
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female locker room.' 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 later died. milwaukee police are looking for the person who held up a post office. it happened a little after 3 yesterday afternoon at the location near 35th it happened a little after 3 yesterday afternoon at the and capitol. we're told the suspect showed a gun and got away with cash. that's not the only mail-related crime. 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 swiped holiday mail out of a mail truck. "49:36 its just
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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 57:06" the day before 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. milwaukee police say the amazon delivery truck was recovered. they are still searching for the suspects. in milwaukee, brittany
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30 minutes. and police need your help finding those responsible. police say the criminals 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 me, any longer, in milwu 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. new technology is helping doctors monitor patient's hearts in three different counties... a look at the new "te-lemetry heart monitoring hub"-- and what is means for patient care. and-- aaron rodgers signs
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for a good cause. ...the special delivery he also had for fans. "the first big storm of the
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ing january 1. stayed with you until it was over. we can see the back edge
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online and on your mobile device. fox6 news, because you matter. it wasn't too bad." aaron rodgers is paying it forward... the packers quarterback raised money for the salvation army in green bay yesterday. he signed autographs in the lambeau field atrium in exchange for a 100 dollar donation-- which he 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. from a slice of pizza to "slice of ice!" the holiday tradition is opening for the season later today! it's ready to go-- all the red arrow park ice rink needs now is skaters.
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pair there for 8 dollars. the fun starts at 3 o'clock this afternoon. toss to weather. mostly sunny and cold today with 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 di 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 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 wednesday:partly sunny, windy and cold. high: 12 wind: w 10-20 mph thursday: partly sunny, bitter cold. am low: -4 high: 7 wind: nw 5-15 mph friday: cloudy with the chance for snow. am low: -1 high: 22 wind: s 5-15 mph saturday: cloudy with the chance
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hunday: gradual clearin and cold. am low: 6 high: 10 wind: nw 5-10 mph mostly sunny and cold today with high temperatures in the low teens. daytime wind chills will stay near or below zero. a few more clouds tonight and tomorrow withows in the single gits and highs in the low ens. teens and 20s below zero with air temperatures thursday only in the singldigits. snow chances return by fray andcontit temperatures briefly warm in toy d cold. hi:4 wind: 5-15 mph tonw clouds. low: 4 wind: wsw 5-15 mph wednesday:partly sunny, windy and cold. high: 12 wind: w - mphursday: partlune
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4 wind: wsw 5-15 mph wednesday:partly sunny, windy and cold. high: 12 wind: w 10-20 mph thursday: partly sunny, bitter cold. -4 high: 7 wind: nw 5-15 mph friday: cloudy with the chance for snow. am low: -1 high: 22 wind: s 5-15 mph saturday: cloudy with the chance for snow. am low: 18 high: 26 wind: nw 5-15 mph sunday: gradual clearin and cold. am low: 6 high: 10 wind: nw 5-10 mph sunday: gradual clearin and cold. am low: 6 high: 10 wind: nw 5-10 mph sunday: gradual clear d
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thanks to new technology -- doctors in grafton are monitoring patients ea counties! its all happening in real-time. fox6s deandra corinthios explains what this means for patient care -- and the hospitals. an irregularity in a patients heart beat sounds the alarm... techs at the aurora medical center in grafton...see it in real time. "even when the patient doesnt have a nurse in front of them talking to them" the techs connect with nurses and doctors in a matter of seconds. "in cardiac patients it makes a huge difference if you can catch the patient when the problem starts to happen" but now ...a new"
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transmits data from patients at three aurora healthcare locations. "from inside this room at the grafton location, two telemetry techs can monitor about 120 different patients. on the top left-hand side of that screen, patients in hartford. on the top right hand side of that screen, soon, patients in sheboygan. the rest of the patients on the screen are here in grafton" the mequon company techteriors worked with g-e the hospital's vision: "we are actually able to take all of the separate screens we combine them into one large display " telemetry techs are on hand 24 hours a day 7 days a week. this takes some pressure off the nurses who used to have to do the work. "this is their sole job and they're able to get really good at doing it." using technology to provide faster...more efficient care to patients....and hopefully a better outcome. "if we intervene immediately we will be able to prevent a cardiac arrest"
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day ... might be keeping you up at niht settings you can change to help you rest better. 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. nats... notifications!!! were glued to these screens all day
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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 turn on ... do not disturb, available on both android and ios. set your quiet hours... and it only allo 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
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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 your phone will tell you when its time to get to bed! 11;15;08/remember things better... your cognitive skills are better...their mood is better 11;14;46/all functions we take for granted... but theyre actually fairly achievable if we maintain a good sleep wake cycle 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 janet, i'm giving you an extra week's vacation! oh, ah... nooo. what? no way. who says no to more?
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in texas are celebrating...as they await the birth of a new baby. mei the orangutan is expected to give birth in late january. so the staffers are throwing a baby shower for her and her mate, k-j this month. the workers even set up a couple. items requested on the registry include:
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>> judge judy: this is a very oddball case. >> announcer: bitten by a home-improvement bug... >> she said we could do a whole lot with a couple cans of paint. >> announcer: ...or a love bug? >> judge judy: so, you were going to, on a dime, remodel him. >> his home. >> announcer: the judge... >> judge judy: both. [ laughter ] >> announcer: ...has a diagnosis. >> judge judy: why would you think she would spend this money, sir, if she wasn't going to get compensated for it? because of the friendship. >> judge judy: oh, baloney! >> announcer: "judge judy." you are about to enter the courtroom of judge judith sheindlin. the people are real. the cases are real. the people are real. the cases are real. the rulings are final. captions paid for by cbs television distribution therese harrison is suing her former client, david o'neill, for unpaid work on his mobile home and for the cost of furniture.

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