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are preparing to keep the homeless safe from the bitter cold. and in west allis... president elect donald trump... commenting on his election season clashes with house speaker paul ryan... as the two look ahead to january. good morning and welcome to wakeup! rob's weather today: partly sunny, windy and bitter cold. high: 12 wind: nw 10-25 mph tonight: clear and
= major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays bitter cold temperatures mean efforts are underway to keep the homeless safe in milwaukee county...some shelters have extending their hours. deandra corinthios is live near repairers of the breach, near 14th and vliet. efforts are underway to make sure those in need are safe. the shelter is normally only open during the daytime, but when
overnight the demand for help spikes this time of year. repairers of the breach has been busy. on monday night--12 people passed through, tuesday afternoon more than 100. that number is expected to grow as the cold air sticks around. staff are working extra hours....putting out food, scarves and hats. " the heat bill goes up water bill goes up resources get low but it is rewarding because when they are here overnight they usually stay and use our resources our classroom, our times before winter is over they have changed their lives" if you are in need or know someone who is, you are encouraged to call 2-1-1. the county can put those who need help in touch with the proper resources. live in milwaukee dc
say a ceasefire between the syrian government and rebel forces in eastern aleppo has been breached. shelling is now hitting rebel-held neighborhoods... russia says the rebels were the ones who broke the deal... but syrian opposition forces are blaming iranian fighters who support syria's government. turkey brokered the ceasefire yesterday... after government forces reclaimed most of aleppo. hours after a planned evacuation was set to start... no one has left yet... with buses just sitting and waiting. we wil monitor this story all morning on wakeup. turning to the transition of power - president-elect donald trump... bringing his "thank you tour" to west allis. angelica's in the newsroom with a look at the rally - and angelica... roughly six thousand people showed up. his visit... coming one day after the recount confirmed mr. trump won wisconsin. he said the recount was worth it - because he came out with more
leaders... showing up to the event. governor scott walker... incoming chief of staff reince priebus... milwaukee county sheriff david clarke... senator ron johnson... and even house speaker paul ryan getting moments in the spotlight. ryan notably did not campaign or appear with mr. trump during the election... but the two men seemed to have moved on... with mr. trump paying him a compliment last night. "speaker paul ryan. boos i've really come... boos . oh no. i've come to appreciated him." every day goes by i get to appreciate his genius more and more." there were several protests that interrupted president elect trump's speech. but for the most part, things were peaceful. if you'd like to hear more of mr. trump's speech-- we've posted it on our website. fox6 now dot com. just find the story on our home page. family and friends... remembering a teenager who was
silver spring monday night. 15-year-old melanie johnson was in the kitchen when the gunfire began. tonight's vigil took place right outside the front door. family members are begging anyone with information to come forward. she was full of life. it wasnt a day that you can go without melanie making you smile. milwaukee police say theyre investigating the circumstances of the shooting-- including who the intended target was. relatives say they're certain it was not melanie. has died... after he reportedly suffered a heart attack playing hockey with his teenage son. the 69-year-old was rushed to the hospital but later died. thicke is most famous for his role as jason seaver. he was also a frequent guest on talkshows and game shows. thicke is survived by his three sons...singer robin thicke...brennan, carter and his wife tanya. we will have reaction to thicke's passing... in our next half hour of wakeup. straight ahead - caught on camera - a woman... dragged off a flight by
to take action... megan wilson says the man got frustrated because she was taking too long with her coupons... in one surveillance video you can see the moment the man throws the woman to the ground... but from another angle-- the woman can be seen throwing a drink at the man... but she says she spilled on him accidentally - and then he exploded. wilson hasn't commented on the new video of her throwing the drink. police say she had a small scratch on her head and refused treatment - but wilson says she has a possible cracked rib... a hip strain... bruises... and a knot on her head. also caught on camera - officers dragging a woman off a delta airlines flight. airport officials in detroit say the passenger didn't follow boarding and baggage check procedures at the terminal gate... forcing herself past the gate agent without checking in. crew members say she had an attitude when they tried to confront her. passengers say she was tackled out of her seat and taken to the ground. that's when officers dragged her from the plane... she is under arrest - charges are pending.
public elementary schools across wisconsin. did your child's make the cut? we'll show you the list. plus - a possible confirmation battle looming... for mr. trump's long awaited pick for secretary of state. the friendship that has some senators concerned. plus... mr. trump... naming more nominees for his cabinet this
arles what's up man? -whoa! how can we help? -ah man! wait, is that a basketball player? yes! -wow! my heart's about to jump out my chest man. charles you ought to be proud man. i'm just extremely grateful they were here giving them some encouragement- that's something that these kids are going to remember for a lifetime. did you see his big old feet? look.
map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays "people are looking at his resume and, honestly, they've never seen a resume like this before." praising his pick for secretary of state... but exxon-mobil c-e-o rex tillerson could face a tough confirmation battle. angelica has the latest in studio. tillerson is the c-e-o of exxon-mobil... a 170 billion dollar global company with more than 75-thousand employees worldwide. on capitol hill... reaction to mr. trump's choice has been mixed. house speaker paul ryan tweeted his support... saying tillerson is "a
but in the senate -where tillerson must receive at least 50 votes of support to be confirmed - some republicans are concerned tillerson has close ties to russia's president... vladimir putin. republican senators lindsey graham... marco rubio... and john mccain are all expressing doubts over tillerson's relationship with putin. " this guy is a thug and a murderer and i don't see how anybody could be a friend of this old-time kgb agent." addi the u-s intelligence community's recent findings... that russia was hacking into the democratic party to boost mr. trump's shot at the white house. and new this morning - president elect trump is choosing former texas governor rick perry to lead the energy department... despite previously calling for its elimination. as governor of texas... perry led a major oil-producing state.
rob's weather forecast from fox6 chief meteorologist rob haswell partly sunny and cold today with a strong west and northwest wind making it feel even colder! highs today will be in the low double d zero at times. high pressure keeps sun in the forecast for thursday but even colder air arrives with highs in the single digits and sub-zero lows. a low pressure system arrives friday with accumulating snow. snow will continue overnight friday and into saturday morning. temperatures will go up a bit ahead of that low but then fall again into the single digits by the end of the weekend. today: partly sunny, windy and bitter cold. high: 12 wind: nw 10-25 mph tonight: clear and cold. low: -3 wind: nw 10-15 mph thursday: partly sunny, blustery and bitter cold. high: 6 wind: w 10-15 mph friday: cloudy with the chance for snow. am low: -3 high: 22 wind: se 5-10 mph saturday: cloudy with the chance for sno
ndaypartly sunny and cold. am low: -5high: 12 nd: sw 5-10m cloudy with the chance for snow. am low: -3 high: 22 wind: se 5-10 mph saturday: cloudy with the chance for snow. am low: 20 high: 26 wind: nw 15-25 mph sunday: mostly cloudy and cold. am low: -1 high: 6 wind: nw 5-10 mph monday: partly sunny and cold. am low: -5 high: 12 wind: sw 5-10
in your top business headlines: more than half of wisconsin's top 25 public elementary schools... are located right here in southeastern wisconsin. wauwatosa stem came in first for southeastern wisconsin - and third overall in the state. 13 of the top 25 best schools came from the greater milwaukee a new berlin... stormonth in fox point... and oriole lane in mequon. milwaukee college preparatory schools lola rowe and lloyd street made the cut as well. coming up - a recall you're going to want to know about before you start planning your holiday dinners and parties. microsoft... launching a new chatbot. why it says this one won't be taught to post racist comments... like its infamous predecessor tay. and talking cars? why the department of transportation wants to mandate high technology
now . wind chills will be sub-zero all day. when more snow arrives next. less than a year after a microsoft chat bot began spewing racist rants on twitter... the company has launched a new - and hopefully improved - bot. microsoft says it's learned from its mistakes with tay. that's why its new bot zo is on the messaging ap kik instead of twitter this time around. twit tay to say inappropriate things... including praise for adolph hitler... so microsoft is putting zo on a private messaging platform that's geared more toward teens. the company hopes the new platform will help control zo's conversations. the department of transportation wants all cars to be able to "talk" to each other and to traffic lights. officials say it'll keep the roads safer and could reduce the number of traffic deaths. some car manufacturers are already including vehicle-to-vehicle -- or v-2-v
no personal information would be transmitted and the system would be encrypted. happening now - cuisinart is recalling some eight-million food processors... after reports of people finding broken blades in their food. here's what the recalled blades look like: they have four rivets... that apparently can crack over time. 22 different models are being recalled. the consumer product safety commission says 30 people have cut their mouths or broken teeth because of the issue. donald trump's supporters... showing up in west allis to hear mr. trump's message. what he had to say... coming up. and breaking overnight - a new ceasefire between syrian government forces and rebels breaks down. the very latest... as thousands of civilians find themselves trappedi n harm's way. and a sheboygan man... accused of making a terror threat. why his facebook posts... led followers to call police. and as temperatures drop... we'll show you how shelters are keeping the homeless safe. anchor adlibs you are watching the fox 6
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would this have come to fruition, i dont know, but were not taking any chances. a sheboygan man... acu making a terror threat. what police said he was plotting... coming up. as wind chills plunge below zero... we'll show you how you can help the homeless stay safe and warm. anchors adlib welcome back rob's weather today: partly sunny, windy and bitter cold. high: 12 wind: nw 10-25 mph tonight: clear and cold. low: -3 wind: nw 10-15 mph
traffic check red on traffic map = majo d map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays efforts are underway to keep the homeless safe in the frigid temperatures for some shelters ...this means opening up their doors overnight... deandra corinthios is live from repairers of the breach near 14th
that's why when temperatures hit 10 or below...repairers of the breach extends their hours. repairers of the breach is open seven in the morning until 4 in the evening. but this week...they're open overnight... on monday night--12 people passed through, tuesday afternoon more than 100. that number is expected to grow. the staff make sure food is hot and put out s they are working extra hours but they say it is worth it. many have been homeless at some point in their lives...and say they understand what their clients are going through "its not big but when they come here i make them feel warm welcomed and loved and i make sure they get the coats, socks, gloves and everything they need" at least 11 shelters were open tuesday night in milwaukee
bitter cold sticks around. if you need shelter or know someone who does in milwaukee county...call 211. at 6 -- why the director of repairers of the breach says they offer more than just a warm place to stay. live in milwaukee dc fox6 news breaking overnight - just one day after turkey brokered a ceasefire between syria and rebel forces in aleppo... that deal has been broken. angelica has the latest in the newsroom - and angelica... everyone is pointing fingers right now? that's right - syria's ally russia says the rebels broke the ceasefire... while rebels say fighters from anot ones who broke it. now... the evacuation of thousands of civilians - part of the ceasefire agreement - is on hold. buses could be seen waiting to leave earlier this morning... in what was effectively meant to be a surrender in syria's bloody civil war... but they're now pulling back. much of the city has been reduced to rubble... with the u-s ambassador to the the u-n... samantha powers... putting the blame on syrian forces backed by russia and iran. "is there no act of barbarism against civilians, not execution of a child that gets under your skin? that just creeps you out a
nor russia have commented on accusations that some 82 civilians - including women and children - were executed by pro-government forces as they advanced on aleppo. we'll have more details on the humanitarian crisis in aleppo... around 6:45. president elect donald trump... bringing his "thank you tour" to west allis last night. an estimated 6-thousand people were there... as mr. trump re-lived his election night victories in swing states... before gett that put him over the top. our political reporter theo keith has more. 8:04 donald trump has won the state of wisconsin cheers five weeks after the election, it was clear the night had not lost any of its magic for president-elect donald trump. he was the first republican to win wisconsin since ronald reagan, and thanked governor scott walker and speaker paul ryan. "he's like a fine wine, every day goes by i get to appreciate his genius more and more, and if he ever goes against me i'm not gonna say
his genius more and more, and if he ever goes against me i'm not gonna say that ok?" mr trump used this 'thank you' rally to lay out his agenda. he wants to make it illegal to burn the american flag. and of course, he has plans on the u-s mexico border. 7:26 were going to build a wall, paul cheers save for the christmas trees, tuesdays rally looked like mr trumps campaign events. thousands of supporters. nat - protester interruption from a protester. and mr trump, criticizing the media. 7:46 'they were devastated on november 8th while he no longer wants to investigate former rival hillar president-elect seemed to enjoy another refrain from the campaign. "you people don't stop... lock her up... lock her up.. so i used to say when i hear this chant: let's just win on novemeber 8th but now we've won. big league... you people, i'll tell ya tough people in
and incoming white house chief of staff reince priebus were also here. clarke urged the crowd to keep up the fight against mr trumps opponents, asking them, 'do you have your pitchforks and torches ready?' theo keith, fox6 news. there were several protests that interrupted president elect trump's speech. but for the peaceful. democratic state representative jocasta zamarripa - issuing a statement on mr. trump's visit.. "it is clear trump has no interest in changing the ways things are and is selling out main street to keep his corporate friends and wealthy special interests happy. if our new president-elect is truly going to put workers first, he should show it right now, and stand up to house republicans who have put american jobs and industry in jeopardy." if you'd like to hear more about mr. trump's visit-- we've posted his speech and reactions to it on our
a house fire on 26th and west hope. the fire chief told fox6 the fire started in a second story bedroom... and there were no smoke alarms in the house. fortunately, everyone got out safely - with no injuries. the cause is under investigation. a sheboygan man is charged with making terrorist threats - after his online posts made people worried he was plotting a school shooting. 21-year-old joshua bagemehl bag-uh-meal was arrested just hours after buying an assault riffle on monday.on sunday-- posted on facebook quote "someone needs to do a school shooting around here. it would be funny as expletive." two days later he posted videos of his newly purchased gun. someone turned in his posts anonymously to crime stoppers. officials say bagemehl bag-uh-meal told authorities he enjoys watching violent videos, and doing so makes the urge to shoot people go away.he says the posts were done, to get "a reaction." one of the things that particularly bothered me, was his alleged comment that he like videos where he could hear the women screaming that says to me ok, were dealing with someone with
bail was set for 75-thousand dollars. he's due back in court next week. and today marks the fourth anniversary of the sandy hook massacre... when 20-year-old adam lanza killed 20 children and six teachers. the gunman also shot and killed his mother before driving to the school. he later took his own life. a moment of silence is planned today at 9:30 a.m....and a counseling center "growing pains" star alan thicke has died at the age of 69... after suffering a heart attack while playing hockey with his teenage son. he was most famous for his roll as dr. jason seaver, the dad on the 80s sitcom "growing pains". the show launched thicke's career... as well as the career of kirk cameron, who played his son on the show. thicke recently appeared on the netflix reboot of "fuller house" - as a bad blind date of cameron's sister, candace. she posted "i'm sad beyond words
known you since i was 8 years old and so glad i had the pleasure of working with you again recently on fuller house. you were a part of my family and hockey family... you will be greatly missed. thicke is survived by his three sons...singer robin thicke...brennan, carter and his wife tanya. the city of milwaukee is moving ahead to tackle a big problem in the city. a multi-million dollar plan will require tens of thousands of homes to have their lead laterals replaced. under the plan a homeowner would pay up to 16 hundred dollars, or no more than a third of the section of pipe under their property. the city would pay the rest. crews will start next year by replacing pipes that bring water to day care centers and pipes that have histories of breaking. straight ahead - the disturbing new video... now being released as evidence... in dylann roof's trial. plus - why lawyers burst into a shouting match... at bill cosby's pre-trial hearing. and new court documents... showing the text messages from the man who stormed into a pizzeria to investigate a fake news story.
traffic check red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no de across america - lawyers... bursting into shouts during bill cosby's pre-trial hearing. angelica's following that story and more from across america. the lawyers were fighting over a demand made by bill cosby's defense team - to identify his accusers by name in public documents. the actor faces aggravated
drugging and sexually assaulting andrea constand - a former temple university employee - back in 2004. 13 other women leveled similar accusations against cosby. a judge needs to decide whether their testimonies should be allowed as evidence in the trial. the hearing in pennsylvania is expected to wrap up within the next day or so. cosby, who has pleaded not guilty, is set to go on trial in june. meanwhile... court documents say the man who showed up at a d-c pizzeria with an assault rifle told his friends that people could b called raid. edgar maddison was investigating a fake news story... claiming hillary clinton and her campaign chief were running a child trafficking ring in the "comet ping pong" restaurant's back rooms. the documents say maddison texted a friend saying the raid might mean "sacrificing the lives of a few for the lives of many." maddison fired a shot in the pizzeria... but he surrendered peacefully... after he told police he couldn't find any evidence the story was true. he
carolina released this video yesterday as evidence used in the trial of dylann roof. in the videos... roof can be seen practicing firing a weapon at different targets. he also appears to point a red laser at the camera before firing the gun. the 22- year old has confessed to killng nine members of charleston's emanuel ame chruch during a bible study in 2015. roof faces 33 federal charges. prosecutors are pursuing the death penalty. ceasefire in aleppo has broken... just one day after it was announced. this comes as thousands of civilians are trying to flee parts of eastern aleppo... leaving streets completely deserted. the united nations... calling the last few days in aleppo "a complete meltdown of humanity." the u-n says more than 80 civilians were executed by government forces as they advanced on the city this week... including women and children. "we've received very worrying allegations that hundreds of men have gone missing after crossing into
the men who are all believed to be under 50 years old after they fled rebel controlled areas a week or 10 days ago." many civilians still trapped in eastern aleppo are now posting farewells to loved ones on social media. ohio governor john kasich signs one abortion bill on his desk - but vetoes the other. abortions in the state after 20 weeks... but vetoed an amendment known as the "heartbeat bill." that bill would have banned abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected - usually at six weeks. kasich is against abortion - but questioned the constitutionality of the heartbeat bill. measures similar to it that were passed in other states have twice been declared unconstitutional by federal judges. meanwhile... president obama signs the landmark "21st century cures" bill into law... giving more than six billion dollars to
bi-partisan support. it's expected to help millions of americans in years to come. the act includes the "cancer moonshot" initiative led by vice president joe biden...which gives one-point-eight billion dollars to the fight against cancer. "those who are docs know that - how many times has a patient come to you and say i don't expect you to make me whole again. but just give me a month so i can walk her down the aisle. just give me. just give me another six weeks because my grandchild. people aren't asking for the impossible." in honor of vice president joe biden's son - beau biden - who died last year of brain cancer. part of that 21st century cures act will also go toward fighting the opioid epidemic... and in madison... efforts are underway to fight heroin at a state-level as well. members of the "coalition to combat heroin" are proposing random drug testing for students in extra curriculars as a way to
worked to produce ideas that will eventually be turned into laws. the coalition to combat heroin includes police chiefs, legislators and other members of the community. police-- searching for the woman suspected of robbing a bank... after she went into the waukesha state bank around 5 last night and demanded money from the teller with a note. no weapons were implied or shown. the suspect took some money and ran off. all that money, all that time, all that effort, we added--we got 131 votes more than we had before. thanking the state that put him over the top on election night. why he's comparing house speaker paul ryan - who he famously clashed with - to a fine wine... that's ahead at 7. and shelters are adding hours to keep up with the demand... as temperatures drop to bitter cold levels. eleven shelters... now open in milwaukee county... with more warming centers set to open in the coming days. if you see someone in need call 2-1-1.
forecast from fox6 chief meteorologist rob haswell partly sunny and cold today with a strong west and northwest wind making it feel even colder! highs today will be in the low double digits but feel double digits below zero at times. high pressure keeps sun in the forecast for thursday but even colder air arrives with highs in the single digits and system arrives friday with accumulating snow. snow will continue overnight friday and into saturday morning. temperatures will go up a bit ahead of that low but then fall again into the single digits by the end of the weekend. today: partly sunny, windy and bitter cold. high: 12 wind: nw 10-25 mph tonight: clear and cold. low:
bitter cold. high: 6 wind: w 10-15 mph friday: cloudy with the chance for snow. am low: -3 high: 22 wind: se 5-10 mph saturday: cloudy with the chance for snow. am low: 20 high: 26 wind: nw 15-25 mph sunday: mostly cloudy and cold. am low: -1 high: 6 wind: nw 5-10 mph monday: partly sunny and cold. am low: -5 high: 12 wind: sw 5-10
= major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays some drama during a radio interview on the bill michaels show yesterday - as hall of famere former packers assistant - went off on g-m ted thompson. thompson has often been criticized for not getting his coach enough "talented" players to support aaron rodgers. "i think it is a freaking shame that the green bay packers have not surrounded him with everything that he needs in the prime of his career to get back in the super bowl again. and you scratch your head like, 'why?!' there's reasons why the patriots are knocking on the door of the super bowl each and every year. why?! i think it's a shame for aaron
the playoff push continues...as the packers go up against the bears this sunday at high noon on fox. tim and brandon will be live from soldier field right afterwards. they'll have lots of locker room reaction and defensive lineman mike daniels... and they'll wrap up the whole day on the fox6 sports blitz sunday night at 10:35. does the "emoji" count as its own language? the new job opening... answering that question. mr. trump's secretary of state nominee was all everyone could talk about yesterday tower.
the firm says they need a specialist to help decode how emojis translate across cultures. one assignment is already lined up -- a client wants to translate his diary into emojis for his kids. apple's new airpods are finally available to buy online... after a nearly two-month delay. apple unveiled them in september. but the company said it needed a "little more time" to get them ready for sale. if you're ordering them online... the wireless earbuds won't be delivered before christmas - but they will be available in stores starting next week. and speaki president- elect trump is expected to meet with top tech industry leaders today. that group will include executives from apple... facebook... amazon... tesla... microsoft and more. many tech leaders in silicon valley opposed mr. trump's campaign... with more than 140 people signing a public letter against him at one point. but one source says today's focus will be on jobs and how the industry can help the government become more efficient. mr. trump held several meetings yesterday - with one visit making a lot of headlines... kanye west stopped by trump tower... after reportedly asking for a brief
exhaustion. the president-elect says the two have been friends for a long time and talked about "life." the rapper later tweeted that the two met to discuss multicultural issues...like bullying and supporting teachers. he also tweeted that he felt it is important to have a direct line of communication with the future president if we truly want change. he followed that with the hashtag : 2024 -- alluding to a possible run for president after mr. trump. looking ahead - chris rock announces he'll be coming to the milwaukee theatre on march 13th - durin years. tickets for "the total blackout tour" go on sale this friday. now at seven -- you are waking
sub-zero and they will be that way all day. ahead how you can stay safe during the deep freeze. they are nice people. i mean very polite. i dont... very surprised by it. a 21-year-old sheboygan man-- arrested over concerns that he may have been plotting a school shooting. ahead what investigators found on his facebook page that led to his arrest. good morning and welcome back to wakeup! weather today: partly sunny, windy and bitter cold. high: 12 wind: nw 10-25 mph tonight: clear and cold. low: -3