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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
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traffic map = 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.
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when temperatures hit 10 or below, the shelter opens back up 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. "we greet them, offer them a hot shower, a hot cup of coffee, a hot meal, pillow and a place to sit., sometimes they put the chairs together and lay down. at about 11 o'clock things settle down and we might even put a movie in and go through the night in warmth " 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
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you'll find cold weather resources online at fox six now dot com or the fox six news app. we have a list of warming centers and details on energy assistance. just click on links. president-elect donald trump will meet with top tech industry leaders today. this comes after making a stop here in wisconsin last night. angelica joins us now with more on last night's victory rally. president-elect donald trump is the first republican to win wisconsin since ronald reagan. last nigh governor scott walker and house speaker paul ryan for their hard work. "he's like a fine wine, every day goes by i get to appreciate his genius more and more, and if he ever "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 that ok?" the president-elect mocked wisconsin's recount but said it was worth it because it showed he won by even more. the crowd was so large that state fair park officials opened a partition in the back of the
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people. the fire marshal said they would do that when the crowd hit six-thousand. democrats responding to the president-elect's visit. state representative jocasta zamarripa issued this statement saying - quote - "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 jeopardy." 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. breaking news --- a ceasefire ending a bloody two year war in syria has been broken. hours before a planned evacuation was set to take place.... bombing resumed in a rebel-held neighborhood of aleppo. the turkey-brokered
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regime-aligned militia and rebel forces was announced yesterday. government forces had reclaimed most of aleppo. the planned evacuation of rebels and civilians has now been delayed. the first group that was supposed to leave was to consist of 70 injured people and their family members. today marks four years since the deadly shooting at the sandy hook elementary school in connecticut. 20-year-old adam lanza killed 20 children and six teachers. the gunman also shot and killed his mother before driving to the life. a moment of silence is planned today at 9:30 a.m....and a counceling center will be open for extended hours. a sheboygan man is charged with making terrorist threats. this after his posts online caused some to fear he was plotting a school shooting. 21-year-old joshua bagemehl was arrested just hours after buying an assault riffle on monday.on sunday-- authorities say the suspect posted on facebook quote: "someone needs to do a school shooting around
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posted videos of his newly purchased gun. someone turned in his posts to "crime stoppers".. authorities say bagemehl 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." he's due back in court next week. milwaukee police continue to search for a suspect who shot and killed a 15 year old girl while she was inside her home. last night --- a vigil was held in front of the house where melanie johnson was shot and killed on monday. she was in the kitchen of her familys home near 35th and silver spring when she was sht from outside the home.. milwaukee police say theyre still investigating the circumstances of the shooting. i never expected to see my little sister on the news or have to put my little sister on a t-shirt. this can happen to anybody anywhere. please put the guns down. please. according to milwaukee police, melanie johnson is the 133rd person to be murdered in milwaukee this year. new this morning --- the man accused in a triple homicide in milwaukee
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psychological evaluations for several months. new doctors reports released in court yesterday... led a judge to rule popp is competent to proceed in the case. popp is accused of killing his neighbors jesus manso perez,-- and "my and pia voo" in front of their children back in march at their apartment building at 92nd and beloit. bond was set at 750-thousand dollars. he's scheduled for a preliminary hearing next week. happening now --- police in waukesha-- searching for the woman suspected of look if you recognize her. police say she went into the waukesha state bank around five last night. she demanded money from the teller with a note. no weapons were implied or shown. the suspect took some money and ran off. she's described as thin and about 5 foot 3. police say she spoke with an accent. anyone with information is asked to call police. still to come on wake up --- hollywood's most bankable movie stars. who's on top this year's list. plus, "growing pains" star -- actor alan thicke has died after suffering a heart
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look back at his life. and forget the grinch -- this time around... a granny steals christmas. what police accuse this elderly woman of doing before being caught on camera. and carl is checking out a christmas classic! the nutcracker!
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you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. today: partly sunny, windy and bitter cold. high: 12 wind: nw 10-25 mph tonight: clear and cold. low: -3 wind: nw dick adlibs traffic red on
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yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays milwaukee ballet's performance of the nutcracker has been a staple of the holidays. it runs through december 27th, and carl is giving us a look this morning at the marcus
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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 sub-zero lows. a low pressure system arrives friday with accumulating snow. s 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
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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 wind: nw 10-25 mph tonight:
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-3 wind: nw 10-15 mph time to find out who's turning six.... a big happy birthday to kennedy in franksville. she likes roller skating, playing on the playground, and crafting. here's a big birthday smile from ayden. he likes playing games, bowling and swimming. wake up jahsiyah... it's your birthday.she likes reading, dancing and spending time with her grandmother. it's time for mason in lisbon to celebrate. he likes playing baseball, basketball and riding his bike. there's six candle's on
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and cats. she likes batman, video games and cats. she likes batman, video games and cats. and cartier is happy to be turning the big oh six. he likes playing with cars, reading, and watching the brewers. to find out how to wish your child a happy sixth birthday on fox six wake up news - just log on to "fox six now dot com" for all the
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welcome back to wakeup! time now 7:xx partly sunny and cold with highs in the low double digits. right now . wind chills will be sub-zero all day. when more snow arrives next. hollywood loves big stars... especially the o in the big bucks. forbes releases its list of hollywood's best actors who bring in the most money. "captain america: civil war" star chris evans is number one of the list. according to forbes, evans brings in more than 135-dollars in ticket sales for every dollar he's paid. two more marvel heroes rank second and third: "guardians of the galaxy" star chris pratt delivers 125-dollars for every dollar on his paycheck. and "black widow" actress scarlett johansson movies make
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and back to actor chris pratt --- earlier this week he made an appearance at a california marine corps air station to meet with service members and their families. he also brought along a copy of his new film "passengers" for them all to watch before the movie hit theaters next wednesday. trending now ---- an elderly woman in missouri proves you can't be too careful with your holiday packages. check out this video --- it look like a sweet little old lady walking down the granny is a little bit more of a grinch -- watch her steal three packages right off someone's porch. she may have staked out the house as well - the security camera recorded a black hummer passing the driveway four times in less than five minutes. just two minutes after the last pass, she made her move. missouri police say a 65-year-old woman has been arrested in connection with the crime and could be tied
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investigators are hoping for a breakthrough in the nearly 20-year-old jonbenet ramsey murder case. what evidence will go through more testing. new plans are in place to prevent lead poisoning in milwaukee. how much new pipes will cost homeowners and the cit announcement from donald trump today and some unusual visitors at trump tower. i'm doug luzader in washington. we'll have the very latest from the transition
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and always have amazing prices on popular brands and thoughtful gifts. it's time to bring back the holidays with t.j.maxx, marshalls and homegoods. no more games, jerry. you saw the deal and hustled to u.s. cellular to get yourself the samsung galaxy s7 and 500 bucks. maybe. "maybe," jer-bear? hmm? got your phone and your $500 and put it under your own tree. that's your writing! you after santa's job? it was a one-day deal. sorry, santa. it's no crime to gift yourself. get a samsung galaxy s7 this saturday
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now at 7-30.. waking up to brutally cold temperatures this morning and a wind chill advisory is going into effect for us tonight. weather expert rob haswell is tracking how long this cold snap will last. thanks for staying with wakeup.. time now x:xx.. kim, nicole and angelica adlib toss to wx 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 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
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anchor adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic 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
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is live from repairers of the breach near 14th and vliet with more. the cold can be dangerous. 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 the staff make sure food is hot and put out scarves and hats. 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
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tuesday night in milwaukee county...and the number should increase as the 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 check the radar anytime - right from your phone. just download the fox 6 storm center app, it's available on android and apple. the city of milwaukee moving ahead to tackle a big problem require tens of thousands of homes to have their lead water pipes replaced. under the plan a homeowner would pay up to 16 hundred dollars, or no more than a third of the cost of replacing the section of pipe under their property. the city would pay the rest. we understand there are going to be families who can't afford this right now. at the same time there are absentee landlords who would not be doing this if we did not mandate the city will start next year by replacing pipes that bring water
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histories of breaking. until laterals get replaced, water filtration systems are encouraged. what should you look for when purchasing one? search "n-s-f logo" on fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app for more information. one day after making a stop here in wisconsin to thank voters --- president- elect donald trump adding another person to his administration. fox's doug luzader has the story from washington. in from trump headquarters this morning, making it official that former texas governor rick perry will be nominated as energy secretary. we knew this was coming, but otherwise, it's been difficult to predict who is going to walk through the doors at trump tower. donald trump continuing what he calls his "thank you" tour in wisconsin last night. but, even he couldn't ignore the -- let's say, "unusual" -- combination of people who have been showing up at trump tower, headlined by mercurial performer, kanye
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anna wintour, kanye -- that's right, i like kanye." so, what was kanye west really doing at trump tower. he said on twitter that the topics ranged from bullying to violence in chicago. at other end of the spectrum, there was bill gates. gates says "..we had a good conversation about innovation, how it can help in health, education." and, gates and other tech leaders from apple, facebook and google, with trump today to drill down on issues affecting that industry. and, the overall domestic economy will loom large today, as well, with the federal reserve expected to hike interest rates. and, the markets continuing to climb. the dow poised to set a new record, possibly crossing the twenty thousand threshold. trump returning to language from the campaign trail. trump says "..my administration will be focused on three very important words. jobs, jobs, jobs." back
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over some of trump's cabinet picks, including exxonmobil c-e-o rex tillerson as secretary of state. and, there are more calls for investigations into russia's alleged involvement in the presidential campaigns. on cam tag and, the timing here is certainly sensitive. on monday, members of the electoral college will cast their votes. in washington, doug luzader, fox news. a ban on abortions after 20 weeks will now be the a and more money is on the way for medical research. angelica is in the newsroom with a look across america. the landmark "21st century cures" bill, giving more than six billion dollars to medical research... is now law. president barack obama signed the bill after congress passed it with bi- partisan support. the bill cuts red tape in getting approval for drugs and medical devices. the act includes the "cancer moonshot" initiative led by vice president joe biden... which gives nearly 2 billion dollars to the fight against cancer. it's
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last year of brain cancer. ohio governor john kasich signed a bill tuesday outlawing abortions in the state after 20 weeks. the governor described the measure as "the most legally sound and sustainable approach to protecting the sanctity of human life." kasich however...vetoed an amendment known as the "heartbeat bill." it would have banned abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected, usually at six weeks. measures similar to the heartbeat bill, passed by other states, have twice by federal judges. nearly 20-years after the unsolved murder of "jon-benet ramsey", colorado investigators are planning a new round of d-n-a testing. the six-year old was found dead in the basement of her family's home, the day after christmas in 1996. boulder police and prosecutors hope a more sophisticated d-n-a test will unveil new clues. the results would then be checked against an f-b-i database with millions of known offenders.
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of his key pre-trial hearing in pennsylvania this morning he's been charged with aggravated indecent assault, for an alleged attack on andrea constand 12-years ago. during yesterday's hearing-- cosby spoke twice to correct prosecuting attorney kevin steele. steele incorrectly stated cosby's age and the location of a hotel. the hearing is to determine if 13 other women who leveled similar accusations against cosby should be allowed to testify. t-v fans around the world are remembering one of america's favorite dads... alan thicke who died he was reportedly playing hockey with his son when he suffered a heart attack. doug kolk look back at alan thicke's life and memorable career. a publicist says alan thicke, who played the likable father on the sitcom growing pains,'' has died at age 69. carleen donovan, who is a publicist for thicke's son, singer robin thicke, says the actor died from a heart attack
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alan thicke starred as dr. jason seaver in the abc series growing pains,'' which aired from 1985 until 1992. the canadian-born actor had a prolific career, including cameos in recent years on the comedy how i met your mother'' and the netflix series fuller house.'' he was also a frequent pitchman for ads on sirius. the los angeles county coroner's office says thicke's death was not reported to them.
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don't miss the winter finale for empire tonight here on fox. we're getting a preview of the dramatic events that will unfold in tonight's episode. the hunger task force of milwaukee--getting a big donation from some of wisconsin's favorites. how jared cook and sargento teamed up for the cause. carl's heading to the ballet this morning-- checking out "the nutcracker."
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wakeup news. 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 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 windy and bitter cold. high: 12 wind: nw 10-25 mph tonight: clear and cold. low: -3 wind: nw 10-15 mph dick adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no
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with a mix of wonder and magic, and plenty of incredible dancing, the nutcracker is a timeless classic. the milwaukee ballet's performance involves hundreds of cast and crew members, and carl
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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 cl 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.
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high: 12 wind: nw 10-25 mph tonight: clear and cold. low: -3 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 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
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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 just in time for the holidays,
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and this one coming from two of wisconsin's favorite's the green bay packers and sargento foods presenting the 39- thousand dollar check to hunger task force. it marks the 14th season of the for "touchdowns for charity" program -- a program that has raised nearly 2 million dollars since it began. packers' tight end "jared cook" joined sargento's chairman of the board in presenting the donation. "i want to thank everyone for being here today. i want to thank the volunteers of the hunger task force, the people that and make sure the well-being of others is cared for." and being the official cheese of the packers, sargento donates one-thousand dollars to the hunger task force for each packers touchdown. cook also took time to sit down and sign autographs for volunteers. the packers play the bears sunday at noon and you can watch it right here on fox 6. a special blitz
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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. get our your skates - milwaukee's slice of ice is now open for the season.. and despite the frigid temperatures.. skaters say they're ready to glide.. you can keep your body moving you can got to starbucks get a coffee or a hot up ..as long as you're moving and skating you should be good for an hour or two.. and one week from today - a "holiday hoopla" taking place at slice of ice. it's a celebration of the ice-skating season. there will be live music and giveaways. that's taking place next wednesday from 4 to 7 p.m. sometimes guys can be the hardest people to shop for during the holidays. we're getting some gift ideas for the men in your life. 20-16 has been full of viral videos. we're taking a look at
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report. but after the break --- we'll
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shannon from the wisconsin humane society is here with
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can call 414 animals or go to the link on fox6now.com people interested in adopting can call the ozaukee campus of the humane society in saukville at 262 377-7580 or go to the link on
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