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now at 10-- a fox 6 exclusive. these little @#$% stole my car. @!#$ the victim of refuses to let the teenage suspects get away. plus-- an accident in racine takes the life of a sanitation worker and pastor. and-- "i dont know how people can stay out in this all night." we take you inside one of the shelters offering refuge on a bitterly cold night. that is our big story: a one-two punch when it comes to the weather. first dangerous wind chills-- then more snow. tonight we have team coverage. ashley sears shows us how people
chill advisory. but let's start with weather expert stephanie barichello in the storm center. a wind chill advisory is in effect until 10am tomorrow. blustery and very cold tonight with subzero lows and wind chills in the 20s below zero. mostly sunny and windy thursday with highs in the single digits and wind chills staying in the teens below. a quick burst of snow is possible late tomorrow night into friy steady, heavier snow arrives friday afternoon and evening. a winter storm watch goes into effect at 2pm friday and continues into saturday morning. tonight: blustery and very cold. low: -3 wind: nw 10-20 mph thursday: mostly sunny, blustery and bitter cold. high: 7 wind: nw 10-20 mph friday: morning snow then steady afternoon/evening snow. am low: 2
some organizations are trying to make things safe for the area's most vulnerable. emergency shelters are opening up, so the homeless have a place to go. fox 6's ashley sears is live west allis at one of those shelters-- this warming shelter opened up today and will stay open throughout the night. we are at "feeding his flock." it has been a very busy night here--and the group expects it
its been a very long day in the basement of the chapel at 81st and lapham in west allis-- and its only just begun. the "feeding his flock" homeless outreach group gets ready for the night ahead. hangout and keep warm, maybe play some games they've opened up an emergency warming shelter for the night. welcoming those without a home--a place to escape the cold-- nats: rv volunteers even go out in it-- we are heading to pick up a local couple who is homeless. bringi weve got a warming shelter by us this group is one of several in southeast wisconsin-- nats: operator at 211 making sure people stay safe as the temperatures dip. were available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. at the impact 2-1-1 call center-- nats: operator resource specialists connect callers with the help they're looking for. assisting many in finding shelter. 58:41 any given day, we take about 600 calls. as it gets colder like this the call volume will go up. with
way-- nats: from rv??? each group gets ready for what's ahead. making sure everyone stays safe. 13:10 nobody should be out there, so this is really important. this warmer shelter is full .it will stay open until 7 in the morning. and it will continue to operate as long as temperatures are at 10 degrees or below. live in west allis, ashley sears fox 6 news. ted thanks ashley a few day cares and churches have already made the decision to close complete list is our website-- fox 6 now dot com. and be sure to download the fox6 storm center app-- it's free for apple an android devices. the cold weather---partly to blame for a man's car being stolen. he decides to go after it and streams the entire chase live on facebook! our ben handelman with the incredible video, the man now admits was not the best idea-- in this fox 6 exclusive. it is a wild chase to catch
enforcement behind the wheel. i guess i was doing it out of anger because i was mad daunte donte ealy shot the video.he says it all started when he stepped away from his vehicle tuesday morning. i was warming up the car and keep the car warm, and it was about 2 seconds. it started rolling away. ealy says acting on emotion-- i just got in her car. he jumped in a stranger's car, who agreed to tail the thieves. ealy truck a few blocks away, where teens were meeting up with a second stolen car. when they realized they were being followed, they bailed on the truck--- then he get in the car, and i jump in my car, then the chase started from there. ealy began streaming live on facebook. these little @#$% stole my car. @!#$ he chased the thieves down snow covered streets-- even on the wrong side of the road. ealy says he wasn't thinking clearly. i ain;t want to take no loss with this car, so i just went with it.. during the chase--- one person
all the suspects get away. dont leave your lkeys in the car, stay outside with your car until it warm up. a tough way to be reminded who may be lurking this winter. its a lesson learned for me too. not to do it again? never to do it again. ever. ealy has had other vehicles stolen before and says he couldn't afford to lose his vehicle again. he admits hea and others. milwaukee police say if you're car is stolen, let them handle it. to date thieves have taken nearly 6- thousand cars in milwaukee. the good news--- that's down 14 percent from last year. ted. heartbreak at a sheboygan county college campus. the body of a lakeland university student was found in a pond on campus.
a genuine guy. kaelin o'neal had been missing since sunday morning. the freshman was the backup quarterback on the school's football team. the sheriffs office says there is no indication of foul play-- but they're still trying to figure out how o'neal--who's from north carolina-- ended up in the water. racine police are investigating a crash that claimed the life of mark gates. he was a sanitation worker and a pastor in racine. but as fox6's brittany shannon reports, to those who knew him he was so much more to the racine commu "it's emotional, you know" brenna freeman looks longingly at the front of her church. and a reminder of her pastor... "felt like i needed to be here. this is where he would have wanted us to be" the racine woman's pastor, mark gates, a fixture here at christ chapel... "he would have given his coat to somebody that needed it his shirt off his back if you needed
members learning their pastor had passed away. gates worked as a racine sanitation employee. he was struck by a car while collecting recyclables wednesday morning. he was flown to froedtert where he died. "you expect your pastor to be here and not to be taken away in some tragic accident" gates meaning so much to so many. racine mayor john dickert calling him a "highly respected and dedicated employee" "a deeply faithful and caring pastor" also reminding people to slow down. a similar message from fl washington avenue. "we out here every day trying to do the job for the community just slow down" now...a void for the people of christ chapel. but hope. "53:41 in a way this is gods ultimate healing. hes home" the cause of this crash remains under investigation. police are looking for any witnesses to come forward with information. if you know something call the racine police department. live, brittany shannon, fox 6 news.
in waukesha-- three massage parlors have been shut down. police say they were really a front for prostitution. four women were arrested monday after a lengthy investigation. it included an undercover detective going inside to see what would happen. police say they got numerous complaints about the businesses, which advertised on an internet sex site called "back page". three state lawmakers are calling on milwaukee county sheriff david clarke to resign. state senator chris larso reps jonathan brostoff and christine sinicki released a statement today-- calling the sheriff's office "grossly mismanaged." four people, including an infant born to an inmate have died in the county jail since april. the lawmakers say these deaths are tied directly to clarkes lack of supervision. his spokeswoman, fran mclaughlin ?released a statement saying the sheriff "is bored with this democrat party fake news because he helped donald
night's trump victory rally and it touched a nerve. hashtag make america great again" in the meantime-- the county board will consider requiring an external investigation of the in-custody deaths at a special meeting tomorrow morning. if approved the full board will take it up at their regularly scheduled meeting at 9:30. the public is welcome to attend. ty montgomery has done more than just help out at running back, he's become the main man. tim van vooren has more on montgomery goinf in the blitz. "there was a time early this season when ty montgomery was not getting much action in the packers offensive game plan. that time has passed. he's become a main player, mostly from the backfield." "i love what they've allowed me to do here. it's been a blessing but i still keep that same mentality. at the end of the day what matters is running because if i go to the super bowl that means the rest of the team went to the super bowl. if somebody else got us to the super bowl that means i'm going
super bowl. the end goal is just to win games." "ty montgomery's number two on the depth chart at running back behind james starks even though he's number 88 in your program. he's also in reality the number one option fro coach mike mccarthy when handing off the ball. at lambeau field, tim van vooren, fox six sports." the packers play the bears sunday at noon and you ca on fox 6. afterward watch a special blitz postgame for analysis and reaction. and at 10:35 we'll have a full recap on the fox6 sports blitz. all she wanted was to to get to school on time.
daughter ... gets to the bus stop ... on time. what time is it? so far this school year ... they've spent a lot of time waiting . we used to bring chairs. we would bring chairs outside, folding chairs, and sit right outside to watch for the bus. ja'kira is in third grade at milwaukee spanish immersion. where the school day starts at 8-45. her mom says ... most days ... ja'kira has been late. jenna: do you care about school? ja'kira: yes. jenna: do you like school? ja'kira: yes, i love school. ja'kira says she's been makes me feel like, frustrated cause i have to get my work done and i don't want to get behind on my work. it makes me furious at this point that i had to go through these lengths to get my daughter to school on time. denise says she called lakeside bus company ... her daughter's school ... and the school district... but the bus
she rearranged her work schedule ... because she doesn't want ja'kira alone at the bus stop. the red house there, there's a registered sex offender in the upper unit.. on the day contact 6 waited with ja'kira ... ok another bus driver hello. the bus arrived 14 minutes late. have a great day! jarika's mom says her bus got school ... at 8-56. eleven minutes late. contact 6 reached out to lakeside bus company ... which thanked us for bringing it says in an email ... "we checked our gps records for pick-up and drop-off times" ... "and also spoke with our local dispatch team. it appears that, due to heavy traffic, the route does need to be adjusted" m-p-s tells contact 6 ... it already approved one adjustment to ja'kira's route ... since the family continued to have concerns ... they've authorized a change in pick-up time ... to make sure ja'kira gets to school on time.
ready, ready, ready. a couple weeks later ... we meet denise and ja'kira at the bus stop again. things has gotten a lot better. this time ... the bus arrives on schedule... to the minute. she's getting to school on time. we check up on ja'kira's arrival at spanish immersion ... and see her bus in the que ... right at 8- 45. jakira has enough time to eat breakfast ... and get to class on time. were most glad that you guys could help. really ap m-p-s tells us it manages the transportation of 50-thousand students in the milwaukee area. it says this family followed the right protocol by contacting the school and the bus company. but denise says getting this fixed ... took a lot more time and effort than she anticipated ... and that included contacting us. who bears most of the responsibility here ... is it m-p-s or lakeside? at the end of the day ... both bear responsibility.
in this case ... lakeside determined there was a problem ... it needed the district's approval to fix it ... which the district gave. but this isn't the only complaint contact 6 has gotten about school buses this year ... so it seems this family isn't alone. a wind chill advisory is in effect until 10am tomorrow. blustery and very and wind chills in the 20s below zero. mostly sunny and windy thursday with highs in the single digits and wind chills staying in the teens below. a quick burst of snow is possible late tomorrow night into friday morning, about an inch possible. steady, heavier snow arrives
winter storm watch goes into effect at 2pm friday and continues into saturday morning. tonight: blustery and very cold. low: -3 wind: nw 10-20 mph thursday: mostly sunny, blustery and bitter cold. high: 7 wind: nw 10-20 mph friday: morning snow then steady afternoon/evening snow. high: 23 wind: se 5-15 mph saturday: cloudy with the chance for snow. am low: 20 high: 25 wind: nw 10-20 mph sunday: partly sunny and very cold. am low: -6 high: -2 wind: nw 5-10 mph monday:
high: 11 wind: sw 10-15 mph tuesday: mostly sunny. am low: 8 high: 24 wind: sw 5-10 mph a wind chill advisory is in effect until 10am tomorrow. blustery and very cold tonight with subzero lows and wind chills in the 20s below zero. mostly sunny and windy thursday with high wind chills staying in the teens below. a quick burst of snow is possible late tomorrow night into friday morning, about an inch possible. steady, heavier snow arrives friday afternoon and evening. a winter storm watch goes into effect at 2pm friday and continues into saturday morning. tonight: blustery and very cold. low: -3 wind: nw 10-20 mph thursday: mostly sunny, blustery and bitter cold. high: 7 wind: nw 10-20 mph friday: morning snow then steady afternoon/evening snow. am low: 2 high: 23 wind: se 5-15 mph saturday: cloudy with the chance for snow. am low: 20 high: 25
am low: -6 high: -2 wind: nw 5-10 mph monday: mostly sunny and cold. am low: -8 high: 11 wind: sw 10-15 mph tuesday: mostly sunny. am low: 8 high: 24 wind: sw 5-10 mph momentum and a little luck are the ingredients the packers will need to make the playoffs this year a reality. tim van vooren tackles what they can control coming up. and neither of those will most likely play a role if aaron
get your morning started with fox6 wakeup at 4:30-- count on us for breaking news, weather and traffic - plus developing stories from overnight. carl is previwing a new year's eve tradition in milwaukee. see if he's got game with the harlem globerotters. tomorrow on wakeup! to find out if aaron rodger's calf will allow him to play against the bears. the answer is yes. today, rodgers said that he will play against the bears, despite playing through a great deal of pain against the seahawks. he did not participate in practice on wednesday however. the packers also have added linebacker jordan tripp to the roster after he was released by the
you can see the game from the comfort of your home with kick off at noon. we'll follow it up with complete post game coverage including a 1 on 1 interview with mike daniels. then it's the fox 6 sports blitz at 10:35. the bucks have a second night off in a row before hosting the bulls on the front end of a home and home tomorrow night. matching up at the kohl center. after a slow start, the badgers get into a groove midway through the 1st half. zak showalter drains a couple of threes. and nigel hayes adds another triple, part of a 14-2 run for bucky. then it's the quick hands of ethan happ making the steal, running the break and finding hayes for the up and under. the badgers coast to a 73-59 win.
battle tonight against ohio. dan studer's lay up early in the 2nd half puts the panthers up by 4. in the final minute, down by 5, he'd cut the deficit to 3 with the jumper. but they couldn't get over the hump and fall 71-69 on the road. another player has left the marquette program as traci carter has departed effective immediately. . he plans on transferring to another school. left the program for uw green bay. finally, the brewers have added yet another starting pitcher to an already crowded roster as they have signed tommy milone to a one year deal. the left handed starter most recently pitched for minnesota but became a free agent when he refused an assignment to triple a. last season he was 3-5 with a
finally tonight-- shop with a cop! milwaukee police officers from district 5 teamed up with 20 kids today. they each got a gift card to walmart-- and the officers helped them pick out gifts for themselves and their families. after the shopping was done-- the kids even got some help with the wrapping. wakeup starts at 4:30! breaking