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in wisconsin, we support them. we will continue to support them.' about 50 people gathering this morning outside the wells fargo bank to rally against the dakota access pipeline... the bank is one of the organizations helping finance the project -- which would build 11-hundred miles of pipeline from north dakota to refineries in illinois. that path takes it near a reservation belonging to the standing rock sioux -- who fe could pollute their water supply and destroy native sites. meanwhile -- work on the pipeline itself is delayed once again... the army corps of engineers is pushing back on the controversial project. william la jeunesse is in north dakota with more. the controversy over the dakota access pipeline is heading back to court. developer energy transfer partners is asking a federal court to declare it has the legal right
after the army corps of engineers further delayed the project to allow more time to evaluate the issue. the energy company's c-e-o slamming that decision in a statement, reading in part... i "this action is motivated purely by politics at the expense of a company that has done nothing but play by the rules it was given." /i if completed, the 3-point-8 billion dollar pipeline would run some 12- hundred miles through four states, carrying up to 570-thousand barrels of now needs permission to cross under the missouri river. it's that move which is opposed by the neighboring standing rock sioux tribe and others. mos says: "..if this pipeline should burst, it's going to cause irreversible damage for millions of people along the missouri river." as the legal battle goes on... so do the anti-pipeline protests. hundreds of people have been arrested at demonstrations since august... and activists are protesting at locations across the nation. raven says: "..i'm a mother and
happens to this planet." on cam tag now the incoming trump administration could reverse course. president-elect trump has already said he's bringing back the controversial keystone x-l pipeline and this one does much the same thing... moving oil cheaper and faster. in cannon ball, north dakota ... william la jeunesse, fox news. it's time for your news and weather together. the man accused of killing a 5-year-old girl during a hit and run crash is now fa 30-year-old sherman liddell was behind the wheel of his girlfriend's s-u-v when he struck rickyiah langham november 6th. liddel's sister told investigators that he called her and admitted to hitting langham-- saying she darted in front of the s-u-v. he's charged with hit-and-run and driving with a suspended license-- both resulting in death. a milwaukee mother is dead -- killed in what neighbors say was a domestic- violence related shooting. police say 30-year-old kortni thornton along with a
glenbrook last night. thornton died at the scene -- leaving behind 3 children. police took the alleged shooter into custody this morning -- and say he and thornton knew each other. house republicans unanimously vote to re-elect paul ryan as house speaker. ryan says it marks the dawn of a "unified republican government" and has the support of president-elect donald trump. ryan says he will work to make sure that the american votes on election day are heard. a formal vote for ryan's reelection takes place on january third weather staying mostly clear tonight with lows in the 30s to around 40. sunny conditions expected tomorrow with similar highs in the middle 50s then a big warm up thursday into friday as high reach into the 60s. a strong storm system will bring rain late friday and may mix in with a few
only reach into the 30s. tonight: a few clouds low: 40 wind: nw 3-7 mph wednesday: mostly sunny. high: 56 wind: se 5-10 mph to 41 years in prison today. the antics were done by threatening his victims with a firearm. beverly taylor attended the sentencing and joins us live from the milwaukee county courthouse. brandon newson was 17 years old when he commited a string of seven carjackings affecting 10 victims
2015 in milwaukee. and, 19-year-old brandon newson of milwaukee was sentenced for committing seven of them. it started on may 24th 2015, with the first victim who was eight months pregnant. 2:47 the defendatnt approaches her and basically points a gun at her and tells are to get out of the car.a similar scenero would be played about six more times—with him threatening his victims with a gun. 'i want to apologize to the people he on his behalf. 'putting him in jail is not going to heip. so many go in and coming out with the same problem ... he needs mental help!!.the prosecutor told how newsons carjacking spree ended may 31st 2015 after flgetting stuck in a swamp in waukegan, illinois. 'ironically he told the dispatcher that he was scared after being tuck in mudand then newson spoke.
time.the prosecution recommended 50 years of initial confinement. i think i need time to understand who i am and im sure youre going to give that to me.judge frederick rosa sentenced him to 41 years of initial confinement. this carjacking problems is completely out of control and needs to be addressed in a very forceful way. newson was released from lincoln hills juvenile corrections in february and committed these crimes in may. he had two earlier juvenile delinquency cases that were dismissed or ordered supervision. ted thanks bev donald driver is a class act..he'll be the headliner
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tonight at six. marking 40 years this thursday... "it's great amount of time, but the work is not done, it's still before us." :03 "the great american smokeout" wants to stomp out tobacco. "everyone is working together to help individuals stop smoking." understanding it's harder than it sounds... "it may not work this thursday,
maybe it'll work on thanksgiving. that's coming up new at 6. maybe it won't require that the ceremoney be held on lambeau field, ala brett favre... but the lambeau field "atrium" is sure to be jam packed when donald driver is inducted to the packers hall of fame..class of '17..next july 22nd. number 80 was named on the first ballot. the 14 year vet the franchise's all-time leading receiver with 743 catches for over 10 thousand yards. his 62 career tds rank fifth in team annals. the 7th round pick from alcorn state came a long way to reach the nfl-and he wasn't going to let himself down-or anybody else. "the great one ron wolf believed in me and he told me hey i've got everything riding on you and i just didn't want to let him down so i pushed myself probably more than probably any other rookie would have pushed themself. i tried to catch every ball that
fence as a rookie and fans trying to help me in from underneath the fence to winning the super bowl to retiring in front of the fans." driver, the 4-time pro bowler, will be joined by cornerback mark lee in the packers hall of fame.. lee-who played 11 seasons from 1980 through 90-was a model of consistency whether in pass coverage or mike mccarthy and aaron rodgers would love lee or driver in their prime...if you believe a pro football talk report by mike florio..there's no love lost between the coach and his star quarterback. in fact, florio reports that their relationship dangerously exploding or impolding in a way that results in one of them packing..not aaron rodgers..according to the report. it's the kind of report you'll see when a team is struggling
move up in the college football playoff poll. right now, they're focused on winning at purdue. as always with this amazing journey this season--it starts and ends with the defense. "getting them in third and long, stopping the run early like. it's the same thing each and every week. just stopping the run early to creat second and long then kind of knowing their tendencies on second down and once we get them into third down, third and five and plus you can kind of pin the ears back a little bit and get after
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now open in west milwaukee... a ribbon-cutting ceremony was held today at the 42-thousand-square foot store on miller park way. it's part of a 4-point-6 acre development that includes a goodwill store and applebee's restraunt. company officials say the new store takes advantage of its location. "this is a much more ethnically diverse area and we're catering
sendik's plans to open in the next 12 to 15 months. for more information on this and other stories in the business journal, we have link to their site on ours, fox6now.com. it's time for your news and weather together. airstrikes resuming in the hard-hit syrian city of aleppo today... they're the first to hit the rebel-held city in weeks as syrian government forces launched a new assault on the city. the attack had been threatn residents by the government sunday -- instructing them to leave within 24 hours. this comes as the russian air force launches a major operation in two syrian provinces. german police carrying out raids against an islamist group that it has now banned. the country's interior minister says police targeted an organization called "the true religion." its members follow a fundamental islamic ideology that's on the rise in europe. the group is accused of
around 200 mosques, apartments, and other sites across 10 states. new zealand military officials say they've evacuated dozens of stranded tourists and residents from a coastal town after a powerful earthquake monday morning. the 7-point-8 magnitude quake cut off train and vehicle access to the town -- which is a popular destination for travelers on whale-watching expeditions. officials say about 5-and-a-half tons of supplies will be delivered to the area. toss to weather weather staying mostly clear tonight with lows in the 30s to around 40. sunny conditions expected
then a big warm up thursday into friday as high reach into the 60s. a strong storm system will bring rain late friday and may mix in with a few snowflakes. very chilly air by sunday as highs only reach clouds low: 40 wind: nw 3-7 mph wednesday: mostly sunny. high: 56 wind: se 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny.
40. sunny conditions expected tomorrow with similar highs in the middle 50s then a big warm up thursday into friday as high reach into the 60s. a strong storm system will bring rain late friday snowflakes. very chilly air by sunday as highs only reach into the 30s. tonight: a few clouds low: 40 wind: nw 3-7 mph wednesday:
am low: 28 high: 38 wind: nw 5-10 mph the all-electric chevy bolt has been named motor trend's car of the year... the bolt! which is expected to go on by the end of this year -- has an e-p-a estimated 238 mile driving range on a full charge. with prices starting at around 37- thousand-500-dollars -- or 30- thousand after federal tax incentives -- the bolt is considered the first relatively inexpensive long- range electric vehicle. many people are eagerly awaiting the release of nike's self-lacing sneakers -- but they're not going to be cheap. the company revealing
720-dollars. they'll be available at two locations in new york city on december 1st... the shoes will be lightweight and rechargeable. the self-lacing mechanism of the shoe works like automatic buckling -- the way snowboard bindings or roller blades tighten. visit fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app to get a closer look at these high-tech shoes. a sinkhole in japn almost as quickly as it appeared... this is what it looked like last tuesday -- after the sinkhole swallowed a chunk of road the length of a city block... since then -- crews have worked around the clock to fill the 98 foot wide and 50 foot deep hole with a mixture of sand and cement... and this is the result. it only took another 48 hours to reinstall utilities and resurface the
people magazine names this year's sexiest man alive... and we're getting our first look at the movie based off the boston marathon bombings... the details in tonight's buzz. people magazine names dwayne "the rock" johnson this year's sexiest man alive. the former wrestler is currently starring on the h-b-o series-- "ballers" along with co-starring in the "fast and furious" franchise... and his upcoming film "moana." the new title he felt he had "pretty much reached the pinnacle." j-j abrams is headed to broadway! the "star wars" and "star trek" director is producing his first broadway show...called "the play that goes wrong." it's a comedy about an amateur drama company struggling to put on a show. previews begin march ninth. nat-bell, crowd "they say half-a-million people watch the boston marathon here in new england." nat "hey!" "baby." "hey, you behaving yourself?" nat-boom we're getting a first look at the boston marathon bombing drama "patriots
different kind of makeover... vandals defaced the star...painting it to look like patrick, the cartoon character from "spongebob squarepants." the star, which is a symbol of communism in russia, sits atop a building that once served as a place for military supplies...and is covered with soviet symbols. police have launched an investigation to find the vandal.
our big story at six-- on the same day loved ones gathered to remember a 5-year-old victim of a hit and run-- the driver accused of hitting her is charged in court. angelica sanchez joins us live at the milwaukee county courthouse... with a break down of the criminal complaint. angelica. good evening-- the suspect had seven prior suspended license. according to the criminal complaint after the accident the suspect tried to cover up his involvement... but after confessing what he had done to a relative he said he needed to do for the sake of the victims family. 'had he stayed there... this may not have been a criminal charge or at least not as serious as it is now.' 30-year-old sherman liddell of
1 count of hit and run resulting in death and 1 count of driving with a suspended license resulting in death. according to the criminal complaint on november 6th ... 5-year-old rickyia langham was holding her mothers hand as they walked to their car on the east side of west leon terrace. they were on their way to church when according to her mother the five- year-old broke away and ran into the street. when her mother turned around an suv struck her daughter in the head. the child died at the scene. the driver never stopped. surveillance video from a store hours later liddells girlfriend the owner of the suv reported her car stolen to milwaukee police. after police investigated her claims she admitted liddell called her and told her to report the car stolen. shes now facing charges of her own. liddells sister told investigators her brother called her and admitted he was driving his girlfriends suv. he said he was not speeding that the child darted out in front of his car. and that all he saw of the