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you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. now at seven --- once again... thieves strike a milwaukee park and ride. why they don't even have to get inside the cars to steal from drivers. and --- a milwaukee mailman delivering a robber to police. the story you'll see only on fox6.... good morning and thanks for waking up with us. i'm derica williams. and i'm rachael kaye. we've officially seen our first snowflakes of the season! that said, the bigger news today is going to be the cold and wind. a wind advisory is in effect until 6pm. highs will stay in the mid 30s, with strong winds from the northwest making it feel more like the low 20s. we will see some blue sky this afternoon and mostly clear skies tonight.
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wind chills nearing the single digits. today: morning flurries then partly sunny, windy and cold. wind chills: 20s. high: 37 wind: nw 20-30
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targeting vehicles at a milwaukee park and ride. this latest incident involved a thief getting under a car...sawing off the catalytic converter. our ashley sears has the details. 23:33 we started it up and sure enough, it sounds like a race car. steve heder thought he was helping his daughter with normal car trouble-- 24:06 mechanic put it up on the lift the vehicle had been violated. 24:11 the entire catalytic converter had been cut clean and taken out. thieves had used a saw-- 31:10 you can tell it was a clean cut. this is not the first time they did it. to take out the catalytic converter. 27:25 i know its not just an isolated incident. in june--fox 6 reported similar thefts at the same lot-- 00:17 i went to start my jeep and nothing happened. a battery was taken from this
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right here, cut right here and then they went through. and a couple of other cars in the same lot had wheels stolen. milwaukee police told us then--there had been one or two car part thefts a month since january. they didn't share updated data when we asked friday. 25:29 we really want to get the word out to let people know whats going on. heder wants to see more security--either with cameras or patrols, so others 28:31 somebody really taking ownership. saying there is a problem, we need to solve this. the repairs cost heder about $700. he says his daughter will probably be avoiding this parking lot in the future. at the college avenue park and ride, ashley sears fox 6 news. gunshots are exchanged thursday night between milwaukee police officers and burglary suspect. it happened in the area near
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-- the suspect shot at them. officers then returned fire. police say nobody was injured. we went out and talked the some of the burglary victims -- their garages and doors had visible damage. one man tells us this was the third time somebody has broke in --in just the past couple years. "we are here to stay we are not going to be deterred out of this neighborhood we are here to stay and see and witness and reported anything out of the ordinary." the suspect tried to run but was taken into custody after a brief chase. charges are expected in the coming days. a milwaukee mailman not only delivers the mail -- he ends up delivering a robber to police. milwaukee police tell fox6 thursday morning two robbers stole a package from a mail carrier near arlington and warren on the city's east side. the mailman chased and tackled one of the robbers holding him for police. a neighbor ran out of his apartment to help pin the robber down. when police got there they discovered, inside the package
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back and forth . one was a mailman and he was screaming 911 so i actually called 911" milwaukee police say they have a nineteen year old man in custody and are looking for a second suspect. police in menomonie say they've identified a suspect in the death of a saudi arabian student studying at u-w stout. hussain saeed al-nah-di was beat to death nearly three weeks ago. according to police -- they haven't found any evid was a hate crime. investigators say the suspect is not a u-w stout student -- and he isn't from the area. the kenosha d-j accused of planting a hidden camera in a women's restroom at a bar -- could soon be facing new charges. christopher bohatkiewicz is already charged with eight felonies of capturing an intimate representation.yesterday in court -- the 42-year-old pleasant prairie man learned
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charges. that stems from a search warrant served at his home. the court set his bond at 100- thousand dollars. we're also learning about proposed changes to milwaukee public schools -- as students could see summer vacation cut short. that's if milwaukee public schools gets approval to shift the calendar year from september through june to august through may. there's also an optional 4-week-long session in june called a "j-term." m-p-s superintendent darienne driver says the "j-term" will h catch up with their peers. "our graduation rate is 58 percent for four years, 74 percent for six years. we want to close that gap from what is getting done in six years, to making it happen in four years, we need more time." the school board still needs to okay drivers' plan and then submit a waiver request to the department of public instruction. the waiver is needed because state law prohibits public
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september first. today is the day wisconsin hunters have been waiting for all year. the state's 9-day gun deer season opening bright and early this morning. as of thursday -- license sales were down 16-thousand compared to last year. the d-n-r says typically there's a friday-rush... so the total will likely go up. hunters say -- they're just anxious to get out there. "im stoked. we went out on the land last weekend to check stands and we had two huge bucks cr doe, so im pretty excited." there are some new rules for 2016, including the way you tag your deer and that hunters no longer need to wear back tags. plus, in an attempt to appeal to the female hunter, fluorescent pink is allowed in addition to blaze orange. still ahead -- president-elect donald trump unveils the top dogs on his national security team. take a selfie as you sip. how
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game. it's really beginning to look a like christmas... and julie collins is getting in the holiday spirit. hey julie! rachael adlibs "i'm tom hooper, i'm katrina cravy, i'm jenna sachs. contact 6. 44 years, millions of dollars of people helped. what does that add up to? contact 6. the milwaukee institution led by jenna sachs. she's here to help you and your family because you
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you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. we've officially seen our first snowflakes of the season! that said, the bigger news today is going to be the cold and wind. a wind advisory is in effect until 6pm. highs will stay in the mid 30s,
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r feel more like the low 20s. we will see some blue sky this afternoon and mostly clear skies tonight. temperatures will fall to the low 20s by tomorrow morning, wind chills nearing the single digits. today: morning flurries then partly sunny, windy and cold. wind chills: 20s. high: 37 wind: nw 20-30 mph it's the most wonderful time of the year! julie collins joins us live from the 90th annual holiday parade
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we've officially seen our first snowflakes of the season! that said, the bigger news today is going to be the cold and wind. a wind advisory is in effect until 6pm. highs will stay in the mid 30s, with strong it feel more like the low 20s. we will see some blue sky this afternoon and mostly clear skies tonight. temperatures will fall to the low 20s by tomorrow morning, wind chills nearing the single digits. sunday is looking mostly sunny but cold again. temperatures
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rain chances return again on tuesday. today: morning flurries then partly sunny, windy and cold. wind chills: 20s. high: 37 wind: nw 20-30 mph tonight: mostly clear and cold. low: 23 wind: nw 10-20 mph sunday: mostly sunny, breey high: 38 wind: nw 5-15 mph monday: mostly sunny. am low: 24 high: 40 wind: n 5-10 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy with rain likely. am low: 31 high: 45 wind: se 5-15 mph wednesday:mostly cloudy with rain likely. am low: 39 high: likely. am low: 39 high: 48 wind: s 5-15 mph thursday: mostly cloudy. am low: 36 high: 45 wind: nw 5-10 mph thursday: mostly cloudy. am low: 36 high: 45 wind: nw 5-10 mph
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washington sunday night, they will be without offensive linemen tj lang and jc tretter because of injuries.... linebacker clay matthews may be able to play after missing the last three weeks, but now fellow backer jake ryan is out... that means more of joe thomas, who had surprise fill-in duty last week.... "it's so much easier because i'm more prepared. i've been in the game plan for a full week. i got most of the reps looking in." joe thomas' dad, 55 year old joe thomas senior, is expected to play for south carolina state tomorrow against norfolk state, becoming the oldest player to appear in a college game... he's a running back who joe jr. says always keeps himself in great shape...
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sunday night packers game.... sliding back half an hour from our normal start time allows us to bring you the very latest right out of the locker room.... we hope you'll join us... how about some afternoon college basketball...... andrew rowsey tosses in twenty points off the marquette bench and the golden eagles take a double digit lead on pitt in madison square garden.... 410 but michael young scores a dozen in a row for the panthers by himself to erase that advantage... 502 m.u. can't make a basket down the stretch and is trailing by three with time running out... rowsey's three pointer catches the rim, but
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75.... time to find out who is turning six. allis a happy sixth birthday! she likes reading books, playing games and playing outside. look who's six in waukesha! joshua likes play-doh, video games and having dinner with his family. tyler in greenfield is turning the big six! he likes reading, playing sports and he loves dinosaurs. grant in oconomowoc is celebrating today! he likes fishing, playing with his brother and visiting disney world. here's a nice birthday smile from daniiyah in milwaukee!
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brother, reading and being with her mommy. we're cheering for ariella in racine! she likes her dog trixi, playing soccer and girl scouts. 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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coca-cola is now making a selfie bottle. a camera in the base of the bottle automatically takes a picture when you tilt it seventy degrees to take a sip. and thanks to a u-s-b port in the base, you can transfer your drinking selfies to your computer and share them on social media. an israeli advertising agency came up with the idea as a marketing gimmick. there's no word on whether the bottle will show up in stores in israel or perhaps other cu mcdonald's is bringing table service to its restaurants! the fast food giant is installing kiosks where you can place your own order before you sit down to eat. then once your food is ready-- a server will bring it to your table. the upgrade will take place at all fourteen thousand american mcdonalds-- but you can already find it in florida, new york, and california. the hope is the new technology will
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agine a world where instead of rushing to buy we gave thanks for what we already have. and the only thing open for business after dinner was the family room. at t.j.maxx, marshalls and homegoods we're closed on thanksgiving because family time comes first. let's put more value on what really matters. this season, bring back the holidays
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donald trump announces three key national security appointments. why they may be dealing with some roadblocks. and --- the world health organization makes a controversial move. why the zika considered a global health emergency. we've officially seen our first snowflakes of the season! that said, the bigger news today is going to be the cold and wind. a wind advisory is in effect until 6pm. highs will stay in the mid 30s, with strong winds from the northwest making it feel more like the low 20s. we will see some blue sky this afternoon and mostly clear skies tonight. temperatures will fall to the low 20s by tomorrow morning, wind chills nearing the single digits. today: morning flurries then partly sunny, windy and cold. wind chills: 20s. high: 37 wind: nw 20-30
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president-elect donald trump is revealing who he wants to be the top dogs on his national security team. but all of his candidates may be dealing with some roadblocks. sara murray explains ... donald trump unveiling the first layer of his national security team - a trio of picks signaling the president-elect has little interest in moderating the hard-line views he campaigned on. donald trump/r president-elect "we have to be tough, and we have to be
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for national security adviser, alabama senator jeff sessions for attorney general and congressman mike pompeo for c-i-a director. each one of them known for their unyeilding - and at times, controversial - views flynn has been lauded as a talented battlefield intelligence officer. but he could fuel concerns that trump's white house is a haven of intolerance. he's made a habit of voicing concern about islam, which he once called more of a political ideology than a religion. staunch anti- immigration positions in his two decades in the senate. but he's also echoed trump's calls for hillary clinton to face a special prosecutor for her use of a private email server - a threat sessions could turn into a reality if he's confirmed. sen. jeff sessions/r alabama "the evidence indicates to me that this should be fully investigated. i can not say mr. comey has not completed a full investigation but it seems like he has not." as for pompeo - the house intelligence committee member
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the 2012 attack in benghazi - rep. mike pompeo/r kansas "how come not a single person lost a single paycheck connected to the fact we had the first ambassador killed since 1979? how come no one has been held accountable to date?" the kansas republican arguing there was a cover-up surrounding benghazi as the panel investigating the incident failed to find new evidence of wron obama administration or clinton trump, unveiling his picks with little pomp and circumstance - blasting out a press release with his selections this morning as he remained ensconced in trump tower. the president-elect now set to hunker down at his golf club in bedminster for a weekend of non-stop meetings. among those making the trek to see the president-elect- 2012 gop nominee mitt romney, former chancellor of the washington d-c public schools michelle rhee and general james mattis. a source
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wanted to serve as secretary of state, but a cabinet post in a trump white house would surprise many, given the tone between the two men during the campaign. mitt romney/r former presidential candidate "donald trump is a phony, a fraud." donald trump/r president-elect "i have a lot of friends. by the way, mitt romney is not one of them." new york attorney general eric schneiderman says his lawsuit and two others against trump university will be settled for 25 million dollars. he called it a "stunning reversal" of president-elect donald trump's position. a statement release trump fought us every step of the way, filing baseless charges and fruitless appeals and refusing to settle for even modest amounts of compensation for the victims of his phony university. today, that all changes." the settlement also covers two class- action suits lawsuit filed in california. a controversial move by the world health organization... the u-n agency now declaring
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health "emergency"... however, the agency warns the disease still remains, "a significant and enduring public health challenge." here's fox's kerin mccue. a controversial change in status for zika virus... the world health organization announcing friday the virus no longer constitutes an international health "emergency" designation. heymann says: "it no longer represents a public health emergency of internatioal agency insists the move does not mean it is downgrading the threat of the virus. salama says: "by placing this as a longer term of program of work, we're sending the message that zika is here to stay and who's response is here to stay in a very robust manner." rather, the w-h-o is stressing there's now a need for a long-term effort to tackle zika... which remains a serious global threat linked to birth defects and
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lifting the "emergency" label could slow support for zika research...while the virus is continuing to cause infections. one georgetown university global health law expert says he thinks the decision to change zika's designation is - quote - "unwise" and says the virus still holds the potential for an explosive epidemic. salama says: "we're dealing with long term issues here." salama says: "we're dealing with health systems issues," salama says: "we're dealing with long and comprehensive research and be multi years." the u-s centers for disease control and prevention says... the world health organization's announcement does not change the urgent need to better understand zika... and find vaccines to stop the disease. kerin mccue, fox news. ahead on wakeup --- wisconsin is all about enjoying the great outdoors.. how some campgrounds are stepping it up a notch. plus... "you said you wanted the girl with the two m's. that's not her that marlin mavery she's a baptist nun for christ sake. she's the only on on the payroll with two m's. did it occure to you that the one i
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payroll. ahhh you ment marilyn monroe." coming up --- gino sits down with the stars of the new movie "rules don't apply." the weather outside may be frightful -- but it's worth toughing it out for this year's holiday parade. isn't that right julie? "i'm tom hooper, i'm katrina cravy, i'm jenna sachs. contact
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of people helped. what does that add up to? contact 6. the milwaukee institution led by jenna sachs. she's here to help you and your family because you matter." you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. we've officially seen our first snowflakes of
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bigger news today is going to be the cold and wind. a wind advisory is in effect until 6pm. highs will stay in the mid 30s, with strong winds from the northwest making it feel more like the low 20s. we will see some blue sky this afternoon and mostly clear skies tonight. temperatures will fall to the low 20s by tomorrow morning, wind chills nearing the single digits. today: morning flurries then partly sunny, windy and cold. wind chills: 20s. high: 37 wind: nw 20-30 mph high: 37 wind: nw 20-30 mph it's a chance to get in on the holiday spirit while also benefitting a good cause. jullie collins joins us live from the 90th annual holiday today: morning flurries then partly sunny, windy and cold. wind chills: 20s. high: 37
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holiday spirit while also benefitting a good cause. jullie collins joins us live from the 90th annual holiday parade. hey julie! hey julie! chat at hb
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we've officially seen our first snowflakes of the season! that said, the bigger news today is going to be the cold and wind. a wind advisory is in effect until 6pm. highs will stay in the mid 30s, with strong winds from the northwest making it feel more like the low 20s. we will see some blue sky this afternoon and mostly clear skies
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morning, wind chills nearing the single digits. sunday is looking mostly sunny but cold again. temperatures will warm into the 40s by monday. rain chances return again on tuesday. today: morning flurries then partly sunny, windy and cold. wind chills: 20s. high: 37 wind: nw 20-30 mph tonight: mostly clear and cold. low: 23 wind: nw 10-20 mph sunday: mostly sunny, breezy and cold. high: 38 wind: nw 5-15 mph monday: mostly sunny. am low: 24 high: 40 wind: n 5-10 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy with rain likely. am low: 31 high: 45 wind: se 5-15 mph wednesday:mostly cloudy with rain likely. am low: 39 high: 48 wind: s 5-15 mph thursday: mostly cloudy. am low: 36
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it's an unconventional love story of an aspiring actress, her determined driver, and the eccentric billionaire who they
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inside look at "rules don't apply." roll film. remember any driver who tries any hanky panky with a contract actress is fired. two weeks in los angeles and youre already working for howard hughes? no harm in having high hopes maam. and what church do you go to? first methodist forgive you. shes kidding. were baptist. you do know why baptists think sex is bad right? because it might lead to dancing. doesnt it blow your mind that warren was active at that time. its interesting to go over his body of work and see similarities in a lot of it. we were talking last night about how there are these speeches in the film where people talk very fast and say a lot of information. and its in almost every single one of his films. the poor man has a deal with these
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from propellers to jets and at the same time he now has to convince the united states senate that hercules can fly. so are you going to fly to washington? i will not be flying thank you for asking. when does sarah move to la. well i dont know if sarah and i are...you know you look at young actors careers and how difficult it is to work. and you guys have done great work and are working with great you. i feel very thankful and lucky to be where i am and i think i have worked very hard. and taken some time to reevaluate what it is that you really want and you will it and you feel confident enough in yourself to accept the rejection side and all that it comes with i think thats when the things youre meant to do come along. the worst part about being an actor is when you cant act. when you
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have employment in a consistent way is not easy and im really grateful to be able to have that. capturing that time is a really difficult thing. is that a time you would have liked to live in? definitely. yeah i think so. i just love old movies and the way that they dont rely on cutting quickly and editing fast and youre allowed to linger and watch a story unfold. and theres a slowness to it that really involves an audience. the rules dont apply to me. theaters wednesday. you can catch gino salomone weekdays on fox six news at four. ahead on wakeup at eight --- a financial expert joins us with tips on how to keep your wallet holly
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also at 8... scammers are at it again claiming to be from the i-r-s. the group of people they are targeting... exploiting confusion about a government program. and after the break wisconsin is all about enjoying the great outdoors and some campgrounds in our state are stepping it up a
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wakeup news. here's a live look outside today it's going to be.....
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campgrounds in our state are stepping it up a notch. this week discover wisconsin explores six camping "for the fun of it" campgrounds loaded with extras for the ultimate camping experience. mariah vo today on discover wisconsin...destinati on? camp-cation! forget everything you thought you knew about camping because camping for the fun of it campgrounds are stepping it up a notch! join us as we explore six of wisconsins coolest campground, loaded with et you and your family will never forget! music mariah vo camping is all about enjoying the great outdoors and if youre looking for an extended stay in nature, camping for the fun of it campgrounds offer a one-of-a-kind experience. camper vo i really like it here because theres lots of fun things to do. and like you can go play at the park or you can go ride a bike that they have here because you can ride bikes. and then they have like big slides and all that. eric vo
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can have a campsite and park, but youve got a water park a great pool, and a pond. theres beautiful grass and hills and the river down there, youve got a mini golf course. theres just a lot of different activities to do, plus all the family time you can have at the campground. marie vo were here at rivers edge campground and i brought my daughter hallie along with me. today were camping for the fun of it. ready hal? hallie vo oh yeah! marie vo lets do it! mariah vo there are 13 of these campgrounds scattered across in the state of wisconsin. each of them though, is unique in their own way. they all of they all have different things. literally everyone is happy here. it really is all about the stuff and its all about having fun and thats what camping in wisconsin is all about. discover wisconsin airs sunday at ten a-m... right here on fox 6. all anchors chat adlib weather stay with us -
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his packages... he's able to tackle the thief.. but the story doesn't stop there... once again... thieves strike a milwaukee park and ride. why they don't even have to get inside the cars to steal from drivers. good morning and thanks for waking up with us. i'm derica williams. and i'm rachael kaye. we've officially seen our first snowflakes of the season! that said, the bigger news today is going to be the cold and wid advisory is in effect until 6pm. highs will stay in the mid 30s, with strong winds from the northwest making it feel more like the low 20s. we will see some blue sky this afternoon and mostly clear skies tonight. temperatures will fall to the low 20s by tomorrow morning, wind chills nearing the single digits. today: morning flurries then partly sunny, windy and cold. wind chills: 20s. high:
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thieves are targeting a milwaukee park and ride -- but they aren't taking what's inside the vehicles. in the latest theft at the college avenue park and ride, thieves stole a catalytic converter from underneath a car. they used a saw to cut it right off. this isn't the first time car parts have been stolen from the lot. in june, someone stole a battery out of a car and at least two other vehicles had wheels stolen. milwaukee police told fox 6 this summer, there had been one or two car part thefts a month
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updated data when we asked yesterday. the victims say something needs to be done. "its very frustrating that whoever has jurisdiction over this parking lot isnt taking it more seriously. by increased patrols, security cams or at least alerting users theres a problem." repairing a catalytic converter could cost upwards of $700. delivers the mail -- he ends up delivering a robber to police. milwaukee police tell fox6 thursday morning two robbers stole a package from a mail carrier near arlington and warren on the city's east side. the mailman chased and tackled one of the robbers holding him for police. a neighbor ran out of his apartment to help pin the robber down. when police got there they discovered, inside the package was a drug shipment. "i just saw these two men going
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mail so i actually called 911" milwaukee police say they have a nineteen year old man in custody and are looking for a second suspect. we're also learning about proposed changes to milwaukee public schools -- as students could see summer vacation cut short. that's if milwaukee public schools gets approval to shift the calendar year from september through june to august through may. there's also an optional 4-week-long session in june called a "j-term." driver says the "j-term" will help failing students catch up with their peers. today is the day wisconsin hunters have been waiting for all year. the state's 9-day gun deer season opening bright and early this morning. as of thursday -- license sales were down 16-thousand compared to last year. the d-n-r says typically there's a friday-rush... so the total will likely go up. hunters say -- they're just anxious to
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land last weekend to check stands and we had two huge bucks cross in front of us and saw a lot of doe, so im pretty excited." there are some new rules for 2016, including the way you tag your deer and that hunters no longer need to wear back tags. plus, in an attempt to appeal to the female hunter, fluorescent pink is allowed in addition to blaze orange. coming up -- a financial expert joins us with tips on how to keep your wallet holly and jolly th scammers strike again. who they're taking aim at...and red flags you should look for, so you're not a victim. let it snow! -- that's what the holiday season is all about.. julie is getting in the spirit this morning. hey julie! julie adlibs rachael adlibs "i'm tom hooper, i'm katrina cravy, i'm jenna sachs. contact
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of people helped. what does that add up to? contact 6. the milwaukee institution led by jenna sachs. she's here to help you and your family because you
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you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. we seen our first snowflakes of the season! that said, the bigger news today is going to be the cold and wind. a wind advisory is in effect until 6pm. highs will stay in the mid 30s, with strong winds from the northwest making it feel more like the low 20s. we will see some blue sky this afternoon and mostly clear skies tonight. temperatures will fall to the low 20s by tomorrow morning, wind chills nearing the single digits. today: morning flurries then partly sunny, windy and cold. wind chills: 20s. high: 37 wind: nw 20-30 mph sunny, windy and cold. wind chills: 20s. high: 37 wind: nw
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celebrating the holiday season -- while helping those in need... julie collins joins us live from the 90th annual holiday parade.
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we've officially seen our first snowflakes of the season! that said, the bigger news today is going to be the cold and wind. a wind advisory is in effect until 6pm. highs will stay in the
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more like the low 20s. we will see some blue sky this afternoon and mostly clear skies tonight. temperatures will fall to the low 20s by tomorrow morning, wind chills nearing the single digits. sunday is looking mostly sunny but cold again. temperatures will warm into the 40s by monday. rain chances return again on tuesday. today: morning flurries then partly sunny, windy and cold. wind chills: 20s. high: 37 wind: nw 20-30 mph tonight: mostly clear and cold. low: 23 wind: nw 10-20 mph sunday: mostly sunny, breezy and cold. high: 38 wind: nw 5-15 mph monday: mostly sunny. am low: 24 high: 40 wind: n 5-10 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy with rain likely. am low: 31 high: 45 wind: se 5-15 mph wednesday:mostly cloudy with rain likely. am low: 39 high: 48 wind: s 5-15 mph thursday: mostly cloudy. am low: 36 high: 45 wind: nw 5-10 mph mostly sunny, breezy and cold. high: 38 wind: nw 5-15 mph monday: mostly sunny. am low: 24 high: 40 wind: n 5-10 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy with rain likely. am low: 31 high: 45 wind: se 5-15 mph wednesday:mostly cloudy with rain likely. am low: 39 high: 48 wind: s 5-15 mph thursday: mostly cloudy. am low: 36
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forget about the snow -- make it rain this holiday season! financial expert melinda wilke from northwestern mutual joins us with tips to have a financially stress free holiday season. m.e.r.r.y. m - make a budget record your purchases r - receive alerts for deals y - you, making a difference m - make a budget
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wakeup news. here's a look
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from the racine zoo join us once again this morning. today we're checking
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am - 430 pm zoo lighting ceremony today at 5
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morning's top stories. thieves are targeting a milwaukee park and ride -- but they aren't taking what's inside the vehicles. in the latest theft at the college avenue park and ride, thieves stole a catalytic converter from underneath a car. they used a saw to cut it right off. this isn't the first time car parts have been stolen from the lot. in june, someone stole a battery out of a car and at least two other vehicles had wheels stolen. gunshots are exchanged thurda officers and burglary suspect. it happened in the area near 27th and ruby. when officers got to the scene -- the suspect shot at them. officers then returned fire. police say nobody was injured. the suspect tried to run but was taken into custody after a brief chase. charges are expected to be filed in the coming days. a milwaukee mailman not only delivers the mail -- he ends up delivering a robber to police. milwaukee police tell
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package from a mail carrier near arlington and warren on the city's east side. the mailman chased and tackled one of the robbers holding him for police. when police got there they discovered, inside the package was a drug shipment. milwaukee police say they have a nineteen year old man in custody and are looking for a second suspect. we've officially seen our first snowflakes of the season! that said, the bigger news today is going to be the cold and wind. a wind advisory is in effect until 6pm. highs will stay in the mid 30s, with strong winds from the northwest making it feel more like the low 20s. we will see som and mostly clear skies tonight. temperatures will fall to the low 20s by tomorrow morning, wind chills nearing the single digits. today: morning flurries then partly sunny, windy and cold. wind chills: 20s. high: 37 wind: nw 20-30
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much donald trump agreed to pay to make his trump university troubles go away. the president-elect faced three lawsuits tied to the now defunct real-estate multi-million dollar settlement -- all suits are now closed. mary moloney has more. "at trump university, we teach success." a pitch from the now president elect promised results "success. it's going to happen to you." but former trump university students say they paid thousands of
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student: "and the receipt for both of these $10,000, $10,000." and got no real advice. bob guillo/former student: "for example, they would put up a slide and they would say if you want to know about your tax deductions as a business, go to irs.gov." the university wasn't a school. but a series of real estate seminars. some students say -- they were pressured to pay for more. felicisimo limon/former student: "what the heck are you talking about? more money? and i'm not learning anything." eric schneiderman/new york attorney general: "it was a scam." eric schneiderman/new york attorney general: "this is thousands of people who were taken for millions of dollars." three lawsuits represented about si -- donald trump fought the fraud allegations. but once elected -- he changed his position. though trump didn't admit any fault or liability -- he settled the suits - for a total of 25 million dollars. jason forge/students' attorney: "in the end, he did do the right thing and we do appreciate that." the students involved will get at least half -- or potentially all of their money back. daniel petracelli/trump attorney: "i know president-elect trump is pleased to have this case behind him so that he can focus on the important priorities that are facing this country." i'm mary moloney
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president-elect donald trump announces three key national security appointments. retired army lieutenant general michael flynn has been offered the job of national security advisor... alabama senator jeff sessions has been picked for attorney general. and representative mike pompeo of kansas has been selected for c-i-a director. all three accepted their offers. airport workers at one of the country's busiest airports are threatening to strike during one of the busiest hundreds of o'hare international airport workers have voted to go on strike ahead of the thanksgiving holiday. about 500 workers arguing for a 15- dollar hourly wage committed to the strike. union officials say the strike would slow, but not shut down one of the nation's busiest airports. the zika virus outbreak is no longer an international public health emergency. the world health organization announcing the decision
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problem where you live.... but on a global level the spread of zika is under control. zika is spread mostly by infected mosquitoes and can cause birth defects in unborn children. the world health organization says it will now create a technical committee to handle zika research and efforts going forward. right now, there is no vaccine or medicine to treat zika. ahead on wakeup. the racine zoo is back once again.... they're showing us a salamander.. they're taking aim at...and red flags you should look for, so you're not a victim. julie is braving the cold for a good time and a good cause... hey julie! "i'm tom hooper, i'm katrina cravy, i'm jenna sachs. contact
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agine a world where instead of rushing to buy we gave thanks for what we already have.
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t. bring back the holidays. [ tower pinging ] [ whistling ] we've got a problem, friend. half off any smartphone for anyone who switches? what's the problem?
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even these? yeah, any smartphone. call the big guy! [ bell dings ] santa? no, jingles. [ knuckles crack ] [ spits ] ooo. ouch. [ neck cracks ] [ darien ] switch and get half off any smartphone.
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of people helped. what does that add up to? contact 6. the jenna sachs. she's here to help you and your family because you matter." you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. we've officially seen our first snowflakes of the season! that said, the bigger news today is going to be the cold and wind. a wind advisory is in effect until 6pm. highs will stay in the mid 30s, with strong winds from the northwest making it feel more like the low 20s. we will see some blue sky this afternoon
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low 20s by tomorrow morning, wind chills nearing the single digits. today: morning flurries then partly sunny, windy and cold. wind chills: 20s. high: 37 wind: nw 20-30 mph scammers are at it again claiming to be from the i-r-s. are covered under obamacare and exploiting confusion about the program. contact 6's jenna sachs explains how the scam works and reveals the red flags to look for so youre not the next victim. natsot: knocking certified public accountant anthony dalessio was alerted to an email that claims to be from the internal revenue service demanding an immediate payment. he wants to get advice from id-theft expert adam levin in order to warn his own clients.
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"this notice is just a further indication of how sophisticated and creative that scammers and identity thieves have become." consumer reports nikhil hutheesing says this latest scam targets people with insurance through the affordable care act, alleging they owe additional money for their coverage.a closer look reveals several red flags. the first is the email itself. "the irs will never send you an email out of the blue. you should know that if money is owed the notice will be sent by regular mail." another red flag - the fake notice this case for $325, be made out to i-r- s. "tax checks are made out to the united states treasury, not the irs." and, where you send the check is also probably phony. the irs says the address on this one in austin, texas is not an official processing center. "if you get this type of fake irs email do not open any attachments or click on any links it may have. immediately forward it to phishing@irs.gov and then delete it." to get rid of it
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your trash. id-theft expert levin says there may be some instances of irs scam letters being delivered by regular mail. you can call the irs to ask whether a notice you have received is actually from the agency. you can also consult a reliable tax professional to get advice about whether the notice is genuine and how to handle it. i'm jenna sachs contact 6. dreaming of a white christmas? you can get a preview this morning at the holiday parade. collins.... hey julie!
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we've officially seen our first snowflakes of the season! that said, the bigger news today is going to be the cold and wind. a wind advisory is in effect until 6pm. highs will stay in the mid 30s, with strong it feel more like the low 20s. we will see some blue sky this afternoon and mostly clear skies tonight. temperatures will fall to the low 20s by tomorrow morning, wind chills nearing the single digits. sunday is looking mostly sunny but cold again. temperatures will warm into the 40s by monday. rain chances return again on tuesday. today: morning flurries then
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20s. high: 37 wind: nw 20-30 mph tonight: mostly clear and cold. low: 23 wind: nw 10-20 mph sunday: mostly sunny, breezy and cold. high: 38 wind: nw 5-15 mph monday: mostly sunny. am low: 24 high: 40 wind: n 5-10 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy with rain wind: se 5-15 mph wednesday:mostly cloudy with rain likely. am low: 39 high: 48 wind: s 5-15 mph thursday: mostly cloudy. am low: 36
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the ladies from the racine zoo join us once again this morning. this time we're taking a look at a salamander...
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brunch with santa saturday
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watching the fox 6 wakeup news. thanksgiving feasts are centered around the turkey on the table. but residents of one arkansas nursing and rehab center are getting their turkey in a different way. pursilla is a "therapy" turkey and won't be ending up on anyone's dinner
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turkey raised to be around humans. pursilla's mission on a thursday before thanksgiving was to bring smiles to faces and brighten up the day .. which pursilla did with flying colors. derica and rachel adlib about parade catch us again on wakeup sunday
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