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5-year-old girl due in court today. the signs now up in the neighborhood where that accident took place. high pressure moves out today and a low moves our way from the southwest. ahead of that low we get cloudy but warm a bit with highs returning to near average temperatures. afternoon as a mix of rain and snow but as we warm up, well transition to all rain tonight and into wednesday. we stay wet most of wednesday and then start to dry up just in time for thanksgiving thursday. temperatures stay near normal. rain and snow re-enter the forecast friday but looks to be light. the weekend should be milder with rain by sunday. today: mostly cloudy. rain/snow late afternoon changing to rain. high: 42 wind: se 5-15 mph angelica adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no
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woman is fighting for her life after being hit by a vehicle. it happened near 23rd and lincoln around 1:45 a-m. officials say a 34-year-old woman ran outin the street and was hit by an oncoming car. the driver did stay on scene...and is cooperating with investigators. police say the woman's injuries are very serious. the investigation is ongoing. a 29-year-old man is recovering after being stabbed multiple times...and a 50-year-old man is in custody. police responded to incident
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last night. we're told the victim is in stable condition...and police continue to investigate. it's been 2 weeks since 5-year-old rickyia rick-eye-ah langham was killed in a hit and run crash this morning...the accused driver will be in court... and in a fox-6 exclusive the girl's mother talks about a stranger who's pushing for justice. deandra corinthios is live from the milwaukee county courthouse with more. rickyia rick-eye-ah langham's mother spoke exclusively with fox6 she says a complete stranger is pushing for people down in their neighborhood... she was crossing the street with her daughter near their home...when an suv hit rickyia and didn't stop. the man charged in connection with rickyia langham's death is sherman liddell. his preliminary hearing is scheduled for 8-30 this morning... right now he's being held on a 100- thousand dollar bond. now-- there's a push for change on the street where the accident happened. these signs now sit along west leon terrace -- off fond du lac and hampton--- near the place where rickyia langham was killed two weeks ago. her mother tells us a stranger posted
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donated teddy bears in rickyia's honor. .hopes the signs get drivers to slow down on her street. "we needed signs over here. we need the slowdown signs and for him to come in and put all these signs up down the entire block i appreciate it a lot, they mean a lot to me" liddell --the suspected driver -- is charged with two felonies. hit and run resulting in death a license... his girlfriend is also charged in this case...accused of lying to police and reporting the striking vehicle stolen. she will be in court at a later date. reporting live in milwaukee deandra corinthios fox6 news. a tennessee school bus driver facing charges this morning ...after six children are killed in a crash. police have charged the 24-year
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with five counts of vehicular homicide... reckless endangerment and reckless driving. walker was driving 35 school children home yesterday afternoon in chatanooga... when the bus flipped on its side and hit a tree. police are investigating speed as a factor in the wreck. a federal court rules voting districts drawn by wisconsin republicans are unconstitutional... a three-judge panel tossed out maps drawn by republican lawmakers five years ago -- saying they violate the voting rights of democrats. attorneys for h that wisconsin has been trending republican. a dozen citizens sued over the redistricting last year -- arguing the boundaries discriminate by diluting voting power. sc 'so, what the court today said is that is unconstitutional. you cant create a situation where elections dont matter at all. you cant have totally proportional all the time, but they have to be meaningful.' attorney general brad schimel says the state plans to appeal
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not appoint a "special master" to look into who leaked secret "john doe" documents to the guardian newspaper. the john doe probe was looking into governor scott walker's 20-12 recall campaign but courts have since shut it down. the state supreme court says attorney general brad schimel is free to launch his own investigation of the september leak. the department of justice is reviewing the court's decision. meanwhile -- the governor's administration announced the state 700-million-dollar budget shortfall by mid-2019. it's the first estimate to take into account spending requests made by state agencies for the next two years. a shortfall at this stage isn't uncommon -- because state agency requests are often wish lists. lawmakers don't grant everything. we're learning new details about the protests over the dakota access pipeline... why authorities believe they took the necessary measures during this weekend's standoff. one of the president-elect's newly appointed advisors--
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flynn is saying about this year's election. president-elect donald trump-- laying out his plans for his first 100 days in office. what he has at the top of his agenda
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a bit warmer with highs in the low 40s. right now . rain and snow arrives next. president-elect donald trump releases a new video outlining his plans for the first 100 days in office. it includes proposals related to immigration, trade deals and defense policy. kim is in the newsroom with more. in the video - the president-elect promised to withdraw from the trans-pacific partnership... or
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negotiate other deals that would be more fair to american workers. the t-p-p was something president obama was hoping to push through during his presidency... arguing it would benefit american businesses. mr. trump also says he plans to crack down on abuses of visa programs. he did not mention his signature campaign promise to build a wall along the u-s-mexico border. meanwhile -- protecting the president-elect and his family is costing new york city nearly one million dollars a day. and according to new york law enforcement officials... the cost could co moves into the white house. that's because melania trump and their 10-year old son barron expect to stay at trump tower in midtown manhattan-- at least until the end of the school year. and donald trump has indicated he plans to return home regularly, especially while they're still there. all presidents require local law enforcement escorts when they return home. that means a lot of police overtime. and adding to the expense -- all of trump's children and grandchildren have
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choice for national security adviser says the country has experienced a political revolution. lieuntenant general michael flynn spoke to a standing room only crowd at ripon college in fond du lac county on monday night. the former director of the defense intelligence agency talked about national security and intelligence sharing between nations. flynn's role is seen as critical because president-elect trump has no foreign policy experience. police arrest a man who they say what we know about the suspect and is alleged support for isis. the man convicted of the brutal murder of an 11-year-old now knows his fate. how long he'll stay behind bars. and - packers head coach mike mccarthy says the team is putting in the prep work during the week...but isn't quite where they need to be. pip has more in sports - coming
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no more games, jerry. you saw the deal and hustled to u.s. cellular to get yourself the samsung galaxy s7
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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 friday
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high pressure moves out today and a low moves our way from the southwest. ahead of that low we get cloudy but warm a bit with highs returning to near average temperatures. precipitation begins late afternoon as a mix of rain and snow but as we warm up, well transition to all rain tonight and into wednesday. we stay wet most of wednesday and then start to dry up just in time for thanksgiving thursday. temperatures stay near normal. rain and snow re-enter the forecast friday but looks to be light. the weekend should be milder with rain by sunday. today: mostly cloudy. rain/snow late afternoon changing to rain. high: 42 wind: se 5-15 mph traffic check red on traffic map traffic check red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on
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woman for the murder of a kansas mother and the kidnapping of her newborn baby. officials say 34-year-old yesenia sesmas faked a pregnancy for several months before the abduction. authorities say sesmas knew the victim. wichita police teamed up with a specialized f-b-i unit dedicated to recovering kidnapped children and tracked the first degree murder and aggravated kidnapping. the newborn was found unharmed. she is now being cared for by family in wichita. the minnesota man who confessed to abducting, sexually assaulting, and killing 11-year-old jacob wetterling...will spend the next twenty years behind bars. a judge handed down 53-year-old danny heinrich's sentencing yesterday. wetterling was abducted in 19-89. the case had been cold for nearly three decades...until this summer when heinrich led police
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as part of the plea bargain..which included heinrich leading police to wetterling's body... heinrich would not be charged with murder... but instead with possessing child pornography. the latest now on the dakota access pipeline protests in north dakota. authorities say spraying water at protesters in below-freezing temperatures was necessary... and they won't rule out doing it again. a tense standoff took place late sunday night -- between the protesters and police. hundreds was closed near the construction site. the morton county sheriff says they used fire hoses to hold back protesters who were throwing objects at officers. the human rights organization "amnesty international" and other groups have denounced the officers' use of water when temperatures were in the 20s. some protesters were taken to the hospital with hypothermia symptoms.
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and a low moves our way from the southwest. ahead of that low we get cloudy but warm a bit with highs returning to near average temperatures. precipitation begins late afternoon as a warm up, well transition to all rain tonight and into wednesday. we stay wet most of wednesday and then start to dry up just in time for thanksgiving thursday. temperatures stay near normal. rain and snow re-enter the
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the weekend should be milder with rain by sunday. today: mostly cloudy. rain/snow late afternoon changing to rain. high: 42 wind: se 5-15 mph tonight: light rain. breezy. 10-15 mph big weather often times, you'll hear a baseball pitcher say "i left my
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baseball pitcher say "i left my best stuff in the bullpen"..after he was lit up by an opposing offense. seems as if every week during the 4 game losing streak, mike mccarthy's saying his team had a great week of practice. unfortunately, that's not translating into wins. "the preparation during the week, whether you want to put it as good , great or average , however you're feeling, it's really the preparation how it carries through your performance; and to me those are the details. and those are the things, we're not
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picked off purdue saturday, at west lafayette, their up to 5th in the associate press poll...the coaches rank 'em 6th. a win over minnesota this saturday afternoon clinches the big ten west crown; kickoff at camp randall--2:30 the badgers have secured the traditional axe that goes with winning the rivalry game for 12 straiht games. that's before twitter existed! "as a senior going out, i'm going to do everything i can and in my power to keep that ax down o freshman can continue to look at that trophy every single day." after their furious rally fell short against golden state on saturday night, the bucks figured to have a letdown against orlando. sure enough, they fell behind, 16 to 2. but michael beasley provided a spark off the bench. he scored 14 points.. giannis antetokounmpo had his first
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jabari parker who beats the halftime buzzer! a game high 22 points. bucks led 49-44 at the break. jabari starting to hit from long range..so look out! a career-high 5 three pointers tonight... 4 in the third quarter! giannis..21 points, 10 rebounds 10 dimes. dunk 90-85 bucks win, 93-89..snapping their 3 game skid. 21:52:36 "we all know he can fill up the stat sheet. now it's filling up the stat sheet that leads to wins. and understanding that we ask of him. but he's only 21 years old" 21:52:49 greg gard's number 16 badgers basketball team blew a 17 point lead to tennessee in the maui invitational but nigel hayes scored 5 in a row..a big three there. bronson koenig..another veteran..for 3
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quarterfinal win. next up-georgetown in the semi's. that is sports everybody have yourself a terrific tuesday. we look forward once again to the pleasure of your company tonight. only in wisconsin. the staple just added to mcdonalds menus this week - after the break. plus -- ringing in a new record! the massive handbell choir that played at cause - next. coming up new at six: how to survive holiday travel. tips on how to get you to your
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low 40s. right now . when we can expect
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potato chips have been a staple for decades... instead of bags...chips used to be sold in tin canisters. and one north dakota man has a collection of over a thousand pieces of chip history. gregg halverson not only has a wall of the tin cans...but also a storage unit too. a hundred year's ago, there were hundred's of mom and pop potato chip companies. halverson says almost every city manufacturer. "each brand has a little different oil, a little bit different cut, a little different seasoning, a little bit different salt." halverson's collection is on display at black gold farms in grand forks. and says there's always room for one more. and a wisconsin staple has been added to mcdonald's menus! you can now order cheese curds.
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they will be available statewide starting on thursday. the cheese curds are featured on the "mcpick 2 for 5-dollars" menu. this is the first time in mcdonalds history that cheese curds will be on the menu. the salvation army and handbell musicians of america set a new guinness world record over the weekend in minnesota. e the mall of america saturday. 664 musicians set the new record for largest handbell choir. performers from 24 states and canada played an original 5-minute piece. all anchors chat/toss to 6am
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as the community remembers a five year old girl-- killed in a hit and run... the driver is expected in court today. what charges he's facing. a woman is recovering from serious inr after she was hit by a car overnight... what police believe she was doing when she was hit. good morning and welcome to wakeup! rob's weather high pressure moves out today and a low moves our way from the southwest. ahead of that low we get cloudy but warm a bit with highs returning to near average temperatures. precipitation begins late afternoon as a mix of rain and

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