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but there is so much peripheral evidence that something is going on. kim/vo now at 4:30... a historic moment in our nation's history. a recount in the presidential election moves forward in wisconsin today. also this morning... a violent night in milwaukee-- as police investigate two separate shootings overnight. good morning and thanks for starting your day with wakeup. lets go straight to our fox6 weather expert rachael kaye in the weather
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happening overnight- milwaukee police are investigating a homicide on the city's west side. police say a 31-ye- shot in the area of 41st and lloyd around 7 last night. the man then drove himself to the hospital-- suffering from multiple gun shot wounds and very serious injuries. the victim died shortly after he was transferred to another hospital. no arrests have been made and the circumstances around the shooting are still being investigated. and milwaukee police search for suspects after another shooting late last night. this one taking place just before 11-30 on the city's south side. police say they responded the area of 14th and harrison where they found a woman who had been shot
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the hospital with serious injuries. the shooting is still under investigation. preparing for the count. starting today-- wisconsin's presidential recount is moving forward. the green party wants a hand count-- and if that doesn't happen, it could end up in court. fox6s bret lemoine has more. this banquet hall will soon be the backdrop of a massive education on recount observing... gm 'we expect participation from people from all parts of the state.' state green party official george martin says three thousand not be allow to touch ballots -- gm 'but we can stand there to observe.' martin has been heavily involved in the proceeding since the campaign for former green party presidential candidate jill stein filed paperwork on friday, initiating a recount of the presidential vote. gm 'there is no smoking gun - but there is so much peripheral evidence that something is going on. we owe it to the american public to take a good look at this.' political expert mordecai lee says its doubtful a recount will change the results. hes equally
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tampered with in the first place. ml 'even if they change the numbers on the website, they cant change the number of the actual count - the canvass.' even so - marin says the stein campaign wants a hand-recount of the results - and martin says hes prepared to take the matter to court monday if a hand-recount is denied. leaders say their goal is simply to make sure the election was fair. gm 'we want something that we can see they are cou known until later this week - but he expects a tally of more than a million dollars in the dairy state. martin expects the recount will be underway by thursday. he says it should take no more than two weeks to complete. the hillary clinton campaign announced it will be joining the recount effort. however jill stein -- the green party presidential candidate who launched the recount - is now going after clinton. this weekend she tweeted..
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trump, want #recount2016? you cannot be on-again, off-again about democracy" meanwhile president-elect donald trump called the recount effort a scam. he says something fraudulent did happen during the election. mister trump tweeted... " addition to winning the electoral college in a landslide, i won the popular vote if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally." the president-elect did not say where he got those numbers. mr. trump also tweeted last night: "serious voter fraud in virginia, new hampshire and california" -- at this point, there is no evidence to support that claim. happening today-- fox news is reporting milwaukee county sheriff david clarke will meet with president-elect donald trump. clarke has been a longtime vocal supporter of mister trump -- although there's no word on if he is being offered a position. fox6 reached out to clarke's office for comment. we were told quote-- "the sheriff doesn't have anything to say." milwaukee police need your help finding a sexual assault suspect. happening late saturday night--
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caught on camera. they released this video from an area near 17th and state. police say this man was armed with a handgun at the time. if you recognize him or have any information - you are asked to give police a call. meanwhile the milwaukee a milwaukee man accused of sexually assaulting three different women-- including a poll worker on election day will be in court. prosecutors say 21-year-old jonathan brown sexually assaulted a poll worker, a woman walking home from work, and a 17-year-old girl-- all in worker, a woman walkin girl-- all in the area near 76th and good hope. according to the criminal complaint-- brown admitted to the assaults saying he wanted to hurt women. he is expected in court later today. the trial for a milwaukee sex offender accused of re-offending continues today. plus-- the officer accused of shooting a man outside a county bus is in court. angelica joins us from the newsroom with new information. police say 67-year-old jameel ali sexually assaulted a woman back in may. ali is already a convicted sex offender. he was released back to the community on april 20, with the requirement that he inform
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officers couldn't find him. ali is expect to be back in court later today. a brown deer police officer charged for shooting a man outside a milwaukee county bus is back in court. earlier this month devon kraemer waived her right to a preliminary hearing. according to a criminal complaint-- kraemer and another officer took a belligerent passenger off a milwaukee county bus back in march. kraemer ended up shooting the man in the back. the man in that shooting survived. kraemer is back in court later today. happening today- we are expecting to learn more from new berlin police about the two people found dead in a home last wednesday. an elderly man and woman were found with single gunshot wounds inside their home on hickory trail. when police arrived -- the 76-year-old man was already dead. the 71-year-old woman was taken to a hospital where she later died. the young girl who survived a fatal crash in caledonia is now out of the hospital.
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killed in that same crash.police say a suspected drunk driver rear ended their car. the 25-year-old driver of the striking car was arrested for two counts of homicide by intoxicated use of a vehicle. a crowd funding memorial page was created to help the family. we have a link on our website, fox 6 now dot com. a major move forward for forces battling in syria. still to come-- the victory for government forces happening overnight in aleppo. plus-- president-elect trump moves forward with his search for cabinet members. why some of the people with are drawing controversy. and as you continue to shop the holiday deals, make sure your car is safe. how to make sure you don't fall victim to a holiday break in. time now 4:xx you're taking a
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on black friday... or if you're ready for round two... today is your day -- it's cyber monday! amazon rolling out more than 75- thousand sales -- and they're not limited to just one day... the deals the week on a variety of products, including toys, electronics, video games and books. electronics tend to be big sellers on cyber monday... but amazon says so far this holiday season, the "most-watched deal" has been the mermaid tail blanket. more shoppers spending less money. that's the story after this year's black friday shopping weekend. according to the national retail federation, three million more consumers shopped this year compared to last. and--they
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dollars worth of items. that's ten dollars less than last year. shoppers credit deep discounts at retailers. "21:18 ive been out all weekend pretty much at bayshore and i went to the outlets as well, it was kinda crazy at first but for the sales you just have to stand in line 27 and bear with it 28" thanks to early online offers, more consumers shopped online than in-store this weekend. today kicks off cyber monday. 122 million people are expected and an important reminder for everyone while shopping. car break-ins happen year-round ... but during the holidays there might be more to lose. a glass repair business on milwaukee's south side was busy replacing busted windows all weekend. the owner says crooks work in all areas of the city. on saturday safe glass auto on south 27th street was repairing 8 cars, each broken into since black friday. the shop's owner says when shopping, put your bags in the trunk and move your car before going back
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"100 feet away from where you parked your car or on other side of the mall so the thief thinks you left and went home." be sure to make space in your trunk before going shopping. "almaghrabi" says leaving anything visible in your car like a gym bag or laptop bag will put you at a greater risk of being a target. many are still processing the death of fidel castro over h leaders. still ahead. the latest on castro's death and the controversial reactions from some politicians. plus-- a big push by government forces in syria. how they were able to retake part of the city of aleppo. plus-- don't feed the animals! how one city breaks that rule for an annual celebration. time now 4:xx you're taking a live look outside this morning.. you are watching the fox 6
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wakeup news. breaking news out of aleppo, syria as government forces say they have made a break through against rebel forces in the city. jessob has more. russia's defense ministry says syrian troops captured 10 neighborhoods and their latest push into the area of aleppo. this is drone footage of the area-- in a statement the ministry says more than 100 rebels exited the city's eastern suburbs. government forces captured 10 neighborhoods over the past few days. putting nearly 30 percent of the rebel held area, back under government control. the push is the most progress forces have made in the city since 2012. this comes as thousands of east aleppo residents fled the area
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only in aleppo- but in the iraqi city of mosul as well. as iraq troops continue their push to take back mosul from isis control. angelica joins us from the newsroom with new information. as iraqi special forces continue their advance , medics in the region are struggling to cope with the flow of injured civilians and soldiers. doctors say the influx of the injured people is outweighing their resources. saying they have 100 to 150 new patients daily. and officials expect the rate to continue for another three months at 73- thousand iraqis have fled mosul since the government's campaign to retake the city began last month . kim and jessob. back to you. president-elect trump is expected to meet with at least 8 people today for a variety of different positions within his presidency. mr. trump has already filled some of the positions within his cabinet, but they have not been without controversy. senior adviser kellyanne conway says that she already shared her feelings about mitt romney privately with mr. trump. over
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secretary of state. questioning his credentials, his loss in 2012, loyalty to the president elect. conway says: "people feel betrayed to think that governor romney who went out of his way to question the character and the intellect and the integrity of donald trump, now our president -elect, would be given the most significant cabinet post of all, secretary of state. and that is a decision that only one man can make, president-elect donald trump. i will respect it and i will support it 1000 perce reflecting what the grassroots are saying." some of the other top contendors for secretary of state are former new york city mayor rudy giuliani -- former u.n. ambassador john bolton -- tennessee senator bob corker -- and retired general david petraus. mr. trump has already made four appointments to his cabinet. all four require senate
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to the death of longtime cuban dictator fidel castro. this includes canadian prime minister justin trudeau, who is clarifying his original remarks praising castro. fox news correspondent, kelly wright, has more from washington. trudeau says: "the fact is fidel castro had a deep and lasting impact on the cuban people." canadian prime trudeau now defending his controversial comments... in which he praised cuban dictator fidel castro following his death... calling him a "legendary revolutionary and orator." many criticized the statement... even within canada... citing castro's poor human rights record. trudeau says: "but on the passing of his death i expressed a statement that highlighted the deep connection between the people of canada and
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trudeau's comments... including senators marco rubio and ted cruz... both cuban americans... calling the comments disgraceful. cruz says: "you shouldn't be what barack obama and justin trudeau are doing that is honoring a communist murdering dictator. " other u-s leaders are also weighing in on the death of castro... including former democratic presidential candidate and self- proclaimed democratic socialist... bernie sanders. sanders says: "many people have le no, the cuban economy is a disaster. no, i do not praise fidel castro." cubans are now preparing for events in memory of their longtime leader... in havana's revolution square. vento says translation : "we are setting up a big screen and the platforms for tv for the events around the death of fidel castro ruz for the people who are coming to sign the book of condolence." on-cam tag cuba is observing nine days of
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kelly wright, fox news. as for the president elect... mr. trump tweeted: "fidel castro is dead" saturday morning. he then released a longer statement... saying in part: castro's death "marks a move away from the horrors endured for too long, and toward a future in which the wonderful cuban people finally live in the freedom they so richly deserve." ahead at five: a violent weekend in new orleans. how many people were injured in a shooting ramapage on bourbon street. and then at six... its cyber could be the most popular today. we know where the winning 420-million dollar powerball ticket was sold, but we don't know who bought it. how long the winner has to come forward before losing out on
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time now 4:xx you're taking a live look outside this
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the christmas season is underway in wisconsin. those in the holiday spirit flocked to wisconsin's executive mansion in madison yesterday. they joined governor walker for the annual christmas tree lighting ceremony. a group of carolers got everyone into the holiday spirit... and then santa claus joined the stage to lead the countdown to the big moment! after reaching nearly 421-million dollars-- a single ticket matched all 6 weekend. the winning powerball ticket was sold in lafayette, tennessee. the winner has not come forward yet. according to lottery rules, he or she has 180-days to claim the prize. in the meantime, lottery officials are advising the winner to sign the back of the ticket and to keep it in a secure location. and just in case you're wondering-- the winning numbers are: 17, 19, 21, 37, 44 and the powerball is 16. it was all about paper mache and
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handmade aircraft show. those parcipating in the "red bull flutag show" ran their planes off city's old airport runway. their flight and then sudden descent made for an exciting show for the hundreds of spectators who gathered to take it all in. red bull flugtag is popular in over 40 countries, including the u-s. the contest started in vienna in 19-92. business going on in thailand this weekend... folks held a fruit buffet to thank the primates for bringing in tourists and helping the local economy. the event took place in the province known as the "monkey province." event organizers say there are about three-thousand monkeys in
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"it would be really hard to hack and change the results in terms of what is accessible." now at 5 -- preparing for the count. in the day ahead -- how wisconsin's presi and -- if you decided to skip the black friday lines -- today is your day. it's cyber monday. what you should know before logging on. rob joins us now with more on the weather. rachael's weather anchor adlibs traffic red on


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