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9. " :05 we're gonna keep winning and winning and winning whether they like it or not.. president-elect donald trump - pumping up the crowd - and spelling out his plans for his presidency.. mr. trump holding a "thank you" rally tonight in west allis. he's vising states that helped we have team coverage... theo keith and brittany shannon are both at the rally.. theo let's start with you.. five weeks after the election, it was clear the magic of that night has not gone away for the president-elect. for several minutes, he reveled in winning each successive swing state before he finally got to wisconsin - the state that put him over the top.
republicans around mr trump and for the first time, house speaker paul ryan was here with him. i want to play you two big moments during mr trumps 50 minute speech. one of them was about his former rival, hillary clinton, as the crowd started chanting 'lock her up.' but first, here is what the president- elect had to say about ryan, whom he clashed with during the campaign. day goes by i get to appreciate his genius more and more, and if he ever goes against me i'm not gonna say that ok?" "you people don't stop... lock her up... lock her up.. so i used to say when i hear this chant: let's just win on novemeber 8th but now we've won.
people, i'll tell ya tough people in wisconsin fellas." the crowd was so large that state fair park people opened a partition in the more people. fire marshal told me they would do that when the crowd hit six thousand people. at 10, a few of mr trumps policy promises, including what he said about the border wall. live, theo keith, fox6 news. brad thanks theo not much opposition to mr.
west allis.. brittany? it was a large and lively crowd here at the wisconsin expo center tonight. more than four-thousand people estimated to have attended. and there was a lot of love for wisconsin--and supporters loved it... it was mostly cheers at president elect trumps thank you tour stop in west allis. really going to make our country great again i have no doubt 30one of the largest wisconsin rally crowds greeted the president elect with cheers and hope. justin hammerbeck were just here to listen and hear it and really cheer and congratulate him on his big win 24:00justin hammerbeck brought his two sons. justin hammerbeck for these guys and what it means for their future. its a big deal for our family and we talk about it a lot 03athan hammerbeck except on tv this is the first time actually real live 21:02some of the
others traveled to make the event. kristi kuehn 8 its about an hour and a half 59most people arriving hours before the event to hear from the president elect. maurice gelk im pumped up. bc we finally got a president thats a real person that dont think like a politician 12:29kristi kuehn " i think its going to be a great start. im excited im really really excited " there were a couple of small protests that broke out during president elect trump's speech-- they interrupted the speech-- but were see anyone get arrested. in west allis, brittany shannon, fox 6 news. steph thanks brittany democratic state representative jocasta zamarripa - issuing a statement today on the president-elect's visit.. saying "it is clear trump has no interest in changing the ways things are and is selling out main street to keep his corporate friends and wealthy special interests happy. if our new president-elect is truly going to put workers first, he should show it right now, and stand up to house republicans
jeopardy." you can watch president-elect donald trump's entire address in west allis on our website -- fox six now dot com, or your fox six news mobile app. you'll find it right on the home page. a live look outside tonight - it's bitterly cold - and we're expecting it to get worse later in the week.. us from the "warm" weather office with more. clear and cold tonight with temperatures in the single digits and wind chills below zero. it will feel like -15 in the morning. partly sunny, windy and bitter cold on wednesday with a high around 12 and wind chills between -5 and -15 all day. getting even colder on
dangerous. especially for those without a home. fox 6's ashley sears is live in milwaukee with the effort to make sure the homeless stay safe. it is frigid outside tonight. most people can escape to their homes. but not everyone has the luxury. nats on a night like this-- when the temperatures dip-- the worst place to to be is out in it-- especially--if that is one of your only options. 14:21 i didnt have anywhere to go, just walking around. brian brown knows the pain of the bone chilling cold. he used to be homeless in milwaukee. 16:11 you just wonder, you wonder, praying. brown eventually found a warm shelter and help at repairers of
helps others in need. 16:57 when they come here i make them feel warm welcomed and loved. he's now working double. the daytime shelter has extended it's hours during the bitter cold. 06:26 we greet them, offer them a hot shower, a hot cup of coffee, a hot meal, a sleeping bag, a pillow and a place to sit. they get ready for a busy night-- putting out food, scarves and hat tuesday afternoon more than 100. that number is expected to snowball. 07:48 we open our doors and we welcome them in. eleven shelters are open in milwaukee county-- additional warming centers are expected to open in the coming days. 47:36 this time of year, theres always a spike in demand. the county is encouraging everyone to do their parts. 45:21 if you see people that look like they have a need, call 211. for brown the help was critical-- as he now pays it forward. giving those in need--more than a warm meal. 17:36 they need to be loved. again, if you see someone in need call 2-1-1. repairers of
morning until 4 in the evening. they open back up overnight, when temperatures drop. live in milwaukee, ashley sears fox 6 news. steph thanks ash check the radar anytime - right from your phone. just download the fox 6 storm center app, it's available on android and apple. house where a 15-year-old girl was shot to death. melanie johnson was in the kitchen of her familys home near 35th and silver spring when she was shot. the family says the bullets came from outside the home.. milwaukee police say theyre investigating the circumstances of the shooting, which includes determining the intended target. i never expected to see my little sister on the news or have to put my little sister on a t-shirt. this can happen to anybody anywhere.
according to milwaukee police, melanie johnson is the 133rd person to be murdered in milwaukee this year. they are still searching for suspects. you know what they say - never judge a book by the cover. a couple of would-be criminals just found that out the hard way. i got up and i put the toe of my boot in a socially significant place. punks tried to carjack her -- she wasn't going to let that happen. she's a former drill sergeant! find out what else happened to dragged in detroit. what this woman did... that got her tossed off the plane. and next -- a nice little holiday gift -- how much less you'll be paying the state in property taxes.
property tax bills are in the mail... and governor scott walker says homeowners should be happy.. he's says he's saved them money. fox6's madeline a as homeowners across wisconsin open their property tax bills this december... governor scott walker says they'll be pleasantly surprised. property taxes today in december 2016, are $116 less than they were in december in 2010. at a news conference in waukesha... the republican governor explained... that's
426-dollars higher than what they currently are prior to his tax relief efforts. we did two things. we put more money into school aids. some of which went to schools directly, but a major portion of which we tied into property tax caps. so that levies were capped off at the school board and the municipal and county level. but democrats like say the cuts have come at the expense of public education... governor walker is sort of telling one version of the story. he says property taxes in his district of oshkosh have skyrocketed because not enough money is going into the classroom. individual districts, almost a quarter or third of them in wisconsin, their voters have decided to raise their own property taxes by $630 million dollars to make up for those cuts. governor walker says he will continue to focus on lowering property taxes in the next state budget. democrats say they too support tax relief but say it should be weighed
in waukesha madeline anderson fox6 news. the governor had much more to say about property tax relief than we can share right now. visit fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app -- and search "tax relief" to see more. from the business journal tonight - port-washington based allen edmonds is acquired by a missouri shoe company. "caleres incorporated" made the deal for 255-million dollars.allen edmonds has been making shoes in wisconsin since 19- a 20-thousand dollar reward is being offered for information about the robbery at a milwaukee post office. it happened a little after three yesterday afternoon near 35th and capitol. we're told the suspect showed a gun and got away with cash. efforts to stop the heroin epidemic in wisconsin continue at the state capitol today. members of the "coalition to combat heroin" are proposing random drug testing for students in
heroin epidemic. the coalition worked to produce ideas that will eventually be turned into laws. representative joel kleefisch says the problem is only getting worse. "it's blowing up across the state and killing children, adults across every sector of society and we have to do every thing we can to help try to stop it" the coalition included police chiefs, legislators and other of the community. police respond to a shooting that left one man injured near 83rd and medford late this morning. a 31-year-old man was shot and drove himself to a clinic in wauwatosa. he was then taken to a local hospital with serious injuries. m-p-d is trying to figure out a motive and search for suspects. milwaukee police identify the man who was shot and killed near 5th and walnut. they say 27-year-old cody harris was shot just before 11
where he later died. authorities are now searching for a motive -- and a suspect. milwaukee police are following several leads in a north side shooting.. around 12:30 this morning a 48-year- old man was shot in the shoulder near 4th and center. police say several people were fighting when someone pulled out a gun and shot him. he is expected to survive. get the lead out! the city of milwaukee approves a multi million dollar plan to replace aging underground pipes. that cost. fox6's myra sanchick tells you when the work will begin. as homeowners pay property tax bills on the first floor of milwaukee's city hall. on the third floor the common council votes. hamilton the motion passes with that a multi million dollar plan will go into effect, to replace milwaukee's aging lead pipe laterals beneath city streets. lead leaking into the drinking water is a primary
homeowners to require that they pay for that. we pay too much money to the city willie hart owns a home on milwaukee's northwest side and says underground pipes and the water supply should be 100 percent the city's responsibility. they should take care of that . it's not fair to the property owners under the plan a homeowner would pay up to16 no more than a third of the cost of replacing the section of pipe under their property. the city would pay the rest., the homeowner could pay the cost over ten years. we understand there are going to be families who can't afford this right now. at the same time there are absentee landlords who would not be doing this if we did not mandate next year the city will start replacing pipes that bring water to day care centers and pipes that have histories of breaking. we want to assure that any
the population that wuld be drinking that water of a vulnerable age be addressed first and foremost. . in 2018 other homes will be involved, homes built before 1951. there are approximately 68-thousand of them, forcing contractors to dig down deep, as well as some homeowners who will pay for it. in the meantime, the mayor urges those with small children and pregnant or nursing mothers who live in older homes, to use water filters. in the newsroom myra sanchick fox6 new until laterals get replaced, water filtration systems are encouraged. what should you look for when purchasing one? search "n-s-f logo" on fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app for more information. they looked like pretty easy
the landmark "21st century cures" bill, giving more than six billion dollars to medical research... is now law. president barack obama signed the bill today after congress passed it with bi-partisan support. the bill cuts red tape in getting approval for drugs and medical devices. the act includes the "cancer moonshot" initiative led by vice president joe biden... which gives nearly 2 billion dollars to the fight against cancer. it's in honor of his son, beau - who died
"god willing, this bill will literally save lives. but most of all, what it does, just this mere signing today, gives millions of americans hope." the bill also includes funding on opioid abuse, mental health treatments and brain diseases, including alzheimer's. clear and cold tonight with temperatures in the single digits and feel like -15 in the morning. partly sunny, windy and bitter cold on wednesday with a high around 12 and wind chills between -5 and -15 all day. getting even colder on
range. high temperatures will only reach the single digits. snow returns to the forecast friday and saturday. significant accumulation possible, but too early for specific amounts. stay tuned. tonight: clear and cold. low: 2 wind: w 5-10 mph wednesday:partly sunny, windy and bitter cold. high: 12 wind: nw 15-25 mph latest community on alert! plus - she's a former army drill sergeant... and she still has sharp moves. how she and her friend help bust some bad guys.. some packers games are worth a second look. nobody captured the destruction of seattle better than sports photojournalist mickie leach. his 5th quarter highlights are
wakeup at 4:30-- if you thought today was cold... tomorrow will be even colder. our fox6 weather experts will have the forecast. shopping for your dad, brother or husband? we'll help you find the perfect gift for guys. plus carl is live with the milwaukee ballet and a preview of the nutcracker. tomorrow on wakeup!
believed be connected to a car theft ring-- have been arrested after terrorizing residents in milwaukee. but one set of would-be victims surprised the suspects.. when they fought back! fox six's derica williams spoke with a brave pair of ladies. two old ladies nice car, mmhmm, easy mark, guess again miriam ben-shalom proved looks can be deceiving back in late october as she valet opened the door i opened the back trunk to get her walker out, you hear vroom vroom according to a criminal complaint, a suspect quickly hopped into the drivers seat. i go around an here is is the kid is trying to pull him away from the car and they were fighting and i realize, this is a car-jacking and i went and tackled the kid and put a hold on him i got up and i put the toe of my