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all the best. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com our big story at four: president-elect trump. donald trump proving all the polls wrong, decisively beating hillary clinton last night. and today republicans and themselves for a trump white house. our theo keith was in janesville this morning where house speaker paul ryan discussed the results of election day. but we start with our ted perry. he joins us from the newsroom with the latest after last night's tight race. it was a divisive and deeply personal campaign. donald trump pulled off a stunning victory against his democratic rival hillary clinton. today -- people from both parties spoke about putting aside their differences and pledged to work
wanted or we worked so hard for and i'm sorry that we did not win this election for the values we share and the vision we hold for our country." with tears in her eyes and surrounded by supporters, hillary clinton publicly conceded the election. "this loss hurts, but please never stop believing that fighting for what's right is worth it." congratulated their nominee for winning the white house. president george h-w bush tweeting: barbara and i congratulate donald trump, wish him well as he guides america forward as our next president. his family is in our prayers. while celebrating his win -- trump set a different tone than the rhetoric he used during his campaign. instead of conflict -- trump says he wants peace. "it is time for us to
by president obama. who says he looks forward to a peaceful transition from an obama presidency to a trump presidency. "everybody is sad when their side loses an election. the day after we have to remember we're actually all on one team." what would a donald trump cabinet look look? it seems like it will not he told wtmj radio's charlie sykes this morning that he'll finish out his term as governor and will not take a post in the trump administration. another name bounced around...milwaukee county sheriff david clarke. the online political website "politico" named clarke as a contender for the secretary of homeland security under president trump. reporting from the newsroom, ted perry fox 6 news.
trump's victory means it's time for republicans to go big and go bold. ryan had a lot of praise for trump during a news conference in janesville -- even calling trump "magnanimous". political reporter theo keith was there. ryan is acknowledging that trump is top dog in the republican party these days after last night. the speaker says he's already been talking with trump -- and that trump's victory is the most incredible political feat he's seen in his life. ryan credited trump for a republicans to keep majorities in the house and senate. the two have often been at odds this year. ryan even refused for a period of time last month to campaign with or defend trump. i think our relationships fine. ive spoken with donald twice in the last 18 hours. spoke last night, spoke again this morning. spoke to my good friend mike pence twice as well. i think we are going to hit the ground running. were already talking about getting our transitions working together
backgrounds, must get to the business of governing together. first order of business -- ryan says he will run for house speaker again during the leadership elections in a few weeks. it's not clear whether any fellow republicans will mount a challenge. just as we saw something of a republican upset in the presidential race, at least according to polling data, senator ron johnson beat the polling and defended his senate seat. ron johnson won with 50-percent of the vote in wisconsin...to russ feingold's 47- percent. johnson defeated russ feingold six years ago. feingold had served three terms as a senator from wisconsin before losing to johnson in 2010. and in the days leading up to election day, the race was at a statistical ?tie. but it was johnson celebrating last night in oshkosh, holding onto his seat after a contentious campaign. johnson ended up getting a relatively early win, with feingold calling to concede a little after 10pm. johnson has
reason he can get things done in washington. "in government, in politics, you can get elected and not do anything, as long as you maintain a good image, you keep getting elected. that doesn't work in business, you actually have to get a result." "this could be one of the most challenging times in the history of our country. and its going to be up to you, particularly these wonderful young people that worked on this campaign. theyre going to have to heal the wounds, theyre together." johnson did say this will be his final term as a senator. president obama, hillary clinton and speaker paul ryan had much more to say earlier today. visit fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app -- and click the "politics" tab to watch the statements in their entirety. as well as all of our you decide coverage. a search is underway for a
assaulted two people in separate attacks on milwaukee's northwest side in less than 24 hours. the suspect is described as a black male, approximately 25 years old, 5 to 6 feet tall, husky build, short hair, with a diamond studded earring in his left ear. he was last seen wearing a light blue and gray hooded sweatshirt, blue jeans and dark shoes. the assaults were close in proximity. and one happened early tuesday morning near west acacia an is close by.... one parent says she's concerned for the safety of the kids. "my daughter goes here and my granddaughter goes here and i just heard that there's a suspect around you know there's deaf kids here too and i am concerned about the kids go here too as they walk home and go to school some of them can't hear." the second sexual assault happened shortly after seven pm...near 76th and denver. this is video our crews captured of police investigating the area. police say the victim
with information is asked to call the milwaukee police department. a man charged in a fatal hit and run is found guilty. 25-year-old sean mcnutt was driving a stolen jeep when he crashed it into another vehicle last april -- killing a 66- year-old man near 10th and abert. the victim later died at the hospital. police say mcnutt and another person in the jeep ran from the crash scene. he's scheduled to be sentenced in january. get ready for a big warm up tomorrow. weather expert tom wachs is in the weather office with a check forecast. clear tonight with lows in the upper 30s to low 40s. a strong southwest breeze will bring us back into the low 60s tomorrow. cooler friday and saturday with highs around 50 and lows in the 20s and 30s. staying dry and sunny through early
5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny and windy. high: 63 wind: wsw 10-20 mph friday: mostly sunny, windy and much cooler. am low: 42 high: 49 wind: n 15-25 mph the weather's quiet now -- but when it turns, make sure your mobile device has the fox6 storm center app. it's free for apple and android devices -- and always includes the fox6 weather forecast. the packers begin an important 3-game road trip this sunday when they head to tennessee to take on the titans. after losing to the colts last
throwing around...'urgency.' tim van vooren has the blitz from green bay. "the packers are in preparation mode now for their game at tennessee this sunday. only the 3rd regular season ever down in nashville for the packers and titans. green bay and the titans played a lot on the preseason. before you can look ahead though the packers are still looking back to that lost to the colts last sunday here at lambeau field. mike mccarthy spoke for the urgency issue regarding his team. here's part of that one answer." "we had some spots in our last game that we weren't playing to the level that you'd like. and if i would draw comparison of this years football team and the past 10 that i've coached here
they energy of how they spill it each week on the field. it's not a concern of mine we just need to learn from last week." "mccarthy confident his team will go to tennessee and play with energy, now can they win? they are favored by 2.5 points but the titans have a lot to play for as well and they're not a team to look past. in other words green bay will need energy. outside lambeau field tim van vooren fox 6 sports. packers game sunday at noon. the pack takes on the titans in nashville. after that we'll have the cowboys and steelers as part two of of our doubleheader. we'll wrap up the big day with the fox six sports blitz sunday night at 10:35. coming up on fox 6 news at 4... how one local elementary school is ditching cupcakes and offering a healthier way to celebrate student birthdays.
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millennials are rebelling over a change to how we buy stuff. they're the only generation that would rather swipe their credit cards than use the new chip readers. a nerdwallet and harris poll says 78 percent of americans view chip cards in a positiv the only generation to prefer the traditional magnetic stripe cards over the chip option. about one in three millennials say the chip cards both take longer - and are confusing on when to use them. millennials and anyone else unhappy with the new technology can choose another secure option though - mobile payments. paying with your phone takes about as long as swiping and
similar to chip readers. one local school district is trying to change the culture of how students celebrate birthdays. it's an effort trading in treats for physical activity. real milwaukee's brian kramp shows us how the new celebrations are making for a happier and healthier student body. physical education here at port washingtons lincoln elementary for 5 years. the nicest thing is that the kids really like movement and they like coming to gym. but this is no ordinary gym class. ok, power-skipping jump as high as you can. so this is just a normal routine for them. and theres nothing normal about
birthdays. in the past kids would bring a treat and that was fine, but were trying to eliminate the amount of treats that we have. what? no more birthday cake?!?! surely the kids wont go for that, or will they? so far this year about 75% of our students chose the activity and the prize over the treat. the activities are one of the main reasons this is happening, plus the entire kids can choose and extra recess, they can choose and indoor recess, extra computer lab time, they could line up first all day, there the just dance you tube videos. from the looks of the dance party in lincoln elementarys first grade classroom, the kids seem to be doing just fine without treats. it gives them what theyre calling now brain breaks. so brain breaks are getting kids up getting kids moving and then
taking these active brain breaks the kids are more in tune and pay attention better. the classroom teachers have been really happy about it. the parents have been telling me how happy they are about it and the kids are excited about it. the kids excitement doubles because if they choose not to bring in a birthday treat they also get to pick a prize. we call it the birthday basket. weve got playground balls, yo-yos, frisbees, jump ropes and bracelets. with grants from kohls healthy families program and the american cancer society mr. andersons class and all of the schools in the port washington district have been making healthier choices. money for us to try to make a change to try to make us healthier and we chose water butt filling stations. you can fill up a water bottle and we try to put a highlight on drinking more water in our district. the schools received four brand new filling stations, water bottles and money for birthday basket prizes. without having the prize i dont think the kids would choose the activity as much as they are so
that has made small, but essential changes in the schools and the way they the kids perceive health and celebrate life. its not hard to motivate kids when you have things that motivate them. and kids are going up to other kids saying, 'yeah, its your birthday because of you were out here.' so its really cool." that was our brian kramp reporting. greg hopes to see this program grow to schools statewide - especially at the elementary level. ad lib about pkg coming up o four... it's the true story of one of the most incredible injury-comebacks in sports. gino salomone sits down with a star in the new movie "bleed for this" to talk about bringing her role
clear tonight with lows in the upper 30s to low 40s. a strong southwest breeze will bring us back into the low 60s tomorrow. cooler friday and saturday with highs around 50 and lows in the 20s and 30s. staying dry and sunny through early clear. low: 40 wind: wsw 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny and windy. high: 63 wind: wsw 10-20 mph friday: mostly sunny, windy and much cooler. am low: 42
wind: n 15-25 mph t me do the fusion i can guarantee you'll walk again. i need to be able to fight again. vinny. you're not fusing my neck. with this severe of an injury one bump one fall any kind of movement and your spinal chord could sever." a boxer determined to make it back to the ring after a devastating accident. gino sat down with one of the stars of "bleed for this" to talk about bringing this true story to life.
to tell. and i dressed italian today but i didn't unbutton all the way. no you didn't. no chains. no chains that's right. but honestly you were so convincing and i saw nothing of you in this role. that's the best compliment i could give. oh thank you so much. how did you capture her? oh well i had footage of her. she was written clearly. ben younger had done a lot of backstory on the family so i had a lot of information. and you know the costume the wardrobe the mak hairdresser hairdo i was able to. and everyone around us. we were in the 80's and italian." and her character in real life -- had a bit of a ritual when
of a ritual when he son would fight. ad lib to bite "she couldn't watch the fights. sheco and i really believe that she thought that every time vinny would be okay she thinks that god had heard her. and you know who's to say i have a strong faith myself. but she really believed that if she didn't do that something bad would happen. what did vinny say to you. he was just happy the movie was being made. he was a great energy to
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trump won the presidential election and he received the traditional call from his opponent, he stepped to the podium for his victory speech. "nothing we want for our future is beyond of our reach.shortly after-- about 3:30 am, president obama said he spoke with trump to congratulate him. "we all want what's best for this country. that's what i heard in my trump's i heard when i spoke to him :37 :18 we will seek common ground not hostility, partnership not conflict." :24shortly after 10 am wednesday hillary clinton took to the poduim... "i congratulate donald trump and offered to work with him on behalf of our country. :42to give her heartfelt concession speech to her supporters. "this is painful and it will be for a long time. :58 but i want
about one person or even one election. :04 it was about the country we love and building an america that's hopeful, inclusive and big hearted." :13 some supporters cried as she spoke... but earlier trump pledged to be the president of all americans. "for those who have chosen not to support me in the past of which there were a few people. i'm reaching out to you for your guidance and your help so that we can work together and unify our great president said his team will work to make this a successful transition for the president-elect. during their early morning phone call, the president invited trump to the white house tomorrow for a talk. the entire world is still reacting to last night's results -- including milwaukee-based community organization "voces de la frontera".
who helped in their "get out the vote" effort. each election year they face the challenge of getting the large communities of latino voters to the polls. since august of this year -- they knocked on around 60-thousand doors leading up to yesterday. "we had big early vote push that resulted in a historic turn-out of 300 percent more than the previous years, the previous presidential race election." initial numbers they've collected show more than 80-percent of those director neumann-ortiz says with trump as president-elect, they are prepared to build a stronger movement for civil rights and economic justice. if you'd like to take a closer look at the vote totals in this election, visit fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app. there's a link atop our home page. police are still looking for information on whoever was behind the wheel of an s-u-v that hit and killed a five-year-old girl on sunday.
remembrance vigil for rickyia rick-eye-uh langham.she was hit by an s-u-v near the corner of west leon terrace and west constance avenue. milwaukee police say they recovered the vehicle monday evening on the city's north side. at this time they say they've arrested a person in connection to the hit-and-run but are still searching for the suspect who drove the car. her kindergarten teach told the crowd of their last encounter. "she was trying to learn the monkey bars on friday. she would not give up by the end of the day the family has a memorial fund set up in rickyia's name at the educators credit union in milwaukee. they are in need of donations for a proper funeral. a mom is going to meet with a school district in missouri, after she says a teacher hit her child on the head with an i-pad for misbehaving in class. the student was apparently slamming doors and swearing -- so, according to school paperwork, the teacher bopped him on the head with an i-pad. his mom says
hospital. and while she agrees that kids need to be disciplined, she says this was too much. "if parents cant discipline their child in a certain way, i know teachers are unable to put their hands on your children." the district has not yet commented on the accusations against the teacher. the student was also suspended for a day. a massive fire broke out early this morning at a plastics recycling plant in the northern california city of lodi. the fire is close to an e officials warned residents to stay away from the area. lodi's fire department dispatched all of its fire engines and trucks to the scene,. other sending resources to help battle the blaze. there are no reports of injuries. what started that fire is still being investigated. and in delaware, firefighters respond to a three alarm fire at an abandoned warehouse overnight. you can see flames spreading over a large area. no one was injured. investigators are still looking for the cause of that fire as well.
blood-testing start up company theranos. the drugstore chain is suing the company for 140-million dollars in an effort to recover its investments. theranos once promised cheaper, more efficient alternatives to traditional blood tests. they were banned from owning or operating a lab, following a media report last year questioning the company's testing methods. many other investors are also suing the start up company. ted perry joins us now from the news room with some stories coming up on fox six news at five. election. but voter turnout was surprisingly low in milwaukee county. at five, why so many chose not to cast a ballot this year. also at five, it was a nationwide decision but how will it impact us here at home? coming up, what local leaders are saying about donald trump winning the presidential race. we'll have all that and more for you in about 20 minutes when mary stoker smith joins me on fox six news
three of the youngest residents of the milwaukee zoo are almost ready for the public. the zoo posted this picture on their facebook page. the two girl cubs are in the pink bucket and the boy in the blue one. they will turn two months old on monday. they're hoping to have the tiger cubs on display by the end of the month. its bound to happen to all of us losing our keys or just locking ourselves out of our home or car... coming up on fox 6 news at four... how locksmiths could be taking advantage of you, in our contact 6 report. plus -- the vitamin you may be lacking and the cancer it could be leading to. here's a live look outside right now. ad lib what you see weather expert tom wachs is in next with
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a locksmith pretty quick. but the company that pops up to help you in your time of need - could be taking advantage of you. contact 6's jenna sachs joins us with a warning. it happens all too easily... you get distracted -- and you lock yourself out of your house or car. but beware -- some locksmiths up charge ... and that could end up costing you hundreds of dollars. that's what rachell nuttall says happened to her. she was on her way out the door in a hurry - and picked up the wrong set of keys. nuttall called the first a website that offered lock-smithing for 19 dollars "and up." nuttall ended up paying more than 200 dollars for a service that experts say should cost about $60. in that state i was in, i was desperate and vulnerable - um, i just needed to get into my house again. 18:06:19 i should have asked - you know - what's your price.. and then called at least 3 people to see what was the better option.
avoid a locksmith advertising their prices with the words "and up". a locksmith should be able to give you an exact quote when you call. other signs of a locksmith scam are - a person who's vague about their name.. or the company name. if they show up with an un-marked car.. or can't show you a business license.. experts say it's worth your time to call someone else. you might also want to consider doing some research - and making a list of tradesmen like locksmiths and plumbers that you trust 'now'. rush and have go with someone you don't know. do you have a consumer issue or investigation idea? give jenna a call!! the number is on you screen or you can file a complaint on the contact
high: 57 wind: w 5-10 mph clear tonight with lows in the upper 30s to low 40s. a strong southwest breeze will bring us back into the low 60s tomorrow. cooler friday and saturday with highs around 50 and lows in the 20s and through early next week. tonight: mostly clear. low: 40 wind: wsw 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny and
checking yourself for breast lumps is extremely important. we remind you each month with "buddy check 6." but the battle against breast cancer doesn't stop there. mary stoker smith is here with the "other" warning signs. who are diagnosed with breast cancer, actually go to their doctors with a symptom other than a lump. researchers used data from nearly twenty-three hundred women diagnosed with breast cancer in 2009 and 2010. each patient was categorized by their symptoms. while eighty-three percent had a breast lump... the rest had other issues including breast pain or breast skin abnormalities. some women even had symptoms not related to the breast. those
off seeing a physician. authors say it should make people aware that there are different symptoms to know. and another study shows evidence, a lack of vitamin-d can increase our risk for another cancer. researchers say low vitamin-d levels may increase the risk of bladder cancer. five of seven studies researchers reviewed actually found a link between the two. they found cells in the bladder activate and respond to vitamin-d, which can stimulate an immune response. while the link is not confirmed -- study authors say it may help in identifyin develop into cancer. more research is need on a larger scale to confirm their results. and teens who use e-cigarettes may be more likely to become heavy cigarette smokers. a survey of students at ten los angeles public schools finds teens who vape frequently are more than twice as likely to start smoking cigarettes. now, this study only found an association
someone to smoke. the american vaping association criticized the study for a number of reasons. for instance, defining "frequent" vaping or smoking as three days or more each month. they also added only a fraction of the three-thousand students actually moved on to cigarettes smoking. back to you guys. new york city's iconic empire state building --decked out in red, white and blue for election day! the empire state building -- dazzled new yorkers last night with an election with a chart to track the candidates' progress. it flashed a picture of trump -- when he had reached the 270 electoral votes needed to be the 45th president of the united states...in the very early hours of the morning. meanwhile, some are already planning for the inauguration in washington. this is what it looks like outside the white house. large areas are cordoned off for construction equipment. the national park service started to get ready about a week ago, but now things are really picking up speed. they are building a reviewing stand and
west front of the capitol... a tradition started with president ronald reagan. one cleveland man was not going to let anything stop him from casting his vote in this election. you can see the guy leaving his polling place at a local polling center. we don't know why he didn't drive a car, or grab a ride. some ride sharing companies like uber were offering rides to the polls. city officials had to evacuate residents after a sinkhole opened up yesterday morning. a five-lane road collapsed into the sinkhole. fortunately, there were no reports of injuries. more than a dozen large buildings lost power, with some damage reported. the cause of the collapse is under investigation. passengers on a mexican commercial flight are shocked when they notice a live snake slithering out of an
wiggling itself out of the overhead bin on a flight sunday. the airline aero-mexico said in a statement it is investigating how the snake wound up on the plane. an emergency landing was made in mexico city and the sneaky guy was safely secured. no one was injured. peshmerga forces driving out isis militants from another key town in iraq. isis is now out of bashiqa ba-sheeka , which the peshmerga is warning residents not to rush back to their homes so soon. they say the land may be riddled with explosives. a lieutenant general says he hopes the u-s will continue to support their forces now that donald trump has been elected president. a new portrait of the queen is unveiled. irish artist colin davidson painted the portrait, which was commissioned by "co-operation ireland" -- a charity set up to promote relations between northern ireland and the republic of ireland. davidson has painted portraits of german chancellor angela merkel,
will be saying "thank you" to veterans and active duty military personnel the best way vets, free of charge. fox 6's jessob reisbeck has the story of one retired marine looking for a new battle buddy. marine corps veteran ken velasquez served honorably in vietnam from 1969 to 1972 "we took stuff off of the cargo ships, loaded convoys and sent them up to the fire bases i was stationed in da nang at red beach." like any good marine, velasquez knows the value of recon and
and that's exactly what he's doing at the denver animal shelter called the dumb friends league "nats of looking for dogs." his mission, to scout for a new companion "nats of him looking for dogs." it's all part of the dumb friends league veteran's day special. "on veteran's day on friday november eleventh we're gonna be waiving all fees for current, active military members as well as retired military members on every pet we have here at the shelter." it was after the iraqi war that velasquez realized the connection between dog and soldier leave the handler's side, so i'm trying to get a companion to stay with me, to be my friend...my companion." after an exhaustive search which was more like a labor of love he found a friend, and his name is duke "he looks like he's mild tempered, he would make a good fit in our family." now, this marine's next mission, is to get here when the doors open on friday, and to say hello to his forever friend "nats of ken with duke." jessob reisbeck, fox 6
now at five... after a bitter and divisive presidential campaign -- both sides are now promising to work together. "it is time for us to come together as one united people." "we have to remember we're actually all on one team." with a former critic -- becoming a supporter. "this is the most incredible political feat i have seen in my lifetime." and that is our big story this evening... donald trump with an historic -- and for some-- a shocking victory in the presidential election. hillary clinton tried to comfort supporters today -- who were certain going into yesterday that she had a clear path to the white
newsroom with more. in a speech conceding the presidency to republican donald trump -- clinton says losing the election is painful -- and will be for a long time. but she also noted that american democracy depends on a peaceful transition of power. "this is painful and it will be for a long time." an emotional hillary clinton delivering a concession speech the day after a stunning upset ... before teary-eyed supporters, she urged a dv under president-elect donald trump. "we owe him an open mind and a chance to lead." the former secretary of state also had a message to young girls hoping she would shatter that glass ceiling... "you are valuable and powerful and deserving of every chance to pursue and achieve your own dreams." "the sun is up. i know everyone had a long night." speaking from the rose garden,
shift between administrations in the next seventy-two days... "the peaceful transition of power is one of the hallmarks of our democracy, we're going to show that to the world." "i pledge to every citizen of our land that i will be president for all americans." trump also has to mend a splintered republican party... many members were unenthusiastic about his candidacy -- including the house speaker. mitch mcconnel said he anticipates one of the first actions by donald trump will be sending a supreme court nominee to the senate. ted thanks steph the most incredible political feat i've seen in my lifetime. that's how house speaker paul ryan sums up trump's victory. political reporter theo keith was in janesville as ryan met reporters this morning. theo, ryan showered trump with praise.