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president now at 7-- a second night of protests across the country following donald trump's victory... how the once-peaceful demonstrations-- quickly turned violent in some cities. plus.. how activists here in milwaukee are taking part to voice their frustrations with the outcome of the presidential election. good morning and welcome back to wakeup! time now x:xx weather we are now behind a cold front that has
more seasonal, air. highs today have already occurred with early morning temperatures in the low 50s. we will cool to the 40s and stay there through the afternoon and then fall into the 20s and low 30s overnight. after a chilly start, we warm a bit saturday with highs in the low 50s. we keep warming sunday with highs in the mid 50s. we stay above average and mostly dry through late next week. today: partly to mostly sunny, windy and cooler. high: 48 wind: ne 15-25 mph tonight: clear, chilly & calm. ow anchor adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays right now- investigators are offering a 5-thousand dollar reward... to find the person responsible for a massive apartment complex fire in whitewater. the four alarm blaze affected 300
hurt. damage is estimated at about half a million dollars. the fire chief is not saying whether the person who caused the fire... did it intentionally or accidentally. hundreds marched through the streets of downtown milwaukee...protesti ng the election of donald trump. for the second night...there were similar protests in cities across the country... deandra corinthios is live in red arrow park with more the group gathered here in red arrow park for a rally...before taking to the streets...and disrupting traffic demonstrators say they are upset by tuesday's election outcome and the group chanted "not my president," as they made their way through the streets. they went down water street and turned onto 'east wisconsin avenue.' the crowd stopped near the wisconsin center. as they went down toward state street, milwaukee police officers were on horseback in front of the b-mo harris bradley center. there was briefly concern the group may start walking on the interstate.... but instead, they marched down 6-th street and onto mckinley. ultimately, the group made its way
elect does not represent their values. 21:14 i think america needs to see this isn't a win. all these people out here are losing something. we're taking steps back, we're not moving forward. 08:51 this is good that people care, but we need to do more than this. this all lasted about five hours. milwaukee police say no arrests were made and there were no major incidents. reporting li corithios fox6 news madison-- dealing with similar protests throughout the night. thousands marched from the u-w campus to the steps of the state capitol. organizers say they wanted a space to reflect and discuss their discontent with the election outcome. they also say the intention of the march was not to reverse the election outcome, but rather for their concerns to be addressed by a trump presidency. rallies also taking place across the country -- from new york los angeles-- and up the coast to portland, oregon.
early this morning. this is the portland police department. all protesters- you are under arrest. please remain where you are until you receive further orders. police say protesters threw projectiles at officers, and damaged some cars. at one one point, officers used tear gas to try to break up the group. nearly thirty protesters ended up in cuffs, according to a tweet from portland police. jessob/dgx and president-elect donald trump-- responding to the protests... last night, he tweeted out- quote, "just had a successful presidential election. now professional protesters, incited by the media, are protesting. very unfair." dgx and this morning he followed up with a tweet saying- quote, "love the fact that the small groups of protesters last night have passion for our great country. we will all come together and be proud!" the president-elect is making his first official meetings since the election. yesterday-- trump and vice president elect mike pence toured the white house as well as the capitol...
president- elect donald trump, along with his v-p-- arrived in washington to meet with the men they'll replace in january. president obama sat down with trump for about 90-minutes yesterday. they talked about domestic policy, and setting up a team to make the smooth transition into the white house come january. the white house saying the talk went better than both sides expected. president obama went as far as calling it quote: excellent." dgx while trump tweeted that it was a quote "really good meeting, great chemistry." he also mentioned that melania trump and pence also visited the capitol. they met with senate majority leader mitch mcconnell and house speaker paul ryan. ryan showed the two men the view from the speakers' balcony. they also charted out plans to help the president elect enact a sweeping conservative agenda. ryan faces a vote next tuesday to keep his job as speaker of the house... but he's under fire from some fellow republicans for his decision not to defend trump during the election. the speaker says he's spoken with president-elect trump
we have posted the entire "public" portion of the meeting between president obama and donald trump -- on fox6 now dot com and the fox6 news app. just search "trump." two girls --accused of stabbing their classmate --are expected in court today. angelica joins us in studio with the details. anissa weier and morgan geyser both have status conferences scheduled in waukesha county today. the two are accused of stabbing their classmate to please the fictional character slenderman two months ago -- weier changed her mental disease" for the crime. two doctors were appointed to evaluate her. the court hearings set to get underway at 1:30 this afternoon. more construction on i-94 and the zoo interchange is coming your way... what changes you can expect to see in your commute this weekend. today's veterans day-- and as we thank those who've served our country, we're putting a face to the sacrifices our military member face every day. their story-- still ahead. carl is grabbing breakfast this morning at rocket baby bakery this morning.
ushered in some much cooler, more seasonal, air. highs today have already occurred with early morning temperatures in the low 50s. we will cool to the 40s and stay there through the afternoon and then fall into the 20s and low 30s overnight. after a chilly start, we warm a bit saturday with highs in the low 50s. we keep warming sunday with highs in the mid 50s. we stay above average and mostly dry through late next week. today: partly to mostly sunny, windy and cooler. high: 48 wind: ne 15-25 mph tonight: clear, chilly & calm. low: 30 wind: calm calm mph dick adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays construction is really picking up -- with changes coming to 94
we are now behind a cold front that has ushered in some much cooler, more seasonal, air. highs today have already occurred w temperatures in the low 50s. we will cool to the 40s and stay there through the afternoon and then fall into the 20s and low 30s overnight. after a chilly start, we warm a bit saturday with highs in the low 50s. we keep warming sunday with highs
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moving 200 years back with donald trump being the president. now at 7-30.. protesters-- lining the streets of downtown milwaukee, frustrated with the results of the presidential election. what police are saying about last night's rally. thanks for staying with wakeup.. time now x:xx.. kim, nicole and angelica adlib
delays green on traffic map = no delays the streets of downtown milwaukee are quiet this morning... . just hours after hundreds of protestors marched against the election of donald trump. the crowds marched for close to five hours deandra corinthios is live in red arrow park...with the details. milwaukee police tell us there were no arrests last night... traffic downtown...as they marched from here to the bradley center...and back it started with a rally at red arrow park - within a few minutes, the protesters took to the streets... milwaukee police tried to anticipate their moves all night - blocking traffic and streets within a block radius along the route. protesters arrived at the bradley center...as the bucks game was getting out. milwaukee police were on horseback monitoring the crowds. the group chanted "not my president," saying the donald trump does not
in their cars. some honked in support; others called the protesters 'cry babies.' one woman at the start of the rally told us... this isnt about party politics. she says its about their dislike and fears of trump. sm 'i think it really is people taking revenge on obama - and not wanting to follow up obama with a woman. they think it was too much progress too soon.' at one point, one of our crews witnessed a woman who was not a protester, demonstrators as they marched by. but no one was seriously hurt. coming up at six...what protesters say needs to be the next step...after these marches. reporting live in milwaukee deandra corinthios fox6 news. disturbing video posted on social media of five people beating a man on chicago's west side. the man tells the chicago tribune while bystanders yelled "don't vote trump"... that's not what started it. 49-year old david wilcox says a car scraped the side of his vehicle. when he got out to ask for
two people hit and kicked him. wilcox tried to get back in his car but was repeatedly punched. wilcox says he did vote for trump, but no one in the crowd would have known that. meanwhile-- obamacare enrollment surges just a day after donald trump was elected as the next president. more than 100-thousand people selected health plans on the healthcare-dot-gov website, according to the department of health and human services. wednesday was recorded as the busies enrollment began last week, when about 95- thousand signed up. the last day to enroll in or change plans for coverage to start january first,
now facing several federal charges... but first-- yahoo is investigating a massive security breach. jessob is in the newsroom with details. some employees at yahoo may have been aware of a security breach that compromised the personal information of half a billion users. according to yahoo... the company admitted that some employees were happened back in 2014. the breach compromised customers' email addresses, phone numbers... as well as other personal information. yahoo says it's investigating whether the hacker created a way to access users' information without a password. former illinois congressman aaron schock has been indicted...on 24 criminal counts. federal prosecutors formally announced the charges yesterday... which include theft of government
and filing false tax returns. some of these charges have maximum penalties of 20 years in prison. investigators were looking into his use of house and political funds. the once- rising republican star resigned last year after his "downton abbey" office makeover raised questions. schock had agreed to pay a 10- thousand dollar fine for a campaign finance violation from 20-12. he's scheduled to appear in court in the next few days today is veterans day.... and are offering deals to say thank you to those that have served our country. i-hop is giving military members and veterans a free stack of red, white, and blue pancakes until 7 tonight. at chick-fil-a ... all military veterans will receive a free chicken sandwich. and the harley davidson museum is offering free entry for all military, veterans, and their families all weekend. that includes - one additional adult and up to four kids 18 or younger. as we thank those who serve and have served ...we recognize
a recent report shows 6,845 americans have died in iraq and afghanistan and 900,000 gave been injured. in the fox6 special homeland diaries: americas veterans', we put a name, face, and story to the statistic. todd nicely: nat sot pkg. locator: lake ozarks, missouri nats / montage todd: opening pills todds interview 3 into camera 000133 name is corporal todd camera 000336 a lot has happened in my life i stepped on a bomb, took my arms and legs, its a fighting struggle everyday todd closet interview 1 000046 as a quadruple amputee i have prosthetic legs almost people have shoes closet interview 2 000247 i have this basket of hands todds interview 3 into camera 000439 theres only 5 of us that
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recently tried to commit suicide according to the u.s. department of veterans affairs --- roughly 20 veterans a day commit suicide. and coming up at 8:30 on wakeup we'll talk live with corporal todd nicely.. and remember you can see more compelling confessions when 'homeland diaries: americas veterans' airs tomorrow right here on fox6 at 5pm. we are now behind a cold front that has usherei seasonal, air. highs today have already occurred with early morning temperatures in the low 50s. we will cool to the 40s and stay there through the afternoon and then
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and just say you're doing peaceful protesting.y and just say you're doing peaceful protesting. you're sitting there breaking fuse boxes, lighting trash cans on fire, just vandalizing everything you can. now at 8:00 protests over president-elect donald trump-- turning violent in some cities. we have the latest on the