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significance. executive director neil albrecht says about 41-thousand fewer voters participated in the 2016 election--- a drastic drop from 2012. he says there are a number of factors that impact whether a person votes. he believes one of those was the new voter id requirement. the wards with the highest drop in participation have a higher poverty rate, and are on the city's northside. ward six saw the biggest drop with a 31-percent decrease. "where we saw the greatest same areas of the city where we feared the photo id requirement and some of the other changes to election law... would have the greatest impact." but governor scott walker disputes voter id's played any role in low voter turn out. "that's a load of crap. theres absolutely no proof to that. we had the highest voter turnout weve had since 1972 in the primary process for both democrats and republicans had contested elections. we had the second highest turnout of any state in
deterrent to voting we wouldnt have had those kind of numbers. he thinks the presidential choices made thousands stay home. the simple reason why people didnt show up was that there wasnt enthusiasm for the presidential candidates. albrecht says the numbers paint a different picture and sees a growing disparity in voter turn out. "the impact of these laws just as predicted are having the greatest impact on residents in large urban areas in the city of milwaukee." albrecht says he hopes the new data can help the state improve the photo id public education campaign . live in the newsroom i'm angelica sanchez fox6 news. protests continue around the country to donald trump. it's a much calmer scene on the streets of downtown milwaukee tonight though. last night -- hundreds of protesters took to the streets. they marched around downtown -- blocking traffic for several hours. police worked to block streets as they anticipated the crowd's next move. some city leaders think police were too lenient with the crowd. milwaukee alderman bob donovan says he wanted police to take more action. he says the demonstrators didn't have a permit and should have been arrested for not obeying
ends when you infringe on other peoples rights." donovan says: "i think it's important police set the score right from the start if you dont have a permit people will be arrested if you go out into the street. that's message needs to be sent." mayor tom barrett says he wishes people channeled their frustrations earlier and differently -- by voting on tuesday. new at ten. a protest takes over th madison tonight. they're gathering against how the university handled the badgers fan that wore a president obama mask with a noose around his neck. protesters blocked several streets -- causing major traffic issues. we're told -- there was so much traffic -- it likely caused the university marching band to miss the school's homecoming parade... the owner of the car -- that police say hit and killed a five-year-old girl on sunday-- has been charged. lasheba crowder is accused of lying to police-- saying her
prosecutors say: she reported it stolen after the crash but later admitted she lied. her boyfriend is believed to be the person driving in the hit-and-run. he has been arrested, but charges are still pending against him. charges also filed today against the driver accused of hitting and killing a pedestrian near 60th and norwich on monday. prosecutors say 27-year-old "ruben tovar" was driving on a suspended license at the time of the crash. according to the criminal complaint -- he admitted he was on his phone a block or two away from the cr a sneezing fit -- and that's when he hit 50-year-old "shelly jarvey." tovar stayed on scene and called 9- 1-1 after the crash. looking of for justice. months after a grandmother and grandson were killed in a hit-and- run, family members tell us they have some peace. the accused driver pleads guilty to charges, but it's not over yet. fox 6's ashley sears is live outside of the milwaukee county courthouse to explain. 19-year-old marvin anthony pleaded guilty this morning to
run that killed 8-year-old taeshawn griffin and 46-year-old danielle triggs. family says they have some comfort, but they are still devastated. 32:36 we have been struggling. it's been six months-- no family should have to go through. 32:42 restless nights, no sleep, crying a lot and just trying to stay strong. in may, 8-year-old taeshawn griffin and his grandmother, 46 killed in a hit and run. 37:39 taeshawn was just a joyful kid. natasha griffin is taeshawn's aunt. 37:41 he was so full of life at 8 years old. months following the crash, 19-year- old marvin anthony was taken into custody. soon after--another blow-- anthony was released on a $500 bond. but now, the family says they are now one step closer to justice. 34:50 him pleading guilty, i
pleaded guilty to two counts of homicide by negligent operation of a vehicle and two counts of operating a vehicle while suspended. 35:07 we didnt leave court today angry. we left court today crying tears of joy. griffin now awaits anthony's sentencing-- hoping that will help bring healing to her family when they desperately need it. 35:59 no time served will bring back taeshawn or danielle, but knowing the person responsible is locked away will definitely be anthony will be back in court in january. he could face more than 30 years behind bars. live outside of the milwaukee county courthouse, ashley sears fox 6 news. steph thanks ashley a reward is being offered in connection to a massive fire at a whitewater apartment complex -- despite the fact it hasn't officially been ruled arson. the wisconsin arson insurance
5-thousand dollars for information in the case. at last check -- the fire chief says it's still unclear whether the fire was accidental or arson. the four-alarm fire affected 300 people... fortunately no one was hurt. a milwaukee county bus driver -- getting some big praise tonight. it's all because of an unscheduled stop she made during a route. this is october 12th surveillance video of milwaukee county transit bus. the driver, jeannie mitchell, spotted a five-year-old girl, and one-year-old boy, wandering the area near hopkins and hampt the children get in contact with their mother. the kids apparently walked away from a babysitter, and were trying to find a relatives house. if the parent hadn't showed-up, i would, still, be thinkin', 'what happened to those children?' but, once the police showed-up, and did their part, i felt a lot better. jeannie says -- about 15 years ago, her own son went missing--for about 12 hours. she says she is happy to have prevented
to the weather now. more seasonable temps today-- following yesterday's record warmth. what can we expect for the weekend? weather expert stephanie barichello has more from the weather center. clear and cool this evening with temperatures falling through the 40s. overnight lows will be the coldest of the season so far with inland spots dropping around freezing lakeside. sunny this weekend with highs in the low 50s tomorrow and then back near 60 sunday. there is the slight chance for a few showers late tuesday night otherwise we stay dry and sunny next week.
wind: w 5-10 mph saturday: mostly sunny. high: 51 wind: wsw 5-15 mph sunday: mostly sunny. am low: 35 high: 58 wind: sw 5-15 mph stay ahead of the weather anywhere. just download the fox 6 storm center app, it's available on android and apple. it's veterans day, and across the country, people are showing their respect for those who served in uniform... several ceremonies taking place around our area -- including this one at milwaukee v-a medical center. it took plac and featured the traditional playing of service songs-- rifle volley-- and echo taps. the highest-profile event today was at arlington national cemetery. president obama participating in the annual wreath laying ceremony at the tomb of the unknowns... before making remarks honoring america's veterans. obama says: "you who once wore the uniform of our army, navy, air force, marines, or coast guard. we owe
country to move forward following the election-- saying it's the best way to honor the service and sacrifice of those who fought for america. we've been saluting veterans all day on fox6 now dot com and the fox6 news app... if you'd like to salute the veteran in your life -- share a photo of them on fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app. ahead at ten. lots on the line! the high school playoffs -- nearing the end. you who's moving on -- coming up. plus. the packers heading to nashville this weekend -- hoping to do something they've never done before. it won't be easy -- as they're missing a star player. the story -- coming up in fox six sports. "it's time for us to come together as one united people. your votes have been counted, so what's next for your family...by state and the country. as the
around freezing lakeside. sunny this weekend with highs in the low 50s tomorrow and then back near 60 sunday. there is the slight chance for a few showers late tuesday night otherwise we stay dry and sunny next week. tonight: clear and cold. low: 32 wind: w 5-10 mph saturday: mostly sunny. high: 51 wind: wsw 5- 35 high: 58 wind: sw 5-15 mph monday: partly sunny. am low: 40 high: 56 wind: w 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny with the slight chance for a few showers at night. am low: 40 high: 56 wind: wsw 5-10 mph wednesday:mostly sunny. am low: 41 high: 54 wind: nw 5-10
39 high: 56 wind: se 5-10 mph clear and cool this evening with temperatures falling through the 40s. overnight lows will be the coldest of the season so far with inland spots dropping into the 20s and right around freezing lakeside. sunny this weekend with highs in the low 50s tomorrow and then back near 60 chance for a few showers late tuesday night otherwise we stay dry and sunny next week. tonight: clear and cold. low: 32 wind: w 5-10 mph saturday: mostly sunny. high: 51 wind: wsw 5-15 mph sunday: mostly sunny. am low: 35 high: 58 wind: sw 5-15 mph monday: partly sunny. am low:
he's the perfect fit, at least according to those that matter in the brewers organization. therefore, they have given manager craig counsell a 3 year contract extension. as the team's rebuilding process continues, counsell is hoping to guide his team to the same success as other teams in the division have seen recently. "it will almost serve us better to be in that...competing against those teams. it sets a higher bar and that means it's a higher bar that we have to achieve. and that's good. that's
after the bucks lost to previously winless new orleans last night, they are searching for a way to avoid this type of result in the future. but it's not necessarily an easy task. "we talk about it a lot. we just got to, you know, i don't know how to make that translate in the sense of bringing it when it's time when the lights are on. i think we'll figure it out and we'll be fine." tonight, marquette tipped off their season against vanderbilt in annapolis at the naval academy. after trailing by 1 at the half, mu goes on a huge run to start the 2nd half. a 26-2 run turns this one from a nail biter to a comfortable win for steve wojciechowski's players. jajuan johnson's dunk caps the run off. as marquette wins big, 95-71. they have their home opener on
hosting central arkansas at the kohl center. bronson koenig and nigel hayes combine for 30 points as the badgers roll past the bears to win their 14th opener in their last 15. 79-47 is the final. 2 straight losses and in both games, the packers were without the services of clay matthews. when he plays, they only allow 19.2 points per game. without him, it jumps to more than 30 points. on sunday, they'll be without him again. but they're not in full on panic mode. tim van vooren has more tonight from lambeau field. "he sunday, the indianapolis colts beat the packers as a touchdown underdog and, boy oh boy, did a negativity come out about green bay." "you can't really pay too much attention to that. we got a job to do and that's preparing for the tennessee titans so we can't waste time trying to focus on the outside noise. we just gotta just keep everything in this locker room, in this locker room, depend on one another and find ways to prepare, get ourselves ready." "there's been plenty of scrutiny of green bay's offense this season as well. and quite honestly, there's a lot of scrutiny these days in the nfl. what with all the new ways to see what's happening in the field. different camera angles,
lot of people to talk to, i don't know what they're talking about so...and it's amazing because some of the people talking have played the game before and how quickly they forget. you just know. you trust one another in here. we watch the film on monday and we understand what's going on and what's happening and where we're at." "the packers say they will block out all of that noise and focus on the sweet sounds of what they tend to do in nash at lambeau field, tim van vooren, fox six sports." you can see how the packers respond in tennessee here on fox 6 sunday at noon. the cowboys and steelers follow. then we'll wrap it all up for you on the fox 6 sports blitz sunday night at 10:35. and it's on to state! after tonight's games, the state championship match ups will be set. coming up, we have the 14th edition of the high school blitz. "we are the cedar grove-belgium
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we're almost to the pinnacle. win tonight and you head to madison for a chance at a gold ball and a state title. lose and the season was successful, but it ends 1 week early. those are the stakes for tonight's semifinal matchups around we start in division one, badger taking on franklin. tied at 7 in the 2nd when franklin's max alba and kyle lewis hook up for a huge play, a 56 yard touchdown and a 14-7 lead. badgers now down 21 to 7 in the 3rd when mason due-may dumez keeps it himself and goes 21 yards to get them within a touchdown at 21-14.but in the 4th, lewis answers with one of the plays of the
a 49 yard touchdown putting this one out of reach. as franklin goes on to win 25 to 14 win for a trip to madison to face kimberly in the division one championship game. to division 2, homestead, looking to repeat as state champs, facing monona grove. homestead senior quarterback, eric zoeller sidelined with a shoulder injury suffered during last weeks game so the silver eagles capitalize as alec ogden just eludes the rush and fin for the 26 yard score 7-0 monona grove. next series, ogden hands off to thompsen who gets all of the 21 yards with his legs 14-0 early so homestead's season ends as monona grove picks up the 35 to 6 win. staying in division 2, with brookfield east and menomonie. we go right to the third quarter where spartans sam santiago-lloyd bounces to the outside, dragging tacklers with him, diving for the pylon and the touchdown., 20-10 east. in the 4th, they look to tack on
with a big block. but they'd respond with only a field goal of their own with 4 minutes to go. east runs out the clock and they are headed to the championship game against monona grove with the 20 to 13 win. now division 3, with catholic memorial a game away from a return trip to madison, meeting up with pewaukee. the crusaders already leading 24-0 as jaylen campbell hurdles for 15 yards. then ben nimz finds max cooper in heavy lifting all the way down to the 1 yard line setting up a touchdown and a 30-0 lead. some promise for the pirates in the 2nd half as blaze beltran causes the fumble... a few plays later, josh swanson rolls out and his jump ball ends up in the hands of carlos teran. but thats as big a dent as pewaukee could make. catholic memorial is heading back to state with the 30 to 7 win as they will have a rematch and a chance at
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