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over there didn't want anything to do with it, so it left, and it showed up in my hard." jack dixon/takes care of turkey "just really seems to like us. i mean it's definitely raised from a hatchling and definitely bonded on people." mojo/takes care of turkey "she likes to follow me around. i'll walk around back and forth from the driveway to the backyard and she'll come around." sometimes miss toni gets a little too close riley dixon/takec "typically i see it on top of my car." riley took this video the other day and miss toni wouldn't get off the car. and our action 2 news vehicle was no exception. nat sound although it may be unusual to see a turkey hanging out with humans and some dogs the neighbors say they welcome it. man "it makes life a lot nicer." even if it is so close to thanksgiving. reporter "are you going to have turkey on thanksgiving?" tennison dixon "yes, but from
weather together. milwaukee police say a teen fleeing from officers caused a fatal crash-- , killing one and injuring 6. it started as a traffic stop near 27th and capitol when the 18-year-old driver sped off. police say they did not pursue -- as is policy -- and the driver sped into oncoming traffic, hitting another car. one passenger in the fleeing car died, the driver and two other passengers are expected to survive. the 3 people in the other car were all injured but are also expected to survive. the c-e-o of wauwatosa based company-- penzey spices-- making national headlines after criticizing republicans who voted for president-elect donald trump. according the milwaukee business journal-- bill penzey wrote an email-- referencing an "open embrace of racism" in the republican party. in a follow-up facebook post-- penzey said he didn't believe all republicans are racist - just those who voted for the president-elect. president-elect donald trump had a busy weekend-- working on building
he met with two different potential cabinet members. mister trump first met with retired marine general james mattis-- who could be picked for secretary of defense. he also met with mitt romney-- who's being considered for secretary of state. a spokesman for the president elect says more cabinet members could be announced this week. weather mostly clear and cold tonight with temperatures falling through the 20s this evening. we'll drop to around 20 in the city by morning, 15 outside of the city. mostly snn with a high in the middle 30s. clouds roll in tuesday ahead of a storm system that will bring us a few rain showers tuesday night. we will warm into the low 40s tuesday afternoon. tonight: mostly clear and cold. 15 by morning away from the city. low: 20 wind: nw 5-10 mph monday: mostly sunny and cold. high: 36 wind: n 5-10
mph milwaukees district five police department is playing 'dinner host' for families in the riverwest and harambee neighborhood. fox6s jonathon gregg shows us how fast the event has grown in just two years. the sights "are you hungry?" and they have turkey." of a thanksgiving day dinner are a tradition for many... "it's more about getting than getting!" "vegetables!?" thats how the aroma creates so much nostalgia. and why "i look around and i see my childhood and it's just a great feeling. officer edward ciano is flooded with memories. the 19-year veteran with milwaukee police grew up in riverwest neighborhood. 2014 i had no idea i would even
officer ciano and his alma mater messmer high school are hosting a turkey dinner for area families. "twenty years later i've come full circle to come back to where i was a child." last year 300 meals were dished out- this year, 400. and as you can see, a lot of good things go into making this happen. "i am scooping mashed potatoes!" like samantha weber and her fellow culinary classmates from matc. "not only feel good about yourself but it makes you connected to the people." bunzel and her family. "the turkey and potato, stuffing is all there.." and volunteers like bill weber. and the many officers from district five. "right from the get-go they wanted to help." giving up a few hour to do this "we don't know if they are going to have one on thursday. so if we can bring this to them i feel better about things." because when you think about it "it's just been overwhelming." serving others feeds us all.. in milwaukee, jonathon gregg, fox6
road test against washington tonight. i f they're going to snap that 3 game losing streak, the men on defense are going to have to get to the quarterback. tim and pip bring you a pre-game blitz--next in sports. lift off at cape canaveral-- a new satellite is sent into orbit. what it will be doing high above
slide and theli those two teams ride the top of the nfc north with 6 and 4 records. the 4 and 5 packers-loser of 3 in a row- have to visit a hot washington team tonight. tim van vooren rejoins us from fedex field. t..if it isn't "must win", it has to be in the neighborhood! "not only knowing what i'm doing but what everybody else is doing on the defense allows me
we've moved the sports blitz to 11:05 tonight; so tim can get all the post game reaction. cruzer and i will steer the ship here in studio. sports wrap the north pole is setting some records-- and not the good kind. coming up-- we'll explain what kind of records are being set and why scientists say it shouldn't be happening. plus-- president obama's returning from his final foreign trip as president. what he had to say while visiting peru yesterday. at perdue, we take some unexpected extra steps... ...to raise healthy chickens with no antibiotics ever. like putting oregano in their water.
high temperatures.. scientists say it's a balmy 36 degrees warmer than normal over most of the arctic ocean. it's currently polar night -- in which the sun does not rise for most of the arctic. it's supposed to become incredibly cold during this time, causing sea ice to grow and thicken. only that's not happening. the amount of sea ic ocean is at a record low. while it is freezing up -- it's doing so at what may seem like a glacial pace to scientists and global warming observers. "3..2..1... we have liftoff!" the nation's most-advanced weather satellite lifted off from a launch pad in cape canaveral saturday afternoon. nasa launched the one-billion dollar "goes-r" satellite for noaa, the national oceanic and atmospheric administration, with an unmanned
miles above the u-s. it will provide the sharpest and fastest pictures yet in high resolution "3..2..1... we have liftoff!" the nation's most-advanced weather satellite lifted off from a launch pad in cape canaveral saturday afternoon. nasa launched the one-billion dollar "goes-r" satellite for noaa, the national oceanic and atmospheric administration, with an unmanned atlas rocket. the satellite will orbit just over 22- thousand miles above the u-s. it will provide the sharpest and fastest pictures yet in high resolution of hurricanes, tornadoes, and other weather elements. you can watch the launch on our website -- fox six now dot com or your fox six news mobile app.. search toss to weather weather mostly clear and cold tonight with temperatures falling through the 20s this evening. we'll drop to around 20 in the city by morning, 15 outside of the city. mostly
roll in tuesday ahead of a storm system that will bring us a few rain showers tuesday night. we will warm into the low 40s tuesday afternoon. rain is likely on wednesday with a high in the mid-40s. thanksgiving looks dry with highs in the middle 40s. rain/snow showers return friday. 15 by morning away from the city. low: 20 wind: nw 5-10 mph monday: mostly sunny and cold. high: 36 wind: n 5-10 mph tuesday: cloudy and breezy with rain showers at night. am low: 27 high: 43
infants who nurse during their vaccinations may cry less and feel less pain than babies soothed in other ways. researchers looked at data on breast- feeding and infant pain during inoculations - from ten studies involving more than one thousand babies. breast-feeding babies cried for a shorter length of time than those who didn't nurse during vaccinations to be more effective at pain reduction than sugar water, pain creams or sprays at the injection site. electronic cigarettes could be just as harmful to gums and teeth as regular ones. researchers at the university of rochester in new york exposed nonsmokers' gum tissue to e-cig vapors during lab experiments. not only did the vapors cause cells to release inflammatory proteins-- but the flavoring chemicals also damaged cells in the mouth which could lead to a variety of
much and how often someone is smoking e-cigarettes will determine the extent of the damage. president obama kept busy on the last leg of his final foreign trip as president. he met with the president of china yesterday afternoon on the sidelines of the asia-pacific economic summit in peru. it's expected to be the last time the two meet before mister obama leaves office in january. he also addressed a younger crowd at an event in lima -- saying president-elect donald trump's new administration may not be as opposed to some feared. "there are going to be tensions that arise, probably around trade more than anything else, because the president-elect donald trump campaigned on looking at every trade policy and potentially reversing some of those
working, i think they'll actually determine that it's both good for the united states and our trading partners." the president is expected to be back in washington, d-c sometime today. pope francis appoints 17 new cardinals-- many with a background in humanitarian work. two of the new cardinals are from the us. dressed in red robes, the cardinals were honored by the pope with the traditional three cornered hat that symbolizes their commitment to the catholic church. pope francis called for the new cardina to affect the way they think or act. police butting heads with firefighters to answer a very important question. that's right-- who can make the best pizza? we'll tell you who won bragging rights for the next year-- coming up.
first it was gift certificates. then gift cards... now, it's wisconsin lottery's $15 holiday scratch game, unwrap the cash. ironically elf-themed, this festively-fun gift put a bunch of us into early retirement. so on my 400th workaversary, i moved on to greener pastures! see you on the green! okay!
but there could only be one winner when glendale police went head-to-head with the north shore fire department. "the police department of glendale, with 96 points! first place! nats cheering..." annual pizza cook off raises money for each departments' program of choice. the winner's program gets 60 percent of the proceeds-- while the loser gets 40 percent. each department had their pick of 40 ingredients to craft their own special pizza. proceeds from this year's fundraiser will go towards burn camp for kids and "bullet proof vests for canines." follow breaking news 24-7 by
first it was gift certificates. then gift cards... now, it's wisconsin lottery's $15 holiday scratch game, unwrap the cash. ironically elf-themed, this festively-fun gift put a bunch of us into early retirement. old-school gifts can't compete! so on my 400th workaversary, i moved on to greener pastures! see you on the green!
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