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t-v mom... dead at 82. a look back at florence henderson's legacy... coming up. plus - black friday's officially in full swing. a look at some of the best deals you can get... straight ahead. good morning and welcome to wakeup! rob's weather today: cloudy with a few rain and snow showers. high: 42 wind: wnw 5-10 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. low: 32 wind: wnw 3-7
traffic check red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays breaking news this morning: brady bunch star florence henderson has died. kim joins us live in the newsroom with more. florence henderson... who played one of t-v's most beloved moms... "carol brady" on the brady
from heart failure... and was surrounded by family and friends at a hospital in los angeles. henderson is survived by her children... and five grandchildren. this news has all of us talking... join the conversation on the fox6 news facebook page or fox6 now dot com. share your favorite brady moment -- or something you took from that iconic 70s shows. also breaking overnight - a road rage incident near a nevada walmart ends with one dead.... and a shooter on officials say they think a fight over a parking spot led to the fatal shooting. police are now searching for the shooter. the walmart near where the shooting occurred remained open for black friday shoppers. back here in wisconsin - no trouble to report overnight for black friday shoppers. this is the busiest shopping weekend of the year for the country... and milwaukee's no exception. our carl deffenbaugh joins now
friday shopping...and a milwaukee tradition hundreds lining up at lakefront brewery...for a limited edition brew! deandra corinthios is live with more. a wisco twist on black friday shopping... lakefront sells limited edition black friday beer one day only. this will be the 6th year in a row and each year the lines are
black friday deals -- just head to fox 6 now dot com or the fox 6 news app. its featured right on our home page. coming up - a thanksgiving football tradition turns into a devastating tragedy... as a shooting spree leaves two dead and others injured. and the dakota access pipeline protests... still going strong on thanksgiving. how many arrests were made... straight ahead.
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across america a thanksgiving tradition... takes a devastating turn - as six people are shot... two of those fatally. plus - hundreds of prote demonstrating against the dakota pipeline on this national holiday. angelica's in studio with the very latest. we'll start in louisville... where the shootings took place 200 yards away from the annual juice bowl football game... which was attended by the city's mayor, greg fischer. the youth games had just ended... and two women's teams were in the middle of a game when multiple shots were fired... sending people scattering. two people died... and four otehrs were hurt. bystanders captured the shooting on social media -- and on one
the gunmen got away -- police are calling on anyone with info to come forward. meanwhile... police say dakota pipeline protesters drove around bismarck yesterday disrupting traffic. multiple cars were stopped by police... with protesters pushing back. they say the response from law enforcement to protests earlier this week was unjustified. roughly 300 protesters also demonstrated in mandan... a city that's less than an hour's drive from the standing rock protest site. at least one person was arrested yesterday - with the total arrests since as the nation's top leaders call for unity this holiday season... a big question has many divided: who won the election? details on a badger state recount in the works - straight ahead. plus: nats cheering shoppers... rushing the doors at the flagship macy's in new york city... as black friday shopping gets underway all across the country. stay with fox6 all morning long... for a look at the
a recount of the pri edging closer to becoming a reality. green party candidate jill stein announced thanksgiving morning that her party has raised enough money to cover the cost of a recount in the badger state. so what will that mean going forward? kim's in studio with the latest. as it stands, president-elect donald trump received roughly 27-thousand more votes than hillary clinton in wisconsin. the green party says it's acting on the advice of some computer scientists who say they're bothered by clinton performing worse in counties with electronic voting instead of paper ballots. but one local official who opposes a recount
llocal officials have to manage these and even if we get some small payment from the state elections commission to cover the labor cost, theres an opportunity cost. this is what democracy looks like, this is us finding out and knowing we can trust our vote. the deadline to file a petition for a recount in wisconsin is today. the last statewide recount here was in 2011 for a supreme court election. anchors h rob's weather forecast from fox6 chief meteorologist rob haswell a few rain and snow showers from the departing low today before high pressure moves over the region
temperatures will be near seasonal today in the low 40s but we start warming a bit in the longer range. temperatures will get into the upper 40s by sunday and hit the low 50s by returns during that time. we should cool down and dry up a bit for wednesday. today: cloudy with a few rain and snow showers.
tonight: mostly cloudy. low: 32 wind: wnw 3-7 mph saturday: partly sunny. high: 44 wind: s 5-10 mph sunday: partly sunny. chance for rain at night. high: 48 wind: se 5-15 mph monday: rain likely. breezy and warmer. am low: 42 high: 50 wind: s 10-20 mph tuesday: cloudy with a chance for rain showers. am low: 45 high: 50 wind: nw 5-15 mph
than one-thousand people in galveston, texas. volunteers also packed up some meals and delivered them to more than 200 people . the pit is 76-feet long, and can cook up to four tons of meat at a time. meanwhile... newborns at a missouri hospital are getting the holiday treatment. it's a tradition at saint luke's hospital in saint louis to dress the infants up as turkeys and other thanksgiving- themed costumes. hospital buntings throughout the year to help families celebrate major holidays. coming up - a brew city tradition: the black friday brew - we're talking to people waiting outside lakefront for the one-day-only special. and in chicago... black friday is underway... as protesters call for a march on the magnificent mile later today. we're following that - as well
you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. breaking overnight - a beloved t-v mom... dead at 82. henderson's "brady bunch" are remembering her this morning. and it's black friday. from the large lines... to the biggest steals... we're breaking down what you need to know when you head out the door this morning. anchors adlib welcome back
brady bunch star florence henderson has died at the age of 82. nicole joins us live in the newsroom with more. florence henderson died yesterday... after suffering heart failure. she played one of t-v's most beloved moms... "carol brady" on the brady bunch... after getting her start starring on broadway. henderson's manager says she was surrounded by family and friends at a hospital in los angeles when she died. maureen mccormick... who played her daughter marcia... tweeted this picture earlier this morning... saying "you are in my heart forev henderson is survived by her children... and five grandchildren. this news has all of us talking... join the conversation on the fox6 news facebook page or fox6 now dot com. share your favorite brady moment -- or something you took from that iconic 70s shows. there is a thirsty crowd outside lakefront brewery this morning...and some of them have been lined up for hours.
friday brew! deandra corinthios is live there with more. a wisco twist on black friday shopping... lakefront sells limited edition black friday beer one day only. this will be the 6th year in a row and each year the lines are longer! people start lining up around midnight. brewery opens their doors at 8
you can buy a five-day pass for 50 dollars - half the normal price. that deal's good through monday. we've got a link to that deal on our website... and for a full guide to all the black friday deals -- just head to fox 6 now dot com or the fox 6 news app. its featured right on our home page. a well known resident of the riverwest community... now recovering from a shooting in his neighborhood. angelica's in studio... with a look at how friends are helping him recover. raised 14-thousand dollars to help as he recovers. a go fund me page says schuster was randomly shot near pierce and center. police reports state the victim has hit in the back tuesday evening then transported to froedtert hospital. schuster was involved with the public house cooperative in riverwest. yesterday -- friends were giving back... "49:48 im donating to a good cause. ask me what it is. its just for seths recovery 49:51" the go fund me page says
condition this morning. police have no suspects at this time. straight ahead - new developments... after a police officer is shot and killed in the line of duty in detroit. two dead... several others hurt.... as a thanksgiving tradition takes a terrifying turn. and happening now - calls for boycotts in wauwatosa... on the busiest shopping day of the year. why protesters are targeting one of the area's largest malls. ....our weather expert rob
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, see you on the green! okay!
interrupted by a deadly shooting spree. angelica's following that story and more from across america. the shootings took place 200 yards away from the annual juice bowl football game... the youth games had just ended... and two women's teams were in the middle of a game when multiple shots were fired... sending people scattering. two people died... and four otehrs were hurt. bystanders captured the shooting on social media -- and on one facebook live video at least 19 the gunmen got away -- police are calling on anyone with info to come forward. in detroit... a charging decision is expected today... after a wayne state university officer was fatally shot earlier this week. 29-year-old officer collin rose was shot in the head while on patrol tuesday night... and died a day later. he had been investigating g-p-s thefts from cars near the campus... and radioed that he was going to speak to someone on a bicycle. by the time other officers arrived...
few blocks from where rose died. as the holiday shopping season gets underway... two different groups are calling for a boycott of stores. in wauwatosa, the family of jay anderson is asking people to boycott any business in the city, especially at places like mayfair mall. anderson was killed 5 months ago by a wauwatosa police officer. a charging decision has not yet been made. anderson's family is hoping by putting pressure on businesses, they will then put pressure on the city to release in chicago... protesters plan to march on the magnificent mile today... they say they will be drawing attention to gun violence, racism, and police brutality. ? big fan of black friday shopping? it's a popular day to get deals on all sorts of things, especially electronics. but contact 6's jenna sachs explains why it might not be the best time to shop for a tv. consumer reports says black friday bargains have changed in recent years. "probably the biggest
weve seen is just that its no longer about black friday the day... and its black friday, the week, the month. we see deals, creeping up earlier and earlier every year." unfortunately, this shift in black friday shopping hasnt been all good. "one of the downsides to black friday shopping is that for a lot of consumers, its a lot more work than it used to be. you used to just look in a circular on sunday and go out and pick the store you want to get to. because of all the online activity now, you really have to monitor all the different websites." because something is advertised as a black friday bargain that its the lowest price you can find. for example, consumer reports says there are sometimes better deals on tvs, like shopping closer to christmas, or waiting a few weeks for super bowl sales. "a lot of it is based on inventory levels. so if retailers and manufacturers dont sell a lot of tvs during the year they may have the buildup in inventory." but to really find the lowest prices on tvs, plan to buy at the end of february or the beginning of
last years models at rock-bottom prices to make room for the newest sets on the market. some tvs to keep an eye on in the coming months include these 4k models from samsung, lg and sharp. i'm jenna sachs contact 6. 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 6 page at fox-6-now-dot-com. happening today: a one-of-a-kind christmas tree from wisconsin... will be obama. the balsam fir comes from the whispering pines tree farm in oconto. the nearly 20-foot tree was chopped down earlier this month... it will be on display in the white house blue room. also today... wisconsin's largest outdoor drive-thru lights display opens for its 21st year. more than one million holiday lights will be strung up for "country christmas" in waukesha. it costs 15 to 20 dollars for a carload to go on the mile-long trail... which winds through the woods. "country lights" runs
the 31st from 5 to 10 each night. and the candy cane lane kickoff is tonight at 6:00. this will be the 31st year that the west allis neighborhood has lit up to raise money for the macc fund... fighting childhood cancer. the event is free... and runs through friday, december 26th. visitors can make a macc donation fund at the candy cane lane... or donate online. the lights display runs from oklahoma to montana avenues... and 92nd to 96th streets. anchors chat and toss to rob rob's weather forecast from fox6 chief meteorologist rob haswell a few rain and snow showers from the departing low today before high pressure moves over the region to calm things down this weekend. temperatures will be near seasonal today in the low 40s but we start warming a bit in the longer range. temperatures will get into the upper 40s by sunday and hit the low 50s by monday and tuesday. rain also returns during that time. we should cool down and dry up a bit for wednesday. today: cloudy with a few rain and snow showers. high: 42 wind: wnw 5-10 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. low: 32 wind: wnw 3-7 mph saturday: partly sunny. high: 44 wind: s 5-10 mph sunday: partly sunny.
high: 42 wind: wsw 5-10 mph football is one of the many traditions in american culture that is associated with thanksgiving day. virtually every level of football.. from high school to college and the nfl plays football on thanksgiving day - or the day after. and as julie collins shows us even the a action with the holiday tradition of the turkey bowl. at klode park in whitefish bay - theres a lot of football going on. but its this crowd that claims theyve been here the longest.... 'about 1946...i remember it as 39 jerry...39? yeah you were playing in grade school. ok, thats my memory now, a little faulty.' and thats jerry
players. 'its something that we always got to come out for so we just do it; its like getting up in the morning.' he and 4 other friends started this tradition when they were 13 years old - jerry turns 90 next week. 'here we go. 2.' and hes still playing the game! 'no reason to stop.' while all of the other original members have since passed - the field remains full with kids and grandkids. 'its fantastic, its what family is all about so we love it.' terry original players - he continues to play now with his kids...in his fathers honor. 'oh absolutely, its a great family tradition.' theres no real structure - or score keeping - its just for fun. 'its just a family affair and oh, oh theres a son of mine he just arrived!' that will get carried on through the youngest generation. 'nice going charlie!' 'and once the game is over all the families go on to
reporting in white fish bay, julie collins. fox 6 news.' black friday shopping underway this morning. many shoppers up and early cashing in on big deals! our carl deffenbaugh joins now from toys r us in milwaukee this morning. good morning. carl is live at the toys r us at 3900 s. 27th st. in milwaukee for black friday. stores remain open through 11:00pm on friday,
milwaukee yesterday... for the annual drumstick dash at miller park. the 5-k run-walk benefits "feeding america eastern wisconsin". for every dollar donated -- feeding america can provide three meals to people right here in our area. organizers say the event is all about having a good time. "this is about as fun of a race as it gets. i'm sure you're gonna see people in costumes. you'll see somebody wearing a kitchen table and turkey hats and it's really a fun time the youngest participant this year was less than one year old... while the nats band playing the greendale marching band showing off their skills.
new york to watch the show in person. the greendale band retweeted this post from patrick schuster...showing everyone having fun after the parade. because you matter lambeau field... transforming into a massive dining room for thousands on thanksgiving. it's the 14th year the christian outreach ecumenical thanksgiving dinner was held at the home of the packers. outreach hosted the massive one-hour meal. the dinner was free but reservations were needed. it took some 400 volunteers to pull off the dinner. now at 7-- she was known as
now at 7-- she was known as everyone's mom in the seventies... how many are remembering florence henderson this morning. plus.. the stores are open as shoppers look to get the best deals for their holidays gifts... what you can expect if you're heading out to the store this morning. good morning and welcome back to wakeup! time now x:xx showers from the departing low today before high pressure moves over the region to calm things down this weekend. temperatures will be near seasonal today in the low 40s but we start warming a bit in the longer range. temperatures will get into the upper 40s by sunday and hit the low 50s by monday and tuesday. rain also returns during that time. we should cool down and dry up a bit for wednesday. today: cloudy with a few rain and snow showers. high: 42 wind: wnw 5-10 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. low:
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