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when begin tonight with a tragic crash in racine county. a father and daughter are dead after being hit and killed by a drunk driver. another little girl survived the crash. and this isn't the first time this driver has been caught driving under the influence. fox 6's ashley sears is live in the newsroom with the latest. it is heartbreakin and old farm road around a 4:45 tonight. investigators say two vehicles were traveling east on 4 mile road. a sedan with a father and his two daughters stopped to turn onto old farm road and was rear ended by a truck going very fast. police say the driver of the truck was intoxicated. first responders rushed to the scene. sadly, the 39-year-old father and his
and called it in to dispatch. when our officers got there, they tried to render aid to the little girl and the father. sadly, the little girl was already deceased on the scene. a 6-year-old in the car survived with what police say are minor injuries. the driver was arrested for two counts of intoxicated use of a motor vehicle. we are told this is his second drunk driving offense. live in the newsroom, ashley sears fox 6 news. get ready for a recount! wisconsin election officials are scrambling statewide, after a presidential contender demands each and every vote in the state be re- checked. and it's coming from an unlikely source! the green party. our ben handelman joins us in studio now and ben with three million votes to count -- there's not a lot of time to do it. just two and a half weeks. this has never happened before in
presidential election. dr. jill stein says she has the money to front the bill, has filed the paperwork, and now officials are rushing to prepare for a historical recount. you voted--- they counted. and now, state election officials will count again. an historic recount will take place in wisconsin, all thanks to an unlikely source. green party candidate dr. jill she files the needed paperwork friday. we are not doing this for the benefit of one candidate over the other. were doing this for the benefit of the american public. green party leaders say they have concerns after independent exit polling did not match up with results. that sum of variation could be expected to occur once in every 850 presidential elections. thats what raises the question. we need to take a look at this. election officials are now scrambling. votes must be recounted statewide by december 13th. we are trying to finalize sort of a timetable for the recount process, for starting the
campaign, stein's supporters have raised more than 5 million dollars and counting to foot the bills. there are plans for recounts in michigan and pennsylvania as well. it's not stein but democrat hillary clinton who could benefit. in wisconsin, clinton trails president- elect donald by just over 22,000 votes. director charles franklin says historically recounts do change tallies, but not results. , they have produced very modest shifts. a few votes there and there rather than large shifts. in 2011, a statewide recount of a supreme court race with roughly 1- point-5 million votes shifted the races about 300 votes. never-the-less franklin says if a group has concerns and the money, it may be healthy to reaffirm our faith in our system. in a close
concerned about the outcome, and want to be reassured that the outcome is the way it seems. republicans are bashing this, calling it "absurd and nothing more than an expensive political stunt." this recount will not be easy. in 2011 it took about a month to count about half the amount of votes cast on election day. state election officials have called for a press c monday, with the counting to begin next week. guys. could ?milwaukee county sheriff david clarke be up for a ?position with president-elect donald trump's administration? conservative website-- breitbart news -- says sheriff clarke, who has been a vocal supporter of mister trump, will meet with him monday. the article says officials would not confirm whether mister trump is offering clarke a position. we reached out to sheriff clarke's office for comment. we were
have anything to say. k-t mcfarland will join president-elect donald trump's administration. mister trump's pick for national security adviser, retired lieutenent general michael flynn, tweeted today "so proud and honored to have k-t mcfarland as part of our national security team." mcfarland is a national security analyst, but flynn did not say which specific position she would have in the trump administration. the president elect also announced don serve as assistant to the president and white house counsel. mcgahn served as general counsel for the president elect's campaign -- and as general counsel for the national republican congressional committee. autopsies results for an elderly man and woman from new berlin are underway. both were found with single gunshot wounds earlier this week after police received a bizarre 9-1-1 call. fox6's angelica sanchez spoke with neighbors in the hickory trail neighborhood who are eager to know what happened wednesday
think that could happen. deb svehlek has lived in the tucked away neighborhood of hickory trail for more than 20-years. she now has more questions than answers surrounding the mysterious death of her elderly neighbors a day before thanksgiving. "i think we're still in disbelief i think. we still don't think it happened. it's hard to take in." the investigation into the double shooting started with an odd 911 call the phone did not identify himself but insinuated help was needed. when police arrived the front door to this house was open. a smell of burnt gun powder was in the air. they found a 76-year-old man with a single gunshot wound. he was pronounced dead at the scene. they also found a 71-year-old woman with a single gun shot wound. she lived long enough to be taken to a local hospital where she later died.
" a very happy person. i mean she loved her dogs i think her dogs were her life she says she will always remember the 71-year-old's generosity. "she was very giving..she talked about taking her dog to one of the nursing homes where she had a relative staying.. she said it made them happy... it put a smile on their face." more information was scheduled for release friday afternoon including the victim's names... but now a the release of that information until monday. police have yet to comment if this was a murder/suicide .. but do say they are not looking for suspects nor do they have someone in custody. n the newsroom i'm angelica sanchez fox6news. cloudy skies with areas of drizzle coming to an end this evening. skies will partially clear out overnight with temperatures falling through the 30s. partly sunny and warmer this weekend. highs in the middle 40s saturday, upper 40s on sunday. rain returns late sunday night into monday. the highest chance will be overnight sunday into monday and again monday evening.
morning. it will be a warm start to the week with highs in the 50s. tonight: drizzle ending. partial clearing overnight. low: 31 wind: wnw 5 mph saturday: partly sunny. high: 46 wind: sw 5-10 mph sunday: partly sunny. chance for rain at night. am low: 33 high: 49 wind: se 5-15 mph monday: rain likely. windy and warmer. am low: 44 high: 53 wind: se 15-25 mph weather anywhere -- just wind: se 15-25 mph you can stay ahead of the weather anywhere -- just download the fox 6 storm center app. it's free for apple and android devices. stores across the area were busy today. black friday kicks off the start to the holiday shopping season. southridge mall saw a flood of
the morning. customers searched for the best deals, while crossing off gifts on their christmas lists. one store that stayed busy today was callister's christmas. it specializes in ornaments. 18:52 its been really busy so far. we offer all kinds of ornaments, we personalize them. so, this is kind of getting us ready into the season. you still have plenty of time to do your shopping. southridge mall has extended holiday hours leading up to christmas. seemingly earlier and earlier -- it can be hard to follow all the deals. fox6s carl deffenbaugh has our black friday report, as customers sought out those big savings. while most people were still asleep, still peacefully digesting their turkey and stuffing, some caffeinated customers -- 'energy drinks, just energy drinks.' -- were already in search of the hot deals. 'i actually just bought a
whether they took some convincing -- 'i used to hate this, absolutely.' -- or have done this for years -- 'its become a pretty big event for us. we grab the ads the night before, we scout out our things.' 'i didnt have any daughters, and mikes always been my sidekick.' -- black friday is a ritual for many families, the big kickoff to the holiday shopping season. 'i like it because its a family tradition. we kind of get out, spend a little time together.' 'it gives me that time where the kids can stay at home and sleep, and i can shop.' a more recent trend has been stores like best buy, toys 'r' their doors on thanksgiving evening. and thats made it harder to get those high-demand items on the traditional black friday morning. 'they do everything wednesday, thursday night. so friday morning is kind of iffy, you have to really look.' 'its changed a lot where you can actually get a parking space fairly close now. and the lines arent out the doors anymore.' but whenever they go, the goal for these customers remains the same. 'im just trying to give them the best christmas as possible.'
the rear-view mirror, it's time to look forward to cyber monday. visit fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app -- and search "cyber monday" to tips for getting the most out of your shopping online. not everyone black friday shopping was after electronics and toys. some black friday shoppers... wanted beer. the special milwaukee brew.... that brought them out bright and early. why they say it's well worth the at this walgreens... a couple of people said " forget black friday deals" -- the stuff should be free. the robbery -- and how much they got away with. and -- a teenager.... busted inside this building. the damage he could be paying for... for years to come. those stories in the next 9 minutes. break
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this week ... wow ... carries quite the wow factor. wow! friday, she stands outside her home, just across the street from sheboygans cargill facility, where two, alleged crimes, in three days, are cause for some concern, amongst her neighbors. thats not a place for anybody, if you dont know whats goin on. whats goin on, according to sheboygan police, culminates wednesday night, around 9-30, when alarm at cargill malt, arriving to spot a suspect as he runs from a warehouse--before he disappears, behind a building. theres a lotta places to hide, but its pretty dangerous. after searching the facility, for several hours, police find a 13-year-old boy who, they claim, did some damage while on the property, but, not, nearly, as much as he, and two, other 13 year old boys, allegedly, did, sunday night. its out of the ordinary, by
damaged numerous doors, windows, vehicles and products in a warehouse during the overnight hours. employees, arriving for work, around 5 o-clock, monday morning, discovered the destruction. thats a lot. maybe they wanted to make their own beer ... sheboygan police say, while they do not have a damage estimate for wednesday night's alleged crimes, sunday's damage estimate could be in the 10s of thousands of dollars. we'll be certain to keep tabs, and provide any new developments, as they becomes available to us. for now, this is the latest, in sheboygan. i'm justin williams, fox 6 news. officer at the waupun correctional institution was taken to a hospital after being attacked yesterday by an inmate. the dodge county sheriff's office says it happened around 7 p-m -- but details of the incident are still unclear. officials say the injured officer was transported to a hospital -- their current condition is unknown. milwaukee police are looking for two suspects who tried to rob a walgreens store. it happened this morning at the 27th and national location. two suspects entered the store --
police tell us they didn't get any money from the register... but it's not clear whether any customers were targeted. in new jersey.... one person is dead after a shooting outside a mall in south jersey. it happened early this morning at hamilton mall near macy's department store. the mall was scheduled to open at 6-a-m for black friday shoppers. police have not yet announced any arrests. meanwhile -- nevada police looking for a shooter involved in a deadly road rage incident near a walmart. this was in parking spot led to the fatal shots being fired. the suspect fled the scene after the shooting...and police continue to search for him. the walmart near where the shooting happened remained open for black friday shoppers. activists took over a busy chicago shopping district on this black friday. people took to the streets on the city's magnificent mile to protest the rise in homicides and the city's handling of police shootings. among the marchers were local activists... members of the chicago teachers union... black lives
this was the second consecutive year of demonstrations in the shopping district. last year black friday sales on the magnificent mile were 25 to 50- percent below projections. its a black friday tradition that has 'milwaukee' written all over it... hundreds of people...in line for a special...one day only...black friday beer. deandra corinthios was at lakefront brewery for all the excitement. right after thanksgiving dinner...a line forms outside lakefront breer arrived at 9 pm. the doors don't open until 8 am! "we all have something in common its about beer and we share beer and we just talk about beer and it is just a great time" the line stretches all the way around the brewery...into an adjacent parking lot...and wraps back around to commerce street. they're thirsty for a limited edition imperial stout aged 10 months in bourbon barrels. lakefront brewed four thousand bottles. " to be able to come out and get it right when it is the freshest
then it is finally time ...to head inside. and the reward...is oh so good. "it was exhilarating because i went from being very cold to very warm inside" "it is not like miller lite where you think ok thats beer this is.. i think it is truly and art" "there is a limited amount of beer available per person. you can get a pack of three bottles and it comes with a special black friday souvenir glass, otherwise you can get the beer on tap" the brew is 11.4 percent alcohol it tastes like ...bourbon....vanilla... do everything we possibly can do put all the different flavors into one bottle" and it just keeps getting better with age "you can set it down for about five or six years or ten years" a beer considered a collector's item for some..,and this event...a friend and family tradition. in milwaukee deandra corinthios fox6 news.
ac this year...they sold out of bottles at 11-40 a-m. it was a battle in the courts and it led to one harley dealership's temporary closure but now, just in time for the gift-giving season, it is back open for business. and there's a twist! the new additions you can check out. plus, so many of us grew to love her welcoming her into our homes over the years. a look back at the life and career of florence
keep expanding. the number of stores has doubled in the last three years -- and the chain recently signed new deals to add 41 toppers locations. more milwaukee pizza news... domino's is opening a new location on milwaukee's northwest side near sherman and north... it'll go in the mixed-use building that also houses the "boulevard commons" apartment development. the new restaurant will employ 25 people. for more information on this and other stories in the business journal, we have link to their site on ours, fox6now.com. drizzle coming to an end this evening. skies will partially clear out overnight with temperatures falling through the 30s. partly sunny and warmer this weekend. highs in the middle 40s saturday, upper 40s on sunday. rain returns late sunday night into monday. the highest chance
again monday evening. rain will taper off tuesday morning. it will be a warm start to the week with highs in the 50s. tonight: drizzle ending. partial clearing overnight. low: 31 wind: wnw 5 mph saturday: partly sunny. high: 46 wind: sw 5-10 mph sunday: partly sunny. chance for rain at night. am low: 33 high: 49 wind: se 5-15 mph still ahead -- celebrating the reopening of the milwaukee harley davidson. doors closed down last month after a change of ownership. a look at all of the new stuff -- that harley fans will love. and one local high school footba direct result of the people around the program. coming up,
milwaukee harley davidson is back open... the dealership on silver spring temporarily closed its doors last month amid a change in ownership. fox6s madeline anderson spoke with the new owners... and long-time re-opening event this afternoon. whether they're stopping in out of curiosity or convenience... i dont live too far from here. so its nice to have it open where i can bring my bike or buy parts here. milwaukee harley davidson customers are getting their first look at the dealership under its new owners. im looking forward to seeing how they change things. the chicago- based company "windy city
year-long legal battle with the previous owner. in a lawsuit... windy city alleged it was unable to close on the deal back then because the owner hadn't disclosed financial records. parent company harley davidson motor company shut the place down temporarily on october 20th while the court's decision was in limbo. all that stuff is behind us now. its all been dropped. justin johnson says the focus now is bringing the business up to speed with where it should be for harley riders. it doesnt do anybody good with it being dr work to do. general manager goran zadrina says he will honor agreements that were in place prior to him taking over... like the v-i-p maintenance program customers paid for in advance. everything else... zadrima says will be new. among the changes... a bigger selection of inventory... a riding academy and rental bikes. honestly this place is going to go very very far. windy city says while some of the employees under the previous owners have remained on staff... the general manager is looking to hire several new
the waukesha west high school football team has been successful for a long time. the fabric of that success is rooted in relationships. tom pipines goes beyond the game. hsfb 10/28 watertown at waukesha west 20:42:03 we love having our family out here on friday nights. this is just what we do on fall fridays. we come out and we watch football, and we play waukesha west football team is a family. within that family, you have the the macudden family. there's tony, a wolverines assistant coach..and his 4 sons! 20:42:13 it started a long time ago with my son anthony, kevin, thomas and peter; we've just had such a great experience here at waukesha west. kevin, and thomas played at west. peter, just a junior, is a star running back and linebacker anthony, the oldest, wore the "original" number 22 when he played youth football. the
something. your brothers follow suit. started with kev. ends with pete. ya know tommy was right there with him. i'm just proud. 20:43:42 kevin maccudden went on to play college ball at uw oshkosh; he'll be returning to his alma mater to join his dad on the waukesha west staff. 20:44:05 i love this place. i had such a good experience here. coach rux. the entire west family. they really kind of embraced our whole family. that's what they do here at west. 20:44:12 and the maccudden family embraces one another..they're tight. 20:43:47 tight's an understatement. sporting events. this is where i'm supposed to be. it's where i want to be. it's what it's all about 20:43:56 the older brothers are proud of peter. even with a year of high school left, he's being looked at by the badgers and northwestern. 20:44:36 everything i know i try to pass on. anthony's helped me, peter. he's been to so many of our events, it's crazy how much he's learned from all of us, and he's exceeded all of us, i think. he has, huh. he has. he may not be the best looking, but i think that's up to debate.
i'm probably the most proud. because i got to play with him in 8th grade. he was suiting up, playing at a young age. i take most of the credit for all his success. ha ha like kevin said. he makes us proud. he's surpassing us and that's what we want. we couldn't be more happy for him 20:45:18 20:45:25 they set it all up for me. i can't thank them enough. kevin hit it right on the head. i went to all their sporting events. i learned everything i could from them. and i couldn't be more thankful for them showing up to my stuff and helping me out as much as they can. being an inspiration to me and helping me along my journey 20:45:40 20:45:59 it's really exciting to see my dad there on starts. knowing how much he loves me. i just can't thank him enough for that, and i know he's always going to be there for me., 20:46:10 20:43:11 'm just proud of them. i'm proud of them being part of a bigger group than just themselves. they don't play for themselves; they don't play for this family. they play for that school waukesha west, and that's what we're proud of. the wolverine...the wolverines family; that's us 20:43:22 for the maccudden clan--it all starts and end with the mom. #1 20:47:19 watching all my boys on the
week. and the special moments i see them have together . and with their teammates is just amazing. god's blessed us abundantly and we are just so grateful, and just want to share all the love and support that everybody has here. 20:47:36 tp; fss coming up after the break -- remembering "florence henderson." she played carol brady on the brady bunch..and passed away last night. a look back at her accomplishments. deaths left in his wake -- that makes this man wisconsin's most wanted. get ready for a warm up this weekend. i'll show you how warm it's about to get coming up in your fox6 forecast. break the woman known for playing the
the woman known for playing the nation's favorite television mom has passed away. florence henderson -- who played carol brady on "the brady bunch" -- died of heart failure last night at 82-years- old. stephanie elam has more. that lovely lady is florence henderson, who played america's favorite mom - carol brady - on the 19-70's hit t-v sitcom, the brady bunch. but her real story wasn't so ideal. born in 19-34 in dale, indiana, henderson grew up poor, with an alcoholic father and a mother who left when she was just 12-years old. henderson used her singing talent to entertain the family and help make ends meet. florence henderson / no
singing. and i would sing and pass the hat. and i would sing for groceries."natsot: oklahoma her big break came in 1951 when she landed a starring role in rodgers and hammerstein's "oklahoma." the singer-turned-actor then took her talents to t-v. in 19-59 she was on set as n-b-c's "today girl" and she became the first woman to guest host the tonight show in 19- 62. then in 1969 - henderson became carol brady. florence henderson / no f : "i created the kind of mother that i wished i'd had, and i think everyone longs for. i get so much fan mail from all over the world. everybody wants a hug from me and i hug everybody. i get so much affection."henderso n continued to act and sing on t-v for decades after the brady bunch. she even cha-cha'd her way into our living rooms in 20-10 on dancing with the stars. natsot: "dancing with the
her first husband, ira bernstein. she met her second husband, hypnotherapist john kappas, while undergoing treatment for stage fright and a fear of flying. florence henderson : "people used to kid john and say, you hypnotized her!"the treatment worked so well, henderson became a certified hypnotherapist herself. henderson became a patient of a different kind when at the height of her career - she started to lose her hearing. florence henderson / no font : "you can't imagine for someone who makes living through music, when you all of the sudden do it is the most terrifying feeling in the world."doctors discovered she had an ear disease... but after multiple surgeries, henderson's hearing was restored . florence henderson : "i have stainless steel and teflon in both of my ears, i can cook in both ears nothing sticks to them!"henderson seemed to always look on the bright side. florence henderson / no font : "here's the way i feel about it larry, if you're not having fun, you shouldn't be there."larry king: "say good night florence." florence henderson / no font : "good night florence, oh! smiles good night, good night
coming up with a look at your holiday forecast. plus -- a one hundred mile journey -- from milwaukee to chicago. it will likely take more than 30 hours to complete. what inspired these people to tackle the challenge. and surveillance footage captures robbers breaking into a popeyes. how the store worker fought
right no, runners stepping out to take down a-l-s. they're running from milwaukee all the way to chicago. the 100-mile milwaukee to chicago run honors a long distance runner from chicago named alfredo who died last november from a-l-s. this morning the group of runners started their trek from milwaukee's amtrak station. the run will likely take more than 30 hours to complete. runners today raised money to help the les turner a-l-s foundation
weather cloudy skies with areas of drizzle coming to an end this evening. skies will partially clear out overnight with temperatures falling through the 30s. partly sunny and warmer this weekend. highs in the middle 40s saturday, upper 40s on sunday. rain returns late sunday night into monday. the highest chance will be runners stepping out to take down a-l-s. they're running from milwaukee all the way to chicago. the 100-mile milwaukee to chicago run honors a long distance runner from chicago named alfredo who died last november from a-l-s. this morning the group of runners started their trek from milwaukee's amtrak station. the run will likely take more than 30 hours to complete. runners today raised money to help the les turner a-l-s foundation in chicago. adlib to weather weather cloudy skies with areas of drizzle coming to an end this evening. skies will partially clear out overnight with temperatures falling through the 30s. partly sunny and warmer this weekend. highs in the middle 40s saturday, upper 40s on sunday. rain returns late sunday night into monday. the highest chance will be overnight sunday into monday
morning. it will be a warm start to the week with highs in the 50s. tonight: drizzle ending. partial clearing overnight. low: 31 wind: wnw 5 mph saturday: partly sunny. high: 46 wind: sw 5-10 mph sunday: partly sunny. chance for rain at night. am low: 33 high: 49 wind: se 5-15 mph monday: rain likely. windy and warmer. am low: 44 high: 53 wind: se 15-25 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy with a chance for morning rain showers. am low: 45 high: 53 wind: sw 5-15 mph wednesday:mostly cloudy and cooler. am low: 36 high: 43 wind: sw 5-15 mph thursday: mostly cloudy and cool. am low: 30 high: 39
against the bank over its fake account scandal...but wells fargo is trying to kill the suit. the bank asked the u-s district court in utah on wednesday... to force dozens of those customers to resolve their claims in closed-door arbitration instead of open court. wells fargo argues that customers sign an agreement requiring them to enter arbitration. the bank is being sued for opening as many as 2-million unauthorized accounts to help meet sales goals. wells fargo has since apologized for the wrongdoing. to a 35- year low-- factors could include the aging of the u-s population, changing gender roles or the simple fact that not many people are getting married. some americans are foregoing marriage to stay single and live alone, or to co- habitate with their partners without tying the knot. utah has the highest marriage rate in the u-s, but its divorce rate is not the highest. surveillance video captures a popeyes employee fighting back against an
popeye's chicken restaurant in maplewood on november 17th... shortly after two employees left to take trash to a dumpster. the man grabbed an employee from behind... held a gun to the employee's head, and demanded that the safe be opened. the employee fought off the man... but was pistol whipped by the robber. the suspect escaped using the back door. the fight against isis is not slowing d with fierce fighting reported in both iraq and syria. the fighting also claimed the life of a u-s service member yesterday. benjamin hall has more from london. the u-s-backed anti-isis coalition, taking the fight to the enemy in raqqa and mosul... fierce fighting reported around both cities in recent days - with a u-s service member killed by an isis bomb in syria on thanksgiving just north of the terror group's self-
for thoughts and prayers for the service member's family and teammates.... calling it, quote, "a painful reminder of the dangers our men and women in uniform face around the world to keep us safe. " in mosul, iraqi troops are consolidating gains in the eastern districts... and moving into the most heavily- populated areas of the city. the offensive now proceeding slowly - as troops encounter more civilians being used as human shields. abdulla says: translated "we came by foot. now local police will come to take us back to ou flee isis started to shoot at us randomly." meanwhile, south of baghdad... natpop isis attacking shi'ite pilgrims with a massive car bomb - killing more than 70 people and wounding hundreds of others. witnesses who survived the attack are describing it as sudden - and brutal. mos says: translated "i was asleep, suddenly everything blew up. our car didn't explode, but the blast wave shattered all the windows."hayder says: translated "there was thick black smoke and several cars were burnt. people
nothing to do with." on cam tag iraqi officials say they're expecting more suicide attacks in the coming weeks as the offensives to retake mosul and raqqa put pressure on the terror group to carry out smaller attacks. in london, benjamin hall, fox news. a train collision in norther iraq killed at least 44 people. more than one-hundred were injured. it happened when a moving passenger train hit a parked train at a station about 150 miles east of the capital of tehran. four cars derailed.... two others caught the remote location have made rescue efforts difficult. an investigation is now underway to figure out what went wrong. protesters fighting the dakota access pipeline -- not taking a holiday. hundreds of demonstrators faced off with law enforcement in north dakota on thanksgiving day. police have accused some protesters of wearing body armor.. earlier this week -- one protesters nearly lost her arm when demonstrators clashed with police. protesters say police threw a concussion grenade near her, but police deny that. they say it may have
a missing california mother is found safe nearly three weeks after going missing... 34-year-old sherri papini vanished while jogging in northern california... according to the shasta county sheriff's department -- papini was found "out of the area" and has been reunited with her husband. authorities say she was able to free herself of restraints and flag down a passing driver. investigators are now looking for the people responsible. a federal judge rules dylann roof is competent to stand trial. shooting deaths of nine people at a church in charleston, south carolina. if convicted -- he could face the death penalty. jury selection in the federal trial is scheduled to resume on monday. a 31-year-old man is now charged with murder in the fatal shooting of a college police officer in detroit. deangelo davis is accused of shooting collin rose in the head when the wayne state university officer tried to arrest him tuesday. davis was charged today with first-
police officer -- and gun-related crimes. a police involved shooting in chicago leaves a 19-year old dead -- the man's family says the shooting is unjustified. authorities say officers were responding to a call when they approached two men at a bus stop near the scene -- they say the men started running in different directions. investigators say a police sergeant shot and killed the 19-year-old victim after he pointed a gun at him during the chase. so far, authorities haven't recovered a weapon and family members say the victim didn't own a gun. i wearing a body camera, and investigators say they are missing some information in the timeline of events. he's wanted by police, u.s. marshals and now.. the fbi. thats because detectives say this fugitive ended an argument with a gun, killing two people fox6's jonathon reports, authorities need your help bringing a killer to justice. it's this week's wisconsin's most wanted. on a warm july day.... "middle
families were swept away by grief. "july 17th of this year at 12:25 in the afternoon. detectives say an argument began, between a group of men. "seven or eight individuals." fighting over, who only knows. eventually gunfire broke through the summer wind, "one of th suspect shoot one of the victims five times." when it seemed, words were not enough. detectives say 24-year-old terry strickland was later identified by several witnesses as the shooter, the man police say is responsible for fatally wounding two men, near 26th and hopkins. " it's daylight, there's a lot of people out on the street at this time." the victims were maurice
the moments following the shootout- family and friends flooded the street, strickland avoided capture. "we do believe him to be local or maybe in the chicago area." detectives say terry strickland has spent the rest of the summer in hiding. a man who detectives say has the lowest opinion of life, "unfortunately there has been some cases where people have taken the law into their own hands." a man capable of sweeping violence -- "and thry to solve their own problems with the use of a firearm." can not be allowed to move among us freely. jonathon gregg fox6 news. terry strickland six-foot-2 and weights 240 pounds. he has dark hair and brown eyes. strickland is wanted on two counts of homicide. police believe he's hiding out in milwaukee, but possibly chicago. if you have any information on his whereabouts call police at 414-935- 7360. toss to ten 10p open we begin tonight at ten -- with breaking news out of racine
caledonia tonight. a father and his child are killed in a crash... allegedly caused by a drunk driver. ashley sears is in the newsroom with the latest. ashley? police tell us 39-year-old kevin dalley and his daughter 9-year-old emily dalley died in the crash. dalley's 6-year-old daughter survived. it happened at 4 mile road and old farm road around 4:45 tonight. investigators say two vehicles were traveling east on 4 mile road. a sedan with a father and two daut road and was rear ended by a truck going very fast. police say the driver of the truck was intoxicated. first responders rushed to the scene to help. sadly, the father and daughter did not survive. theres nothing that will put this familys lives back together. its the holiday season. their holidays will never be the same, all because some guy has to go out and drink and
with what police say are minor injuries. the driver of the truck was arrested for two counts of homicide by intoxicated use of a motor vehicle. we are told this is his second o-w-i. live in the newsroom, ashley sears fox 6 news. steph thanks ashley it's official. the first ever statewide recount of a presidential election in wisconsin will start next week. election officials now have just weeks, to re-check nearly 3-million votes. with one officials who says this could be good for the state. it will be costly-- over a million bucks by one estimate. time consuming--- there are worries the deadline can not be reached. but the wisconsin green party says it is necessary and ready to pay for it. after an election season where even the president-elect called the system rigged--- one expert says a wisconsin recount may be beneficial. get ready for a recount! we are not doing this for the benefit of one candidate over the other. were doing this for