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estimated in the thousands. the very latest details - straight ahead in a live report. "15:29 its in the heart of campus and its kind of concerning a little more that it happened here where were all walking around late at night 15:35" concerning a little more that it happened here where were all walking around late at night 15:35" and happening now - the search for a robbery suspect... right near marquette campus. what we know about the man on camera... good morning and welcome to wakeup! rob's weather a over well to our northeast will move farther east today. on the western side of that low, we can expect a constant flow of colder air. highs today will be in the upper 20s but with a breeze at 10-15mph it will feel like the teens most of the afternoon. a disturbance rotating around that low will give us a few flurries tomorrow. winds will also be stronger creating even more bitter wind chills. our next chance of snow comes later saturday in to early sunday. there will be accumulation but it is far too early to be confident in predicting snow totals. today: partly sunny. breezy and cold. high: 28 wind: w 10-15 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. breezy and cold. low: 19 wind: w 5-15
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= major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays a milwaukee church catches fire overnight...leaving the sanctuary seriously damaged this happened at 12th and brown deandra corinthios is live from milwaukee police district three with wha investigation this happened at all saints fellowship christian church... there were no injuries....but part of the roof is gone. when our crew arrived on scene firefighters were on top of the building ....hosing down the roof. mfd responded to all saints fellowship christian church some time after one a-m.... fire officials say it appears the blaze started inside the building...but the cause is under investigation. it's unclear how this will impact the
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for tomorrow night...or services on sunday. fire officials estimate damage to the church is about 100 thousand dollars reporting live in milwaukee dc fox6 news happening now in cudahy-- police are looking for a man wanted for child enticement. he was last seen yesterday afternoon on edgerton and swift avenue. they say he approached a 13- year-old girl in his car three times while she was walking home. and he made sexu he's was last seen wearing a baseball hat and driving a blue or gray 4-door sedan. if you know anything call cudahy police. also happening now - police are looking for a suspected robber wanted for taking cash from the jimmy john's on marquette's campus... this surveillance video shows a man implying he has a weapon and demanding cash. he takes the money then flees on foot. it happened at the jimmy johns near 16th and wells monday night around 10-30. wauwatosa's police department...
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after the milwaukee county district attorney decided not to charge the officer who fatally shot jay anderson. kim's following this in the newsroom and kim - police are taking them seriously? that's right - and police are investigating their origin. meanwhile, we're getting a look at documents from the investigation. joseph mensah-- a wauwatosa police officer-- says he saw a car parked in madison park. since the park was closed, he went to investigate. this squad video shows officer mensah firing his gun six times into the car. mensah told milwaukee police homicide detectives he the driver was breathing fast as if nervous or scared. mensah also says he "felt the driver was faking being asleep." the officer says anderson reached for a gun he could see on the passenger seat and that's when officer mensah fired, killing anderson. a gun with jay anderson's dna was found at the scene. fox6 has covered this case extensively. to read our past stories or to watch the entire dash camera video of
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visit fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app. attorneys for brendan dassey... now filing new court documents... in an effort to get him home for the holidays. angelica in studio with the latest developments. his attorneys filed new paperwork... outlining why brendan dassey should be released from prison. dassey was convicted in 2007 of helping his uncle steven avery kill teresa hallbach. a district judge threw out that conviction -- saying dassey was coerced into confessing. the state appealed that decision - and the 7th circuit court of appeals the state has two weeks to respond to yesterday's briefs from the attorneys. dozens killed in indonesia... and more missing. rescue efforts... now underway following a massive earthquake. a former bears player... found dead in a park. what police are saying about rashaan salaam's death... coming up. and backlash... over how long it took to file murder charges in another former football player's death. but the sheriff's got one word for those upset with his response: tough.
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rob's weather you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. an occluded low over well to our northeast will move farther east today.
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colder air. highs today will be in the upper 20s but with a breeze at 10-15mph it will feel like the teens most of the afternoon. a disturbance rotating around that low will give us a few flurries tomorrow. winds will also be stronger creating even more bitter wind chills. our next chance of snow comes later saturday in to early sunday. there will be accumulation but it is far too early to be confident in predicting snow totals. today: partly sunny. breezy and cold. high: 28 wind: w 10-15 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. breezy and cold. low: 19 wind: w 5-15 mph around the world - more than 90 people dead this morning... after a massive earthquake strikes indonesia. the undersea quake registered at magnitude 6-point-5... and severely damaged or destroyed hundreds of buildings. thousands of rescue workers have been deployed to find survivors. there is no risk of a tsunami at this time. new across america - a former n-f-l player has been found dead in a park.
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running back for the bears back in the 90s... was found dead in boulder, colorado. police are calling it a suicide because a note was recovered at the scene.. they have not released the official cause of death however. salaam won the heisman trophy at the university of colorado in 1994. in his rookie season with the bears in 1995, he rushed for more than one- thousand yards and ten touchdowns. salaam was 42. admitted to killing former nfl player joe mcknight during a road rage incident. this is the booking photo for 54 year- old ronald gasser. police say gasser shot mcknight after an argument on a bridge in the new orleans area. he had been released without charges after initial questioning. after public backlash-- authorities announced gasser would face manslaughter charges. they say they waited to charge gasser so they could find and interview more witnesses. normand says: "so for those who
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organization and the strategy, decisions, that we made relative to that, tough. i don't care. butted with "we've done the right thing for the right reasons" officials say-- about ten years ago-- gasser was involved in another road rage incident at the very same intersection. coming up - could a new building soon change milwaukee's skyline even more? what we know about a big announcement happening this week. plus - i think boeing is doing a little bit of a number. we want boeing to make a lot of money, but not that much money. ok, thank you." president elect donald trump... calling to cancel a government order for a new air force one. the new 747 that may not get off the
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that low, we can expect a constant flow of colder air. highs today will be in the upper 20s but with a breeze at 10-15mph it will feel like the teens most of the afternoon. a disturbance rotating around that low will give us a few flurries tomorrow. winds will also be stronger creating even more bitter wind chills. our next chance of snow comes later saturday in to early sunday. there will be accumulation but it is far too early to be confident in predicting snow totals. today: partly sunny. breezy and cold. gh: 28 nd: w 1 traffic check red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays could boeing's latest air force one aircraft be grounded before it ever takes flight?
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calling to cancel a government order for a new air force one from boeing. yesterday... trump tweeted - "boeing is building a brand new 747 air force one for future presidents....but costs are out of control...more than four-billion dollars. cancel order!" mr. trump's vice president elect mike pence... now weighing in. no sooner did he hear about a four billion dollar contract for a couple of new installments of air force one that he said we should cancel the contract, put a hold on it and ... as you know, donald trump's a man that's bought a few airplanes. he's still got a few airplanes. he's going to be and for fiscal responsibility and this is just the first installment." boeing...the nation's largest exporter...has built the plane used by every president since franklin roosevelt.
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over well to our northeast will move farther east today. on the western side of that low, we can expect a constant flow of colder air. highs today will be in the upper 20s but with a breeze at 10-15mph it will feel like the teens most of the afternoon. a disturbance rotating around that low will give us a few flurries tomorrow. winds will also be stronger creating even more bitter wind chills. our next chance of snow comes later saturday in to early sunday. there will be accumulation but it is far too early to be confident in predicting snow totals. today: partly sunny. breezy and cold. high: 28 wind: w 10-15 mph tonight:stly
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that low will give us a few flurries tomorrow. winds will also be stronger creating even more bitter wind chills. our next chance of snow comes later saturday in to early sunday. there will be accumulation but it is far too early to be confident in prec breezy and cold. high: 28 wind: w 10-15 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. breezy and cold. low: 19 wind: w 5-15
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mph in your business headlines - bmo announcement tomorrow... with rumors it could be about a new downtown building. the company owns a 333-thousand square foot office tower at 770 north water street... with a parking structure next to it. a source tells the business journal the new building could replace that parking structure. thousands of workers... poised to receive expanded parental paid leave benefits... the company that's making it all happen... plus - police now saying drunk drivers aren't the only kinds of drivers to worry about on the road. the condition that could
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you are watching the fox 6 highs in the upper 20s but feeling like the teens all day. right now . when we get more snow next! anchors adlib weather over live pic driving drowsy could be just as dangerous as driving drunk. that's according to a new triple-a foundation for safety report. a review of thousands of injury-crashes.... found drivers were 1-point-3 times more likely to be involved in accidents if they
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doubled if they missed two of the recommended seven hours of sleep. triple a... warning that driving when you're too tired to keep your eyes open... is a factor in 20-percent of fatal crashes this year... with many crashes caused by drivers shifting lanes. men have twice as many drowsy driving crashes as women. ikea will now offe paid leave to employees who are new parents in the united states. salaried and hourly employees will be offered up to four paid parental this affects roughly 12-thousand of ikea's employees nationwide. the policy will apply to mothers and fathers who are birth, adoptive, or foster parents. instagram users will soon have the power to quiet "the haters" in their feeds. the facebook-owned photo sharing app announced it's adding a feature to allow user to turn off comments on individual instagram posts. the comment disable option can be used before or after posting an image. instagram's c-e-o says the tool is aimed at keeping the online community a quote "welcoming and
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four inmates... dead within half a year... at the milwaukee county jail. now - an investigation is underway. who could be questioned... plus - new overnight... thousands of dollars of damage... as a church catches fire. the very latest details... straight ahead. and a man... arrested in connection to his girlfriend/cousin's death. who called police on him... and the republicans' road how long it could take to rebuilt deteriorating interstates around milwaukee at the current level of funding..... and we're talking decades.
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this is the time to take action, and to be activists, to save our children. taking the battle to the billboards... the latest efforts... in the fight against drug abuse. and new overnight - thousands of dollars in damages... after a fire rips through a milwaukee coming up in one minute. anchors adlib welcome back rob's weather an occluded low over well to our northeast will move farther east today. on the western side of that low, we can expect a constant flow of colder air. highs today will be in the upper 20s but with a breeze at 10-15mph it will feel like the teens most of the afternoon. a disturbance rotating around that low will give us a few flurries
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stronger creating even more bitter wind chills. our next chance of snow comes later saturday in to early sunday. there will be accumulation but it is far too early to be confident in predicting snow totals. today: partly sunny. breezy and cold. high: 28 wind: w 10-15 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. breezy and cold. low: 19 wind: w 5-15 mph traffic check red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delay breaking news now... reports of a missing passenger plane. the pakistan international airlines flight lost contact with the
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plane was scheduled to land in islamabad. sources say the plane has crashed. 47 people were on board. we will continue to follow this story and bring you any updates. milwaukee firefighters respond to a church fire overnight the blaze took out part of the roof deandra corinthios is live from milwaukee police district three with the latest investigators are still trying to figure out what caused the fire at all saints fellowship christian church... fire officials tell us they think the fire firefighters were called to the church at 12th and brown around 1 a-m it was a one alarm fire. they spent a lot of their time on the roof of the structure..hosing it down. no one was injured. officials estimate about 100 thousand dollars worth of damage to the building according to the church's facebook page..they have bible study scheduled tomorrow night...and services on
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a man hit by a car overnight is in very critical condition. milwaukee police say the 61-year-old walked into the street near hampton and appleton...and then was hit by a passing car. the driver stayed on scene. the man was taken to the hospital..and we're told he has several serious injuries. police continue to investigate. and in west allis police -- investa crash. we're told a woman was hit near 70th and national last night...and the vehicle sped off. no word on the condition of the victim...or a description of the suspect's vehicle at this time. developing this morning... multiple people charged... in connection to a murder case out of dodge county. the main suspect in the woman's murder - her boyfriend... who was also her cousin. nicole has the latest in the newsroom. police say the victim's body was found inside a pickup truck in a garage... on we go trail in fox lake. 36-year-old laverne ware junior
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corpse. his mother and her boyfriend are accused of aiding a felon. police say the mother's boyfriend - vernon mickey - called police secretly from a kwik trip store to let police know ware junior... and his mother marjorie jones were "involved in a situation." mickey told police he saw a lot of blood in ware's garage... but he didn't see a body... although ware's girlfriend had been missing since saturday night. police then found the woman's body in the truck... and the autopsy ruled her death a homicide. disappeared... ware had accused him of messing around with his girlfriend. he told police ware's relationship with his girlfriend was "volatile" and that he saw what happened in the garage "coming years ago." new numbers show milwaukee county is on pace for its deadliest year ever for opioid deaths. angelica's in studio with more on how community leaders are taking the drug abuse battle to the billboards. three different billboards went up in the area--with messages about the increased totals of opioid
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one billboard shows the number of milwaukee county overdoses so far this year. another encourages parents to discuss drugs with their children. a third offers a hotline for those seeking help. it'll inform residents how to make a difference, in their own communities, and, most importantly, it has the capacity to save lives. the idea is to inspire southeastern wisconsin to create conversations around the opioid epidemic, and to take action. of collaboration between the drug enforcement agency, c-v-s health, hupy & abraham, and clear channel outdoor- milwaukee. the billboards can be spotted as far west as fort atkinson... as far north as sheboygan... and as far south as the illinois border. fox6 news has reported extensively on the abuse of prescription drugs -- as well as the heroin crisis. visit fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app -- and click the "dose
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people break the cycle of addiction -- and view a fox6 news special on the crisis. four inmates die in the milwaukee county jail within six months... one in fact, has been ruled a homicide. and now an audit is underway.. the chairman of the county board of supervisors says someone needs to be held accountable. fox6's madeline anderson with the developing story. while investigators remain mum on whether the deaths of inmates terrill thomas... michael madden kristina fiebrink as well as a stillborn baby were the result of inadequate medical attention... county leaders are launching their own efforts to find out. it certainly sounds like some of this may have been preventable. board of supervisors chairman theo lipscomb has requested an audit of the contract the county has with a private company called "armor" which provides medical services at the milwaukee county jail and the house of corrections. someone has a profit motive around the provision of medical
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questions about whether services were all provided as they should have been. lipscomb is also questioning how milwaukee county sheriff david clarke has been running the jail. so to the extent that we could find out if management had an impact on it, id like to clear that up. last week... supervisor supreme moore omokunde called for clarke to resign. clarke said in response... he's upset "i got donald j called for clarke to resign. clarke said in response... he's elected potus." lipscomb says it's not his place to tell the sheriff what to do... but he does want to launch an external investigation into the entire operations of the jail. the question is... what cooperation would we get from the sheriff in allowing that to be conducted by a third party? we reached out to the sheriff for comment on the audit last week... his office referred us to thursday's statement. reporting outside of the milwaukee county jail... madeline anderson
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now finished with their recounts... including dodge... ozaukee... and walworth. waukesha county... picking up the pace... and moving ahead of schedule... thanks to a high speed ballott counter... which arrived monday. it can count 5-thousand ballots per hour! milwaukee county completed counting the city of milwaukee's ballots monday... and theyre about a third of the way though absentee ballots. the wisconsin elections commission says all counties are on track to fi time by the state deadline of december 12th. meanwhile... a federal judge in detroit has called a hearing this morning to consider whether michigan's recount should continue. the official recount began monday. an appeals court ordered the state's election board to reject jill stein's petition for a recount yesterday...finding that she had no chance of emerging as the winner in the state. a top wisconsin republican says governor walker is "dis-investing" in roads. that was how assemblyman john
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day-long hearing at the capitol. walker has proposed delaying major highway projects in southeast wisconsin to plug a billion- dollar shortfall. yesterday... his d-o-t secretary revealed that it would take 70 years to rebuild deteriorating interstates around milwaukee at the current level of funding... but the existing roads won't last that long. clearly there would have to be other allocations made and other decisions made at some point in that interim time to make sure we were maintaining walker is opposed to extra taxes or fees to pay for roads -- putting him at odds with republican leaders of the assembly. a christmas staple in new york city... becomes the scene of an attempted terror threat. what a man said he was going to do to the rockefeller tree. plus- "this is loss. this is a mass grave." "can i just say i'm sorry?" the manager of a warehouse where 36 people died in a fire... now speaking out. what he said he'd rather be trampled by the victims'
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and just in time for winter... frontier... launching a new nonstop flight out of milwaukee - to a warm destination. some sun but chilly today with highs in the in the upper 20s but wind chills in the teens. right now . how cold we get this week next. ....our weather expert rob haswell has the
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wakeup news. rob's weather an occluded low over well to our northeast will move farther east today. on the western side of that low, we can expect a constant flow of colder air. highs today will be in the upper 20s but with a breeze at 10-15mph it will feel like the teens most of the afternoon. a disturbance rotating around that low will give us a few flurries tomorrow. winds will also be stronger creating even more
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chance of snow comes later saturday in to early sunday. there will be accumulation but it is far too early to be confident in predicting snow totals. today: partly sunny. breezy and cold. high: 28 wind: w 10-15 mph nht:stly clou traffic check red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays green on traffic map = no delays airlines' new nonstop flight from milwaukee to phoenix will take flight. it will depart every monday, wednesday and friday at 12:35 pm and arrive in phoenix around 3:40. the return flights will leave phoenix at 7:20 in the morning and arrive here at 11:40. frontier also added nonstop flights to philadelphia, dallas and atlanta
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"gas light" building will undergo some changes. the l-e-d lights inside the iconic building are being upgraded and re-programmed-- to flicker when it rains or snows. there are also different holiday color schemes in the works. no word on the "cost" of the upgrade, but we're told it was 'significant.' the new light technology will debut tonight around 6:15. new this morning - police say a refrigerator may have sparked a deadly warehouse fire in oakland, california. this... as the manager of that warehouse speaks out for the first tim 36 people died in that fire... crews say the search for victims is nearly complete. investigators are exploring criminal charges... and say it doesn't look as though the fire was deliberately set. the manager... derick almena... became visibly agitated when asked by the today show... who should take the blame for the blaze. "i mean what am i going to say to that? should i be accountable? i can barely stand here right now." "i would rather get on the floor and be trampled by the parents. i'd rather let them tear at my
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questions." investigators are looking at previous code violations and complaints - ranging from illegal occupancy to hazardous trash and debris. most of the victims have been identified. a terror investigation underway... after police say a man tried to light the rockefeller christmas tree on fire. 38-year-old 'yuri alterman' was surrounded by police officers -- after a witnesses spotted him investigators say he was carrying a gas can, a pack of matches.... and a book called 'son of hamas'. when asked why he was carrying the gas can -- the suspect reportedly told police he wanted to buy gas. he was arrested and charged with making terrorist threats. jury selection... expected to start today for dylann roof... who's accused of killing nine people at an african american church in june 2015. but roof's lawyers want to delay the trial due to the publicity surrounding the mistrial of former charleston police officer michael
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forward...he at least needs to question the jury pool extensively about their opinions on the slager case. race plays a role in both cases. slager -- who is white -- shot and killed a fleeing, unarmed black driver. around the world - more than 90 people dead this morning... after a massive earthquake strikes indonesia. officials say the death toll could rise... with many believed to be trapped in the debris from collapsed buildings. the undersea quake registered at magnitude 6-point-5... and severely d buildings. thousands of rescue workers have been deployed to find survivors. there is no risk of a tsunami at this time. nasa says the arctic seas this year have been slow to freeze. because of this - the arctic ocean and neighboring seas are setting both daily and monthly record lows for its ice caps levels. scientists say the arctic waters absorbed a lot of solar energy this summer... and until that heat escapes to the atmosphere - sea
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north dakota.. and one of the hardest hit areas... grand forks. the city received just around a foot of snow yesterday morning... with the snow still continuing to fall throughout the day. city crews working hard to help keep the streets as clear as possible... all grand forks' schools and government offices were closed for the day. anchors chat and toss to rob an occluded low over well to our northeast will move farther east today. on the western side of that low, we can expect a constant flow of colder air. highs today will be in the upper 20s but with a breeze at 10-15mph it will feel like the teens most of the afternoon. a disturbance rotating around that low will give us a few flurries tomorrow. winds will also be
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our next chance of snow comes later saturday in to early sunday. there will be accumulation but it is far too early to be confident in predicting snow totals. today: partly sunny. breezy and cold. high: 28 wind: w 10-15 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. breezy and
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breaking news - donald trump... named time magazine's person of the year. time's managing editor said hillary clinton was the no. 2 finalist. we'll have much more on this... coming up in our next half hour of wakeup. packers defensive tackle mike pennel has been suspended a 2nd time for packers defensive tackle mike pennel has been suspended a 2nd
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abuse policy. he'll miss the final 4 regular season games..he sat out the first 4 for the same reason. pennel could return if green bay makes the playoffs. mike pennel's loss is concerning on a personal and a professional level for a team that's decimated by injuries-especially on the defensive side of the ball. but after 4 straight losses---came two wins--and the pack are hoping to build on the latter. "winning and losing, both of those things are habits. so when you start to put them together, and you start putting the together, wins, you start stringing those along, it does a lot for the psyche of the team for everybody for the confidence. so i think it's a shot in the arm". we'll have the packers/seahawks sunday afternoon at 3:25 right here on your packers station. then we'll have a special edition of fox six news-- in order to bring you complete reaction.... defensive lineman mike daniels will join tim van vooren live.....we wrap it up with the
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the brewers have traded reliever tyler thornburg to boston. in return, the crew brings first baseman/3rd baseman travis shaw on board. shaw brings a left-handed bat. milwaukee also gets 2 prospects, shortstop mauricio dubon and single "a" pitcher josh pennington. shaw's a 6-4 230 pound twenty-six year old hit 241 with 16 homers and 71 rbi with the red sox last year. scene is sparking outrage - and conversation... all across the country. plus - how a group's participation in the mannequin challenge... lands some of them behind bars and a reminder : join fox six for a special coats for kids collection tonight! our tom wachs will be at the steinhafels in waukesha -- collecting coats of all sizes -- new or gently
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at least four coats will get a pair of ticket vouchers to see the harlem globetrotters on new years eve at the bmo harris bradley center find more details on our website fox6now.com. time now... you're taking a
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a group of participants in jail. you know how the mannequin challenge goes, right? people... freezing in various poses while someone walks around filming from different angles. one mannequin video from alabama showed a large group of people displaying guns... as if reenacting a drive by shooting. the only problem - not everyone
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a couple other participants were arrested for drug paraphernalia possession...and promoting prison contraband. new this morning - you've heard of storing late loved ones' ashes in urns... but now... a company wants to incorporate ashes into the urns themselves. a company called "chronicle creation designs" will take ashes, and actually bake them into anything you want -- like bowls or coffee mugs.... candles... bottles or jewelry. the founder says he started the business after his grandfather passed away. hundreds of dollars. a controversial nativity scene... back once again. for the third year in a row, jasen dixon and his family put up their controversial zombie nativity scene outside their home in sycamore township, ohio. the spooky nativity scene replaces religious figures with zombies. even the baby jesus statue has fangs and blood spilling from its mouth. dixon says: "there's no ill intent. we have kids in catholic school. and we really blow off all the free thinkers and stuff like
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religious statement -- it's just a piece of art. santa made an early stop in wauwatosa yesterday... as the holiday train returned to the village. hundreds filled the harwood avenue crossing. the holiday train covered in lights, brought with it musical performances and a visit from the santa himself! while waiting for the train, people dropped food d cares." the organization helps feed the hungry. now at seven -- breaking
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overnight. how much damage is left behind coming up in a live report. plus.. no charges will be filed against the wauwatosa police officer who shot and killed jay anderson. ahead the new information just released in more than a hundred pages of documents. good morning and welcome back to wakeup! time now x:xx well to our northeast will move farther east today. on the western side of that low, we can expect a constant flow of colder air. highs today will be in the upper 20s but with a breeze at 10-15mph it will feel like the teens most of the afternoon. a disturbance rotating around that low will give us a few flurries tomorrow. winds will also be stronger creating even more bitter wind chills. our next chance of snow comes later saturday in to early sunday. there will be accumulation but it is far too early to be confident in predicting snow totals. today: partly sunny. breezy and cold. high: 28 wind: w 10-15 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. breezy and cold. low: 19 wind: w 5-15

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