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wisconsin. the urgent warning to find safety inside. and we are continuing to monitor the bitter cold weather here at fox6... as wisconsin braces itself for another round of snow. good morning and welcome to wakeup! rob's weather today: mostly su high: 8 wind: w/nw 10-20 mph tonight: overcast. warming slightly. low: 2
= major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays the frigid temperatures can be very dangerous. shelters across the area are making sure people have a warm place to go. julie collins has the latest on the efforts underway at a west allis emergency warming shelter. we are at "feeding his flock." -
yesterday as a warming shelter. were told it was a very busy night here--and the group expects it to stay busy in the coming days. work to prepare the basement of the chapel at 81st and lapham in west allis began yesterday afternoon. they encourage folks without a home to join them inside and escape the cold-- this group is one of several in southeast wisconsin-- making sure people stay safe as the temperatures dip. at the impact 2-1-1 call center--resource connect callers with the help they're looking for. assisting many in finding shelter. with more predicted cold--headed this way--each group gets ready for what's ahead. so that this dangerous weather--is safer for some of the area's most vulnerable. 12:34 hangout and keep warm, maybe play some games, eat some food, have a nice sleeping bag and find out some resources. the 'feeding his flock' emergency shelter will continue to operate
someone you know needs shelter, call 2-1-1. you can be connected to needed resources. reporting live in west allis, julie collins. fox 6 news. meanwhile... the state of wisconsin... warning drivers about an increased risk of hitting black ice this weekend. angelica's in the newsroom with the very latest. the department of transportation is warning drivers to be cautious on the roads this weekend. with high winds and drifting snow expected... road conditions could be create a higher risk for black ice... which is often mistaken for wet or newly paved roads. so what do you need to look out for? pavement that looks dark, wet or like new asphalt.... low-lying areas that may have standing water or run off from nearby melting snow banks or puddles... bridges and underpasses... and any road areas which are shaded from the sun. the department of transportation is reminding drivers to clear snow and ice from all windows... and watch for slippery bridge decks.
stopping. for the complete list of closures-- head to our website-- fox 6 now dot com. and be sure to download the fox6 storm center app-- it's free for apple an android devices.
meanwhile - officers will be out on the roads in higher numbers starting today... through new year's day. it's part of the "drive sober or get pulled over campaign." 24 o-w-i task forces in wisconsin will be on the lookout for drunk driving during the holiday season. wis- dot is offering a free "zero in wiscinsin drive sober" mobile app... which includes a find-a-ride feature... a blood alcohol estimator... designated driver selector... and tests to help figure out if a driver needs to give up the keys. a group of state lawmakers from milwaukee county join others in asking milwaukee county sheriff david clarke to resign. senator chris larson -- along with representatives jonathan brostoff and christine sinicki -- ?accuse the sheriff of not ?adequately supervising the jail after four deaths at the jail.
over the unnecessary loss of loved ones in the past six months, it has become clear that our county's sheriff department has been grossly mismanaged." we reached out to sheriff clarke for a
response to this latest call for his resignation. his spokeswoman, fran mclaughlin ?replied, saying... "the sheriff said he is bored with this democrat party fake news because he helped donald trump get elected potus. he said they must have heard him speak at last night's trump victory rally and it touched a nerve. the milwaukee county board is expected to vote this morning on establishing policy for external investigations of in-custody deaths at the milwaukee county jail and house of correction. it's in response to the 4 deaths at the county jail this year. an audit of the private medical services contract for the jail and house of correction is already underway. a town's entire police force.... calling it quits at the same time. why the officers say they had to go. new this morning - surveillance
an entire police force... gone within a single week. in bunker hill, indiana... the marshall and reserve deputies all resigned without warning earlier this week. they had complained about the town council's unethical requests and mismanagement. the marshall says he was asked to checks on other board members. county deputies will now patrol the streets until a new police force is hired. new surveillance video is released... from last month's deadly shooting at will rogers world airport in oklahoma city. in it... 45 year old llyod boo-ee buie can be seen strolling in a parking garage... just minutes before he would shoot and kill michael winchester... a southwest airlines employee.the video shows buie arriving at that garage four days before the shooting... parking his truck on the second level... and then
returned the day of the shooting... and camped out for two hours before winchester walked out... and was shot. buie then killed himself inside his truck. police believe the shooting was a case of workplace revenge. coming up on wakeup - details on the multi million dollar deal... to sell a milwaukee manufacturing company... plus... spinning out. why drivers say a parked truck created a massive pileup. and speaking of bad weather.... we're continuing to monitor just how cold it will feel - before the
oregon... thanks to a winter storm. this... as snow covered roads create dangerous driving conditions in indianapolis. angelica is here with more. commuters were stuck for hours in the portland metro area during rush hour last night. thousands of vehicles could barely move... with at least five crashes reported in a 20-mile stretch just east of the city. portland does not salt its roads for environmental reasons... and because it rarely snows there. in indiana... drivers struggled to stay on the roads on one indianapolis street... and the sle caught on camera. "watch out luella, watch out , watch out everyone!" thud shriek the man who shot this video says drivers kept spinning out... because of a comcast truck sitting on a hill. the man can be heard in the video telling comcast employees to put cones out warning drivers... because they couldn't see the truck until it was too late. comcast's truck
every 10 feet for every 10 miles an hour on the road... which the driver did. but in this case... other drivers say that wasn't enough warning because it was so slick outside. the worker ignored their requests to add more cones. after this video was released... comcast released a statement calling what happened "concerning"... and stressing that safety matters most. rob's weather high pressure is moving over our area today with some very cold air. a wind chill advisory
-10 to -25 degree range. well be sunny but stay in the single digits with sub-zero wind chills all day long. we do start warming overnight as a low moves our way. we get into the low 20s for friday but that comes along with of snow friday and friday night. snow should wind down early saturday but an additional 1-2 is possible. today: mostly sunny, blustery
air. a wind chill advisory continues until 10am with wind chills likely in the -10 to -25 degree range. well be sunny but stay in the single digits with sub-zero wind chills all day long. we do start war moves our way. we get into the low 20s for friday but that comes along with some snow. we could see 6-9 of snow friday and friday night. snow should wind down early saturday but an additional 1-2 is possible. today: mostly sunny, blustery and bitter cold. high: 8 wind: w/nw 10-20 mph tonight: overcast. warming slightly. low: 2 wind: sw 5-10 mph joy global has sold its closed surface mining facility in milwaukee... for nearly 4-point-4 million dollars. nicole vo selling the roughly 200-thousand square foot building near
fill the building with another manufacturing company. joy global closed the facility amid lower demand for mining equipment. the new owner is reich brothers l-l-c -- a national company that buys vacant plants, sells off remaining equipment and leases them to new tenants. what was the most popular google search word this year? surprisingly - it had nothing to do with politics... amazon... making its first drone delivery. but... hear why you won't receive packages in the air here anytime soon. and one of the largest security breaches ever... hitting yahoo
one billion accounts may have been affected in a security breach by an "unauthorized third party." the breach dates back to 20-13 and from a massive cybersecurity incident announced in september... in which at least 500 million accounts were hacked. the stolen data may have included names, email addresses and passwords, but not financial information. the company will notify users who may be affected and has begun requiring users to change their passwords. the security incident is likely one of the largest cybersecurity breaches ever. amazon... making its first drone delivery to a customer. a man in the united kingdom
popcorn. the drone flew over the english countryside... arriving at the man's house 13 minutes later. right now, only two people are enrolled in the test program. but amazon says it plans to expand it in the next few months.. but not in the u-s. right now... these flights are not legal here. any guess what the top google search was in 2016? it wasn't president elect donald trump... or his rival hillary clinton. it was actually far less controversial: most searched trending topic around the world... catching everyone by storm... and sending people into a frenzy as they tried to "catch them all!" in the u-s alone, however, the powerball topped the list - after handing out a record 1-point-6 billion dollar prize in january... and a 429 million dollar payout in june. a bitter rivalry plus a fight to get into the playoffs. it's all on the line this weekend... as the packers head down to soldier field. a man... chasing after his stolen truck... and it's all
see... coming up. plus - how milwaukee county is keeping homeless people safe from the dangerously cold temperatures... anchor adlibs sunny but cold. highs in the single digits with bitter wind chills. right now . when snow arrives next. i... i... i wanted those... no you didn't... hefty slider bags cost less than ziploc. you'll thank me later. oh...
"be a good neighbor, be a good friend, be a good church - fellow churchgoer and look for those who need help." now at 6:30 to help friends... families... and even strangers stay safe from the bitter cold. details on the emergency shelters in place... coming up. and it's a busy day for our fox6 meteorologists - they're not just following a wind chill advisory... they're also tracking snow! rob's got the forecast on wakeup. anchors adlib welcome back rob's weather today: mostly
making sure people have a warm place to go if you or someone you know needs shelter, call 2-1-1. meanwhile... the state of wisconsin... warning drivers about an increased risk of hitting black ice this weekend. angelica has the latest on the roads in the newsroom. the department of transportation is warning drivers to be cautious on the roads this weekend.
conditions could be dangerous. the combination could create a higher risk for black ice... which is often mistaken for wet or newly paved roads. so what do you need to look out for? pavement that looks dark, wet or like new asphalt.... low-lying areas that may have standing water or run off from nearby melting snow banks or puddles... bridges and underpasses... and any road areas which are shaded from the sun. milwaukee mayor tom barrett... issuing his own warning for anyone traveling for the holidays. "make sure that you've got a car survival kitt energy foods. make sure that your vehicles' fuel tank is at least half full and that the battery is charged." mayor barrett is also warning drivers not to leave cars running to warm up unless someone is in it - to avoid car thefts. for the complete list of closures-- head to our website-- fox 6 now dot com.
apple an android devices. a racine sanitation worker is killed on the job. officials say mark gates was collecting recyclables on his route yesterday morning when a car crashed into his garbage truck. gates was flown to froedtert hospital where he later died. he was also the pastor at christ chapel in racine. church members say he did a lot for the community... "he meant a lot to the whole community he wasnt just a city worker he was a father figure to for every child in the community" racine police are still investigating what caused the crash. anyone with information is asked to give them a call. in sheboygan county... the body of a lakeland university student was found in a pond on campus yesterday... leaving his friends devastated. i mean, he was a good dude. just a genuine guy. kaelin o'neal had been missing since sunday morning. the
quarterback on the school's football team. the sheriffs office says there is no indication of foul play-- but they're still trying to figure out how o'neal--who's from north carolina-- ended up in the water. a man has his truck stolen and decides to follow the thieves! the entire chase-- streamed live on facebook! daunte don-tay ealy says he stepped away from his truck for a moment at 83rd and florist when teens jumped in and drove off.ealy says he convinced a stranger driving by, to allow him to jump in and tail he says when they realized he was following, they ditched the truck, and jumped into a second stolen car. that's when ealy hit record, and followed hoping to get back other stolen items. the high-speed chase traveled on snowy roads... even on the wrong side of the road. eventually the teens got away. i guess i was doing it out of anger because i was mad, because they took my car and messed up the bumper, and took some personal stuff so i was very heated at the time. ealy admits in hindsight, the chase was a mistake since it
stolen, let them handle it. on sunday, you can expect aaron rodgers to be on the field leading the packers - in spite of a calf injury. there are a couple of reasons he's fighting through the pain: a playoff push and the rivalry with the bears. it's been a bit lopsided as of late, as the packers have won the 11 of the last 13 meetings. tim van vooren has the blitz tonight from lambeau. "for the 194th time it will be packers and chicago bears sunday. this time at soldier field. get this, the all time series is 94 for chicago, 93 for green bay and six ties." "they're the fun ones to play in, especially, you know that so they're gonna try their best to knock us out of the playoffs. it'll be a good one. and it's kind of cool, i heard we have a chance to tie the all-time record so that will be fun to be a part of." "i didn't know that so that would be awesome. i think that would be real cool that we can do that. that would be great." "the intensity burns so high from every angle, internally and externally. externally, obviously, we take a lot of pride in history of the green bay packers and we
it's been a long time since it's been tied up so we're aware of that and so with that not only the history and tradition of both organizations but the current history." "over all those years and all those games not only is the series tight in terms of wins and losses, get this, all time scoring, packers 3305 points, bears 3304. at lambeau field, tim van vooren, fox six sports." you can watch the packers and bears sunday at noon, right here on fox 6 -- followed by a fox 6 news post game special -- and the fox 6 sports blitz at 10- 35. motions are filed to drop the charges against the minnesota police officer who shot and killed philando castile. why his defense team says the shooting was justified.
how many people were shot as ambulances were trying to leave. uber-- is trying out self-driving cars for its services in california. why officials are urging the ride- sharing company to stop. lots of sun but very little heat. highs in the upper single digits and wind chills in the teens and twenties below at times. how much snow is coming next. ....our weather expert rob
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forces of firing at ambulances trying to leave aleppo. at least three people are injured... and possibly one dead. a planned evacuation was supposed to start this morning...with buses and ambulance ready to take the injured out of aleppo. a ceasefire deal between the rebels and the syrian government collapsed yesterday... with both sides blaming the other for its failure. that evacuation... being pushed off to today. also new overnight - legist becomes law... without president obama's signature. earlier this month... congress approved a 10 year extension of the 1996 iran sanctions act with near unanimous support... in an effort to target iran's energy, military and banking sectors. the white house had called the bill "unnecessary" because the president already retains the authority to waive sanctions lifted as part of the nuclear deal reached with iran. the iranian president says these sanctions violate terms of that deal - and vowed to respond if they
minnesota police officer who killed a black man during a traffic stop this summer... are calling for charges against him to be dismissed. angelica's following that story and more from across america. st. anthony officer jeronimo yanez's attorneys filed a motion saying philando castile was negligent in his own death... because he was under the influence of t-h-c while driving... and ignored yanez's commands. in court documents... yanez's defense team argued a review of squad video from that night... backed up the officer's claim that he was acting in self during a traffic stop in july... sparking protests across the country after a facebook live video of the shooting emerged. the officer faces multiple charges including manslaughter. closing arguments are set for today in dylann roof's murder trial. the self-declared white supremacist has previously confessed to killing nine people in a church in charleston, south carolina. the defense rested without calling any witnesses... after the judge ruled they couldn't present evidence about his mental health. roof could face the death
and obstruction of religion. in pennsylvania... bill cosby's lawyers are attacking his accusers... for having what they call "vague, remote and inconsistent" allegations. cosby is charged with aggravated indecent assault, for an alleged attack on andrea constand 12-years ago. a pre-trial hearing is underway... over whether 13 other women who leveled similar accusations against cosby can be allowed to testify. his lawyers claim the potential witnesses are "bandwagon" accusers who came they could cash in. but prosecutors say those witnesses would show cosby had a history of drugging and molesting women. president-elect donald trump... meetign with some of the top tech leaders in the country. he told the group "we're here to help you folks do well." many tech leaders in silicon valley opposed mr. trump's campaign... with more than 140 people signing a public letter against him at one point. they expressed concerns that his policies could stifle innovations... but yesterday... mr. trump said his
innovations move forward. for the first time this year... and just the second time this decade... the federal reserve is raising its key interest rate. that rate was raised by a quarter of a percent yesterday. the fed slashed rates to zero in 2008... in the midst of the financial crisis... and kept it there during the great recession and beyond. yesterday's move could be the first of more, with the fed hinting it could raise rates at a faster pace next year. today is the deadline to sign up for insurance coverage if you want it to start on january first. about the affordable care act's future once president-elect trump takes office... but for the moment nothing has changed. sign ups are at a record pace since the presidential election... with more than four million people selecting policies for 2017 through the federal exchange. that's an increase of more than 250- thousand from last year. free help will be available today at independence first in milwaukee. it's taking place from 9 a-m to 4 p-m. you will need legal documents like your social security number..and w-2
froedtert health say they saw an increase of revenue in the third quarter of 2016. but both say they saw a decrease in profits for that same period. aurora posted a revenue of 1-point- 25-billion in the three months ending september 30th -- while froedtert posted a revenue of 517-million-dollars. united way of greater milwaukee and waukesha county... breaking records during its annual community campaign. the organization says it brought in more than 60-point-1 million dollars... and surpase volunteer goal... reaching 21-thousand 124 volunteer hours during its annual "season of caring." its second campaign since the merger of the two united way organizations. the money will go toward more than 100 health and human service agencies in milwaukee, waukesha, ozaukee and washington counties. happening now - three state lawmakers... calling for milwaukee county sheriff david clarke to resign for quote "grossly" mismanaging his office... in the midst of four deaths at the county jail. the sheriff's response: he says he's being attacked by
get elected. plus - police... cracking down on drunk driving starting today. the free app the state of wisconsin has launched... to help you get home safely from the bars. that's ahead at 7. and milwaukee officials... reminding the public about the dangers of hypothermia. the most vulnerable are children, the elderly and the homeless. on average there can be between 200 and 250 people living on the streets in milwaukee. anchors chat and toss to rob moving over our area today with some very cold air. a wind chill advisory continues until 10am with wind chills likely in the -10 to -25 degree range. well be sunny but stay in the single digits with sub-zero wind chills all day long. we do start warming overnight as a low moves our way. we get into the low 20s for friday but that comes along with some snow. we could see 6-9
delays green on traffic map = no delays new this morning - the nba appears to have reached a deal... for a new collective bargaining agreement. that agreement... coming just one day before a deadline to opt out of the current deal. this means the nba has likely managed to avoid a possible work stoppage for next season... something which
the package still needs formal approval from the team owners and players' unions. uber... rolling out self-driving cars in san francisco... but don't get too used to that sight. the california department of motor vehicles has already sent uber a letter... ordering the company to stop the service until it gets a state permit. but uber says it doesn't believe it needs permits... because a person is still behind the wheel monitoring the heicles. in the 24 hours since the cars have hit the streets... a taxi driver has already posted dashcam video of an uber self driving car running a red car service is blaming human error... and says there weren't any customers in the car. straight ahead - details on the social media giant... that's preparing to take on netflix and amazon prime. could michael phelps' son boomer soon have some new competition in the pool? how a longtime rivalry is about to
are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. sunny but cold. highs in the single digits with bitter wind chills. right now . when snow arrives next. ryan lochte... sharing a baby announcement on social media in a... creative... way. lochte and his fiancee... kayla rae reid... jumped into a pool... to snap a fiancee's baby bump. lochte announced his engagement to the former playboy model in october - also on his instagram account. lochte made headlines this year when he faked a story about being robbed and beaten with other swimmers at the rio games. the highly anticipated star wars spinoff zooms into theaters... starting tonight. " if my father built this thing...we need to find him. alright, how many do we need?
rogue one." the new movie follows a group of unlikely heroes... who team up to steal plans to the death star. "rogue one" is predicted to open at number one bringing in between 140 and 150 million dollars. mashable... reporting original shows could soon come to facebook. the company plans to build on its video content and facebook live... by shows - scripted and unscripted. facebook tried to license content with the nfl - but the league ended up going to twitter for live-streams of its games this
13:10 nobody should be out there, so this is really important. now at 7-- breaking news --- firefighters dealing with the dangerous cold this morning as they battle a fire this is a live look at the scene -- where wind chills well below zero. coming up -- details on a snowy and freezing weekend. plus.. calls for milwaukee coun step down are getting louder. ahead what the law enforcement leader is saying about resigning. good morning and welcome back to wakeup! time now x:xx weather forecast from fox6 chief meteorologist rob haswell high pressure is moving over our area today with some very cold air. a wind chill advisory continues until 10am with wind chills likely in the -10 to -25 degree range. well be sunny but stay in the