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also this morning... good morning and thanks for starting your day with wakeup. lets go straight to our fox6 weather expert rob haswell in the weather
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trump was elected as the next president of the united states... across the country and here at home.. people are taking to the streets in protest of the next potus. last night.. hundreds marched through milwaukee. "i think america needs to see this isn't a win. all these people out here are losing something. we're taking steps ba, that people care, but we need to do more than this." the group chanted "not my president," as they made their way through the streets. demonstrators say they are upset by tuesday's election outcome and are fighting back. protesters say the president elect does not represent their values. milwaukee police say no arrests were made and there were no major incidents. in madison -- thousands marched from the uw campus to the steps
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of frustration. the student-organized march drew in students and visitors from across the state. it began with a rally on bascom hill, then marched to the wisconsin state capitol with rallying stops along the way. madison police roughly estimate more than 25 hundred people attended the "storm the capitol" march. at last check -- everything was peaceful. police say that protests in portland, oregon got out of hand, tweeting that rallies turned into riots this morning. the tweet said that someone threw projectiles at officers and police announced "everyone" would be under arrest...and used tear gas to try and break up the group. anti-trump rallies were also held in los angeles, philadelphia, denver, minneapolis and oakland, california. but most of the protests in those cities have been peaceful. trump said on twitter on wednesday that the rallies against him were "very unfair." if you're wondering if the incoming president is taking note, he is. president-elect trump taking to twitter to respond to the protests. last night he tweeted : "just had a very open and successful
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professional protesters, incited by the media, are protesting. very unfair!" a waukesha county judge expected to oversee hearings for the two girls accused of stabbing their classmate to please the fictional character slenderman today. anissa weier and morgan geyser both have status conferences scheduled. two months ago -- weier changed her plea to "not guilty by reason of mental disease" for the crime. two doctors were appointed to evaluate her. the court hearings set to get underway at 1:30 this afternoon. day to honor those who have fought for us... there are several events happening in our area to commemorate veterans. angelica is in the newsroom with the details. mayor tom barrett is kicking off the 10th annual holiday drive for local veterans. the drive starts today and runs through december 16 to benefit veterans receiving care at the clement j. zablocki va medical center. mayor barrett, county executive abele, community partners and residents are helping to make
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families have the comforts of home they deserve this holiday season. donation bins will be set up inside city hall, the courthouse and other facilities across milwaukee. many businesses and restaurants also celebrating veterans day today. they are offering deals to say thank you to those that have served our country. i-hop is giving military members and veterans a free stack of red, white, and blue pancakes. that's happening from 7 a-m to 7 p-m. at chick-fil-a ... all military vetera sandwich. and the harley davidson museum is offering free entry for all military, veterans, and their families all weekend. that includes - one additional adult and up to four kids 18 or younger. kim and jessob. back to you. more details on a fatal crash on the interstate yesterday morning. authorities say a woman was hit by a semi on i-94 northbound near college avenue. all the lanes
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we're still waiting to hear more on why the woman was on the interstate in the first place. milwaukee police say they arrested the suspected driver who struck and killed five year old rickyia langham. the accident happened sunday morning near hampton and leon. rickya was walking to the car with her mom when a porsche suv sped down their street. her mother told fox 6 news the little girl was thrown into the air. the driver of the car drove away from the scene. a witness says he saw the suspected driver park the car just outside his house... he recognized it from photos released by police. 52 soon as i see the picture on facebook i called right away and was like hey that car that hit the little girl is over here" like hey that car that hit the little girl is over here" sources tell us a woman was arrested monday. she's the owner of the suv-- the suspected driver is her boyfriend. earlier, this week, a milwaukee woman's routine day goes from difficult, to devastating -- after her power wheelchair is stolen from her
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19-year- old rayquetta ray-kwee-tuh lawrence, who does not let the condition keep her from keepin' on.but, monday, as her cousin terry helped the recent high school grad get to her job at sam's club, her special seat is stolen. rayquetta filed a police report, and, most certainly, rolls-on, but -- what is tough, with temps topping 70 -- is even more difficult when they dip, in december. "this is about to get really difficult -- w i gotta have people push me. this is about to get really - -this is about to get hard, but, i mean, there's a lotta stuff i can get past; i been through a lotta worse than this." if you're interested in contributing to rayquetta's effort to replace her wheelchair, log onto fox-six-now-dot-com, where the web team has posted a linke to the appropriate, go-fund-me site. demonstrators taking to the streets across the country. why some people are burning their
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with president elect donald trump. what the two had to say about their post election meeting at the white house. kids helping kids. how books are bringing together children from totally different worlds. time now 4:xx you're taking a
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difference. thats why toddlers and kids from milwaukees north shore suburbs are volunteering in the inner city. deandra corinthios shows you how their efforts...are changing both communities. the library at mps thurston woods elementary school is alive with excitement. with kids from totally different worlds. "in milwaukee we know it is one of the most segregated cities in the country and were working really hard to build those bridges" this is toddlers and kids on a mission's
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woods...learning from reading to much younger children who are volunteering their time "i like to teach them strategies and help them learn so that when they grow up they will be an excellent reader" "volunteering means helping or going to do something that is important" "toddlers and kids on a mission started with just two moms. over the last two years the organization has grown so much they have had more than 120 families participate" from schools t a facilities...toddlers and kids on a mission provides volunteer opportunities for kids of all ages in the metro-milwaukee area. "we do believe that no matter how small they are they can give back" in this case...thurston woods students gain more than literacy skills. "theyre building that capacity to teach others how to be leaders and just being kind to one another" and creating an overcome racial barriers. "i think it just builds that connection that we need in the
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fox6 news. toddlers and kids on a mission says most organizations accept volunteers age eight and older. but they have no age restrictions. if you're interested in finding out more about them, visit fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app -- and click "links." the music world mourning the death of a famed singer songwriter. people protesting across the country --still upset over the presidential election results. what one elected trump can do to bring the nation together. then affordable care act surges after the election. how many people signed up for just hours after trumps victory. time now 4:xx you're taking a live look outside this morning.. you are watching the fox 6
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across the country.. demonstrators angry over donald trump's political victory taking to the streets again last night. fox's rob schmitt, is in new york city with the latest. another night of unrest across the nation as protesters take
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presidential election. police manning barricades outside trump tower in new york city to keep anti-trump demonstrators at bay. dozens gathered there for the second night chanting slogans like "not my president" and "pay your taxes" among many others similar scenes playing out in cities across the nation... aerials from minneapolis show police barricading a highway as protesters continue filing by... hundreds taking to the streets in denver, colorado... in california, students took part in walk-outs across the state, from los angeles to san fran that donald trump is fit to run our country because of all of the terrible things he said to people and all the terrible things he accuses people of doing. i just don't support that as the leader of our country." elected officials hopeful that president elect donald trump will be able to heal the rift this vicious presidential campaign has caused across the nation. garcetti says " the things that were said that were not partisan about women, about our muslim brothers and sisters, about immigrants. this campaign started remember with
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mexican-americans. those have a very long term and traumatic effect on people, and i hope that president elect trump can do things to repair those words that have been said and to be an example." on cam tag donald trump took to twitter actually upset about these protests and blaming the media for inciting the demonstrations. in new york city, rob schmitt, fox news. doing damage control after one company executive's comments about donald trump. some customers posted videos of themselves burning new balance sneakers on social media. that's after one of the company's vice presidents said things would move in the right direction with trump in the white house. but new balance now says the statement was referring to the trans pacific partnership. it also says that it supported some trade positions of trump, hillary clinton and bernie sanders. a day after donald trump was elected as the next u-s president --
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selected health plans on the healthcare-dot-gov website, according to the department of health and human services. wednesday is recorded as the busiest day since open enrollment began november first, when about 95-thousand signed up. the last day to enroll in or change plans for coverage to start january first, 2017 is december 15th, 2016. january 31st is the last day to enroll in or change a 2017 health plan. elect "donald trump" and president "barack obama" meet face to face. angelica joins us from the newsroom with the details of the historic meeting. the meeting took place yesterday.. in the oval office. it lasted about 90-minutes. they talked about domestic policy, and setting up a team to make the smooth transition into the white house come january. president obama said he was encouraged by trump's wanting to work with his team on issues facing the country. he also
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"most of all, i want to emphasize to you, mr. president-elect, that we now are going to want to do everything we can to help you succeed because if you succeed, then the country succeeds." while the president met with trump -- the first lady and future first lady also met... they shared tea and talked about raising a famil house. kim and jessob. back to you. after that meeting -- the two top leaders of the republican party came together for their first meeting since donald trump's historic win. president-elect trump...paul ryan and incoming vice president, mike pence.. had a midday meeting on capitol hill to chart out plans to help trump enact a sweeping conservative agenda. the three ate lunch and then ryan showed trump the platform under construction where he will be sworn in as the 45th president. the speaker noted on wednesday
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he was declared the winner. forecast from fox6 chief meteorologist rob haswell we are now behind a cold front that has ushered in some much cooler, more seasonal, air. highs today have already occurred with early morning temperatures in the low 50s. we will cool to the 40 there through the afternoon and then fall into the 20s and low 30s overnight. after a chilly start, we warm a bit saturday with highs in the low 50s. we keep warming sunday with highs in the mid 50s. we stay above average and mostly dry through late next week. today: partly to mostly sunny, windy and cooler. high: 48 wind: ne 15-25 mph
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wind: calm calm mph saturday: mostly sunny. high: 50 wind: sw 5-15 mph sunday: mostly sunny. am low: 38 high: 56 wind: sw 5-15 mph monday: partly sunny. am low: 40 high: 54 wind: ne 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny. am low: 41 high: 54 wind: wsw 5-10 mph wednesday:mostly sunny. am low: 40 high: 56
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mostly sunny. am low: 38 high: 56 wind: sw 5-15 mph monday: partly sunny. am low: 40 high: 54 wind: ne 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny. am low: 41 high: 54 wind: wsw 5-10 mph wednesday:mostly sunny. am low:
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terror striking in afghanistan ... the taliban has claimed responsibility for an attack at the german consulate in northern afghanistan ... that killed at least four people and wounded about one hundred more late thursday. local police said at least one suspect had been arrested in connection with the bombing. the taliban also issued a statement...saying the attack was in retaliation for airstrikes last
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was in jordan earlier in the week visiting with children affected by the syrian conflict. neeson who is a unicef goodwill ambassador was joined on the trip by his eldest son michael. they visited the za-atari refugee camp. while there they visited a school that operates in two shifts to help accomodate syrian children in the public education system. according to unicef over 8.5 million children have been severely affected since the conflict in syria erupted more than five years ago. a sad day for the music world.... canadian cohen has died cohen wrote a number of popular song including the hit "hallelujah." his 14-th studio album "you want it darker" was just released last month. besides songs, cohen also wrote novels and poetry. the cause of death is still unknown. he was 82 years old. ahead at five: today we say thank you to those that have served our country. the celebrations happening in our city. and then at six... officials in florida release body camera footage of the pulse nightclub shooting. the heartbreaking footage.. it's not christmas in new york
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christmas tree. just how high this year tree stands... it's the second largest -- ever! time now 4:xx you're taking a
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live look outside this
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kardashian! blac chyna and rob kardashian welcomed their daughter yesterday. they named her "dream." she was born at cedars-sinai hospital in los angeles and is the couple's first child together. chyna has a son, king cairo, with ex-fiance and rapper tyga. the couple has an e! reality paul mccartney is the latest super star to get in on the mannequin challenge craze. and, he aced it. in his entry, mccartney is frozen at the piano - looking to the sky. playing in the background is the rap song "black beatles." mccartney's caption reads "love
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following the ice bucket challenge and the harlem shake. and the harlem shake. it's not christmas in new york city without the rockefeller center christmas tree. the eichler eye'-kluhr family in oneonta oh-nee-ahn'-tuh , new york gave the massive tree a hug before it was cut down and loaded onto a trailer for the drive to 94 feet tall and 56 feet in diameter, it will be the second rockefeller center christmas tree ever. the lighting will take place on november 30th -- during the annual "christmas in rockefeller center" ceremony. its makeover includes more than 50-thousand multi-colored l-e-d lights and a
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"not my president, not my president. not my president." now at 5- protesters fill the streets of milwaukee...upset over donald trump's victory in the presidential election. plus - what president obama had to say to the president-elect in their first meeting together. the weather. rob's weather we are now behind a cold front that has ushered in some much cooler, more seasonal, air. highs today have already occurred with early morning temperatures in the low 50s. we will cool to the 40s and stay there through the afternoon and then fall into the 20s and low 30s overnight. after a chilly start, we warm a bit saturday with highs in the low 50s. we keep warming sunday with highs in the mid 50s. we stay above average and mostly dry through


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