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9. tonight's big story: ready for a recount. a recount of the presidential vote totals in wisconsin is set to begin this week... and preparations are underway to make sure the massive effort goes smoothly. --that includes arrangements in case the issue goes to court! fox6s bret lemoine is live in the newsroom with the latest: the green party estimates wisconsins recount will cost more than a million dollars - a bill they are prepared to pay. but they also want what they're paying for - a hand recount of all ballots. officials tell me, they are ready to go to court if the clerks across the state dont comply. this week, expect a big crowd at suburban bourbon in muskego - but not for a meal. volunteers will soon be digesting a long list of 'dos and
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recount. gm 'as of right now, we have more than 3,000 observers registered.' state green party official george martin says volunteers across the state will not be allow to touch ballots -- gm 'but we can stand there to observe.' martin has been heavily involved in the proceeding since the campaign for former green party presidential candidate jill stein filed paperwork on friday, initiating a recount of the presidential vote. gm 'the machines may not have been accurate. but also there is human error - and also politics.' martin believes the discrepancy between exit polls and actual votes tab concern from all voters. gm 'that gap is so wide, that this statistically would only occur in one in every 800 presidential elections.' political expert mordecai lee says its doubtful a recount will change the results. hes equally suspicious the results... were tampered with in the first place. ml 'it would be really hard to hack and change
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accessible.' even so - marin says the stein campaign wants a hand-recount of the results - and martin says hes prepared to take the matter to court monday if a hand-recount is denied. leaders say their goal is simply to make sure the election was fair. gm 'if it is not as we requested per our affidavit, we will be in court monday afternoon seeking that it be mandated.' martin expects the recount will begin thursday. he says it should take no more than two recount efforts are also underway in michigan and pennsylvania. president-elect donald trumps victory over democrat hillary clinton was by a margin of 27- thouasnd votes. reporting live in the newsroom, bl, fox6 news. jenna thanks bret the hillary clinton campaign announced it will participate in the recount ... to ensure the process proceeds in a manner that is fair to all sides. meantime - president-elect donald trump said the election is over
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'scam.' he tweeted - "in addition to winning the electoral college in a landslide, i won the popular vote if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally. read the complete statements from president-elect donald trump and hillary clinton's campaign on this recount on our website -- fox six now dot com, and your fox six news mobile app. you can also take a look at the proposed time-line for this recount, which must be completed by december 13th. breaking news from milwaukee police. they're searching for a sexual assault suspect. the assault happen around 11:15 near 17th and state. the suspect is a black male in his 20"s, 5'7'-5'9", thin build. he was wearing dark clothing and a knit cap with a light colored brim. he also had a handgun. if you know anything call milwaukee police. a six-year-old girl hurt in a car crash on friday has been released from the hospital. the girl was returning home from a thanksgiving dinner with her dad - 39-year-old kevin dalley and her sister nine-year-old
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alleged drunk driver rear-ended their vehicle at 4 mile road. that driver - a 25-year-old racine man, was arrested on two counts of homicide by intoxicated use of a vehicle. this is his second owi--we are not naming him until he's charged. a garage attached to an auto body shop is a total loss in the tow of genesee. that's in waukesha county. fire official got the call for the structure fire at corys auto repair on they got there-- a garage was on fire. the man working inside escaped and called 911. his dog did not make it out. fire departments from 5 surrounding areas all helped get the fire under control. the cause of the fire is under investigation. a lockdown is lifted tonight at aurora west allis medical center. west allis police say the entire hospital went on lockdown this afternoon-- while officers searched for a person who was possibly armed and suicidal. the person was eventually found
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released. a few rain showers are possible this evening, with rain likely across se wi overnight. temperatures will rise through the 40s as warm air moves in. the wind will pick up as well. cloudy, windy and warm on monday with off-and-on areas of rain. 0.50"- 1.00" of rain possible. a few rumbles of thunder are possible as well. temperatures will warm into the upper 40s on monday afternoon. mostly cl with a high in the low-to-mid 50s. we drop into the 40s by mid-week. tonight: rain likely overnight. wind picking up. low: 43 wind: se 10-20 mph monday: areas of rain, possibly a t- storm. windy and warmer. high: 49 wind: se
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if you shopped this thanksgiving weekend, you obviously weren't alone. 154 million bargain hunters crept into department stores and beyond to spend. but in the process they saved big. fox 6's brittany shannon is live from bayshore town center with the weekend shopping r shoppers...spending less money. the people i talked to today said they couldn't stay away. the deep discounts had them coming back for more all weekend long. like the tradition of turkey...so is gobbling up deals the day after... "21:45 about two weeks in advance we map it out and see where were going to go 21:49" this year, for many, the map leading here...to kohl's... "26:24 i started friday, in here. 27" "it's the weekend roundup of shopping. according
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up. the most popular gift purchased is clothing" "21:18 ive been out all weekend pretty much at bayshore and i went to the outlets as well, it was kinda crazy at first but for the sales you just have to stand in line and bear with it 28" and it paid off big for many shoppers. 26:0 i saved over 100 bucks 26:09 21:33 wow probably about 300 400 bargain hunters hit the ground running this thanksgiving weekend. that's according to the national retail federation which also shows the average consumer spent about 289 bucks. that's ten dollars less than last year. shoppers say it's all thanks to deep discounts. "21:06 theyre actually really good this year. 08" "25:51 it was amazing" over the weekend, more consumers shopped online than in-store.
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same deals online as in-store. of course, tomorrow is cyber monday, 122 million people are expected to participate. in glendale, brittany shannon, fox 6 news. and to help you get ready for cyber monday - go to fox 6 now dot com-- we have 7 tips that will help save you the most bucks and find the best deals! don't let black friday and small business saturday turn into a "big loss" on sunday. car break-ins happen year holidays there might be more to lose. fox6's jonathon gregg joins us outside to explain... a glass repair business on milwaukee's south side has been replacing busted windows all weekend..the owner says ...crooks are working in all areas of the city. in a season known for
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into the car..." tom almaghrabi sees first-hand what some people take. "look inside a car, move on to the next car." almaghrabi owns a glass repair shot on south 27th street. on saturday, three cars were inside... "a back window, a door glass and a door glass.." five more cars lined up outside.. "also door glass." all broken into since black friday. and while almaghrabi says crooks work year-round "there is no season. a car thief is always going to be a car thief." families may lose big ticket items. not only that-- since it is the holidays replacement glass is on short supply. so consider yourself warned as you continue your end-of-year shopping. almaghrabi says thieves are watching you as you leave the store. if you have more shopping to do, he says put all your bags in the trunk and move your car before going back in. "100 feet away from where you parked your car or on other
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went home." and never leave shopping bags or anything valuable in plain sight. "i mean it happened to me in the past, my own personal car." because to a thief leaving valuables on the seat is like leaving the door wide open. "do not leave anything give them chance to break in. if you're like me--your trunk is fi so clear all that out before you go shopping so you don't have to leave packages in the front and put yourself at risk of being ripped off.. reporting live in brown deer, jonathon gregg fox6 news. the only thing he's said about working for the incoming administration is that he's the sheriff of milwaukee county and will be until that changes. tomorrow sheriff david clarke meets with president-elect
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thanks for helping with the campaign? what we know about the visit. in a city full of restaurants, why should you care about this one? because of where it is--and why it's there. it might just be the next hot place to eat in milwaukee. and a trip to the barber dramatically changed his life. for the worse. the rare condition he now has and why his insurance company refuses to help.
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as president-elect donald trump prepares for the transition of power... his senior adviser is speaking out on contendors for secretary of state. fox's kristin fisher has the story. senior adviser kellyanne conway says that she already shared her feelings about mitt romney
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public in a very big way on three separate sunday shows -- she blasted mitt romney as the wrong man for the job of secretary of state. she questioned his credentials, his loss in 2012, and most importantly -- his loyalty -- to the president elect. conway says: "people feel betrayed to think that governor romney who went out of his way to question the character and the intellect and the integrity of donald trump, now our president -elect, significant cabinet post of all, secretary of state. and that is a decision that only one man can make, president-elect donald trump. i will respect it and i will support it 1000 percent but i'm reflecting what the grassroots are saying." some of the other top contendors for secretary of state are former new york city mayor rudy giuliani -- former u.n. ambassador john bolton -- tennessee senator bob corker -- and retired general david petraus. mr. trump has already made four appointments to his cabinet. betsy devos for education secretary kansas congressman mike pompeo for director of the cia south carolina governor nikki haley for u.n. ambassador. and alabama senator jeff sessions for attorney general.
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and today -- florida senator marco rubio gave us a taste of who should sail through and who will likely run into trouble. todd says: "so you're not ready to say if you'll support the confirmation of jeff sessions as attorney general? rubio says: "no, i never do until that person works their way through the process. now, in the case of pompeo and nikki haley, they'll come through our committee. i think they were a good choice." the interview process will continue tomorrow in new york. mr.trump is set to meet with at least 8 people for a variety of roles in his administration. in washington kristen fisher fox news. meeting with president-elect donald trump tomorrow - milwaukee county sheriff david clarke. clarke has been a longtime vocal supporter of mister trump -- although there's no word on if he is being offered a position. fox6 reached out to clarke's office for comment. we were told quote-- the sheriff doesn't have anything to say. we don't do restaurant reviews here at fox six....and we don't usually cover restaurant openings. but one opened this week that got the attention of fox 6 photojournalist jeff frings---he
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nats.... if you are fast enough.... and energetic enough.... to keep up with caitlin cullen for...oh i don't know five minutes....you'll see hints of her former career blending nicely with her newest passion. of the two things i love...i loved teaching but it drove me crazy...it drove me to cook bagels in the dark to calm myself... it's probably not accurate to say the former teacher and school principal is calm--no one taking on a project like this would be serene---but she's clearly at peace. and obviously fully vested in a project
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taste it. 45:03 i wouldn't sink all my money and time into something i don't believe in" the "something" is a restaurant in a milwaukee neighborhood crying out for development. we're in lindsay heights baby...lindsay heights... me "not the trendiest of neighborhoods... her it depends whose trends you're neighborhoodlindsay heights-on the north side has a 40 percent poverty rate but that didn't scare cullen. if anything, it attracted her. "when you yell jobs in a neighborood where people need work it's not challenging to find a good staff..everyone is happy to be here" she sensed people would like a place like this to eat...and to
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places she could have chose, she chose here...so it says a lot about her character for one...but her attitude and her personality...i just love her" the resumes of those seeking work might have been thin---their desire to prove she came to the right place was not. "the moment i met her i as like...if you're willing to let me work, i'm here...from the moment she opened her mouth, i said..that's the boss i want" would-be servers and chefs and bartendr learn the restaurant world as cullen was to teach them. they will ride this dream together.....in tandem...the name is not a coincidence. "a tandem bike you have a lot more power when you're on it together...it requires a bit more but you get more" and like a tandem bike ride can weave through neighborhoods, the tandem hopes to draw diners from all over.... "it's designed to connect communities..there's a huge line
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not changing the world, we're just a restaurant but lindsay heights deserves a great restaurant" her staff senses she might just be changing the world...one meal at a time. "my mom used to say it's the family that eats tother is closer..and even if you're just friends it brings you closer together over good food, we have something to talk about." i want it to be a neighborhood joint...milwaukee's just a really big neighborhood" cullen's dad and uncles owned in detroit--also named "the tandem". it's located on west fond du lac avenue between 18th and 19th streets. you'll find more on hours and the menu on the links page of our website -- fox six now dot com, or your fox six
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chat and it started with shave at the barber shop.. and ended with a devastating disease. why this milwaukee man's insurance - won't help. and up next - all aboard - the
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the real inventor of the reuben sandwich may be debatable, but its great taste is not. at subway, this authentic classic is stacked with lean corned beef, bavarian-style sauerkraut, swiss cheese and thousand island
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all aboard! the canadian pacific railroads holiday train is gearing up for its 18th annual journey from canada into the united states. it is scheduled to pass through
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the holiday train raises food and cash for north american food banks. for a list of stops go to fox6now.com and click on links. a few rain showers are possible this evening, with rain likely across se wi overnight. temperatures will rise through the 40s as warm air moves in. the wind will pick up as well. cloudy, windy and warm on monday 0.50"- 1.00" of rain possible. a few rumbles of thunder are possible as well. temperatures will warm into the upper 40s on monday afternoon. mostly cloudy and warmer on tuesday with a high in the low-to-mid 50s. we drop into the 40s by mid-week. tonight: rain likely overnight. wind picking up. low: 43 wind: se
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possibly a t- storm. windy and warmer. high: 49 wind: se 15-25 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy and warmer. am low: 43 high: 53 wind: sw 5-15 mph it's a devastating condition.. massive mounds of skin growing on this milwaukee man's face and neck.. why his insurance company won't help him.. chances are you've heard of the unmanned aei as drones. wait until you see what one man is
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living with a life-altering condition with no financial means to get the procedure desperately needed. fox 6s derica williams introduces you to a milwaukee man who needs your abnormality thats becoming debilitating. nats in front of the congregation at hampton avenue church of christ. nats keith crowell feels a sense of belonging my church family here we love each other they provide support and compassion for
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depressed i would have been isolated more my church family gives me that spiritual uplifting i so much needed crowell developed keloids on his skin about 12 years ago. i had a bad reaction when i went to a barber and he gave me shave and kicked me on both sides instead of healing mounds of skin continued to grow on his face and neck. it ca i feel real bad hes had 2 surgeries that each removed nearly 40 pounds of flesh , but those operation proved to be unsuccessful as the growths returned in a bigger form. i want to be like a normal person he now has that opportunity after locating a specialist to help his situation. theres a doctor in new york that can solve my solution . he
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i love those odds despite sleepless nights, having difficulty swallowing and hearing properly as a result of the keloids, crowell says his insurance has denied him financial help to pay for removal. they rejected my claim saying it was cosmetic surgery i feel its not cosmetic this is my livelihood this is my life right here a gofundme page has been set up to help crowell raise money for airfare, surgery and after care. we have a link to it on out website for those of you that would like to donate to help. new at 9 - the 2016 gun deer season is officially in the books. the 9-day season ended at dusk. preliminary numbers from the wisconsin department of natural resources shows state-wide deer harvest is down this season by about three percent, or about 16,000 deer. but local butcher bunzel's meat
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we have quite a bit of work to go around here. our numbers are up 25 percent from last year. we've stayed busy we work around the clock here. final statewide harvest numbers for the season will be released in the coming days. homelessness in wisconsin declined by more than double the national rate this year. that's according to figures from the u.s. department of housing and urban development. it says homelessness across the state was down about 6 percent this year compared to 2015. from the beginning of time, humans have raced in one way or another. technology has added to the specter of racing and now it's allowed for a new way to compete. tonight, brandon cruz goes beyond the game and into the world of drone racing. "its one of those things thats if i dont go out and fly, at least within a couple days, i kind of feel strange." having a passion that's also a job is a rarity. but it's exactly what
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play everyday. "i was given a drone as a christmas bonus, actually, at a hobby shop that i worked for. and we put camera gear on it and the hook was set so to speak. ... that was christmas 2014. so, its been a year and change." in that time, suangka's past helped form the bond and interest he has in piloting drones. "i used to race rc cars very competitively. i grew up, my dad raced o- rc car so i probably wouldnt go break my neck." now, with the remote control cars put away, he's safely parked in a chair, goggles on, and he's flying through a race course set up in a backyard. "to see a new racing sport kind of come through the ranks of what other motor sports have done, the pilot jitters, the mental game, the tech preparation, what you should change, what you shouldnt change before a very big race, race strategies, pit management, all that sort of stuff. " "racing enthusiasts are going to love this anyway because of that component. but when you put these on, you step into a different world." "people say you feel like a bird. but i say
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fast as you want. you can go as slow as you want. you can flip over, spin around sideways, do all sorts of crazy maneuvers that kind of only happen in your dreams." but this is happening, only through a radio frequency connecting the drone to the goggles through the lens of a camera. "you start to lean your head. you lean forward and back. youll duck down when you go under branches. its, i dont know if immersive is the right word for it, but its maybe more than that. you really feel it type of tin goes away. you put the goggles on. you go somewhere else and you take them off and unfortunately you wake back up sometimes." cory kroll travels the world for drone racing as he does the timing and scoring for the races. "a lot of races its 4 to 6 guys out there flying at once and its a timed race. so it can get pretty exciting when theyre all flying through gates and flying around different obstacles. guys
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natural gates and events. so it can get really exciting that way too." competition, however, isn't the only part of drone racing. kroll sees an educational aspect, especially for the younger generations. "heres a way that we can get them involved in engineering. get them involved at their schools in learning the stem, the math and sciences, that sort of thing. and hopefully it gets a whole new generation interested in the education and the engineering parts of what drone racing is all about." "technology advances so rapidly that theres kind of a learni what you like, what trends to follow, what updates to do, what software to chase, what wires to solder. so there is a very technical aspect of it that i think attracts a certain type of person." whoever it is piloting, there's some part of the sport that keeps them up in the air. for suengka, it's simple. "you really want to go out and do this stuff. its very, very fun. it makes you sweat,
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in experience." brandon cruz, fox 6 sports. the creativity of the sport allows for unlimited courses and places where races of any level of experience can take place. for those interested in learning more and participating, there are a number of drone user groups in southeastern wisconsin and northern illinois. controversy for kneeling during the national anthem.. now 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick is back in the spotlight,.. why he was booed by dolphins fans sunday as he took the field. and former cuban leader fidel castro has died.. what will it mean to u.s. and cuba relations? the new administration weighs in.. we have quite a bit of rain
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christmas came a little early for "star wars" fans. and movie-goers love "moana." here's tonight's buzz. "moana" topped the box office this thanksgiving weekend. the disney animated film took the number one spot --- bringing in more than 81 only to "frozen" as the biggest thanksgiving debut of all time. "fantastic beasts and where to find them" came in second with just over 45- million-dollars. and "doctor strange" rounds out the top three. actor ron glass has died . glass is best known for his role as detective ron harrison on the police sitcom "barney miller." the actor passed friday night of heart failure. glass was 71. disney announces that tickets for
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"rogue one" is both a spinoff of "star wars" and a prequel. it revolves around a group of rebels seeking to steal the plans for the death star. it debuts in theaters on december 16th. and that's the buzz. get ready for more rain. weather expert tom wachs is coming up with the forecast. plus - suddenly gone. the massive landslide caught on camera - by a drone. and picking the perfect gift. how shoppers in franklin were finding one-of-a-kind items.
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the real inventor of the reuben sandwich may be debatable, but its great taste is not. at subway, this authentic classic is stacked with lean corned beef,
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sing on new freshly-baked rye bread. only at subway. new at ten ... a major deadline change ... for students applying for financial aid to college. what you'll need to know if you're looking for loans. if unique gifts are what youre after this christmas... the holiday craft and gift expo was the place to be this weekend. and as julie collins shows us it is just as much fun for the
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the customers. 'oh i like that.' coming to the holiday craft and gift expo is a tradition for sheri corigiat and her friends. 'thats kind of cool.' they are on the hunt for unique gifts this holiday season. 'every year we come out, we bring our little list of stuff that we need.' thats easy to do at this show...there's over 175 venders selling anything from homemade holiday decoration items. 'that is something we have tried to grow and it continues to get larger.' many artists are local - but this one brings his talents from across the globe. 'this is the best item for the christmas. and no two ornaments, made by this egyptian glass blower, are the same. 'each one is special, unique you cannot find 2 pieces exact the same, even if i want to make it exact same i
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dont use, its all free hand, i dont use any models, no pattern to follow. whatever comes to my head i make it.' for this artist, the smiles he gets from cutomers is just as special as a purchase. 'i feel proud and i feel like im touching the sky because people here are appreciating the art. and the shoppers like sherri corgiat go home happy too - 'yes! theres been a few years where weve brought a truck.' sherri corigiat; oostburg in franklin...julie collins. fox 6 news. adlib to wx weather a few rain showers are possible this evening, with rain likely across se wi overnight. temperatures will rise through the 40s as warm air moves in. the wind will pick up as well. cloudy, windy and warm on
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0.50"- 1.00" of rain possible. a few rumbles of thunder are possible as well. temperatures will warm into the upper 40s on monday afternoon. mostly cloudy and warmer on tuesday 50s. we drop into the 40s by mid-week. tonight: rain likely overnight. wind picking up. low: 43 wind: se
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possibly a t- storm. windy and warmer. high: 49 wind: se 15-25 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy and warmer. am low: 43 high: 53 wind: sw 5-15 mph wednesday:mostly cloudy and cooler. low: 41 high: 45 wind: sw 5-10 mph thursday: mostly cloudy. areas of drizzle possible. am low: 36 high: 45 wind: w 5-10 mph friday:
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high: 39 wind: nw 5-10 mph saturday: mostly cloudy and cool. am low: 28
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wicked weather across italy. wind, rain and flooding resulting in a landslide in genoa. overnight this wall came down. people there say those nearby heard a rumble, then a bang
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the area is being checked out before officials let anyone back. thousands of tourists make their way to china... to catch a glimpse of this - it's a sea of waterfall clouds over mountain peaks at a national forest park. it happens after days of rain and low temperature. this area of china is officially recognized as a world heritage site. the cuban flag is flying at half-staff at the cuban embassy in washington after the death of fidel castro. and tonight - some are wondering of relations between the united states and cuba.. fox's garrett tenney takes a look. garrett on cam intro says: "in the short term, the future of u-s - cuba relations will largely be decided by republicans... particularly president-elect donald trump. over the last few years, the obama administration took steps to re-open both political and economic relations with cuba." but this morning on fox news sunday incoming white house chief of
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trump plans to renegotiate the u-s agreements with cuba priebus says" "what that deal is yet to be determined, but there is going to have to be some movement from cuba in order to have a relationship with the united states." florida senator marco rubio is another harsh critic of the castro regime saying he does not expect to see any dramatic changes from the communist nation despite castro's death. rubio says: "that transition happened about a decade ago and so his death is a histoc a psychological one for a lot of people but from a practical standpoint, cuba today is governed exactly the same way as it was 48 hours ago." 16 on the other side of the aisle, senator bernie sanders argued it's important for the u-s to work with those it disagrees with and defended president obama's statement which offered the castro family his condolences. sanders says: "the united states of america has relations with china, we've had relations with brutal dictatorships all over the world. the goal right now is to see that we
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we can to improve their economy, and to make sure that the younger generation does better than their older generation." garrett on cam tag says:: "fidel castro's funeral is scheduled for december 4th and we are still waiting to see who, if anyone, in from u-s will be sent as an official representative. in washington, i'm garrett tenney, fox news." 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick was booed by dolphins fans sunday as he took the field. kaepernick wo t-shirt during a press conference in august. last week a reporter with the miami herald asked why he would wear such a t-shirt. kaepernick said he respected how castro focused more on their education system than the prison system. ten people were shot early this morning in new orleans. the shooting happened in the popular bourbon street area of the french quarter. the area was crowded because of the thanksgiving holiday and the bayou classic football game at the superdome. police say they have
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arrests on this scene. one of the victim's was in possession of a firearm. another subject who perhaps may or may not be affiliated with this event was arrested in possession of a firearm. in addition to eight other firearms arrests we've made over the past 24 hours. one of those victims has died. the shooting victim's range in age from 20 to 37 -- no word on the condition of the survivors. a disturbing story out of oklahoma. fire crews were called out to a home 9-year-old boy soaked in gasoline and on fire. the child was taken by an air ambulance to the hospital. fire crews say they are uncertain how or why there was gasoline on the boy. police in indiana say multiple people were hurt and sent to the hospital after a car crashed into a restaurant. it happened saturday afternoon at mccordsville. two women were in the vehicle that crashed into hancock county restaurant. the cause of the crash is being
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marshals and now.. the fbi. thats because detectives say this fugitive ended an argument with a gun, killing two people fox6's jonathon gregg 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 of summer, at a time it's a high traffic area." two milwaukee families were swept 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 the witnesses saw the 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
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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 brown jr. and michael reed. in 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 lowes "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 is six-foot-2 and weights 240 pounds. he has dark hair and brown eyes. strickland is wanted on two counts of first degree intentional homicide. police believe he's hiding out in milwaukee, but possibly chicago. if you have
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police at 414-935-7360. 10pm open our big story at ten-- preparing for the count. this week, wisconsin's presidential the green party wants a hand count-- and if that doesn't happen... it could end up in court. fox6s bret lemoine is live in the newsroom with new details. the wisconsin elections commission has scheduled a meeting for monday morning to address some of the logistics of the recount. the green party is holding firm on their request... for a hand recount of all ballots. this banquet hall will soon be the backdrop of a massive
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expect participation from people from all parts of the state.' state green party official george martin says three thousand volunteers across the state will not be allow to touch ballots -- gm 'but we can stand there to observe.' martin has been heavily involved in the proceeding since the campaign for former green party presidential candidate jill stein filed paperwork on friday, initiating a recount of the presidential vote. gm 'there is no smoking gun - but there is so much peripheral evidence that something is going on. we take a good look at this.' political expert mordecai lee says its doubtful a recount will change the results. hes equally suspicious the results... were tampered with in the first place. ml 'even if they change the numbers on the website, they cant change the number of the actual count - the canvass.' even so - marin says the stein campaign wants a hand-recount of the results - and martin says hes prepared to take the matter to court monday if a hand-recount is denied. leaders say

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