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now at 7-- election officials are ready to count the votes again. whatwe recount for wisconsin's presidential election results. plus.. get your computers ready-- cyber monday is now underway. we're checking out some of the best online deals. good morning and welcome back to wakeup! time now x:xx weather we should see a break in the rain for most of the morning, although cloudy conditions and a few sprinkles will still stick around. another round of showers arrives this afternoon and continues
will stay mainly in the upper 40s. the forecast for tomorrow is looking warmer highs in the mid 50s with more sunshine possible in the afternoon - although models show us right on the edge of cloud cover to the west.wednesday takes our highs back down to the 40s, and mostly cloudy skies stick around into next weekend. today: mostly cloudy and windy. scattered showers. high: 49 wind: se 10-20 mph tonight: shower chances continue overnight. low: 43 wind: se/sw 5-15 mph anchor adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays delays
after a shooting. it happened in the area of 41st and lloyd around seven last night. we're told the victim is a 31-year-old milwaukee man. he was shot... and drove himself to a hospital. he died as he was being transferred to another hospital for treatment. police are still working to identify a suspect. milwaukee police also investigating a shooting in the area of 14th and arthur. it happened just before 11-30 last night. police tell us a woman in her mid- 20's was found shot in a car. she is being treated for a serious injury. the investigation is ongoing. get ready fo 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 julie collins joins us live with the latest:...julie? the wisconsin election commision is holding a special meeting this morning to go over the timeline of the recall... volunteer observers of wisconsins presidential recount will also meet later this week for special training.
volunteers lined up across the state. they wont be able to touch any ballots, but they will be able to question clerks if they come across any discrepancy. state green party official george martin says the state board of canvassers needs to report back by today at noon with a plan on how to proceed with recount. martin says the green party is ready to go to court on this issue - if they dont get a full hand recount of all votes. the campaign for former candidate jill stein raised money last week to pay for the recount efforts in wisconsin, michigan and pennsylvania. george martin, state green party official gm 'if it is not as we requested per our affidavit, we will be in court monday afternoon seeking that it be mandated.' seeking that it be mandated.' martin says a full cost wont be known until later this week -
dollars in the dairy state. the state election commission says the recount will begin in all wisconsin counties on thursday december 1st and it must be completed by tuesday december 13th. reporting live downtown milwaukee..julie collins fox 6 news. meanwhile-- president-elect donald trump and hillary clinton are both reacting to the news of the recount. nicole is in the newsroom with details. the hill announced it will be joining the recount effort. and jill stein -- the green party presidential candidate who launched the recount - is now going after clinton. dgx this weekend she tweeted.. "why would hillary clinton, who conceded the election to donald trump, want #recount2016? you cannot be on-again, off-again about democracy" president-elect donald trump called the recount effort a scam on saturday. and now -- he says something fraudulent did happen during the election. dgx the president-elect tweeted... "...in addition to winning the electoral college in a
millions of people who voted illegally." president-elec trump did not say where he got those numbers. dgx the president-elect also tweeting tonight: "serious voter fraud in virginia, new hampshire and california" -- claiming media bias. at this point, there is no evidence to support that claim. fox news is reporting milwaukee county sheriff david clarke will meet with president-elect donald trump today. clarke has been a longtime vocal supporter of mister trump -- although there's no word on if he is being offered a position. fox6 reachedu comment. we were told quote-- the sheriff doesn't have anything to say. happening today - a brown deer police officer charged with shooting a man outside a milwaukee county bus will be back in court. earlier this month devon kraemer waived her right to a preliminary hearing. a criminal complaint says kraemer and another officer took a belligerent passenger off a milwaukee county bus back in march... and kraemer ended up shooting the man in the back. the man in that shooting survived...
kraemer has been free on a five- thousand dollar signature bond while waiting for today's court date. also today -- we are expecting to learn more from new berlin police about the two people found dead in a home on last wednesday. an elderly man and woman were found with single gunshot wounds inside their home on hickory trail. when police arrived -- the 76-year-old man was already dead. the 71-year-old woman was taken to a hospital where she later died. the young girl who survived a deadly crash in caledonia is now out of the hospital. the girl's father --kevin killed in that same crash.police say a suspected drunk driver rear ended their car. the 25-year-old driver of the striking car was arrested for two counts of homicide by intoxicated use of a vehicle. a crowd funding memorial page was created to help the family. we have a link on our website, fox 6 now dot com. milwaukee police need your help finding a sexual assault suspect. it happened late saturday night... police say the suspect was caught on camera. they released this
state. police say this man was armed with a handgun at the time. if you recognize him or have any information - you are asked to give police a call. it's one of the biggest online shopping holidays of the year-- cyber monday. 122 million people are expected to participate. angelica joins us now with more on what big deals you can look for. amazon is expected to have more than 75-thousand sales today. the deals will continue throughout the week on a variety of products, including toys, electronics, video games and books. but amazon says so far this holiday season, the "most-watched deal" ha meanwhile-- walmart is ditching the cyber monday idea.... and replacing it with a whole cyber week.... the company launched its cyber deals on friday... and today it will be releasing even more for cyber monday. all of the deals will end at midnight on friday. and today is also a big day if you're looking for some travel deals. experts say slow summer travel sales should result in big
first week of december. trips to the caribbean and europe are expected to come cheap. before heading out for your holiday shopping, you'll want to pay attention. still ahead-- how to make sure you don't fall victim to a break, while gifts fill your car. plus-- don't miss your chance to be the first to see the newest stars wars. when you can get tickets to see
wakeup news. we should see a break in the rain for most of the morning, although cloudy conditions and a few sprinkles will still stick around. another round of showers arrives this afternoon and continues overnight. winds will be breezy from the southeast. highs today will stay mainly in the upper 40s. the forecast for tomorrow is looking warmer highs in the mid 50s with more sunshine possible in the afte show us right on the edge of cloud cover to the west.wednesday takes our highs back down to the 40s, and mostly cloudy skies stick around into next weekend. today: mostly cloudy and windy. scattered showers. high: 49 wind: se 10-20 mph tonight: shower chances continue overnight. low: 43 wind: se/sw 5-15 mph dick adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no
protecting what you buy. too many families are finding out the hard way -- thieves are breaking into your cars while you're out shopping for the holidays. fox6's jonathon gregg has more on how to prevent that from happening. breaking into the car..." tom almaghrabi knows first-hand what some people are after your holiday packages. 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
always going to be a car thief." between now and christmas, families may lose big ticket items. not only that-- since it is the holidays replacement glass is on short supply. "the thief is already out waiting for them." so consider yourself warned. 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 side of the left and 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. the wehr nature center has two events to get you in the holiday spirit --
carl is taking a look at both of those this morning, starting out with homemade holidays -- where kids can turn recycled and natural items into seasonal crafts. home-made holidays open house sat. dec. 3, 2016 11am to 3 pm children make gift items from recycled and natural materials. crafts to make. homemade holidays / 11am-3pm bring your children to wehr to create homemade gifts from natural, recyclable and reusable objects. children can make and take three different projects for the admission fee additional projects are $1.00 . stop by anytime during the open house hours to make your works of art. fee: $6 per child; $5 friends of wehr members; additional projects are $1 each pre-registration is required for scout groups; families and individuals may pay at door. recommended for children ages 5 and older. for details, go to
six.... a big happy birthday to shazia in germantown. time to find out who's turning six.... a big happy birthd she likes ballet, swimming and fashion. here's a big birthday smile from jacob. he likes basketball, playing xbox and playing with his little brother. it's time for isabella to celebrate. she likes dancing, gymnastics and helping her mom. wake up ayden in saukville-- it's your birthday. he likes fishing, building legos and swimming. there's six candles on daviana's birthday cake today.she likes riding her
7:xx and here's a look outside this morning - cloudy now, but more rain returns this afternoon. you might want the rain jacket instead of the umbrella, because it's also looking like a windy day. 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 help as he deals with an abnormality thats becoming debilitating. 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 his condition . without them i would have been more depressed i would have been isolated more my church family
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 can be devastating sometimes i feel real bad hes had 2 surgeries that each remove 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 has a 96% rate that he can resolve my issue and i love those odds despite sleepless nights, having
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, lodging, surgery and after care. we have a link to it on out website for those of you that would like to donate to help. a new look at an oscar "it's not easy for me to admit that i've been standing in the same place for 18 years!" "well, i've been standing with you! i got a life too. don't you think i had dreams and hopes? what about my life? what about me?" what are you gonna do? some people build fences to keep people out, and other people
wilson's pulitzer prize-winning play. experts say oscar nominations are near-locks for best picture, denzel washington for best actor, and viola davis for best supporting actress. the movie hits theaters christmas day. jessob/dgx the count down is on for the next star wars film... tickets are now on sale for "rogue one: a star wars story." news of the advance ticket sales came in a tweet from the official "star wars" twitter account. dgx fans have been eagerly waiting for details about "rogue one 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. there will be a recount for the election results in wisconsin. what we can expect from today's special meeting with the wisconsin election commission. a chicago police officer-- stripped of his gun. the latest on the investigation into last week's deadly officer-involved
toss to wx we should see a break in the rain for most of the morning, although cloudy conditions and a few sprinkles will still stick around. another round of showers arrives this afternoon and continues overnight. winds will be breezy from the southeast. highs today will stay mainly in the upper 40s. the forecast for tomorrow is looking warmer highs in the mid 50s with more sunshine possible in the afternoon - lt us right on the edge of cloud cover to the west.wednesday takes our highs back down to the 40s, and mostly cloudy skies stick around into next weekend. today: mostly cloudy and windy. scattered showers. high: 49 wind: se 10-20 mph tonight: shower chances continue overnight. low: 43 wind: se/sw 5-15 mph anchor adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no
you voted -- they counted. and now, state election officials will count again. wisconsin election officials are scrambling statewide, after a each and every vote in the state be re- checked. julie collins joins us live with the details - julie? the wisconsin election commission is holding a special meeting this morning to approve a proposed time line of the recount - this after green party leaders filed paperwork saying they are worried about exit polling data that didn't pan out. the green party raised more than 5 millions dollars in just a couple days to pay for this and 2 other
pennsylvania. state green party official george martin says volunteers across the state will not be allow to touch ballots - but they can stand by and observe. the campaign for former green party presidential candidate jill stein filed paperwork on friday, initiating a recount of the presidential vote. president-elect donald trumps victory over democrat hillary clinton was by a margin of 22- thousand votes. gm 'the machines may not have been accurate. but also there is human error - and also politics.' meeting with the wisconsin election commission they will discuss and approve the time line for the recount. they will also plan a training day for all county clerks and canvass members. the recount is set to begin thursday, december 1st and must be complete by tuesday december 13th. reporting live downtown milwaukee - julie collins. fox 6 news. cuba begins its official nine-day mourning today, after the death of fidel castro.
angelica joins us now with more. world leaders are weighing in on fidel castro's regime and the future of cuba. canadian prime minister is getting backlash for his statement saying that his family joined with the people in cuba in the "loss of a remarkable leader. dgx and in the u-s... president obama was also criticized for offering his condolences.. senator marco rubio.. a cuban- american.. tweeted the president's statement was "pathetic".. dgx president-elect donald trump also tweeted about castro when the news broke. than later released his own former leader a "brutal dictator" .. and that his legacy is one of "unimaginable suffering." senator rubio says he's confident the trump administration will bring the change the island nation needs in the wake of castro's death. a hearing is scheduled for today in the retrial for a former university of cincinnati police officer... but first-- new details about a deadly shooting in new orleans. jessob is in the newsroom with the latest. new orleans police beefing up security after a shooting in
nine others injured. it happened early yesterday morning on bourbon street. police arrested two people - but say they just happened to have illegal weapons on them. investigators are still searching for the suspected shooters. police believe the shooting stemmed from an argument between the two - who did not know each other before that night. the two men got into a fight earlier saturday night... then ran into each other again... this time shooting at each other. five of the victims have since been four remain hospitalized and are expected to survive. a cincinnati judge will meet with prosecutors and defense -attorneys today.. to talk about how a deadly police-shooting case will proceed. the prosecutor plans to re-try former university of cincinnati police- officer ray tensing, for the 20-15 shooting-death of sam dubose. the first trial ended in a hung-jury earlier this month. prosecutors are asking for a change-of-venue, for a second trial. the chicago police department
he shot and killed a teenager. surveillance video shows the chase before that shooting wednesday night. the sergeant told investigators that 19-year-old kajuan kah-won raye pointed a gun at him... twice.but officials say they found no gun at the scene. a preliminary report determined that raye was shot in the back. officials have taken away the sergeant's gun and badge. they have not released his name. it's back to normal today at the aurora west allis medical center after the facility was put on lc police were searching for a person who was possibly armed-- and suicidal. police eventually located the person-- who was deceased. aurora health officials say the lockdown was lifted a short time later. wisconsin's 10-day gun deer hunting season is officially over. butchers at bunzel's meat market say they took in about 25 percent more deer this year. they say they've processed about 200 deer during the season so far. wisconsin's muzzle loader season is next -- running now through december 7th. are you burned out from all the holiday deals yet?
are just a click away this cyber monday. plus-- heading to philly for monday night football! what the packers hope to deliver to the eagles on their home turf. carl is checking out holiday events at wehr nature center. carl adlibs tease [ zaps ] barry. future barry? do not go to the big-box store this weekend. wha-- just get a free tv from u.s. cellular. free tv? a free 58-inch samsung tv
you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. we should see a the morning, although cloudy conditions and a few sprinkles will still stick around. another round of showers arrives this afternoon and continues overnight. winds will be breezy from the southeast. highs today will stay mainly in the upper 40s. the forecast for tomorrow is looking warmer highs in the mid 50s with more sunshine possible in the afternoon - although models show us right on the edge of cloud cover to the west.wednesday takes our highs back down to the 40s, and mostly cloudy skies stick around into next weekend. today: mostly cloudy and windy. scattered showers. high: 49 wind: se 10-20 mph tonight: shower chances continue overnight. low:
traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays looking for something to do this weekend? how about an event for the kids that teaches them how to recycle, and decorate for the holidays at the same time. carl joins us now from the wehr nature center with more on homemade holidays. home-made holidays open house sat. dec. 3, 2016 11am to 3 pm children make gift items from recycled and natural materials. crafts to make. homemade holidays / 11am-3pm bring your children to wehr to create homemade gifts from natural, recyclable and reusable objects. children can make and take three different projects for the admission fee additional projects are $1.00 . stop by anytime during the open house hours to make your works of art. fee: $6 per child; $5 friends of wehr members; additional projects are $1 each pre-registration is required for scout groups; families and individuals may pay at door. recommended for children ages 5 and older. for details, go to the main site at
looking warmer highs in the mid 50s with more sunshine possible in the afternoon - although models show us right on the edge of cloud cover to the west.wednesday takes our highs back down to the 40s, and into next weekend. today: mostly cloudy and windy. scattered showers. high: 49 wind: se 10-20 mph tonight: shower chances continue overnight.
4th and 26, but they've played at philadelphia, where the packers play on monday night. and where the eagles are 4 and 0 this season". "i think some of the best trashing talking fans out there. i remember they were yelling at me when i was a backup. we were playing monday night up there in '06 or 07, and yelling at me about getting the splinters out of my butt. so i mean, i give them credit. good trash talk is tough to do". "they shot eggs at you on the bus as you come down the interstate into the stadium; so, actually looking forward to seeing it ha ha. keep your i'm not going to worry about it!". "the packers would love to quiet and calm down some of those fans, and hand the eagles their first home loss of the season on monday night. at lambeau field, tim van vooren, fox 6 sports". tim's reports tonight at five and six. the badgers moved up a
actually fell from 5th to 6th in the associated press poll. the top 4 in both are: alabama, ohio state, clemson, and washington. all paul chryst's team can control is what happens on the field. leo musso helped rally the hosts from a 17-7 halftime deficit to minnesota yesterday with 1 of four interceptions. the badgers have 21---number one in the nation among the majors-11 in the last 3 games! the soft spoken musso had an axe to grind in the locker room. he held up the rivarly trophy which had ben 12 straight games and talked to his teammates about playing wisconsin football. i'm a senior; so it was my last game at camp randall. we were down ten points. that wasn't us; so i just felt kind of convicted to say something". it's the 5th ranked badgers against number 8 penn state for the big ten championship. brand cruz's reports from indianapolis kickoff thursday
next saturday evening, starting at 6. the bucks in orlando tonight. john henson had a big game. he poured in a season-high 20 points. jason kidd liked the way he played against the magic in monday night's win. mirza teletovic contributed 6 of the 42 points off the bench..a big three! the bucks get their 2nd road victory, 104-96. the badgers all over prairie view a&m and the panthers lost at so have a marvelous monday as always can't wait to see you again this evening. the milwaukee county sheriff is expected to get together with the president-elect today. what we know about their meeting. a couple spends their thanksgiving getting married...
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