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slip and fall so i just came out a little earlier to try and get it up, put a little salt down to keep everybody safe 22:00" now at 4:30... snow finally hits wisconsin! winter delivery and what to expect moving forward. also this morning... the snow didn't bother the pack. we have highlights from the team and their big win at lambeau. good morning and thanks for starting your day with wakeup. lets go straight to our fox6 weather expert rob haswell in the weather
significant snowfall of the season. the department of public works got an early start yesterday, sending out over 100 salt trucks. and while the snow has stopped falling early in the day-- trucks were out late into the night. fox 6 brittany shannon has more. a snow-covered lot... but not after dewayne harris is through. "22:13 pastor asked me could i do the snow down here and here i am 22:16" he plows the lot at unity gospel house of prayer. "21:53 you dont want
to try and get it up, put a little salt down to keep everybody safe 22:00" even on the first snow of the season...people here brave the weather...for church. "26:55 maybe a little less full tonight a few people may decide to stay in but for the most part our congregation does come out regardless of the weather 27:01" drivers say the situation sunday was mostly wet... "26:24 the roads were a little bit of water little it of moisture on ground but not too slippery it seemed like the salt trucks had been out a little bit 30" 102 salt trucks to be exact. the department of public works salting evening. we caught up with some people on foot...who say the sidewalks could use some more work. "15:28 slippery really slippery 32" the first snow not scaring people away. church and duty, calling these drivers out.. "23:11 i want to do my part to make sure theyre safe just like the plow trucks are making sure were safe 13" now that winter weather is here, the department of public works reminds drivers to give each other plenty of room on the roads. that includes dpw trucks
fox 6 news. meanwhile-- while it was relatively calm on the roads yesterday, a wisconsin state trooper sent out this photo as a reminder to stay safe in the snow. in a facebook post he said: "this is the 1st snowfall of the year and the wisconsin state patrol has already lost a cruiser." the trooper is ok, but suffered from some minor injuries in the crash. happening overnight-- milwaukee police are in shooting in the area of 40th and thurston. happening just before 10 last night-- police say a 25-year-old man was shot during an shooting between him and another person. the 25-year-old was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. the other man involved in the incident is just 19-years-old. he remained on scene and is coopering with police. one of the men arrested in connection to a shootout on i-43 last december will be in court today. martez maclin-dyson was arrested following the incident along with 2
dyson now was arrested and later charged in connection with three previous shootings-- including the murder of tony vance in november of last year. dyson is expected to be in court at 9 a-m today. 4 days of recounted votes are in the books. but as our state continues with the recount efforts-- how much of an impact are we seeing so far? angelica joins us from the newsroom with new information. wisconsin crossed a milestone sunday in the election recount -- more than 1 million votes have now been counted up a second time. reported some or all of their results, president- elect donald trump has picked up about 40 more votes than hillary clinton. six counties have finished their recounts -- none in our area. in racine county, election inspectors worked through the packers game on sunday -- and are now just about halfway-through the count. were not seeing significant changes. its typical of a recount where you go through everything again. you find things where people have used a
hand-counting some of those mr trump won wisconsin by more than 22-thousand votes. the recount continues after a federal judge refused to immediately stop it on friday. the judge has scheduled a hearing for this friday to consider the request from two pro-trump groups. kim and jessob. back to you. as for the recounts in two other states-- it's up to the courts whether they even get started. attorneys for jill stein will seek an emergency federal court order in pennsylvania to try and get a statewide michigan-- a judge is expected to decide if a halted recount can get underway immediately or if election officials will have to wait until another court hearing wednesday. packer fans rejoice! after a tough november the packers brace the elements of december and come out on top! as usual, the difference was aaron rodgers. the rollout and the dart to a well covered randall cobb-- putting the packers on top 7 - 0. then it was jordy nelson with his 10th t-d of the season! the texans added 13 points of their own
21-13. tim van vooren has more from lambeau. "houston has a problem as in snow. not every texan is used to this. quite honestly not every packer is used to this. but the home team handles it better than the visitors on sunday." "i try not to bring conditions into it too much. i approach every play the same but there's a couple plays early on where i had to get used to the footing cause it was a little slippery, kind of like a rain game. it's about the same so i was, i definitely had a lot more energy for my first snow game and it was a lot of fun." "it was actually my first time playing in snow so you just do it. just want to play ball and once you out there you just wanna stay warm." "it's december football. especially in northern wisconsin, green bay. those are the kind of games that we enjoy especially when we get to put our hand in the mess in the dirt or the snow, kind of getting after the other team. that's fun." "packers head coach mike mccarthy improves to 19 and three in home games during the month of december with sunday's victory.
brewers founder and former m-l-b commissioner bud selig has been elected to baseball's hall of fame. he was voted in by members of the "today's game era" committee. after bringing the brewers to milwaukee and owning the team, he served as major league baseball's commissioner from 1992 thru his retirement in 2015. selig will be inducted into the york on july 30th, 2017. looking to re-develop a large part of milwaukee. still ahead-- how city leaders are hoping to fill a vacancy on the city's north side. plus-- progress on a controversial pipeline is halted. the latest from north dakota. plus-- the death toll continues to rise after a fire inside a california warehouse. what investigators have learned about the blaze. time now 4:xx you're taking a
foot vacancy in milwaukee since 2003. and now city leaders are approach on how to fill it. a new partnership aims to redevelop the citys north side-- including the old northridge mall site. fox6s bret lemoine shares new details. cl 'we dont want to see any other business leave the area.' alderwoman chantia lewis says she has a plan to turn things around: lewis is announcing a partnership between the department of city development and uw-milwaukees community solutions group. together, lewis hopes fresh ideas will spur redevelopment on the far north side. new retail... condos...
see something out of the box. we dont want to do with the same old same old.' but businesses continue to fold or relocate... including target... pick n save... and aldis. gs 'if there are any business ceos listening - come on in this area.' lewis calls the northridge site the 'gem' of all plans going forward... but it could also be the citys biggest stumbling block: the facility is privately owned by a chinese company. the city and other stakeholders will have to work around the owners current plans for their property... which market. cl 'if you think about it, everything is made in china. everything gets imported here. glasses, couches and dishes.' the chinese market has been talked about for years... but has never materialized. at one point, penzys spices was interested in buying the site... but that never happened either. reporting live in milwaukee, bl, fox6 news. a warehouse goes up in flames in california!
death toll continues to rise. plus-- putting a stop to the north dakota pipeline-- for now. the recent decision from the federal government and how people are reacting to it. and the recovery effort continues..... as residents getting to see the damage left behind from wildfires in tennessee. time now 4:xx you're taking a live look outside this morning..
pipeline-- put on hold-- for now. the federal government has put the breaks on the mostly finished project. this after fierce opposition from a local native american tribe, environmental activists, and military veterans. fox's kelly wright has more. oil pipeline in the midwest... with the u-s army corps of engineers announcing it will not grant an easement for the dakota access pipeline. the project fiercely opposed by the nearby standing rock sioux tribe and others. the army says there's more work to do ... releasing a statement, which reads in part... "the best way to complete that work responsibly and expeditiously is to explore alternate routes for
completed, the 3-point-8 billion dollar pipeline would run some 12- hundred miles through four states, carrying up to 570-thousand barrels of crude oil a day. the pipeline was mostly finished... with the company building it just needing permission to cross under a missouri river reservoir. bearcub says: "..this is the best news that i've heard forever - best news for native whole united states - all the people. water is so precious.'' not everyone is cheering the decision, however. house speaker paul ryan tweeting, quote... "this is big-government decision-making at its worst. i look forward to putting this anti-energy presidency behind us." on cam tag all of this could change once president-elect trump is in the white house. he has already said he will bring back another controversial project - the keystone x-l pipeline. in new york, kelly wright, fox
the company building the dakota access oil pipeline criticizing the decision. energy transfer partners releasing a statement late sunday calling it, quote-- "just the latest in a series of overt and transparent political actions by an administration which has abandoned the rule of law in favor of currying favor with a narrow and extreme political constituency." meanwhile -- bernie sanders responding by tweeting -- "in 2016, we should not continue to trample on native american sovereignty. and we should not become the death toll continues to rise after a warehouse fire in california. angelica joins us from the newsroom with new information. officials now say 33 bodies have been found...and firefighters expect to find more. crews are painstakingly searching through the rubble of the burned out building. the fire broke out during a dance party late friday night. oakland's mayor says a criminal investigation team has been
some lucky elementary school students in glendale had t cop." julie collins shows us how the annual event to help children with their holiday shopping. among the holiday shoppers at the bayshore kohls today - many police officers chasing kids suspected of being kind. 'because i dont want other people to feel lonely. right, you want to make everyone happy on christmas? yeah.' and hunter geo has a plan - 'cuz i came here early yesterday and figured out all the stuff i
parkway elementary who were given the opportunity to shop with a cop. 'just trying to brighten the kids holiday season, christmas time, just trying to make it a special day for them.' each were given 100 dollars to spend however they saw fit. hunter choose to buy for others. 'what are some things on the list?'while the "shop with a cop" event is about giving deserving children a special christmas, it's also designed to create a relationship between community. for hunter it was extract special because he looks up to officer nate hoffmann. 'because he protects us. and hes nice and he even paid a couple dollars for me to have all this stuff.' 'after the shopping all of the students and officers walked down to ipic for an afternoon of bowling and lunch and they got ot wrap their gifts. it was an afternoon of a lot of holiday fun, reporting at
fox 6 news.' the students who participated were nominated by their teachers based on financial need - and their grades in school. ahead at five: a mother deployed ovrseas... has a surprise christmas gift for her son. and then at six... a warning for anyone looking to rent an apartment. how to protect yourself in a contact six report coming up. the reason people are waiting in long lines outside toys r us. the two hottest gift items that are selling out fast! time now 4:xx you're taking a
time now 4:xx you're taking a live look outside this morning.. and a reminder : join fox six for a special coats for kids collection wednesday. our to steinhafels in waukesha -- collecting coats of all sizes -- new or gently used. the first 200 people to donate at least four coats will get a pair of ticket vouchers to see the harlem globetrotters on new years eve at the bmo harris bradley center find more details on our website fox6now.com. "try again." "i am groot." "mmhm." "i am groot."
a new trailer has been released for one of the most highly anticipated sequels. guardiuans of the galaxy 2 released just it's second trailer and already the movie is generating a huge buzz. the first movie in the franchise made well over a billion dollars world wide! that was back in 20-14. and the cast includes one new face-- "baby groot." the movie is set to come out may of 20- 17. trending now-- shoppers lined up at toys-r-us stores for two of the hottest and hardest to get items of the holiday season. participating toys-r-us stores announced the sale of the nintendo n-e-s classic and the breakout toy "hatchimals." some stores only had about 30 of each toy for sale. both toys retail for about 60-dollars each. experts say the huge demand and limited release of the nintendo nes classic is driving some re-sellers to double the prices online.
at regency mall this weekend-- making kids of all ages and abilities have a wonderful holiday season. good ol' saint nick spent his time meeting with children and sharing his hidden talent of sign language with a select group. the children appreciate the idea that they can come and talk to me talk to santa without having to go through their parents or their sibling so interpret for them the thoughtfulness, is a touching gesture as the kids really felt part of that magical experience. theres even a mailbox set up outside their letter and communicate with him however they choose. "first few snowfalls everyone has to get back into the groove." now at 5- some fresh powder on
rachael kaye breaks down the totals across the viewing area. plus -- a milestone hit in the election recount here in wisconsin. and whats happening in other states jill stein is asking officials to recount ballots. rob joins us now with more on the weather. rachael's weather you may have to scrape some snow off your car this morning... but overall it will be a quiet monday. well the upper 30s. lows tonight will drop to right around freezing. we may have a few isolated flurries or sprinkles overnight and throughout the day tuesday. the big story heading our way is the colder air well see by midweek. expect highs in the 20s and wind chills in the single digits starting wednesday and continuing into the start of the weekend. today: mostly cloudy. high: 38 wind: sw 5-10 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. low: 32 wind: sw 5-10 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy with isolated flurries or sprinkles possible.