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this car. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com captions paid for by cbs television distribution our big story at four: searching for a suspect. police in cudahy are on the lookout for an uknown man who's accused of going after a young girl. a 13-ea followed and propositioned for sex over and over again while she was walking home from school. fox6s angelica joins us live in cudahy with more, angelica? the incident was reported around 4 tuesday afternoon. the 13-year-old alleges while she was walking home the suspect circled the area of south swift avenue and east holmes avenue 3 times. when he got out of his car and propositioned
area. right now police cant say what the juvenile did or say to make him leave; but they are looking for a white male in his late 20s to early 30s with a brown beard that reaches his chest. he was also wearing a baseball hat. one resident tells us this incident is out of the ordinary for the neighborhood. 'oh its nice...its quiet... its peaceful. the neighbors are friendly. you dont hear too much of this stuff going on so its kind of alarming when it anyone with information is asked to contact the cudahy police department. coming up at 5 hear what other neighbors are saying on this incident. were live in the city of cudahy im angelica sanchez fox6 news ted thanks angelica. for a closer look at the description of the suspect in this case -- head to our website -- fox six now dot com, or your fox six news mobile app. you'll find it right on the home page.
starting a wildfire that killed 14 people and destroyed or damaged 17-hundred buildings. the pair face aggravated arson charges for the fire in the eastern part of the state. according to authorities, the juveniles are from tennessee, but not the county hardest hit by the fire. officials said state law prevents releasing more information about them. the investigation is ongoing and more charges coul moved to adult court. services will not be interrupted. that is the message from the pastor of a milwaukee church after a fire broke out overnight. the fire happened at all saints fellowship christian church at 12th and brown. just before one a-m, fire crews responded to the church. they worked to knock down the flames near the top of the building, between the ceiling and the roof. the damage estimate as of right now sits between 50, and 75-thousand
could move in such a way to allow for the birth of our savior, in the means in which he did, he can, certainly, get us through this. the pastor says thursday's bible study, and sunday's service, will be held at ephesians missionary baptist church, at the intersection of 5th and meinecke, in milwaukee. a former new berlin west teacher is sentenced today for having sex with a student. 29-year-old sara domres reached a plea deal for the case. domres will spend the next two years in prison followed by three years extended supervision. she must also register as a sex offender and undergo sex offender treatment. prosecutors say she sexually assaulted a 16-year-old student she had in her english class. hundreds of incriminating text messages were found on her phone. the racine man accused of driving drunk and crashing into another car killing a father and daughter
ruohonen faces several felony charges in the case.prosecutors say he was drunk when he rear-ended kevin dalley's vehicle in caledonia. dalley and his 9-year-old daughter were both killed. dalley's 6-year-old daughter was also injured in the crash. milwaukee county supervisors meet with experts today to discuss the future for juvenile criminal offenders. much of the discussion today was about how the county can help at- risk young people. county leaders are working on new options after reports of inappropriate treatmen lincoln hills facility, and overcrowding at milwaukee's juvenile justice center. "we don't want to just build another facility, we cannot keep doing the same thing over and over and failing our children miserably, we need to do something different." county supervisors heard comments from county health officials and members of the community. the wisconsin recount is more than 70 percent finished -- and hillary clinton has cut into
margin by a whopping 82 votes. remember mr. trump led the first time around by more than 22-thousand. 34 counties have now completely finished the recount. that includes dodge, ozaukee, walworth and washington counties in our area. the ozaukee county clerk says she worked 16-hour days and it's a relief to have it done. "13:51:59 it went very smoothly. we were very well organized. i guess it went exactly as i thought it did :06" still plenty of votes to county in milwaukee and waukesha counties. you'll find daily recount results on the links page of our website -- fox six now dot com -- or your fox six news mobile app! we're dealing with more cold, and we should get used to it. it's december after all. but we do have some snow in our future. weather expert stephanie barichello joins us from the
dropping into the mid to upper teens. wind chills will stay in the single digits. a few flurries possible thursday otherwise mostly cloudy, windy and cold again. highs will reach into the middle 20s with wind chills from 5-15. the cold will last through saturday then we look towards another chance for accumulating snow. colder air move into southeast wisconsin - temperatures will only warm into the teens. tonight: windy and cold. low: 18 wind: w 10-20 mph thursday: mostly cloudy, windy and cold with a few flurries. high: 26 wind: nw 15-25 mph friday:
am low: 19 high: 22 wind: nw 5-15 mph downloading the fox6 storm center app. it's free and available for apple and android devices. we know you'll appreciate having instant access to the interactive radar and fox6 weather forecast -- and you can even check road temperatures before you head out! while the packers are dealing with a lot of injured players this season, their next opponent
of their key players on defense. tim van vooren has the blitz from lambeau field. "only 2 teams in the nfc have been to the playoffs in the last 4 seasons running, the seattle seahawks and the green bay packers. and they play sunday last afternoon here in green bay. the packers will be trying to exploit a very good seattle defense that's missing one of its best players. earl thomas the perennial pro bowler is out for the rest of the "he's a great player i don't even know how to how many pro bowls he's been in, but he's obviously been in them for quite some time and the way he plays the position is extraordinary, he has tremendous range and anticipation and he's a big part of their leadership of the football team, but he's a free safety so we have to look at that and how the new guy's going to fit in. but we're not going to drop back
free safety, i don't think that's practical, just see how the new guy fits in." "it's cool in green bay on wednesday and it figures to be cool in green bay on sunday but the 325th consecutive sellout will be here at lambeau field. for those watching on tv joe buck and troy aikman will announce it on fox. first joe buck packers game of the season. at lambeau field, tim van vooren, fox 6 sports. seattle right here on fox 6 at 3:25 sunday. then stick around for a fox 6 news special with live reaction and analysis from lambeau field. that includes reaction from packers defensive lineman mike daniels. and then at 10:35 a complete recap of the game on the fox6 sports
ad lib about packers coming up on fox 6 news at four. people always say, go big, or go home. well, a michigan man chose the former, hoping to get people to donate to the salvation army. how he's taking "bell-ringing" to new heights this season. and -- it's been 75 years since the japanese attack on pearl harb 24-hundred lives lost are not forgotten. we'll take you to today's ceremony, bringing thousands to pay their respects. "i'm tom hooper, i'm katrina cravy, i'm jenna sachs. contact 6. 44 years, millions of dollars returned, hundreds of thousands of people helped. what does that add up to? contact 6. the milwaukee institution led by jenna sachs. she's here to help you and your family because you
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their comment feeds. the facebook-owned photo sharing app announced it's adding a feature to allow users to turn off comments on individual instagram posts. the comment disable option can be used before or after posting an image. instagram's c-e-o says the tool is aimed at keeping the online community a quote "welcoming and safe place for everyone." passing away -- many people choose to keep their ashes in an urn after cremation. well now... a company wants to use the ashes to make the urns a company called "chronicle creation designs" will take ashes, and actually bake them into anything you want -- like bowls or coffee mugs....
founder says he started the business after his grandfather passed away. the various products cost upwards of hundreds of dollars. there are certain smells that affect all of us differently -- some good, some bad. if you love the smell of k-f-c, listen up. the fast food joint's latest stunt has them offering a unique product. they recently gave away a scented candle during a social media competition in new zealand. more than 15-thousand people entered for the prize. the candle smells like... but the name suggests the colonel's originals recipe. this isn't the first time the chain tried to cash in on its aroma. last summer, k-f-c gave away 3- thousand bottles of sunscreen that supposedly smelled like fried chicken. today is december 7th meaning we are just 18 days away from
until the big day, we're going to be bringing you fun christmas facts every day. so here's your fun-filled fact for today -- president calvin coolidge, the 30th president of the united states, introduced the national christmas santa is biding his time until christmas, and he's reaching new heights. the big guy was joined by his elves as he climbed the sydney harbor bridge this morning in australia. the elves say they're planning the best routes for rudolph the reindeer... to deliver presents
than three-and-a-half million people have climbed harbor bridge since it opened in 19-98. every year disney picks a group of startups to mentor... to help them get their new ideas into the marketplace. in todays tech report, rich demuro takes a look at some of this years lucky companies. for a tech startup...getting accepted into the disney c program is a big deal.. you get three month of mentorship from leaders at pixar, marvel and more. today im talking to some of those comapnies to see what their products are all about. disneys accelerator program can be a big boost to these high tech startups... you get one of the biggest companies in the world - with all of their knowledge... to help you master the marketplace. nats... only a handful of companies make the cut... littlebits is one of them.
3;00;48/its wifi, its bluetooth, its light sensors, its all sorts of things that you use every day but its made easy. what you create is up to your imagination. 2;59;42/weve seen kids make machines so they can sort their socks, weve seen kids create backpacks that have all led displays nats... robot talking move over westworld... hanson robotics is creating lifelike robots you can interact with. 3;05;31/we see this as a kind of intelligent animation that can interact with you and really come to life nats.. of the robot 3;07;26/they can understand speech, when you speak with the robots and have an open conversa your conversation a startup called pley - thats pley - wants to be the netflix of toys. 3;01;55/we as parents spend way too much on toys and those toys are used for a very short period of time their subscription service has hundreds of toys to choose from. add them to a queue, and your kids will always have something new to play with... 3;03;07/we can get your kids the right toys that they want and also give you as a parent a report about the skill development of your child. plans start at 13 dollars a month, send back toys when your
way. 3;04;07/almost any toy that the kids will want and go into the store and buy we have it on pley dot com we caught these companies on demo day... where they present their businesses to a group of investors... after spending three months of mentorship with disney. congrats to them and for more information, go to rich on tech dot tv. ad lib about pkg coming up on fox 6 news at four... gino salomone gives you a sneak peek at fashion designer and movie director, tom ford's newest
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colder air move into southeast wisconsin - temperatures will only warm into the teens. tonight: windy and cold. low: 18 wind: w 10-20 mph thursday: mostly cloudy, windy and cold with a few flurries. high: 26 wind: nw 15-25 mph friday: partly sunny and cold. am low: 19 high: 22 wind: nw 5-15 mph "my ex husband used to call me a nocturn an ex husband since when. a couple of years in graduate school. it's weird i've been thinking about him a lot lately and then recently he sent me this book that he's written and it's violent and it's sad and he titled it nocturnal animals
novel written by her ex husband -- that she interprets as a threat of revenge against her. "nocturnal animals" is the latest film from fashion designer turned director -- tom ford -- gino sat down with him recently. ad lib to bite an audience squirm in anticipation. what's going to happen who is going to do what. and i feel like you did this as well as hitchcock with the music and the suspense. thank you very much what a compliment.
great compliment thank you. take me through the writing process because i'm curious where do you go where do get your best writing done. how does it happen? in my bed. not while i'm sleeping i'm dressed. and i love the writing process because it is. at that moment in time it is perfect because it's in your head. it's on your computer or on your screen. nothing has gone wrong. you have the exact like you wanted it. and it's a wonderful very singular vision at that point in time." and it seems like he got the cast that he wanted -- because there are some pretty big names in this film. ad lib to bite "talk about this cast because amazing performances and unrecognizable...wow...so me of the people i've seen before. so unlike things they've done before. i was very very lucky. amy and jake i think give
the ability to actually really telegraph what she is feeling through her face she is just an amazing actress. and jake's entire character arc to go from someone who is very naive and fresh and idealistic to a man who has literally had everything in his life taken away i thought he played that very very beautifully so i was very very lucky. i think as a director you have to have a crush on your actors. you have to love your actors and i believe me loved mine." ad lib out of bite coming up on fox 6 news at 4... a delivery driver -- rescues a cat, shrink-wrapped to a package. just how the mix-up
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struck a massive blow to the american naval fleet anchored at pearl harbor. more than 24-hundred americans lost their lives in the attack. dianne gallagher has the details about today's anniversary. president franklin d. roosevelt: december 7, 1941, a date which will live in infamy. 75 years after the japanese imperial navy's surprise attack on pearl harbor, adm. harry b. harris, jr. / comm would be the last moments of peace for almost four years. roughly 4000 people are back paying respects, adm. harry b. harris, jr. / commander, u.s. pacific command: in less than two hours, there were over 2,400 killed, more than 1,200 wounded and the majority of the u.s. pacific fleet taken out of action. with a small group of survivors from that infamous day gathering in hawai'i to mark the anniversary. and though some have spent a life time trying to forget, b.c. wilborn / pearl harbor survivor: you try to get it out of your mind and it don't go. remembering the 2,403 americans
harbor remains a priority for these men and women... lou conter, pearl harbor attack survivor: they lost theirs immediately and they're the ones that should be called the heroes. the ceremony, full of symbolism, reverance, and respect. rear adm. john v. fuller, u.s. navy: those of you who served in wwii ushered in the era of peace and prosperity that we have enjoyed for decades. as sailors salute the memorial, resting above the still visible, sunken u.s.s. arizona, where 1177 crewmen died, salute. the 94-year-old is one of the five known remaining survivors of the arizona. a moment meant to honour the past and inspire the future. in washington, dianne gallagher. you can watch the complete ceremony in hawaii -- marking the 75th anniversary of the attack on pearl harbor on our website -- fox six now dot com, or your fox
a man hit by a car overnight is in quote "very critical condition." milwaukee police say the 61-year-old walked into the street near hampton and appleton...and then was hit by a passing car. the driver stayed on scene. the man was taken to the hospital..and we're told he has several serious injuries. in west allis, police are investigating a hit and run crash. we're told a woman was hit near 70th and national last night...and the vehicle sped off. no word on the condition of the victim...or a description of the there are many people in our community who are going without a warm coat this winter, and we are hoping to change that. tonight we'll be collecting new and gently-used coats out at steinhafel's in waukesha. that's where we find weather expert tom wachs. tom wachs is live at steinhafel's in waukesha for a
again, tom will be out there helping collect coats until seven tonight. that starts in less than a half hour. find more details on the links page of our website fox six now dot com or your fox six news mobile app. mary stoker smith joins us now from the newsroom with some stories you'll see on fox six news at five. local firefighters and police coming together to make it happen. at five, the tradition they're making sure will continue for many years to come. we'll have that and a whole lot more for you in about 20 minutes on fox six news at five. steph thanks mary. it's the time of year when the
in the giving spirit to throw a little change into those red kettles. there's one man who took his dedication to the salvation army donations a little further. "merry christmas!" greg bock, hasn't left his spot on a street in northern michigan since saturday. his massive kettle, is actually where he's made his temporary home! he's calling it his "ten-k red kettle stay." bock plans to stay inside the kettle until the salvation army raises ten only then will he go back home to his wife and three kids. "people who i don't even know brought me space heaters; people i didn't know brought me a sandwich for lunch, a cup of hot chocolate. people who i haven't even seen in cheboygan before are bringing money to the red kettle." at last check-- greg had raised nearly 4- thousand dollars of his ten-thousand dollar goal.
coming up on fox 6 news at 4... how a bunch of dogs are being used to help university students prepare for those tough final exams. plus -- decorating is a vital part of the holidays for millions across the country. but when does the fun become a hazard? jenna sachs is in with tips to keep your home and your family safe. now. ad lib what you see weather expert stephanie barichello is in next with a your forecast. "i'm tom hooper, i'm katrina cravy, i'm jenna sachs. contact 6. 44 years, millions of dollars returned, hundreds of thousands of people helped. what does that add up to? contact 6. the milwaukee institution led by jenna sachs. she's here to help you and your family because you
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candles put too close to drapes or other fabric -- can cause fire in seconds. "we never want to see unattended candles or candles that are too close to a tree or to any decorations or of course a tree too close to any type of radiator or heat source." not watering a christmas tree -- also poses a danger. especially if it is decorated with lights. "you want to make sure that there are no exposed wires. any of the sockets that are not in properly. anything that looks funny about the lights, just one. get a new set." watch what happens with a simple spark on a dry tree. it can not only cause the tree to burn -- but within 30 seconds -- the fire could spread throughout your house. also -- parents be mindful of young kids. place small ornaments out of their reach -- so children don't put them in their mouths . and keep an eye on fragile or glass decorations. breaks can cause cuts and scratches. i'm jenna sachs - contact 6. do you have a consumer issue or investigation idea? give jenna a call!! the number is on you
6 page at fox-6-now-dot-com. adlib to weather windy and cold tonight with lows dropping into the mid to upper teens. wind chills will stay in the single digits. a few flurries possible thursday and cold again. highs will reach into the middle 20s with wind chills from 5-15. the cold will last through saturday then we look towards another chance for accumulating snow. behind the snow we see even colder air move into southeast
the teens. tonight: windy and cold. low: 18 wind: w 10-20 mph thursday: mostly cloudy, windy and cold with a few flurries. high: 26 wind: nw 15-25 mph friday: partly sunny and cold. am low: 19 high: 22 wind: nw 5-15 mph sat chance for snow showers. am low: 13 high: 25 wind: sw 5-10 mph sunday: cloudy with snow showers likely. am low: 22 high: 31 wind: nw 5-10 mph monday: mostly cloudy and cold. am low: 16 high: 21
am low: 12 high: 18 wind: w 5-15 mph windy and cold tonight with lows dropping into the mid to upper teens. wind chills will stay in the single digits. a few flurries possible thursday otherwise mostly cloudy, windy and cold again. highs will reach into the middle 0 5-15. the cold will last through saturday then we look towards another chance for accumulating snow. behind the snow we see even colder air move into southeast wisconsin - temperatures will only warm into the teens. tonight: windy and cold. low: 18
cold with a few flurries. high: 26 wind: nw 15-25 mph friday: partly sunny and cold. am low: 19 high: 22 wind: nw 5-15 mph saturday: mostly cloudy with the chance for snow showers. am low: 13 high: 25 wind: sw 5-10 mph sunday: cloudy with s am low: 22 high: 31 wind: nw 5-10 mph monday: mostly cloudy and cold. am low: 16 high: 21 wind: w 5-15 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy and cold. am low: 12
to stay healthy and stay out of the doctor's office. mary stoker smith is in with an easy lifestyle tip that could help out. not just an apple, but a handful of nuts a day... may help keep the doctor away. researchers analyzed nearly three dozen studies involving more than eight hundred thousand people...finding those who eat
lower risk of heart disease, cancer, respiratory conditions and diabetes. study authors say the results are a strong indication of an underlying relationship between nuts and your health. so get nutty! a new study is shedding light on some potential health benefits of sunlight... for kids. the number of children in need of glasses has nearly doubled in the last 50 years... but now... researchers in london have found that going outside can help ward off eyesight issues. their study cut the risk of eyesight problems in children by nearly 20- percent. experts say vitamin-d from the sun stimulates eye growth. if you've ever found yourself skipping out on your dental appointment, you're not alone. americans are more likely to skip dental care than any other health care because of cost. researchers examined what causes people to avoid dental care and other health services. nearly one in four lower income adults say high cost made them say no. on the flip side, only five
category avoided the dentist due to the money. but, cost was still listed higher than any other reason for people skipping the dentist. back to you guys... ikea will now offer paid leave to employees who are new parents in the united states. salaried and hourly employees will be offered paid benefits up to four this affects roughly 12-thousand of ikea's employees nationwide. the policy will apply to mothers and fathers who are birth, adoptive, or foster parents. wisconsin's first ikea is set to open in oak creek in 2018. a package shipped to memphis came with a little something extra... this live kitten that was somehow shrink-wrapped to a
found by a packing company driver -- wrapped to the top of a package. no on is sure how joey got through the shipping system without anyone noticing. the cat had gone several days without any water or food... at least until the driver heard him crying and stopped at an animal hospital. "he was kind of hard to find because he was the same color as the product. he was flattened against with all four legs laid out and his head up. and so his legs and his neck didn't work for awhile. for a few hours. he was a and dehydrated." they believe joey was accidentally packed up by a machine in chicago.. and then shipped to memphis. he's going to be okay and is now up for adoption! four-legged friends are helping students at the university of houston cope with stress during final exams. students took breaks from studying to cuddle, kiss, hug and take
free finals" activities. studies going back to the 19-80's say dogs provide health benefits for people... pets can lower blood pressure, improve recovery and reduce rates of asthma and allergy in children... pets also improve people's psychological well-being and self- esteem. j-p morgan chase is being fined 360- million dollars for manipulating a key interest rate. the european commission saying today, j-p morgan acted as a "cartel" in rate which determines home loans and other financial products around europe. j-p morgan is denying any wrongdoing. the bank plans to appeal to the european courts to defend their position. two other companies were also fined, but j-p morgan faces the largest penalty. india successfully launches a remote sensing satellite into space today. their latest launch allows the country to monitor the earth's natural resources. it follows the launch of two previous satellites in 2003 and 2011. the satellite
stations can later use. people in mexico have been brewing pulque pool-kay from the juice of cactus plants for centuries...but the thick, sticky beer- like beverage fell out of interest in the 19-70s now, it is making a triumphant return thanks to millennials. the nutrient-rich drink is available in numerous flavors and strengths. but it probably won't appear on the shelves o store. attempts to can or bottle the milky white liquid have failed as it ferments very quickly.. nonetheless, the drink's popularity is growing. a woman's dog... missing since a 2007 burglary at her house. but what started with a stolen computer, ends as an early holiday present. coming up -- the incredible chance encounter that reunited the toy
gone for nine years, and now... sot - "i have her back." sally butters can even even show you the original missing dog poster from 2007 when she was frantic to find gigi. gigi went missing august 8th 2007. the toy poodle got out when burglars broke into sally's house and stole her computer. sot - ben: "if this dog could talk." sot - "this is the original poster and i did post it all around this area." but gigi never turned-up. at lest not until last week, when someone found away from home. sot - "get a pet chipped" a micro-chip implant identified gigi... and led her back to the waiting arms of sally. sot - "i'm shocked. because, you always hope you'll get your dog back. but you know, nine year and 13 years old, she's still alive. what a christmas present." gigi was somewhat worse for wear. she had a lot of burs and matted fur...
point. but no matter, at long last, gigi is home. sot - "its just a wonderful miracle, and a very happy birthday and a merry christmas to all my family." jessob reisbeck, fox 6 news. our big story at 5: an early morning fire tears through a milwaukee church. but the pastor says -- despite the damages, service will go on. justin williams with more. i think i almost cussed! he may have been forgiven -- considering the catalyst ... wow! the church!?!? right. i know. thats what gets me so worried. wednesday, those who live nearby react to what they see, at the intersection of 12th and brown
where they join pastor odell johnson, in their shock. ... kinda devastated by what has transpired. what has transpired, according to milwaukee fire department, involves an overnight fire, in all saints fellowship christian church. just before one a-m, fire personnel responded -- focusing their efforts on an area toward the top of the structure, between the ceiling, and the roof. from what i'm understanding, they think it was faulty wiring, in the egress area. no injuries are reported as a result of the fire. and, while te 75-thousand dollars, and comes just a couple of weeks before christmas ... my faith is still strong. if god could move in such a way to allow for the birth of our savior, in the means in which he did, he can, certainly, get us through this. the pastor preaches on ... so, the lesson, outta this, right now -- what are you gonna be talking about, at services, on sunday -- this sunday? - that god is good.
person for threatening violence against police officers. it's connected to at least one of five incidents of threats of violence against police officers since monday -- when it was announced there will be no charges in the police shooting death of jay anderson. the arrest was made tuesday night -- police say they are recommending charges of unlawful use of a telephone. followed and then propositioned for sex-- thats what a 13-year-old from cudahy told police happened while she was walking home. with neighbors who say an incident like this is out of the ordinary for the area. angelica? neighbors say this is really a calm side of town. like any parent once they heard what the 13-year-old reported they immediately thought of the youngsters in their family. 'oh its nice...its quiet... its peaceful. the neighbors are friendly.' thats how 40-year-old danielle