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now at seven ---- breaking overnight --- a man and woman found shot and killed inside a milwaukee ho say two children were found inside the room. ahead in a live report --- what we know about the victims. plus... more than 400 missing ballots are found in greenfield. coming up -- what it means as the recount deadline gets closer. and we are tracking flurries this morning. ahead weather expert stephanie barichello has details on when we'll see more snow and just how cold it's going to get! good morning and welcome back to
weather blustery and chilly this morning with wind chills in the single digits. expect flurries and some light snow showers throughout the day. high temperatures will reach into the middle and upper 20s with wind chills in the teens. overnight 20. filtered afternoon sun expected friday as a high pressure passes to our south then snow showers move in saturday evening and continue sunday. behind the snow we see even colder air move into southeast wisconsin. highs will only reach into the teens with lows in the single digits. today: scattered flurries/light snow showers. windy and cold. high:
traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays this morning --- milwaukee police are investigating a double homicide police say the victims are a man and a woman. deandra corinthios is live near appleton and florist with the latest milwaukee police tell us this was a shooting. neighbors called them when they heart gunshots...and screaming. milwaukee police officers responded to a home at appleton and florist around 1:30 a- they found a man and a woman in bed, shot to death. police say the
multiple times. police also found two kids in the room. a teenager...and an 11 year old were hiding in the bedroom. police tell us they were not harmed...and are not considered suspects. police also say this is not a murder suicide investigation. police tell us the victims were both in their 30s. they have not released their names. reporting live in milwaukee dc fox6 news. after a shooting ends in a crash. milwaukee police say the victim hit a couple of signs and power pole before slamming into a house near 36th and thurston. this happened around 9-30 last night. people in the area who heard the crash...came out to try and help the man. but the victim died on the scene. police say the man was shot but there is no word where the shooting took place. the victim was from out of town. police are investigating. also new - police are searching for a suspect involved in an
76th and good hope. it happened around 8:30 last night. police say the suspect is believed to be an african-american man... roughly 5-feet-3 inches tall. he was wearing a green vampire mask, grey sweatshirt, grey pants, and gloves. police say the suspect showed a gun during the robbery... and stole money from the restaurant safe. no one was injured. two middle school students in burlington are accused of making a kill list. according to a criminal complaint, 15-year-old jasminne 14-year- old darryl roeschen were talking on facebook. piechocki was naming people she wanted killed.her mother read the conversation and told school officials. the complaint states the students admitted to having the conversation, with piechocki saying she has a dark mind. roeschen told administrators he thought it was a joke and he never intended to kill anyone.the teens are being charged as adults and are currently being held in the racine county juvenile detention
is in custody after being accused of threatening the police department. investigators say it's just one of five threats of violence made since monday. that's when it was announced that no charges will be filed against the officer who shot and killed jay anderson. wauwatosa police say they're keeping all their officers in the loop while the investigation continues. "we understand this is a dangerous profession, our officers remain vigilant when we're both on duty and off duty and we are keeping them apprised of the information we're receiving." will review the threat arrest in the coming days. now to a fox six exclusive --- the community comes together to remember 7-year-old trevion winningham. investigators say the boy was badly bruised and malnourished when he died at the hospital last week. etter hughes and mary martinez were watching the boy and his 9-year old brother... and they are now facing child neglect charges.
to 18 months in prison after one year old bryan alston died in her care. that childs grandmother, april alston, says winningham's death could have been prevented... had hughes been behind bars longer. aa 'he was just thrown around like a beanbag.' aa 'our court system period is failing miserably across the board in my opinion.' hughes is due back in court next week. a new twist in the recount here in wisconsin. more than 400 misn greenfield. so far -- the greenfield city clerk doesn't want to say much about it. angelica joins us now with more. this morning, the milwaukee county election commission will have to decide whether to accept the clerk's explanation. here's what happened. greenfields ballot totals weren't matching up with election night numbers. so the clerk called back to her office and told workers to look for misplaced ballots. they found 412 of them in the office. the head of the election commission wasnt happy, and wants the clerk to put a plan in place for the future.
ballots later today. and in michigan -- the recount is over. a judge lifted an order that forced a statewide review of millions of ballots. the ruling found that green party candidate jill stein had no legal standing to request another look at ballots. the court said stein -- who finished fourth in michigan -- did not have a chance of winning even after a recount. stein is now appealing to the michigan supreme court. you can track the latest developments on recount online at fox six now d the transition of power continues in washington. ahead --- what's next for president elect donald trump. south korean lawmakers start the impeachment process against the country's president --- why they are trying to force their leader out of office. and here's a story sure to pull at your heart strings. why this dog is looking out the window. and carl is checking out the holiday happenings at the milwaukee art museum.
a manhunt is underway in georgia for a suspect considered to be armed and dangerous --- after he shot at police officers --- killing one. investigators say it happened near georgia southwestern university yesterday morning. police say the two officers responded to a domestic dispute when 32-year-old minguel lembrick shot them. injuries... and a university officer is in critical condition. a 30-thousand dollar reward is now being offered for the arrest of lembrick. and police in south carolina are searching for a suspect wanted for stabbing an officer at a walmart. columbia police tweeted out this picture of the suspect. he ran after stabbing the female officer who was responding to a shoplifting call. authorities say the officer is in stable condition. columbia police are also looking for an escaped inmate. they say
serving a life sentence for armed robbery and assault and battery with intent to kill. pakistan opens an investigation into a deadly plane crash. the plane was traveling from the scenic mountain resort to islamabad when it went down yesterday morning bursting into flames. pakistan international airlines has confirmed that all 42 passengers and five crew members were killed in the crash. south korea's president maybe imp introduce a motion yesterday that has to be voted on within 72 hours. the move sets up a likely vote tomorrow on whether to suspend her powers. the motion needs two-thirds approval to pass. if impeached, the country's constitutional court has 180 days to decide if the president should be unseated or not. south korea's president is accused of allowing a longtime friend to manipulate government affairs and extort businesses. last week -- the president offered to resign if the
with wind chills in the single digits. expect flurries and some light snow showers throughout the day. high temperatures will reach into the middle and upper 20s with wind chills in the teens. overnight lows drop into the teens to right around 20. filtered afternoon sun expected friday as a high pressure passes to our south then snow showers move in saturday evening and continue sunday. behind the snow we see even colder air move into southeast wisconsin. highs will only reach into the teens with lows in the single digits. today: scattered flurries/light snow showers. windy and cold. high: 27 wind: nw 10-20 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. low night: mostly: wind: nw 5-15 mph
as a high pressure passes to our south then snow showers move in saturday evening and continue sunday. behind the snow we see even colder air move into southeast wisconsin. highs will only reach into the teens with lows in the single digits. today: scattered flurries/light snow showers. windy and cold. high: 27 wind: nw 10-20 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. low: 20 wind: nw 5-15 mph middle and upper 20s with wind chills in the teens. overnight lows drop into the teens to right around 20. filtered afternoon sun expected friday as a high pressure passes to our south then snow showers move in saturday evening and continue sunday.ehind the snow we seeeve utheast wisconsin. his will onl. today: scattered flurries/light high: 27 wind: nw -20 mph tongh clou. low: 20 wind: nw 5-15 mph filtered afternoon sun expected friday as a high pressure passes to ourohhen snow showersmove ind continue sunday. behind the snow see even lder air move into utheast wisconsin. highs will ly reach intthe teens with ws in the single digits. day: scattered flurries/light snow showers. windy and cold. high: 27 n -20 mph tonight: mo
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returns to his squad car after a traffic stop to find a surprise in his car,. a dog in the passenger seat! the dog -- named ruger -- jumpe yesterday morning and got comfortable. the deputy contacted dispatch, who located ruger's owner address using the information on the dog's collar. the deputy then took ruger home. the pups owners had been looking for him all night and were happy to see him. dogs are known for their loyalty, and a picture of one pup is also trending this
off to college at georgia state university back in august, but her dog 'bo' still waits for her to get off the school bus every afternoon. she recently tweeted a photo of bo along side a text message from her parents ---- saying "your old bus just went by, bo still hopes you are getting off after all this time." the picture has been re-tweeted more than 23-thousand times. carly says she plans on coming home for christmas break and spending some quality time with bo. have you ever wondered what santa's home at the north pole looks like. we'll take you inside coming up on wake up. plus, are you searching for this holiday season hottest toy. later on wake up where you'll
toss to wx blustery and chilly this morning with wind chills in the single digits. expect flurries and some light snow showers throughout the day. high temperatures will reach into the middle and upper 20s with wind chills in the teens. overnight lows drop into the teens to right around 20. friday as a high pressure passes to our south then snow showers move in saturday evening and continue sunday. behind the snow we see even colder air move into southeast wisconsin. highs will only reach into the teens with lows in the single digits. today: scattered flurries/light snow showers. windy and cold. high: 27 wind: nw 10-20 mph tonight: mostly
anchor adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays a man and woman shot while they were in bed at a home on milwaukee's northwest side. police are investigating it as a double homicide... officiers are still on the scene-- more than five hours later. deandra corinthios is live near appleton and florist with details. milwaukee police tell us the two victims were in their mid to late 30s. when they discovered the
kids in the room. they were unharmed. milwaukee police say they responded to the home near appleton and florist after neighbors reported hearing gunshots and screams. when officers arrived they found a man and a woman in bed, they had been shot multiple times. police say the two kids were hiding in the room. one is a teenager the other is 11 years police tell us this is not a murder suicide investigation. reporting live in milwaukee deandra corinthios fox6 news. new this morning ---milwaukee police are also investigating another homicide. police say a
into a home. officials say the victim hit a couple of signs and power pole before hitting a house near 36th and thurston. people in the area who heard the crash...came out to try and help the man. emergency crews attempted life-saving measures but the man died. crews then found a bullet wound...but have not said where they think that initial shooting took place. the man was from out of town. one of the men who pleaded guilty for the fatal shooting of 5-year-old laylah petersen will learn his fate t planned to get revenge but instead shot at the wrong house in 2014. carl barrett jr. was sentenced one week ago. he will spend 65 years in prison. paul farr also pleaded guilty for his role. gordon's sentencing hearing is set for 8- 15 this morning. a former new berlin west teacher is sentenced for having sex with a student. 29-year-old sara domres pleaded guilty to two felony counts of sexual assault of a student by school
years in prison -- and will be on probation once she is out. 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. "what parents don't expect is that when they are sending their children to school, that their children are essentially going to be victimized." domres must register with the wi and undergo sex offender treatment. she can no longer teach - and cannot have unsupervised contact with underage males. new berlin school officials fired domres after finishing their own investigation. developing this morning --- more milwaukee county leaders are calling for an external investigation of the jail. angelica is here with details. this investigation request is on top of the current audit of medical care at the jail. yesterday --- the county board chairman told fox6 he wants a third party to look into jail operations as a whole... after
month-span. board supervisors and the county executive now say they fear the deaths could be indicative of a bigger issue. its a very concerning situation and, we think having impartial outside investigators come in to do an audit is a good thing. fox6 asked a spokeswoman for milwaukee county sheriff david clarke if he would cooperate with this request. she says "sheriff doesnt run the medical contract, the house of correction does." makes his pick for head of the department of homeland security -- and it's not milwaukee county sheriff david clarke. this as another controversy on social media for the future commander in chief. doug luzader has more this morning from washington. this is the tweet in question this morning... president-elect donald trump calling out a united steelworkers local president who has questioned trump's claims about saving those jobs at carrier air conditioning. no wonder, trump
country. pkg donald trump's appearances since the election have largely been fleeting... but with that twitter account, he keeps stirring the pot. his latest target: union president chuck jones who claimed on fox business that trump is exaggerating the jobs that were saved at carrier air conditioning. jones: "donald trump and governor pence are taking credit for 350 jobs that are research and development jobs that were staying here in among other things, trump responded that the union should spent more time working, less time talking... and lower dues. another battle ahead for trump... nominating oklahoma attorney general scott pruitt to head the environmental protection agency conway: 18:27:19 "attorney general pruitt has great qualifications and a good record as ag of oklahoma and there were a number of qualified candidates for that particular position that the president-elect interviewed. we look forward to the
critic of e-p-a overreach, and those confirmation hearings could get ugly -with one environmental group saying it's like putting an arsonist in charge of fighting forest fires. but it would be in keeping with trump's promise to reduce regulations -- something that already may be having an impact on wall street, where stocks have been soaring this week. another expected cabinet pick -- retired general general john kelly to head the department of homeland security -- tasked with implementing trump's plan to expand border enforcement. on now, one of the issues that democrats may raise through confirmation hearings is the number of retired generals that trump is turning to. in the cabinet, that would include homeland security and the department of defense. in washington, doug luzader, fox news. new information now on the deadly wildfires in tennessee. two juveniles now facing arson charges. the youths were from tennessee, but not from sevier county, where the fires started. investigators now
the great smoky mountains national park. 14 people lost their lives in the fires and more than 175 more were injured, more than 17-thousand acres scorched by the flames... and nearly 25-hundred structures burned. residents and business owners affected by the gatlinburg fires are being allowed to return to their properties on a full-time basis now. the city of oakland is looking at strengthening regulations for smoke alarms and exits in the wake of a deadly warehouse fire. 36 peole weekend. officials believe the fire started on the first floor of the warehouse...blockin g the two staircases which led to the second floor ... where a dance party was being held. oakland's mayor says she is creating a task force to look at fire codes in the bay area city. they plan to crack down on illegal events and consider new building regulations. fire investigators believe a refrigerator sparked the fire. it's beginning to sound a lot like christmas on milwaukee county transit system buses.. how m-c-t-s is spreading holiday cheer.
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you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. blustery and chilly this morning with wind chills in the single digits. expect flurries and some light snow showers throughout the day. high middle and upper 20s with wind chills in the teens. overnight lows drop into the teens to right around 20. filtered afternoon sun expected friday as a high pressure passes to our south then snow showers move in saturday evening and continue sunday. behind the snow we see even colder air move into southeast wisconsin. highs will only reach into the teens with lows in the single digits. today: scattered flurries/light snow showers. windy and cold. high: 27 wind: nw 10-20 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. low: 20 wind: nw 5-15
traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays packers a distinct advantage. but will it help this sunday against seattle. tim van vooren is at lambeau field with the blitz. "packers coach mike mccarthy's nineteen and three at home in december and he loves to talk about december football. his team won one of those games last sunday in the snow and a little cold and there may be more of that coming up sunday when seattle visits." "we're counting on a lot of those young guys to play alot of plays for us and we need
about the feel out there and understanding how the weather and field conditions affect your balance and your ability to push off and your abillity to accelerate." "slippery. you gotta make sure your technique is right and your cleats are right and in the ground, i think i handled that well." "never played in a game that snowed the entire game so that was pretty, pretty fun but the cold, you cant let it get to your mind. just kind of mentally stay strong and it." "the packers practiced indoors at a point on wednesday at a point but they go outdoors as well." "i think that's a good idea that we kind of go half and half you know cuz we're going to have to play outside in it so you don't want to get used to practicing all week indoors and then sunday comes and you have to go out there and perform in the cold." "the packers are underdogs to the seahawks for sunday's game but they're banking on the home field and home weather advantage. in
coming up in the eight o'clock hour of wakeup -- the fundraiser one of milwaukee's newest breweries is organizing -- after an offensive beer proposal ends up on their website. also at eight -- it's one of this holiday season's most wanted toy.. which store is gett hatchimals! "who's ready to spread some cheer" after the break --- an exclusive look at "empire's" taraji p. henson's new
around the park dressed up in their santa outfits. the clip was recently posted on facebook and has more than 15 million views. the royal family a madame tussauds in london unveiled a special version of the royal's wax figures, decked out in some ugly christmas sweaters. prince william and princess kate have a two for one sweater...while queen elizabeth matches with her beloved corgis. the christmas-inspired get ups are to help raise awareness for the u-k's save the children
campaign. santa claus gets to see our house every christmas... and now we can finally see his. the most famous home in the north pole has been posted on zillow, and it seems to be pretty cozy. santa's lodge is made out of timber. it's listed as a three bed, two bath "toy lover's paradise".. with reindeer stables and a sleigh garage. the cabin isn't on the market, but if it were.... it would sell for about 656-thousand dollars. "em the holiday spirit tonight right here on fox six! "and it's xmas eve and santa's coming tonight" hosted by cookie lyons herself --- "taraji's white hot holiday special" returns with empire co-stars jussie smollett and taye diggs. along with performances by pharrell.... missy elliot.... alicia keys and snoop dogg... just to name a few. "taraji's white hot holiday special" airs tonight at seven right here on
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