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a roommate off craigslist again. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com an historic day in washington d-c. president obama meets with president-elect donald trump at the white house today. they discussed the next. it's the first time the two have met. president-elect donald trump and vice president-elect mike pence arrived in washington this morning. trump -- who has criticized president obama for years-- stayed with the more conciliatory tone he has been using since he won tuesday. fox 6's ted perry joins us from the newsroom with more on their meeting today. on january 20th, the president-elect will become the 45th president of the united states of america. today
involved say will be a smooth transition between administrations. president barack obama... president obama / no font needed - "we now are going to want to do everything we can to help you succeed then the country succeed" ...welcoming president-elect donald trump "i have great respect. the meeting lasted for almost an hour and half, and as far as im concerned it could've gone on a lot longer." the closed white house meeting is a key step in starting the smooth transition between administrations... "i very much look forward to dealing with the president in the future, including counsel." "it is important for all of us, regardless of party and regardless of politicl preferences, to now come together, work together to deal with the many challenges that we face." so while the two sometimes bitter enemies- who had actually never met
bashing one other... "he finally gave the birth certificate, he should've done it a long time ago." "he can finally get back to focusing on the issues that matter like did we fake the moon landing" these moments mark a public effort to put up a united front- "let's go guys." / "a very good man..." as trump transitions from running for office to running the office... he met with his party's leaders, who control both the house and se team is reviewing thousands of resumes- attempting to put together the next administration. donald trump's wife melania also met with first lady michelle obama. melania, a native of slovenia, will be the first foreign-born first lady since "louisa adams"--wife of our sixth president john quincy adams'. reporting from the newsroom, ted
brad thanks ted. we have posted the entire "public" portion of the meeting between president obama and donald trump -- on fox6 now dot com and the fox6 news app. just search "trump." rally against president-elect trump, in san francisco. the teenagers staged a huge walkout today. marching to rally at city hall in opposition to the election results. so far the demonstrations have stayed peaceful. it follows massive protests in california last night. around 30 people were arrested in oakland and three officers were injured. a protest is planned in downtown milwaukee for tonight in response to the presidential election. police have arrested the man
that hit and killed five-year-old rickyia rick-eye-uh langham on sunday. police say the 30-year-old man was driving the s-u-v near the corner of west leon terrace and west constance avenue when it hit langham and took off. milwaukee police recovered the vehicle on the city's north side, in addition to the driver, they also took ?a woman into custody who they also say was connected to the crash. one person is dead after being hit this morning by a semi on "eye"-94 near general mitchell airport. it happened on the northbound side near college examiner's office says the victim is an adult woman. it's not clear why she was walking on the freeway. all northbound lanes of "eye"-94 were shut down at rawson road because of the accident.... causing major delays. an autopsy on the victim is scheduled for tomorrow. 300 people are without a place to live after a fire rips through a whitewater apartment complex. the flames broke out at 6-30 last night at the university garden apartments. fox6's madeline anderson is live on the scene with an update on the
the damage is most visible on this side of the complex. residents tell me they heard a loud boom and then a fire erupted in a common hallway and spread to the surrounding units. a father and his son were forced to jump out of a second story window to escape the flames and smoke. fortunately no one was injured... but at least three cats died. the whte there is about 500-thousand-dollars in damage to personal property and the buiding. right now, everybody is evacuated out of the building, our goal is to have everybody but 16 units back in the facility tonight. as we get the power in and the alarm systems back to code. the majority of folks living here are low- income families. a
relatives overnight or in hotels. but for those who couldn't... the red cross or university helped them find shelter. the fire chief says at this point he doesn't know if the cause of the fire is arson or accidental. the investigation is ongoing. reporting live in whitewater... madeline anderson fox6 news. steph thanks madeline. milwaukee police are asking for your help in identifying three suspect connection with an armed robbery near fond du lac and bourbon street earlier this month. three men are accused of entering an apartment building on saturday afternoon and forcing their way into a man's apartment and robbing him. if you know who these guys are you're asked to call milwaukee police. a milwaukee man shot in the back almost two years ago... died earlier this month from his injuries. the person who pulled the trigger has never been caught eric r. walker was shot during an attempted home invasion in december
hundred block of west capitol drive when it happened. he miraculously survived... but he sustained injuries that -- according to his family-- would not heal. he was left permanently paralyzed. 'his wounds were so bad.. he had so much internal damage. they punctured his lung he still had the bullet in him. you know so it was bad and it was a slow decline.' according to his brother the victim leaves behind a wife and he says they are desperate for someone to come forward with information on who may have been responsible for the shooting. police say walker's death will be included in the 2016 homicide ?statistics. a milwaukee police officer is suspended-- accused of firing his service weapon while drunk. according to a criminal complaint 42 year old michael anderson fired his police issued gun twice into his backyard near south griffin and euclid. the incident allegedly happened in september. when police responded to a call
anderson appeared to be under the influence. his blood alcohol was recorded at "point- two-one-five" -- more than twice the legal limit. anderson's lawyer tells fox6 he's been a good officer the past twenty years-- and is a good family man. he says this is one mistake for an otherwise good person. mike is a guy who i've known, i've been doing this 21 years and i've known him just about that time. i think thats as long as he's been a member of the force. he's been trained and successfully trained through the police department. he's been part of the critical response team, or there's a different acronym for that. hes difficult situations and he's been a good and valued member of the police department. brad/voanderson is now suspended as the police department continues its internal investigation and he's charged with a misdemeanor, facing up to nine months in jail. a warm one for the record books
weather expert tom wachs is in the weather office with a look ahead. a cold front passes this evening bringing a big drop in temperatures for friday as highs only reach into the middle and upper 40s. expect a few more clouds friday then more sunshine for the weekend. our next chance for precipitation will arrive late tuesday night. tonight: clear. low: 42 wind: nw 5-10 mph friday: cooler. high: 48 wind: ne 10-20 mph saturday: mostly sunny and breezy. am low: 32 high: 51 wind: sw 5-15
when the wind kicks up, the fox6 storm center app can help you track it. the app is free for apple and android devices -- and also offers a powerful interactive radar. it's a very special day for a number of families in wisconsin. it was all a part of milwaukee's "national adopti check out this official adoption ceremony at the children's court in wauwatosa. several children were legally placed in new homes. at any given time -- as many as eight- thousand children are in need of forever families in wisconsin. as many as 20 kids are expected to find forever homes and families. children's hospital and other local organizations partnered up to make the whole event possible. "you're the building blocks of a bigger thing. so when you walk down the streets and say hello to your neighbors, when your children start playing with the children
starting right here so it's an exciting thing for me to be a part of." during the ceremony -- a certificate from governor scott walker was read, declaring november "adoption month" throughout the state. ad lib about adoption day coming up on fox 6 news at four... looking at the makeup of our armed forces. the challenges that female soldiers face
the mannequin challenge is all over the place online. here's the idea, you get a bunch mannequins while you move a camera around recording them. and now, sir paul mccartney is getting in on the fun. in his entry, mccartney is frozen at the piano - looking to the sky. playing in the background is the rap song "black beatles." mccartney's caption reads "love those black beatles." the mannequin challenge is the latest viral sensation - following the ice bucket
after releasing its green unity cup for the holiday season. today, they're giving us a glimpse of what it's official holiday cup will look like. as you may remember - last year the cups were solid red without any christmas ornaments, causing some controversy. starbucks in response told customers to treat the cups as a canvas for their artwork - so basically it's saying to draw your own. for this year, starbucks is changing up the cup designs. there a contest through instagram, starbucks said it received more than 12-hundred submissions from 13 countries... in just one week. summerfest... could get a new pedestrian plaza... just in time for the 50th anniversary in 2017. the plaza will lead to the
"eye"-794 bridges... an area that's pretty well-protected from sunlight and water. the plan was unveiled by the architects yesterday in the third ward. one of summerfest's most popular stages is also getting a major makeover this year: the miller lite oasis stage. the multi-million dollar upgrades are expected to be finished before next year's festival. this veterans day --- tribune and fox6 not only honors the men and women who ours ... but also recognizes the new battles our heroes face when they return home. in a special and intimate documentary 'homeland diaries', we take a deeper look in to the issues of unemployment, homelessness, addiction, devastating war wounds. plus a dark secret many in the military face. take nat sot pkg. roslyn battle 00:00:36 : im roslyn renee
playing guitar my name is jenn householder j. housholder 00:00:12 i went through air force rotc at louisiana state university in baton rouge, and i graduated in 1998 with a degree in math, and then got commissioned the very next day as a second lieutenant in the air force 00:01:52 i was able to switch over from the active-duty air force to the army guard reserves to fly. and i fly blackhawks.roslyn battle : there was fairness, and then there was unfairness. 00:01:46 some unfair treatment and some military sexual assault. roslyn battle 00:03:22 we shared our tent with the men, even
desperate, so i wrote this suicide note 00:15:23 i knew where i would go, how i would execute my plan. this time im a major in the army, so i knew i could come up with good reason to say why i need to pretty sure i could convince them, and i knew how i could execute my plan.president obama visits southern california 176039823 0:03 it undermines what this military stands for
due to the fear of shame and getting booted out, m-s-t often goes unreported. much more on this issue plus other compelling confessions when 'homeland diaries: americas veterans' airs right here on fox6 at 5pm on saturday. ad lib about pkg coming up on fox 6 news at four... gino salomone skypes in from l-a with a look at three new movies, all coming out this month. here's a live look outside from our camera on top of the moderne building in downtown milwaukee. ad lib what you see weather expert tom wachs is up next with a look at the
the butterburger is made of just three cuts of fresh midwest beef. nothing more, nothing less. so we got the sirloin, the chuck and the plate. no fillers; that's it. all prized cuts, all well-marbled for richness and flavor. this is where those three wonderful cuts of beef come together. you can just tell that blend is working in there. and we sear them, and that seals in the juices of the burger. it doesn't get any better than that. and that's the culver's butterburger. a cold front passes this evening bringing a big drop in temperatures for friday as highs only reach into the middle and upper 40s. expect a few more clouds friday then more sunshine for the weekend. our next chance for precipitation will arrive late tuesday night. tonight: clear. low: 42 wind: nw 5-10 mph friday: partly sunny, windy and cooler. high: 48 wind: ne
without your mother. just five days for y'all to act like a family. you locked me out. i'm melting. help me." thanksgiving is only two weeks away -- so of course hollywood has its eyes on christmas. our gino salomone joins us live via skype from los angeles to talk about the new movie "almost christmas." "people categorize a movie...this is a movie for all audienc you look at the characters in this movie youve got somebody like those characters in your family no matter who you
reflects real life. i call it everyone has a functional dysfunctional family. we all got that one crazy uncle or that auntie or cousin. we all got that friend that comes by and causes trouble. so its really about coming together and fighting your way through all of that dysfunction on your and speaking of christmas -- that's what brings you to la. gino is in la to interview the cast of bad santa 2. and you're also there for the movie "allied" will brad pitt
in madison, republicans have their biggest majorities in decades. today they're giving some of the credit to donald trump. political reporter theo keith is here with the republican gains. the gop majorities are going from big to bigger. republican counterparts have all the power. at the capitol, republicans picked up a seat in both the assembly and senate. it played out exactly kind of how it couldve played out — which is, if trump was strong, it helped us. in the assembly, republicans have a 64-35 majority. they say its their largest since 1956. in the senate, republicans have a 20 to 12 advantage with one
recanvass underway. democrats acknowledge that tuesday was not good. it was a gut-wrenching, surprising election that we didnt see coming while priorities for next years session are taking shape during republican caucus meetings this week... its almost certain that the gop will disagree internally over transportation spending. governor scott walker intends to delay major road projects because the state cant pay for them. assembly speaker speaker robin vos is open to a tax or fee increase to be adult enough to say, sit down and find a long term answer walker has threatened to veto any such increase, and it's likely a non-starter without a tax cut elsewhere in the budget. hopefully it can be a very specific and targeted tax cut so that it kind of makes sense, and you can sell it to people on the street because they can say, i get
repeal of the prevailing wage law, which sets wage standards for construction work, will be back on the table. opposed by democrats and labor unions, republicans passed a watered-down version a year and a half ago. to gear up for all the people taking to the skies this holiday season -- the t-s-a shared some helpful tips at mitchell international airport toa display prohibited items so travelers could see. on top of that -- they offered up a number of holiday traveling tips to people walking by. the t-s-a screened more than 34-million people nationwide so far this year. which is six-and-a-half percent up from last year. "the tsa of milwaukee collects on average, 150 to 175 pounds per month of prohibited items that are voluntarily abandoned at out tsa passenger security screening
this holiday season: arrive about 2 hours early -- check the t-s-a website for items not to bring. don't gift wrap your items -- even if they are gifts for someone. and have everything ready at the gate. seattle police are still searching for a shooter who opened fire at a crowded bus stop injuring five people. got into argument with someone downtown last night. as he walked away, he just started shooting. the victims are all adults with injuries to their legs, chest, and neck. though the city had election-related protests around the same time -- police say the shooting was a separate incident. "i got a call maybe around 7:30 and somebody told me my son, i was sitting there watching it on the news. and somebody says you see that, that's your son, i said i'm watching it. so i come up here
teh mayor put out statement condemning the gun violence. police in california are looking for a driver who crashed into a house. here's video of that scene today. officials say a minivan hopped the curb and ran right into the side of the house. the driver reportedly lost control right before. but he ran away from the scene right after. the suspect has not been named and luckily -- no injuries have been reported. a new tax on sugary drinks and bera sweeteners may be in store for cook county, illinois residents. county commissioners are hearing debate over whether to approve the tax, and it's expected to be very close. the board president is counting on the revenue to help balance budgets. ted perry joins us now from the news room with some stories you'll see on fox six news at five. it's been a part of baseball for decades. now it could be banned. at five, what one local alderman is trying to eliminate
also at five, a young woman with cerebral palsy has her wheelchair stolen. coming up, see what she has to say to the person who stole it. those stories and more in about 20 minutes when mary stoker smith joins me on fox six news at five. steph thanks ted. a 93-year-old woman from eau claire crosses an i peggy gruner took a ride on the zipline at the mall of america. take a look. laughing "oh this is beautiful!" gruner conquered the largest indoor zipline in the country
for all you friendsgiving hosts, invite who you want, not who you must. serve a turkey, don't serve a turkey. bring classic flaky crescent rolls, or not so classic pizza sticks. and don't forget something sweet, and golden brown fresh from the oven. set the table, set the coffee table, set no table at all. is make it your own. happy friendsgiving. warm up with pillsbury. [ tower pinging ] [ whistling ] we've got a problem, friend. half off any smartphone for anyone who switches? what's the problem? the naughty list shouldn't get deals! yeah, but anyone who switches gets half off of any smartphone. even these? yeah, any smartphone. call the big guy! [ bell dings ] santa? no, jingles.
awards open. starbucks pumpkin spice latte made it famous more than ten years ago. now youll find pumpkin spice added to everything from soup to nuts - literally. but do these foods actually taste good? contact 6's jenna sachs has the results of a consumer reports taste test. if you want a pumpkin fix, how do you pick?
panel started with 20 products to find the tastiest. some...are not so great. 'whatever that pumpkin is thats in 18 is just, its not pleasant.' putting 'pumpkin' on the label didnt make blue diamond almonds irresistible - the candy-like brown spice coating masked the taste of the nuts. but there were some standouts. noosa finest yoghurt pump pumpkin and a hint of pumpkin pie spices. its made with whole milk and is pretty rich, so watch your portion. or you can start your day with pumpkin spice cheerios - they taste mostly of clove but also have hints of cinnamon and nutmeg. snack on the pumpkin spice flax crunchy granola bar from kashi with 4 grams of fiber.. it has pumpkin and flax seeds, and tastes of honey and brown spice. the tasters agreed on imagine organic creamy pumpkin soup - it is thick, smooth and slightly
glass of water ready for trader joes fall harvest salsa. testers felt the heat overpowers the flavors of pumpkin, apples and squash, but it is still tasty. i'm jenna sachs - contact 6. while pumpkin snacks can taste good, not all of them are healthy. take a look at the label and make sure those traditional spices dont also come with a load of added sugars. and don't forget - if you have a consumer issue or complaint for jenna - give her a call! you can reach contact 6 at the number on your screen or file a complaint at fox6now.com edmund fitzgerald sank in lake superior. in 1975, the 700-foot long freighter was just miles away from safe harbor' when it went under during a powerful storm.. all 29-men on board died. the shipwreck... still at the bottom of the lake.
bringing a big drop in temperatures for friday as highs only reach into the middle and upper 40s. expect a few more clouds friday then more sunshine for the weekend. precipitation will arrive late tuesday night. tonight: clear. low: 42 wind: nw 5-10 mph friday: partly sunny, windy and cooler. high: 48 wind:
sunny and breezy. am low: 32 high: 51 wind: sw 5-15 mph sunday: mostly sunny and breezy. am low: 34 high: 54 wind: sw 5-15 mph monday: partly sunny. high: 53 wind: wnw 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny with showers possible at night. am low: 39 high: 54 wind: sw 5-10 mph a cold front passes this evening bringing a big drop in
the middle and upper 40s. expect a few more clouds friday then more sunshine for the weekend. our next chance for precipitation will arrive late tuesday night. tonight: clear. low: 42 wind: nw 5-10 mph friday: partly sunny, windy and cooler. high: 48 wind: ne 10-20 mph saturday: mostly sunny and breezy.
class or a meeting? turns out, it could mean the exact opposite of what we all thought. mary stoker smith is here with more on that. yep, i'm sure many of you can remember drawing in class and getting in trouble for not paying attention. experts are saying that's not quite the case. there's power behind drawing. that...according to a new study. psychology - reveal that doodling can help improve focus and memory. while some may suspect doodling is a sign of spacing out... it's actually a way of bringing your thoughts and ideas together. researchers also say that doodling helps the brain remain active while grasping onto new concepts and being more attentive. there's no denying it -- we definitely spend less time in the sun this time of year. but doctor's say that lack of sun will probably end up
also known as "sad" ... happens to many when the days get shorter.. doctors say while many don't recognize the symptoms of "sad" until the colder months.. symptoms are similar to those of depression. it can start setting-in as early as september.. women and young people are at the greatest risk for developing the disorder. but there are ways to battle it... "get exercise. of course that's something you always ought to do, but it's particularly important if you have seasonal affective disorder. and the other thing is to make sure that you get outside, whether, and do things, wh doctor's do say, if you're really feeling down, depressed and negative and your feelings begin to get in the way of how you function... it is time to seek the help of a professional. and if you're feeling more tired this time of year... that may actually be from something else. hopping on your phone right before your go to bed could affect how long you sleep. participants in a study who used their phone more before bedtime had a worse
california studied data on more university researchers in california studied data on more than six-hundred-fifty adults. everyone's phone use and sleep habits were monitored for a month... analysts used a sleep quality index to assess sleep duration and quality... they found as smartphone use increased, particularly around bedtime.. sleep duration and quality decreased. california is enforcing a ban approved by voters that has many people asking the same question... where are the bags? a plastic bag ban was approved by voters in a statewide ballot initiative. now, retail outlets like grocery stores may not give out single use plastic bags. businesses are however, allowed to sell recycled paper and reusable bags for a minimum
because i do see a lot of trash just thrown. but i also know that a lot of people do recycle them. they use them for a lot of different things." this is the first state-wide ban on plastic bags in the nation. many businesses in the state are already enforcing the recently the holiday season is almost here. and crews in new york are wasting no time getting ready. today they chopped down this 94 -foot norway spruce tree in upstate new york. it will be on display at new york city's rockefeller center. the tree will soon become a magnet for tourists celebrating the holidays in new
november 12th. there, it will be decked out in thousands of lights. the lighting ceremony will take place on november 30th. if you've ever wondered what jurassic park would be like -- now you can find out. you'll just need a plane ticket to japan.... for the first time ever... tokyo is unveiling its jurassic park- themed "dino-park" today. first to come out of the gates is the tyrannosaurus rex. operated by humans --the creatures each dinosaurs are made with state-of- the-art carbon fiber materials, and modeled from fossilized skeletons. for now, there are a total of a dozen of the dinosaurs at the park. when she was 19 -- she stole her
5. a woman in need of kidney donation finds her donor right under her own roof. the wait for a kidney donation can take years, but for her, it was just a matter of weeks. fox 6's kim murphy has her story. i met todd when i was 19.. at a club of all things... 19 was a big year for heather luchies loo-keys - it was the year she fell in love with her now husband... todd.it was also the year she diagnosed with a disease, now deteriorating and scarring her kidneys... "i have a disease cirrhosis " "i knew i needed a transplant or would have to go on dialysis someday just not sure when but the time is now." with her kidneys functioning below 20-percent, heather was put on the waiting list for a new kidney... the average wait time? seven years. "nat" that was seven years too long for husband todd.. so he met with doctors to check his blood type. "and ironically he was and we couldnt believe it." "miraculous if you ask me" "im giving away a kidney for my wife." "happy new year... yeah,
of a spouse being a perfect match... todd believes it was a match made in heaven... "its in gods hands... he orchestrated this whole event... from the beginning." "19 years ago i told her — you gave me your heart in marriage... the least i could do is give her my left kidney... " after months of tests... heather and todd go under the knife in january... however, its not a guaranteed fix... "so theres a fifty percent chance that this disease hope and pray that doesnt happen" for now, the couple says theyre living everyday to the fullest with their son caydon... not letting anything take away their hope. "i dont think ill be needing any more christmas gifts or birthday gifts for awhile.. i think hes got it covered."
now at five... "i very much look forward to dealing with the president." "it is important for all of us." "to now come together, work together." president obama -- and president-elect trump meet for the first time... while frustration... "not my president, not today!" ..boils over into the streets across the planned for tonight in milwaukee. plus... what was a shooting in 2014 -- is now a homicide investigation. we'll get to those stories in just a moment... but first we start some breaking news after uw-waukesha is put on lockdown... officials tell us the lockdown is in response to an incident in the neighborhood near the school -- not on campus. the waukesha county sheriff's department says its armored vehicle was called
suicidal person. the lockdown has since been lifted -- authorities say nobody has been taken into custody and they're still investigating. now to our big story this evening--a killer on the loose. a milwaukee man -- shot almost two years ago -- has died from his injuries. and the person who pulled the trigger -- has never been caught fox6s angelica sanchez has spoken with the victims family she joins us live with more. angelica? the family says it was during an attempted home invasion that eric r his mother's house. his bother tells us he was a promising athlete..husband and father whos life was cut short at the age of 29. 'he was like a bro i really love you man and i was like i really love you too man.' dion walker tells fox6 the last conversation he had with his younger brother 29 year-old eric r walker... who died on friday of complications from a gunshot wound he endured in december of 2014.
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