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-- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com millions hit the roads. we're taking a live look at traffic moving through the marquette interchange. ad lib about traffic it's one of the busiest travel days that's our big story at four: holiday travel. turkey day is almost upon us, which means more cars on the roads, and more people at the airport. there's a massive amount of people expected to be headed out of town and into to town for thanksgiving. we have team coverage of all the hustle and bustle happening right now. t fox 6's madeline anderson is live at general mitchell airport on how travelers are doing so far today. but we begin with a check on the forecast.
us from the weather office. tom? rain wraps up around midnight tonight so dry and quiet conditions expected for thanksgiving. highs will range from upper 30s to low 40s. light snow is possible friday morning then a stronger storm system brings rain showers sunday week. temperatures gradually warm into the upper 40s by the end of the weekend. tonight: cloudy. showers ending. low: 37 wind: var 2-4 mph thursday: partly to mostly cloudy. high: 42 wind: wnw 5-10 mph friday: morning rain/snow
holiday travel plans. millions are hitting the roads or taking to the skies today to see family and friends for thanksgiving. fox6s madeline anderson is live at mitchell airport... catching up with travelers. so far... it's smooth sailing here at mitchell airport. a lot of families arrived several hours early... prepared to have lines for security... but everyone says the experience has been a lot easier than they anticipated. aaa projects 49 million americans will travel more than 50 miles this thanksgiving... thats an increase of one million travelers compared to last year... and the most since 2007. among those flying through milwaukee today... these three sisters... who each live in different states but are reuniting for thanksgiving. we came to green bay, wis. for a
headed to raleigh, north carolina and then ashville. so its like a family road trip all over the country. we also checked in with amtrak... their expecting so many passengers that they're adding extra trains this weekend and requiring people to buy their tickets in advance. reporting live at mitchell international airport. steph thanks madeline. before you drive to your thanksgiving day d visit fox6 now dot com slash traffic... our interactive map powered by google will alert you of trouble spots on the roads. the latest now from new berlin where a man and woman -- both in their seventies -- are dead, each from a single gunshot wound. police tell us this all started with a call for help. fox6's angelica sanchez joins us live from new berlin with details. angelica? as of this afternoon, new berlin police say while they will not
say there is no one in custody... nor are they looking for any suspects. police processed the scene for evidence all morning. they tell me the man was discovered dead at the scene from a single gun shot wound. the woman also suffered a single gun shot wound, but she was alive long enough to be transported to a hospital.. but later died. a police officer explained to the media the odd 9-1-1 call: not identify himself but gave an address and said help was needed here. the dispatcher asked for more details and he just repeated that help was needed here thats all he said.' police are not releasing the identity of the victims at this time. coming up at 5 hear what one neighbor says they remember most about the elderly woman in this investigation. reporting live from new berlin i'm
the milwaukee county medical examiner's office is investigating the death of a three-month old baby boy. it says his death appears to be related to co-sleeping. an autopsy is being done today -- but at this point, no other details have been released. the dodge county sheriff's office has identified the man found dead in a cabin near reeseville yesterday. according to the sheriff's office, 46- year-old james greevers junior from milwaukee was foun d senior was taken to the hospital. officials in dodge county are investigating whether carbon monoxide played a role in the incident. today, we are learning more about who president-elect donald trump wants to help him run the country. our ted perry joins us from the newsroom with the announcement of two prominent positions today. ted? president-elect trump announcing the first two women to take prominent roles on his team.
education.the fifty- eight year-old billionaire is known for her support of charter schools and school voucher programs. the pick prompting concern among some conservatives because devos previously supported common core ... controversial education standards that mister trump railed against during the campaign. "i'm fine with people coming in who disagree with donald trump on issues but school choice is a big one , voucher is a big one creating copmpetition for the govt monolpoly on education." also today, mister trump said he will nominate south carolina governor nikki haley to be his ambassador to the united nations. haley had backed senators marco rubio and then ted cruz at different points during the primary campaign. both selections require senate confirmation in january. reporting from the newsroom, ted perry fox 6 news. steph thanks ted. some more bad news coming from the packers today as they try to snap a 4-
tim van vooren has the blitz from green bay. "well against the gloomy backdrop of the day in green bay more gloomy news for the packers. running back eddie lacy and defensive back sam shields will not play again this season. they will remain on injured reserve right into the off season. mike mccarthy announcing that on wednesday. of course there is gloom regarding the team prospects as well. green bay has lost 4 straight games. one bright spot is that the life with aaron rodgers leading the way. green bay has scored 23 or more points 7 of the last 8 games, you'd think they'd get a few more wins in there but the defense has been holding things back and rodgers is now up to number 2 in the nfl in touchdown passes this year with 25." "the quarterback gets so much credit when things go really well and when they don't he gets a lot of the blame. i think you have to be honest and realistic. we are
variations of offense. he's been consistent he's gotten us through this storm and i think we are very very close to where we want to be." "rodgers and the packers will playa former packers quarterback on monday night in philadelphia.doug pederson who backed up brett favre and wore the green and gold is now the head coach of the eagles. in green bay outside lambeau field, tim van vooren fox 6 sports. in his final turkey pardoning of his presidency, president obama block. "tot, i hearby pardon you from the thanksgiving table, and we hope that you have a wonderful time in gobbler's rest, brad/vowhile tot took the main stage, his "tot, i hearby pardon you from the thanksgiving table, and we
in gobbler's rest, while tot took the main stage, his counterpart, tater, will also be pardonded. online voters picked which turkey would receive the pardon. both birds will head to their new home at virginia tech, where they'll be coming up on fox 6 news at 4... as you prepare for your thanksgiving -- the effort by ryan braun and the brewers to give back before
holiday season? they can fly and many even record video, but can they help cook? the hilarious answer when we come back. a quick programming note-- this saturday fox6 is airing a special concert honoring the military, veterans and their families. it's called "america salutes you". and it features performers like cyndi lauper and gavin degraw. so tune in this saturday at 5 p-m-
just in time for the holiday season... the milwaukee brewers teaming up with the hunger task force. it's all a part of their fifth annual "thanksgiving drive-thru food drive" at miller park. starting at four-thirty this morning they started taking "drive-thru" style donations in the stadium's parking lot. the first 300 people to donate frozen turkey's
dog" bobblehead. players from the team were also there, to help out... even taking time to reflect on what they were thankful for. "it's always a special time of the year to get together with family, i think as i've gotten older you realize you have fewer and fewer opportunities to get the family together. and just kind of have an opportunity to reflect and be thankful for how fortunate and blessed we all are." last year, the event collected more than 102-thousand pounds of food. if you'd like to donate, there's still time. donations will be accepted until six o'clock tonight. ever wonder what happ caterers and restaurants? we have a partial answer. "just one more ministry" partners with some of those businesses and grocery stores to distribute the left over food to people in need. and for the first time, they are using some of the food to help prepare thanksgiving dinners. a team of volunteers started packing up the dinners today. a larger team will prepare meals for 900 people early tomorrow morning. other organizations
decided to bring his hobby of flying the unmanned aircraft into the kitchen. what better test than using it to prepare thanksgiving dinner? he first attached special propellers and used them to peel potatoes and carrots. after that an attachment to drop the turkey off in the oil to fry the bird. and with a few egg beaters, the drone was able to mix together, gravy, boiled potatoes, whipping cream, and instant pu once! and voila a delicious thanksgiving dinner, made by drone. the internet is making it easier to find the best deals this black friday. rich demuro explains in todays tech report. thousands of products will be on sale for black friday... so how do
that can help. nats...black friday black friday is one of the best days to shop... online and in store. but you need to plan ahead to score the best deals... a great first stop... slickdeals dot net. 49/we use millions of consumers to find, share and then vote thumbs up or thumbs down the result... this page...packed with the best deals each day. 2;27/finding those 10 or 20 products that are lowest prices of the year... lower than youll ever find is really where the excitement comes in with blac f feature gaming systems... drones... and 4k tvs. 14;57/4k tv available at walmart - its a 55 inch 4k philips television, its 298 dollars normally 498 dollars so pretty significant savings there. another site to check... bf-ads dot net. here youll find ad scans from just about every retailer... 4;25/a lot of the retailers are doing something new to them... they have exclusive toys just to them...
thousand advertised sale items to come up with a list of the top 25 doorbusters. like a 49 inch toshiba 4k tv at best buy for 199 dollars... normally 450. or an irobot vaccumm... for 269 at sams club... normally 340. check out sister site fatwallet dot com ... their hot deals forum... is where regular people discuss everyday matter where you research... dont forget to make use of notifications... set searches for the things you want to buy... so you can jump on a deal as soon as its discovered. one more tip... download a price checker app... so you can scan barcodes in store to make sure what youre getting is really a deal. amazon and shopsavvy are two
which stores are open -- which aren't? what are the big sale items? we have all the answers for you with the ultimate black friday shopping guide -- on fox6 now dot com and the fox6 news app. you'll find it right on our home page. ad lib about black friday coming up on fox 6 news at four... how a new grant is already creating new jobs for milwaukee's sherman park neighborhood. here's a live look outside from our camera on top of the moderne building in downtown milwaukee. ad lib w weather expert tom wachs is up next with a look at the
tonight so dry and quiet conditions expected for thanksgiving. highs will range from upper 30s to low 40s. light snow is possible friday morning then a stronger storm system brings rain showers sunday night into the beginning of the week. the upper 40s by the end of the weekend. tonight: cloudy. showers ending. low: 37 wind: var 2-4 mph thursday: partly to mostly cloudy. high: 42 wind: wnw 5-10 mph "i'm frank. hi. two weeks in los angeles and youre already working for howard hughes? no
a really difficult thing. is that a time you would have liked to lived in? definitely. yeah i think so. i mean everything as a woman the hair makeup and wardrobe was enough to draw me in. i just love old movies. the way that they don't rely on cutting quickly and editing fast and you're allowed to linger and watch a story unfold. there's a slowness to it that i think really involves an audience and makes them smarter than they think we are now. and yeah there's a romanticism and a mystery about that period. there's a lot of things i would change maybe i would ta then but i don't think i'd get very far. but yeah i think it was just a very romantic period that is so intriguing." and these young actors got to share the screen -- and take
the legendary warren beatty. ad lib to bite did you go back and look at a lot of his work before? yes i watched a couple of the ones it's interesting to look at his body of work and see the similarities in a lot of, we were talking last night about there's these speeches in the film where people talk really fast and say a lot of information. and that's almost in every single one of his films. i mean like reds is full of that. then when you hang out with the beatty family that's a little bit how they talk. that's like how ben is. they have these minds that are almost photographic memories and they can just you know rattle off a lot of information and and
a car, stolen in the middle of a sale. how the thief was caught... all thanks to a call from an uber driver. plus -- what a multi-million dollar grant means for vacant houses near sherman park. no more games, jerry. you saw the deal and hustled to u.s. cellular to get yourself the samsung galaxy s7 and 500 bucks. "maybe," jer-bear? hmm? got your phone and your $500 and put it under your own tree. that's your writing! you after santa's job? it was a one-day deal. sorry, santa. it's no crime to gift yourself. get a samsung galaxy s7 this friday
milwaukee alderman approve a two- million dollar plan to tear down or fix- up vacant houses in the sherman park neighborhood. those who are training young men and women on the trades...say if it's done right, this can help stabilize parts of the community and keep them that way. a.j. bayatpour is here in the this money comes from a larger package of state funding that was made available following the violence near sherman more than three months ago. this week, the common council approved a plan for how to use the two million dollars they control... the day before thanksgiving means gathering around the shop table at protrade. here, men and women come in with little or no trade skills and learn the basics. after the ten-week
upstairs to mindful staffing, where reginald reed works with construction companies to place the students at real-world job sites. he sees the grant as a great opportunity. not only are we restoring the neighborhoods, but were giving people from the communities the ability to work on these projects as well. back in august, nearly two weeks after the riots, governor scott walker and mayor tom barrett announced the state was giving milwaukee 4.5 million dollars to help out near sherman park. two million of it was earmarked tuesday, the common council decides half that money will go toward demolishing vacant houses, the other million dollars toward rehabbing houses that can be saved. eligible properties are between 20th and 60th and between capitol and lloyd. were looking to help grow small businesses in the construction and rehab business and also, get more people employed from the neighborhoods. some of money will go pay the wages of
all tied together: if more young people in the neighborhood are skilled, they'll get good jobs then buy those homes. its like a train car; if they arent all connected, only the motor goes, everything else stays. alderman stamper says he expects work to begin on the houses in april or may next year. in a statement, mayor barrett said he's pleased with the council's decision. a judge refusing to lower the bail for a 27-year-old 16 drug related felonies. a district attorney arguing today against the move. earlier this month, officials arrested "lacresha lightfoot" who they say is a quote, "major drug dealer". lightfoot's bail was set at 250-thousand dollars. officials believe she orchestrated a large scale operation throughout the dodge county area. "she is from the chicago area, she came here, she set up this drug operation, she refers to beaver dam as her city, this is her drug territory. she is a high level drug dealer. she has brought a tremendous amount of misery and destruction to our community and she has
in january. the u-s navy blue angels are back in milwaukee gearing up for next year's air and water show. today -- two of the pilots checking things out to make sure all would be in order for the show next july. the team of navy flight pilots perform air shows around the country. since 2002 -- the squadron has come over lake michigan. this year's show was canceled due to financial issues. though, things are all in place for a 20-17 show but the pilots say there's still work to be done... "from the first of july all the way through mid-march doing an intense training program out in a naval air facility in el centro california. that's kind of our home base where we get to take brand new pilots, work with them every day, do intense training to bring them up to demo ready
the air and water show will be back in milwaukee next summer on july 15th and 16th. they will also hold public practices two days leading up to the shows. ted perry joins us now from the news room with some stories you'll see on fox six news at five. caught on police dash cam. a car engulfed in flames. at five, what lead up to that fiery crash. also at five.... of human trafficking, domestic violence, and homelessness. coming up, see the unique gift she received from people who believe in her cause. all that and more coming up, in about 20 minutes, when mary stoker smith joins me on fox six news at five. brad thanks ted. now to a fox 6 exclusive: it was supposed to be an easy sale. but when a milwaukee man went to close the deal on his car, he
fox 6's ashley sears explains how a mistaken call from an uber driver helped catch the criminal. never had any issues it was supposed to be a normal car sale-- at 76th and oklahoma-- nats mechanic patrick berry met up with 20-year-old kumasi wallace after he responded to a craigslist ad. he says, 'can i look underneath the hood?' and i said 'sure.' but berry quickly realized there would be no sale-- he scared just took off. berry tried chasing after--but lost sight of his stolen vehicle. when he was on his way to the police station--he got a phone call-- somebody calls me asking 'where are you?' i said '...i was just trying to sell a car here.' it turns out berry wasn't the only person looking for wallace. an uber driver called berry thinking it was the suspect. investigators say wallace had given the driver berry's number, but
drive his actual name. with his information, it made it so much easier for the police to find him. police found berry's stolen vehicle a block from wallace's home. the suspect was later arrested. i was thankful the police were able to do this and catch this guy and stop him from stealing other cars. berry says he's learned a lot from the experience, hoping others will too. it is a lesson learned for me. i berry says from now on, he will only sell cars in designated areas at police departments. meantime, police were able to connect wallace to another car theft. if convicted he faces 12 years behind bars. reporting downtown, ashley sears fox 6 news. a wisconsin man receives quite the surprise after hitting a deer. the adams county sheriff's office responded to a call last
hit....wasn't as dead as he thought. the man put the deer in the back of his truck thinking he killed it. but check this out.... he opens the truck's hatch to show the officer the deer... and the animal jumps up and runs away. according to the officer's... the deer ran into the woods and quote, "refused to give a statement." ad lib about deer video coming up on fox 6 news at four: troubled toys. the gifts that may be on some christmas lists, that pose potential hazards for kids. turkey topping plates tomorrow, it's important to have a game plan. how to avoid that post-meal slowdown. here's a live look outside right now. ad lib what you see weather expert tom wachs is in next with
special kid on their holiday list. the annual 'trouble in toyland' report is out ... it focuses on recalled and hazardous toys. the wispirg foundations says it searched for 44 recalled toys ... and found 16 available for sale online. the toys were recalled for reasons that include choking hazards ... high levels of lead
learn comes from hand to mouth behaviors, so a lot of things in the environment including toys is a choking hazard. wispirg recommends shoppers be aware of toy recalls or other hazards .... and check for recalled toys already in their homes. colder weather brings drier air, which can cause chapped lips, itchy sk humidifier might help. but with so many choices how do you know which type is right for you? contact 6's jenna sachs has a look at consumer reports ratings. every year as colder weather hits, alex joyce breaks out several humidifiers. "by having a humidifier in the bedroom it would bring it to a more comfortable humidity in the room and i would wake up in the morning and not have dry sinuses and i would not have dry lips.' consumer reports just tested
— evaporative-style, which draws air through a wet wick filter; ultrasonic which releases a fine mist into the air; and vaporizer types which emit steam. testers measure moisture output. "when the winter comes, you put your heating system on, the air dries out, you want to know how much humidity you can put back into the room." testers also look at features, noise levels and how easy a humidifier is to clean. consumer reports tests can grow in every type of humidifier, but some are better than others at keeping it out of the air. "we found that evaporative-type humidifiers are less likely to put that bacteria back into the air. it may grow in the tank, but its not going to come out." consumer reports says this well at walgreens brand evaporative humidifier is a good choice for a medium-sized room and costs just 32- dollars. but keep in mind, evaporative
quieter humidifier, consider an ultrasonic. this cvs brand is top-rated for a small room and costs just 30-dollars. no matter which type of humidifier you choose, the safest approach is to empty, rinse, and dry it out every day. and once per week follow the manufacturers instructions on how to disinfect the tank. i'm jenna sachs - contact 6. rain wraps up around midnight tonight so dry and quiet conditions expected for thanksgiving. highs will range from upper 30s to low 40s. light snow is possible
system brings rain showers sunday night into the beginning of the week. temperatures gradually warm into the upper 40s by the end of the weekend. tonight: cloudy. showers ending. low: 37 wind: var 2-4 mph thursday: partly to mostly cloudy. 5-10 mph friday: morning rain/snow showers then mostly cloudy. am low: 33 high: 42 wind: nw 5-10 mph saturday: partly sunny. am low: 30 high: 44 wind: sw 5-10 mph sunday: increasing clouds with showers in the evening. am low:
showers likely. am low: 39 high: 50 wind: se 5-15 mph rain wraps up around midnight tonight so dry and quiet conditions expected for thanksgiving. highs will range from upper 30s to low 40s. light snow is possible friday system brings rain showers sunday night into the beginning of the week. temperatures gradually warm into the upper 40s by the end of the weekend. tonight: cloudy. showers ending. low: 37 wind: var 2-4 mph thursday: partly to mostly cloudy.
friday: morning rain/snow showers then mostly cloudy. am low: 33 high: 42 wind: nw 5-10 mph saturday: partly sunny. am low: 30 high: 44 wind: sw 5-10 mph sunday: increasing clouds with showers in the evening. am low: 34 high: 48 showers likely. am low: 39 high: 50 wind: se 5-15 mph rain wraps up around midnight tonight so dry and quiet conditions expected for thanksgiving. highs will range from upper 30s to low 40s. light snow is possible friday morning then a stronger storm
night into the beginning of the week. temperatures gradually warm into the upper 40s by the end of the weekend. tonight: cloudy. showers ending. low: 37 wind: var 2-4 mph thursday: partly to mostly cloudy. high: 42 wind: wnw 5-10 mph showers then mostly cloudy. am low: 33 high: 42 wind: nw 5-10 mph saturday: partly sunny. am low: 30 high: 44 wind: sw 5-10 mph sunday: increasing clouds with showers in the evening. am low: 34 high: 48 wind: se 5-10 mph monday: showers likely. am low: 39 high: 50 wind: se 5-15
medications are relatively common in the home -- whether prescriptions from your doctor or over-the-counter meds you bought at the pharmacy. medications send people to the hospital. mary stoker smith is in with that. federal health officials say nearly one out of two-hundred-fifty americans lands in the emergency room because of a medication-related reaction. researchers examined data from more than 42-thousand e-r visits during 2013 and 2014. prescription or over-the-counter medicines were responsible for about one-point-three million doctor
more than 600-thousand vists per year compared to ten years ago. blood thinners, diabetes medicines and antibiotics topped the list -- accounting for around half of those. study authors note, medicare incentives may help bring down those numbers. and before tomorrow gets here and we all fill up on food, you may want to know something. it may not be all the turkey's fault if you think you need a nap after that meal. an expert says while turkey does contain an amino acid often blamed for found in a lot of different protein sources. plus, carbs are another big culprit. so those scoops of stuffing and potatoes will all head straight to your blood sugar, making you crash. but there are ways to avoid that couch nap... "i would actually recommend the small frequent snacks throughout the day, so that you're 'a' not eating as much, but also just getting a better regulation of your blood sugar for that day."
with veggies.. why not lots of 'em! and don't forget, different alcohols have loads of carbs, so watch those drinks! and if your child has asthma and it's acting up at their school -- it may not be what you think..... turns out, mouse allergens may be aggravating it. researchers looked at nearly three hundred students with asthma between the ages of four and thirteen... classroom dust samples were collected and analyzed. they found, kids exposed t were much more likely to experience asthma symptoms. their work shows a school's environment may have a lot of these unseen allergens... they suggest air filtration systems and pest management would reduce the issues. back to you guys. and moving from mice to their sworn enemies... a cat in fresno is now safe... it was stuck on top of a 45 foot power pole for eight days. its owner
dog. a non-profit group helped facilitate the rescue. "he's probably gonna develop and upper respiratory infection being out in the cold and not having anything. his immunity's probably went down. he's gonna need lots of love for the next couple of weeks." 250 homes went without power while the rescue was completed. facebook is trying to ga has previously been unable to -- china. the social media site is building a censorship tool to try and appeal to the country's strict guidelines. the new york times says the software would block certain posts from users' news feeds. however, some experts say the move could backfire-- saying facebook may also have to give china access to its servers and potentially compromise user information. in the midst of the busy travel season -- and a day before thanksgiving...a german airline grounds hundreds of flights. "lufthansa" pilots
the pilots union is citing a salary dispute. now -- nearly 100-thousand people are scrambling to reach their destinations. around 900 flights were canceled, both national and international. they say a picture is worth a thousand words. one word for one family's photo, "chaos" coming up, the story behind this picture, that's making them
showing up in mailboxes across the country soon. a michigan family going in to have their pictures taken for their card ends up with a photo that has gone viral online. fox 6's kim murphy has the story. "can you smile" 10-month-old emerson frandsen has an adorable smile. she doesn't say a lot just yet. "can you say daddy?" the photo from a shoot for her first holiday card is speaking to the masses. "it just depicts our
posted the picture of her yanking off his glasses online. it has since gone viral. "people are just laughing and saying we love it and they love the authenticity of the image" "try to tell their story through their portrait" "it was very authentic" any type of shoot with a baby can be difficult "nats" it was sam interrante in - ter- ron-tay that captured the picture. "just kept clicking especially when she started grabbing. its those candid moments that end up being so precious" "i js get one photo that we can use itll be awesome and we got so many great photos from it" jeff is a photographer himself and had a few ideas going into the shoot. "we were thinking of having a nice photo of our family. having a stoic photo." the stoic photo is the one they plan to send out. the other one too many people have seen.. it will be in their living room. "thats our personality. we like to have a lot of fun so we are going to hang the silly one."
our big story this eveniing.. an elderly man and woman are found inside their new berlin home. each suffering from a single gunshot wound. fox6s angelica sanchez tells us this all started early this morning with a call for help. she joins us live with more angelica. ted and stephanie-- the dispatcher says the man on the phone did not identify himself. all he kept saying was that help was needed. what police found early this morning has stunned the neighborhood. a secluded house on the quiet street of hickory lane is now the scene of a death investigation. a 911 call at 6:30am lead to the discovery of
single gun shot wounds. 'there was a male caller who did not identify himself but gave an address and said help was needed here. the dispatcher asked for more details and he just repeated that help was needed here thats all he said.' the man was dead when police arrived. the woman was transported to a hospital where she later died. this news has disturbed nearby neighbors. 'they told me who it was and i was just shocked because it was an older couple that were very quiett down the street since i started living here...my whole life it was just such a shock to me.' 20-year-old danielle svehlek tells us the 71-year-old woman was often seen caring for her pets. 'she always walked her dogs everyday...she loved her dogs i always waved to her when i drove past her' police say they found several dogs and cats alive. they remained on the scene taking items out of the house all morning. they say
custody and are not looking for any suspects. ' the holidays are coming up and it was just you know really it got to me knowing thanksgiving is tomorrow and such a tragedy happening.' the victims' identities will not be released until all family is notified. reporting live from new berlin i'm angelica sanchez fox6 news mary thanks angelica the milwauk investigating the death of a three-month old baby boy. it says the death appears to be related to co-sleeping. an autopsy was scheduled for today -- but no other details have been made available. new details on an early morning fiery crash in greenfield. it happened after a speeding car ran a red light. the crash caused injury and damage. fox6's myra sanchick tells you what happened and shows you the dash cam video of the burning car. it's incredible. the lightpost is gone when bret eulberg got to