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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
morning .the fire hydrant is gone.there's debris there was a bit of a surprise you see the retaining wall is gone fox6 captured what had happened here at south 76th and layton just after midnight. police say hales corners police were trying to stop a speeding car that ran a red light. that vehicle crashed into another vehicle with two people inside... crashing into the jewelry store's wall this is the greenfield squad video recorded by an officer coming to help. it was engulfed in flames. the fire department put the flames out miraculously police say the two people inside the victim's vehicle were not seriously injured due to the fast work of rescue crews. our officers arrived on the scene and assisted hales corners in first of all getting everyone out of the vehicles. the suspect himself was already in custody by hales corners as for the damaged store: it happens
shopping days. obviously the black friday weekend sales are coming up . we want everyone to come in , help support rebuilding our wall and there's a message for others who recklessly drive this thanksgiving. just pull over. you're not going to get away. you could hurt people. not a lot of answers about that suspect at this time. in the coming days the police reports will be going to the district attorney's office. live in greenfield myra sanchick fox6 news a milwaukee police squad car is involved in a crash early this morning... it happened around 2 a-m near 27th and fond du lac... so far -- officials have not provided many details. it's unclear exactly how the crash happened. breaking news now-- wisconsin's
ted thanks bret for some - it was a tough trip to grandma's house today. with about 1-million people wisconsin for the holiday -- people in central wisconsin woke up to a decent snowfall this morning. this was the scene in wausau. about an inch or two of snow fell around there and some areas to the north. it wasn't anything like that here -- but we've had some precipitation in our area today... and the clouds are likely to stick around into tomorrow... weather expert tom wachs in the weather office with a look ahead.
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. temperatures gradually warm into the upper 40s by the end of the weekend. tonight: cloudy. showers wind: var 2-4 mph thursday: partly to mostly cloudy. high: 42 wind: wnw
stay ahead of the weather anywhere -- any time. just download the fox 6 storm center app -- it's free and available for android and apple devices. and if you're getting ready to hit the road -- holiday traffic is starting to pick up this evening. this is a live look at the wisconsin d-o-t 50 million people expected to travel for thanksgiving -- triple-a says about 43-and-a-half million of them will be driving to their destination. so you're one of them -- make sure to take care and drive safe on the roads. the dreary weather... not putting a damper on people's 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 international airport catching up with
here at mitchell airport. a lot of families arrived several hours early... prepared to wait in long lines for security... but everyone says the experience has been a lot easier than they anticipated. the tickets are booked... and were going to new york to see my sisters, their aunts and unclenext up... take off at mitchell international airport. pats from california, im from arizona, nancys from north carolina but were all from green bay, wis. for these three sisters... heres the story. milwaukee... is just the meeting point for their final destination. then were headed to raleigh, north carolina and then ashville. so its like a family road trip all
americans will travel more than 50 miles this thanksgiving... the majority... opting to drive. thats an increase of one million travelers compared to last year... and the most since 2007. but even trains are expecting big numbers. amtrak is adding extra rides this weekend from milwaukee to chicago... and requiring passengers to buy their tickets in advance. its kinda the easiest way to get home, avoids all of the traffic and then you dont have to worry about driving. you can just text and be on social media the whole time. whether your prefered mode of transportatio it's the food i like the stuffing. and i like the turkey. and the company we share it with... we have the next generation in charge doing all the cooking for us.that's makes the journey worth it every year. its my favorite holiday if you're driving... triple a says gas prices are the second lowest they've been since 2008. the national average right now is 2-13... but we've seen prices around milwaukee as low as a dollar 95 today. reporting live at mitchell airport madeline anderson fox6
before you drive to your thanksgiving day destination, visit fox6 now dot com slash traffic... our interactive map powered by google will alert you of trouble spots on the roads. there's no doubt the amount of injuries the packers have dealt with so far this season has led to their 4-6 record. unfortunately, two of the players they had planned on playing major roles this season haven't and won't the rest the details tonight in the blitz. "packers coach mike mccarthy steps to the podium on wednesday talking about his team getting ready for the philadelphia eagles. then he talks about 2 guys from this tears team currently on injured reserve. eddie lacy the running back and sam shield the cornerback. "eddie lacy will be on ir for the rest of the season, so will sam shields. it's unfortunate for eddie and it's unfortunate for sam but based on
conversations to this point that's where we are." "mccarthy says he felt lacy was having his most productive season as a pro. he didn't say but were thinking about the fact that this was a contract clouding his future. as for sam shields that's a cloudy future as well. will he just play again giving his history of concussions?" "really the conversation with sam i know particularly mine with him is that he needs to get healthy that needs to be his focus and that is his focus, that's what we're focusing on. "so lacy and shields are on the long list of injuries for the packers. theirs are for the rest of the season, others are still up in the air. when is too much on that front? "i mean never, it's the game of football 63 players in our building we are training them all to win games." "the packers at philadelphia on monday night it is the end of a 3 game road swing, it has been a
vooren fox 6 sports." a deputy uses narcan to save a woman from an overdose... while that's good news -- officials say it isn't something to celebrate. it's just the latest in a series of overdoses... what authorities say they're seeing on almost a regular basis -- next. and still ahead... the donation that will help take victims of sex trafficking off the streets
a racine county sheriffs deputy is being credited with saving a womans life after a suspected heroin overdose. but the sheriff explains -- any celebration should be tempered by growing concern over what he terms an epidemic. fox six's justin williams has the story, new at five. mean, its, were talking about a human beings life, here. is brief. thats amazing, but thats, quickly, washed away with-- we still have this concerning, overwhelming problem. wednesday, racine county sheriff, christopher schmaling, recalls his department's most recent use of a medication named nalaxone,... more commonly called narcan. it is rare, when we can, actually, take a proactive step, and, actually, save a human beings life. the sheriff says, on november
department responded to a call in the 21-thousand block of schroeder road, in the town of dover. here, they found a 25-year-old woman, who was a passenger in a vehicle, had passed-out, and was not breathing. they had some information to suggest that she had used heroin. so, the deputy, immediately, administered the, the naloxone, thats nasal narcan, as its come to be known, and the person came to, and was up, and talking. at that point, the sheriff says the woman admitted she had overdosed on heroin -- prompting his message to anyone pushing product. i have so many people that provide us information. ifth dealers knew, they would, they would stop, immediately. they think they have friends, but they dont. there are a lot of false friendships, out there, and many of them are working for me. and, thats why i say, its not a matter of if, it is a matter of when. sheriff schmaling says his department began equipping patrol cars with narcan, in february of 2014. in fewer than three years, he says this marks the 19th life saved using the medication. this is the latest, in racine county. im justin williams, fox
if you or someone you know is struggling with addiction, we invite you to visit fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app. we have a host of resources available to you -- when you click the "dose of reality" tab. it's time for your news and weather together. dodge county officials have identified the milwaukee hunter who died this week... 46-year-old james greevers, junior was found dead monday evening in a cabin in rural reesevil greevers, senior remains in the hospital. authorties found both men unresponsive when family asked for a welfare check after they failed to return home after a hunting trip. investigators are looking into whether carbon monoxide or other environmental factors are to blame. milwaukee police are looking for the suspect in an armed robbery. it happened sunday afternoon near hubbard and reservoir... police say the suspect approached a woman and stole her purse and car keys.... then took the woman's car. it's a black chrysler 200
the suspect --you are asked to call police. a judge refuses to lower bail for a 27- year-old beaver dam woman facing 16 drug related felonies. earlier this month -- authorities arrested "lacresha lightfoot". she's accused of orchestrating a large-scale drug operation throughout dodge county. her bail is set at 250-thousand
weather 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
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 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 system brings rain showers
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.
preparing food for the needy for thanksgiving -- and making sure non goes to waste. one local organization is working to do just that -- in its first thanksgiving effort. how they're doing it -- next. 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
nat ...a well- oiled assembly line of volunteers. "just one more ministry" has been preparing meals for years, but this is its first thanksgiving meal endeavor. the source of the food makes it somewhat unique. "we're a food rescue organization. we rescue hundreds and thousands of food on a daily basis. :51 from caterers, restaurants, grocery stores. :55they distributed to food to faith based and service organizations that feed the elderly, disabled, domestic the homeless. before joining "just one more ministry" eva welch's group called "street angels milwaukee outreach" for the homeless was-- and still is-- one of 52 partners. "they currently provide almost all of the food that we take out and we feed 70- to 100 people a night, three times a week." :41 and a lot of times they'll give us prepared food where all we have to do is warm it up, pack it up, take it out." this group is focused on thanksgiving day, and those who
lonely, hungry and many are seniors. 65 drivers will distribute to them on thursday. "and the drivers are going to come in, pick up those meals, take them out to these people and actually sit with them and enjoy that meal with them. :01before leaving, the group also remembered those who will receive the meals in prayer. "we pray that you will encourage all who will be receiving these meals tomorrow." the volunteers packed 150 individual meals. a team of 50 will come an tomorrow morning. this organization is growing and so is its need for volunteers. we'll attach contact information to this story on our website: fox6now.com. president-elect donald trump filling out even more of his administration today... this time -- naming the first two women to join him. the positions they'll hold -- just ahead. plus... the donation that will help take victims of sex trafficking off the streets of milwaukee -- after
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