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instead it should be a reaffirmation of the democratic process." now at 5- the recount in wisconsin will take place by hand or by machine. we have the latest developments coming up in a live report. also this morning -- deadly weather rips through alabama overnight. how many have been killed and the damage done by the storms. new weather deck rob's weather on deck a low and the trough that trails it will move over our area today. as a result, we start sunny but end cloudy with a chance for showers by this evening. showers persist overnight, possibly mixing in
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a few morning flurries or showers, we dry up but stay mostly cloudy on thursday. well dip to the upper 30s friday and saturday but then warm into the low to possibly mid 40s by early next week. today: early sun then becoming cloudy. chance of evening showers. high: 44 wind: sw 5-15 mph anchor adlibs traffic red on wind: sw 5-15 mph anchor adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays anchor adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no
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pedestrian in serious condition after being hit by a car in mequon. the crash happened on port washington just north of highland road. the driver did stop and called police for help. and is cooperating with the investigation. the pedestrian was taken to the hospital by flight for life and has serious injuries. the cause remains under investigation. after she was struck by a hit and run driver. police say it happened around 11 the night before thanksgiving near the intersection of beloit and mitchell. officials say peggy cetranowski was in the crosswalk when she was hit.a caring bridge website says she suffered broken bones, ribs and a fractured skull. the driver sped off and a passing motorist called for help... the family has offered a 25- hundred dollar reward for information leading to an arrest. police do not have a
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police. a dane county judge decides wisconsin county clerks will not have to do a "hand recount" of the november presidential election instead...clerks can choose to use ballot machines. deandra corinthios is live from the zeidler building with the latest the judge encouraged the clerks to hand count the ballots saying it is the best way to determine whether voting machines were tampered with. but said ultimately it is up to the clerks to ...either by hand...or by machine. the request for a hand recount came from green party candidate jill stein. at last night's hearing in madison...her attorneys...as well as a representative for former democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton... called three witnesses to make their case the through line in their testimony was a hand recount is the only way to ensure voting machines were not tampered with. an elections security expert from m-i-t testified that optical scanners used in wisconsin elections are vulnerable to hacks... but
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tampered with. he speculated malware could have been added to scanners without anyone knowing. a statistical expert told the court there were some anomalies with state voting results - particularly when looking at results taken from municipalities that process votes with optical scanners. "the fact that they want to do a recount using machines is their discretion, their decision. i may disagree......... but i cant put myself in their position. i understand it is extremely important to the state of wisconsin and to the nation, but i must follow the law. and the law is there for a
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to recount at least some ballots...including the clerk in milwaukee county...who said otherwise.... he isn't sure he would be able to complete the recount by the december 12th. reporting live in milwaukee dc fox6 news. classes resume today at lincoln intermediate school in west allis after a bomb threat. the threat was is discovered yesterday morning written on a tile inside a third floor boys bathroom. district officials evacuated the kids precaution the west allis/west milwaukee school district canceled classes along with all evening sporting events, and after- school activities. at least three people died in raging wildfires in tennessee. this as authorities say three people have been killed as a line of storms and possible tornadoes moved across northern alabama overnight. nicole joins us now with the latest. officials are saying that the three people killled in alabama were all in a mobile home in rosalie. another person in the home was also
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been a number of other injuries and estimated that 16 to 20 structures in jackson county have been destroyed. officials are still assessing the damage. and in tennessee -- a wildfire that has scorched roughly 15-thousand acres turns deadly. three people have now died. the wildfires, which started monday, damaged or destroyed more than 250 buildings throughout eastern tennessee -- including some iconic resorts. other buildings and attractions remained largely intact, including the dollywood amusement park in nearby pigeon forge. investigation. coming up on wakeup -- closing arguments could begin in the michael slager murder trial. and the black boxes from a deadly plane crash in colombia have been recovered. the latest on the investigation after the break. plus - a cirque du soleil worker is dead after an industrial accident in california. what we know so
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a low and the trough that trails it will move over our area today. as a result, we start sunny but end cloudy with a chance for showers by this overnight, possibly mixing in with snow. no significant accumulation is expected. after a few morning flurries or showers, we dry up but stay mostly cloudy on thursday. well dip to the upper 30s friday and saturday but then warm into the low to possibly mid 40s by early next week. today: early sun then becoming cloudy. chance of evening showers. high: 44
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investigators will look at black boxes recovered from a plane crash in colombia. and a cirque du soleil employee is dead in what police are calling an "industrial accident." nicole is in the newsroom with the latest. officers responded to the area near at&t park in san francisco last night...after receiving a report of an "industrial accident" at the cirque du soleil tent. the employee died at a hospital. police say the department's traffic collision investigation unit is helping wit but they haven't released any other details. last night's show was canceled. authorities in colombia are hoping that the recovered black boxes from monday night's plane crash near medellin will help them figure out why the chartered jetliner crashed.all but six of the 77 people aboard died. a brazilian soccer team was on board. colombian aviation authorities say 21 journalists were also among the passengers, including six fox sports brazil colleagues. south america's soccer
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scheduled matches in a show of solidarity. an update now on the attack at ohio state university. isis is now claiming responsibility for inspiring it. abdul razak ali artan - was an osu student born in somalia. police say he carried out the car-and-knife rampage that left 11 people hurt monday morning. he was then shot and killed by a campus police officer. three victims remain hospitalized and are expected to make complete recoveries. coming up on wakeup - the record sa incredible numbers - just ahead. plus -- another judge will take up the retrial of a former university of cinncinati police officer. how many judges have disqualified themselves from the case. and our weather deck has a new look! we take a look at all the hard work done
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a low and the trough that trails it will move over our area today. as a result, we start sunny but end cloudy with a chance for showers by this evening. showers persist overnight, possibly mixing in with snow. no significant accumulation is expected. after a few morning flurries or showers, we dry up but stay mostly cloudy on thursday. well dip to the upper 30s friday and saturday but then warm into the low to possibly mid 40s by early next week. today: early sun then becoming cloudy. chance of evening showers.
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red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays green on traffic map = no delays expected to hear closing arguments in the michael slager murder trial today. slager is the former north charleston patrolman charged in the shooting death of 50-year-old walter scott. he allegedly fled a traffic stop in april of last year. the shooting was captured on cellphone video. the prosecution contends there was no justification for shooting scott five times in the back as he ran. the defense has argued -- and slager himself testified that he feared for his life when scott wrestled with the officer and grabbed his
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years to life if convicted. another new judge has been assigned to the second trial of former university of cincinnati police officer ray tensing. the first trial judge and two successors disqualified themselves. tensing faces murder and voluntary manslaughter charges for shooting and killing sam dubose during a traffic stop last july. a mistrial was declared earlier this month due to a hung jury. new this morning... it's been our weather deck renovation is now complete! check out this cool timelapse we've put together to show just how much has changed. we completely knocked the old one and started from scratch.
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fireplace! we've posted the complete video on our website fox 6now dot com. and chief meteorologist rob haswell is enjoying the new scenery on the deck this morning. why don't you give us a tour? a low and the trough that trails it will move over our area today. as a result, we start sunny but end cloudy with a chance for showers by this evening. showers persist overnight, possibly mixing in with snow. no significant accumulation is expected. after a few morning flurries or showers, we dry up but stay mostly cloudy on thursday. well dip to the upper 30s friday and
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next week. today: early sun then becoming cloudy. chance of evening showers. high: 44 wind: sw 5-15 mph tonight: showers, possibly mixing with snow. low: 36 wind: w-nw 5-10 mph thursday: early am sho mostly cloudy. high: 42 wind: wnw 5-10 mph friday: mostly cloudy. am low: 32 high: 38 wind: wnw 5-10 mph saturday: mostly cloudy. am low: 27 high: 38 wind: wnw 5-10 mph sunday: mostly cloudy with a chance of rain and/or snow. am low: 26 high: 42 wind: sw 5-15 mph monday: partly cloudy. am low: 32 high: 44 wind: s 5-10 mpha low and the trough that trails it will move over our area today. as a result, we start sunny but end cloudy with a chance for showers by this evening. showers persist overnight, possibly mixing in with snow. no significant accumulation is expected.
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mostly cloudy on thursday. well dip to the upper 30s friday and saturday but then warm into the low to possibly mid 40s by early next week. today: early sun then becoming cloudy. chance of evening showers. high: 44 wind: sw 5-15 mph tonight: showers, possibly mixing with snow. low: 36 wind: w-nw 5-10 mph thursday: early am showers/snow showers then mostly cloudy. high: 42 wind: wnw 5-10 mph friday: mostly cloudy. am low: 32 high: 38 wind: wnw 5-10 mph saturday: mostly cloudy. am low: 27 high: 38 wind: wnw 5-10 mph sunday: mostly chance of rain and/or snow. am low: 26 high: 42 wind: sw 5-15 mph monday: partly cloudy. am low: 32 high: 44 monday: partly cloudy. am low: 32 high: 44 wind: s 5-10 mph am low: 32
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high: 44 wind: s 5-10 mph we're getting a sneak peek this morning at the miller coors "holiday lites" display! this is the 13th consecutive year miller valley has been transformed for the holidays. nearly 600-thousand lights will be synchronized with holiday music. this is the largest display of its kind in the midwest. another fun feature -- a beer keg tree made of 150 barrels. the holiday lites show takes place each friday and saturday during december -- beginning this friday. shows run every 20
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at t.j.maxx, marshalls and homegoods, we've always believed the holidays should be about joy. where days are filled with magic, not madness.
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cyber monday hits a new record. the final lap in the thanksgiving holiday shopping relay raked in nearly three and a half billion dollars in sales. adobe digital insights says shoppers spent more than twelve
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year....with consumers spending more than a billion dollars shopping on their tablets and smartphones. and they're being called the tennessee 20. the group of 20 co-workers at an auto parts manufacturer in lafayette won the powerball over the weekend. they'll split the 420 million dollars and will be taking home 12-point-7 million dollars a piece. all said theyll either stay at work ...r stay long enough to train their state's second-largest lottery jackpot ever. ahead on wakeup this morning -- taking on the world champs. we break down the bucks victory against the cavaliers - coming up. and after the break -- arrests made during protests for raising the minimum wage in west milwaukee. the
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now at 5:30. a ruling from a dane county judge --determines how ballots will be hand recount will not be enforced rob joins us now on our brand new weather deck a low and the trough that trails it will move over our area today. as a result, we start sunny but end cloudy with a chance for showers by this evening. showers persist overnight, possibly mixing in with snow. no significant accumulation is expected. after a few morning flurries or showers, we dry up but stay

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