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very polite. i dont... very surprised by it. now at 4:30... a 21-year-old man-- arrested over plotting a school shooting. what authorities found on his facebook page that led to his arrest. also this morning... temperatures are dropping today-- with highs only near 12 degrees! and the wind chill making it even colder. weather expert rob haswell is tracking just how long the bitter cold will last. good morning and thanks for starting your day with wakeup. lets go straight to our fox6 weather expert rob haswell in the weather
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morning. partly sunny, windy and bitter cold on wednesday with a high around 12 and wind chills between -5 and -15 all day. getting even colder on thursday with morning wind chills in the -25 range. high temperatures will only reach the single digits. snow returns to the forecast friday and saturday. significant accumulation possible, but too early for specific amounts. stay tuned. wednesday: partly sunny, windy and bitter cold. high: 12 wind: nw 15-25 mph a drop in the temperature means a need for help sky rockets. shelters are adding hours to keep up with demand. fox 6's ashley sears explains.
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is out in it-- 14:19 it was miserable. especially--if that is one of your only options. 14:21 i didnt have anywhere to go, just walking around. brian brown knows the pain of the bone chilling cold. he used to be homeless. brown eventually found help at repairers of the breach. he's now a cook here and helps others in need. 16:57 when they come here i make them feel warm welcomed and loved. he's now working double. the daytime shelter has extended it's 06:26 we greet them, offer them a hot shower, a hot cup of coffee, a hot meal, a sleeping bag, a pillow and a place to sit. they get ready for a busy night-- putting out food, scarves and hats. on monday night--12 people passed through, tuesday afternoon more than 100. eleven shelters are open in milwaukee county-- additional warming centers are expected to open in the coming days. 47:36 this time of year, theres always a spike in demand.
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45:21 if you see people that look like they have a need, call 211. for brown the help was critical-- as he now pays it forward. 17:07 its a blessing. again, if you see someone in need call 2-1-1. repairers of the breach is open seven in the morning until 4 in the evening. they open back up overnight, when temperatures drop. in milwaukee, ashley sears fox 6 news. check the radar anytime - right from your phone. center app, it's available on android and apple. president-elect donald trump-- taking a victory lap in west allis. angelica joins us from the newsroom with the details on his visit. president-elect donald trump is reliving his election victories in swing state after swing state. last night- he was in west allis to thank wisconsin voters for electing him. wisconsin republicans celebrated around the president-elect. and for the first time, house speaker paul ryan joined him. mister trump mocked wisconsin's
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it because it showed he won by even more. here's what he had to say about ryan, whom he clashed with during the campaign. "he's like a fine wine, every day goes by i get to appreciate his genius more and more, and if he ever goes against me i'm not gonna say that ok?" the crowd was so large that state fair park officials opened a partition in the back of the room to allow for more people. do that when the crowd hit six-thousand. kim back to you. people started lining up hours before the doors opened for yesterday's rally. most were supporters excited about the election and hopeful for the future... "first time ive seen a gentleman like trump that has the values of all people" im pumped up. bc we finally got a president thats a real person that dont think like a politician 12:29 " i think its going to be a great start. im excited im
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interrupted president elect trump's speech. but for the most part, things were peaceful. if you'd like to hear more of president- elect trump's speech-- we've posted it on our website. fox6 now dot com. just find the story on our home page. in syria... a ceasefire between the government and rebels in aleppo has been broken. that's according to multiple activists insid city. they say bombing resumed overnight in rebel-held areas of the city. the ceasefire brokered by turkey between government troops and rebel leaders...was supposed to allow civilians time to evacuate. but the syrian observatory for human rights says hours after a planned one has left. now, this story is still developing... we'll continue to bring you the latest updates throughout the morning on wakeup. a sheboygan man is charged with making terrorist threats, after his online posts cause some to fear he was
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21-year-old joshua bagemehl bag-uh-meal was arrested just hours after buying an assault riffle on monday.on sunday-- authorities say the suspect posted on facebook quote "someone needs to do a school shooting around here. it would be funny as expletive ."two days later he posted videos of his newly purchased gun. someone turned in his posts anonymously to crime stoppers. officials say bagemehl bag-uh-meal told authorities he enjoys watching violent videos, and doing so makes the urge to shoot people go away.he says the posts were done, to get "a reaction." particularly bothered me, was his alleged comment that he like videos where he could hear the women screaming that says to me ok, were dealing with someone with severe mental health problems, but can also be extremely dangerous. bail was set for 75-thousand dollars. he's due back in court
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connecticut will hold a moment of silence to remember to lives lost during the sandy hook shooting. today marks four years since 20-year- old adam lanza killed 20 children and 6 educators at the school. classes are scheduled at the school, and students will hear from different speakers. a moment of silence is planned for 9-30 this morning ....and a counceling center will be open for extended hours. in sheboygan county -- the sheriff's office is trying to find a missing college 18-year-old kaelin o'neal was last seen on the lakeland university campus on sunday. he was wearing a black button jacket. if you've seen him-- give authorities a call. new this morning... police in waukesha-- searching for the woman suspected of robbing a bank. dgx take a look if you recognize her. police say she went into the waukesha state bank around 5 last night. she demanded money from the teller with a note. no weapons were implied or shown. the suspect took some money and ran off.
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police say she spoke with an accent. anyone with information is asked to call police. meanwhile-- police are also investigating several local massage businesses for possible illegal activities. waukesha police say they received an anonymous tip about prostitution and human trafficking. so far -- several arrests have been made...and charges are pending. president obama-- signing a new bill into law aimed at helping president obama-- signing a new bill into law aimed at helping medical research. how the 21st century cures law honors the vice president's son. officials plan to get the lead out of milwaukee pipes. how much homeowners can expect to pay for the replacements. time now 4:xx you're taking a live look outside this morning.. partly sunny and cold with highs in the low double digits. right now . wind chills will be sub-zero all day.
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it will feel like -15 in the mornin bitter cold on wednesday with a high around 12 and wind chills between -5 and -15 all day. getting even colder on thursday with morning wind chills in the -25 range. high temperatures will only reach the single digits. snow returns to the forecast friday and saturday. significant accumulation possible, but too early for specific amounts. stay tuned. wednesday: partly sunny, windy and bitter cold. high: 12
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edmonds has been acquired by a missouri shoe company. that's according to our partners at the milwaukee business journal. "caleres incorporated" made the deal for 255-million dollars -- saying the acquisition would grow its footwear business.allen edmonds has been making shoes since 19-22, when it opened its first factory in wisconsin. the city of milwauk ahead to tackle a big problem in the city. a multi-million dollar plan will require tens of thousands of homes to have their lead laterals replaced. under the plan a homeowner would pay up to 16 hundred dollars, or no more than a third of the cost of replacing the section of pipe under their property. the city would pay the rest. we understand there are going to be families who can't afford this right now. at the same time there are absentee landlords who would not be doing this if we did not
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replacing pipes that bring water to day care centers and pipes that have histories of breaking. until laterals get replaced, water filtration systems are encouraged. what should you look for when purchasing one? search "n-s-f logo" on fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app for more information. new details about who's expected to join president-elect donald trump's cabinet. who sources say will be picked to lead the energy de new testing is expected to be done in the nearly 20-year old murder investigation of jonbenet ramsey. what authorities have planned for the new round of dna tests. bill cosby will be in court today for the second day of his pre-trial hearing. what his prosecutor said in court during the first day of the hearing. time now 4:xx you're taking a live look outside this morning.. some sun but chilly and breezy. high
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. when we get more snow next. you are watching the fox 6
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wakeup news. it will feel like -15 in the morning. partly sunny, windy and bitter cold on wednesday with a high around 12 and wind chills between -5 and -15 all day. getting even colder on thursday with morning wind chills in the -25 range. high temperatures will only reach the single digits. snow returns to the forecast friday and saturday. significant accumulation possible, but too early for specific amounts. stay tuned. wednesday: partly sunny, windy and bitter cold. high:
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new details on the president-elect's search for cabinet members. sources now say that he will announce former texas governor rick perry to lead the energy department. that would make perry the head of an agency he once sought to eliminate. under president obama-- the energy department has focused on reducing dependence on fossil fuel... but the department has also seen domestic production of oil explode. meanwhile-- president-elect trump will meet today with some top executives in the tech industry. the group includes leaders from apple, facebook, amazon, tesla, microsoft and others. much of silicon valley pulled out all the stops to oppose the president-elect's campaign. but one source says today's focus will be on jobs and how the industry can help the government become more
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has thrown out a 20-14 law requiring doctors at abortion clinics to be affiliated with nearby hospitals. the court ruled it created an undue burden on a woman's access to abortion, and violates both the u-s and oklahoma's constitution. but the state will soon require "anti- abortion" signs in all public restrooms. the signs will direct pregnant women to seek state services. in ohio-- governor john kasich signs an abortion bill into law. kasich signed a 20-week abortion ban. at th an abortion bill known as the "heartbeat bill". that proposed measure would have barred an abortion at the first detectable fetal heartbeat... which could come as early 6-six weeks into a pregnancy. legislators could override that veto. kasich is pro-life and the 20-week ban is similar to laws in 15-other states. the landmark "21st century cures" more than six billion dollars to medical research, is now law. "we are bringing to reality the possiblity of new breakthroughs
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president obama signed the bill yesterday it includes the "beau biden cancer moonshot" honor of vice president joe biden's son who died of brain cancer last year. one point eight billion dollars is dedicated to cancer research... and includes funding for opioid addictions, mental health treatments and brain diseases like alzheimers. we're learning new details this morning abo tennessee... as dolly parton holds a telethon to raise money for the victims. angelica joins us from the newsroom with the latest. authorities in gatlinburg, tennessee estimate deadly wildfires have caused more than 500-million- dollars in damage. 14 people were killed and more than 24-hundred buildings destroyed or damaged. officials with the great smoky mountains national park say there was no way to control the fire in the park before extreme winds carried the flames into the gatlinburg area. authorities also say a text
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deadly wildfires --- wasn't sent because cell towers went out of service before agency leaders had a chance to agree on the message's wording. meanwhile-- country music star and gatlinburg native dolly parton is helping those affected by the wildfire. the singer hosted a telethon last night to raise money for the victims. "the smoky mountains rise: a benefit for the my people fund" featured big musical guests like kenny rogers, reba mcentire and cyndi lauper. the fund will provide 1-thousand dollars every month for six months to the more than 13-hundre kim back to you. bill cosby returns for day two of his key pre-trial hearing in pennsylvania this morning he's been charged with aggravated indecent assault, for an alleged attack on andrea constand 12-years ago. during yesterday's hearing-- cosby spoke twice to correct prosecuting attorney kevin steele. steele incorrectly stated cosby's age and the location of a hotel. the hearing is to determine if 13
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be allowed to testify. nearly 20-years after the unsolved murder of "jon-benet ramsey", colorado investigators are planning a new round of d-n-a testing. the six-year old was found dead in the basement of her family's home, the day after christmas in 1996. boulder police and prosecutors hope a more sophisticated d-n-a test will unveil new clues. the results would then be checked against an f-b-i database with millions of known offenders. reports he had a heart attack while playing hockey with one of his sons. he was most famous for his roll as dr. jason seaver, the dad on the 80s sitcom "growing pains". but recently appeared on the netflix reboot..."fuller house." thicke is survived by his three sons...singer robin thicke...brennan, carter and his wife tanya.
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meteorologist rob haswell partly sunny and cold today with a strong west and northwest wind making it feel even colder! highs today will be in the low double digits but feel double digits below zero at times. high pressure keeps sun in the forecast for thursday but even colder air arrives with highs in the single digits and system arrives friday with accumulating snow. snow will continue overnight friday and into saturday morning. temperatures will go up a bit ahead of that low but then fall again into the single digits by the end of the weekend. today: partly sunny, windy
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10-25 mph tonight: clear and cold. low: -3 wind: nw 10-15 mph thursday: partly sunny, blustery and bitter cold. high: 6 wind: w 10-15 mph friday: cloudy with the chance for snow. am low: -3 high: 22 wind: se 5-10 mph saturday: cloudy with the chance am low: 20 high: 26 wind: nw 15-25 mph sunday: mostly cloudy and cold. am low: -1 high: 6 wind: nw 5-10 mph monday: partly sunny and cold. am low: -5 high: 12 wind: sw 5-10
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high: 12 wind: sw 5-10 mph just in time for the holidays, the hunger task force receiving a big donation. and this one coming from two of wisconsin's favorite's the green bay packers and sargento foods presenting the 39- task force. it marks the 14th season of the for "touchdowns for charity" program -- a program that has raised nearly 2 million dollars since it began. packers' tight end "jared cook" joined sargento's chairman of the board in presenting the donation. the packers play the bears sunday at noon and you can watch it right here on fox 6. a special blitz postgame will follow, with live reaction and analysis from soldier field, along with comments by defensive lineman mike daniels. then get a full recap of the
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ahead at five: before you start planning your holiday dinners-- there's a recall you should know about. why cuisinart is recalling millions of food processors. and then at six... milwaukee has something to be proud about this morning. what local schools made the list for the best elementary schools in the state. a zoo in australia-- welcoming its largest litter of meerkats-- ever. we're taking a look closer at
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as a benefit this fall, jake gyllenhaal starred in four performances of the musical "sunday in the park with george" at new york city center. now the production is moving to broadway, for a 10-week run beginning in february. he last trod the broadway boards in 2015. what's cuter than a meerkat? a whole litter of them! a zoo in sydney, australia has welcomed its largest litter of
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to 3 or 4 pups. but this meerkat had 6! they're just about a month old and don't have names yet. but they are keeping their mom very busy. staffers at "cameron park zoo" in texas are they await the birth of a new baby. mei the orangutan is expected to give birth in late january... so the staffers are throwing a baby shower for her and her mate, k-j this month. the workers even set up a gift registry at target for the couple. items requested on the registry are all under 25-dollars movie "zootopia," a dolly parton cd and bubble bath. 47:36 this time of year, theres
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temperatures means a spike in demand for volunteers and donations. how you can help those less fortunate stay warm. and just how cold is it going to get? chief meteorologist rob haswell has the details on the sub-zero wind chills. rob joins us now with more on the weather. rob's weather anchor adlibs traffic red on


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