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>> good morning: well cock to "12 news this morning." i'm ben wagner. >> i'm melinda davenport. it is tuesday, august 30th. right now t family of the marine that died from afteroverdose at the va clinic is suing the federal government. >> plus... ?? >> he's an actor with a limitless imagination. gene wilder passes away at the age of 83. >> we want to start out with the morning commute and the tuesday forecast. matt is on deck. >> first, we are going to sally.
in today. we are dry this morning and the temperatures already upper 60s and mid 70s. by noon showers and storms are edging closer as the cool front arrives and showers and storms in the area of the boundary and ahead of the boundary 82-84. look at the early morning sunrise. it is up today at 6:14. 74. mostly cloudy at the we have afternoon showers and storms. matt? >> we have over 894 northbound and southbound. new lane configurations northbound. it is causing a slow down here and that stretches from oklahoma
travel times... that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> matt, thank you. the family of a marine that died at the va clinic filed a wrongful death lawsuit. he died in 2014 after over previbed opiates. >> his wife filed the case and the lawyers allege that the va improperly prescribed the drugs. they claim that the va failed to diagnosis the substance abuse problems and his health. his death sparked a federal investigation into over prescribed painkillers at that
deficiencies in care led to the death. this lawsuit is seeking compensation but it is not saying how much. back to you. >> tim, thank you. police are looking into the drowning death of a two-year-old boy. the police say that the boy's father found him unresponsive in the water yesterday afternoon and called for help. the death appears to be 6:03. later today, racine city and county leaders are talking about a new arena for a bucks d league team. it is a $40 million plan. thema is live for us this morning outside of the bradley center with details. good morning, thema. >> well, good morning, ben and next to us here at the center, this construction site where the crews are working on the new
here in town. today the city and county officials are racine are discussing a new arena for a d league and concerts and graduations. the 3800 seat arena would be at the corner of lake and gaslight drive in racine. right now that is vacant land. no plan yet on how to pay for the project, but taxpayers are likely to have to pay for some of it. it is also not certain if the right now the team is deciding on which city will host the d league, sheboygan, oshkosh and racine are in the running. executives from the bucks are planning to head to racine on friday to visit. live outside of the bradley center, "12 news this morning." >> thema, thank you. >> a little less laughter in the
wilder died yesterday. >> his career spanned five decades, best known for classics like young frankenstein, blazing saddles. he was born in milwaukee and taking to the stage at washington high school and known by his give been name. he's in the school's hall of fame and remembered for how he shined on the stage. >> he did a lot so did other kids, he just took it to the next level. >> wilder was 83 years old. >> tribute to wilder flashes above i-94. the billboard is featuring a photo from willy wonka. a little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men.
continuing called one of the truly great talents or our time. an academy of arts and sciences tweeted photos. also sharing photos, gilbert he tweeted a picture. >> move-in day for students at uw-milwaukee. they are settling in today, tomorrow and thursday. they have 37,000 students enrolled. classes start on tuesday. >> mps students have two more days. classes are starting on thursday. yesterday they held a back to school bash outside of the bradley center. kids got backpacks, hair cuts
>> new yop of celebrity dancers will be unveiled today. rumored for the season, gymnast laurie hernandez, ryan lochte, vanilla ice, he's got a popular show out there. it is a home renovation show. >> he does? >> yes. former texas governor rick perry. marcia brady. actres calvin johnson. that is a pretty star studded cast. see who makes the cast coming up on "good morning america" after "12 news this morning." the season premier of "dancing with the stars" is monday, september 12th on wisn 12. >> on twitter, "g.m.a." is posting some of the people on
>> well, i see you have ryan lochte in a tweet from "g.m.a.". >> that must have been a late in the schedule addition. >> really, really early or really, really late. sally: yes, one or the other. well, early today we are watching the showers, a stray shower early this morning better chan cool front in the afternoon. it is enough with a little daytime heating to trigger the afternoon areas of rain and storms. 66 at waukesha. 68 west bend. 74 is the forecast high for the next couple of days. in fact, tomorrow 74. for today then as we close out august, a stray morning shower is possible. showers and storms better
here comes the sunshine as we go to tomorrow. 74. low 70s on thursday. matt? >> sun is trying to come through the clouds right now, but you won't need the shades right now. we are over the bypass. 27th street over the top of the freeway of 894 there. at the top upper left t plain field curve and things are moving smoothly here. one trouble spot for you, 894 the zoo. the lanes reconfigured there. stay on your toes through that stretch. it is moving slow right now. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> matt, thank you. looters are trying to steal from the homes destroyed by the earthquake in italy. >> tim? >> two people are arrested accused of looting the quake damaged homes.
when the quake hit last wednesday. many homes collapsed or damaged. right now they are unlive able. the looters are a man and woman. some people are sleeping in their cars near the homes for fear of the looting. so far this is the only instance of looting that has been caught by the police. back to you. >> tim, thank you. this about the names on the top of the ticket. how the races are affecting other candidates in the parties, plus the new poll showing donald trump closing the gap. >> a scene in the coastal towns
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allowing for a little sunshine to come through this morning. 74 at the airport. it is a pretty and mild start. today partly cloudy skies. we see the temperatures around 84 degrees before a cool front arrives this afternoon and with the cool front, we see showers and a stray thunderstorm throughout the afternoon. now to matt in news chopper 12. >> pretty good here. the om spot of seeing troubles is on the bypass. 8 minutes from the hale up to the zoo. lanes reconfigured overnight at greenfield avenue. heads up and stay on your toes. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> matt, thank you. a hundred people signed up to intentional infected with the
tim is learning more about the efforts to develop a vaccine. >> this trial the happening in puerto rico. as of last friday, 14 how reported cases of zika, 1200 are pregnant women. the company carrying out the clinical trials are baseed in pennsylvania, the drug is a d.n.a. based vaccine. 130 volunteers are taking part in the testing and if th going to meet to does plans to develop the vaccine. there are 21 travel cases reported in the u.s., and some are in wisconsin. >> tim, thank you. >> now the commitment 2016, how the race for the white house is affecting the races for congress. we are live in washington where some of the members are fighting for political lives today.
in an election year some of the members of congress are hoping to stay in office. the race for the white house is heating up with election day ten weeks away. a new hol is showing hillary clinton's lead shrinking. as republicans fight to keep congress, the race getting attention is senator john mccain. >> do we want to send an 80-year-old man back to washington. >> the gop is in danger of losing the senate in november. on the ballot in florida, senator rubio that is running
congresswoman debby wasserman is looking for re-election. >> she put her thumb on the scale for hillary clinton. >> and today a republican is hitting the campaign trail for clinton. silicon valley executive is traling to denver to talk about the policies. >> donald trump today campaigning to washington state. >> happening now, families in tampa bay, florida are prepping for a tropical system. depression 9 is moving to the gulf of mexico with strong rains and winds to the area on wednesday or thursday. today authorities are offering free sandbags.
a tropical storm. >> japan is braising for a typhoon. it is like a category 2 hurricane. it is forecasted to weaken later today. the agency issued an advisory for the high waves and thunderstorms. airlines say that the storm could disrupt the flight schedules. >> 6:18. are getting bad news later today as they are cut from the team. all nfl teams have to cut the roster down to 75 players this afternoon. they are cutting seven more players later in the day and another round of cuts before the regular season. >> brewers are continuing the series at miller park against the cards.
a new charity event. is team is not leaking too many details yet. the boys and girls club, make a wish and mac fund and humane society with part of the announcement. that is exciting. >> yes. did you find anything more about danceing with the stars? >> just one, ryan lochte. he's waving and twitter. >> good for him. >> i was reading a little bit, rick perry may be on too. 66 years old. >> can he dance though? >> who knows. >> a couple of showers west of madison on the radar. the best shot of wet is coming in this afternoon as a cool front approaches. now, grab the umbrella a small one for the afternoon.
70s. the weekend is looking good overall. we do have showers just to the west of madison this morning. this is a little does tush answer ahead of the cool front. we are going to watch a little daytime heating for today. ahead of the cool front. and with that heat, that develops the showers and a few storms. storm threat index minimal gusty winds out of the north. a few downpours are possible. ponding on the roads this afternoon. i do not anticipate a big outbreak of severe weather. point is 64. green bay 68. 74 at mitchell. this morning a mix of sun and clouds emphasis on the clouds.
by 2:00, a couple of areas of showers and thunderstorms bubbling up for us. the trend continues through the 4:00 hour. around 6:00 this action is breaking up just a little bit. through 9:00 the boundary well to the south by then and the winds shifting out of the north. a few clouds and stray instability shower and clearing out as the high pressure is building in and offers us and friday and saturday. today though 80s. they are going away for a while. going to the up 70s for tomorrow through saturday. warmer by sunday. afternoon showers and thundershowers. ben, melinda? >> thank you. sal. dream destinations no longer out of reach. >> the road of the white house
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>> right now, people in milwaukee honoring mother teresa. how they're celebrating her life in the days before she officially becomes a saint. >> and police, still searching for the person who killed nine-year-old za'layia jenkins. the new information on that investigation and what happened just minutes before the shooting. >> but first, we're on weather watch. some storms moving in this morning. pretty look downtown this morning. when the rain will reach us and when you can leave the umbrella at home. l >> good morning and welcome to wisn 12 news this morning. i'm ben wagner.
it's 6:30 on this tuesday, august 30th. let's start with the forecast. >> meteorologist sally severson is in the weather center. sal? >> it is so pretty this morning with the low and mid level clouds and the sunshine is just filtering through. the clouds came in overnight. we are dry for the early part of the go. the temperatures 68 to 74. noon we are into the low 80s. showers and getting closer for this afternoon. i don't anticipate a lot of in the way of severe weather, but a couple of downpours. a live look at the airport, skies are mostly cloudy. we get a little wet going in the forecast later in the day. the showers and storms coming in this afternoon with a cool front and saying hello to 70s for sorm for the highs.
bypass. this is where oklahoma is going under the freeway. right as you get to zoo ramps new lanes this morning, temporary lanes and that is causing extra slow downs adjusting to the new pattern here. delays from before beloit road up to greenfield avenue. the rest of system checking in nice and quiet at this time. the travel times are all green. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> matt, thank you. >> later today, honoring mother teresa ahead of her canonization in rome. thema is live for us near marquette university, where a group is headed to italy's capital? >> that is right, ben, they are
mother teresa is set to officially become a saint on sunday. later today a group of 26 pilgrims and a priest from the milwaukee area will leave for rome. the group from blessed teresa of calcutta church in north lake attend the canonization. here on wednesday, they are hosting a mass. now she was here on campus in 1981, when awarded the university's highest honor at that time ten thousand people came out to see back here live on the campus, the mass is happening here on wednesday. live in milwaukee, "12 news this morning." >> thema, thank you. >> later today,inaugurating milwaukee's new mexican consulate. governor scott walker will be at the consulate along with mexico's foreign minister. the consulate will make it easier for people here in milwaukee to do business with mexico like applying for visas
the inauguration starts at 12:0 at the consulate near prospect and ogden. >> looking ahead to commitment 2016. libertarian presidential candidate gary johnson is making his first trip to wisconsin this week. he'll be in milwaukee on thursday for a campaign rally. it starts at 7:00 at serb hall. it's free to attend but you do need to get tickets ahead of time. johnson is the former governor of new mexico. >> new information this morning on the murder of a nine-year-old girl. tim, what's the latest in this investigation? >> we're learning more about death. jenkins was inside a home that was targeted by gunmen back in may. she was hit by a bullet and later died. police still have not made any arrests but the investigation has made progress. this morning we know jenkins' aunt had an interaction with the gunmen before the shooting. search warrants reveal that the aunt yelled at men who were reportedly doing a drug deal nearby. according to the warrants, one of those men came back a few minutes later and shot at the
again, no arrests in this case. there's a $65,000 reward for information that leads to an arrest. >> the man facing charges for killing two nuns will not be released on bond. a judge made that decision yesterday. 46-year-old rodney sanders is charged with capital murder accused of killing sisters margaret held and paula merril. held grew up here in wisconsin. the two nuns were working as nurse practitioners in rural mississippi. >> happening now, police are searching for a shooter who targeted a funeral procession. 23-year-old lamar ragland had just left his grandfather's funeral when he was shot and killed. two others were hit. they're expected to survive. this happened yesterday near 23rd and keefe. police say they have not made any arrests. >> developing this morning, police are searching for the suspect who shot and killed a kenosha man. the shooting happened last week. police say bernard reavers was letting his neighbor borrow a vacuum.
apartment, he was shot. police say he may have interrupted an armed robbery. neighbors say reavers was always helping out. >> i'm still trying to come to grips with it really. to me, it seemed, why did it have to happen to him. >> police have not released any information about the suspect, but they say he is likely armed and dangerous. they're asking people in the area to come forward with surveillance footage that may have captured or any information >> remembering a milwaukee native who became a comedy legend. gene wilder has died of complications from alzheimer's. wilder is best known for movies like "willy wonka and the chocolate factory," "the producers" and "blazing saddles." he was born jerome silberman and went to washington high school. that's where he first began to act decades before he was nominated for two oscars. >> still ahead, an ominous cloud
this cloud led to emergency calls, but is it dangerous? we'll explain next. >> plus, two men working on a bridge end up in a dangerous position. the rescue mission that brought them back to solid ground. >> but first, let's take a live look outside as we head to break. you can see news chopper 12 flying high and keeping an eye on the roads. stick with us, "12 news this morning" is back in just a
>> we are live on the weatherwatch 12 camera network. 20 minutes morning. while you slept a few clouds were filling in. we'll see a mix of the sun and clouds especially for the morning. the morning will be staying dry. we watch for an afternoon cool front and enough to trigger the showers and storms. the highs ahead of the cool front, 80 in sheboygan. mid 80s lake geneva and johnson creek. we see the best chances of
again, a stray shower is possible this morning with the better action this afternoon. we look at the holiday weekend outlook, but first to matt over the bypass. >> a little struggle along 894 cleveland over top of the freeway. delays stretch back to hale interchange. 13 minutes. they have recon figured the lanes. that is the busiest spot now on the roadways. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> thank you, matt. 6:40. >> new this morning, a cloud formation over siberia freaked some russians out over the weekend. take a look. what would you think if you saw this? russian emergency services were flooded with calls from people who thought it was a mushroom cloud from a nuclear explosion. it looks like it. but as sally can tell you, it's
cloud and it's harmless. >> new this morning, two workers ended up dangling underneath a bridge yesterday in rhode island. they were doing inspections under the bridge when the bucket truck tipped over putting them in an unstable position. another crane was brought in to bring the workers to safety. they climbed into the bucket and headed back to the pavement. >> i don't think they are afraid of heights. >> 6:41. >> let's get right to tim elliott in the newsroom. >> he's keeping an eye on big stories from across the country. tim? >> families forced out of their homes in california thanks to a wildfire. the damage it's done so far and the people who are affected by the flames. that story is coming up. >> plus, a politician finds himself dealing with a texting controversy again. the consequences for anthony
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6:44. it looks nice right now. a few hit or miss showers? >> yes, but sunshine this morning. the clouds came in overnight and keeping the temperatures up. we are beginning showers across racine and kenosha at this time. the showers this morning will be stray and lighter. the cool front is coming in this afoo for tomorrow. but right now shths we are mild. we get one more day of the 80s. fall back to the 70s today. rain and a few storms this afternoon. the readings will fall later this afternoon and for tonight. matt? >> sally, we are over the
greenfield over top of the freeway. the lanes were recon figured over night. you can access the zoo interchange ramps north of the stretch. this is temporary until later in the fall. we continue to keep an eye on that. for now, right now, 13 minutes 894 northbound from the hale up to the zoo interchange. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> matt, thank you. california wildfire is sparking evacuations. let's get to wisn 12 news tim elliot. he's in the newsroom where information has been coming in overnight. >> the gap fire is burning on about 5,000 acres in california near the oregon state line. around 50 families have been forced to evacuate. this fire started saturday night and quickly spread. it's already destroyed five homes and many other buildings. the american red cross is on the
their homes. firefighters say they still have a long way to go before the fire is under control. right now they're focusing on keeping flames away from homes. >> thank you, tim. 6:47. >> new this morning, it's been nearly four years since the shooting at sandy hook elementary school. now, students are taking classes there again. the school has been renovated and the classrooms where the shootings happened have been demolished. 26 people died when a gunman attacked the school in 2012. there isn't a memorial inside the new school yet but administrators promise one will be added soon. >> lawmakers in california are taking a tough stance against sex crimes after some high-profile cases ended with lenient sentences. lawmakers unanimously passed the bill making jail time mandatory for people convicted of sexual assault. the brock turner case got nationwide attention. the stanford swimmer was only sentenced to probation after
>> more controversy this morning for former congressman anthony weiner. for the third time, he's involved in a scandal accused of sending inappropriate text messages to women. this time, his wife huma abedin has announced the two are separating. abedin is a top aide for hillary clinton. trump is taking the opportunity to use weiner's missteps against the clinton campaign. a wisconsin representative is weighing in on that strategy. >> i think this is a sad story. anthony weiner is a bit of a weirdo and hillary clinton didn't marry him and she didn't hire him. she hired huma abedin. >> duffy says it's a mistake to tie weiner's mistakes into the clinton campaign. >> trump is claiming that weiner is a security threat because of his connection to abedin. according to trump, it's because abedin has access to classified information as part of her job with hillary clinton. in a statement, trump said this is another example of clinton's
>> brazil's president is on trial. she's being impeached accused of doctoring the country's budget. people across the country are protesting in support of the president. dilma rousseff says she is innocent and she's the victim of political rivals who want to seize power. senators will make a final vote later today on whether to remove rousseff from office. right now, she's suspended. >> new this morning, a flock of peacocks make themselves at home in a nebraska neighborhood. neighbors say they've been watching the peacocks grow up for years. just five years ago, there were only two birds. now, there are seven, including a chick. the neighbors say they don't know where the birds came from. >> later today, we'll know who's headed to the ballroom for the next season of "dancing with the stars." a few names are already popping up in reports. they say olympic gymnast laurie hernandez is on the list. so is former texas governor rick perry. pro dancer derek hough has
return as well. all questions will be answered on good morning america right after "wisn 12 news this morning." >> can i add to this, "good morning america" tweeted that ryan joined the cast before the scandal at rio. you were right, sal. he's addressing the stuff that happened in rio on "g.m.a.." >> it is interesting to see what you know, to have cheryl back, a crowd favorite. it is interesting to see who the first person is to go. >> either you can or you can't. i picked the mequon camera, take a look at this. it is a patient spider. but i have to seen it crawling around on the web overall.
at concordia university in mequon and 71 degrees. we are watching the radar, a stray shower is certainly possible this morning. much of southern wisconsin is dry. a few sprinkles across 94 racine and kenosha county. a cool front to the north and to the west. it is coming through this afternoon and with it, showers and storms. we are already in the low 70s. low 80s this afternoon and with that and the cool front, just enough to bring in the rain and storms. i don't anticipate much in the way of severe weather. we are keeping the index a low 2. a couple of gusty winds out of the north. a few downpours are possible as well. so it is this morning with a stray shower, many are getting throughout the morning dry.
this afternoon, around 2:00 showers are beginning to fire up. 4:00 hour rain and a few storms but lots in the way of dry time as well. this is 6:00, this comes through limping through. as far as the winds, out of the north and a few clouds around. we have a northeast bend going. overall the sunshine building in and come back for tomorrow and staying 84 for today. scattered showers and storms in the afternoon. 70s settling in along with the sunshine. matt? >> sally a new lane configuration along the bypass causing slow downs. this is happening at greenfield avenue. you have to shift to the right instead of the left. right now, 13 minutes 894
11 minutes eastbound 94 into downtown. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> matt, thank you. two hurricanes heading for hawaii, right now. i'm in the newsroom where tim elliott is tracking the path of these storms. >> the first hurricane madeline is heading right for maui. hawaii could start seeing the effects of hurricane madeline later this morning. right now, madeline is rated a category three hurricane. it's weakening right now but forecasters say it will stay hurricane. maui could see waves 20 feet tall by the end of the day. madeline has another hurricane following close behind, this one named lester. you are seeing it out there in the ocean. it's currently a category four storm but it's not expected to make landfall. benning back to you. >> tim, thank you. >> right now, an update to a story we brought you yesterday. el a chicago rapper who was
they took his wallet with only three dollars inside. now che rhymefest smith is offering more to the thief. >> to the person who robbed me, if you look in my wallet and you see the id that says che smith, reach out to me. contact me. you got three dollars from me. i could have easily have helped you to get a job, more so than giving you three dollars. >> smith made headlines when he recorded police officer reacting to his robbery. he says they treated him like a suspect instead of a victim. >> most of chicago's guns are coming from other states. last weekend there were 72 shootings. police are tracking where those guns come from. now we're learning 40 percent of the guns used in chicago come from indiana. officials say weapons are cheaper there and easier to buy. mississippi is another common source of guns. >> new this morning, a 15-year-old girl in texas says
cheerleading squad because of her hairstyle. the high schooler says the coach has nagged her about hairstyles for weeks. the teenager wears her hair in braids and she's the only african-american on the cheer squad. the girl is able to put it in a ponytail which is the only rule for hairstyles. her mother says this is discrimination. >> she's been harassed. she's been bullied by this particular teacher and i'm tired of it. >> i feel like she singles me out. >> the student was able to perform cheers at a football game over the weekend with her braids. the school district says that other students have been asked to change their hairstyles too. >> new this morning, a family in iowa is welcoming a new surprise addition. stephanie hughes went to the doctor for cramps. she soon found out that she wasn't having stomach cramps, she was going into labor. hughes didn't even know she was pregnant. three hours later she gave birth to a healthy girl. hughes says she didn't have any symptoms.
good morning. thank you for joining us. looking at the lanes here on the bypass. this is where it happens at greenfield, veering to the right instead of the left. prepare for slow downs from the hale up to the zoo. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> we have a changeable morning a few isolated showers this morning along with peeks of sunshine. better chances for a little more in the way of organized rain and storms this afternoon as a cool front is moving through. ahead of the cool front, 84. 70s settling in after the cool
is coming up next. >> i wasn't invited again. good morning, america. storm watch. a tropical storm warning for the carolinas. one of three big systems growing in the atlantic. florida's gulf coast also on alert for heavy rain, rip currents and dangerous winds. out west, two hurricanes could be heading for hawaii. >> scandal in the clinton campaign. hillary's closest adviser huma abedin now separating from her husband anthony weiner after that new sexting scandal. donald trump already on the attack calling it a national security issue. >> he's a pervert and just a very sick guy and she's married to him. >> how clinton's campaign is reacting this morning. a dramatic rescue caught on dash cam. ten cars piled up trapping a woman inside a burning car. brave bystanders rush to the