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that's what's making news in america this morning. >> a plan that could cut down on flooding in milwaukee county is gaining more supporters. the movement to get rid of a dam along the milwaukee river. >> the packers are fresh off their first win of the season but it didn't come easy. aaron rogers weighs in on the challenge that mother nature gave tm. >> but first, weather watch 12. it feels like september thanks to a cool down that's sticking around for a couple of days. >> good morning and welcome to "wisn 12 news this morning." i'm ben wagner. melinda is off today. it's 4:30 on this monday, september 12th. let's start with the forecast. i'm here in the weather center with meteorologist sally severson. so we talked about the packers in jacksonville. >> and yes, so hot. >> and feeling nice up here.
pressure in place for us. yesterday was a beautiful day. take a look at the temperatures. 54 west bend. 61 at the airport. as far as what is happening for us, way to the north and west across northern north dakota to see what is headed our way, the high pressure is influencing the weather and keeping us sunny and die today. for today, a bright sunshine in place for us. a up to 78. for tonight then, becoming cloudy. a chance for a few showers in the morning. for tomorrow, showers early and few later in the day. 60s for the highs coming up. >>
just download the wisn 12 news app. it's free for your smartphone or tablet. >> looking ahead, a plan to protect glendale from flooding. city staff will ask the common council to support removing the estabrook dam. glendale has held listening sessions and panels with residents. members say there's a lot of support for the plan. supporters say closing the dam would save milwaukee county taxpayers millions of dollars and would help protect communities from flooding. >> happening now, police searching for the person who shot a two-month-old girl along i-43. she's recovering in the hospital right now. tim elliott is following the tim? >> yeah, ben, a 2 month old shot, hard to believe. although some good news, the child's injuries aren't life-threatening. here's what we know, last night the child was in a car on i-43. details are vague, but at some point that child was shot while riding in the car. the driver pulled off the highway into this hotel parking lot. sheriff's deputies arrived, they shut down i-43 for about an hour
hospital. officials haven't released any information about the suspects in this case and it's still not clear what led up to the shooting. we hope to learn more later today. ben? >> looking ahead, one of the "making a murderer" attorneys is making an appearance at marquette's law school. dean strang will be a guest at "on the issues with mike gousha" at marquette. since the netflix series became a huge hit, strang has spoken out about the criminal justice system. >> looking ahead, maria hamilton, the mother of dontre today. hamilton's son was killed by milwaukee police in red arrow park back in 2014. dr. oz starts at 11:00 this morning here on wisn 12. >> new this morning, the packers pulled out a win yesterday, but it wasn't easy. they had to fight the heat as well as the jaguars. wisn 12 sports' stephanie sutton has more from jacksonville, florida. >> it was more than a hundred degrees on the field during the
heat and the jacquars to get the win of the season. >> it was a good win for the football team. when he knew this was going to be a difficult challenge playing jacksonville, an excellent team and playing in the heat. it is challenging for both of the teams and i am proud of the guys fighting and was a good finisher with the defense. >> it is tough to win in the league and tough to win on the road. >> and tempting for some of the players to jump in the pools here and the players said this is one of the hottest nfl games they have played in and looking
sunday. >> that minnesota game kicks off this sunday at 7:30. wisn 12 news time now is 4:35. >> still ahead, a work of art slowly disappearing in seattle. the ice block that's sitting out in the heat and why they put it there in the first place. plus, an amazing catch at a baseball game. but it didn't happen on the field. we'll tell you who caught that home run. but first, let's take a live look outside as we head to break. thanks for waking up with
>> it is 20 minutes before 5:00, monday morning september 12th. we hope your weekend was a good one and on the way to a pleasant monday. it is nice and dry and warm with the rise and shine forecast. breezy south winds this afternoon and the temperatures into the upper 70s. spotty showers for tomorrow and cooler september weather settling in.
today and 12-22 miles per hour in the afternoon. this morning sunglasses and a sweater this morning. we reach into the upper 70s this afternoon. the clouds return tonight and timing out the showers for tomorrow morning. >> thank you, sal. traffic watch 12 now, a few cars are rolling through the frame. here is a look at freeway closure, 41 southbound t a.m. this morning. >> new on wisn 12, dozens of huge ice cubes turned into art that's melting right now. it is a ten ton sculpture. the designers made it as part of seattle's design festival. they wanted to make something that would change and as the sculpture slowly melts and disappears, it's clear they reached that goal. >> new this morning, an amazing catch during a baseball game
it was in the stands. when a mets player hit a home run in atlanta, a braves employee was in the right place at the right time. look at this. he reached out and caught the ball bare-handed. get a guy a uniform. good for him. 4:40. >> let's get right to tim elliott. he's in the newsroom following some of today's top stories. tim. >> a devastating civil war in syria, we could see some peace the ceasefire that's going into effect later today and why some syrians are skeptical. plus, dozens of people arrested at a temple in england. why they camped out inside and how that standoff ended.
we take a live look outside here monday, september 11,4:44. hopefully you got outside on sunday. it was a gorgeous sunday. a lot of people watching football. >> i was doing yard work and had the tv outside. listening to the game yesterday and getting a little yard work down. lots of sunshine for today. we are feeling the affects of the broad high pressure. you have to go back dakota to see much in the way of the clouds or the showers. nice and dry throughout the day. climbing up to the mid 70s by about 1:00. breezy south winds this afternoon and sunny monday. going up to 78 degrees. the clouds return tonight and timing out the showers tomorrow morning. tim, ben. >> thank you, sal. >> right now syria is preparing for a ceasefire. tim, when does that go into effect?
today at sun down. the u.s. and russia worked this deal out on friday to stop the syrian war. many people are not expecting much from the cease fire. yesterday there were air strikes on the capital. and other attacks over the weekend and dozens of people were see the cease fire but telling cnn they are skeptical. >> in commitment 2016 coverage, a health problem for hillary clinton. her doctor confirms she has pneumonia. the news comes after clinton left new york's 9/11 ceremony abruptly. the campaign says she was overheated and dehydrated. soon after, clinton's doctor said she's being treated for pneumonia. >> clearly, this type of
>> clinton appeared to have recovered from the overheating, she was seen on a new york street just two hours later. now, clinton has canceled a fundraising trip to california. it's not clear yet if her schedule will see other changes because of the illness. >> president obama is meeting with the top leaders in congress hoping to make a budget deal. if a budget doesn't pass by the end of the month, the federal government could shut down. the white house is also hoping fode the meeting will include house speaker paul ryan and senate majority leader mitch mcconnell as well as top democrats. >> a chicago man concerned about crime in his neighborhood is making a change. he's hiring private security to keep an eye on the area. dee mudd is paying out of pocket for off-duty police officers to keep the neighborhood safe. he's paid about $5,000 since the middle of august. mudd says he's willing to spend
just a temporary fix. >> i have solved the problem for my neighborhood, but what i've done is i've just pushed the problem to another street corner in chicago and that's not the results that we, as citizens, should be looking for. >> mudd says the only way to really make the neighborhood safe is for police to tackle the root cause of crime. >> new this morning, one person is undrr airport. officials there found a suspicious device. the albuquerque airport was evacuated yesterday because of that device. the all-clear was given about two hours later. airport officials say the suspect will face charges for bringing a hoax bomb into the airport. >> 4:47. a small animal bringing big smiles to people in southeast wisconsin. you know him, tinker the miniature horse is no strangeer to the viewers.
salvation army's red kettle campaign and busy over the summer. we caught up with tinker. the kids and adults gathered to watch him perform all sorts of tricks. >> there are certain elements of a program that best relate or put together older people, people with disabilities and children and nothing better than animals to do something, we have clapping and screaming and being themselves together. >> saint ann's center has a team of volunteers to over comfort to people with alzheimer's and dementia. >> it is nice to see tinker other than at christmastime. >> it is beautiful weather in store for us.
just a sweater. low 60s along the lake this morning. you don't need a jacket later 78 degrees. fair skies for much of the day. go west and north to see the cool front and it is going to bring for us clouds later tonight and a chance for a few spotty showers tomw and tomorrow afternoon a few showers later in the day. certainly not an all-day rain. this morning 61 at the airport. upper 50s in chicago. 50s and 60s on the map. no 40s. we have low 50s for wednesday night and early thursday. temperatures for us early today 60 fond du lac. 56 elk horn. kenosha at 57 degrees.
for us. here we are today at noon. south winds are going to increase this afternoon. here we are tonight at mid night. becoming mosty cloudy. spotty showers central part of the state. clouds are fairly stub torn tomorrow. showers once again later in the afternoon. ov and cooler air and shower chances for tomorrow night. for today 78. plenty in the way of sunshine. scattered showers for tomorrow morning. highs up to 76. 67 on wednesday. breezy and cooler. 70 thursday. showers coming back for friday night and saturday. ben? >> all right, sal.
41, 94. we are looking good. a freeway closure i-41 southbound through the zoo interchange going to be closed until 6:00. >> dozens of people are under arrest after a nonviolent standoff at a temple. tim? >> that is right, ben, this happened in miles away from london. 55 people were arrested there yesterday. police say they were occupying a temple. the police saw weapons as well. no one was hurt. it is not related to terrorism but a local dispute that got out of hand. ben? >> thank you, tim.
and killing a person. this happened after a football game. that bus was carrying coaches and students. the crash happened outside of denver international airport. this is what is left of the school bus. denver police say that the driver veered from the side of the road and hit a concrete support. the coaches on board were seriously hurt. the bus is one of three travelling >> we evacuated out three of the school buses here and brought all of the students into this room so we can check them out and give them something to eat and water and making sure they are okay and call the parents. i think that the kids are shook up and waiting to go home to the arms of their families. >> this morning we know two people are in critical condition
>> a forest fire is burning out of control in greece. it damaged homes and people had to evacuate a village. this is happening on a greek island. 300 firefighters and volunteers and soldiers are working on the fire. >> a flying fish attack. you have to hear this story. a woman in philadelphia panics when a cat fish drops from the sky and hits the woman in a face. this happened at a park in philadelphia not close to water. the theory is a bird was carrying the fish and dropped it. it weighed five pounds. when it happened she was hysterical. >> of all things to happen, it
now it is funny. there are worse things that could happen. >> she has a few bruises. >> get ready for dancing with the stars pretiering tonight. a dozen of celebrities are competing this season including ryan lochte and vanilla ice and rick perry. we talked to a couple more of the >> are you excited? >> yes, oh my gosh. it is impossible to sleep because you are thinking about your steps and everything else. it is crazy. >> i'm nervous and excited. i think i'm ready. getting used to the routines, i think we got this.
pyramid. 4:55. north korea is causing more trouble. the latest test that has south korea and the u.s. worried about the security around the world. >> switching gears, dreams came true on the miss america stage and the winner is saying russ feingold: so, what do you girls want to be when you grow up? girl 1: i want to be an astronomer. girl 2: i want be a doctor! think you should be paid the
same boys? yogirl 1:d definitely.d girl 2: yep! russ feingold: well, i raised my two girls right here, and they agreed: wewith you -ed and so do i. unfortunately, in wisconsin, a lot of women make less than men doing the same job. i'll work for equal pay for women, and for paid leave so parents can care for a sick family member. discrimination against any women is flat out wrong. what you think of that? girls: good call! feingold: i'm russ feingold
>> welcome back to "12 news this morning." as the college students are headed back to campus, they are more likely to use marijuana than prescription drugs. th college students saying they have used marijuana. college students are less likely to abuse painkillers. the dwrug of choice is alcohol. four out of five college students have used it in the last year. >> glucose screenings are important for the women with
a third had undiagnosed diabetes. >> researchers say that 206,000 people have down syndrome in the u.s. researchers used a larger data base to track down syndrome rates over the past life expecks tan si. >> doctors may be recommending unnecessary tests to their better insured patients. a study shows that insurance claims showed 8% of the people had low value services, half of those accounted for the total
alone. >> wisn 12 news time now is 4:59. the news continues right now. >> good morning, great to have you with us on "12 news this morning." i'm ben wagner. li morning. right now, the search is on for whoever shot a baby girl while she was riding in a car. what we are learning about the crime that shutdown a major freeway. >> plus, a makeover at the miller light oasis. what you are going to see next year at summerfest. now to a look outside. sally is tracking the conditions for you as we are headed out the door. sal?