tv 12 News This Morning at 5 ABC September 16, 2016 5:00am-5:30am CDT
>> tgif, and welcome to "wisn 12 news this morning." i'm melinda davenport. >> i'm ben wagner. it is 5:00. right now, on "wisn 12 news this morning" a school remembers the life of a little girl hit and killed by a stray bullet. the ceremony happening today. >> plus, wisconsin badgers players is taking on a new mission. first, rain could impact the morning commute. first, to jeremy nelson. >> good morning, if you are headed out the door reekt now you are going to beat the rain. we are one to two hours away from getting the rain. it is closer to madison and the dells. certainly wet weather in that direction. there are tiny showers in far western fond du lac county. they are lifting up to the
with the band. today's forecast, on and off showers and thunderstorms. bring the umbrella with. it is staying muggy. we break out the sunshine, we reach the highs about 75 to 77 degrees across the area, including 77 in downtown milwaukee. we talk about when the rain threat exits and a look at the weekend forecast. it is a good idea to leave the little early today. the volume is light across the system. no problems in ways of delays. no crashes out there on the system right now. back to you. >> thank you, matt. a local school is going to honor a little girl that died after
we are live in milwaukee with a look ahead. good morning, nick. >> milwaukee investigated 86 homicides. layla was shot in the head. police now believe that the three men involved shot up the wrong house as they were trying to settle a grudge. she was shot with school underway, layla's school, today is dedicating a peace garden at the school, it is dedicated to her and a special place for the students and continuing to spread the seeds of hope and peace. a number of milwaukee police officers are expected to attend the dedication as well.
nearly a year and the police arrested three men and the driver in the case pleaded guilty and the other two are standing trial later in the month and into october. >> nick, thank you. wisn 12 news time now is 5:03. a milwaukee school is open today after a girl was hurt in a shooting. a 13-year-old was grazed by a bullet accidentally fired from police officer's gun. the police say that the gun was fired while the officers was trying to get the teen under control. >> st. catherine's high school is re-opened today. it was closed yesterday afternoon after a suspicious message was found in a classroom. the threat was found not credible. >> a man dies in the jail and now rule add homicide.
dead. the 38-year-old opened fire inside of the casino back in april. >> overdose deaths are continuing to rise in wisconsin. tim as the numbers continue to grow, so does the use of a life saving drug. >> yes, we have been hearing a lot about the over doses and narca and that blocks the this is a video of a man and woman suffering from overdose and the officers used the narcan to save them. >> we don't condone the drug use. >> there is hope and you want to help narcan is something that
>> there are counties offering free narcan and hands-on training for the drug. the epidemic is hitting the medical examiner's office hard. >> the son of the medical examiner was found dead. they used narcan but couldn't save him. they have not determined the official cause of death. petterson is one of the 71 probable overdose deaths that it has seen in the past seven weeks in milwaukee county. >> warning for parents, hand, foot and mouth disease is showing up in the kids in the area. schools and day cares have recently sent out alerts. symptoms are a sore throat and high fever, blisters appear on the hands and feet and inside of
but can be prevented. >> keeping your hands washed is best as possible. especially after diaper changes or if you are having contact with sa live ya. >> the disruns the course in 7-10 days and no specific treatment. >> doors open milwaukee kks rare chance to get inside of a building that hasn't been open for almost 40 years, we are talking about the gas station in west allis. it was a popular chain of gas stations in the 20s and designed by famous wisconsin architect. check out the asian inspired roof, look at this. it is hard to miss. they purchased the building in
when it got a makeover. inside you will find art,facts from another time. it is a collection of memorabilia. it is a neat little visit. >> more than 165 buildings are taking part in doors open milwaukee tomorrow and sunday, that includes our studios here 19th and wells wisn 12. that. >> it is a great weekend for outdoor events. this morning is a different story. a quick dash into work or school. we are watching the showers and thunderstorms to the west. there are a few quick hitting downpours and lightning strikes. they are sliding to the east this morning and impacting us around 7:00. notice the camera is moving a little bit.
the south and southeast. it is a little muggy out there. we have the showers and storms this morning. a break in the afternoon. the high 77. we are watching the weekend forecast closely. i am hoping that the rain is getting out of here. we have the details coming up. now to the morning commute. matt? >> so far so good. we have dry pavement around. 43 downtown, wells str good. no delays on the system no. crashes to report. we are looking good... that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> matt, thank you. new this morning, badgers basketball player is headed to the north dakota where he and his brother are joining the pipeline protest. he took to instagram and saying i can't wait to join the fight
their tribe pledged to help the protestor and tim, the company develop about the pipeline is suing the protestor. >> yes, they filed a complaint, but to protestors are saying it could be thrown out of federal court. it is failing to make an allegations. the protest this would stretch from north dakota to illinois. the tribe is fienthing the pipeline and saying it could harm the drinking water and infringe on the sacred land there. so far 69 people have been arrested. >> thank you, tim. coming up in commitment 2016, where the candidates are headed today to meet with voters and the birthplace battle resurfaces, why it is a campaign
>> 5:13. good morning. you are watching "wisn 12 news this morning." you see the radar network there, showers an showing up to the west. it is dry at the moment in milwaukee. it is not staying dry the entire morning. no severe weather contained with this, but quick hitting downpours and lightning strikes. dry at the moment downtown. upper 60s. it is a warm start to the day. notice the humidity crept up a little bit.
thunderstorms today. first, to the morning commute with matt. >> right now, all good news on the roadways. we have dry pavement. light volume on the bypass. looking good into the mitchell interchange. you are seeing no delays out there. travel times... that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> thank you, matt. commitment 2016, hillary clinton and donald trump both on the campaign trail this morning. this is coming as an old fight is resurfacing over president obama's birthplace. >> this is as both candidates are converging on the city today.
paths in the nation's capital. both are entangelled over the birth issue. >> he still wouldn't say hawaii. he still wouldn't say america. this man wants to be our next president? >> clinton hammered trump at a washington gala where the president didn't make a direct reference. we have to push back against bluster and falsehoods and promise of higher walls. >> the trump campaign issued a statement writing that mr. trump believes that president obama was born in the united states, explaining in 2011 he was finally able to bring this ugly incident to the conclusion by compelling the president to
>> the clinton camp says that trump needs to say it himself. >> michele obama is campaigning in washington dc this morning. >> the battle over zika could be coming to an end on capitol hill. the congressional aids are zika fighting money. the democrats are welcoming the mauve and easing the way for the congress to take a break. >> big news actually, the zika vaccine has been approved for trials. doctors at a philadelphia lab are testing the vaccine on 40 people right now and officials
different because it is entirely synthetic. >> it doesn't grow or replicate or spread. the rehearsing the system and making them able when they encounter the pathge neshgs they are prepared. >> the the vaccine can be used by the general public. >> one of the largest table tennis tournaments in the country is happening in our area. this weekend the milwaukee sports complex in franklin is opening the open. 250 top players are competing in the events for a purse worth more than $11,000. >> packers are headed to
on the vikings and the green and gold faced nine times in the past four seasons and this weekend is special, it is the first regular season game in the brand new us bank stadium. the pack is taking on the vikings on sunday night and wisn 12 news will be there for the game and look for the coverage starting at 5:30. >> take a look at this nelson has his own cereal. jordy farm fresh flakes will be available. look at that. they are at the grocery stores and online. nelson grew up on a farm in kansas and stimuli works on the farm in the off season. i wonder if they taste like
>> yes. >> tasty. i want to try some. >> when are they available? >> that is a good question. i have to find them. remember the fruity flakes. hmm. >> are they on amazon? >> i don't know. we'll find out. the coffee, the cereal, you will want it inside. the showers and storms will be moving in this morning and another round later in the evening impacting the high school football games. bring the umbrella with. most of the rain is starting to exit around half time and put us 8:00 p.m., 9:00 p.m. mostly cloudy skies.
you get to madison and they have had 2 downpours. the white flashes are lightning strikes. now, a wider perspective showing more showers in iowa. the thunderstorms are closer to home and watching the batch move through this morning. in the afternoon a little break and break out a little sunshine. it is mild and muggy. 66 in here in milwaukee close to 70. 67 in kenosha. on and off showers and thunderstorms and mid to upper 70s in southern wisconsin. lower 70s up to the north. hit or miss thunderstorms are possible and more hit than miss throughout the morning. once get to midday t skies are
and sneak in a little sunshine. another batch of showers potentially thunderstorm. this could impact the high school football games. that will slide across the afternoon late afternoon and evening and wrapping up by 8:30. we hope that the high school games get in this evening. a threat of showers and thunderstorms. how about sunday's forecast. sunshine, mid 70 into next week, fall begins on thursday. we are going to keep the summery weather going. >> i found it. plb sports, $10 for a two pack taking one to two weeks to get here. >> two weeks? i want it now. i found it on ebay. >> my birthday is coming up.
watching, bring us some. >> wisn 12 news time now is 5:21 #. shortage of teachers is becoming a growing problem in wisconsin. >> what the state's superintendent says needs to happen to fix the issue. first, wes and elizabeth are here with the weekend picks. >> good morning, and who is ready for the weekend? we are, we are headed to cedarberg. >> they can r check that out. >> old school party jam, where
>> tgfi. we have made it to friday. >> yes, you are if planning out the weekend, wes and elizabeth from 99.1 the mix are here with their weekend picks. >> we are headed to bay view, it is the bash going on weekend and old school party jam stage. a lot of food. check out this weekend happening tomorrow it is her hometown and her 38th birthday. >> no, 35th. thank you, wes. >> thank you, guys. happy birthday. >> yes, exactly. >> under ground pipeline just for beer. >> where one is being built. plus, making sure your water is
girl who was hurt during a scuffle with police officers. >> plus, focusing on the safety of your drinking water. that's the goal of an effort launching today in milwaukee. the first-of-its-kind milestone now just hours away. >> but first, weather watch 12 as we take a live look at doppler 12 radar. rain is heading towards southeast wisconsin. we're tracking how long you'll need an umbrella. >> good morning and welcome to "wisn 12 news this morning" i'm melinda davenport. >> and i'm ben wagner. th it's 4:30 on this friday, september 16th. we're in the weather center with jeremy nelson. we have been seeing the greens and oranges. this is all day rain? >> it is around this morning and a break in the afternoon and a few showers during the high school football game this is evening but a few dry hours are mixed in from time to time. we are dry at the moment. the closer to 7:00 a.m. and after that in the milwaukee metro area a chance of showers