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[captioning made possible by wisn-tv] announcer: now on wisn 12 news. sheldon: the driver of a stolen car rams into a squad car ie lot of an oak creek motel. tonight, police are searching for that driver. adrienne: and they need your help. it all happened this morning at the motel six on college avenue near i-94. wisn 12 news terry sater talked to one woman who witnessed the whole thing. reporter: that video of an oak creek police suv being rammed by a car with a stolen plate was recorded by a guest of the motel 6 on west college in oak creek sunday morning. it's this woman's daughter and
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identified. >> we just heard the cops screaming for them to open the door, get out of the vehicle. he was non-compliant. they threatened they were going to shoot the window out. they took a baton and they were trying to break the window. reporter: there was a police dog inside the squad and the video has now been turned over to police for evidence, >> you can see the damage to this car which belonged to another hotel guest. as the suspect was trying to get by the squad car he kept ramming this honda. >> he kept backing up, back and forth, ramming the vehicle. he finally got out, got away, they ended up chasing him on the freeway. i don't know if they caught him or not. reporter: they didn't catch the suspect. >> there's tons of kids here. so are they going to come back tonight. are they going to be in a drive-by shooting here because they guy is armed supposedly and considered dangerous. that's what the police said. reporter: thankfully the police , officers and the police dog are ok. in oak creek, terry sater, wisn 12 news.
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we got these pictures we want to give you another view of that car. from police. again this is a blue dodge charger, with the license plates 507-tyr. if you have any information, please call police. sheldon: new tonight a , 7-year-old is hit by a car in racine. police say the child ran into traffic on ohio avenue near westway avenue and was struck by an suv, just before six tonight. the child was taken to frodtert. their condition has not be investigators say that action does not appear to be criminal. police are looking the people who set a man on fire during a robbery. this happened just before nine last night near 53rd and clarke in milwaukee. we're told drugs were also involved. the victim is 36-years-old, and went to the hospital with significant burns. apparently he knows the suspects, but police haven't arrested anyone yet. adrienne: a manhunt is underway right now after a bomb goes off in new york city. 29 people were hurt. the explosion went off next to a
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running for cover. as abc's maggie rulli reports, there are more than one-thousand extra officers, including the national guard, patrolling the streets of new york tonight. reporter: a massive manhunt for whoever's responsible for this terrifying scene. >> a bomb just went off in new york city. >> we heard the shatter of the windows and everything else and we just ducked. reporter: this man helps a woman hit and blodied by flying debris >> come with me. i'm holding you. come with me you're safe. reporter: the explosion so powerful that authorities are shocked no one was killed and that all 29 people injured have already been released from area hospitals. >> everybody clear this street reporter: police found what they believed to be the bomb left in this tool box now a pile of twisted metal authorities are hoping another
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away provides more answers. an unexploded pressure cooker with wires and a cell phone attached currently on it's way to an fbi laboratory for more investigation. as new york city prepares to welcome hundreds of world leaders for the un's general assembly, the governor insists new york is ready. >> will find who planted these explosives and they will be punished. reporter: multiple law enforcement officials are saying abc news that they saw -- they're are now working to identify that man. adrienne: all beaches reopened today in new jersey after the pipe bombing. it exploded shortly before thousands of runners were going to participate in a charity 5-k race to benefit marines and sailors. no one was hurt. thankfully we are learning more about the man who stabbed nine people at a mall in st. cloud, minnesota.
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he came to the u.s. 15 years ago from somalia. investigators say he walked into the mall dressed in a private security uniform last night. an off-duty police officer shot and killed him. the victims were not seriously hurt. isis is claiming resonsibility for the attacks. sheldon: we're getting a look at some of the progress in sherman park. a group called common ground led tours today highlighting their ongoing efforts to revitalize the neighborhood. they called it the new life in sherman park tour. the neighborhood for more than 8 years. deacon alex hardy says 'common gound' rehabbed several homes, which is a huge help to the area. >> what that has done is generated other people to invest in the homes. hopefully that will help our areas property values. it'll be a place where working families can come in. sheldon: so far they've redeveloped 75 homes. officers from mpd's district two
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an open house today. visitors toured the building, checked out the police vehicles, and even got to meet the officers' horses and k-9s. captain heather wurth says the event was a chance for officers to catch up with the community. >> many of the times we have contact with people in our community is during times of crisis and need. we don't have an opportunity to meet and talk with them just during normal interactions. sheldon: wurth says the district hoped today's event would also teach children not to fear police. district open houses are held throughout the year. adrienne: the weekend finished on a high note, but storms are approaching fast. meteorologist lindsey slater is in the weather center. and lindsey, will commuters be ok in the morning? lindsey: the commute tomorrow morning is looking a ok. you should not have any problems.
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it looks fantastic. if you are driving a little earlier this evening, look at this, it was huge. right now there is not a whole lot happening on the radar. temperatures still look cool. 66 in milwaukee and even cooler in burlington. temperatures are not going to get down to much. i'm thinking mid-low 60's your morning commute is going to be just fine. it be giving you a little bit of little bit of trouble. i'll talk about our thunderstorm chances coming up. adrienne: you can get more weather updates with the wisn mobile out. it is free to download. sheldon: you just watch the emmys right here. adrienne: coming up the big winners. and some of the surpises of the night. sheldon: then, a huge sinkhole and a very huge problem.
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water. adrienne: and, you could own a piece of history. the unique, and local, estate sale starting tomorrow. >> hey everyone, i'm ben wagner. saving lives, one sandwich at a time. tomorrow on wisn 12 news this morning, the restaurants you can stop by during your lunch break, to help fight cancer in southeast wisconsin. plus we'll be on weather watch, as you get the kids ready for school. school. see you tomorrow morning from we got married in june... ...on tunaday. there's a subway? $3.50 sub of the day to help you remember life's important days. ub for just $3.50 at subway? every day of the week. her name is teri... ...she was born on sweet onion chicken teriyaki day. hi guys! got the birthday girl a drum set. drum set? oh you guys must have time warner cable. this is gonna be some party. yeah, their free home wifi lets us connect all our devices at the same time. and there's no data cap, so... the kids must love that, huh?! hey, there's the birthday girl! let's get this party started! get more with time warner cable internet. like unlimited data and speeds up to 50 megs.
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announcer: leading the way with important local coverage. you're watching david i.s. in news at 10:00 with weatherwatch
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adrienne: the emmy awards wrapped up just minutes ago here on wisn 12. sheldon: there were lots of laughs and tears. reporter: the 16th in the celebration with some of tvs most celebrated characters. hbo's "game of thrones," face off with o.j. simpson. >> if your show doesn't have a dragon or a white bronco in it, go home now. reporter: julia louise dreyfus winning her award for the show
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the snl actress who plays clinton winning a supporting any. there was a jeb bush cameo and camel singling out the producer of celebrity apprentice. you don't have to watch reality shows anymore because we are living in one. the show also patriot to jerry channeling. and some of the show's other big acting awards go to -- >> a chance. reporter: winning outstanding documentary -- >> the people versus o.j. simpson. reporter: they may be tearing the red carpet down behind me, but hollywood is just getting to move from the awards to the after parties. sheldon: if you want to read about more emmy highlights, head to our website, wisn.com. you'll find the story right in
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the court they'll never forget. adrienne: and it was all for a good cause. the milwaukee bucks teams up with the american cancer society and the froedtert and medical college of wisconsin for shoot down cancer' kids got to shoot hoops with some players and even the coach. the president of the milwaukee bucks, peter feigin , tells us cancer affects every person in some way. >> there's a big way we can prevent cancer by awareness and preventative exams and screenings and we're a big part of that and we want this to be a healthy community. adrienne: the event was free for the families. people donated to the american cancer society when kids made baskets. sheldon: a snapshot of milwaukee history. that's how people are describing a home in milwaukee's riverwest neighborhood. and this week, you can see it for yourself at an estate sale. but before the doors open, thema ponton takes us inside for a sneak peek. >> this is a fluke of nature. reporter: that's how estate sale owner thomas {ee-wurt} ewart
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milwaukee's riverwest neighborhood. it started out as a pharmacy and soda fountain in the 1930's. several years after it closed, william hickmam smith bought it lock, stock and soda fountain stools. >> when i walked in here, i couldn't get over it. anything i wanted to say sounds according, but it soon feel like a quantum leap back in time. reporter: smith, who was 92 when he died in april, filled these four floors with history of his the battle of the bulge coming home with a purple heart and a bronze star. the art professor from uwm lived among the signs of the past, what ewart calls slices of milwaukee history. >> i do approximately 100 homes a year and this of their with the top 10. reporter: ewart, whose been doing estate sales for thirty-five years, says the items in this house are almost unbelievable and collectors will instantly recognize items of
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>> the furniture is all antique. reporter: in addition to what smith held on to and collected over the years, he also inherited items. including rooms full of mid century modern furniture and vintage clothes. ewart says if these walls could talk, they would tell of a multi-generational history that you can now buy a piece of. in milwaukee, thema ponton, wisn 12 news. sheldon: the estate sale starts tomorrow and runs through thursday. the address is 1105 east meineke avenue, in milwaukee's riverwest neighborhood. lindsey: fall is just days away, and i hear storms are in the forecast almost every day next week. adrienne: lindsey, can you work your magic and wish them away? lindsey: there is one day this week that we are going to be fine. here is a look at your weather. tomorrow is going to be pretty warm, folks.
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i may even be under doing that temperature because of the warm front is moving through as we speak. the wind picks up because that. the kids are going to be just fine, but i'm telling you now, as you're getting your outfit for the next day, as you're getting your kids backpacks ready, make your an umbrella right next to it. you're not going to need it in the morning, but the evening for sure. i'm expecting that cold front to arrive. for strong and severe storms. there is a small window of opportunity for this to happen. i believe we are definitely getting some thunderstorms with this cold front. after that lease, we get one day , it will be sunny and beautiful, and we're back into the regular pattern. here's a look at weather system number one of three we're going to see this week. it is already making its way to
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warming up. that cold front slowly follows behind it and i believe it is going to arrive right here as we head into about 4:00 or 5:00. you can see what is happening. over here in minnesota, they are getting some storms later. we are not going to talk about the tiger game right now. as a get to monday, this is 12:30. we have storms already building their way up. we're still in the clear. talking 4:30. this is for the early evening commuters. you see some thunderstorms there a johnson creek and madison. we start to get these popcorn these popcorn storms. basically we called them that because they pop up like this. some of them could easily produce some heavy downpours.
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the energy as fuel and it is right before the sun goes down. there is a chance we could see some potential for severe weather. regardless of that, we will be lingering on. the weather model is picking up on some morning fog for tuesday as well. it is a little bit turbulent. i'm going with a four here with the heavy downpours, lighting, inhale as well. then we are pick up the rain chances on wednesday and again on thursday. this is weather system number two and we will have a weather system number three as we get into friday. temperatures near 66 degrees and it feels just like it as you're heading out the door tomorrow, don't forget, happy umbrella. your commute is going to be just fine.
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like we talked about, fall is just four days away. we have a lot of storms in the forecast as we head into fall. we're going to see this map change, and change, and change. we seeing color for the areas of the north, so if you're heading up at any point in time, and the rain, we would love to share it on our facebook page. three different weather systems happening, one is on monday, one is on thursday, another one happening as we head into the weekend. adrienne: you requested it and see what we do. lindsey: teamwork. sheldon: in sports, the packers try to spoil the vikings first game in their new, one billion dollar stadium. adrienne: while the badgers quarterback battle promises to
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dan: the packers knew they were in for a fight tonight in the first regular season game at the vikings new stadium and a fight is what it has been. neither of the former mvp's, aaron rodgers and adrian peterson, has had a good night. other rodgers does have both the touchdown pass and the touchdown run even though he lost the fumble. yards. minnesota wins -- we hope to show you the highlights in the next the badgers dropped 2 spots hour. to 11th in the ap college football poll but they rose 2 spots to 10th in the coaches poll after yesterday's win over georgia state. wisconsin travels to east lansing saturday to take on 8th ranked michigan state at 11:00 am. paul chryst will be asked all week about who his starting quarterback will be. alex hornibrook replaced an innefective bart houston yesterday, and rallied the badgers to the victory.
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still the starter. >> they went with alex and they thought he was going to do some stuff to win the ballgame. obviously he didn't. >> it is the same as the rest of the season, if they tell me to go in, i'm ready. if they don't, i'm ready for that. dan: the cubs have never been this happy to see the brewers leave chicago. the brewers won for the third time in 4 days against the cubs martin maldonado with the rbi single in the second. the brewers scored twice in that inning against the man who will probably win the nl cy young award, kyle hendricks wily peralta followed with an rbi single, peralta allowed just one run in 6 innings to earn his 7th win. chris carter is now just one home run away from matching his career high in the 8th, carter blasted number 36, and yes, it finally came down. it got a little dicey in the ninth inning tyler thornburg put , runners on first and second
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first kris bryant. then anthony rizzo save number 11 for thornbug, as the brewers win 3-to-1. they have now matched last season's win total, with 12 games to play. the brewers open their final homestand of the season tuesday night against the pirates. coming up in our next half hour, we'll have highlights and post-game reaction from minneapolis, once the packers game is over. sheldon: we are looking for to that. right now police are looking for , a pair of pet thieves tonight. adrienne: the puppy heist at a then, local students write letters of support to a service member they don't even know. only on wisn 12: how that airman and a local business are now saying thank you, in return. adrienne: and, a double-dose of cuteness. twin pandas reach a new life
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announcer: now on wisn 12 news. adrienne: breaking news on the bombing in new york. abc news is now reporting five
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both candidates are weighing in on the topic. very different responses. reporter: the shock wave through new york city rippling across the campaign trail. >> a bomb went off in new york and nobody knows exactly what is going on. reporter: donald trump in colorado addressing a rally. >> we better get tough folks. reporter: pounced. >> always wiser to wait until he have information or a conclusion. reporter: the former secretary of state addressing the situation as she arrived back in new york, taking a more cautious approach. >> i'll have more to say when i actually know the facts. reporter: they say clinton is only qualified for this.
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really, really smart in dealing with challenges like this to make sure we are doing what we can to stop any loan wolf attacks in the united states. reporter: they are urging caution, speaking florida. >> whatever the cause, whether it was terrorists attack inspired by abroad or home-grown, -- reporter: the subject to remain a hot topic as people had to new york for the united states general assembly -- united nations general assembly. in the wall street journal, gates writes that trump is beyond repair and unfit to be commander-in-chief. sheldon: top republican state lawmakers are calling for a special prosecutor to look into the leaked documents from a secret investigation of governor

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