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>> now on wisn 12 news -- thema: right now on wisn 12 news "this morning," a woman with burns over 40% of her body now in critical condition. new details from overnight about the accident around a backyard fire pit. gunshots ring out inside a busy department store in washington state. four people are dead. the gunman, still on the loose. new information about the shooting as the fbi steps in to help on the case. we turn to our weather. a live look outside on this saturday morning. miller park with the lights on and the roof open. we will let you know how warm it will get where you live. good morning, and welcome to wisn 12 news "this morning." it's 5:00 a.m.on this saturday,
the stay with us. we will begin by checking your forecast. weatherwatch 12 meteorologist jeremy nelson is in the weather center. the lights are on at the miller park. jeremy: and the roof is open. dry conditions to start. the best news of all for today's forecast is dry conditions. we will be dealing with cloud cover from time to time with some sunshine extend. an easter breeze at 10. the breeze off of lake michigan might keep us near 70 degrees this afternoon. here is a sneak peek of the first weekend of fall. variable clouds, 70 degrees. thunderstorms for sunday with a good chance of showers and storms. we will talk about severe weather chances this weekend and what impact they could have
wisn 12 news time is 5:01. new this morning, flight for life is called in when a 25-year-old woman is severely burned after an accident at a backyard fire pit. according to the germantown fire chief, the woman and some friends were sitting around a fire pit at a home on kings court. someone threw gas on the fire, and it splashed onto the woman, and she caught on fire. two people tried to drive her to the hospital, but stopped at the mcdonald's on county line road to call 911 for help. flight for life took the woman to the burn unit at st. joseph's we're told she has second and third degree burns over 40% of her body. a second woman and a man are also in the hospital with serious burns. happening now, a manhunt in washington state after police say a suspect killed four women inside a mall north of seattle. washington state after police investigators say around 7:00 last night, a man walked into the macy's store and started shooting. four women died and right now a
evacuate the mall in burlington, which is about 65-miles north of seattle, but were unable to catch the shooter. investigators have released this surveillance photo of the man they think carried out the attack. >> we are still actively looking for the shooter. we caution people, stay indoors, stay secure. if you see something, say some thing. stay locked down in your houses un caught. thema: this morning the fbi and , the bureau of alcohol, tobacco, firearms, and explosives have stepped in to help local police. developing overnight, a fourth night of protests through charlotte's business district remained peaceful. groups are urging the police department to release body and dash camera video of the deadly officer involved shooting of keith lamont scott earlier in the week. there was an overnight curfew, but many stayed on the streets beyond the midnight deadline. because the groups were
there have been no reports of damage or looting. today, the hbo documentary "beware the slenderman" makes its midwest debut at the milwaukee film festival. the documentary is based on the real life case of the two, 12-year-old waukesha girls accused of stabbing their classmate to please the fictional character slender man. the movie director reportedly received exclusive access to the families involved for 18-months. both girls are still awaiting trial. continues to recover. the film screening is at 2:00 this afternoon at the oriental theatre. there is also a screening of the documentary "can you dig this?" which explores urban gardening in the food deserts of los angeles. a food desert is a neighborhood with limited access to stores with affordable fresh fruits, vegetables, and meat. areas on milwaukee's west side a considered a food desert by the u.s. department of agriculture. the director, along with
lead a panel discussion after the movie, which is at 10:30 this morning at the oriental theatre. the panel discussion starts at 12:30 at the milwaukee film festival lounge on prospect avenue. later today, the milwaukee police department is holding an open house for teenagers interested in joining the police aide program. it's open to 17 to 19-year-olds who are considering a future in law enforcement. you can get more details at an open house at the milwaukee police academy near mill road and teutonia. the open house runs from 10:00 until 1:00. the waukesha county sheriff's department offers a similar program called the explorers program. it's for young adults 15 to 21-years-old. they get hands on experience of what it's like to be in law enforcement. >> i know that even one more for police officer can make a
be. it is taking that step to get their first. -- to get their first -- to get there first. thema: we have more information about the explorers program on our website wisn.com. it's under the on tv section. later today, you can see if you have what it takes to pull an 80,000 pound firetruck. the milwaukee fire department is teaming up with the milwaukee brewing company for a unique charity event. teams of 10 will get the chance to pull a rig. proceeds will go to operation warm that provides new coats to children in need. the fire department did a test run for us earlier in the week to show us what you might be in for. >> it's tough, especially on a day like today with the ground wet. you have to be careful. the initial pull is tough. it's a lot of teamwork. it's what we do here. thema: you can watch or get a team together to take part. the event is today from noon until 4:00 at the milwaukee
it looks like they did a good job. today, the archbishop of milwaukee will help mark the 150th anniversary of st. stanislaus catholic church on milwaukee's south side. a benediction is at 5:30 tonight, followed by a celebration dinner at the church. anyone is invited to attend. the church is on fifth and mitchell. a church older than the city of milwaukee itself is celebrating a big anniversary this weekend. 175 years. 12 news' adrienne pedersen went t. out how the church stays relevant in a changing community. ? >> some people asked me if i have been here all my life, and i say, not yet. adrienne: 88-year-old earl walter spent 50 years as choir director here at st. paul's lutheran church. now he's the unofficial historian, and what an incredible history he shares.
was a city and wisconsin was a state, save paul was the congregation -- st. paul was the congregation. adrienne: germans fled religious persecution and moved to wisconsin. that's when the church started on september 26, 1841. while several congregations moved out of the city, st paul's stayed with the motto "in the city for good." there's no better example of that than kim's closet. neighbors pick out clothes for free once or twice a month. >> we have of the same folks coming in and bringing in requests for their families, neighbors. i think it has opened the church to diversity in the neighborhood. adrienne: students with st. pauls and from amazing faith ministries are painting murals for the anniversary showing that diversity and celebrating it. >> the big thing is lutheran faith has remained the same. there have been a lot of
beliefs they came over with, and those are the beliefs we still hold on today. adrienne: beliefs that keep the church relevant 175 years later. in milwaukee, i'm adrienne pedersen, wisn 12 news. thema: you're invited to the 175th anniversary service. it's tomorrow at 10:00 a.m. wisn 12 news time is 5:09. it's time to get out and play. where your kids can take advantage of a free rock climbing wall later today. make them want to pick up a book. the connection doctors say they found between a child's diet and their reading scores. meteorologist jeremy nelson is in the weather center with our saturday forecast. jeremy: good morning. we are tracking the next round of rain. i will let you know when thunderstorms are possible this weekend, coming up. you are watching wisn 12 news "this morning."
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important location coverage, you're watching wisn 12 news "this morning," with thema ponton and weatherwatch 12 meteorologist jeremy nelson. wisn 12 news "this morning" continues. thema: welcome back to wisn 12 news "this morning." 5:13 on saturday as we take a live look outside. i do not see anyone on the roads, but there will be people. if you will need a jacket or an umbrella. do this morning, patients who undergo an organ transplant may have an increased risk of developing skin cancer. a new study from drexel university found this risk applies to all transplant patients, regardless of race or medical history. researchers say anti-rejection medications, which suppress the immune system, may make organ recipients more vulnerable to the effects of the sun. doctors recommend total body skin exams become a routine part
also new this morning, alcohol might not be as good for the heart as once thought. a recent study examined alcohol as one of the risk factors for heart disease. kim hutcherson has more in today's health minute. kim: a new study finds that drinking alcohol, even in moderation, may increase the size of one of the heart's chambers and leave people at risk for irregular heartbeat and a host of other problems. researchers analyzed data from more than 5200 people from the same massachusetts town. participants reported how much alcohol they drank each week. the sizes of their hearts were measured, and they were tested for atrial fibrillation, or irregular heartbeat. analysts found that, over the study period, having about one alcoholic drink daily was linked to small increases in the size of the left atrium, one of the two upper chambers in the heart. an enlarged left atrium increases a person's risk of atrial fibrillation. that can cause blood to pool inside the left atrium, leading
researchers point out that these findings may not apply to everyone. some people may be genetically pre-disposed to atrial fibrillation. the study is published in the journal of the american heart association. for today's health minute, i'm kim hutcherson. thema: turns out what your kids eat might actually influence their reading habits. a new study suggests a healthy diet may help young children become better readers. researchers in finland looked at the diets of over 100 first, second, and third graders as well as their standardized reading scores. the researchers found students ' reading skills improved more when their diets included more vegetables, fruit, and fish, and less red meat and sugar. your kids are invited to get active. the girl scouts are hosting three events featuring a rock
obstacle courses, and soccer games at 10:00 at the center at burleigh street in notre dame primary school in northern milwaukee. you are invited to the discovery walk, roll, and run 5-k at the prairie springs park in pleasant prairie. the event is raising awareness for athletes of all abilities, and raising money for therapeutic programs at the rec-plex. you can register on site starting at 7:30 this morning. the 5-k starts at 9:00. this morning, aurora health care is celebrating the grand opening of a new health center in germantown. the 76,000 square foot building features a new surgery center with 6 operating rooms and 24 recovery rooms. the new building also has an oncology clinic for cancer patients. you're invited to take a tour of the center. it's open from 10:00 this morning until 1:00 this afternoon. 5:16 on this saturday. return our attention to the
today. jeremy: 60's and lower 70's. this is right on. thema: at 5:00, it was a shock. it was 80. jeremy: i received a question on twitter, will we see anymore 80's? we could see 80's in early october. that, we have a nice break today. let's talk about the forecast the weekend. you will want a plan b on sunday because of a good chance of showers and thunderstorms. next week starts pretty cool with an extended time of daytime highs in the 60's. traveling this weekend, we are seeing fall colors in central and northern parts of the state, 25% color. some of the maple trees are
they are mixed in with a lot of green. we will see the transition and a couple of weeks. a little bit later because of the warm summer. that is continuing into the early stages of fall. today, the roof is open at miller park. it might stay open for the game. dry conditions with daytime highs on either side of 70 across southeastern wisconsin. the wind off of lake , so just a degree or two cooler across the lakefront versus inland locations. it is comfortable outside. 50's in the north woods. lower to middle 60's in southern wisconsin. 64 in downtown milwaukee. xt three, madison. -- 63 in madison.
across the area, mostly cloudy to partly sunny skies. not a bad start to the weekend. there is the easterly breeze at eight to 16. that will feel nice this afternoon. future cast, we have stuff to talk about in the weekend forecast, when the thunderstorms arrived through the first part of the weekend looks dry. the cloud cover thins out this afternoon and we will enjoy more sunshine past midday. that changes into sunday. 7:00 a.m. on sunday, i think that we start dry. we are not guaranteed dry weather through the morning. showers and maybe an isolated thundershower will approach. an isolated chance of a storm on sunday. a line of stronger storms middle to late afternoon could sweep through your generally dry weather during the evening.
storms they could produce strong wind and heavy downpours and vivid lightning. your week ahead, 70 degrees today. the average high is 68. we are close to averages, finally, in southeast wisconsin. an extended time of 60's for monday, tuesday, and wednesday with nighttime lows in the 50's. thema: wisn 12 news time is 5:20. it's the return of the boy band. details on the new las vegas show featuring one of the best selling groups of the 1990's. plus, "it's the great pumpkin, charlie brown." we will introduce you to the sixth grader who grew a monster of a pumpkin in her backyard garden. first, here's a look at last
a company called flybrix just started selling a build-your-own drone kit. inside are lego bricks and special motors that don't require soldering. once assembled, the lightweight flybrix drones are meant to be flown indoors. they're so called "crash-friendly," meaning they can be re-assembled as kids experiment with their designs and learn how to fly them. that looks like fun. according to the flybrix site, a basic kit costs $149 and a the kits are meant for kids 14 and older. backstreet is back. the boy band officially announced they're going to call las vegas home for part of next year. the backstreet boys will take up residency at planet hollywood hotel and casino. the series consists of 18 dates between march 1 and july 1. band members are promising an
tickets go on sale next week. they join a host of other acts on the las vegas strip including mariah carey, britney spears, and jennifer lopez. the lead actors of "the big bang theory" are cashing in on the show's popularity. according to "forbes magazine," actor jim parsons tops their list of the top paid tv actors. so far this year he's made $25.5 million, much of that is his earnings from the sitcom. co-star johnny galecki is in second place with $24 million. the next two on the list are also big bang stars, simon helberg and kunal nayyar. rounding out the top 5 is mark harmon. he's made $20 million thanks to his role as series lead and executive producer of "ncis." we want to know about the stories you're talking about this morning. keep sharing with us. you can follow wisn 12 news on facebook, twitter, and
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>> now on wisn 12 news -- thema: good morning. welcome to wisn 12 news "this morning." i am thema ponton. coming up on 5:30 on saturday morning. we will begin by checking the weather. jeremy nelson has our first overall, nice weather conditions. jeremy: comfortable temperatures this morning with a pleasant afternoon. let's start by getting you out the door. mainly cloudy in downtown milwaukee. temperatures are fairly comfortable in the middle 60's. the dew points in the 50's with an east breeze at 10 miles per hour. in mequon, 64.
showing calm wind, but there is a beast breeze along the lakeshore at five-miles-per-hour to 10-miles-per-hour. we might touch 70 this afternoon with more sunshine in the forecast. this is the pick day of the weekend. thunderstorms on sunday. i will let you know the impact that might have on outdoor plans with the timing coming up. thema: you can track the weather on-the-go this weekend with our free app. we'll send any weather alerts right to your cell phone. search "wisn" in your app store or google play. new this morning, three people are in the hospital with serious burns after an accident at a backyard fire pit. this happened around 1:00 this morning at a home on king's court in germantown. the fire chief says someone throwing gas on the fire accidentally splashed a woman and she caught on fire. she was air-lifted to st. joseph's hospital in milwaukee. we're told she has second and third degree burns over 40% of
burned while trying to help the woman put out the fire. right now, a massive search is underway in washington state for this man, wanted for shooting and killing four people at a mall about an hour outside of seattle. witnesses say he walked into a macy's store and opened fire at the makeup counter. police say 4 women were killed. one man is in critical condition. the mall was immediately put on lockdown and eventually evacuated. for the suspected gunman, who was last seen heading toward a nearby interstate. they're warning residents that he is armed and dangerous. everyone is being asked to stay inside and avoid the area around the mall. police say a motive for the shooting is still unclear. we'll continue to follow this developing story throughout the morning. protests continue this weekend in charlotte, north carolina. for the 4th straight night, hundreds of people marched
the deadly officer-involved shooting of a black man from earlier this week. the city is under a state of emergency, and the mayor issued a curfew until further notice. yesterday, the family of keith lamont scott released video of the shooting, recorded by his wife, begging police not to shoot her husband. >> keith, get out the car. keith. keith. don't you do it. don't you do it. keith. >> drop the gun. >> keith. keit [gunshots] >> did you shoot him? did you shoot him? thema: leading up to the shooting, she can be heard on the video saying he doesn't have a gun. she tells police he has a tbi, traumatic brain injury. police say he was armed, but the family, who has seen the police video, says it's not clear what was in his hand. police say the officer bodycam
released during the investigation. in light of these police shootings, we wanted to know what the next generation of law enforcement thinks. only on wisn 12, adrienne pedersen spoke with teenagers in waukesha county already hoping to wear a badge someday. >> i get a lot that are like, why would you want to do that? and people that want to know that i want to be a police officer get upset a lot. would you sign up for this? 18-year-olds jazmine luther and taylor weiss get that question a lot. they're part of the waukesha county sheriff's explorers. the group is made up of young adults from 15 to 21-years-old. they get hands on experience of what it's like to be in law enforcement. >> in any profession, there are bad and good people in. adrienne: despite the unrest luther saw in milwaukee and what's happening now in charlotte, she still wants to be
too. so they will make mistakes. that's what's being brought into the light. that's what everyone is seeing is all of the mistakes. even if they're not mistakes, they just don't look good. adrienne: the explorers are selling "back the badge" signs as a fundraiser. the slogan is something they already take seriously. >> i know that even one more police officer on the road can make a difference and help the society become the best society it can be. thema: pederson reporting. the explorers' supervisor tells wisn 12 news numbers for the program are down, but she thinks that's because kids are in so many different activities, not because of the recent police shootings. later today, governor scott walker will get an up close look at some of the damage left behind by storms this past week. torrential rain led to landslides and flooding in the western part of the state. the governor has declared a state of emergency in 13 counties. the flooding is blamed for two
in "commitment 2016" coverage now, republican presidential nominee donald trump is coming to wisconsin. trump will appear at a campaign event at the waukesha county expo center on wednesday night. it will be his first visit to wisconsin since the middle of august. trump and hillary clinton will meet with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu tomorrow. netanyahu is in the u.s. after addressing the u.n. general assembly this week. the separate meetings will take place in new york city. right now, trump and clinton are preparing for their first head-to-head debate on monday. they'll square off at hofstra university in new york. you can watch it live right here on wisn 12. abc news live coverage starts monday night at 8:00, after a new "dancing with the stars." also on monday, early in-person voting begins in milwaukee. residents can cast their ballots on weekdays between 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. at the zeidler
two more locations will be added in the middle of next month. later today, there is help available for people having a hard time paying their energy bills. the wisconsin home energy assistance program is opening two new locations in milwaukee county. the program will now be available at the miracle mile shopping center on south 27th street, as well as at 69th street, and brown deer road. you can learn more at a grand opening event today and apply early for the state program. also happening today, children's hospital of wisconsin is conducting a free car seat and booster safety check. it's from 9:00 this morning until noon at the station 1 waukesha fire department. families should allow 40-minutes per car seat. some car seats will also be available for purchase. you have a chance to take your kids on the bus for free later today. it's the first-ever milwaukee county transit system take your kid on the bus day. you can get free stickers for all young riders, free bublr
milwaukee county zoo and the children's museum, and more if parents show their m-card. kids who ride the bus that are 5 and under are free. kids 6 and up, cost $1.10. for more information on all the discounts, head to the wisn 12 news app. later today, the badgers begin big 10 play when they take on 8th ranked michigan state in east lansing. the badgers are off to their first 3-0 start since 2011. packers, who are now looking for a win tomorrow when they take on the detroit lions. wisn 12's dan needles and drew olson break it down in big 12 sports saturday. >> dan and drew here. coming up tonight at 6:30, akron is one thing, so is georgia state. michigan state is different. the badgers' first real test.
him to relax? can they beat the lions in their home opener? >> is he too sensitive, are we too hard on him? and the bucs' plan moving forward without khris middleton, perhaps for the entire season. there is a lot to cover. that is coming up on "big 12 sports saturday". thema: the brewers are thanking their fans this weekend. it's fan appreciation night at up for grabs are tickets for next season, autographed baseballs, and brewers jerseys. tonight's game against the reds starts at 6:10. this weekend, hundreds will come together to fight against breast cancer. it's the susan g. komen race for the cure. it gets underway at 9:00 sunday morning along milwaukee's lakefront. you still have time to register for the race. this morning, washington d.c. is celebrating history. why thousands of people are descending on the national mall to mark the grand opening of a
>> leading the way with important location coverage, you're watching wisn 12 news "this morning," with thema ponton and weatherwatch 12 meteorologist jeremy nelson. wisn 12 news "this morning" continues. thema: welcome back to wisn 12 news "this morning." 5:42 on saturday morning, september 24 as we look at milwaukee with low hanging clouds. if you're heading out to walk the dog or take a morning run, i would suggest long sleeves. it might feel refreshing to some people. jeremy: people had the windows
feels refreshing. comfortable for late september. looking at the doppler 12 radar network, if you are getting morning exercise, it looks dry. that should be hanging around today. in sheboygan, from the blue harbor resort, 60 two degrees. dew points in the 50's, fairly dry. 64 around 7:00 with variable clouds. early, more clouds and in the afternoon, more rays of sun. a fairly nice afternoon. highs around 70. we are tracking thunderstorms for parts of the weekend. i will go over the timing, coming up. thema: following a developing story at washington state. a man hurt during a shooting inside of a mall has died. a gun and opened fire at a
from his injuries. state troopers are searching for the gun and. we will keep you updated on the developing story throughout the morning. right now, thousands of people are in washington d.c. to celebrate the newest smithsonian museum. the national museum of african-american history and culture officially opens to the public this weekend. the museum exhibits more than 35,000 artifacts chronicling the tragedies and triumphs of african-american history. president obama and first lady michelle obama will help dedicate the museum at a ceremony this morning. this weekend, homecoming has a special meaning for one tiny football player. 8-year-old bradie smith hasn't seen his dad for the last few months. that's because the desert storm veteran had to get his leg amputated and was recovering in the hospital. bradie's father decided to surprise his son during his football practice.
is at home now -- words can't describe how happy i am. thema: bradie's father is now recovering at home. the family says they look forward to spending time together. that is pretty great. she's only in 6th grade, but one illinois girl is using her gardening skills to break records. 11-year-old carena adams from wheaton grew a pumpkin weighing today, she's in a pumpkin weighing contest looking to take home the grand prize. i hope that she wins. i cannot believe that there are bigger ones. it's oktoberfest season. there will be two first-ever parties taking place later today. miller time pub and grill is holding an event downtown starting at noon. anyone who shows up wearing traditional lederhosen or dirndl will get a free beer. over in waukesha, it's the
frame park. the free event features german music, entertainment, and food. to start things off this morning, a 5-k race that begins at 10:00. this weekend, it's feeling a lot like fall at the wisconsin state fairgrounds. harvest fair is taking place today and tomorrow. there's food, music, shopping, and seasonal activities scattered across the grounds, including favorites like pumpkin bowling and scarecrow making. the evenis parking is $6. those scarecrows, every time i see that video, it makes me think "who are they carrying? they had such a good time at the fair that they need to be carried out ."later this jeremy: did you know that they have a scarecrow daycare?
upper 60's to lower 70's. you mentioned at state fair park , we have one of our favorites at maier festival park. it is pet fest. when it opened at 10:00, no puppy ponchos will be needed. all of their paws will be staying dry. it will be comfortable this afternoon with temperatures topping out around 70-degrees. the brewers' final homestand, support the crew. looks comfortable. the window is open for the drive home. the roof is open at the ller park. it will stay open the entire day as we are expecting dry condition. 64 in milwaukee with the east breeze it 10-miles-per-hour with refreshing dew points the 50's. they may creep up closer to 60.
fairly mild or late september. -- for a late september. we are 10 degrees above average in most backyards. kenosha, pleasant prairie, 63. lower 60's from fond du lac to sheboygan. let's talk about the regional forecast. this is the best day of the weekend. mostly cloudy this morning with rays of sunshine this afternoon. in the north woods, early fall 75 in rockford. a chance of showers and storms on day. looking at a warmer day, 77 in milwaukee with lower 80's to the south. going to the packers have -- packers-line's game, lower 70's. will it stay dry for the second
into the forecast. at 4:00, a mix of sun and clouds, then the focus should are rain for the back half of the weekend. 7:00 on sunday, a dying line of showers. i cannot hear into the morning is all drive. there might be a passing shower for the kickoff of the packers' game at 12:00 noon. the highest rain chance comes our way late in the afternoon with a line of be fairly strong thunderstorms from green bay, milwaukee, west of chicago. they may have strong wind and heavy downpours along with lightening. we dry out on sunday evening with cooler weather in store for the early part of the week. the rain potential depends in with a heavy downpours lineup. we could see a half-inch to one inch of rain. that will come our way for the
i do not have rain concerns today, that is why i say get outside and enjoy the activities . on sunday, have and am relevant on standby and a plan the. -- have an umbrella on standby and a plan b. on friday, we welcome october with highs in the lower 70's. thema: later this morning, thousands of pets will take over milwaukee's lakefront. it's the annual pet fest. 6:00 at the summerfest grounds. you can bring your dog and/or cat. there's an agility course and a bier garden dog park. also later today, the racine zoo is celebrating world rhino day. volunteers will be cleaning up north beach. you can also spend the day learning more about the endangered species. special activities are included with regular zoo admission. the racine zoo is open this
washington is now starring in a western. coming up, we'll have a preview of "the magnificent seven" out in theaters this weekend. first, here's a look at what's coming up next on "good morning america." >> good morning. coming up, leading with breaking news out of washington state. a gunman opened fire at a mall, killing four and leaving one in critical condition. the manhunt for the suspect at large. and a new video showing the shooting at the heart of the unrest in charlotte. the family releasing cell phone video of keith lamont got's deadly confrontation. what it shows. 2.5 days until the first presidential debate, clinton versus trump. it is a potentially pivotal moment. how the candidates are preparing in the final hours. that is coming up.
thema: welcome back. a modern take on the 1960's classic "the magnificent seven." plus, a colorful animation about storks. entertainment tonight's kevin frazier has a preview of what's new in theaters this weekend. kevin: this week, denzel washington and chris pratt bring the classic tale of wild west justice to a new audience in "the magnificent seven," and andy samberg takes on baby duty in "storks." >> in the beginning, storks delivered babies. thank goodness we don't do that anymore. kevin: in the animated comedy "storks," the reliable birds have moved on from delivering babies to packages. but when one last baby arrives, it's up to junior, voiced by andy samberg, and tulip, voiced by katie crown, to get her home to her family. samberg and crown are tight on screen, and were able to record their audio together. a rarity in animation, so they made the most of it. >> we wear matching onesies with the little button flap on the
until it was all completely recorded, so we were going stir crazy by the end. >> there's one last baby to deliver. >> awwww. >> took a job, looking for some men to join me. >> what a bunch of misfits we are. kevin: and in "magnificent seven," denzel washington and chris pratt lead a team of the wildest men in the west to help save a town from. the cast bonded over a sweaty shoot in the louisiana heat, working through it with the crew to make a thrilling modern western. >> people wrangling the horses, people building these sets, all there were so many people working through pretty inhospitable conditions. like i said, it's all up there on screen, man. it was a long journey, but the destination made it worth it. >> i've always wanted to blow something up. >> that's not a plan. kevin: for entertainment tonight, i'm kevin frazier. now back to you in the studio. thema: something for everyone, kids and adults.
put it off until tomorrow? jeremy: you could go after the packers game. that is when we have the highest chance of rain. no rain today. 64 degrees and more sunshine into the afternoon. we might see some sun in sheboygan. you will want sunglasses by the afternoon. thema: some people are already taking photos. share it with us on
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good morning, america. breaking overnight. mall massacre. five people shot and killed the gunman caught on camera walking into a macy's in washington state and opening fire. >> cascade, all burlington -- >> escaping into the night. the intense manhunt this morning. chilling video released by the wife of a man shot by police in charlotte pleading with officers not to open fire. >> don't shoot him. don't shoot him. he has no weapon. >> officers ordering him to drop a gun before shooting him. this morning what could be a critical new report on the weapon cops say was found at the scene. >> countdown to the showdown. the big debate.