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[captioning made possible by wisn-tv] [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] >> now on wisn 12 news. thema: right now on wisn 12 news this morning, a suspect now in custody following a deadly shooting at a mall in washington state. new details from overnight about his capture and what he was carrying when police found him. plus, we're counting down to opening day of packers football at lambeau field. criminals are hoping to cash in on the packers home opener. what you need to know so you don't get scammed. first, a live look outside on this sunday morning. runners getting ready for the susan g. komen race for the cure, looking to turn the lakefront think.
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storms. good morning, and welcome to wisn 12 news this morning. i'm thema ponton. it's 7:00 a.m. on this sunday, september 25. let's get your day started with a look at your forecast. thema: here's weather watch 12 meteorologist sally severson. sally, a little cloudy out there right now. sally: clouds of been filling in gradually, streaming in from the west. we will start with some sunshine around this morning. but storms for later today with a cool front depend a little bit on how much sun we see this morning with clouds already the more sun we have, the better chance we develop a few stronger storms. with less son, the chances become a lot more slim as far severe weather. it will feel more like fall this week, with highs tomorrow that began into the mid 60's. it will be windy and much cooler. if you're headed to the game for today, maybe you are up in about already packing, grab your rain gear. i just been showers and a few thundershowers at green bay as
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showers across minnesota, iowa, moving into western wisconsin this morning. we put together several dry hours this morning. it is 67 and wind is southeast. a little warm and humid for today is omitted quick climb into the upper 70's. scattered showers and thundershowers this afternoon, stray rumbles of thunder. we could see a few downpours this afternoon in some of the stronger storms trade we take a look at the work we cool down, coming up. thema: thank you, sally. new this morning, we are learningor shooting in washington state. overnight, police released his name and mug shot. this is 20-year-old arcan cetin. he was taken into custody last night in oak harbor, washington. that's about 30 miles away from the mall in burlington, washington, where police say he opened fire on friday night, killing five people. according to police, surveillance video shows cetin had walked into the macy's store unarmed about 10 minutes before the shooting. police believe he went back to his car to get a rifle.
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last night. >> he said nothing. he was kind of zombie-like, is the best i can describe. he did not have a weapon with him. he had a leather satchel. it appeared to be a computer inside the bag. thema: the mall is closed this morning. "the seattle times" is reporting that one of the victims was a 16-year-old girl who had been out shopping with her mother and sister. figured out a motive for the shootings. wisn 12 news time is 7:03. we are counting down to kickoff. the green bay packers home opener is today at noon against the detroit lions. quite a few players won't be suiting up for the pack. their latest injury report shows clay matthews, morgan burnett, and sam shields have been ruled out. letroy guion and datone jones have been downgraded to
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rodgers threw against the lions was a hail mary. on the final play of the game at ford field, rodgers to richard rodgers for the game winning touchdown. the packers quarterback was asked about that play earlier this week. aaron rodgers: once i got outside and we got some good blocks, i could get to the end zone and was trying to throw it as high as possible. given that we were a little bit gassed having a couple long drives in the fourth quarter, and then being back on the field at the end of the game, we just want to make sure they had time to get down there. after rich caught it, it was a just blackout wave of emotion. thema: the team is issuing a warning for fans after reports of counterfeit tickets for today's game have been found circulating through unauthorized groups. the packers say they dealt with this issue during the wisconsin, lsu game at lambeau field. some fans were denied access to the stadium because they had
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don't get scammed. avoid free online marketplaces that ask buyers to arrange to pay for tickets in person. these are often counterfeit. buy tickets through official team sources and partners like nfl ticket exchange. it's the only resale ticket marketplace authorized by the team. do your homework. research unofficial sources to see if they are legit. pay with a credit card. charges can be disputed. and remember, if it seems too good to be true, it probably is. the badgers perfect season continues with a huge upset on the road over eighth ranked michigan state. redshirt freshman quarterback alex hornibrook made his first start yesterday in east lansing. at the half, the badgers had a seven point lead. the badger defense played great against state. in the third quarter, the hit on running back l.j. scott makes
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scoops it up and heads the other way. check out his spin move along the way. a 66 yard fumble return to the endzone. badgers win 30-6. it was their first win at michigan state since 2002. >> very proud today of how the kids played and battled. so often we talk about, you and you just got to keep playing and i thought they did that, and did it together. thema: today is the last brewers game at miller park for the season. it's the give-back game. all ticket proceeds will be donated to one of four charities, the wisconsin humane society, the boys and girls club of greater milwaukee, the macc fund, and make a wish wisconsin.
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charity of your choice in exchange for a ticket. the organization with most tickets sold will get an extra $50,000. as always, on sundays, kids under 16-years-old can run the bases after the game. first pitch against the cincinnati reds is at 1:10. later today, local bands will take part in the "concert across america to end gun violence." the show is at 6:30 tonight at company brewing in milwaukee. the concert will benefit the wisconsin anti-violence effort, or wave, educational fund. more than 1000 artists nationally are taking part in event, including eddie vedder of pearl jam and roseanne cash. they're headlining a show in new york city. we have more information under the "on tv" section of wisn.com. "beware the slenderman" hits the big screen at the milwaukee film festival. the hbo documentary follows the real-life case of two waukesha girls accused of stabbing their friend. they say it was to please a fictional online character called slender man. the filmmakers reportedly had 18 months of exclusive access to the families involved. wisn 12 news ben hutchison went
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ben: out of the hundreds of movies showing during the milwaukee film festival, "beware the slenderman" is getting a lot of attention -- focusing on what took place in waukesha back in 2014. the film's director says this screening was special. irene taylor brodsky: this is hitting very close to home in the theater today. ben: over the past two years, irene taylor brodsky developed a relationship with the families of morgan geyser and anissa weier, the girls just -y lured their friend into a wooded area in waukesha, before stabbing her -- then leaving her to die. irene taylor brodsky: they didn't have in real life a large circle of friends. the internet provided for them a strong sense of community and camaraderie. ben: the documentary outlines their obsession with slenderman -- and their fear the fictional character would hurt their loved ones if they didn't follow his directions. ruth beyer: makes us think a lot about the screen time we give our kids and how that can factor
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ben: nick and ruth beyer attended the screening. they've been following the case since the beginning. nick beyer: brings it more to the forefront that they were just kids when it happened. you gotta see it both ways. ben: another focus, police interviews, court proceedings -- and examining the mental health of geyser and weier. mark conner: they seem like troubled girls. they seem detached. i think that should all be taken into account when they're being tried as adults in a court of law. ben: mark conner says the documentary offers more clarity surrounding the situation. mark conner: it's kind of nice to have a little context for why they acted the way they did instead of just, you know, thinking of them as demon children. ben: anissa weier's father was at the screening today, but wasn't made available for an interview. the documentary releases on hbo in january. on milwaukee's east side, ben hutchison, wisn 12 news. thema: there's another screening at 2:00 this afternoon. the family of the victim did not take part in the documentary. geyser and weier are due in court next month.
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-- wisn 12 news time is 7:09. a birthday celebration 175 years in the making. how you can join in the festivities later today. plus, new images of the extent of heavy floods to our west. how families are coping with the high water still lingering in their towns. and meteorologist sally severson is in the weather forecast. sally: i'm evere a little bit of a sunny start, and then a change to a stormy showery finish. i was ready when the rain begins to fall today. -- i will show you when the rain begins to fall. you're watching wisn 12 news this morning. >> like, comment, and share with the news team you trust. like wisn 12 news on facebook
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thema: welcome back to wisn 12 news this morning. you're taking a live look outside. check out this drone footage of the flood damage in vernon county in western wisconsin. that county and 12 others have been declared disaster areas by governor scott walker, following days of heavy rains. the governor toured the area
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governor walker: one of the things we want to stress and a time like this is after we deal with safety and those issues, first and foremost, is working with your county emergency management personnel, letting people know, documenting the damages. thema: the governor is hoping to secure a presidential disaster declaration, so families can get federal help to repair their homes and businesses. a pewaukee church turns gold, not for the green and gold, but for a 4-year-old-boy battling cancer. they are hoping more people wear start wearing gold in honor of their son, and all children battling cancer. wednesday's mass at saint anthony on the lake catholic church in pewaukee is the "g-9 mass." everyone wears gold to show their support for "gold in september," a national effort to raise awareness of childhood cancer. father tony zimmer: they need to know that there's a community, a
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them, and what can we do to support them. thema: families like the hansen's. 4-year-old eli has a rare form of childhood cancer. jamie hansen: it's very hard to watch your child suffer and know all of the things he's about to undergo. thema: eli's mother jaime shared his cancer journey during the mass. showing what she says is the real picture of cancer. jamie hansen: too often i think people um see smiling faced, bald headed little kids, and you know what our kids are so tough and they are so resilient, but they go through so m the real story. thema: along with eli, jamie and chris hansen have five children, including a six month old. chris hansen: they understand what eli's going through and we understand it's tough on them, but they've been, they've been awesome through it all. thema: and in a show of support for other children and families, a gold balloon release. a way to send up prayers for people in this community and beyond.
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family has encountered this disease. eli's mother successfully battled cancer in 2013. him and later today, saint paul's lutheran church in milwaukee is holding a 175th anniversary service. the church was founded on september 26, 1841, when german settlers fled religious persecution and moved to wisconsin. today's celebration is open to the public. it's at 10:00 at the church on wisconsin and 28th. also later today, the restored a saint stanislaus catholic church on milwaukee's south side. the church is marking its 150th anniversary this weekend. you're invited to today's mass. it begins at 10:00 this morning. the church is on fifth and mitchell. happening now, runners are preparing for the citizen -- susan g. komen race for the
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this is a live look at the route the begins and ends near the milwaukee art museum. the race raises money to fight breast cancer. a survivor breakfast goes until 8:00. you still have time to register. the race starts at 9:15 this morning. season short sleeves out there, nice conditions for the race. sally: absolutely perfect. we are driving the morning and the prerace breakfast and the after celebration all of dry to me. the clouds will fill in the 60's. honorably low 70's by the noon hour. gradually becoming cloudy for this morning. it is a touch on the humid side for the runners as well. we haven't forgotten about the packer game either. grab your rain gear, i do anticipate showers and a few thundershowers over all of central and eastern wisconsin,
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the low 70's overall. i don't expect and all game rain, but i do anticipate chances for showers. the control be the focus, you can see clouds are filling into the eastern part of the state. several dry hours today with better chances for rain and storms to develop with that cool front. six to seven at the airport and skies are mostly cloudy. wind is southeast at nine and dew point imager and to the low 60's. clouds are already filling in. if we are able to keep around a good amount of sunshine this morning and into the early afternoon, we stand a better chance for some stronger storms. the clouds are making a pretty fair come back. storm chances this afternoon become a little more slim. scattered showers and a stray rumblings possible for us. our primary concern will be the potential for locally heavy rainfall.
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your planner for today, you can plan on readings the climbed to around 77 degrees. showers around earlier for us tonight, overnight lows in the 50's. for your monday, partly to mostly cloudy skies, warm and breezy. you can see a mostly cloudy sky and the east, i still think we get son around this morning. showers and thundershowers rolling across the north, but we get into 2:00 and we are starting to see a couple of thundershowers firing vicinity of madison and just to the west. i don't expect a lot the way of severe weather for this afternoon, more than anything, a stray rumble of thunder and maybe a brief downpour two. once the cool front passes, 9:00 tonight, the wind will shift out of the west and is going to allow for a much cooler air mass to settle in. with tool air -- with cooler air aloft in the atmosphere, clouds be stubborn for tomorrow. our model paints a little sunshine in the morning and
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more prevalent tomorrow with chilly air that's in place. gusty west wind as well, 15 to 20 miles an hour. a real change in the forecast from today to tomorrow. 77 for today, showers and a few storms possible this afternoon. 57 for tonight with mid 60's, tuesday, and wednesday with a partly the most of cloudy sky. thema: thank you, sally. wisn 12 news time is 7:20. families give up texti f down the phone. and later, political heavy hitters come to wisconsin to stump for hillary clinton. the democrats in milwaukee today, plus, we check in on the preparations for donald trump's
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thema: welcome back. happening now -- runners are getting ready for the susan g. komen race for the cure. this is a live look near the start line near the milwaukee art museum. the race raises money to fight breast cancer. a survivor breakfast goes until 8:00. you still have time to register. the race starts at 9:15 this morning. you this morning it's time to , celebrate batman, superman, and your other favorite comic
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day. the first real comic book as we know it is believed to be "famous funnies" -- published in the u.s. in 1933. many comic book stores around the country are hosting sales, giveaways, and free events. readers are taking to social media to celebrate using the hashtag "national comic book day." by the way, "free comic book day" is celebrated in may. we're all being encouraged to stop texting and start talking. two new york women are challenging families to take they want people to unplug and focus on having face to face conversations. the movement is all about connecting with one another and ourselves in the present moment, without simultaneously texting someone else. there's a pledge you can take online. the website also includes ideas of things you can do instead of texting, like host a dinner
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stories you're talking about this morning. keep sharing with us. you can follow wisn 12 news on facebook, twitter and instagram. wisn 12 news time is 7:25. stacks of cash inside a pizza box. the woman who found the money, returned it. the reward she's now getting for her honesty. thema: and here's k outside as we head to break. some sun and clouds. you know when you need the umbrella today. >> take a twitter timeout and connect with the wisn 12 news team.
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>> now on wisn 12 news. thema: good morning, and welcome to wisn 12 news this morning. thank you for starting this sunday, september 25 with us. we get things started by
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the weather center. good morning, sally. sally: good morning, thema. ranging from 63 in waukesha to 67 and mitchell international. we are on our way to highs the region to the mid-to upper 70's. it's a warm and somewhat humid start. as a look at the combo settling radar. clouds continuing to fill in with a real mix of sun and clouds this morning. with the emphasis on the clouds especially by late morning into the early afternoon. rain across minnesota and iowa and into western wisconsin. front that will pass for us this afternoon. temperatures for today reach to around 77 degrees. we see showers and storms develop with that cool front. we could see a few downpours and isolated stronger storms. showers turn off pretty quick for tonight, at least overnight lows around 57. for tomorrow, partly to mostly cloudy and breezy. gusty west wind 15 to 25 miles
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you may be zipping your fleece tomorrow morning. thema: thank you, sally. you can track the forecast on-the-go this weekend with our free app. use the interactive radar to see when and where the rain will fall. we'll also send any severe weather alerts right to your cell phone. this morning, the manhunt is over for the suspected gunman who opened fire at a washington state mall, killing five people. police made the arrest last rampage. there's still no word on a motive abc's neal karlinksy explains how a series of tips led up to the capture. >> about 6:30 tonight, we arrested a 20-year-old oak harbor man. neal: a mass murderer, caught on camera. now also captured by police. >> his name is arcan cetin. neal: investigators arresting a suspect in the murders of five people inside a washington mall. surveillance stills providing key evidence in the massive manhunt to find him. lt. mike hawley: i saw an
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recognized that as the person i'd just viewed on my computer. i did an abrupt turn, hit my lights, pulled my gun, and myself and reserve deputy eric rombough took the individual into custody. joe zavala: what i saw was that there was a gunman holding a rifle shooting, and he saw me and i took off running. neal: joe zavala and his wife were inside macy's when chaos broke out in the makeup department. they not only saw the gunman, but the victims too. joe zavala: i found two ladies one was face down, pool of blood, on the ground. there was another lady right next to her. i checked for a pulse and she didn't have any. neal: four women and one man all died. mayor steve sexton: that was us in that mall last night. any one of us at any time. and it changed those families forever. we need to keep them in our prayers. it changed our community i'm
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neal: neal karlinsky, abc news, burlington, washington. thema: overnight, protests in charlotte, north carolina continued for the fifth night. demonstrators took to the streets just hours after the police chief's decision to release video of officers shooting and killing keith lamont scott. dash cam and body camera video recorded the final moments of the deadly standoff. police say scott was armed with this gun pictured at the scene. witnesses dispute that claim. the video does not clearly show if scott was armed. the shooting is still under investigation. in commitment 2016 coverage now, early voting for the november election begins tomorrow in the city of milwaukee. residents can cast their ballots on weekdays between 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. at the zeidler
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two more locations will be added in the middle of next month. tomorrow's start is just for the city of milwaukee. it's up to local communities to set their early voting times. the mayor of new york city is in milwaukee today to encourage early voting and also campaign on democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton's behalf. bill de blasio and his wife will attend services at two church's later today. later this week, clinton's daughter chelsea will campaign in the green bay area. republican nominee donald trump will be in waukesha on wednesday. he'll hold a rally at the waukesha county wisconsin since the middle of august. the race between clinton and trump is essentially a dead heat this morning. that's according to the latest abc news, washington post poll. 46% of likely voters say they'd vote for clinton. that's two points ahead of trump. 47% believe clinton will win the first presidential debate. according to the poll, 84% of americans plan to watch the debate. the first presidential debate is tomorrow.
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off at hofstra university in new york. you can watch it live right here on wisn 12. abc news' live coverage starts at 8:00. milwaukee's mayor will present his next budget tomorrow, and it'll have money for new police officers. mike gousha sits down with mayor tom barrett, this morning on "upfront." mike: mayor tom barrett is working on public safety initiatives. how many police officers does he hope to add? and after last month's violent unrest in sherman park, what's his take on police community relations? i'll ask him this morning on "upfront." i'll also be talking to the conservative alternative in the race for president -- evan mcmullin. who is he, and why is running? it's all coming up this morning at 9:00, right here on "upfront." thema: this morning, three people are recovering at the hospital from serious burns. several people were sitting by a fire pit in germantown early yesterday morning when someone poured gasoline in it.
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burned. they tried to drive themselves to the hospital, but crashed into a street sign. they then went to the mcdonald's on county line road for help. flight for life took one woman to saint mary's burn center -- an ambulance took the other. a man tried to help put out the fire on one of the women and was also badly burned. millions of dollars in damage is left behind after flooding across western wisconsin this week. yesterday governor scott walker toured areas hit the hardest by torrential rains. a precautionary flash flood counties under a state of emergency. dozens of roads are still closed due to high waters in places like clark and vernon counties. the flooding is blamed for two deaths. right now, parts of eastern iowa are bracing for more flooding. volunteers are preparing by putting together sandbags. roads, baseball fields, and cemeteries are all underwater this morning. homes and businesses in several towns along the cedar river are being evacuated.
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counties. the governor is also activating the national guard to help people deal with the flooding. a man risked his life fighting raging floodwaters to help save a deer. the deer got swept away after falling into the cedar river. a man jumped in and pulled it to safety. the deer is doing ok this morning and was eventually released to the wild. more than 40 former packers players are back in green bay for the weekend. it's the annual alumni game. it's part of today's home opener at lambeau against the detroit lions. several packers hall of famers and former players will be featured during halftime. today's game against the lions kicks off at noon. we turn now to our weather. meteorologist sally severson with your forecast. sally: a quick warm-up today with highs in the mid to upper 70's. it feels a lot more like fall for your work week.
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>> leading the way with important local coverage, you're watching wisn 12 news this morning, with thema ponton and weather watch 12 meteorologist jeremy nelson. wisn 12 news this morning continues. thema: welcome back to wisn 12 news this morning. 25. they are getting ready for the susan g. komen race for the cure and the fight against breast cancer. will bring you live interviews, coming up. keeping an eye on the weather conditions, this choppy water on lake michigan. sally: breezy southeast wind ahead of a cool front. i focused our sheboygan camera is mounted a blue harbor on sheboygan. you can see a fairly robust ways
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fishing on the south shore. sort of mix of sun and clouds in sheboygan at this hour. consumers also a fishing boat that looks like it's inside the breakwater as well. looking at breezy south wind and a warm up for today. it's already 66 degrees at sheboygan and taking a look at the combo satellite and radar, we do have a few clouds as they continue to fill in. dry in the east but showers to the west in your rain timeline foda morning sunshine gives a way to mostly cloudy sky and we climbed in the 60's and into the 70's and quickly warm-up. i think 75 to 77 degrees for today. showers and storms will develop as a cold front gets closer. most likely the windows after 2:00 and done by about 7:00 tonight. the couple storms may have some downforce associated with them. but i do not anticipate a widespread outbreak of severe weather. thema: thank you, sally.
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national museum of african american history and culture. president obama made it official at a ceremony yesterday. he was joined by former president george w. bush and several other dignitaries and celebrities. abc's karen travers gives us a look inside, and what it means for so americans. karen: it's an historic moment, more than a century in the making. the national museum of african american history and culture, opens at a time when the nation is grappling with big questions about racial equality. president obama: it is a complicated story here -- messy, needs to be told now more than ever. this museum offers context for the debates of our times. karen: the goal of the museum is to look back, and learn lessons to take forward. lonnie bunch iii: while america
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had to find the joy, the hope, the resiliency, the spirituality. karen: visitors begin in the basement and make their way through exhibits that tell a story that takes place over 400 years. clifton kinnie: as i was walking through i saw shackles, i saw auction blocks and a few tears came down my face. karen: more than 3,000 artifacts are on display. president obama: i imagine holding a little hand, tell them the stories that are enshrined here. together, we'll learn about ourselves as americans. we'll walk away that much more in love with this country. the only place on earth where this story could have unfolded. karen: the museum is now officially opened, but if you are hoping to come to d.c. and see it, you're going to have to wait. in order to prevent long lines because of the heavy interest, the museum is distributing
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the next available tickets are for the first week in december. karen travers, abc news, washington. thema: a little girl in maryland is being called a hero after making a life-saving phone call. last month, 8-year-old a'nasia and her mom were at home, when she noticed her mom's face starting to twitch. luckily, the girl recently looked up the word "stroke" and had a hunch that was what she was witnessing. so the 8-year-old calmly called 911. recording of that call for the first time. a'nasia: hello? dispatcher: hello. 911. do you have an emergency? a'nasia: i am in the house with my mom, and i think she's having a stroke now. a'nasia: all i remember is her face twitching. dispatcher: and why do you think she is having a stroke? a'nasia: um, because her face is turning to the right.
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recovering after getting medical attention. her daughter is getting an award from the local police department. well-deserved. a woman in california ordering a pizza got a little more than she bargained for. the woman says she ordered a side bread sticks, but got a different type of "dough." she found thousands of dollars in cold hard cash inside the box. the woman got in touch with the store's owner to return the money. she's getting free pizza for a year and a week off of work for her honesty. wisn 12 news time is 7:45. it's officially the first weekend of fall and there are plenty of activities across the area. harvest fair wraps up later today at state fair park in west allis. family activities include pumpkin bowling and scarecrow making.
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admission is free. also at state fair park, maker faire. it's the last day for the event, which features more than 100 makers who will demonstrate 3d printing, robotics, alternative energy, and more. the free event also offers hands-on workshops. another seasonal favorite is back this weekend. fright fest is underway at six flags great american in gurnee, illinois. there are some new activities this year -- including two new haunted houses. weekends through halloween. right now, milwaukee's lakefront is on it's way to becoming a sea of pink. today is the "susan g. komen race for the cure" along milwaukee's lakefront. we're joined now by race chair nicole dermer with more on what's happening this morning. good morning. >> good morning. thema: you guys have a lot of activity out there this morning. but still time for people registered to take part. >> we have registration until 9:00 a.m., right front of the art museum.
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what it means not only for the people participating, but also for the cause he were trying to bring attention to. >> absolutely. this is the susan g. komen southeast wisconsin largest fundraiser by far. 75% of the funds raised today will stay right here in the local community. they are used to fund research, health programming, education, and additional services for men and women who were diagnosed with breast cancer in southeast wi events you have going on in addition to the race and the walk? >> some great events out here. there's a team tailgate area above the garage where much of teams are joining and doing a typical wisconsin tailgate experience. there's a kids like your area that has arts and crafts and games and the kids dash. it will sponsor area and activity tents with different handouts and contests.
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thank you for your time this morning. we will let you get to work. they are busy behind you at the lakefront. again, the race for the cure is this morning at 9:00 along milwaukee's lakefront. registration is still open until 9:00. you have time to get down there are registration you can take part for the race that starts at 9:00. anyone heading outs deter you from going outside. sally: if you have extra energy and he would like to take this, you have an hour and 10 minutes to register before 9:00. clouds will be on the increase, but i think it's drive for the race and the walk. we will see that increase in clouds, it's a little bit humid, temperatures currently in the 60's and the dew point temperatures are in the 60's. any of the after celebrations will stay dry as the rain holds off.
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blue harbor in sheboygan. you can see someone doing some fishing on the south shore. on these breakwaters, you enter your own risk. you can see breezy south wind kicking up quite a stir -- quite a surf near lake michigan. tim to showing up in the mid-60's, 65 brookfield and oconomowoc. greenfield 65 along with a view and cudahy. we warm into the upper 70's for today. it's a warm and humid start at least for late september. it will like september and fall starting tomorrow. clouds are making a comeback for us early this morning. they are out and well ahead of a cool front that is situated just to our west. showers and a couple thundershowers fire across minnesota. there are a number of flood watch is in place for portions of western and south-central wisconsin. no advisories anywhere in the channels will viewing area. a cool front come through for us this afternoon. and with it, a little bit of daytime heating. we could get a couple stronger
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but for the most part we are looking at more scattered areas of rain with a few rumbles of thunder. this is at noon, we are still dry in the east and also in the south. that cool for a western medicine by 2:00, and with a little bit of that heating is indeed starting to fire a couple thundershowers. this is not going to be severe for the most part, but we could see and i slated stronger storm. if you scattered areas of rain, and also dry areas as well. this isn't going to be a big widespread rain event. is pretty much out of here. i anticipate a fairly abrupt change in the wind. we see one from the southeast go to the west, maybe even northwest as that cool front passes. our model puts sunshine in place tomorrow, i think with cool air aloft were looking at more of a mix of sun and clouds for tomorrow. it will be windy weather gusty west wind 15 to 20 miles an hour. gus to about 30 miles hour for tomorrow. that will have use of big of a jacket.
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afternoon with 77 degrees and 57 for tonight. 66 for tomorrow, breezy west wind overall. keep the highs tuesday and wednesday in the mid-60's with a mix of sun and clouds before we start to see warmer air arrive towards the end of the week. thema: thank you, sally. wisn 12 news time is 7:51. up next -- cuteness alert. we'll introduce you to our pet of the week who is looking for a new home, here in southeast wisconsin. stay with us. you're watching wisn 12 news
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thema: welcome back to wisn 12 news this morning. outside at 7:54. you see someone on the break wall, sally severson talking about robust waters on lake michigan. we will get a look at the forecast we come back. right now it's time for our pet , of the week. the wisconsin humane society is here with a pet in need of a new home.
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it morning. -- good morning. trooper is a typical puppy having fun this morning. gisela: he is a sweet boy. a four month old male, he's been neutered, microchipped, and vaccinated. a slow start to his morning. but now he is perking up and loving it here. he is a really sweet boy, with a lovely brindle coat, freckles on his nose, white tips on his copy wants to play and love you up very -- a puppy who wants to play and love you up. thema: you always have animals who want to find homes. gisela: we have a wonderful opportunity this month. people may not another we receive no government funding, we are not part of a national organization. we serve milwaukee, racine county, ozaukee county. we really rely on donations from
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we've a marvelous opportunity this month. if you give any kind of contribution, we have some wonderful people who will match that. it's two-for-one. if you do 15, the humane society will get 30 and that helps us vaccinate six animals. we can adopt out 10,000 animals in year, so it's a wonderful organization and we appreciate this of word of our community. thema: gisela and trooper, thank you. if you are interested in adng pet -- you can go to the wisconsin humane society's milwaukee branch at 4500 west wisconsin avenue. we have more information posted on our website, wisn.com. still ahead, a sure sign summer is officially over. the brewers last game is this afternoon. why buying a ticket can help
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texting and driving. but now there's a new pledge to put down the phone. why it's less about safety, and more about building relationships. stay with us, you're watching wisn 12 news this morning. >> before you hit the road, check traffic watch 12 conditions with the wisn 12
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[captioning made possible by wisn-tv] [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] >> now on wisn 12 news. thema: right now on wisn 12 news this morning -- ready, set, race for the cure. milwaukee's lakefront turns pink for the susan g. komen race for the cure. how you can still sign up and the roads that will be blocked today for the events. plus, we're counting down to opening day of packers football at lambeau field. criminals are hoping to cash in on the packers home opener. what you need to know so you don't get scammed. first, a live look outside on this sunday morning. a look from sheboygan, choppy waters there on lake michigan. you can see someone out there catching the water from those waves. we are going to let you know there's going to be any severe
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good morning, and welcome to wisn 12 news this morning. it's 8:00 a.m. on this sunday, september 25. meteorologist sally severson is in the weather center. as her take a look at miller park, the roof is open today, soaking up the morning sun and clouds for the game today. sally: maybe even a stray shower into the afternoon. the we do anticipate we're looking at guys gradually becoming cloudy with showers possible this afternoon, right now, the camera mounted at weeks of industries as we take aoo at mitchell international airport on the wind is southeast and 14. 68 over 62, warm and mild this morning. clouds are beginning to fill in for us, well in advance of a cold front. not cool for it will be enough to trigger a couple showers this afternoon. right now, 68 and mostly cloudy at the airport. as we look at your forecast for today, this morning at the cloudy come back and we stay dry. we get out of the 60's and easily into the 70's. scattered showers and a couple stray rumbles of thunder. you might even see it down
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thema: thank you, sally. new this morning, we are learning more about the suspected gunman in the mall shooting in washington state. overnight, police released his name and mug shot. this is 20-year-old arcan cetin. he was taken into custody last night in oak harbor, washington. that's about 30 miles away from the mall in burlington, washington, where police say he opened fire on friday night, killing five people. according to polic surveillance video shows cetin had walked into the macy's store unarmed about 10 minutes before the shooting. police believe he went back to his car to get a rifle. investigators say an officer spotted cetin walking around last night. >> he said nothing. he was kind of zombie-like, is the best i can describe. he did not have a weapon with him. he had a leather satchel. it appeared to be a computer inside the bag.
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morning. "the seattle times" is reporting that one of the victims was a 16-year-old girl who had been out shopping with her mother and sister. investigators still haven't figured out a motive for the shootings. wisn 12 news time is 8:03. we are counting down to kickoff. the green bay packers home opener is today at noon against the detroit lions. quite a few players won't be suiting up for the pack. their latest injury report shows clay matthews, morgan burnett, and sam shields have been ruled out. letroy g a have been downgraded to doubtful. meanwhile, the last pass aaron rodgers threw against the lions was a hail mary. on the final play of the game at ford field, rodgers to richard rodgers for the game winning touchdown. the packers quarterback was asked about that play earlier this week. aaron rodgers: once i got outside and we got some good blocks, i could get to the end
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as high as possible. given that we were a little bit gassed having a couple long drives in the fourth quarter, and then being back on the field at the end of the game, we just want to make sure they had time to get down there. after rich caught it, it was a just blackout wave of emotion. thema: the team is issuing a warning for fans after reports of counterfeit tickets for today's game have been found circulating through unauthorized re-sellers. the packers sa lsu game at lambeau field. some fans were denied access to the stadium because they had counterfeit tickets. the team has some advice so you don't get scammed. avoid free online marketplaces that ask buyers to arrange to pay for tickets in person. these are often counterfeit. buy tickets through official team sources and partners like nfl ticket exchange. it's the only resale ticket
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team. do your homework. research unofficial sources to see if they are legit. pay with a credit card. charges can be disputed. and remember, if it seems too good to be true, it probably is. one couple has their tickets and are traveling more than 200 miles in a horse and buggy to see the packers play. tomah residents bob and maren retzlaff, and their dog, hope to make it in time for kick off. maren painted the packer buggy herself -- she says her inspiration comes from all the sights they see on the country roads. pulling their buggy is their horse "rich," a former racehorse. the couple has been traveling to packers games by horse and buggy for 15 years, rich has pulled them the last six. you have probably seen the method games. the badgers perfect season continues with a huge upset on the road over eighth ranked michigan state. redshirt freshman quarterback alex hornibrook made his first
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at the half, the badgers had a seven point lead. the badger defense played great against state. in the third quarter, the hit on running back l.j. scott makes him cough up the ball, leo musso scoops it up and heads the other way. check out his spin move along the way. a 66 yard fumble return to the endzone. badgers win 30-6. it was their first win at >> very proud today of how the -- we go to baseball now. today is the last brewers game at miller park for the season. it's the give-back game. all ticket proceeds will be donated to one of four charities, the wisconsin humane society, the boys and girls club of greater milwaukee, the macc fund, and make a wish wisconsin. you can donate $10 to the charity of your choice in exchange for a ticket. the organization with most tickets sold will get an extra
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bases after the game. first pitch against the cincinnati reds is at 1:10. "beware the slenderman" hits the big screen at the milwaukee film festival. the hbo documentary follows the real-life case of two waukesha girls accused of stabbing their friend. they say it was to please a fictional online character called slender man. the filmmakers reportedly had 18 months of exclusive access to the families involved. take part in the documentary. geyser and weier are due in court next month. there's a of the documentary screening at 2:00 this afternoon at the oriental theater in milwaukee. premiering tonight at the milwaukee film festival -- "there are jews here," a movie produced and directed by milwaukee area filmmaker brad lichtenstein. the movie follows four jewish communities as families work to keep their faith and culture
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the film plays tonight at 8:00 at the oriental theatre. afterwards there will be a question and answer session with the film's directors. happening now -- runners are preparing for the susan g. komen race for the cure. here is a look at the race route. it begins and ends in front of the milwaukee art museum. lincoln memorial drive is closed right now between the summerfest grounds and lagoon drive. the course also covers jefferson and van buren streets in downtown. this is lioo museum as the preparations are underway. the race raises money to fight breast cancer. the race starts at 9:15 this morning. later today, saint paul's lutheran church in milwaukee is holding a 175th anniversary service. the church was founded on september 26, 1841, when german settlers fled religious persecution and moved to wisconsin. today's celebration is open to
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it's at 10:00 at the church on wisconsin and 28th. also later today, the restored main altar will be blessed at saint stanislaus catholic church on milwaukee's south side. the church is marking its 150th anniversary this weekend. you're invited to today's mass. it begins at 10:00 this morning. the church is on fifth and mitchell. we turn now to weather watch 12. let's check back in with meteorologist sally severson in the weather center. good morning, sal. sally: prettiest part of the day will be this morning. i'll shoyo rumbles this afternoon. thema: thank you, sally. families give up texting for an entire weekend. details in the pledge to put down the phone. stay with us. you're watching wisn 12 news
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thema:8:12 on this sunday morning. check out this drone footage of the flood damage in vernon county in western wisconsin. that county and 12 others have been declared disaster areas by governor scott walker, following days of heavy rains. the flooding is being blamed for
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the governor toured the area yesterday. governor walker: one of the things we want to stress and a time like this is after we deal with safety and those issues, first and foremost, is working with your county emergency management personnel, letting people know, documenting the damages. thema: the governor is hoping to secure a presidential disaster declaration, so families can get federal help to repair their homes and businesses. september is national recovery month across wisconsin. this month is gn understand how to help others struggling with addiction. morning, i am joined by jeff schroeder, an addiction counselor from rogers memorial hospital. good morning. thanks for joining us this morning. jeff: thank you for having me. thema: this is a topic that's been in the forefront of a lot of conversations recently. jeff: there's been lots of discussion about helping the person who is suffering from
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of all the debts that are taking place. -- all of the deaths that are taking place. thema: what do you look for? jeff: there's little changes that take place in the beginning. that's when he want to intervene come at the beginning. if you are starting to see someone's attitude change, maybe they are avoiding family or friends, maybe they have changed their circle of friends. changed, maybe they're getting reprimanded at work or just not being able to get the job done. these are not always the size of addiction, but they are keys that we need to start talking to that person. what's going on? what's changed in your life? we may find they are drinking
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using opiates, something may come to the surface. thema: what can we do to help them get treatment? jeff: talk to them openly, don't judge. if you get to the point where you feel like they're not listening to you, reach out to some professionals. call them for help and assistance on how to deal with your loved one and get them the help they need. thema: the no judgment is important, it is an addiction and other side for people to realize that is what is. jeff: i worked with a lot of people in one of the main things they say to me is that i have been judged all my life. and now, i'm sick and i need help, i don't need to be judged more. i just want to get well. thema: thank you for your time and the information. we do appreciate it. we will put this information on wisn.com if you would like to
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the weather and meteorologist sally severson keep an eye on our forecast. sally: tenders's early this morning very comfortable across southern wisconsin. and susan g. komen, one of the big things going on for today. temperatures climb out of the 60's and into the 70's. a little on the humid side of the susan g. komen run, especially for this morning. if you are rolling up to green bay for the packers gami the 70's, but take a long raingear. certainly a chance for a few showers and storms as the game progresses. here's a look at the camera mounted in sheboygan blue harbor beach you can see southeast breezes overall, it's already 66 degrees at sheboygan. fairly gusty southeast wind is pushing some of those waves up and over the breakwaters. clouds are filling in for us as well. we put together a nice dry
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storms. you can see some of the rain lining up in western wisconsin and across minnesota and iowa. no showers associate with a cool front that will pass through for us is afternoon. head of the cool front, a nice warm up with temperatures that will easily climb into the mid to upper 70's. between now and 1:00, morning sunshine. it's kind of hazy right now, morning sun giving way to mostly cloudy skies trade we see a fairly rapid warm-up and we should reach the mid to upper 70's by early afterno develop. i think the primary concern would be the development of locally heavy rainfall. i do not anticipate it widespread outbreak of severe weather. clouds are moving in pretty quickly and i will help to limit severe potential to some degree. temperatures statewide, 60 are better. 60 rhinelander and point, pushing 70 lacrosse. 68 degrees at mitchell international. showers and such to our west, pivoting to the northwoods for this morning.
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we started popping couple of showers, especially after 2:00. we are getting a little heating going during the day today, but you can see we have lots in the way of drive space. also some of the spotty showers and storms are beginning to pop around 4:00. a cool front sales through late afternoon in its wake, mostly cloudy skies and a breezy west wind as well. our model get some sunshine in place, i think with chilly air aloft in the atmosphere, we will be cloudy for much of the day tomorrow. and clouds on breezy west wind, 15 to 25 miles per hour. we are looking at a pretty big breeze for tomorrow. for today, i will temperatures at around 77 degrees. showers and storms most likely after 2:00 and certainly done before 7:00 or so. overnight, mostly cloudy skies with lows around 57. 66 on deck tomorrow, austria west wind at 15 to 20 miles an hour, occasionally gusting to 30.
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tuesday and wednesday with a fair amount of cloudiness around. thema: thank you, sally. 18 minutes after the hour right now, in the milwaukee lakefront has gone pink for the susan g. komen race for the cure the gets underway in about an hour. this morning, we are joined by nikki panico, executive director of susan g. komen of southeast wisconsin. good morning. you have a lotf this race, talk about what this means for the organization in wisconsin. >> the races huge, is our largest fundraiser. the money we raise here will allow us to provide services to men and women in southeast wisconsin, in addition to funding for national research. thema: you are not just out there as the executive director of the organization. you also know personally what a lot of people out there are going through with their cancer journey.
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breast cancer, i know for the people here who are honoring loved ones lost, just what that means. as well for the survivors, this is a powerful moment of celebration. thema: for people who want to take part this morning, i know it's about 20 minutes after the hour now in you as a getting started, but still a chance for people to come down and register. >> absolutely. all the roads are not close, there are still exits down here and we are taking registration until 9:00. the money for registration does help save a life. it helps us provide services and financial assistance to those diagnosed. so come on down. thema: plenty of time to people condemn take part. we appreciate your time this morning. >> thank you so much. thema: absolutely.
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, the critters of the schlitz audubon nature center. we are learning about their fall festival and all the critters that are out there, coming up. and later, political heavy hitters come to wisconsin to stump for hillary clinton. the democrats in milwaukee today, plus we check in on the preparations for donald trump's
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thema: new on wisn 12 this weekend, , we're all being encouraged to stop texting and start talking. two new york women are challenging families to take part in "no text weekend." they want people to unplug and focus on having face to face conversations. the me connecting with one another and ourselves in the present moment, without simultaneously texting someone else. good luck with that. we are looking ahead to the schiltz audubon nature center's fall festival. joining me now is jim hyatt, family programs manager. with all the details about what's happening out there. jim: good morning. toni: -- thema: thanks for joining us. animals are part of the fall festival.
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going to have birds of prey. your favorite snakes out. horse-drawn wagon rides, we are going to have pumpkin bowling. it should be interesting. we have native american hoop dancers doing a presentation, the dnr is doing a few facts presentations. disc golf, all kinds of things were families. thema: you said people had their favorite snakes. is that a thing? jim: some people want to see a specific snake. thema: all right. is? jim: podrick. someone left him and where game of thrones fan. thema: we don't think that's the direction he's going to go in? he's a gentle, quiet turtle. >> we don't know. we've only had them a few days. thema: you are invited to the fall festival. we have put a link with more information on wisn.com.
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it is also on the free wisn 12 news mobile app. how about this -- stacks of cash inside a pizza box. the woman who found the money, returned it. the reward she's now getting for her honesty. and here's a live look at the start line for the susan g. komen race for the cure. the race starts in less than an hour. we are talking next with a breast cancer survivor on the rt
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thema: good morning, and welcome to wisn 12 news this morning. i'm thema ponton. thanks so much for starting this sunday morning with us. let's begin by getting a check of your forecast. meteorologist sally severson is in the weather center, in the forecast may include showers. sally: especially for this afternoon. lots of dry hours in place, but
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to lambeau field, take along your rain gear to be safe. no need to heavy-duty stuff, but that will be scattered showers and may be a stray rumble of thunder during the game this afternoon. temperatures into the 70's. nice and dry over the east for now, but you can see showers and a few thundershowers are now moving into parts of west central and northwest wisconsin. pivoting out of iowa and minnesota. that cool front makes its way our way this afternoon. as we can look at the domes in the gr picture, 68 at the airport and window southeast and 14. breezy south wind today becomes gusty west wind for tomorrow. with your hour-by-hour forecast, i will keep us dry through the lunch hour. shower chances increase mid-to-late afternoon and early evening is that cool front moves through. we will further time the storms coming up in just a moment. thema: thank you, sally. you can track the forecast on-the-go this weekend with our free app. use the interactive radar to see when and where the rain will fall. we'll also send any severe weather alerts right to your
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we are following breaking news out of milwaukee this morning, police and fire crews are at the lagoon behind the mitchell park domes for reports of someone in the water. we don't have very many details right now, but we will continue to keep you updated on this story throughout the newscast and bring you any new information as soon as it becomes available. this morning, the manhunt is over for the suspected gunman who opened fire at a washington state mall, killing five people. police made the arrest last night nearly 24 hours after the rampage. there's still no word on a motive abc's neal karlinksy explains how a series of tips led up to the capture. >> about 6:30 tonight, we arrested a 20-year-old oak harbor man. neal: a mass murderer, caught on camera. now also captured by police. >> his name is arcan cetin. neal: investigators arresting a suspect in the murders of five
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key evidence in the massive manhunt to find him. lt. mike hawley: i saw an individual walking northbound on the sidewalk and i instantly recognized that as the person i'd just viewed on my computer. i did an abrupt turn, hit my lights, pulled my gun, and myself and reserve deputy eric rombough took the individual into custody. joe zavala: what i saw was that there was a gunman holding a rifle shooting, and he saw me and i took off running. neal: joe zavala and his wife were inside macy's when chaos broke ou t department. they not only saw the gunman, but the victims too. joe zavala: i found two ladies that were on the floor. one was face down, pool of blood, on the ground. there was another lady right next to her. thema: overnight, protests in charlotte, north carolina continued for the fifth night. demonstrators took to the streets just hours after the police chief's decision to release video of officers shooting and killing keith
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dash cam and body camera video recorded the final moments of the deadly standoff. police say scott was armed with this gun pictured at the scene. witnesses dispute that claim. the video does not clearly show if scott was armed. the shooting is still under investigation. in commitment 2016 coverage now, early voting for the november election begins tomorrow in the city of milwaukee. residents can cast their ballots and 6:00 p.m. at the zeidler municipal building next to city hall. two more locations will be added in the middle of next month. tomorrow's start is just for the city of milwaukee. it's up to local communities to set their early voting times. the mayor of new york city is in milwaukee today to encourage early voting and also campaign on democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton's behalf.
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attend services at two church's later today. later this week, clinton's daughter chelsea will campaign in the green bay area. republican nominee donald trump will be in waukesha on wednesday. he'll hold a rally at the waukesha county expo center, starting at 6:00 p.m. it will be his first visit to wisconsin since the middle of august. the race between clinton and trump is essentially a dead heat this morning. that's according to the latest abc news, washington post poll. 46% of likely voters say they'd vote for clinton. that's two points ahead of trump. 47% believe clinton will win the first presidential debate. according to the poll, 84% of americans plan to watch the debate. the first presidential debate is tomorrow. trump and clinton will square off at hofstra university in new york. you can watch it live right here on wisn 12. abc news' live coverage starts at 8:00. milwaukee's mayor will present his next budget tomorrow, and it'll have money for new police officers. mike gousha sits down with mayor tom barrett, this morning on
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working on public safety initiatives. how many police officers does he hope to add? and after last month's violent unrest in sherman park, what's his take on police community relations? i'll ask him this morning on "upfront." i'll also be talking to the conservative alternative in the race for president -- evan mcmullin. who is he, and why is running? it's all coming up this morning at 9:00, right here on "upfront." thema: millions of dollars in damage is left behind after wisconsin this week. yesterday governor scott walker toured areas hit the hardest by torrential rains. a precautionary flash flood watch is in place for the 13 counties under a state of emergency. dozens of roads are still closed due to high waters in places like clark and vernon counties. the flooding is blamed for two deaths. more than 40 former packers players are back in green bay for the weekend.
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it's part of today's home opener at lambeau against the detroit lions. several packers hall of famers and former players will be featured during halftime. today's game against the lions kicks off at noon. lets get to meteorologist sally severson with your forecast. good morning, sally. sally: cloudy comeback with afternoon rain. i'll show you when the rain ends and a kicky wind ushers in much cooler air. thema: plus, a fun way to try a variety of craft beers from all over the country. coming up, we'll ha of the upcoming event the milwaukee county zoo. >> before , check traffic watch 12 conditions with the wisn 12
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hospitalized after going into the lagoon behind the mitchell part -- mitchell park domes. that happened around 7:00 this morning. the fire department says someone waded into the water is up to start swimming, but when under the surface. two people called 911. a man was found unconscious and not breathing. paramedics performed cpr until he sort of breathing again. the man was taken to the hospital, we don't have an update on his condition. it's officially the first weekend of fall and there are plenty of activities across the area. harvest fair wraps up later today at state fair park in west allis. family activities include pumpkin bowling and scarecrow making. gates open at 9:00 this morning. admission is free. also at state fair park, maker faire. it's the last day for the event, which features more than 100 makers who will demonstrate 3d printing, robotics, alternative
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hands-on workshops. another seasonal favorite is back this weekend. fright fest is underway at six flags great american in gurnee, illinois. there are some new activities this year -- including two new haunted houses. the theme park will be open on weekends through halloween. another event happening -- raising a glass to the animals the milwaukee county zoo. here to share more about the upcoming zoo brew is stacy vogel davis from the zoological society of milwaukee. good morning. stacy: good morning. this is an opportunity to have some adult beverages and help animals out. stacy: it's really fun, happening thursday, there are 30 brewers and 20 food vendors. you will deftly get your money's worth. nowhere else can you have a beer next to a big cat or enjoy a bonfire next to the penguins. we think it's pretty special. thema: it's amazing.
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stacy: this event will specifically help our annual appeal, which this year we're helping with elephant in richmond. in richmond is anything that helps the zookeepers stimulate the animals and help bring out the natural behaviors and stimulate their minds and bodies. we are hoping to raise money for things like hollow tree they can have treats that will make the elephants reach their trunks up and get the treats. or things like that. we want a fully system so they can reach up, that'na it will help the animals have a more enjoyable time it. thema: and the zoo will have education for us as well. stacy, thank you for joining us. we appreciate it. if you like to get tickets, tickets to the zoo brew are still on sale. we have put a link with more information on wisn.com. just click the "on tv" section. it is also on the free wisn 12 news mobile app. still ahead, race for the cure is happening this morning along
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now. we'll hear from a survivor about what this day means for her. that's next. stay with us. you're watching wisn 12 news
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thema: welcome back. right now, milwaukee's lakefront is a sea of pink. today is the susan g. komen race for the cure along milwaukee's lakefront. the survivor ceremony is getting underway now. we're joined now by breast cancer survivor and komen grant recipient michelle mick. michelle, good morning. it's nice to see you. michelle: good morning. thank you for having me. thema: talk about your story and how komen has helped. michelle: after live. i was diagnosed with my first breast cancer in 2002 after my 30th birthday. at the time, i had a good job with good insurance, so i went to my first breast cancer treatment pretty easily from the standpoint of insurance and coverage. however, after a layoff about five years later, i was then qualified for the susan g. komen
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my annual screening mammograms as well as the high risk health insurance, which we had at the time. and then two years ago, i was diagnosed with my second breast cancer, which was actually diagnosed much earlier than the first. i did go through a double mastectomy, but again, with the komen grant funding, i was able to have that piece of mind of getting my mammograms covered over those few years. thema: thank you komen foundation that helps people. finally, tell us about the importance only for you and giving back, but for all the other people who share a similar journey. michelle: absolutely. i think just with how much support there is for breast cancer nationwide and locally, living in the madison and milwaukee areas, now being part of the milwaukee breast cancer community, there is so much support, meeting all the other women who are survivors and
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i want to be a part of helping other women. just the support you see all the people here today, just being part of an active lifestyle that's really key to survivorship and getting back to a normal and healthy lifestyle. thema: michelle mick, thank you for sharing your story with us and plenty of opportunity for people to give back today with the race for the cure getting underway about 10 minutes this morning. we will let you get out there so you can take part. thank you. sally: so much wonderful energy there. thema: it truly is a network of people coming together to help each other and help this candidate. the weather out there, some clouds out there, but some sun as well. sally: nice and dry for all those who are racing or walking for susan g. komen, authority close this morning. you think about little runaround perhaps around the areas where
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but we will be dry through the morning for the prerace festivities and the after celebration. temperatures get into the 70's, it's just a touch humid. on the weatherwatch 12 camera network, you can see the sun on lake michigan. 67 degrees at mequon on a 15 mile an hour breeze out of the southeast at concordia. that's our camera mounted in mequon. we flip south to racine where temperatures are at 67 and wind is still breezy and s finally, a southwest wind coming in at the milwaukee institute of art and design, where the camera takes a look of the third ward and temperatures are at around 64 degrees. chapters around the region are showing up in the 60's, 65 at beaver dam and watertown, also madison, 65 in elkhart, 68 at the airport and mid to upper 60's on deck for us this morning . if you are headed to the game for today, green bay, lots of great energy. most people already on their
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chapters will be in the low 70's area take along a reindeer if you are leaving later. i anticipate a few showers in the green bay area in addition to showers that will be here. clouds are filling in for us, but we are still nice and dry on the radar. showers and if you thundershowers beginning to nose in the parts of west central and western wisconsin, pivoting out of iowa and minnesota. the cool friend situated to our west, that comes through here in the east around 3:00 for this afternoon. it will be enough to trigger a few storms. dry. here we are today at 10:00, showers and if you thundershowers to the north. the cool friend pulls a little closer and in the western part of the noon hour. we will likely see plenty in the way of holes in the clouds from time to time this morning, but by 2:00, with a little daytime heating, we are starting to pop a few areas of rain and storms. i do not anticipate a widespread operative severe weather. we could get locally heavy downpours and a brief heavier
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this boundary rolls through pretty quickly and we are done with the rain after 7:00 or 8:00. clouds are stubborn but then the wind will really pick up for tomorrow. i expect a blustery west wind and you will be zipping your fleece for tomorrow with temperatures that are only going to be in the 60's. it will feel a little cooler compared to the warm air in 70's that we've enjoyed for so long. 77 for today, showers and storms roll in for this afternoon. a few could be on the stronger side, but most of this will come through with more garden-variety rain in a rumble of thunder. dusty west win for tomorrow and we keep a cool fields of the air with mid 60's as well as we get to wednesday and thursday. friday brings a little bit in the way of warmer air and it looks to me to be mostly dry much of the week. thema: they give him a sally. coming up on wisn 12 news. the signs someone is having a stroke are sometimes unclear. for one little girl, it's something she'll now never forget. the split decision she made that may have saved her mom's life. and here's a live look outside.
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thema: we are continuing to follow breaking news out of milwaukee. a man is taken to the hospital after going into the lagoon behind the mitchell park domes. the fire department says someone waded into the water as if to start swimming, but went under the surface. two people called 911. a man was d not breathing. paramedics performed cpr until he started breathing again. he was taken to the hospital in unknown condition. a little girl in maryland is being called a hero after making a life-saving phone call. last month, 8-year-old a'nasia and her mom were at home, when she noticed her mom's face starting to twitch. luckily, the girl recently looked up the word "stroke" and had a hunch that was what she was witnessing.
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her mother recently heard the recording of that call for the first time. a'nasia: hello? dispatcher: hello. 911. do you have an emergency? a'nasia: i am in the house with my mom, and i think she's having a stroke now. a'nasia: all i remember is her face twitching. dispatcher: and why do you think she is having a stroke? a'nasia: um, because her face is turning to the right. eight years old. the mother is back home recovering after getting medical attention. her daughter is getting an award from the local police department. a woman in california ordering a pizza got a little more than she bargained for. the woman says she ordered a side bread sticks, but got a different type of "dough." she found thousands of dollars in cold hard cash inside the box. the woman got in touch with the store's owner to return the money.
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her honesty. sally: somebody probably talked the store receipts into that box and forgot about it. thema: you never know, think an issue returned it, honesty pays. sally: the cool for his these are my wisconsin this afternoon and brings a chance for showers and occasional thunderstorm. i do not expect a wide-out sprague -- widespread operative severe weather, but a good rain. thema:
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