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and that's what's making news america this morning. >> stay with us >> facing off for the first time. hillary clinton and donald trump will share the debate stage just hours from now. how one university is getting ready for the historic event. >> and milwaukee's mayor is unveiling his budget plan today. the areas that will get a big boost and what that could mean for you and your fam >> but first, weather watch 12 as we take a live look outside. a cool morning in southeast wisconsin. we're tracking temperatures as you get ready for work and school. >> good morning and welcome to "wisn 12 news this morning." i'm ben wagner. >> and i'm melinda davenport. it's 4:30 on this monday, september 26th. let's start with the forecast. meteorologist sally severson is in the weather center. good morning, sal. >> good morning. keeping an eye on the temperatures and away from lake
50s. 54 at this hour in waukesha. 53 at the dells. 61 at mitchell. not much of a warm up, holding in the upper 60s. early morning the clouds. we sandwich in a little sunshine and clouds in the afternoon. instant fall is moving in. a mix of sun and clouds for the day. the winds are gusting out of the west. 48 tonight. greatep and tomorrow, it is a dry morning. a slight chance of showers going, especially for tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow night and the highs into the low 60s. >> when you're on the go, take the weather watch 12 forecast with you. just download the wisn 12 news app. it's free for your smartphone or tablet. >> we start this morning with commitment 2016. early voting begins later today in milwaukee. you can vote between 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. at zeidler municipal building next to city hall.
locations will open in other parts of the city. >> students and faculty at matc are getting the word out about early voting. they're holding a rally at noon today near the student center on matc's campus. former senator russ feingold will be there along with campus activists. >> looking ahead in commitment 2016, hillary clinton and donald trump go head-to-head tonight for fi tim, what can we expect from the first presidential debate? >> insiders say there'll be plenty of conflict and drama. let's check in with wisn 12 news' sally kidd reporting from hempstead, new york where that showdown will take place tonight. >> good morning from hofstra university. this is where it all happens tonight hillary clinton and donald trump in their first debate. just two podiums on the stage
off for 90 minutes. the trump campaign has been downplaying expectations pointing out that hillary clinton is the more experienced more polished debater. clinton has been deep in debate prep in the days leading up to this first match up. analysts say clinton needs to appear trustworthy and find ways to connect with the audience, while trump needs to show that he is fit for the job. as we head into tonight's debate, the latest abc news washington post poll shows the race is virtually tied. reporting in hempstead, i'm sally kidd. >> you can watch tonight's presidential debate right here on wisn 12. it starts at 8:00. you can also follow the latest developments on wisn.com and the 12 news mobile app. >> dr. jill stein will be at the debate tonight but she won't be on the stage. the green party candidate is staging a protest outside of the university.
poll to make it on stage. libertarian candidate gary johnson will live tweet during the debate. >> the presidential candidates are focusing on wisconsin as the race between clinton and trump gets tighter. hillary clinton's campaign sent new york city's mayor, bill de blasio to milwaukee last night. tim kaine's wife, anne holton, will be in the badger state on thursday. chelsea clinton is expected to travel to green bay on friday. and donald trump and his running mate mike pence will both make trips to wisconsin this ek pence will be in waukesha tomorrow and trump will be there on wednesday. >> more police patrolling your streets. that's expected to be part of milwaukee mayor tom barrett's budget being presented later today. the mayor's proposal will likely include health initiatives, investment in neighborhoods and more funding for police. barrett talked about the budget on up front with mike gousha. >> even though we'll see our police budget increase by 25 million dollars and by any figuring that's a lot of money
year because of the labor agreements and the way the laws are written. ben: we'll continue to follow the latest information about the mayor's budget. stay with wisn 12 news for updates later in the today. >> some of the supporters are debating in a front yard and the city that is stepping in this morning. a tragic end to a baseball star's career, a accident that claimed an ace pitcher's life. >> first, let's take a live look outside as we head to break. oh, it is feeling like fall this morning. hope you had a good weekend. it is monday. get a sweater out, a light jacket. >> real sweater. >> no gloves yet.
monday, september 26th. as we close out september this week, we have an instant fall that arrived late in the day yesterday with the cool front and amazing dew point temperature drop last night. in the east mostly cloudy. we sandwich in sunshine and clouds this afternoon. overall dry, a slight chance of a shower in the north counties later this temperatures though near 50 at point. the cooler air is filtering in the gusty winds. i went up to 67 degrees with a fair amount of sunshine into the morning hours and extra clouds in the afternoon. >> out the door this monday
that is about it in this shot. we have drive times coming up later on this morning. >> happening now, parts of iowa are bracing for a flood. people are using sandbags to protect their homes and businesses as the cedar river continues to rise. city crews and volunteers have been working all weekend to install levees, sandbags and more. this morning, the city is ordering some families to evacuate their homes as a precaution. >> right now san francisco is kids in the bay area are trying to stay cool in the heat. temperatures got close to 100 degrees yesterday that's unusual near san francisco. the heat advisory continues today but temperatures will be slightly cooler. 4:40. >> let's get right to tim elliott in the newsroom. he's following some of today's top stories.
mall over the weekend leaving >> plus, people in char lot are picking up the pieces after days of violent protests. the progress that is being made this morning and the
change that the city leaders made overnight. russ: i've travelled over 50,000 miles all across wisconsin - listening to people, hearing their stories. a lot of folks are business owners and entrepreneurs. they tell me how hard it is to grow a business in today's economy. so together, we came up with the badger innovation plan. through expanded access to high-speed broadband, better job training and fair trade. because we need to export wisconsin products, not wisconsin jobs.
>> welcome back to "wisn 12 news this morning." right now it is 4:44, ay we are here, this is fall. it feels like it. i walked and i need add jacket today. >> the dew points crashed once the dryer air began to move in. now we are left with the temperatures in the 60s and dews way back to the 50s. the dryer air is off to the north and west.
61 at the airport. this morning when i got up the temperature was 66 and we have been falling. a slight chance for a stray shower in the north counties. dry and windy today for domestic of us. >> thank you, sal. 4:45. the man accused of killing people over the weekend will be in court today. >> melinda, this morning we're learning more about the suspect's background. arcan cetin has at least six criminal cases on his record in the last three years alone. police say the 20-year-old started shooting friday night near the makeup counter of a macy's department store at the cascade mall. he got away but was eventually caught after a manhunt that lasted nearly 24 hours.
shooting, including a 16-year-old girl who just recently started her sophomore year of high school. ben, back to you. >> right now the police in illinois are looking for forever started shooting near the university there. a man is dead and four others are hurt. officials that two shootings started at a party at the campus business district. a few hours shots were couple of blocks west of campus. >> 27 years after disappeared a minnesota boy is laid to rest. family and friends gathered to remember jacob and the family showed videos and photos of him before he disappeared. 3600 people attended the funeral in minneapolis. the support that helped the family through the years the overwhelming.
and i needed my friends, all these years later we continue to rely on the support of friends, so many of you are here today. jacob's caring heart was and continues to be felt in each of you. >> family members shared memory writes of jacob. >> more than 1500 acres are burning in california. this morning the saw mill fire sacramento. this fire was reported around noon yesterday and within hours people had to leave their homes as the fire spread. no word on whether anyone was hurt or if homes are damaged. the officials are looking into how the fire started. >> two small planes collide in new york state and killing three people. no one on the ground was work.
scene this morning and looking into the cause of the collision. >> 4:48. boating accident claims the life of a major league pitcher. he was found dead with two other people after the boat crashed into a jetti. the marlins cancelled the game and others paid tribute to him yesterday. >> remembering a golfing legend, arnold palmer died yesterday. he is known as one of the greatest players and winning 96 tournaments and making golf popular in the 60s. the fans were known as arnie's army.
wouldn't be what it is today and he brought the came to the masses in the 60s and 70s and he's definitely the one that leave the lasting legacy. >> when palmer was done playing professional he built a business empire selling golf clubs to rental cars and gave money to charities as >> he was the guy that said if you you can play golf. >> he was cool. >> yes. >> well, you know, if you are a fan of cool weather, the temperatures in the 60s. we have the lows some 40 this week.
68 is the high for today. dressing for the bus stop, think about a jacket for today. just something light. we make it up to the upper 60s in the afternoon. early morning clouds and afternoon sunshine and evening clouds. upper 50s mitchell at 61. mid 50s at west bend. 54 waukesha. 55 watertown. that little ribbon of clouds hugging the east and south, but dryer to the west. that is a little sunshine that we'll sandwich in for today. well, we have deep and strong
north. that wave is coming through this afternoon and maybe just enough to trigger a stray shower. that low is cutting off from the general circulation of the atmosphere and it is going to meander around the great lakes and keeping a fair amount of clouds and spotty shower chances from time to time. here with the at 5:30 this afternoon and a wave is clipping us. watch what happened tomorrow. overall we look at a cloudy skies and wrapping the showers around, we are seeing the low. it is staying in place for tuesday and wednesday. today though it is blustery, 68. 48 tonight. 63 for a high tomorrow. spotty showers are possible tuesday and wednesday. >> developing this morning, charlotte is recovering after
last week. tim? >> charlotte woke up this morning without a curfew that was put in place on friday. this started with a fatal police shooting nearly a week ago now. that lead todays of unrest and violent protests. the leaders are urging people to come together and showing unity in a peaceful way. ben, back to you. >> out of the arena where the panthers were playing. police were standing by, no word on any arrests outside of that game on sunday. >> new this morning, unusual crime spree in missouri, more than one hundred cars had their windows shot out all in one st. louis neighborhood. they received hundreds of calls about the crimes.
>> new this morning, at least six people are hurt after a fight outside of a nightclub in boston. during the fight, the people were stabd with a bottle. one person was seriously hurt. police say they have not arrested any suspects in this case. >> novemberment in new orleans to take down a statute. the city council voted to take down but not the jackson monument. another group gathered supporting the monument, including the former kkk leader. >> donald trump supporter is in trouble with the law because he has too many trump signs a. town in massachusetts had an ordinance saying you can only have 32 square feet of signs on display.
he's been cited and now he's fighting back and staging a protest. >> i don't think that the city is doing the right thing. >> we are here to support ricky for the right to support the candidate he wants to. >> the city says that the donald trump but the size of the signs. >> in a few hours, donald trump and hillary clinton will be facing you have in a debate. >> where the people in our area are gathering to watch the debate and cheer on their favorite candidate. >> plus the bucks are getting ready for another season, the latest changes to the roster and how the players are feeling about the year ahead.
millions of people suffering from hair loss could have new hope. >> drug used ar arthritis could help spur hair growth. 30% of the patients using the drug started grow hair back. >> hopefully it is on the head, right. >> good point. more research needs to be done to see if the treatment is safe. >> okay. are you one of those people -- i feel like an infomercial. a new study suggests that you should stop, researchers say that people that count their likes are less confident and have a lower self-esteem. the study finds that people with
positive feedback don't necessarily use it. >> who doesn't count the likes, really. >> americans gain 1.3 pounds during christmas and new year's system. people in germany put on two pounds and gain weight around easter as well n. japan it is golden week, including national holidays. just don't count until february. >> gosh, i have more than that i gain. eternal mortality is on the rise. a study if from the institute of health shows between 2014 the rate increased by 27%.
romania. the news continues right now. good morning. welcome to "wisn 12 news this morning." i'm ben wagner. >> isle melinda davenport,it is 5:00 on monday, september 26th. it is debate date. >> hillary clinton trump will be debating tonight and the local parties to watch. >> overnight safety alert for the local students. >> but first, taking a live look outside. we are on traffic and weatherwatch 12. we are checking in with matt in a moment. first we are going to sally severson. >> a wind is blowing around the fist of the leaves dropping from the trees.