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minutes. we'll enjoy the sunshine early before the clouds are coming back late morning and early afternoon. the temperatures with fair skies are chilly with the 40s and 50s. it is feeling like fall and low pressure is keeping the clouds and showers alive for later today, tonight and tomorrow. the jids will need a jacket the high 63 degrees. there is a look at low pressure spinning to the north of superior. we pull the clouds into southern wisconsin throughout the day today and the showers are holding off until tonight. for today, we look at the periods of clouds, especially by the afternoon. going up to the low 60s. matt? >> sally, we are over the zoo interchange. things are looking good here. a touch busy around the bypass.
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all the lanes that are supposed to be open are open. just a tap on the brakes. use caution moving through there. the rest of the system is looking good and in the green. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> thank you, matt. the candidates for president getting back on the campaign trail. at times the tempers donald trump and hillary clinton offered their visions for the country. we are live in washington with a recap of the show down. good morning. >> good morning, ben, and donald trump and hillary clinton are touting a victory this morning after going head to head for the first time. it started nice. >> donald, it is good to be with you. >> i want you to be very happy.
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with a problem. >> whoa, okay. this man called women pigs, slobs and dogs. >> getting personal, the candidates sparred for 90 minutes. donald supported the invasion of iraq. >> wrong, wrong. >> that is proved. >> some of the most heated issues. >> the bercer lie was a hurtful dignity. >> some of the debates you treated him with terrible disrespect. >> and when donald trump questioned hillary clinton's stamina. >> she doesn't have the look or the stamina. she doesn't have the stamina. and i don't believe she does.
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testifying in front of a congressional committee, talk to me about stamina. >> they'll need the stamina as they return to the stump today. live in washington. >> thank you. supporters of donald trump and hillary clinton now taking to social media this morning to talk about the debate. tim is live in the news room with some of the overnight reactions. >> that debate last twitter alight. a lot of people are talking about it online. whoever won depends on who you ask here. let's ask governor walker. he says he would have posed different questions to hillary clinton. he tweeted she sounds like a robot on the talking tweets. hindz proves she's ready to be
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a lot more reaction is pouring in on twitter. go to site, search debate and you will see everyone talking about the performance. back to you. >> tim, along with governor walker, wisconsin is getting attention from the campaigns. drum z is waukesha tomorrow. his running mate there mike pins was scheduled to be in town today. that is postponed. holton, the wife coming the wisconsin on thursday and chelsea clinton on friday. we are getting reaction from the came pain trail. look for reports on "good morning america" starting at 7:00. >> new this morning, an investigation is underway after a veteran was found dead at the va clinic in toma over the weekend. the workers tried to revive the
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the man was participating in a veteran assistance foundation program. that is a nonprofit organization dedicated to ending veteran homelessness. there have been complaints in the recent years including overprescribing drugs and patient deaths and a culture of fear among the employees. >> possible changes to the parks you use every day, that is up for discussion later in the day. thema is life with a look ahead. good morning, thema. >> good morning, ben, the changes could be coming from you and others that use the parks. this is a place with thousands of people come to walk, run and jog along the water. houf you spend your time in the parks, the officials want you to
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for changes in the future, the county launched a parks with a purpose, the ten year master plan and the 2050 park and open space plan. so you are invited to a public meeting at 6:30 tonight at sheridan park to talk about what the plans might be. including long term improvements, changes and environmental concerns here at the parks. back here live at veterans park, if you can't make it tonight, have your voice heard next week at meetings. >> thema, thank you. >> later today we'll learn more about the water and how it is used in milwaukee and around the country. this morning at 9d:30 marquette jufrt is releasing the findings are a water study. since february, researchers had been looking at the water used
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the findings will be presented to both the white house and congress. >> and this comes as milwaukee mayor tom barrett is calling on the common council to set aside $11 million to deal with lead issues in the drinking water. yesterday, the mayor proposed spending $5.2 million to replace water lines contaminationed with lead that service 385 local day cares. he also set replace lead lines going into the older homes in milwaukee. the common council has the final say on the budget proposals. >> now to weatherwatch 12 and sally is in the weather center, sal, chill ri air is moving in. >> it is the first extended cool
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summer. we have fallen back and the readings are cooler. 50 dz north. mostly 60s here in the south. we have a stubborn area of low pressure over the great lakes and allow for periods of clouds to roll in. the first is coming in today. we enjoy the morning sunshine and increasing clouds and showers holding off until tonight. statewide the temperatures are upper 40s and low 50 looking at the sun light this morning. the sun is up at 6:45. a good amount of sunshine this morning. get the temperatures into the low 60s. the clouds are filling in this afternoon and evening. now to matt up in the chopper. >> sally, we are over the south side, this is the plainfield curve at the top of the frame.
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no delays right now. in fact, we are delay free across the system. no crashes to report. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> thank you, matt. later today the cedar rif is expected to crest at 23 feet in cedar rapids, iowa. tim? >> i flood evacuation plan, homeowners in the low lying neighborhoods are told to leave, but not all evacuation orders are mandatory. the river is four feet past the major flood stage. the school district cancelled
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in the city's history. the red cross opened two shelters there. emergency workers now flying in to help the people there. the national guard also has been activated and the state patrol is pitching in. they don't expect the river to fall until thursday. ben, back to you. >> thank you, tim. ten after the hour. presidential face off before election day. holding an unofficial poll, when to get a bobble head. >> iron chef is coming to southeast wisconsin and the recipe he's shareing with the
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>> welcome back. look at this sunrise. gorgeous here at 6:13, tuesday, september 27th. hope you had a great monday and tuesday is starting great. how could it not with a sunrise like that. we are starting the day off just a little cooler. >> 40s and 50s. 40s away from the lake. lake temperatures in the mid
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lake michigan does a little favor and keeping the shore areas warmer. sunrise 6:45. best time to see the sunshine will be this morning. clouds will be filling in throughout the morning and early afternoon. it is a slow process for us. 63 for this afternoon. showers hold off until after 5:00. we are going up to matt in news chopper 12. >> we are over downtown. it is sunny. the clouds you way down, moving towards us, be prepared for that. maybe the shades for the early half of the go. zooming in, that is fond over the top of the freeway. the rest of the system is nice and quiet as well. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> thank you, matt.
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after hurt in a drive-by shooting last night. >> the police combing over the toyota and searching for bullets there. this happened around 4:00 yesterday. the little boy was sitting in the backseat with another boy, someone drove by and started to shoot. the 12-year-old was take ton the hospital and he's expected the survive. the other boy was not hurt. the cruise crew saw the police putting two people in handcuffs on the scene. now we are still waiting to here from the investigators why those people were taken away in cuffs. we'll pass along the information when we hear from the police. >> thank you, tim. >> governor walker is expected to lay out a new plan to make college cheaper for the wisconsin students.
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by growing dual enrollment at the high schools. >> also, celebrity chef jet tela is stopping by wisconsin. you may have seen him on the food network. the class isn't as intense as the shows, but teaching the kids a few dishes. >> wisn 12 news time now is 6:16. training camps for the bucks while one of the stars is working to get healthy. chris middleton is having surgery on a torn hamstring today. yesterday, jason kidd told the reporters plumley and von is working with the starters at the camp. the bucks play the first exhibition game on saturday. the first home game of the
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against the chicago bulls. >> and the milwaukee admirals are opening the season at uw-panther arena on saturday, october 9th. look at this. this is the opening promotion. decision 2016 bobble heads, both in full pads. the first five thousand fans on november 5th can pick the candidate. >> baseball season is winding down now for the the brewers reunited with the former all star catchers. trying to steal. jonathan coming up to bat here and snapped the slump with a two-run homer. add add three run shot in the 7th. final score 8-3 brew crew. the game two is tonight at 7:05. >> the news time is 6:17.
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she's in new york city and sent us a report from the set of "g.m.a.." >> here we go. we are at "good morning america", good morning, everybody. i'm on assignment in new york city and we are going behind the scenes at "g.m.a.." it is set to go. so excited to share this with you. see you soon. >> she's having a fantastic time. she's been sending us sorts of videos. >> she was at world news last night. >> "g.m.a." is here at 7:00. she's spending time at "good morning america" and hitting rachel ray as well. >> yes, and mario too. come on. can you imagine the food she's eating today? >> yes, i know. that is great. have you been getting the snap chats? oh my gosh, they are coming in
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she's returning tomorrow and we'll get updates. here at home, we are looking at sunshine early this morning. sun is up at 6:45. we'll see a sunny start to this tuesday. temperatures just around the metro are on the cool side, it is 48 in waukesha. 50 west allis. 50 as well as greendale. glendale 52. 53 at the airport. 50 dells. we jump up to the low 60s today. the clouds are moving. matt was showing them to us from news chopper 12. we are looking at a fair amount of clouds. this is a cutoff low. this is pin wheeling, clouds and rain through wisconsin and that trend is continuing for us this afternoon an tonight and
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a fair amount of clouds. we watch the clouds continuing to sag. here we are at 5:30. a few spotty showers and light rain to the north of fond du lac and sheboygan. light scattered showers this evening. overnight the clouds are stubborn and spotty showers in the forect plenty in the way of dry hours. 63 today. breezy and cool tomorrow. 49 tonight. the trend as we move closer to the weekend, the temperatures warm up a bit and drying out. a light umbrella will do it. ben? >> thank you, sal. 6:20. we are already getting into the hollywood spirit early this morning.
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milwaukee is so special. >> forget presidential planes, this is a set of presidential drones and where they were spotted overhead. one is on a broom stick. why the pilot created them in the first place. workers: he campaigned as a job creator but senator johnson helps companies ship jobs overseas. good manufacturing jobs just disappeared. ceos and giant corporations get richer guys with families... guys like me? just gets harder and harder to get ahead. we need an economy that works for people like me.
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people like me. russ: i'm russ feingold and i approve this message because wisconsin's middle class
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>> good morning. thank you for the great tuesday morning school shout. wisn 12 is visiting classes across southeast wisconsin and if you are interested in a visit, head to and there you will see the logo. >> well, presidential politics invade the ballroom, the
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cameo of sorts on dancing with the stars. this is the judging panel joined by the fans wearing the masks. the show was shortened to 60 minutes because of the debate so the couples faced off in fairs with the winning pair getting immunity. we have former texas governor rick perry. he lost a tie breaker to vanilla ice. gy they won immunity. see who is eliminated tonight on wisn 12. it is starting at 7:00. >> new this morning a pilot in san diego created groans in the images of the presidential
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in the election, hillary clinton is there on a broom stick. these are bigger than i thought they would be. they are like life-sized drones. you can bring home the candidates thanks is an easier way to do it. they hope to pop the vote with line of the figures. here is hillary clinton. you may have seen the pop characters in the movie and tv characters and now one looking like donald trump. these characters can be target or game stop. >> wisn 12 news time now is 6:26. a pet peg looking for a new home. this special piglet born without the back legs. the owner talks about the care. >> life saving lessons, where to go to get the proper training. >> we are checking high above
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i said there's a person with a temperament that's got a problem. >> secretary clinton? >> woo! okay! >> just one moment from last night's presidential debate. it was a contentious showdown between the two candidates with policy discussions and personal insults. a full break down is just moments away. we're on weather watch. a cool day ahead. there are some possible showers sticking around today. we'll tell you when to grab your umbrella. >> good morning and welcome to "wisn 12 news this mni melinda is on assignment today. i've stepped into the weather center with meteorologist sally severson. we are looking live outside over sheboygan and just a little breezy. >> so pretty this morning and the clouds are filling in from the north and sunrise 6:45. now 52 at sheboygan. dew .43. we are looking at mostly cloudy sky on the west and southwest breezes today and kicking up to
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so jackets for the little ones at the bus stop today. we have a few upper hos away from the lake. this afternoon the highs reaching up to the low 60s. cloudy, cool and breezy in the afternoon. the a little more sunshine in the city. the clouds are drifting in from the north. high of 63. light shoushs are rolling in after 5:00 p.m. and scattered e continuing throughout the day. matt? >> sally, we are over 94. 84th is under the freeway. the typical brake tapping is continuing. also we have delays eastbound 94 coming into the constructionson. it is right now looking at 13 minutes.
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that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. . >> thank you, matt. >> right now we begin with commitment 2016 coverage. last night's debate marked hillary clinton and donald trump's first presidential face off. they clashed on several issues in front of a massive tv audience. abc's stephanie ramos has more from the site of the debate, hofstra university in new york. >> walking out and shaking hands and taka the first faceoff turning con ten shs and personal quick. >> i have a feeling of this evening i'm going to be blamed for everything that's ever happened. >> why not? >> yeah, why not. >> slamming each other on issues like climate change, trade to stop and frisk. >> the argument is it's a form of racial profiling. >> these are bad people who shouldn't have guns etc. >> stop and frisk was found to be unconstitutional in part
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both clinton and trump shared the same stage side by side as they try to prove to voters they're the best person to lead the country. >> you decided to stay home and that's okay. >> i think donald just criticized me for preparing for this debate, and yes, i did, and you know, what else i prepared for, i prepared to be president, and i think that's a good thing. >> one down, two more to go. the 2nd presidential debate between donald trump and hillary clinton will be october 9th in st. louis, missouri. stephanie ramos abc news new york. >> right now, a lot of people are talking about the debate online, including the candidates. tim is in the newsroom this morning with some reaction. >> ben, donald trump has been tweeting up a storm overnight. he is mostly re-tweeting positive reviews of his debate performance. here's one post saying quote,
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polls, except for cnn, which i don't watch, end quote. hillary clinton hasn't personally posted anything online yet, but her campaign uploaded this photo on facebook asking people to share it to show their support. clinton's campaign wrote that the debate proved she's the only candidate ready to be president. trump wrote that the debate ignored key facts that matter to americans. ben? >> both candidates are focusing on wisconsin right now. donald trump will be at the waukesha expo center tomorrow. trump's vice presidential nominee mike pence was supposed to visit later today but that event has been postponed. anne holton, the wife of democratic vp nominee tim kaine, will be in milwaukee on thursday. clinton's daughter chelsea is expected to campaign in the green bay area later this week. >> abc news has a team of reporters covering the debate and overnight reaction from the campaign trail. look for reports today on "good morning america" starting at
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wisn 12 news time now is 6:34. honoring the legacy of james foley. isis kidnapped and killed foley while he was reporting in syria. >> it is the subject of the discussion today. the legacy the topic of the discussion on the issue mike. three-person panel is exploring the legacy and the challenges and dangers of combat reporting. james was recently the focus of a documentary at the milwaukee film festival. back live on the marquette campus, if you would like to come here today for the panel
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online to get a ticket to get inside. >> later today you can learn how to use a life saving drug. they are offering free training on how to use the drug. you can reserve aot calling the health department. >> wisn 12 news time now is 6:36. a campus icon goes up in flames. a game day celebration turns into a manhunt at a university, how a student helped the police track down the person responsible and the series charges he's facing this morning. plus, the police at an airport
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a life. first, we are looking outside from news chopper 12. matt is back with a check on the morning commute. thanks for waking up with us on
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>> we are coming up at 20 minutes before 7:00. the 60s around for the week. and clouds are around later today and tonight and tomorrow as well. we have low pressure situated to the north of superior. you are seeing that circulation around the low, this low is in no hurry to move any where. so morning. the afternoon mostly cloudy and west breezing 12-22. >> an iconic tree at auburn university set on fire. police say a student ran after the suspect and helped police arrest him. that german man is now facing charges for setting the tree on fire. it happened after a football game. it's not the first time the trees have been targeted, in 2010, someone poisoned one of
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>> a scary situation for a texas driver trapped in flooding. the man climbed on top of his car which was completely covered by water. rescue crews reached him using a ladder. the man almost slipped and fell, but after stopping to tie his shoe, he finally made it on to the ladder safely. he was not hurt. the man said he ended up in the flooded street after following a navigation app. >> now to tim in theew tim? >> millions of people watched that debate last night and then they started google. what the searches tell us about the presidential race. plus, a houston attorney lashes out at his employer and nine people were caught in the cross fire and what the police learned
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>> welcome back to "wisn 12 news this morning." look at this gorgeous sunrise. hopefully you are getting off to a great tuesday, september 27th. 6:45.
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on the heat? >> nope. i do have a warm wetter. i live in the channel 12 jacket. early today our temperatures, we have a few 40s away from the lake. if you are parking the car outside, you may run the heat a little bit. we are becoming cloudy. parts of sunshine this morning. but the clouds are filling in north inon sheboygan. 53 over 38. winds are light and southwest. we see another ten degrees. i time out the showers coming up. now to matt up in news chopper 12. >> sally, we are scanning the construction zone. there are delays starting up there just before moreland road and continuing into milwaukee
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ten minutes on the bypass. getting busy in the con vuks zone but crash free on the system. back to you. >> thank you, matt. >> our big story this morning, the first debate between donald trump and hillary clinton. overnight, we learned some new information about how americans are reacting to the showdown. tim is in the newsroom with the latest. tim? >> ben, check this out. google trends posted this map showing search habits before the # debate. the states in red featured a majority of searches about donald trump. blue shows the states that searched mostly about hillary clinton. well, now let's look at what happened after the debate. you can see all states went blue afterwards searching mainly about hillary clinton. now experts warn that this doesn't mean that those searches are all from supporters of clinton. but it does show that people were thinking about her, one way or another after the debate.
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several media outlets show that people who watched the debate thought clinton won. look for full coverage today on "good morning america" starting at seven. ben, back to you. >> thank you, tim. >> happening now, more debate about a controversial bill that president obama vetoed. the senate could override the president's decision. tomorrow the senate will vote trying to cancel out the veto. lawmakers approved the bill which allows families of 9/11 victims to suedi if two-thirds of the senate votes to override the veto, it would be the first time one of obama's vetoes is overturned. >> a hundred law enforcement agencies are getting funding for body cams. the department of justice spending $20 million on the programs. the money is going to state, city, local and tribal agencies. attorney general says that the goal is to help with
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>> new this morning, life police at lax use a smartphone app to save a life. this was all caught on surveillance camera. a korean man climbed out to the edge of a five-story parking garage, he seemed like he was ready to jump off. airport police responded and tried to talk the man down, but none of them could speak korean. so they used a translation app. >> utilizing google translate to try and make sense of some of the things he was saying. sa willing to take possession of the phone to try to facilitate the translation. >> while the man was distracted by the phone, another officer hopped over the barrier and grabbed onto him so he couldn't jump. the man is now receiving treatment. >> new this morning, fall just started, but we're already getting into the holiday spirit!
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the trans-siberian orchestra will be back in milwaukee on december 11th at the b-mo harris bradley center. they are celebrating 20 years of concert performances. the group told wisn 12 news' melinda davenport milwaukee is one of the cities that's been key to their success through the years!
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tickets. sally: that is great idea. we are not talking too much about christmas. ben: we have a couple of holidays before that. sally: the temperatures in the 60s. we are comfortable with the readings in the 60s and low 70s. sheboygan 52. you can see those station. 53 at mitchell. the winds are southwest. the first little shot of cool air readings in the 50s for the highs to the north and 60s in the south. part of the reason why, we have the area of low pressure. it is situated to the north of superior. it is going to pivot clouds and showers through. now this low no hurry to go any
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clouds and showers through. early morning, 40s showing up across the dakotas. no danger of a frost, at least in the short term. we watch the clouds continue to move to the south overall. we'll stay dry for much of the afternoon. here we are at lunchtime, everyone with a mostly cloudy sky. spotty showers in time for the after 7:30, 8:00, we get a band of very light rain through. no severe weather. these are garden variety and light rain showers overall. tomorrow morning the cloud deck is stubborn. we looking add light rain showers from time to time on wednesday. we keep the light showers in the forecast for thursday and friday as well. we still have lots of dry hours. temperatures low to mid 60s
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forecast. a little more sunshine by sunday. here is matt in the chopper. >> we are looking down at 43, 94 southbound. no delays between the north shore and downtown. travel times... that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> nine people are hurt and a suspect is dead after a shooting in a houston parking lot. tim elliott has new information this morning, tim? >> houston's mayor says the shooter was nathan desai who was upset with the law firm where he worked. police say they found nazi emblems among desai's belongings. according to police, he started shooting randomly at people driving by. nine people were hurt, they are all expected to survive.
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police say he also had several weapons in his car along with nearly 2600 rounds of ammunition. desai was killed in a shootout with police. ben, back to you. >> police officer in house town resigned after the department released a video showing excessive force. this video is showing the encounter. the officer says that the man was combative and w for his phone and that is when the attack happened. >> he hit me so hard he knocked me to the ground. he was just standing over me going bom, bom bom making some noise. >> police investigated and decided the force was not justified. the other officer on the scene did step in but the police chief says it should have happened sooner. >> new this morning, a so-called
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miracle was born without back legs. the owner says it's a lot of extra work to take care of the piglet. eventually he'll need a wheelchair to help him get around. the pig's owner is looking for a family to take him in and take care of his special needs. >> the first day he started walking on his front legs and it was amazing to watch because he doesn't know anything is wrong with him. he just thinks this is normal, how he walks. >> the owner says her kids help her take care of the special pig. i have feeling they are going to have troubles letting go of him. she has her hands full with his brothers and sisters and their other animals. >> new this morning, a fight to save a floating house that's sinking. crews in portland are working to save the house that floats on a river. the homeowner says water started leaking into the crawl space under the house so she knew something was wrong. a local contractor built and installed a new float system for the home. the family who lives there has no regrets about buying a
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>> after being down here, i can't even imagine living on dirt, you know, that's the way almost everybody feels when i come down here. the construction was supposed to be guaranteed for 88 years, but it's only been two decades since the house was built. the owner says she's hoping to get back some of the cost of repairs about $70,000. wisn 12 news time now is 6:55. a final check on the forecast and morning com next. first, behind the scenes on the set of "good morning america." melinda davenport is there on assignment this morning. be sure to follow her on social media to see the posts. now to a look at what is coming
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>> good morning. thank you for joining us. looking down at the the hone bridge. enjoying the sunshine. no delays there.
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that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> see the sunshine around early, clouds are filling in. cloudy in sheboygan fond du lac counties and seeing the clouds continue to sagging to the south from the north. today 63 degrees. increasing clouds. a few spotty showers after 5:00. i have showers in the forecast for well. the temperatures in the 60s. dry, less humid for exercising outside. the dogs are even happier. >> not panting as much. >> yes. >> all right, it is just about 7:00. take wisn 12 news everywhere you go.
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melinda davenport is in new york city at "g.m.a." right now. keep a lookout for her. >> she's returning good morning, america. a fierce historic debate. >> well, donald, i know you live in your own reality. >> she doesn't have the looks. she doesn't have the stamina. >> hillary clinton and donald trump go the head to head for the first time in front of their families in what could be the largest audience ever. >> whoo, okay. >> trading blows on taxes. >> they showed he didn't pay any federal income tax, so -- >> that makes me smart. >> the war on terror. >> at least i have a plan to fight isis. >> no wonder you've been fighting isis your entire adult life. >> and iraq. >> donald supported the invasion of iraq. >> wrong. >> that is absolutely proved over and over again. >> wrong. >> both candidates getting personal.


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