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in america this morning. >> check us out at atmfans.com and have a great >> right now on wisn 12 news, we're following breaking news from overnight. two fires reported just hours what we are learning about the person who >> plus, the road to the white house passing through wisconsin today. the community getting ready for a visit from donald trump and the protest he'll see when he arrives. >> but first let's take a live look at doppler 12 radar. rain is possible as you head out the door today. we're tracking how long you'll want to keep an umbrella on standby. >> good morning and welcome to "wisn 12 news this morning." i'm melinda davenport. >> and i'm ben wagner. it's 4:30 on this wednesday, september 28th. we're in the weather center with meteorologist jeremy nelson.
and an umbrella on stand by. >> nothing heavy is showing up, but the roads will be damp from the overnight rain showers and sprinkles or drizzle or a light shower is showing up on the radar. how about the temperatures, it is cool. autumn is in the air. 40s in waukesha. downtown milwaukee it is degrees. here is the day planner forecast, clouds, maybe sprinkles or a little drizzle in milwaukee at the moment. now a slow climb up to the 50s and in the afternoon lower 60s. the winds are going to pick up from the north, northeast and 15-20 miles per hour as we go into the afternoon. we have a tiny warm up in the 7 day forecast. >> when you're on the go, take the weather watch 12 forecast with you.
it's free for your smartphone or tablet >> right now we're following breaking news from south milwaukee. two fires reported just hours apart. at least one person is hurt. tim is at the breaking news desk with the latest. tim? >> melinda, the most recent fire was called in around 1:15 this morning near 12th and michigan. emergency crews responded to the scene within minutes. a fire destroyed a garage and suv and caused some damage to a nearby auto body shop and two homes. one person was treated for smoke inhalation but is expected to be ok. no one else was hurt. and this wasn't the only fire in south milwaukee recently, about seven hours earlier, fire destroyed a garage near harrison and marshall. this map shows that the two locations are about six blocks apart. the fire department posted photos of the aftermath on facebook overnight. officials say the fire destroyed
nearby house and garage, and even started a tree and parked vehicle on fire. it also caused power lines to fall to the ground. thankfully no one was hurt in any of that. but certainly a busy few hours for emergency crews in south milwaukee. investigators are now looking into how both of these fires started. no word on whether they are related. back to you. >> tim, thank you. >> new from overnight, one person is dead after a shooting in milwaukee. it happened around 12:30 this morning nearh police haven't released any details about what happened. we'll bring you updates, as soon they come in to our newsroom. >> wisn 12 news time now is 4:33. >>turning to commitment 2016 coverage, donald trump will be in southeast wisconsin later today. he's holding a rally at the waukesha expo center. trump will take the stage at 6:00 p.m. doors open at three this afternoon. according to trump's website, there are no more tickets available. we'll have live reports from waukesha later today here on
>> local latino activists are planning to protest at that trump rally later today. voces de la frontera is organizing the protest. they're planning to meet outside the waukesha expo center at 4:30 today. >> trump isn't the only one visiting wisconsin this week. tim kaine's wife anne holton will be in milwaukee and kenosha tomorrow campaigning for hillary clinton, and clinton's daughter chelsea will be in the green bay area on friday. >> it's been more a little more than one day since hillary clinton and donald trump met on now we're learning more about the results of that debate. it was the most-watched debate ever, more than 80 million tvs were tuned in. that means even more people saw it at bars, watch parties and online. critics and polls show that clinton won that debate, but trump's campaign says it was a successful night. since the debate, the campaign says they've raised $18 million dollars. the clinton campaign hasn't made any announcements about their
>> looking ahead, a milwaukee alderwoman is looking for input on the city's budget for next year. milele coggs is inviting residents to a town hall meeting today to discuss the budget proposal for 2017. mayor tom barrett announced the budget plan earlier this week. the meeting starts at 5:30 at siloah lutheran school on north 21st street. >> looking ahead, a police department hundreds of miles away is recruiting here in milwaukee. the dallas police department will be at uw-m next week for a job fair. officials say they chose milwaukee because of similarities to dallas. they're holding recruiting events across the country. wisn 12 news time now is 4:35. >> police lend a helping hand when a deer gets trapped in a metal fence. >> how they got the wild animal out of that tight spot and why they had to bring in bigger
damp side. not a lot of rain out there. 51 degrees. we have a west breeze. that is going to pick up and transition all of the lake. 40s and low 50s out there. that's it. we have the 7 day forecast and how long the showers remain in it coming up. >> thank you, jeremy. traffic watch 12, 41, 894 cold spring, you are seeing a little t a lot of the streets are like that because of the drizzle. the drive times are all in the green... >> new this morning, a grass fire turned electric in california. >> the flames ran into a transformer and sent sparks flying. the fire burned a building and that transformer in northern california. overall, about five acres got scorched. one firefighter was hurt.
officials say this fire was caused by a person. >> new this morning, police come to the rescue when a deer gets stuck in a fence. >> take a look at the video, it happened in pittsburgh and the baby deer got stuck. it is okay though, they used a lot of tools to get him out, cable cutters and he's so frightened and look at the bruises. they used the jaws of life to get him out and he ran off into the woods. that is going to leave a mark. oh, that really got him. >> good for the officers working to get him out and not taking other options. >> we'll see how that goes. >> also new this morning, a dust storm sweeps through phoenix. >> you can see the huge cloud of dust cover the city. there were wind gusts up to 40 miles per hour during the storm.
the biggest. one helicopter pilot estimated that the dust cloud was about 4,000 feet high. >> let's get right to tim in the newsroom. >> he's following some of today's top stories. >> a new round of protests after police shoot and kill a man overnight. the conflicting stories surfacing about what happened. and the crowds gathering right now to demand justice. plus, an explosion destroys an apartment building leaving dozens of people without a home. the help on the way this morning
we have the drizzle and light rain. we are going to see plenty of dry time before the showers return later this morning and into the afternoon. the temperatures 40s and 50s. there is certainly a chill in the air. you will want to grab a jacket before stepping out the door. we are staying on the cool side and picking up a breeze in the afternoon and evening miles per hour. we have brighter days of sunshine in the 7 day forecast coming up. >> happening now, protests in california after police shoot and kill a man. tim elliott is here with new information. tim? >> police in a suburb of san diego say the man was acting erratically and didn't respond to their commands. to their commands.e l-cajon police told reporters overnight that the man pulled an object out of his pocket. they haven't said whether that object was a weapon. several witnesses say the officers were quick to fire.
and outside the police station to protest. this is still a developing situation. i'll continue to bring you the latest on the shooting investigation and the protests going on this morning. back to you. >> thank you, tim. >> charlotte is still dealing with fallout after a fatal police shooting. last night a suspicious package showed up at the city's police headquarters. officers and other employees were forced to evacuate while a bomb robot checked it out. no one was hurt and police dn no word on what was inside that package. >> a nine-year-old girl is getting a lot of attention after giving a speech at a charlotte city council meeting. now she's explaining why she wanted to talk to the mayor. we are having trouble with the audio there. >> zianna was one of several
their concerns about last week's police shooting which sparked violence in charlotte. >> police officers save the life with a help. the police broke a window and pulled her out and a flight attendant in the area performed cpr and she and off performing the cpr until the woman started breathing again. >> it was collective thing. >> at the end of the day, it is our job. >> the woman is recovering at the hospital right now. she had a heart attack and the car rolled into a building. quick thinking.
welcome back. >> yes, i was in assignment in new york city. i got to go behind the scenes "world news tonight," "rachel ray," and "good morning america." it was exciting to see. "g.m.a." has a live studio audience now and that was >> what is it like inside getting the audience pumped up? >> this is cool. the guy gets the crowd ready. it was very cool to see. i have been there before but not since the actual studio audience was implemented. it was a fun time, the cast of characters is so fun. michael is full time on "g.m.a."
we talked about home and wisconsin and the packers and all that good stuff. >> those are people that truly never sleep. michael is doing a game show too. >> it was awesome. great fun. >> how many times do they tell the studio to turn the cell phones off? >> every other >> great photos. >> thank you. >> you will want the wisn app. if you want to sneak out the office to grab a bite to eat grab the umbrella. showers linger into the weekend
weather. i think part of that time frame could be a washout. milder days will be returning sunday and monday. it is easy to see that the roads are damp here. i wouldn't be surprised with the drizzle of the light rain hanging around throughout the morning. 51 cool degrees. dew points in the 40s. it is let's start with a twirl in the atmosphere. low pressure over the great lakes right now and spinning the showers in our direction. we may catch a few dry hours in the morning. the showers spinning in this afternoon. keep the umbrella on stand by for the day. a few showers will be pushed in
the afternoon and showers from time to time. no thunderstorms are expected. maybe a mini downpour and scooting to the southwest. most of tonight looks dry. we go cloudy, partly cloudy past 10:00 p.m. here is the weather watch 12 week ahead. dry headed our way on thursday and more hours for friday, saturday especially in the morning, midday trying to dry out by sunday and the early part of next week is warm and 70 on tuesday. >> a delay in the case against a man accused of setting off a bomb in new york. tim, why has his court date been canceled? >> it's because ahmad rahami is still unconscious this morning. he was supposed to be in court later today, but that has to wait. the arraignment has been postponed. so far officials have not rescheduled.
the shoot outwith the police. he's facing federal charges, including using a weapons of mass destruction and bonling a public place. >> tim, new this morning, families whose homes were damaged in an explosion could be getting help. they exploded in maryland last month, a group raised more than handed out to help with the funeral expenses and more. >> hundreds of people are forced from their homes in the california wild fire. it is called the loma fire. 1500 acres have burned so far and hundreds of buildings are in danger and the fire is only 5% contained. a hundred firefighters are working on the fire. >> developing this morning, police in greenfield are using a
robber. the thief left behind d.n.a. on a hot dog. the surveillance cameras show the robbery. the suspect grabbed a hot dog and a struggle with the clerk and during the struggle, this is great video here, the hot dog fell into the cash register drawer. when the police arrived the hot dog was swabbed for d.n.a. >> your mom t chew with you mouth full, don't rob with your mouth full. >> don't rob at all. this isn't the first time they hit the gas station, they are responsible for robberies from greenfield to white fish bay. the police arrested one suspect based on the fingerprints. >> a florida woman is reunited
disappearing. penny howard spent 8 years wondering what happened. pia was picked up by animal control and thanks to a micro chip they found her. >> they said they found your dog. i was in total shock. if i could only get her >> wow, that is a long time for a dog missing. reunion with the dog was the best day of her life and excited to spoil the dog now. wisn 12 news time now is 4:54. touching story going viral this morning. >> heart broken man on the way to his sister's funeral gets pulled over and what the trooper did. >> making sure your children stay healthy, the goal of a new
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the back of the coasters works the best. passing stones more than 60% of the sometime. >> the backseats are the fastest on the roller coaster. >> i don't know if i'm going to ride it with kidney stones though. i need to be in a doctor's office. >> well, we all know the phrase happy wife happy life. researchers found that people with unhappy spo physical ailments and didn't exercise and rated their health as poor. unhappy people make you unhealthy. >> good morning, welcome to "wisn 12 news this morning." i'm ben wagner. >> i'm melinda davenport.
september 28th. right now the days to the november election are narrow and how the candidates are looking to sway the voters in wisconsin. >> changes could be coming to how much money you make. a local leaders meeting today in efforts to change the minimum wage. we are on weatherwatch 12 and matt is on deck. good morning, jeremy. >> good morning. the first thing to notice, the southeast wisconsin. not a lot of rain showing up. a little left over drizzle and sprinkles. the rain is turning off for a time this morning and a few showers are spinning in. there it is, a glisten from the road. 51 degrees in milwaukee. it is cool slash chilly outside. grab a jacket before leaving