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reduce stress and make you happy. moderation is key. 83% of americans say they drink coffee. i didn't start drinking coffee until after college though. i was well into adulthood and doing the tv news. >> i started in college. the first class. >> it is gross when you start out. >> there's some deals today the screen here dunkin' donuts is offering a discount. and chick-fil-a is offering a free iced coffee with a purchase today. >> do you think national coffee day after national beer day is a coincidence? >> i don't know. probably not.
>> good morning. great to have you with us on "wisn 12 news this morning." i'm ben wagner. >> i'm melinda davenport. it is thursday, september 29th. a shooting on a school playground leaves two students and a teacher hurt. who is credited for tackling the gunman before shooting more children. >> another sign of the season, crews are getting you ready for leaves to the street. >> first, a cool and windy start to the day. sally, the leaves are starting to fall, sal? >> it is going to be raining leaves soon enough, especially with the gusty winds in place. blustery much of the day today. a look at the marquette interdhang. the winds are north 20, gusting up to 35 miles per hour.
or a hat or a head band. it is a windy warm up, the temperatures mid 60s. we see hit or miss clouds. clouds are more stubborn here in the south. the low pressure is persisting over the next few days over the ohio valley. >> both hands on the wheel this morning with the winds. the pavement is dry. th v moving nicely. right now on the other side of town... no crashes out there on the system right now. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> thanks, matt. later today charges are expected against the man suspected of killing his girlfriend in glendale. tim is has a look ahead.
19-year-old naya hammond was shot to death on monday in the orthopedic hospital of wisconsin. that is where she worked. she was trying to leave the live-in boyfriend after he became too controlling. the suspect was aest ared the day of the fatal shooting. we are not releasing the name because he's not charged yet. we expect the charges to come later in the day. >> with month to go until the november election, candidates are place of businessinging a fiem push in wisconsin. >> i am not running to be president of the world, i am running to be president of the united states. [cheering] >> last neekt 8,000 people showed up to hear donald trump
half of the crowd had to be turned away because of reaching maximum capacity. among the supporters, sheriff david clarke and former governor tommy thompson. now the democrats turn to meet with the wisconsin voters. tim kaine's wife is onhe to milwaukee. mike anderson is downtown. hello, mike. >> campaigning on behalf of her husband tim kaine. holton is started the day at the dmc office on the east side. that is at 10:15 this morning and headed to kenosha to the campaign office on 7th avenue.
12:15. the clinton campaign is saying it is designed to encourage people to get out and vote early. anne holton worked as a judge and lawyer and virginia secretary of education. >> hillary clinton and donald trump are focussing attention on the swing states like iowa and new hampshire this week. we are live in the agenda. >> ben, today donald trump will rally in new hampshire. that is where hillary clinton was yesterday. trump stoped in wisconsin as the camp suggests he practice for before the next debate. he dug deep into the opponent's ties to the foundation and her
all those days off and can't make it to the car. >> this is one of the strangest elections you have ever seen. i really sometimes don't know what to make of it. >> this afternoon hillary clinton is going to iowa. in washington, "wisn 12 news this morning." >> abc news has more from the campaign trail later today. look for morning america." >> you might want to add raking leaves to the to-do list. you can rake the leaves into the street starting on saturday. they have to be in the curb lanes for the crews to pick up. it is running through november 15th. after that you have to take the leaves to one of the city's self-help centers. i can't believe the leaves are
>> yes, get out and enjoy it. some of the maples go a little early. it is depending on the variety of the tree. coming up tomorrow we look at the fall color map. this morning it is 60 over 56. the winds are north at 20 and gutsing up to 32. the clouds are rolling in. they are very low overall. i expect a mix of sun a today. most will be staying dry. the temperatures are warming up to the mid 60s. the thing to note are the sustained winds in the neighborhood out of the northeast. so that's a sustained wind, gusting up to 25-30 miles per hour. weekend peek, breezy, cool, spotty showers on saturday. sunday is the weekend pick day. so a split decision for the
encountering this morning. things are quiet. the pavement is dry. this is looking good. no complaints. we are seeing green full freeway speeds. no crashes to report either. we are looking good through the construction areas as well. travel times... that's a look at the mor >> thank you, matt. >> it is the 10th annual d.o.t. roadeo. do you like that. two day event is about employees of the department of transportation and the men and women that clear the snow from the roads and fill the potholes and compete in the road repairs.
bill allowing survivors and victims of 9/11 to sue saudi arabia will now become a law. that is after the house and the senate voted to override the president's veto. what this meaning for the families. >> one family from west bend has been pushing for years to approve the act. their daughter was in new york city on business when the towers collapsed and was killed that day. now he and other families have to right to go to court and seek jus sis for the atrocities committed. >> when the protection of the american citizens comes first and foremost, it is incredibly important that you get this type bipartisan vote.
president obama's term that democrats and republicans came together to override>> a veto. ben, back to you. >> now from relief to suspicious. >> a new twist of a man rescued after a week at sea, what the police found while searching his house. >> a big today from lambeau. >> we are taking a look at hale's corners. look at this. your first sneak peek of the new china lights festival, that is all coming up next.
clouds are out there there this morning and streaming in. also star shine as well. so a mix of the sun and clouds this thursday morning. low pressure is spinning over the ohio valley. so it keeps a fair amount of clouds around. all though it is 60 at the airport. the skies are mostly cloudy. so for today t mix of sun and clouds. 66 f windy all day. matt? >> both hands on the wheel as you are driving around with the gusty winds. the pavement is dry. light volume here. take it easy out there. especially if you are a driving a high profile vehicle no. complaints right now. no delays.
that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> matt, thank you. 5:14. the investigators are looking for clues after a gunman opens fire on a school playground in in south carolina. the shooter is now in custody. tim? >> ben, we are learning more about that suspect this morning. police say he's a 14-year-old boy and also a suspect in his father's death. this happened yesterday when the recess. two students and a teacher were shot and taken to the hospital. the shooter never made it inside of a school because a volunteer firefighter tackled him. the police believe that the boy went to the school after shooting and killing his own father. as for the students and teacher that were shot, two have home and recovering and one of the
back to you. >> tim, thank you. >> a new twist in the case of a stranded boater in new england after spending a week at sea in a life raft. he's under investigation now. his mother is still missing and presumed lost at sea. the warrant of his home shows he was making the boat repairs his grandfather in back in 2013. >> today we are looking at plans for the packers title town development. the $130 million development moj sitting just went of the field. this is a hotel, brewery and ice skating rink, that is why it is looking winter in the drawing. the packers president is
they have announced a contest for winning tickets. you can enter photos for yourself or a fellow fan in six categories. they include proudest packer kid, coolest packer selfie, vacation photo, party, pose as well. fans are picture. we have posted a lining to the contest at wisn.com, just look under the as-seen on page. >> 5:17. it is an event you are not going to want to miss. china lights is opening this weekend. it is a festival and celebration of asian culture.
story entrance and all the light abouts and displays and a thousand pieces in the collection, this is for kids and adults. for more on china lights and good morning? >> good morning. what is china lights? >> it is a celebration of the chinese culture. >> now, tell the pieces that peopil >> 200 foot dragon. nemo and dori and panda, penguins, swans, birds, cranes, flowers, lots of flowers. >> it is so colorful here. when can we see this for the first time? >> saturday 5:30 p.m. >> this is going through the month?
>> perfect. thank you so much. we'll have more coming up in the next hour, but again, china lights at the botanical gardens, this is a can't miss celebration of the chinese culture. >> very cool, jeremy. i love that. >> not to mention the gardens are beautiful any ways without the >> yes. early this morning blustery northeast winds. the dishes are blowing. we get a look. we are drying today. the showers yesterday. we will look at windy conditions, waves of clouds, better chances of for rain tomorrow and setting up the
this is rotating around the ohio valley today, tonight and tomorrow and part of saturday. the clouds are continuing to roll in with the winds. we stay dry throughout the day. this area actually shifts a bit to the west, and we stand a better chance of showers tomorrow. travelling, rains going across arizona and 60 at the airport. it is windy and you will want a jacket. so we keep a fair amount of sunshine around, especially inland and north county, here in the southeast corner a fair amount of clouds throughout the day. we stay dry. a chance of a stray shower near if lake. tomorrow, you can see the low is
and spreading the scattered light rain showers into the forecast. for today, partly cloudy, windy, highs in the mid 60s. showers for tomorrow and lingering saturday. looking better on sunday. >> thank you, sal. >> she's one of the highest paid comedians in the world. >> and now she's got another title, why amy schumer a most dangerous celebrity on the internet.
>> do you heb the house in mrs. doubtfire? >> yes, and now it is up for sale in san francisco. the house is on the market 4 and a half million dollars. the home has been a memorial for the late actor robin williams. >> comedian amy schumer is the most dangerous celebrity of 2016. that is according to a study. they looked an at the celebrities that result in dangerous search results. she's the first woman to top the rankings. justin bieber is second. >> wisn 12 news time now is 5:25. water spouts on lake michigan.
>> the road to the white house passes through wisconsin. thousands of people line up to see donald trump in waukesha. why less than half of them made it through the door. >> plus, lingering concerns about water safety in milwaukee. what city leaders are doing today in the effort to make sure lead isn't poisoning your family. >> but first, weather watch 12 as we take a live look outside. a cool and breezy start to the day. we're monitoring conditions 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 5:30 on this thursday, september 29th. let's start with the forecast. meteorologist sally severson is
sal? >> take a look at the low clouds cruising in on the northeast breezes this morning. this is happening for most of the night. 60 at the airport. winds are gusting up to 32 miles per hour and the clouds continue to invade on the gusty winds and for the most part staying dry throughout the day. sustained winds in the neighborhood of 20 miles per hour. with the gusts 25-30 miles per swept. low clouds and peeks of sunshine in this morning. 66 today for the high. the showers hold off until after mid night tonight. now to matt on the way to news chopper 12. >> keep your hands on the wheel. otherwise we are quiet this morning. the construction is wrapped up. things are moving along