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right now, another milestone in the bucks arena project. >> mass evacuations and how the storm is affecting millions across the country. >> the latest on hurricane matthew is up next. >> a first to the morning come mite and the local forecast. here is sally. >> ta is right, i will handle cake of hurricane matthew this morning. a couple of stray showers this morning. the rain will be more of a nuisance this morning. my attention is this evening and overnight as we stand a better chance for steady and widespread rain. here is a look. a few light showers across the far southeast corner. stray showers around.
i anticipate heavy rain overnight tonight and a few rumbles of thunder. ben? >> now turning to the latest on hurricane matthew. millions of americans are in the path of the storm. >> it is close enough to u.s. and the the rain associated with matthew and also giving us the center of circulation and beginning to pick up the eye as it is making the way to northwest. nassau is here. again, huge tourist destination in the bahamas and the eye wall and the strongest winds looks like it is moving across parts of the island later this morning. let's talk about that is 30 miles down to south.
tonight or friday. right now the winds 125 miles per hour. it is forecasted to strengthen 5-15 miles per hour approaching the east coast of florida and again that would be friday night or friday afternoon and uncertainly if it is going to continue inland a few miles or curving up the coast and out to sea. right now, all interests along the southeast coast keeping tabs on a major hurricane. we have the latest coming morning long. back to you. jeremy, thank you. >> thousands of americans are evacuating before the hurricane makes landfall. some of the highs along the coast are reversed allowing the traffic to head inland. people are taking the storm seriously down there. >> and they should be. hurricane matthew is triggering states of emergency and
now. people are scrambling for supplies and food and bottled water and homes are bottled and thousands are standing by to help. anyone who decides to shelter in place could risk their lives. hurricane matthew left behind damage in haiti and more than 3,000 homes there were destroyed and at least 16 people died because of this storm that made landfall in cuba this storm is barrelling down on the bahamas and there are 3500 tourists right now. stay with us on the air and wisn.com as we track hurricane matthew. ben, back to you. >> tim, hurricane matthew is leading to flight cancellations across the country. here's a live look at mitchell international airport in
one cancelation for a southwest airlines flight to orlando. flight aware.com says more than 1500 flights have been canceled today through friday. more than 200 are flights in and out of chicago. hurricane matthew is impacting a lot of people in florida. >> that is right. we have a crew from our sister station wesh. a good morning, i'm in and we are 60 miles east of orlando. this is one of the evacuation areas in the state of florida. every living here is told the evacuate. 1.5 million told to relocate in the storm. we are a block away from the beach. the surf shop here, it is open 24 hours a day, already posting a sign saying they are closed for the hurricane.
prepare for the storm. the central florida schools are closed today and tomorrow as are colleges and universities and many people without gas. the gas stations are running out of fuel and empty shelves at the grocery stores. the emergency officials plan on wind gusts up to 130 miles per hour here in cobe now back to you. >> thank you, brett. abc news has a team of reporters in the bahamas, florida, and the carolinas. look for complete coverage of hurricane matthew today on "good morning america. that's starting at 7:00 a.m. >> turning now to traffic watch 12. >> let's head over to matt salemme for a check of your morning commute. good morning, matt. >> good morning, guys. we are looking down at the
coming together. it is busy but moving. travel times... just a tap on the brake at national. otherwise, we are in decent shape across the system. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> thank you, matt. >> you'll soon notice another big change in downtown milwaukee. as crews continue working on the new bucks arena, a long-time parking garage is coming down. wisn 12 news' mike anderson is live this morning with a look >> ben, today is the last day that drivers will be able to park in this city-owned parking structure here at fourth and highland. you've probably parked in this garage many times over the years during special events at the b-mo harris bradley center, turner hall, or uw-m panther arena. as of tomorrow, this structure will be closed permanently. it will eventually be demolished.
arena district. and in this live picture, you can see that work on the new arena is well underway. this is all in the shadow of the b-mo harris bradley center which will also come down before long. the new arena should be ready to go by fall 2018. live in milwaukee, mike anderson, wisn 12 news. >> lots of construction thank you. >> this morning, milwaukee police are still trying to track down the driver of a hit and run that left a woman in critical condition. this happened yesterday morning near cesar chavez drive and greenfield avenue early yesterday morning. police hope newly released surveillance video will with their investigation. if you recognize the car, you're asked to call police. >> police are also still looking for whoever stabbed an elderly man to death outside his own home. the daughter of 74-year-old
a man to move his car because the vehicle was blocking his garage. after a brief argument, davis was stabbed. he died at the hospital. >> later today, drug abuse will be front and center at a meeting with lawmakers and medical experts from across wisconsin. attorney general brad schimmel plans to discuss drug treatment programs and ways to raise awareness on the heroin epidemic. the medical examiner reports milwaukee county is on pace to see 320 overdose deaths this year. the state will hold a drug take back day saturday, october 22nd. you can drop off unused prescription drugs at 270 sites around the state. again, drug abuse front and center with the experts from across wisconsin. >> in commitment 2016 coverage now, both donald trump and hillary clinton are gearing up for the second presidential debate this weekend. wisn 12 news' nikole killion is
>> tonight donald trump will hold a town hall in new hampshire though some campaign observers see as a test-run. it comes just days before trump and hillary clinton face-off in a town hall style debate. meanwhile, hillary clinton is keeping her public schedule clear ahead of the big event. both candidates also weighed in on the vp debate and their running mate's performance. >> mike pence did an incredible job and i'm getting a lot of credit because that's really my first so-called choice, that was my first hire. >> i thought tim did a great job. pence just bobbed and weaved tried to get out of the way, because after all, trying to defend donald trump is an impossible task. >> mike pence and tim kaine are both back on the trail today in pennsylvania. kaine also heads west for a campaign event in nevada.
>> thank you. >> the next presidential debate is this weekend at washington university in st louis. you can watch it live right here on wisn 12, sunday night at 8:00. ben? >> political signs are popping up all over this election season. but one man from wauwatosa says someone deliberately vandalized his yard sign. wisn 12 news tim elliott is here. and tim, now he's being ordered to take the sign down? >> michael ehrmann posted this sign to let everyone know he's not voting for hillary clinton. he paid for the sign himself, then someone vandalized it. now the city of wauwatosa is telling him to take it down. an ordinance says election signs must be smaller than 12 square feet. ehrmann's sign is about 16 square feet. alderman dennis mcbride hasn't publicly supported a candidate, and filed the complaint on behalf ehrmann's neighbors. >> everyone is entitled to a yard sign. everyone's entitled to support
choice but we just don't want signs that are a blight to the community and are really obnoxious. >> the sign stays up until i can't afford to keep it up anymore or maybe i'll reduce the size of it a little bit. >> violating the ordinance could carry a $50 fine. >> last month in the town of geneva a woman was caught on surveillance video stealing a campaign sign from someone's yard. the homeowner set up the camera after his previous signs were taken. ben, back to you. >> a birthday present nearly two decades in the making. >> coming up on "wisn 12 news this morning," what one teenager's family dug out of the ground to give as a gift. >> plus, wisconsin's hidden secrets revealed. after the break, we're taking you inside the milwaukee public museum's newest exhibit before
>> we are getting close to 6:15. this is beautiful. look at the early morning glow in the sunrise. the sunrise just before 7:00, 6:53 a.m. today. we'll see some sunshine for this morning. a couple of rain showers pivoting out of illinois. a nuisance shower o two this morning. early temperatures 52 b deer. 59 greendale. the airport 60 degrees. cooler west bend. 60 for lake geneva. you are seeing light showers and sprinkles, most of the rain and this is still light, staying in illinois. the rain time line for today, a couple of showers about this morning. most are dry. i think much of the afternoon is dry. we reach up to 73. best chances for rain and a few storms later tonight and overnight.
here is matt. >> we are flying 43 northbound, southbound, through downtown. that is fond du lac under the freeway. travel times... tapping brakes into the construction zone. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> matt, thank you. wisn 12 news time now is 6:16. >> more than a dozen counties in western wisconsiar dealing with the aftermath of flooding last month. yesterday fema inspectors surveyed the damage in places like jackson county where heavy rain caused mud slides. a federal disaster request must be filed by governor walker by october 21st. the estimated damage is about $14 million. >> 6:16. >> an nsa contractor is behind bars this morning accused of stealing government secrets. wisn 12 news is following the developments on what exactly was
tim? >> harold martin the 3rd is accused of stealing top secret material regarding national security. the 51-year-old is a contractor at the same company edward snowden worked for. officials say martin stole highly classified computer codes and government documents. he was arrested back in august after agents raided his home. yesterday the justice department charged him with theft of government property and unauthorized removal of the fbi claims martin a former navy lieutenant admitted to taking the documents but his lawyers say he did not intend to betray his country. the investigation is on going. >> back to you. >> starting later today, you can check out prince's home. but tours will be on a very limited basis. that's because officials want to review public safety and traffic concerns before allowing paisley park to operate as a museum.
home and recording studio of prince, who died there of a drug overdose in april at the age of 57. some of the tours are being cancelled. fans who bought tickets for those cancelled dates can get refunds. wisn 12 news time now is 6:18. >> new this morning, revealing the badger state's biggest secrets. that's the focus of a new exhibit opening today at the milwaukee public museum. it's called hidden wisconsin: unseen, unknown, uncovered. you can go inside a 1920's speak-easy, explore a shipwreck, learn about ancient cities, and even track prehistoric footprints! >> i would love for people to look at wisconsin with new eyes, the idea that our state is really cool and there's all sorts of science and history and facts here that a lot of people don't know about and it's so, it's such a rich history, such an interesting state. >> hidden wisconsin runs through january 8th. admission is free for museum
i like the bug was hallogram. otherwise it costs $23 for adults, 16 bucks for kids, and $18 for seniors. >> so cool just to visit there and that is so nice to see. >> i'm not going to miss that. how cool to see what the creature looked alive becoming a fossil. they talk about all kinds of stuff. >> do you want to be a tour guide? >> yes, when i retire. i love that place. here at home, we are watching light and scattered rain showers around, they are mostly in illinois this morning. a couple could be creeping into southern wisconsin. take a look at this. gorgeous this morning. this is racine. the early morning sunrise. it is 6:56 sunrise this morning.
now to the milwaukee institute of art and design. the third ward this morning, some cloudiness is filling in for us. we are looking at partly cloudy skies overall. we have had a couple of sprinkles this morning but the rain is situated to the south in illinois. a few may migrate to the north. the cool front and disturbance is coming through tonight and overnight and a substantial rain. now, our model puts the illinois rain into southern wisconsin. much of the afternoon is dry. a couple of isolated showers are possible for us. dry through the early part of the evening. the rain and storms are lining up to the west tonight. my concern tonight would be heavy downpours associated with the disturbance and the cool
well. a good rain is possible tonight. some of the showers will linger early friday morning and then clearing out and on the way to a nice october weekend. today 73 degrees. that is happening this afternoon. stray showers early. better chances for the evening and overnight. 57 tonight. 65 tomorrow. we clear. how about 57 on saturday. feels like a pumpkin picking day. the temperatures continuo 60s on monday. >> what you can do now on facebook or differently to keep your information private. >> plus a huge number of jobs available here in southeast wisconsin. the special invitation dozens of local companies have for certain
thanks for this thursday morning shoutout! >> wisn 12 is stopping by different classrooms across southeast wisconsin throughout the school year. if you're interested in getting a visit, head to wisn.com and click the school shoutout logo. then we'll try to schedule a time to have meteorologist jeremy nelson stop by! >> wisn 12 news time is 6:25. a one of a kind birthday gift for a teenager in iowa. >> when abby van metre was born her mother made a time capsule. family members wrote cards and letters. they also included newspaper clippings from the year she was born. last week abby turned 18 and finally got to see what was inside including a note from her mother and her late uncle. oh, that is so sweet. abby's parents gave her the time capsule now since she'll be leaving for college next year. i would like to see everything inside.
internet. >> new this morning, you now have a way to send super secret texts on facebook. it's called secret conversations and is featured on facebook's messenger app. the company says the texts are encrypted on the devices that they're sent from and received. to use the new feature, tap on the new conversation icon at the top right and then hit word secret. >> i thought they were already secret. >> now super secret and deleted after so no record. >> 6:26. >> coming up, we'll introduce you to the real life frenenemies. >> a security care on a crowded college campus and how the police kept the students safe. >> first, traffic watch 12. we are looking outside, news
>> right now on "wisn 12 news this morning," changes at the milwaukee police department. the new plan being voted on today impacting how officers interact with certain residents. >> but first, we are on weather watch. right now, hurricane matthew is barrelling towards florida and other southern states. millions of people are being ordered to evacuate. this morning, we have a team of reporters and meteorologists tracking the powerful storm. we're also looking at the role wisconsin is playing in the emergency response. good morning and wel t i'm ben wagner. >> and i'm melinda davenport. it's 6:30 on this thursday, october 6th. we'll get to hurricane matthew in a moment. but first, let's start with your local forecast. here's meteorologist sally severson. >> jeremy is tracking hurricane matthew. take a look at the beautiful skies. we'll see the clouds continuing to fill in for us throughout the
a few 50s on the map. the skies are mostly cloudy. overall we staying dry. we have had a couple of sprinkles across the counties. otherwise partly cloudy. the rain heavy rain holds off until tonight an overnight. here is a look at the network. the clouds are filling in and there are showers in place. most of the action is staying across northern illinois. today is dry, just a slight stronger tomorrows are tonight. >> a massive storm is heading for florida this morning. hurricane matthew already caused serious problems in haiti and right now, it's slamming the bahamas. meteorologist jeremy nelson is tracking the storm. >> it is a storm easy to pick
the radar is picking up the rain associated with it, the center is close to nassau and they are going to see some of the worst winds associated with matthew. further strengthening and it is going to make landfall or coming near it. there will be a tremendous tonight and friday and riding the coast up to the northeast. we helicopter to watch the new data flowing in from the hurricane center and we'll pass the updates along before the end of the show. >> now, turning to the damage already done by matthew. wisn 12 news' tim elliott has the latest details.
>> so far, southern haiti has been hit the hardest by the hurricane. take a look, it's been cut off from the rest of the country because a crucial bridge collapsed in the storm. people are not only dealing with destruction and flooding after the massive storm but they're trapped on both sides of haiti, some are unable to get home, some can't reach their families. hundreds of homes in haiti have flooded, more than 300,000 people are in shelters this morning. haiti was supposed to hold elections on sunday, but officials have put the election on hold while they deal with the devastation. >> tim, thank you. >> new this morning, some help from wisconsin is on the way to those impacted by hurricane matthew. mike anderson is live downtown now with the latest. mike. >> good morning melinda. the folks in the south will need a lot of help and 18 red cross volunteers and staff members from the badger state are being deployed this week. some are already on their way
others leave today and tomorrow. one of the team members is from madison. she says she'll be working at an emergency shelter in south carolina. >> this is kinda becoming my advocation. i was an emt for 20 years as a volunteer. i kinda aged myself out of that so i was looking for something exciting and you feel like you're doing something for somebody. in south carolina for two weeks. the red cross says the rapidly changing situation could impact its response. everyone who is being deployed has gone through special training. >> mike, thank you. abc news has a team of reporters in the bahamas, florida, and the carolinas. look for complete coverage today on "good morning america."
>> now to traffic watch 12. matt? >> melinda, we are 94 eastbound, the head lights are bunched upcoming down the hill headed to milwaukee county. travel times... that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> thank you, matt. morning." >> looking ahead, milwaukee police are making some changes. chief ed flynn is signing off on new rules for interacting with transgender people. the new policy will be presented to the board of fire and police commissioners later today. the policy defines some key terms like transgender, intersex and more. and it outlines how police officers should interact with transgender people to make sure everyone is treated fairly and with dignity. >> milwaukee public schools
parents, students and community members will gather for walk-ins later today. organizers say the walk-ins give people an opportunity to work together to demand full funding for public schools. more than 100 local schools are taking part along with more than 2,000 schools across the country. >> later today, milwaukee county is holding a job fair for veterans. there will be more than 80 employers there from trucking companies to state and local government to the brewers. the fair starts at 9:00 a.m. at the milwaukee war memorial. it runs until 1:00 p.m. there is free parking for anyone attending. >> wisn 12 news time now is 6:36. a popular reality series is rolling into town. >> an episode of "the bachelor" is reportedly being filmed in milwaukee today. what you'll have to do this morning if you want to be part of the show. >> plus, a fugitive is behind bars this morning all thanks to his sweet tooth. the role a doughnut may have
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but already i will aluminum nating the skies. we have had light sprinkles this morning. those have ended. we tall for a mix of sun and clouds. the temperatures are mild. i think we reach up to 74. tonight. matt? >> sally, we are over 894. you can see traffic is heavy passing under beloit road. we turn the camera and the delays start between cold spring and beloit.
that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> thank you, matt. 6:40. >> new this morning, an unusual rescue mission in pennsylvania after a horse gets stuck in the mud. >> dozens of people worked together to get the animal free. the owner of the farm says the horse was walking in water when it got stuck. poor baby. then it panicked which only made the situation worse. rescue crews had to sedate the horse. they were able to get the animal out of the muck. >> new this morning, a fugitive is caught in new mexico all thanks to his sweet tooth. >> police in hobbs say 35-year-old gregory mendoza was arrested outside a bakery. the takedown happened minutes after mendoza allegedly stole a doughnut. you can't do that. it turns out the suspect was wanted on ten pending charges ranging from traffic violations to animal cruelty. >> that makes me want a donut
>> wisn 12 news time is 6:41. a real-life adventure one woman wishes she could forget. >> she fell off a huge cliff while hiking with her dog. what she had around her neck that may have saved her life. >> then, a little boy's curiosity almost gets the best of him. why one family is calling a driver their hero.
>> we are in at 15 minutes fo morning. local weather is coming up in a moment. we are talking hurricane matthew. it is a monster storm. >> it strengthened overnight. it is a category 3 hurricane. we are showing you where it is at on the radar and close enough to the united states we are picking it up on the radar. >> and using our own graphic system and computer outlook.
hurricane southeast of miami. instead of using the national hurricane center, this is brand new data coming in, this is making laft between west palm beach and fort pierce. it is considered landfall, look at this, the bands pretty close to the eye wall would be near orlando. >> absolutely. it is hugging the shores up to georgia. >> and the the land. >> can't say enough how dangerous it is. >> yes, that is why they have the evacuations in place. >> hurricane matthew is about to impact millions of americans. tim, some people are being told to leave their homes. >> two million people along the coast of florida, georgia, and the carolinas are being urged to evacuate as the powerful storm gets closer. that's leading to long lines at
the category three storm pounded the bahamas overnight. wisn 12 news' nikole killion is in washington with a look at how the u.s. government is preparing for what's next. >> tim, president obama is saying now is the time to prepare for hurricane matthew and heed the add viesz of the local authorities. fema has response teams on the ground. storm killed more than a dozen expected to reach florida's coast tonight. nearly two million people are urged to evacuate there and other states, south carolina's governor is calling for more evacuations today. >> thank you. >> again, hurricane matthew is still a category three storm. the last category three storm or higher to hit the united states was wilma in 2005. it made landfall in southwest florida killing five people.
>> abc news has a team of reporters in the bahamas, florida, and the carolinas. look for complete coverage today on "good morning america." that's starting at 7:00 a.m. >> we are on traffic watch and we are joining matt up in news chopper 12. hey, matt. >> this is 84th street under the freeway. we have a little bit of brake tapping approaching the zoo interchange ramps. this is 84th street past the 14 minutes 94 eastbound. heavy into milwaukee county. 11 minutes northbound bypass. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> thank you. new this morning, we're taking you behind-the-scenes of abc's hottest new show. z
on wisn 12. the drama centers on the symbiotic relationship between a powerhouse tv producer and a charismatic defense attorney. i talked to the real-life frienemies who inspired the series. former "larry king live" producer wendy walker and a-list lawyer mark geragos. >> it's a little surreal to watch it though, but we like watching ourselves since daniel is so handsome and piper is so beautiful and so intelligent. it's kinda fun being able to watch them together. right, you can rough off life's edges with these two. >> you can watch an all-new episode of "notorious" tonight at eight followed by "how to get away with murder" and "wisn 12 news at ten." >> new this morning, fans of the bachelor, we've got good news for you. >> the series is reportedly filming in milwaukee today! country singer chris lane tweeted that he's playing a concert in milwaukee at nine tonight. he wrote it's for a taping of an
a green bay radio station is reporting that it's an episode of "the bachelor." this seems likely because the new bachelor is waukesha native nick viall. so it's possible this is all part of a hometown visit. or part of a group date. >> will be on upcoming episode of an abc >> it is not online? >> no, it is not available. chris lane tweeted contact information for anyone who wants to rsvp. we have the details posted on the 12 news app. something tells me -- >> if you see him around town, shoot us a message. people think we get all of the information, we don't.
we know the same as you do with the abc and programming. here at home, keeping our eye on the spotty showers and what is happening in florida, potentially a rough day for florida tomorrow. sea world is closed and disney world is assessing the situation. here at home, a couple of stray showers this morning. otherwise i think we put together a good looking day. here is a look at the showers prevalent across northern and north central illinois. a few may clip us in southern wisconsin. most of the action is staying to the south. right now 60. the winds are calm. we keep on eye on the spotty showers for this morning. the model is putting in more than that is dhully going to happen. we look at cloudy skies by 5:00. a couple of stray showers.
tonight. showers and storms are lining up well to the west associated with the cool front and coming through the evening and overnight and early tomorrow morning. this is at 2:00. i anticipate periods of heavy rain tonight, downpours, and ael thunder. probably not severe. it is going to weaken once the sun sets. the showers linger tomorrow morning. dry by tomorrow afternoon. on the way to a nice for today, pleasant temperatures. a few showers this morning. chances of storms and rain tomorrow. we clear out later tomorrow. 65. 50s on saturday. a nice day to get out. pick a pumpkin on sunday. temperatures in the 60s. matt? >> we have a peek at the sun cracking the horizon.
things are busy in certain areas. typical stuff on the roadways. grab the shades. you will need them for a bit. travel times... that's a look at the morning commute. back to you. >> new this morning, a sheriff's office in california is mourning after a suspect shot and killed a deputy. wisn 12 news' tim elliott is newsroom. tim? overnight, a long procession of law enforcement cars escorted the officer's body to the coroner's office. the sheriff's sergeant was responding to a burglary at a home near los angeles. he was the first one on the scene. officials say the burglary suspect shot him. when a deputy showed up, the suspect jumped into a squad car and tried to escape. there was a shooting and a crash and the suspect ran off. police say he ended up inside a
hostage for some time. those teenagers were able to let investigators know that the suspect was inside and he was arrested. >> breaking news in southeast wisconsin, the fbi and other law enforcement agencies are currently engaged in what is called a significant gang enforcement operation in racine and kenosha. there is no danger to the public right now. if you are seeing a lot of law enforcement officers in neighborhood in racine or kenosha, that is what is happening right now. we'll helicopter with updates throughout the day. >> thank you, tim. >> new this morning, a texas driver is being called a hero for finding a five-year-old boy wandering near a busy highway. several drivers stopped when they saw alex chavez close to the highway. roberto serrano is the one who finally caught up with him. he grabbed alex and rolled away from the road.
fell here and all i did was roll back to get out of the street. the truck stopped right there. >> alex's dad says this isn't the first time he's run off on his own. the father has medical issues and isn't always able to chase after him. he says he's grateful that serrano stopped and kept his son safe. >> new this morning, a hiker in oregon survives a terrible fall with the help of a gadget. jen edwards and her dog ruben set off for an eight-day hike last month. it was her first time backpacking alone. about ten miles in, edwards fell about 60 feet and landed in a creek. she had a broken neck, a concussion and more injuries. she also had a satellite device around her neck that she used to send out an sos message. >> i was very much in the mind set that i am not going to die here and i had to stay calm. >> the dog found her and kept her warm. nearly a day after she fell,
now she's paying it forward by raising money to get rescue crews more of the satellite communicators that saved her life. >> wisn 12 news time now is 6:56. "good morning america" has the headlines coming up. >> look at this, a gorgeous shot of the sunrise. we have a final check on the commute and the forecast coming
>> good morning. 6:58. looking at 94 northbound, southbound. no trouble rolling through are racine. regular delays into downtown. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> and a few clouds are filling in for us this morning, a chance of atr and better chance of rain and storms overnight. now the showers end tomorrow morning. breezy and cooler. the weekend is looking nice. >> people living in kenosha and racine, there is a big law enforcement operation going on right now.
track hurricane matthew making its way to u.s. as well. have a great morning. see yo good morning, america. breaking right now, deadly hurricane matthew plows through the caribbean marching toward the u.s. >> we want you to evacuate. we do not want you to stay. >> millions evacuated from florida to north carolina. fleeing the coast in bumper-to-bumper traffic, store shelves emptying. schools closing for millions of kids. thousands of flights cancelled. our team on the ground as the southeast braces for matthew. bashing bill. donald trump's new line of attack. >> oh, did bill clinton blow it. oh, did he blow it. >> you've got this crazy system. >> going after the former president for comments on obama care. and praising himself for mike pence's debate performance. >> i'm getting a lot of credit.