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[captioning made possible by wisn-tv] [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] >> now on wisn 12 news. >> it's just awfully good that someone with the temperament of donald trump is not in charge of the law in our county. >> cause you'd be in jail sheldon: the nominees didn't b presidential debate. democrat hillary clinton and republican donald trump hit at each other over health care, e-mails, and the video controversy that's been making headlines all weekend. the election is now less than a month away and the nominees are fighting for every vote. adrienne: the fireworks starting tonight even before the debate. donald trump meeting publicly with 3 women, who accuse former president bill clinton of rape or unwanted advances then bringing the women to the debate. apparently trying to deflect from the bombshell video tape
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you've heard it by now he makes lewd comments about women. also on that tape was today show personality billy bush. tonight nbc suspended bush, for his role in the 2005 conversation. as abc's karen travers shows us the video was the first issue tonight. karen: straight out of the gate the tension was clear no handshake between the two bitter rivals. donald trump under fire for that 2005 audio recording, with his crude comments about women. talk. i'm not proud of it. i apologized to my family, i apologized to the american people. karen: hillary clinton with days to prep her response saying trump is not fit to be president. ms. clinton: i think it's clear to anyone who heard it that it's representing exactly who he is. karen: and then 15 minutes in, trump goes nuclear accusing former president bill clinton of sexual misconduct. mr. trump: if you look at bill
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karen: hillary clinton not willing to engage, ms. clinton: i'm reminded of what my friend, michelle obama, advised us all. when they go low, you go high karen: the two candidates battled it out over clinton's emails and private server. >> it's just awfully good that someone with the temperament of donald trump is not in charge of the law in our country. >> because you'd be in jail. karen: a may have avoided federal income tax. >> did you use that loss to avoid paying income tax? >> of course i do. she complains that donald trump took advantage of the tax code. why didn't you change it when you were senator? karen: and monday it is back to the battlegrounds. hillary clinton campaigns in ohio while donald trump is next door in pennsylvania. but no doubt this debate will loom large on the campaign trail.
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adrienne: neither candidate has any stops scheduled in wisconsin right now. but clinton's daughter chelsea will campaign for her mother in racine tomorrow. she'll speak at the living light community center at 1:45 p.m. everyone is invited, but you're asked to rsvp online. october surprises are shaking up the race for president. what's the fallout for wisconsin republicans, given the damaging tape of donald trump? mike gousha has the story, tonight on upfront. >> speaker paul ryan disinvited donald trump to his big event in elkhorn saturday. how embarrassing is this for wisconsin's republican leadership, ryan, reince priebus, governor walker, who have backed trump? i'll ask conservative commentator brian fraley, tonight on upfront. plus, my interview with former presidential candidate, bernie sanders. why he's backing his onetime rival, hillary clinton, and his message to his supporters. plus, the republican state
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it's all coming up tonight at 11:00, right here on upfront. sheldon: developing story we are following in milwaukee. a popular musician and jazz club owner who was initially reported missing was eventually found murdered inside his business. as christina palladino reports, the community he tried to rebuild is stunned to hear of his death. christina: don lewis was a well-known jazz musician in milwaukee. he opened the young urban jazz cafe near 24th and fond du lac last year after owning the building for years. it was a life long dream but not without struggles. wisn 12 news spoke with lewis a year ago after his club was intentionally set on fire. >> we're trying to keep musicians working right here in milwaukee. we're trying to do everything we can to keep the music alive. christina: sadly lewis' body was found hidden inside his jazz club saturday night. the 65-year-old was reported missing after his family hadn't heard from him since friday. >> he was real nice, he was real
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though. christina: wilson tells me she often went to the jazz club. after the club was destroyed by a fire lewis vowed to stay in this north side neighborhood. >> wanted to put the community back together that's why he re-built to make sure that everyone had a place to go to and change the atmosphere over here. christina: wilson says lewis was passionate about music. that passion was evident when we talked with him last october. milwaukee police tell 12 news they do have a person of interest in custody and they are investigating the circumstances su at the police administration building, christina palladino, wisn 12 news. sheldon: milwaukee police need your help solving a deadly shooting. a 32-year-old man was shot in front of comments nightclub near 53rd and hampton. police responded just before 3:00 this morning. mpd released these images of three men they think might've been involved. and here's the other one. police say they were driving a dark, 4-door sedan. if you know anything about the
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milwaukee police are also investigating another deadly shooting. around 1:00 this morning, a man in his 20's was shot near 27th and hope avenue. he died at the scene. adrienne: a deadly 24 hours on local roads, with fatal crashes in four communities. the first happened at 51st and auer in milwaukee, just after midnight. you can see the debris left behind. police say a car ran a stop sign, then crashed into another vehicle before slamming into a light pole. a woman in the car died others the person in the other car is going to be ok. in racine county, a pedestrian killed while walking on state highway 32. a driver hit the 20-year-old man around 4:30 this morning, north of chicory road in mount pleasant. the area does not have any street lights. the driver of the car is cooperating with the investigation. in kenosha county, the driver of a jeep grand cherokee died, after slamming into a tree.
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the impact. the crash happened on county trunk highway n.n., in salem, around 12:30 this morning. police believe speed and alcohol contributed. and a man killed this afternoon, when his car hit a wall on northbound highway 45, at watertown plank road. sheldon: on average, 100 milwaukee infants die before their first birthday. that's according to city statistics. but officials want to cut that rate by 10% in the upcoming year. they teamed up with health professionals and local church this year's strong baby sabbath educated parents about preventable causes of infant deaths, like premature birth and unsafe sleeping areas. mayor barrett: the challenge we have is that we have seen greater decrease in the white community than in the african-american community and that means that in some neighborhoods we've got an infant mortality rate that's three times higher than in other parts of the city. sheldon: babies should sleep alone, on their back, in a crib
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adrienne: you need to check your freezer because an ice cream treat is being recalled. sheldon: plus, 30 people had to be rescued from the water after their boat tipped over. lindsey: and temperatures are falling fast. what gear the kiddos should have as they head to school tomorrow morning, that's ahead in weatherwatch 12. plus this -- >> wedding is derailed by hurricane matthew. we will tell you their backup land and where they spent their
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announcer: leading the way with important local coverage. you're watching wisn 12 news at 10:00 with sheldon dutes, adrienne pedersen, weather watch 12 meteorologist lindsey slater and stephanie sutton with big 12 sports. wisn 12 news at 10:00 continues. sheldon: breaking news. a south korean news agency is temporarily halted production of galaxy note 7 phones after replacement devices catch fire. samsung has recalled millions of phones since september, after several of them caught fire. the company provided replacements, but now there are reports of those phones catching fire as well. samsung has not confirmed that it is suspending production of the phones. adrienne: nearly three dozen people are hurt, after a commuter train crash on long island. the train side-swiped another train that was doing maintenance
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about 600 people were on board. >> we were on the third car, we were sleeping the next thing we know and i guess on the left handside of the rail so we hopped up the rail and the door came ripped off. adrienne: crews are trying to clear at least part of the track in time for tomorrow morning's busy commute. in california, a community is in mourning. sheldon: t job, and two of them died. as abc's adrienne bankert shows us the slain officers are a new mom, and a veteran just weeks from retirement. reporter: tonight a community heart broken. >> i am awake in a nightmare right now. reporter: palm springs police responding to a domestic disturbance call saturday afternoon negotiating with 26-year-old john felix inside his mother's home. minutes later, three officers are shot, two killed.
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35-year-old veteran of the force and father of 8, was set to retire in 2 months. and 27-year-old lesley zerebny, just back from maternity leave. she leaves behind a four month old daughter. >> to witness her husband in full uniform kiss her on the forehead for the last time. reporter: suspect john felix, finally taken in custody after a 12 hour standoff. felix will be arraigned on first-degree murder charges later this month. these 2 officers are the first to die in the line of duty in palm springs in more than 50 sheldon: 30 people were rescued, after the sailboat they were riding on flipped over in san francisco bay. right now, investigators are still trying to figure out why the boat capsized. some victims were trapped underneath the overturned hull. there were a lot of other boats nearby because of fleet week which means the victims quickly got help. >> this could have been really really catastrophic. we had 30 people in the water
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than any other day during the year. sheldon: a five-year-old was given cpr, but is in stable condition tonight. adrienne: a dessert that you might be reaching for right about now is being recalled. nestle is recalling boxes of drumstick ice cream treats, because of possible listeria contamination. so far, there are no reports of anyone getting sick. the recall affects 16 and 24-count packs, containing vanilla ice cream. all of them have best before' dates between june second and june 19 of next year. we have a list of the exact packages on our website, wisn.com. gasoline prices are rising. the new lundberg survey says prices jumped four cents over the past two weeks nationwide. in our area, the average price for regular unleaded is $2.22 a gallon. that's three cents higher than last week. sheldon: 18 people in four states died when hurricane matthew ripped through the
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the storm isn't a hurricane tonight, but it left behind flooding that's still causing problems. in north carolina, the coast guard rescued several people from rooftops today, after they were stranded by high water. in georgia, president obama has granted a disaster declaration for 30 counties. this is a look at some of the damage in the city of savannah. the storm was much worse on the island of haiti. where more than 500 people were killed. wisconsin is sending help to those hit by hurricane matthew. a red cross emergency response morning, making its way to georgia. it was just one of 95 emergency vehicles filled with volunteers from across the country. volunteers are ready to distribute food, water and supplies. >> you feed 'em through the window over there, take care of their needs, whatever needs to be done. sometimes they'll send us out with cleanup kits, rakes, shovels, etc.
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volunteers from wisconsin are now helping in that red cross zone. adrienne: a shorewood couple was supposed to be officially married by now. hurricane matthew had other plans. we caught up with them today as they figured out plan b. >> there ya go. adrienne: if you asked colleen meseroll and matt chappell a week ago what they'd be doing today, it wouldn't be this. not the groom to be, but another matthew, had a surprise. >> we found out tuesday at work our wedding was possibly going to be canceled. adrienne: that possibly turned into definitely as south ro picturesque wedding, got pounded by hurricane matthew. now they're planning to hopefully wed next sunday at the original spot. >> right now get us to the altar . just get us married we're just ready for this day. adrienne: as if weddings aren't stressful enough. thirty of their guests canceled because of the date change. but the couple is just trying to laugh about it.
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engraved 10/9/16 so i just brought it back to our jeweler and he's going to engrave ?plus 7.? an upside to the hassle. one of them is a giants fan, the others a packers fan. so they spent their would be wedding day at lambeau. and lindsey it's a cool night in lambeau. lindsey: right now to still going on. that parking lot is packed. i don't think anyone is going to work tomorrow, or else they're going to be tired. although it is the packers. why not, right? temperatures are falling even a bit faster than i dissipated. i expect temperatures to be pretty chilly for tomorrow morning. make sure a jacket is part of your arsenal. we are going to be warmer during the day for tomorrow, and tuesday.
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chances on tuesday. it will be spotty. i will not rule out isolated showers. big rain chances will be wednesday of this week. then we are talking a sharp cooldown is temperatures plunge for thursday. just know we are going to start the week on a warm note. by the end of the week, it will be more all like -- fall-like. we cleared out nicely. the skies are nice and the winds have calmed down. that is a perfect recipe for radiation all cooling -- radiat ional cooling. when conditions are like this, it happens a lot quicker. let's talk future temperatures. overnight into tomorrow morning, we are going to start the day in the mid-40's. even this weather model is not picking up on this recent trend.
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tomorrow morning. it will feel a little cool. the past couple mornings have been nice and cool. by 9:30, 10:00 in the morning, we get back into the normal stuff. you can see that in waukesha, kenosha, racine. tomorrow, i'm expecting highs in the mid and upper 60's. even some 70's near janesville. by monday night, temperatures will have but not as cool as it has been in the past few nights. you might have just let this one go over the weekend, but honestly, i think you just have tomorrow, and maybe tuesday if you need to mow the lawn. rate is making a comeback. -- rain is making a comeback. it is getting into areas in minnesota right now. wednesday, it is going to be right on top of us. that warm front we had earlier
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nicely tomorrow. once that cold front starts getting interesting ideas and heading toward southeastern wisconsin, then we see some of the rain beginning. nice and sunny for your monday. should not see any issues as far as rain, or even a lot of cloud cover until the end of the day. you see some rain overawed toward the west overnight monday into tuesday. we get a little spotty showers on your tuesday late morning, early afternoon. i need to mention it, because there is that chance. as you can see, tuesday night, things are clearing up nicely. wednesday, we get that cold front. for now, near 56 degrees. overnight, temperatures dropping fast. we are sitting at 50 degrees. we should see the lows near 45
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morning. wednesday is the real day that we will see some good showers. by thursday, the highest just 54 degrees. we get back up into the mid-60's by the weekend. bundle up. adrienne: an effort to make it safer in every school in wisconsin. sheldon: in our next half hour, one local girl with that robert hurt family to take action. workers: he campaigned as a job creator
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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. for people like me. for people like me. people like me. russ: i'm russ feingold and i approve this message because wisconsin's middle class
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menards. dan: quinten rollins and ladarious gunter were the starting cornerbacks for your packers tonight against the giants because of injuries to starters sam shields and damarious randall. the two young corners have held up well so far. packers leave 23-9 in the fourth order. aaron rodgers pass for two touchdowns in the first order.
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goals. we will have highlighted postgame reaction in the next half hour. if there is a surprise team in the nfl so far, the vikings are that team. now 5-and-0, despite losing teddy bridgewater and adrian peterson for the season. today at home against the texans, marcus sherels returned the punt for a touchdown, and minnesota rolled 31-to-13. the lions are now 2-and-3, and they bounced the eagles from the ranks of the unbeatens the 4th quarter fumble by philly set up matt prater for the go-ahead field goal late. eagles rookie quarterback carson wentz had never thrown an nfl interception, until right there. the lions hang on for the 24-to-23 win. the bears are all alone in last place at 1-and-4 after a loss at indianapolis today. chicago led in the 4th quarter, before andrew luck found t.y. hilton and the colts hang on for a 29-to-23 win. {dan} the badgers have 5 more days to prepare for their biggest test of the season, hosting second
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that will be a matchup of two of the best defenses in the country. the badgers currently rank fifth in scoring defense. it's no surprise that the front seven has been stout, but the real surprise is how the inexperienced secondary has held up. that group has rallied around first-year coach jim leonhard. >> a love the way he coaches. i think he gives them things that are tangible that they can truly take them and set of trying to knowledge. he is trying to figure out ways he can help them. he is a good coach, and that lends itself to a good recipe where guys can get better. dan: you can see the badgers take on the buckeyes only right here on wisn 12. kickoff at 7:00 p.m. next saturday. make sure to join join drew olson and me live from madison at 6:30 on big 12 sports saturday. and, a big day for waukesha's jarred kelenic, who hit a 2-run homer to lead team usa to a 6-to-1 win over cuba in the gold medal game of the 18 and under
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kelenic was named the mvp of the tournament. adrienne: a showdown in st. louis. sheldon: presidential nominees donald trump and hillary clinton squared off in the big debate. the issues they covered and where they had next. adrienne: a young girl who was saved because her mom you knew cpr. what they're doing now to make that life in skill available in
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>> now, on wisn 12 news. adrienne: one month until america goes to the polls, and the nominees for president go on the attack. sheldon: republican donald trump and democrat hillary clinton faced off in their second debate which you saw right here on wisn 12. the nominees did not shake hands when they walked out onto the debate stage. and then the gloves came off. the first issue the 2005 recording of trump, that has been making headlines all weekend. trump defending himself by pointing the finger at hillary clinton's husband, the former president. ms. clinton: what we all saw and

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