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what's making news in stay with us for "good morning america" and >> a firefighter hurt on the job overnight as the flames spread from one home to are facing off this morning. the harsh words that paul ryan has for donald trump and why he's backing out on campaign events. >> plus, we're on weather watch 12. we look live outside. you can expect some showers this morning and a warm day ahead. when you can lose the umbrella and the jacket. >> good morning and welcome to "wisn 12 news this morning." i'm ben wagner. >> and i'm melinda davenport. it's 4:3 on this tuesday, october 11th. let's start with the forecast. meteorologist sally severson is in the weather center. good morning, sal.
clouds overnight and a few showers and the temperatures in the 60s. 54 in waukesha. this morning, near 60 degrees, keep the umbrella around for the spotty showers. this afternoon sunshine and high 70. a couple of showers overnight. we still have a little rain over eastern iowa and it is into southern wisconsin is this morning. the showers are light overall. the showers are done by about noon and slow clearing and reach up to about 70 degrees for today. >> thank you, sal. >> when you're on the go, take the weather watch 12 forecast with you. just download the wisn 12 news app. it's free for your smartphone or tablet.
fighters fight a home fire. wisn 12 news' tim elliott is in the newsroom where details have been coming in overnight. >> a 2-alarm fire broke out late last night near 4th and concordia. four families lived in the building a total of 19 people were forced out. the red cross tweeted out last night saying that they are assisting those people. a firefighter was injured at the scene and was using a saw on the roof and lost parted of finger. they are looking into how this fire starreded. >> this week is fire prevention week and milwaukee and waukesha county are encouraging you to brush up on fire safety. there have been several fires this year at recycling facilities for milwaukee and waukesha county. officials are asking anyone with dangerous and flammable materials to properly throw them away instead of recycling them.
later today. this time of year there are more coyotes venturing into neighborhoods. that can mean more encounters with people and pets. the meeting today will discuss how to interact with coyotes and keep your pets safe. it starts at 6:00 p.m. at the greenfield park pavilion in west allis. >> more fallout for donald trump over the recording of him making lewd comments about women back in 2005. now paul ryan is clarifying his support for trump. ryan says he won't defend trump but he isn't un-endorsing him at this time. ryan's staff says he will not be campaigning for trump. this past weekend, ryan un-invited trump to an event in elkhorn. >> in those tapes of trump, he discusses is trying to have sex with a married woman named nancy. now entertainment reporter nancy o'dell has confirmed he was talking about her. last night, she addressed the tape on entertainment tonight. >> there is no room for the objectification of women, or
in the locker room. the conversation has got to change because everybody deserves respect, no matter the gender or setting. >> trump has dismissed his comments as locker room talk. >> many high-profile republicans are distancing themselves from trump or even taking back their endorsements. senator ron johnson says he can't defend trump's comments but he's standing with him. >> are you voting for donald >> that is the intention. we are talking wordser have yous the bad actions of secretary clinton. i would never vote for secretary clinton. melinda: right now, johnson is fighting to keep his seat in the senate. he's locked in a tough race against former senator russ feingold who has a different take on the trump controversy. >> if he can't see the difference between whatever mistakes hillary clinton has made and the total lack of qualification of donald trump, he should not be a u.s. senator.
in the world. >> you can hear more from johnson and feingold one week from today. they face off for a debate next tuesday at 8:30 right here on wisn 12. mike gousha will moderate the discussion. >> and "good morning america" will have more on the conflict between paul ryan and donald trump starting at 7:00 a.m. right after "wisn 12 news this morning" >> this could be a record year for early voting. thousands of people in milwaukee have already voted. two more voting locations opened up this week at the midtown center near 56th and fond du lac and forest home library. election officials say within the first hour of voting, 200 people had already cast ballots at the midtown center. >> wisn 12 news time is 4:35. say it aint snow! >> the community that's celebrating an early start to winter. can you believe it? >> no. >> plus, turn off your cell phone now. that's the new warning issued by
>> we are in 20 minutes before 5:00 on this tuesday morning. we have showers in the forecast this morning. today is day 145 with the highs 60 or better. early this morning the temperatures everyone ben and 60. >> traffic watch, everything is looking good. the pavement is dry as well. >> new this morning, a boating trip in san francisco ends with a rescue mission. >> 30 people were on board the boat when it started to sink this weekend. part of the rescue mission was caught on camera.
retrieve the boat. they're using sonar to find the sunken ship. once the boat is recovered officials will investigate whether the boat was overloaded. >> an emergency in wine country. right now, people who live in napa county, california are being forced from their homes. >> that's as a brush fire burns out of control. the fire broke out yesterday afternoon and soon became a threat to homes and wineries. the fire is only 20 percent contained right now. some people who were forced out of t shelter set up at a local church. thankfully no one has been hurt. >> new this morning, it may not be winter quite yet but some people are getting ready for snow. >> at one resort in vermont, they've already started making it. they start making snow every october if it's cold enough. the snowmaking system can cover 80 acres with 12 inches of fresh snow in just a few hours.
it is so cold. >> it is ominous sounding. >> vermont is so much colder than wisconsin. >> it is chilly there now. the killington resort was the first ski mountain to open last year. >> so cold. >> 4:41. >> encouraging ou to scroll through facebook while at work. >> the social media changes that may be coming to your office. >> then, ranking how little some people make in wisco. the positions you might want to avoid if you want to bring home the big bucks. >> and trick-or-treat crackdown. why one mom says she's refusing to give candy to certain kids this halloween. workers: he
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tops. the showers are not get quite yet today. the temperatures are mild 55-60. >> thank you, sal. 4:45. >> right now, samsung has a new warning for anyone who uses the galaxy note seven phone. wisn 12 news' tim elliott is following the latest developments. tim. >> samsung is telling customers to turn off their galaxy note sevens right away, don't even use 'em. as you've probably heard, those phones are known to explode and catch on fire. even the replacement phones made by samsung are having issues. now, samsung is asking all carriers and retailers around the world. so if you have a galaxy note seven, even if you've already exchanged it for a new one, turn it off right away. >> later today, samsung and apple will appear before the supreme court. the two tech giants are battling
the case centers on how much a company should pay for infringing on another company's patent. the supreme court will have hearings for that case and more this morning. >> new this morning, an 80-year-old man in oregon is looking for answers after someone stole dozens of handmade birdhouses. del rose builds the custom birdhouses. he sells them outside of his son's home and usually leaves the birdhouses outside overnight without any problems. but this past weekend 44 of the birdhouses disappeared. the theft cost del more than $1,000 and a lot of lost time. he says the biggest question he has is why. >> where they going to sell it? you know, nobody makes birdhouses with hardware on them. >> del says he's planning to start over and re-build the birdhouses that were stolen. >> new this morning, a special delivery at walmart! police in utah say a customer
it happened near salt lake city. authorities say the woman went into labor while buying groceries. workers and other customers helped deliver the baby before emts arrived. mom and baby are doing well this morning. >> new this morning, with stories about creepy clowns circulating across the country, one mom in colorado says clowns are not welcome at her house on halloween. she's planning to put up a sign at her house saying that people in clown costumes will get no candy. she's worried about having people in clown costumes running around after the many clown threats, real and imaginary, across the country. >> a lot of it's a hoax, i agree with that, but there's going to be people that don't find it a hoax and are going to use it for something that's not a good thing. >> just down the street, one of her neighbors' kids says he will dress up as a clown.
that is a scary clown suit. >> that is not a funny clone. >> no, it is a terrifying clown. the sixth grader says all the clown stories lately have made it a popular costume for his classmates. whichever costume your kids choose, make sure they stay safe while trick or treating. communities across southeastern wisconsin have special times set up for the activit milwaukee's designated trick or treating time is from one to four on sunday, october 30th. not actually on halloween. we have information for dozens of other communities listed on our wisn 12 news mobile app. >> new this morning, a texas family takes in a stray pet. >> this wasn't a dog or a cat, this family has adopted a raccoon. they found a newborn raccoon when chopping down a tree and decided to give the animal a home.
>> what happens when it is an adult. ben: now he plays with the kids and loves to cuddle. sometimes bandit sneaks into the neighbor's attic but the neighbor says he doesn't mind. >> look at that. >> this is the key point, the family says once bandit is about a year old he'll be too aggressive and they'll have to release him back to the wild. >> by that time he's domesticated. he's going to tear up the trash cans. >> this family had one before. >> we did too. similar to this. i have a lot of brothers and sisters. we did, we kept him in inside
house. we didn't pick him up when he was bigger. he cuddled him. >> okay, it can be done, people. >> little mack. >> oh, that is cute. >> we crew up the country. now to weather. we have cloudy skies and a couple of showers are clouds and showers this afternoon. sun this afternoon and warm up and chilly and warm again. a first round of showers coming through. some light rain across eastern iowa and nosing into the western part of the state. the showers are around this morning. but the big picture is showing a cool front to the west. early temperatures thanks to the
50s. 56 sheboygan. beaver dam 57. a few 40s to the west, but overall we have a brief cool down and we watch the showers come through for us. even by lunchtime a few clouds here in the east and drying out nicely. the nicest part of the day in the afternoon with the sunshine. tonight at 10:00 it is quiet. the clouds are filling in later tonight. cool front coming in tomorrow and thunder. i anticipate this mostly in the afternoon for tomorrow before we begin to dry out once again. for today, 70 degrees. early morning clouds and showers. we become sunny this afternoon. 56 tonight. 66 tomorrow. breezy and cool on thursday. now, wednesday night thursday morning patchy frost inland as
friday we start a warm up. saturday showers night and early sun. it is warm. >> thank you, sal. >> new this morning, chicago teachers will be in the classroom today after threatening to go on strike. tim elliott has more on the developments that happened overnight. tim. the chicago teachers union had planned to go on strike today but they reached a last-minute deal with the district overnight. it would have been the second major strike in chicago since 2012. nearly 400 thousand kids are in the chicago district making it the third-largest in the country. so classes are in session today-- thanks to the deal. overnight chicago mayor rahm emanuel praised the agreement.. saying it will help teachers... parents and taxpayers. >> the lowest ranking jobs. many of the positions are in the food service industry including
and life guards, hotel desk clerks, dry cleaners and shampooers. i had three of those jobs. we have the full list at the mobile app. >> facebook is rolling into your office. it is launching a new service aimed at businesses. work place is focussed on the company that you work for, including training bulletin boards and it is separate from your personal facebook account. you don't even new personal account to use it. >> new this morning, the art work could be hanging on the walls of the fiester hotel. they choose the, wo of a local artist to display.
about to the guests about the work. this year is pamela anderson. >> we wanted to give the opportunity to the artists to experience a studio away from a classic studio. many of the artists is influenced from theest gs and the conversations they have had. >> it is no stranger tohe on the walls. they have the largest collection of the victorian art in the world. >> the artists and residents have a famous name, you can interact with the art using your smartphone. point your phone at the art and an article or game shows up on
>> welcome back. a state by state cigarette graek down, the south and the midwest have higher rates west virginia has the most cigarette smokers at 27%. utah has the lowest at 10%. wisconsin 17.4% of the population are smokers. many men than women smoke in every single state. >> life expectancy increased to 72 years over the past 25 years.
scientists credit the increase to improvement in sanitation, nutrition. future progress is threatened by obesity, diabetes and alcohol and drug abuse. >> patients taking beta blockers could be at risk for depression. they have linked mental health to treating blood pressure issues and mental health. >> researchers from boston university found that coke and pepsi co-sponsored 96 health groups between 2011-15. some are suggestioning that the fund could have screwed the measures to cut soda drinking. the american beverage association says it is proud to
wisn 12 news time now is 5:00. the news continues right now. >> good morning, great to have you with us on "wisn 12 news this morning." i'm ben wagner. >> i'm melinda davenport. it is 5:00. a firefighter is hurt after a two-alarm fire if milwaukee. the search for answers right now. >> plus, saving local homes as where the people can go today to deal with the lake front erosion. >> now we are beginning with sally severson and showers are possible today, sal. >> yes, especially for this morning, melinda. the light rain showers have been rolling through and now it is over lake michigan. a few showers coming out of eastern iowa and into the western part of the state. we keep the clouds and the