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force, involving agents in milwaukee and washington, led to the busts. if convicted, each faces up to 20 years in prison the app . joyce: you can follow this breaking news from our free app or our website, wisn.com. as soon as we learn new information, we'll post it to both. you can also stay with wisn 12 news tonight for updates. patrick: more breaking news. uw-madison is recommending all undergraduate students get the meningitis v illness on campus. health services will be offering the vaccine free of charge starting next thursday. the respiratory illness is spread easily. its rare, but can cause meningitis, an inflammation of the lining surrounding the brain and spinal cord, which can be deadly. students should watch for high fever, headache and neck pain. joyce: a 16-year-old milwaukee boy is dead, his body dumped in an alley. patrick: travon overton's grandfather says he's saddened and frustrated by the news. wisn 12 news mike anderson is live at the medical examiner's office tonight.
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helping police investigate what happened to trevon. his family says the teen fell into the same web of despair that is now an epidemic for far too many young black men. >> the body was waged between my garbage can in the south wall of my garage. >> the woman who lives near 38th and park hill where travon overton's body was found thursday only wanted to be identified by her voice. >> we feel terrible a man that young was killed and left here. >> 12 news learned the 16-year-old lived with his grandfather, derrick laymond, on the other side of the city. >> i can only tell you what the police told me, and they did not tell me very much. >> laymond suspects his grandson was shot some place else his body dumped in that alley. he says trevon was one of nine children who had been taken from his parents early in life because of drugs and neglect.
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his older brother is in jail, so this is the pattern that i am trying to let you know what is going on with it. >> his grandfather says he did all he could to save him from a troubled life and a death that sadly he warned was bound to happen. >> and this is the end, either they get killed or go to jail. frustrated. >> police say they are seeking a motive and the person or persons who were involved in the killing. trevon was a student at north division high school. mps said today "our hearts go out to the young man's family." reporting live tonight, mike anderson, wisn 12 news. patrick: travon's grandfather mentioned his frustration at the cycle of violence, saying travon's cousin was also
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along with his friend near 21st and atkinson in june. webb was left in the trunk of a car, his friend in a garbage can. according to milwaukee police, there have been 106 homicides this year. there were 114 homicides this time last year. joyce: a woman is randomly attacked inside the brown deer walmart. the suspects took off in a stolen car, leading police on a high speed chase. as wisn 12 news' tim elliott reports, they got away and now police need your help finding them. >> police say a random attack ended with one woman in the hospital and the suspects leading police on a high speed it all took place late last night right here at this wal-mart on brown deer road in brown deer. police say just before 10:00 last night a woman was inside the store shopping when she got into an argument with two other women. those two women are the suspects. they apparently told the victim that the victim walked too close to them and police believe that's why they attacked. shortly after that assault those , women took off and led police
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due to high speeds it was certainly dangerous the officers terminated the pursuit. it is very rare. this does not happen very often. walmart is usually a very safe store in our village so this is just a very scary random act. >> police say the vehicle that the suspects got away in was stolen from west milwaukee. they also believe there were up to five people were in the vehicle during that high speed chase. if you have any information, you're asked to called brown deer police. reporting from brown deer, tim elliott, wisn 12 news. joyce: the victim was taken to a hospital. she is expected to be ok. police now need your help finding those suspects and the stolen vehicle. they're looking for a 2004, blue, four-door dodge intrepid with wisconsin license plate number 5-3-1-kxn. if you have seen this car, call brown deer police at 414-371-2900. patrick: our big story tonight. donald trump cancels one of his
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a rally at state fair park in west allis monday night. his campaign says a scheduling conflict is to blame. the trump rally in green bay will go on as scheduled. it starts at 4:00 p.m. refocusing the race. house speaker paul ryan rallied republicans today in madison. trump has taken aim at the wisconsin congressman after ryan said he'll no longer campaign for trump. it was a move that came after that access hollywood video from 2005 was released showing tr women. ryan did not mention trump's name today while talking with college republicans, but he urged voters to think about the real issues. >> i know this election has taken some dark, sometimes very dark turns, which is exactly why i think it is so important that we take a step back and reflect on what this election is ultimately about. patrick: ryan also talked about the gop agenda he rolled out last summer. it focuses on cutting
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code and replacing president , obama's health care law. trump is firing back tonight after new allegations of sexual assault. >> i stood up and he came to me and started kissing me open mouth as he was pulling me towards him. patrick: a former contestant from the t.v. show the apprentice is one of two more women accusing trump of sexual misconduct. at a rally today in north carolina, trump said he's being targeted by "phony accusers." >> the stories total fiction. they are 100% made up. they never happened. they never what happened. i don't think it happen with very many people, but they aren't certainly going to happen with me. patrick: a new national poll from fox news shows hillary clinton with a seven point lead over trump. joyce: clinton spent the day off the campaign trail. president barack obama campaigned on her behalf. he took aim at donald trump during a rally this morning in ohio. the president says everything is
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>> donald trump's closing argument is 'what do you have to lose?' the answer is everything. all of the progress we've made is on the ballot. democracy itself is on the ballot right now. joyce: world news will have continuing coverage from the campaign trail. you can watch their reports tonight at 5:30, right after this newscast. voters in wisconsin will also cast their ballots in the highly contested and widely watched u.s. senate race. before making your choice, you'll have the opportunity to johnson face off in a debate. you can see it right here on wisn 12 news in partnership with the marquette university law school. is this coming tuesday night at 8:30. mike gousha will moderate the discussion. let us know what questions you'd like answered. you can weigh-in on wisn 12 news facebook page. patrick: a major construction project is closing part of i-41 this weekend. all southbound lanes from watertown plank to the zoo interchange will be closed starting at 10:00 tonight.
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installing tub girders. those are the big blue steel structures you've seen going up in recent months. the department of transportation says the closure this weekend marks a big milestone for the project. >> the good news is we are approaching 60% to 70% of our tub girders for this project being erected to date. patrick: be prepared. the lanes will stay closed until sunday morning. from leftover paint to motor oil even batteries this weekend is , your chance to get rid of way. a home hazmat collection continues tomorrow at state fair park. it's hosted by the milwaukee metropolitan sewerage district. the goal is to make it as convenient as possible to keep your home safe. the free drop off service is for milwaukee county residents. it's open tomorrow from 8:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. look for a list of things you can bring on our website, wisn.com. joyce: a tornado tore through manzanita oregon this afternoon. that's right along the pacific coast. you can see toppled trees, downed power lines and damaged
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the mayor has declared a state of emergency. our weather here at home, a much different story. mark, a warm fall weekend ahead. mark: absolutely. how warm we'll get and when you'll have to dodge some raindrops, next in weather watch 12. patrick: that is a close call with a great white shark, caught on camera. and the diver who came face to face with the animal. plus -- joyce: here is a close call too. feingold: i'm russ feingold and i approve this message. this is wisconsin. and this. and this. and this. full of good people who work hard. why let washington take our jobs and send them off to china and mexico? my opponent backs bad trade deals that export jobs, and billion dollar tax loopholes for big corporations. i'm going to close those loopholes and help small businesses in wisconsin grow and create jobs.
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announcer: leading the way important local coverage, you are watching wisn 12 news at 5:00 with toya washington, patrick paolantonio, and weatherwatch 12 chief meteorologist mark begin. wisn 12 news at 5:00 continues. joyce: this is video you have to see a scary close encounter with , a sharp, all caught on camera. patrick: we'll start by telling you no one was hurt. take a look. >> oh, my god.
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great white sharks off the coast of mexico. there was a cameraman inside one of those diving cages. that's when a great white broke through the cage, splashed around violently and eventually , lunged out through the open top. the cameraman managed to escape without injury but was very , shaken up. the blood you saw on the shark was from cuts it received diving into the cage. absolutely incredible. now to a courtroom brawl caught on camera. joyce: to help an officer restrain an unruly suspect. here's the heated exchange that started it all. >> you know what? i told you to leave her alone, and apparently that didn't get through loud and clear, so today, you're going to jail for three days. >> you and her are buddy-buddy. you all get along. you all -- >> 45 days county jail. >> bull -. >> 93 days in the county jail. do you want to go for a year? try right now. one more word out of you, it'll be a year in county. you're going to jail for a year
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joyce: you see the judge take off his robe and run to help the officer. the suspect is accused of violating a personal protection order. this judge is known for his tough words. officials say he did nothing wrong. patrick: tonight for the first time, a person at the center of an on-campus rape scandal speaks only to "20/20." nicole eramo was the university of virginia associate dean of students when rolling stone wrote the story nearly two years ago. it alleged a woman named jackie s that article was later retracted and the magazine apologized for its failure. wisn 12's ben wagner talked with abc's amy robach about how eramo has changed since the story first ran. >> dean eramo paints a very dark picture. she said she received threatening e-mails. she struggled just to come to work. she was afraid she was going to be fired. patrick: you can watch "20/20" tonight at 9:00. it's part of a primetime lineup
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be sure and stay with us for 12 news at 10:00. joyce: right now, we want to take a look at what's coming up all new tonight at 6:00. kathy mykleby is in the newsroom with a look ahead. kathy: new tonight on wisn 12 news at 6:00, 12 news investigates, the new information we've uncovered about the driver accused of hitting and critically injuring a woman on milwaukee's south side, then driving away. >> if you thought this political season was scary, a house in bayview takes it to a whole new level. ka join us for all new stories tonight on 12 news at 6:00. joyce: won't miss it. thank you, kathy. police and firefighters come together to brighten the day of a bullied birthday boy in illinois. braden garnett has asperger's, dyslexia and a condition that causes misalignment of his eyes. he says other kids make fun of him and can be very mean. his mother wanted to throw him a party for his 11th birthday. she invited 36 kids, but only three said they'd show up. she wrote an email to the local police department, telling her story and asking if an officer
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word to his colleagues at the police and fire department. >> i thought, if that was my child and nobody showed up, what would i say to him, so i thought we can do this. ,joyce: and they did. more than one dozen first responders showed up and they even brought their own children. they played paintball and pooled their money for presents for braden. what a great touch. now to a chance at a new start. the head are now living life apart for the first time after a rare two-day surgery in new york city. anias and jadon mcdonald are 13 months old. they're recovering tonight from the marathon operation that lasted some 27 hours. it's only the 59th surgery of its kind in the world. more than 20 medical professionals took part. patrick: tracking your health from your wrist. high-tech gadgets like fit bits are all the rage in the fitness world but how accurate are they? , the cleveland clinic looked into how they compare to
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ekg and a chest strap monitor. the research found the wrist monitors are noticeably less accurate, sometimes off by as much as 30 beats per minute. joyce: not a bad weekend to get outside and get some exercise. patrick: the temperatures are warming up. the daylight hours will be dry. mark: 14,000 steps, that's not too bad. maybe it will go up if i get nervous. nervous. we have a good-looking forecast. it is not perfect, but not a washout. when you can get outside, may be easy the people doing it in the background there, a little jog, a little run. cloudy on saturday with sunshine early in the day, then the clouds on the inquiries, temperatures hitting 70. best chance of brain all week and will be during the nighttime hours saturday night.
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temperatures will be mouth throughout the weekend and beyond. 59 port washington and west bend. we were cold this morning. we turn things around quickly and made it into the 60's. morning low, how about 27 in burlington? these are the coldest temperatures we have had so far this season. 31 saukville. in milwaukee, 38 degrees, so not a freeze, but a lot of areas with frost in the morning. you do not have to bring in your plans tonight. enough. a live look into milwaukee. northwestern mutual tower closer to getting done. 61 degrees, dew point low at 46. that number will go up during the day tomorrow. high clouds now in milwaukee. sunshine in racine. waves crashing against the rocks there, and nice fall color starting to appear. lambeau field in green bay, 59
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theme as you head out for the high school football games tonight. not bad temperature wise, 50's, southerly wind at 10-15 miles per hour. tomorrow, badgers big game against the buckeyes, 7:00 start, you can see right here on channel 12, 70 tailgate, dry, but bring your reindeer. you cannot bring of umbrellas into cap randall, so make sure it is a poncho, but it will be 68 sunday. not bad this time of year. our average is 60. fall color, not so good way up north. where we are at is the place you want to be. we are one week away from peking, but we have great color all around southern wisconsin, so things are looking good. maybe you are traveling elsewhere. warmer than average whether you're going to green bay, the dells, rhinelander. if you're heading to chicago,
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thunderstorms, specially sunday morning. here is the huge storm that produced at least tornadoes -- two tornadoes so far in oregon, and this will bring in rain into washington, oregon, and northern california. high clouds in our northern counties. that's not going to last. partly cloudy throughout the rest of the night. saturday morning, our best chance of seeing sunshine this weekend is saturday morning, then the clouds fill in as the day goes on. a couple of showers and madison amount of rain, but nonetheless, rain showers will work their way through the area, hanging on into sunday morning. i think we bring in a little clearing as the day goes on. there is your week ahead, we are not done with our warm air. i would not be shocked if we actually get to 80 degrees on monday. 77, your high temperature at least.
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72 tuesday 65 wednesday. yes, we cool back down towards the latter parts of next week, but we are still in that phase were temperatures continue to be above average. joyce: gorgeous. patrick: new on wisn 12 news at 10:00, early voters who change their mind about their candidates don't need to suffer voter's regret. what you need to do if you want to change your vote, and how many people already have. plus, high-end bikes disappear from a trendy milwaukee neighborhood. what helped crack the case, that is coming after a years-long haitus from stand-up, chris rock is returning to the stage. joyce: details on the deal the comedian inked with netflix. patrick: plus, a self-policing guitar. the new software helping bands
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joyce: a spike in concert tour van break-ins in st. louis is bringing bands to a breaking point. patrick: new on wisn 12, a local musician may have found a solution. jesse caron and his business partner are developing the special software. it's called smart roadie. and it essentially helps turn a guitar's tuning pedal into a gps. caron says the so-called self-policing pedals put musicians back in the driver's seat.
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people from stealing it, or if it does happen, then they're able to track it down in real-time. patrick: caron is getting ready to launch a kickstarter to help launch the line. chris rock is making a comeback. joyce: after an eight-year hiatus from stand-up, the comedian has penned a deal with netflix. that's according to the hollywood reporter. rock will be paid $40 million for two specials. the emmy-award winning performer will record his first show sometime next year and follow it up with a world tour. patrick: he and his red cable-knit sweater won over hearts everywhere during the last presidential debate. now, ken bon g jimmy kimmel is enlisting bone as a special guest correspondent for the final presidential debate this coming wednesday in las vegas. you can watch the debate right here on wisn 12. that is followed by wisn 12 news at 10:00 then stick around for , ken bone's reporting debut on jimmy kimmel live at 11:00. joyce: you think you will have the sweater with him? patrick: he has to have the
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patrick: don't forget tomorrow, the wisconsin badgers host number two ohio state. you can see this big 10 matchup only here on wisn 12. kickoff is at 7:00. the game is so big, we are taking the show on the road. join dan needles and drew olson for a special edition of big 12 sports saturday live from madison. tune in at 6:30. they'll have everything you need to know to get ready for kickoff. joyce: everything umbrellas for that pregame show, right? mark: i hope it doesn't rain on those guys. hopefully it will hold off, but i think there will be some rain that moves in, so be prepared for that. meantime, high and dry, some high clouds, but that would not cause a problem. here is a live look from concordia university. temperatures fall back, but steady overnight, lower 50's. the southerly wind continues to kick again, bringing in warmer
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the weekend.
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tonight, breaking news. donald trump fires back a short time ago. new accusers now coming forward late today. among them, a contestant from "the apprentice." and trump now appearing to take aim at their appearance. >> yeah, i'm going to go after you. believe me, she would not be my first choice, that i can also breaking, two confirmed tornadoes already. and tonight, authorities now warning of more severe weather in the hours ahead. the new video tonight. the serial kidnapper on the loose. the fbi now wants your help. images of the suspect accused of breaking into homes, grabbing children. breaking now. the faa, and the emergency ban a short time ago. banning some smart phones from all flights now. the emergency kits they're now

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