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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. >> a heavy police presence as offers negotiate with a man barricaded inside of a house in county. new information about what triggered this standoff. plus, construction work close as busy intersection of the zoo interchange this morning after a live look as the roads this morning. what you need to know to avoid the cone zone. first a a live look outside on this saturday morning. a mostly pleasant fall day in store. but when you will need to watch out for showers. good morning, everyone. welcome to wisn 12 news. i'm thema ponton.
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let's get things started checking your forecast. and meteorologist jeremy nelson is in the weather center. a mostly present day, but clouds this morning. >> yes gray skies. you can see the low clouds above the city. and haze off in the direction towards the home bridge. 56 degrees right now, winds really picked up overnight, we didn't cool off. we will be the 60's. here is doppler radar. clear skies. nothing is being squeezed out of the clouds. late today this evening and tonight a chance of showers and maybe thunderstorms across southeastern wisconsin, you may need to have the umbrella on standby. 50's this morning. mainly cloudy midday. and look at the wind, south to southwest 10 to 12, and a breezy and mild day ahead. 60's for highs. we will look ahead to the rain,
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thema: thank you, jeremy. new on wisn 12 news, a standoff with police ends peacefully overnight. according to police. officers were called to a home on huntington road before 11:00 last night. witnesses in the home told police a man inside had a gun and was threatening to hurt himself and others. the witnesses got out of the home safely before officers arrived. the suburban critical was threat himself and others. incident team wal police after 2:00 this morning. his name is not released and no word on any charges. also new from overnight, a woman is recovering after a shooting in milwaukee. this happened last night near 26th and lisbon. police are saying the woman is in stable condition. investigators have not named any suspects and the investigation is ongoing. this morning two milwaukee men are facing fell charges accused
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state. they were arrested earlier this month in texas after coming under f.b.i. surveillance. wisn 12 news' explains how they were caught. reporter: these two milwaukee men -- both in their 30's are charged with attempting to help isis. according to the f.b.i. the pair made videos pledging duty. they thought they were communicating with isis sympathizer, but instead chatting with an overcover agent. authorities caught up with the duo here in san antonio, texas. they were drove from milwaukee and of their way to mexico to get papers to travel to syria or iraq. they left wisconsin because they could not pay their rent. according to court documents one is a registered sex offender and
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five years in prison for armed robbery. thema: that was adrian pettersson reporting. if convicted both men face up to 20 years in prison and a $250,000 fine. you can develop this story on the free wisn 12 news mobile app and our website, www.wisn.com as soon as we learn new information we will post it to both. later today, families and friends will say good-bye to a plymouth middle school teacher who died of cancer. last week, more than 600 students brought the homecoming parade to jeff's home. the 51-year-old died the next day. he taught fifth grade at river view middle school. his funeral is at 10:00 this morning at st. john the battist catholic church in plymouth. later today you can join the conversation about crime and safety in milwaukee. this morning the public safety committee is inviting the public
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it was released in august and calls for more officers and extended -- expended depression facilities. and later today, the milwaukee police department is hosting an open house for teenagers interested in joining the police aid program. it is open to people between 17 and 19. the position can lead to a career on the force. teens and parents can get more information at dic the open house is from noon until 4:00. well, new this morning the university of wisconsin-madison spent nearly $24 million last fiscal year to persuade around 200 faculty members to stay at the university. other commons have been stepping up their recruitment efforts in the wake of budget cut and teenier changes. in a report released yesterday, u.w. revealed that 34 professors
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years. starting next week, u.w. madison will after a meningitis b vaccine to all undergraduate students free of charge. the usually cost $325. this is after two students were diagnosed with the infarction and sent to the hospital. meningitis has symptoms like the flew and can be treated with antibiotics, but it is potentially deadly. all undergrads are urged to get the vaccine. well, from left over paint and motor oil and batteries. today you can get rid of household chemicals in a safe way. a home hazmat collection is today. it is hosted by the milwaukee metropolitan sewage 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. we put a list of things on our website, www.wisn.com.
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right now, all southbound lanes of i-41 from watertown to the zoo interchange are closed. crews are installing new tub gutters as part of the zoo project. the lanes will stay closed until tomorrow morning. as a do tour the d.o.t. suggests that you use watertown road, highway 100, greenfield avenue or 84th street. this weekend you can watch the top speed skaters in the world cup pete for a stout on the u.s. world cup taking part in the long track fall world cup qualifier at the ice center in west allis. the competitions are at 9:00 this morning. and later today you can loss up your walking shuls you are invited to take part in the annual souls for catholicismication walk. it stepped off at 10:00 this morning at mt. mary university.
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today is also the autism speaks walks. there are two one-mile courses an outdoor route and an indoor one. it races money for autism research and resources for families. registration starts at 9:00. the stage is set for tonight's big 10 showdown between ohio state and wisconsin in madison. night games are always special at the stadium. there has been memorable ones over the years including the homecoming game versus purdue. the first-ever jump around after the third quarter. and then back in 2010, the badgers beating the buckeyes, 31-18, when david took the opening kickback for a touchdown. and the current badgers are looking forward to making their own history under the lights. and we are taking the sports show on the road for the game. tune in tonight for a special addition of big 12 sports saturday with dan and drew.
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and then stayed tuned as the badgers take on the buckeyes at 7:00. you can see the game here on wisn 12 news. well, wisn 12 news time coming up on 70 9:00. a setback for nasa's billion dollars mission to jupiter. the problem that has scientists scratching their head this morning. plus, there is no need to skip your workout if you're expecting. moms to be should not change their exci is in the weather center with the saturday forecast. good morning. >> good morning. we are tracking rain this weekend. with will go over the timing in your hour-by-hour forecast coming up.
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and new this morning. a tough workout will not harm a pregnant woman or baby. that is according to the new study from the international olympic committee. exercise in late pregnancy does not raise the risk of abnormal fetal heart rate, premature bogey increased labor. but they might want to limit high-impact training during the first trimester. mothers are most strict when their babies moreomy this behave. moms and their 14 years old several times during one year. and the moms were more likely to use physical restraint and forceful commands when their kids hurt a people and another child than any other offense. and babies were moke likely to obey their mothers after a moral misbehaving. well, is a simple step to protect our health.
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experts are addressing the important aspect today, declaring the word hand washing today. we have more on proper techniques and why they are in important in today's health minute. reporter: global hand washing day is a time to shine a stop light on the best practices and benefits of washing your hands with soap and water. keeping hands clean can prevent a third of diarrhea ilfitnesses illness. hands should be wash, before, during and after food prep and before eating. before and after caring for a sick person and cleaning a wound. after using the toilet and changing diapers. after touching animals food and waste. and garbage. proper technique is important, too. you should use clean, running water. lather your hands withsome and wash between your fingers the backs of your hands and under your nails.
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running water. there are many diseases and medical conditions that can be spread by dirty hands. improved hand hygiene can keep us from getting sick and spreading girls to other people. thema: well, later today your family can get a health check up while you shop. wal-mart is holding their annual wellness day at stores around the country. including 27th and morben on milwaukee's south side. u a blood glucose test, your blood pressure scened and your eyes checked. and pharmacists will be on at to answer information about information insurance. >> it is so important to take care of our health and be aware. blood pressure a major had indication of a lot of other disease states. thema: the screenings are from noon until 4:00 this afternoon. and you don't need an appointment. well, later today you can grab your costume and get into the
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several events for the entire family this weekend. tonight, from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m., the milwaukee county zoo is hosting the annual be at the zoo event. there's a hay steak maze for kids to navigate, a dancing light show and caramel apples. it is $9 for adults and $7 for kids 12 and younger. children under two get in for free. the milwaukee recreation is holding its 23rd annual halloween party at the nature center. the kids can walk the led and learn about creatures native to the wisconsin woods. admission is $6. you do have to register on-line. we posted a link under the on tv section on www.wisn.com. and fright fest is underway at six flags great america in illinois. there are two haunted houses and mazes this weekend. it will be open through
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a good day. jeremy: we have rain that will hold off to after dark. good news, and 9:00 or 10:00 p.m. we will check out the timing because it is cripical with outdoor plans. if you want to check out the beautiful fall colors you don't have to go far. we are starting to peak of fall colors we are five to seven days away. this photo out in heartland. look at the beautiful colors on the trees. some of the trees in the background is green. we are time to colors and looking for beautiful fall colors and want to travel a little bit to the north. that's where central, and northern and northeast wisconsin are around peak color. and the northern part of the state past peak. you will not see the vibrant oranges or colors up there, a lot of the leaves have fallen or the brown color the ones hanging down here in southern wisconsin a week away. all right. outside of the weather window look at the discover condition.
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cloudy skies right now. the temperatures add discover world, it was 53 degrees, it is probably a degree or two warmer. the winds are starting to pick up in racine, and along the lakefront breezier. the winds 10 to 18 miles per hour where the observation is taken it is closer to 10 miles per hour breeze. but combination of more clouds and the winds starting to increase that is drawing in a lot of milder air. we have mid-50's compared to the frosty mornings we had recently. so it does feel a little bit we will watch the cold front closely off to the west, that will started a sentencing east and throw more clouds in our direction, which we are starting to see increase and likely have mainly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies today as the front enters the picture, though, sometime late afternoon into the evening we will see showers start to blossom near that. so futurecast and go through the timing of rain showers. 10:00 a.m. this morning. southeast part of the state,
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the clouds are hanging around. after dark we have our best chance of rain. traveling west to the badger game at randall stadium. the rain showers arrive as early as kickoff, you should bring the poncho or the rain gear with you. the trip home headed back to the milwaukee area, may include showers, potential for th going. the rain showers should be exiting on sunday morning and give way to partial sunshine by the afternoon at least it would dry out. the forecast for today. breezy and mild. looking for 60's across most of the state. may be near 70 down at the state line. and the rain showers should hold off in the milwaukee area after dark, closer the 7:00 p.m. and the forecast for sunday, we will have showers around very early in the morning before 9:00
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and 60s to the north and signs of warmer air through east central iowa, we will be in the 70's on monday. your weekend forecast, these temperatures are pretty far above average for this time of the year. especially the night time lows in the 60's. great sleeping weather with the windows open. monday's high upper 70's and then we start to fall of late in the week. a chilly air mass will spread the area. and the highs the 50's and nighttime lows into the 30's. thema: short sleeves, long sleeves, pile it up. wisn 12 news is 7th 20:00. a music lesson from a country music superstar. the singer who took a break from turning to team a room full of elementary school students. and later, story time at the barbershop n. the senttival one -- incentive one business
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thema: welcome back. new this morning a setback for nasa's mission to jupiter. the juno spacecraft orbiting the planet is experiencing a valve issue. so scientists are delaying a fly by that was planet later this week. the agency made the announcement yesterday and said this delay will not effect science collected. juneau's mission is to map the giant planet's poles, atmosphere, and interior. back down here on earth, a superstar goes back to school. brad paisley surprised students yesterday at field club elementary in omaha, nebraska. students and teachers created a video set to one of those songs invite nothing singer to visit.
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to sing songs for the kids the day after his concert in oprah. >> i think the best message they can get today is that they matter. they are, they matter enough that somebody who is busy touring would stop and come in and sing a few songs. thema: after the perform, paisley said he might have to add dates for a grade school tour. that is a crowd. country music awards with carrie underwood. this is the ninth time hosting together. you can watch it here on wisn 12 news, wednesday november 2nd at 7:00. and new this morning a major announcement for harry potter fans. the author j.k. rowling is say, fantastic beast and where to find them will be a five-film franchise. she made the announcement at a fan event in london.
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and the second announce for november 16th of 2018. wisn 12 news time right now, 70:25. a change to the rules for every single flight out of the u.s. starting today what is nolonger allowed in your checked back in the air and the penalty you can face if you are caught breaking the rules. and a live look at the roads this morning. we are on weather watch and
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thema: good morning. welcome to wisn 12 news this morning. 7:30 right now on this saturday, october 15th. i'm thema ponton. we're going to check in right now with meteorologist jeremy nelson who is in the weather center with our saturday forecast. good morning, jeremy. jeremy: good morning. some good news in the forecast. we have mainly cloudy skies here in milwaukee. nothing is showing up on the doppler 12 radar network. it is a dry morning across the network and it should stay dry for the daylight hours, closer to sunset and beyond rain may
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low to mid-50's, not as chilly. 55 in racine and kenosha. 55 in west bend, and we have generally middle 50's in the milwaukee metro area. here is a look down at the lakefront in racine the winds are picking up. looking at the forecast you can see a breezy day ahead, south to southwest winds around 10 to 20 miles per hour. and highs pushed into the upper 60's, well above average for this time in hawk. and closer to 80 in the seven-day forecast. big changes ahead and sort out the timing andai coming up. thema: thank you, jeremy. in a developing story two men with milwaukee ties have been charged with pledging to support isis. the two men arrested in central texas. they were reportedly on their way to mexico. trying to get papers to travel to syria or iraq. prosectors are saying the two drove from milwaukee and thought they were communicating with isis sympathizer, but instead they were chatting with an
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agent. both men made videos pledging allegiance to an isis leader. that left wisconsin because they could not pay their print. if convicted both men are facing up to 20 years in prison. a major construction project has closed part of i-41 this weekend. all southbound lanes from watertown to the zoo interchange are closed through tomorrow morning. and that's so crews can install about it girdles as part of the zoo interchange project. in commitment 2016 coverage now, hillary clinton is rallying supports in seattle on friday, trying to strike a cord of unity at the end of a negative campaign against donald trump. and hillary clinton said it was important for her to campaign to win the election to demonstrate a positive and unifying vision of america. >> i've known people who have been nominated by the republican party. i've had my differences with them on people who policies and,
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their fitness to serve. donald trump is different. he is unqualified and unfit to be the president and commander in chief. thema: during the fundraiser, hillary clinton did not campaign chairman's e-mail heck, wikileaks released 1100 more yesterday. two more women have accused donald trump of sexual assault. and now, the republican presidential candidate says his campaign is preparing team to refuted the allegations. mary maloney has more. reporter: donald trump fighting back. >> it's not hard to find a small handful of people willing to make full smears for personal fame. reporter: the real estate ticonvex wale assaulted her in 2007 after being featured on donald trump's tv show the apprentice. >> i put space between us and said, come on man, get real.
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get real, he began thrusting his genitals. reporter: in the 1990's, donald trump reached up her skirt and groped her. >> he touched my vagina through my underwear. >> and others had similar allegations. >> a quick hug and a kiss on the leaps. reporter: this is after a release of "access hollywood" tape after donald trump women. is. >> like a magnet. >> donald trump brags about mistreating women and the disturbing stories keep coming. >> reporter: but donald trump denounced the claims and says the allegations are part of an elateral scheme to derail the presidential race. >> i am a victim of one of the great political smear campaigns in the history of our country.
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me to try and destroy what is considered by even then the greatest movement in the history of our country. reporter: mary maloney reporting. thema: looking ahead, today members of local civil rights group will hold a rally and march to voting polls. it is an effort to call for immigrant rights. the group will walk to forest hit library, one of milwaukee's early voting locations. looking ahead, candidates in of wisconsin's tightest races are facing off in a debate. senator ron johnson and russ fine gold will meet for the debate on tuesday. you can watch it right here on wisn 12 news starting at 8:30. and mike will moderate. well, this morning cleanup is underway 9 hors beach town. after a tornado barreled through the small town on friday morning destroying 100 homes and damages businesses.
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damage. thousands of people are still -- without power. and in south carolina, the state's death toll has risen to five people. one week after hurricane matthew made landfall. searchers found the body of a 40-year-old man this weekend who drowned inside of his home after officials say he refused to leave. flooding triggered by the hurricane has killed 41 people in the united states. a growing people in haiti. the country struggling in the aftermath of hurricane eva pilgrim's interim president is now calling an epoch liptic situation. hundreds of thousands of people are waiting for aid one week after the storm. 546 people have died. now, the country is seeing a surge in cholera cases. a shootout has left a suspect dead and an officer injured in dallas, texas. an officer was on patrol when he saw a shooting in progress. police are saying he intervened and was confronting the suspect
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at him. the officer fired back, hitting the suspect who died at the hospital. the officer was shot in the foot and is expected to be ok. it is the first officer-involved shooting since the dallas police ambush in july. this morning the government is going one step further against the defective samsung phones. starting at 11:00 a.m., the galaxy note 7 will be banned from all flights. this comes after reports of the phones catching fire. the department of transportation is will not be allowed onboard or packed in checked bags on flights to and from the u.s. or within the country. if you are caught with one, your phone will be country fuskated and you could be fined. samsung has returned 2 1/2 million of the smartphones and discontinued the product earlier this week. to football now, the banners are getting ready for tonight's top 10 showdown in madison.
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on wisn 12 news. and night games are special at camp randall stadium. and the current badgers are looking to mist -- make history. >> the atmosphere is outrageous. that is a tremendous help being on the defensive side of the ball. if we can get the crowd to deal as loud as possible. one of the environments you dream of playing in. thema: kickoff between the -- the badgers and number two ohio state is tonight at 7:00. before that, make sure to check t a special edition of big 12 sports center. join dan needles and drew olson live from madison. they will have everything you need to know to get ready for kickoff at 6:30. and looking ahead the packers are getting ready to take on the cowboys sunday at lambeau. they will honor brett favre during half-time. favre's name will be unveiled inside of lambeau field. and me will be presented with
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and if you're headed to lambeau this weekend. bring a coat with you. the green and gold are hosting their annual coats for kids collection at sunday's game. there will be collection boxes on the side walks around the stadium and the entrances to the parking lot. well, looking ahead, 91 local veterans heading to washington, d.c. this morning on the latest stars and stripes honor flight. they will tour the monuments dedicated to their service and then return to a hero's welcome tonight at mitchell international. chirstina palladino has more on the special bond. >> every sunday jennifer helps 88-year-old frank load up his grocery. their special friendship started a few years ago when frank first came into the germantown area,
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nutritional food for his wife battling health issue. >> the highlight of our sunday when he comes in. a hug and a kiss when he comes in and leaves. reporter: he is a world war ii vet and was never on an honor flight. and just like that, they organized for frank to be on saturday's flight to washington, d.c. >> and she was not by mid is, i don't think i would go. that's what we think of each other. >> it is special. such an hor would even think about, you know, me, out of all of the people that, you know, he could have brought on the honor flight with. >> frank has a wonderful daughter and loving family who keep him feeling nearly 90 years young. and jennifer is like another daughter to him. a friendship that processmed out -- blossomed out of a kind gesture. >> what a special bond you guys have. >> yes.
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frank and jennifer will be on the first of two honor flights. relatives will step in and care for frank's wife when he leaves from milwaukee's airport this morning. halloween is just around the corner. and that has officials looking at which cities have the best candy. coming up -- we will tell you where milwaukee ranks on that list. and meteorologist jeremy nelson is standing by in the center sister. jeremy: hey, good saturday morning. we are tracking rain in the weekend forecast. i will go over the timing coming
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thema: welcome back to wisn 12 news this morning. 7:43 on this cloudy saturday morning. as we take a live look at miller
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is open this morning. fall colors in full bloom in wisconsin. meteorologist jeremy nelson up next with the best place for you to see all of those fall colors. well, new this morning a michigan barbershop is offering an incentive for the young patrons. kids who read out loud getting their haircut get a discount. one barber is saying the program is giving young men confidence and making reading cool. >> the kid can rso cooks cupcakes for me. but what the kid did was put a book in his hand. that the important part. thema: the barbershop supplies a variety of books so the kids can choose and read out loud. well today you have the opportunity to get free admission to many popular lakefront destinations. nail include discovery world,
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washington. wisn 12 news spoke to the ceo of discovery world. >> we see families here together. we see greater diversity amongst our visitors than any other time of the year. it is an opportunity for the community to enjoy and experience the destinations, the cultural destinations here together. thema: today's free day is curt cincinnati of a grant from the greater milwaukee foundation. if your counting. we are 15 days away from halloween. one local community is getting into the spooky spirit a little bit early and sharing safety tips. later today, the kids and calls in costumes resource fair and open house. at district seven on west fondlic avenue from noon until 3:00. free food and candy and face painting and a bike raffle. children are invited to attend in costume. and speaking of halloween, if you're looking for the best places for your little monitors
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-- great place. new on wisn 12 news, milwaukee is number four on a list of best cities for trick-or-treater. that's according to zillow, researchers looked at home values, house statistics, philadelphia, san jose and san francisco took off top spots. and heading out to test your comume in the backyard to see how you walk in it, a nice day right now out. jeremy: a nice day over all. a little bit cloudy, so far the clouds not squeezing outrage showers and the temperatures are warmer today. if you're testing the costume out, don't need extra layers under that. highs today in the 60's. and the forecast if you're traveling to the west for the evening game. ohio state and the badgers, 7:00 p.m. kickoff and it looks like a few showers will be nearing camp randall around
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a poncho, at some point during the game there will be showers and hopefully the thunderstorms develop east of that area. you don't need delays from that. it looks like in milwaukee tonight we could see a shower or thunderstorm. hour-by-hour forecast -- cloudy skies already in some locations. maybe a peak of sun in others early this morning. otherwise a mainly cloudy day ahead once we reach this afternoon our temperatures will jump to the mid to upper 60's. not bad at the moment. a fairly mild night and carries the 50's 60's this morning. right now, gay skies. 56 degrees. the winds are light out of the southwest. now, those are already picked up along the lake shower, the winds are 10 to 18 miles per hour. and all locations today with that warmer air flowing in ahead of the cold front will have winds peaking at 10 to 20 miles per hour sometime this morning into the afternoon. 50's is common in central and eastern wisconsin. you get to the western part of the state and more mixing of the wind is taking place.
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cross and 61 right now in prairie decommunity. and look at the twin cities, 66 degrees. in the 70's for today. and close to that here across southeastern wisconsin. upper 60's near 70 degrees. and a couple of delaware cooler up to the north. otherwise around 70 for lake geneva and showers and maybe a thunderstorm arrives tonight. the daylight showers today are y here. now, hour-by-hour in the forecast. and rain is a key element of the forecast when it falls on the weekend. hour by hour-- numbers, and milwaukee is dry. and it is dry in madison. and we have showers off to the northeast. they will continue to develop around 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. a fuel showers are possible around madison, beaver dam and fond du lac. and dry in milwaukee.
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the forecast time period. and thunderstorms, quick hitting downpours are possible in the late evening. and tonight traveling back east from madison you will have the wipers going for a better part of the trip. and on sunday showers exit early. and during the afternoon enjoying a little bit of sunshine. mainly cloudy during the morning. and how about the forecast. we have a nice day in storm on monday with highs jumping to the upper 70's. the first several days of the forecast highs well above average including twe thursday and friday it will be turning chilly. highs ditch back into the 50's. and nighttime lows inland will probably fall into the 30's. and a couple of showers by next time. thema. thema: thank you, jeremy up next at the box office this weekend. a man that knows how to add numbers and also something else coming up a preview of the
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thema: welcome back to wisn 12 news this morning. 7:52 on this saturday, october 15th. as we take a live look outside. fall colors in bloom. battling, though, with the clouds this morning. meteorologist jeremy nelson will let you know if and when you will need your umbrella today. new on wisn 12 news. winnie the pooh has new friend named penguin. the beloved turns 90 this year and to celebrate the book publisher is releasing four new stories along with a new character. the author is saying ping one was inspired by the old photograph of his original creator and son playing with a toy penguin. it is titled the best bear in all of the world and set for release at the end of this month. this weekend, ben afflek plays a mysterious man better with
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volved in deadly international dealings. "entertainment tonight," kevin frazier has a preview of the accountant. reporter: this week, ben afflek plays a mysterious math wiz, he is better at dealing with numbers than people and had leads to a deadly plot in the accountant. >> you're different. reporter: ben afflek stars at christian wolf, a man of amazing mathematical abilities. the movie was not all number-crunching for affleck who got a chance to show off his action of amazing mathematical skills. >> part of the real fun was actually the training for the fight scenes and the physicality of it. i did not do a lot of movies like that. the guys had a specific sense of the style of fighting and how the fights should play. i have seen gavin's other films
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make the action and realistic, as much me and as tense as possible. >> we have to go to the police. reporter: so of course, ben has the action part down, but does he like doing all of that math? >> i have a pocket protector. >> there is something satisfy with numbers because there are answers. the world is full of uncertainty andhe whole cold hard truth of math. >> kevin frazier, for entertainment tonight. back to you in the stadium. >> thank you, kevin. wisn 12 news 7:55. taking your live into your own hands. coming up -- why health officials are saying hand washing is so important. plus, some of the world's top athletes are in our area this weekend. still ahead, the event that has olympians flocking to milwaukee. stay with us, we are watching
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>> now on wisn 12 news. thema: a heavy police presence as officers negotiate with a man barricaded inside of a house in waukesha county. new details about what triggered this late night standoff. plus, construction closes a busy section of the zoo interchange this weekend. and a live look at the roads this what you need to know to avoid the cone zone. first a live look outside on this saturday morning. a cloudy fall day for us. and when you will need to watch out for showers. good morning. welcome to wisn 12 news this morning. i'm thema ponton. 8:00 a.m. on this saturday october 15th. and a check of our weather, meteorologist jeremy nelson is in the weather center. good morning. jeremy: good morning, everyone. the pleasant part the temperatures are a little
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in the 50's in milwaukee and in the 60's shortly. 58 degrees or winds picked up overnight. out of the south-southwest at 13 and stay between 10 and 20 miles per hour for today. today we looked across the historic third squared the home bridge and above that we have a lot of clouds out, there they will be a common theme for today. nothing being squeezed out at the moment, but we will watch the clouds slide off to the east. eventually a front comes into the areas tonight and showers and maybe a thunderstorm is possible across southern wisconsin. the forecast looks like this, a lot of cloud cover out there. headed to the pumpkin patch or apple picking today, you will be ok. we will reach the upper 60's. mainly dry and tonight a chance of rain. go over the specific timing coming up. thema: thank you, jeremy. new on wisn 12 news, a standoff with police ends peacefully overnight. according to police, officers
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park road before 11:00 last night. witnesses in the home told police a man inside had a gun and was threatening to hurt himself and others. the witnesses got out of the home safely before officers arrived. the sun suburb critical incident teal was called in to negotiate. the man gave himself up to police just after 2:00 this morning. his name has not been released and there is no word on any changes. also new from overnight, a woman is recovering after a shooting in this happened last night near 27th and lizbinal. police are saying the woman is in stable condition. investigators have not named any suspects and investigation is ongoing. this morning, two milwaukee men face federal charges accused of trying to help the islamic state. jason and conde arrested earlier this monk in texas after coming under f.b.i. surveillance. wisn 12 news' adrienne pedersen
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help the terrorist group. reporter: these two milwaukee men both in their 30's are charged with attempting to help isis. according to if f.b.i. the pair made video pledging allegiance to the isis leader. they thought were communicating with isis sympathizer, but instead they were chatting with an undercover agent. authorities caught up with endue so here in texas, they drove from milwaukee and were on way to mexico hoping to get papers to travel to syria or iraq. they told ancients, they left wisconsin because they could. pay their rent. according to court documents one is a registered sex offender, and also a convicted felon having served five years in prison for armed robbery. thema: that was adrienne pedersen reporting. if convicted both men are facing up to 20 years in prison and a
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you can follow this developing story on the free wisn 12 news mobile app or on our website, www.wisn.com as soon as we learn new information we will post it to both. later today, family and friends will say good-bye to a plymouth middle school teacher who died of cancer was last week more than 600 students bought the homecoming parade to jeff's home. the 51-year-old died the next day. jeff taught fifth grade at river view middle school. his funeral is at 10:00 this morning at st. john baptist church in plymouth. later today you can join the conversation about crime and safety in milwaukee. this morning the public safety committee and inviting the public to share their thoughts on the new act plan. it was released in august and calls for more officers and detention facilities. and today the milwaukee police
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house for teen agers interested in joining the police aide program. it is open to people between 17 and 19. the position can lead to a career on the force. teenagers and their parents can get more information at district seven headquartereds, at 36th and fond du lac. the open house is from noon until 4:00. well, new this morning the university of wisconsin madison says it spent nearly $24 million last fiscal year to persuade ou other commons have been stepping up their recruitment efforts in the wake of budget cuts and tenure changes. in a report released yesterday, u.w. revealed that 34 professors left last fiscal year. a substantial increase from recent years. starting next week, u.w. madison will offer a meningitis b vaccine to all undergraduate students free of charge. the two-dose vaccine usually
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diagnosed with the infection and sent to the hospital last week. and meningitis has symptoms like the flu can be treated with antibiotics but it is potentially deadly. all undergrads are being urged to get the vaccine. the school will start offering the shot on thursday. well, from left over paint to motor oil and batteries. today you can get rid of household chemicals in a safe way. the home hazmat collection begins this morning at state fair. it is hosted by the milwaukee metropolitan sewage district. it is to make it as easy as possible to keep your home safe. it is for milwaukee county residents and open right now. we have put a list of things you can bring on our website, www.wisn.com. we turn to traffic watch 12. right now, all southbound lanes of i-41 from watertown plank to
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show crews can install new tub girders. they will be closed until tomorrow morning. as a detour, the d.o.t. suggests you use watertown plank road, highway 100, greenfield avenue, or 84th street. this weekend you can watch the top speed skaters in the world compete for a spot on the u.s. world cup team. they are taking part in the long track fall world comp qualifier at the ice center in west allis. the competition is at 9:00 this morning. the trials are free and open to the your walking shoes. you invited to take part in the annual souls for catholic education walk. the two-my walk steps off at 10:00 this morning at mount mary community. it raising money for scholarships to catholic schools around southeastern wisconsin. and today is the autism speaks walk at the bradley center. there are two one--mile courses and outdoor route, and an indoor one, the event raises money for ought.
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local families. it been goods at 11:00 this morning. and registration starts hat 9:00. and to football now. the stage is set for tonight's big 10 showdown between ohio state and wisconsin in madison. night games are always special at camp randall stadium and there are been memorable ones over the years. including the 1998 homecoming game versus purdue. the first ever jump around after the third quarter. and then in 2010, the david would take the opening kickback for the touchdown. the current badgers team are looking forward to making their own history under the lights. and we are taking the storms show on the road for the game. tune in tonight for a special addition of big 12 sports for. with dan needles and drew olson live from madison at 6:30. and then stay tuned as the badgers take on the buckeyes at 7:00. a game you will only see right here on wisn 12 news.
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for nasa's mission to jupiter. the juneau space craft orbiting the planet is experiencing a valve issue. so scientists are delaying a frill by that had been planned later this week. the agency made the announcement yesterday and said this delay will not effect the quality of the science collected. june oaf's mission is to map the giant planets poles, atmosphere and inferior. three dozen close fly byes are jupiter 20-month mission. 8:08. a music lesson from a country music superstar. the singer who took a break from turning to teach a room fell of elementary school students. plus there is no need to skimp your workout if you are expecting. moms to be should not change their exercise routine. and meteorologist jeremy nelson sin the weather center. good morning. jeremy: good morning. the weekend is here and we're tracking a chance of rain.
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thema: welcome back wisn 12 news time right now, 8:12. now this morning a tough workout will not harm a pregnant woman or her baby. that's from a study international olympic committee. exercise in late pregnancy does not rise the risk, however, researchererize saying thatth lead athletes might want to limit high impact training during their first trimester. a new study reveals mothers are most strict where their babies morally misbehavings. researched looked at moms and their 14-month-old over a year.
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were more likely to use physical restraint and force will commands with their babies hurt a pet or another person. well, it is a simple step to protect our health, washing our hands. and health experts are stressing the importance of the simple act today, declaring it world hand washing day. kim has more on proper techniques and why they're important in today's health minute. reporter: global hand washing day is light on the best practices and benefits of washing your hands with soap and water. keeping hands clean can prevent about a third of diarrheal illnesses and almost one out of six episodes of respiratory infections. two of the top killers of children around the world. experts are saying hands should be washed before and after food
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and touching animal, food, and waste. and touching garbage. and proper technique is important, too. you should use clean running water. lather your hands with soap. scrub for at least 20 seconds. and then rinse well also using clean and running water. improved hand hygiene can keep us from getting sick and spreading girls to other people. thema: well, later today your family can get a health checkup while you shop. wal-mart is holding the annual wellness day at stores around the country. including this one 27th and morgan on milwaukee's south side, you can get a free blood glucose test, your blood pressure scened and get your eyes checked. and pharmacists will be on monday to answer questions about medication and insurance. >> we are excited to be able to help the community with their health.
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aware. blood pressure a major indication of other disease states that could be happening. thema: the screenings for from noon until 4:00 this afternoon. you do not need an a.ment. and later today, you can -- grab your costume and get into the halloween spirit. tonight from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m., the milwaukee zoo is offering a boo admission is $9 for adults and $70 -- $7 for kids 12 and younger. milwaukee recreation is holding the 23rd annual halloween glen. kids can walk the lighted trails and learn about creatures native to the wisconsin woods. admission is $6. you do need to register on-line. we posted a link on www.wisn.com.
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flags great america in illinois. two new haunted houses and two haunted mazing to check out this year. the theme park will be opened on weekends through halloween. and anyone that looks out the window this morning it is looking spooky. jeremy: is gloomial and low clouds. so far no reports of drizzle or mist or rain across the area. there is a outside chance of midst. area. showers and thunderstorms after dark, that could carryover into sunday. most will like the temperatures. we will hang close to 70 degrees both days. if your outside you can catch a glimpse of the beautiful fall colors. this is a photo from heartland in waukesha county. if you take fall color photos i would love to see them. you can tweet me or e-mail them at www.wisn.com. outside our weather window, gray skies and gloomy to start out
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a temperature of 58 degrees. a south to southwest wind at 10 to 20 miles per hour, and that breeze will keep the temperatures in the mild side for today. by this afternoon, take the 58 and add at least 10 to 11 degrees to it. so pretty close to 70 before we end the day. right now -- the university, you can see all of the clouds hanging around. the winds 10 to 20 miles per hour. current temperature at 56 degrees. so not nearly as chilly as the last couple of mornings into the frosty there showers have up to the north. we will start to see rain fill in by the afternoon and especially this evening, then it starts advancing off to the east. now, this front will in its way in our direction. and ahead of it all kinds of cloud cover, we will stay mostly cloudy for the first half of the weekend. let's go over the specifics now with the timing of when we could see showers across the area. i mentioned there is an outside chance there could be a little
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is trying to put in a green spec here and there, nothing too heavy, but midst or patchy drizzle is a possibility. otherwise mainly cloudy skies. the front to the northwest that will get showers going by mid to late afternoon, those will start streaming to the southeast. notice showers over dane county around madison by 8:00 p.m. and around kickoff for the banners-ohio state game a few rain showers, bring the rain gear or a poncho, really any point during the game there co once this line is east of madison it could develop into isolated it widely scattered thunderstorms. and maybe produce a quick-hitting downpours are here across southeastern wisconsin, most of the rain is out of here early tomorrow morning and then start to see gradual clearing that hopefully leads to sunshine by the afternoon. now, today's forecast is breezy and mild. close to 70 in milwaukee. a touch cool to the north. and should be low 70's across
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weekend, will be a little bit warmer, a little bit more sunshine by afternoon, we will probably start the day in southeast wisconsin with a couple of showers, also a little bit warmer up to the north. 68 in wusaw, and 75 in lacrosse. and there are upper 70's in east central iowa, those arrive here into monday. the averages are close to 60 degrees now in most locations and way above that, but not near record territory, but the potential for one of the last ones, near 80 degrees for the season. late in the -- seven-day forecast we cool off into the 50's. this weekend out, just have the umbrella with, maybe throw it in the car and keep it there, just looks kind of gloomy this morning. thema: and take it, probably guarantee it won't rain. bring it with you. all right. thank you, are jeremy. wisn 12 news time 8:19. a new take on the tale of
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the musical in town that shakes up classic fairytales. and later, story time at the barbershop. the incentive one michigan
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thema: new this morning contrary singer brad paisley goes back to school. he suppressed students yesterday at field club emergency in omaha, nebraska. students and teachers created a video set to one of his songs inviting the singer to visit. his father saw the video first, sent it to brad. he decided to sing songs to kids the defer after his concert in houma. >> i think the best message they ca you know, they matter enough that somebody who is busy touring would stop and come in and sing a few songs. thema: after the performance, paisley is saying he might have to start hatting dates for a grade school tour. quite a welcoming crowd. bad paisa is coposting this year's country music awards with carrie underwood. it is the ninth time hosting them together.
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12 news. wednesday, november 2nd at 7:00. well, snow white and her squad of princesses are heading to milwaukee in a new musical that is for order people. it is playing this weekend at the center. and joining us this morning to share more is actress daniela richards. good morning. >> hi. how are you. >> i'm well, thank you. thank you for joining us this morning. so first let's talk about what this is and why it is for the older crowd. >> so it is modern day disney princesses who are telling their story in a way where they are fighting sort of all of that -- um, all of the pressure that they have in the movies that -- isn't realistic. and -- so we kind of tell our own story in a cabaret style-themed snow. where we fit -- >> is it when the movies were first created and those characters it was a different
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>> absolutely. >> a different time. so duview of -- different view of women and girls. >> this story is based off of the brothers grim. so if you have head the stories they were a little bit more raunchy and different from what disney took. but -- we -- are telling it in a way of disney saying, look -- we can't all be a size two with -- double d's it just doesn't work that way. >> right. >> right. >> and finally, what do you hope that peo sitting in the audience. >> there are a few things i actually personally have been very grateful and my number with sleeping beauty, she is kind of crazy off of the bat. my song is about being perfect. in the end she comes to a full circle and realizes that she is great the way that she is. i had people come up to me saying, you are touching me just saying that, and making me realize i don't need to look like the girls on social media these days.
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can allow myself to go out and feel confidence. we are all experiencing that. >> just be. all right. thank you for your time. >> thank you, for having me. >> we appreciate it. >> if you would like to find out more information about the show or getting tickets we put a link on our website, www.wisn.com. a reminder this is not a show f. >> we appreciate for the kids. you will find that information under the on tv section. wisn 12 news time right now, 8:26. a change to the rules for every single flight out of the no longer allowed in your checked bag in the air and the penalties you could face breaking the rules. and a live look outside as we head to break.
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see your doctor if your asthma does not improve or gets worse. ask your doctor if 24-hour breo could be a missing piece for you. see if you're eligible for 12 months free at mybreo.com. thema: good morning. welcome to wisn 12 news this morning. i'm thema ponton. it is coming up on 8:30 right now, on saturday, october 15ing. we will start by checking your weather this morning. meteorologist jeremy nelson is in the weather center. there are clouds outside. a little bit of midst, but not technically raining.
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moisture in the air from the low clouds. i just got a report from debt in walworth e-mail said there was midst down there. no rain showing up on the doppler 12 radar network. if you have outdoor plans today, don't cancel them, a lot of clouds around. a breezy day, a south to southwest breeze between 10 and 20 miles per hour. we will warm 60's for today. a pretty gloomy scene in milwaukee that moment. and the temperatures will climb to 68 to 69 degrees by the afternoon. the clouds hang around and for this evening and tonight it is showers and thunderstorms. we will go over the detailed timing and look at the forecast for the badgers came coming up. thema: thank you, jeremy to a developing story. two men with milwaukee ties have been charged with pledging support to isis.
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in central texas. they were reportedly on their way to mexico trying to get papers to travel to syria or iraq. prosecutors say the two drove from milwaukee and thought they were communicating with isis sympathizers, but instead they were chatting with an undercover f.b.i. agent. both men made videos pledging allegiance to an isis leader. they left wisconsin because they couldn't pay their rent. if convicted they both face up to 20 years in prison. a major c project has closed part of i-41 this weekend. also southbound lanes from watertown plank to the zoo interchangered closed until tomorrow morning to install tub girders. now, campaign 2016. hillary clinton rallying supporters in seattle on friday. trying to strike a cord of unity. hillary clinton said it was
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a positive and unifying vision of america. >> i have known people who have been nominated by the republican party. i've had -- my differences with them on policies and principles, but i never questioned their fitness to serve. donald trump is different. he is unqualified and unfit to be the president and commander of chief. thema: during the did not mention her campaign chairman's e-mail hack, wikileaks released 1100 more yesterday. two more women have accused donald trump of sexual assault and now the republican presidential candidate says his campaign is preparing team to refute the allegations. mary maloney as more. reporter: donald trump fighting back. >> it's not hard to find a small handful of people willing to
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false smears for personal fame. reporter: the real estate tycoon sexually assaulted her in 2007 after being featured on donald trump's tv show the apprentice. >> i put space between us and said, come on man, get real. he repeated my words back to me, get realism as he began thrusting higenitals. >> student: kristin anderson tells the "washington post" in the '90's donald trump groped her. and other women have similar allegations. >> his hand started going towards my knee and up my skirt. >> and a quick hug. reporter: several sharing their stories after the release of an access hollywood tape, donald trump brags about sexually assaulting woman. >> like a magnet. i don't know. >> donald trump brags about mistreating women and the disturbing stories keep coming. reporter: but donald trump
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the allegations are part of an elaborate scheme to derail the presidential race. >> i am a victim of one of the great political smear campaigns in the history of our country. they are coming after me to try and destroy what is considered by even then the greatest movement in the history of our country. reporter: mary maloney reporting. thema: looking ahead. civil rights groups will hold a rally and march to voting polls. organizers are saying it is an effort to call for immigrant and workers rights. manufacturers will gather at noon. they will walk to forest hill library, one of milwaukee's early voting locations. looking ahead. candidates in one of wisconsin's tightest races are facing off in a debate. senator ron johnson, and former senator russ feingold will meet for the debate on tuesday. you watch it right here on wisn
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8:30. mike gousha will moderate. this morning cleanup is underway in the oregon beach town after a tornado barreled through the small town on friday morning destroying more than 100 homes and damages businesses. right now officials are still assessing the damage, but the mayor has declared a state of emergency. thousands of people are still without power and forecasters are predicting more severe weather this weekend. in south carolina, the state's deat five people one week after hurricane matthew made landfall. searchers found the body of a 40-year-old man this week who drowned inside of his home after officers say he refused to lead. flooding triggered by the hurricane has killed 41 people in the u.s. a growing emergency in haiti. that country struggling in the aftermath of hurricane matthew. hate's interim president is now calling an epoch liptic situation. hundreds of thousands of people
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the storm. 546 people have died. and now, the country is seeing a surge in cholera cases. a shootout has left a suspect dead and office injured in december, texas. an officer was on patrol and saw a shooting in progress. police are saying he intervened and confronting the suspect and someone fired at him. the officer fired back hitting the suspect who died that hospital. the officer was shot in the foot and is expected to be okay. the first officer involved shooting since the dallas police ham bush in july. this morning, the government is going one step further against the defective samsung phones. starting at 11:00 a.m., the galaxy note 7 will be banned from all flights. this comes after reports of the phones catching fire. the department of transportation says the phones will not be allowed onboard or packed in checked bags on flights to and from the u.s. or within the country. if you are caught with one, your
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will be confiscated and you could be fined. samsung has recalled 2 1/2 million of the smart phones and diss continued the product earlier this week. the football now, the banners getting ready for tonight's top 10 showdown with ohio state in madison. it is a game that you can only see right here on wisn 12 news. and night games are always special at camp randall stadium, so the current badgers are looking forward to making their own history under the lights. >> i know the atmosphere is going to be outrageous. you know, i think that will be a tremendous help, especially being on the defensive side of the ball. you can get, you know, the crowd to be as cloud as possible. one of the environments that you always dream of playing with. t thema: kickoff between eighth
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and number two ohio state is at 7:00. looking ahead, the facts are getting ready to take on the cowboys sunday add lambeau. the team will honor former quarterback and pro football hall of fame indexy, brett favre during half-time. his name will be unveiled in lambeau field. and he will be presented with his hall of fame ring. if you're headed to lambeau this weekend, bring a coapted with you. the hosting their annual coats for kid collection during the game. they will be collection boxes around the stadium and entrances to the parking lot. looking ahead, 91 local veterans heading to washington, d.c. this morning on the latest stars and stripes honor flight. they will tour the monuments dedicated to their service, then return to a hero's welltime tonight at mitchell international. and two of the people on tooth's flight, a world war ii veteran who became friends with
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shop every week. and chirstina palladino has more on their special bond. reporter: everything sunday jennifer helps 88-year-old frank load up his grocery. they special friendship started a few years ago when frank first came into the germantown store, trying to get nutrition food for his wife as he battled health issues. >> he is the highlight of our sunday when he comes. we give him a hug and a kiss when he comes in and leaves. reporter: frank is a world war ii vet and was never on an honor right, because he didn't want to leave his wife. >> i will take you. >> they organized for frank to be on saturday's flight to washington, d.c. >> if she was not by my side, i wouldn't go. >> the is an honor that he would even think about me, out of all of the people that, you know,
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the honor flight with. reporter: frank has a wonderful daughter and loving family who keep him feeling nearly 90 years young. and jennifer is like another daughter to him. a friendship that blossomed out of a kind gesture. >> what a special bond you guys have. >> yes. we have. thema: you never know what you find at the grocery store. that was chirstina palladino reporting. frank and jennifer will be on first of two honor flights. relatives will care for frank's wife when he leaves from milwaukee's airport this morning. we turn now to 12 watch 12, meteorologist jeremy nelson in the weather center. good morning. jeremy: good morning. we are tracking rain in the weekend forecast. i will go over the timing in your hour-by-hour forecast coming up. thema: thank you, jeremy
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thema: new this morning a michigan barbershop and offering han intentive for the young patrons. kids who read out loud while betting their hair cut get a discount. one barber is saying the program is not only giving the young men confidence, it is making ready cool. >> kid couldn't read, so the kid just counted cupcakes for me. but -- what that kid did was put a book in his hand. that's the important part. thema: the barber shop supplies a variety of books for the kids to choose from. today you have the opportunity to get free admission to many popular lakefront destinations. they include discovery world, the heart museum, betty, and the port explore i'm in port washington.
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c.e.o. of discovery world about the free day. >> we see families here together, we see greater diversity amongst or visitors than any other time during the year. it is really an opportunity for the community to enjoy and to experience the destinations, the cultural destinations here together. thema: today's free day is curt cincinnati of a grand from the grater milwaukee foundation. well, we are now just 15 days away from halloween. if you but one local community getting into the spooky spirit a little bit heal and sharing safety tips. later today you're invited to the kids and calls in costumes resource fair and open house. the district seven on west fonda lock every from noon until 3:00. free food and candy. and face painting and a bike raffle. children are invited to attend in costume. and speaking of halloween if
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placers for your monsters to score the best goods. we're in a great spot. milwaukee is ranked number four on a list of best cities for trick-or-treating. that according to zillow. researchers looked at home values, crime statistics, housing density, and residents ages. fort worth, san jose, and san francisco took the top spots. 8:46 on this saturday. and turn our attention to the weathent and san jose are cheating. they are nicer weather. but today, all right. picking out the costume, keep in minded to you don't need the layers under it. warm enough by the time we get to halloween a little bit cooler out there. thema: you have to but layers underneath. jeremy: but mild conditions right now. the picture was taken yesterday
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colors at the top of the trees looking towards the blue sky. it would be great to see blue sky for today. some of the fall colors are in bloom. you get the sunshine and the rays hitting them. unfortunately, a lot of clouds around today. looking for the peak of color it is a little farther to our north and northwest. down here in southeastern wisconsin, we are five to seven days away from the color. but you can see color down at this tree here probably lost half of the leaves. i saw a couple of trees in my neighborhood that are shedding those. on the lawns already. and time to rake before we know it. 58 degrees outside currently. our temperatures warmed up overnight, with south to southwest winds kicking in at 10 to 20 miles per hour. and temperatures down here in south central and southeastern wisconsin very mild for this time of the season. most locations 55 to, let's say 58 degrees where one of the
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57 in fond du lac. and mid-50's in watertown. all right. doppler 12 radar now getting a couple of reports of very fine midst down in walworth county. i would not be surprised of midst here in southeastern wisconsin, but no rain showers or thunderstorms. a lot o and mainly cloudy skies for today. here is your forecast, mild, mid few upper 60's and 70 across the area. the main organized area of scattered showers and maybe a thunderstorm closer to sunset and after that. the winds on the high side today, south-southwest at 10 to 20. a detailed look, hour-by-hour forecast cast for today. 10:00 a.m. this morning. there could be a pocket of midst here and there across the area. just cloudy the mostly cloudy skies.
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and headed to madison going to see the ohio state wisconsin game that is at 7:00 p.m. the trip is dry, but i encourage you to bring the pong so, not the umbrella, that is not allowed. the scattered showers will develop near or after kickoff and an and off shower threat throughout the game. and maybe thunderstorms develop, but i'm really homing they are east of dane county, don't need a weather delay during the badger game. and maybe downpours for thunderstorm chance here across southeast wisconsin. sunday's forecast, especially by afternoon looks brighter. early in the morning, this is 8:00 a.m. a couple of showers. and then the clearing skies from northwest to the southeast by the afternoon. here is your weather watch 12 week ahead. close to 70 degrees both days this weekend. a lot of clouds around tonight. and then showers primarily after dark. but midst around this morning. 78 on monday, that is clearly
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and fall from the 70's to the 60's. and by thursday and friday, chimp he, you need the fall gear out. a couple of layers and the jacket and lows around 40. thema: thank you, jeremy. wisn 12 news time 8:50. coming up -- the late
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thema: welcome back to wisn 12 news this morning. a live look outside at 8:53 on this saturday, october 15th. those stubborn clouds hanging around this morning. meol let you know if and when you will need your umbrella. looking ahead on this weekend's arts avenue, a new production at the milwaukee represent, i love a piano takes the audience on a musical journey through american history told by timeless songs. and joining us this morning is the show's director. good morning. >> good morning. >> thanks for being here, we appreciate it. tell us about this and why it is
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people. >> it is a goal -- really great show that follows the course of one piano over five decades. meant 20, 30, 40, 50, and 60. over 50 songs, and great dancing. amazing acting. just a really fun time at the theater. a perfect time for this election time. >> absolutely. a piano, the size is not really something that a lot of people have in their homes now because of people just get keyboards. so this takes people back in time almost. reporter: yes. berlin wrote over 1500 songs. so, choosing the 50 greatest songs. putting on the ritz, easter parade, white christmas, there is no business like show business. you get to hear all of the songs with amazing singers who we found locally and throughout the country. >> these are songs from people to adults will recognize. the kids from their music
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so something for every one. >> definitely. definitely. it is really just a fun evening at the theater where you get to sit back, relax, and enjoy the music and the harmony, which is really what we need to today. >> the sounds like a relaxing time. so thank you for your time this morning. we appreciate that. we have put more information on our website, www.wisn.com. just click on the on tv section. you will always find it on our free wisn 12 news mobile app. well, coming up on wisn 12 news
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news this morning. saturday, october 15th. and it looks very much like fall in downtown milwaukee. the colors in full bloom. meteorologist jeremy nelson is up next with your complete forecast. new on wisn 12 news, winnie the pooh has a new friend named penguin. the beloved children's book turns 90 this year and to celebrate the book's publisher is releasing four new stories
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the author is saying penguin was inspired by an old photograph of pooh's originally creator and his son playing with a toy penguin. it is titled the best bear in all the world and set for reelise at the end of this month. we are talking about our weather now, a beautiful day to get outside and do? leaf peeping, but maybe take an umbrella with you. jeremy: bring it with. likely will not be needed until this evening. all there is a little bit of midst out there, n the pavement. and traveling west today, primary dry drive to madison, but a different story once the game kicks off. 7:00 kickoff. you can watch it right here on wisn 12 news. stay dry inside, but if you're add the game, rain gear or a poncho and on and off showers during the game. now, your forecast high locally. it is very derry this morning. the temperatures above average, a south to southwest breeze. guesty at 10 to 25. and it dry throughout the
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this evening and tonight is the highest rain chance. midst early on today and a lot of clouds. thema: thank you, jeremy. remember announcer: "jack hanna's wild countdown" is sponsored by nationwide jack: hi, everyone, i'm jack hanna, coming to you from my base camp here at the columbus zoo, and "welcome to wild countdown." it's believed that humans can smell the difference between thousands of odors. that smell is unbelievable. but compared to today's animals, we stink at smelling. dale: if we get upwind of him, he's gonna smell you. sergeant key: predominantly, we like to use them for their nose. lee: as soon as they smell you, they run off in panic trumpeting. jack: today, we've got 6 supreme smellers of the animal kingdom. plus, my blooper of the week. this is like acid.

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