tv WISN 12 News This Morning ABC October 18, 2016 6:00am-7:00am CDT
during a search for a wisconsin boy missing in texas. what we are learning overnight about the 13-year-old. ben: rematch in the senate race in wisconsin t event happening today. >> first, we are on weatherwatch 12 and traffic watch. sally? >> looking at the live picture from the camera at mitchell international, temperatures are very mild. when i awakened this m degrees. as we look at the radar and the satellite, a couple of showers in the far northeast part of the state. here in the south we are staying dry. now you can see temperatures have fallen into the upper 50s at the dells. 72 at the airport. 68 waukesha. the temperatures will fall back into the 60s today. so still mild though. near 70 at this hour.
rebounding 66 to 68 with afternoon. party sunny. now to matt in news chopper 12. >> sally, we are looking down at the bypass, lincoln is over the top of the freeway. starting to see the brake lights. before that, coming on before oklahoma avenue and stop and go ride. 8 minutes from the the zoo. in northbound lanes of 894. 11 minutes 43 southbound from brown deer to downtown. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> thank you, matt. election day is just three weeks from today. on the ballot the u.s. senate race here in wisconsin. ron johnson is being challenged by former senator russ feingold. they are facing off tonight in a
wisn 12 news thema ponton is live with a look ahead. good morning, thema. reporter: good morning, ben. you can watch the debate here at the marquette university law school. johnson and feingold faced each other in 2010. now, feingold is trying to get the senate seat tonight's debate is a partnership between wisn 12 and the marquette university law school and the crews are working around the clock to get the hall ready. it is at 8:30. now, people from all across the country have all eyes on wisconsin and this senate race because it is helping to determine what party controls
"wisn 12 news this morning." >> thank you, thema. it is live here on wisn 12 and on the free mobile app at 8:30. >> 6:03. donald trump draws big crowds in green bay, but his wife is in the headlines this her debate prep while donald trump campaigns in colorado as his wife stands by her man. >> >> i was surprised that he's not the man i know. melania trump - speaking out for the first time to c-n-n since that now infamous tape was leaked of her husband making lewd comments about women. >> i said to my husband that you know that the language is unappropriate, it is not acceptable. >> mrs. trump was also asked about the numerous women who have since come forward accusing her husband of sexual assault.
>> in wisconsin donald trump continued to talk up concerns about the possibility of a rigged election. >> people that died ten years ago are voting, illegal immigrants are voting. >> trump also pounced on hillary clinton accusing her of a quid-pro-quo as f-i records revealed a state department official asked the bureau to change the classification of one of her emails in exchange for deploying more agents overseas. >> the allegation of any kind that is inaccurate and does not align with the facts. >> the state department and fbi said no deal ever occured. and a clinton spokesperson said the campaign was never part of any discussions about email classification. in washington, i'm nikole killion. >> thank you. donald trump and hillary clinton are squaring off in the third and final debate tomorrow night in las vegas. watch it live here on wisn 12,
>> new, announcement that impacts millions of social social security recipients and federal retirees. there is a small increase in benefits next year. the cost of living adjustment amounts to less than one percent. the average monthly payment is $1,200 and this increase is 3 or $4 per month. ben. >> family restoring hope in the sherman park neighborhood. that is the focus of the meeting tonight. they want t space to share concerns about the events in august. they are coming up with ways to show case the positives in the neighborhood, including disversety and beauty and affordable homes. the meeting is 6:30 at sherman perk coffee shop. >> a body is pulled from the gulf of mexico in texas, in the same area where a teen from
station in texas. the body was pulled from the water yesterday. police have not identified that body yet but we know that a 13-year-old wisconsin boy was reported missing in the same area on sunday. the 13-year-old and his brothers were swimmed when they had a hard time getting back to shore and only two of the boys came out of the water and t went out searching and looking for the boy but couldn't find him. a woman that was walking on the beach saw the body in the water and she and other people brought the body to shore. officials in texas have not released the identity of the body, but once they do we'll bring you the update on "wisn 12 news this morning." back to you. >> tim, thank you. it is a major concern for every
hillary mintz is live in milwaukee, the d.o.t. is saying increased risk for the teens getting into accidents. rop rop absolutely, melinda, that is a big problem for adults, too, distracted driving and playing with phones while behind the wheel. the d.o.t. is saying take the minutes to talk to your kids about safe driving habits, lae year in wisconsin killed in car crashes, 5500 teenagers were injured. newer drivers have a tendency to speed and not wear a seat belt. the risks go up when friends are in the car. the law limits the number of passengers in the car with teenagers under the age of 18. text and driving is off limits and so put down the phone, talk
live in milwaukee "wisn 12 news this morning." >> hillary, thank you. maybe it is the beer, maybe the brats, today we find out the coolest thing made in wisconsin will be. over the last month the state chamber of commerce held a contest to choose the coolest thing made in wisconsin. today the winner is announced during wisconsin. >> and the frozen custard. >> oh, yes. i am hungry now. sally: well, leaf raking weather in store for us. we are dry most of the week. we look at a little ridge of the
and tomorrow. right now 72 at the airport. 68 madison. now to mat up in news chopper 12. >> we are on the south side, northbound, southbound, here between howard and holt. both directions are looking great. there is only one spot with the the bypass. oklahoma avenue up to greenfield avenue on the brakes and 9 minutes 894 northbound from the hale up to the zoo interchange. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> bail is set at a million dollars for a man accused of stabbing a couple in northern wisconsin. tim is live y the news room. >> the suspect in the case is
the murders of 77-year-old harry brown bear and his wife. they were killed last month at their home on a reservation near green bay. reed told them he had been drinking the day of the crime at the couple's home and reed got into a fight with the husband and stabbed him, then he killed the wife when she came out of the bedroom. the boies were found a week later. 6:10. shots fired on campus. >> a manhunt this morning after a scare. >> plus helping your family members if they are seriously sick, what uber and lyft are doing. >> plus, from a hospital room to the stage a milestone that a singer is celebrating this
>> welcome back to "wisn 12 news this morning." 6:13. sal, i forget it is october. sally: i know, it is not feeling like it. it was harm and humid yesterday and the temperature up to 80 degrees. that was the high. one degree identify the record. on thursday, high of 54 degrees. so you have the kids back in jackets. a couple of showers in the northwoods, but here in the south, just clouds and staying dry for today. and the early morning we have the details coming up. matt? >> sally, we are along the north shore and 43 northbound, southbound between locust over the top and panning back towards capitol drive and both directions it is looking good up to brown deer. it is 10 minutes southbound into downtown 43 southbound. you will find delays on the bypass northbound, 9 minutes,
that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. ben: thank you, matt. a security scare at a college in ohio. it is at the university of cincinnati. someone fired a gun on campus and missed the target. officers are looking for the shooter. they are hoping that security camera footage will help in that search. >> today's day two in the day of mosul iraq. the coalitions are trying to free that city from isis. >> yes, isis has had control of that city for a couple of years now. the commanders have paused the advance on mosul right now but could continue at any time r minute. the fors met the objectives and ahead of schedule. but military leaders are warning that the offensive will be a
we'll be watching for updates throughout the morning. melinda: ride hailing services uber and lyft are extending their services to cancer patients. yesterday the vice president sat down with president obama to give a report on the progress of the cancer moon shoot initiative. the transportation to and from the treatments. uber hopes to connect millions of patients with rides in 500 decides by the year 2018 and the vice president hopes to increase vaccines and testing and survival rates across the country. >> i am confident that we'll be able to accomplish in the next five years would otherwise have taken ten years, i am confident
new prevention techniques. melinda: the national cancer institute and amazon is getting in on the initiative. >> you are invited to a sus stain bl healthcare for men. there is insight into prostrate cancer detection and it is at racine. >> new this morning, a show stopping comeback for a grammy winner. >> the singer suffer add stroke three years ago and shocked the audience by singing at the induction into the hall of
ben: the 57-year-old singer honored for being the first country artist whose debut album going plat mum in the first year. also inducted that night fiddler charlie daniels and record producer foster. i told you so, for forever and ever i amen. >> >> i bet we would sing those? >> no doubt. they are going to the medially of country classics that gart brooks and trisha will be performing. see them here on wisn 12, the show airs at 8:00 on wednesday, november 2nd. what a legend. ben: i will let you know. >> you never knew we had a thing for him. >> no.
we made up to 80. i am still thinking 60s today. here we are with a live look at the camera at the journal times in racine. the high clouds out there. sunrise 7:09. i do anticipate a few clouds around for us earlier this morning with sunshine this afternoon. temperatures quite a range. when i came t we are now down to 72. take a look at the dells. dipping back into the upper 50s. we have mid 60s showing up away from the lake as well. the cool front shifts the winds from southwest to northwest. i anticipate the temperatures to make a nose dive this morning and recovering in the afternoon. all still in the 60s. downstream for us, not much happening.
into the afternoon. so temperatures this morning likely falling into the 60s. bouncing back to 68 degrees by later this afternoon. this afternoon at 5:00, nice and dry. thinking about a grill dinner tonight, a-okay. tomorrow the cooler air is moving in for us and aloft in the atmosphere, that helps to create more in the way of clouds for us on wednesday. i will keep the dry look in place for us. we are dry across the board on other than a few passing clouds from time to time. chances for sprinkles but mostly dry. 52 tonight. fair amount of clouds tomorrow. we drop back to the 50s. cooler on friday with the 50s. these are typical autumn days for us. crisp blue skies and the
perfect for a fleece. >> get the cameras out. >> yes, the ash trees are aflame in color. they are gorgeous. >> i love that. >> thank you, sal. >> 6:21 is. something new for the u.s. mill care. >> a fighter jet is painted pink for breast cancer awareness month. where to check that out. >> a half dozen puppies
time for a stop by. >> wisn 12 news time now is 6:24. new this morning, a successful launch for nasa. >> that means 5,000 pounds of supplies on the way to international space station. >> as you can see lifting off on top of the rocket on the mix to deliver supplies and science to the international space station. >> no big deal. >> i guess it is what they expect and they are calm. we are like oh my gosh. >> yes. the unmanned rocket taking off from virginia last night. the launch was first delayed for the hurricane and then a cable problem.
awareness month. you can tour it. >> wisn 12 news time now is 6:26. being safe while using social media. >> three things to do to protect your private information. >> paying more to drive in milwaukee county, where to go today to give feedback. >> $4 mistakes leads to serious jail time, a add threat to society this morning. >> first, a live look from news chopper 12. we are checking in with matt on the morning commute coming up
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ben: the road to the white house passing through wisconsin. what some of donald trump's supporters said in green bay overnight that's getting attention all across the country. melinda: plus, it could soon cost you more to drive in parts of southeast wisconsin. where you can go today to learn more about a controversial new fee proposal in milwaukee county. ben: but first, weather watch 12
how long summer-like temperatures will stick around. good morning and welcome to "wisn 12 news this morning." i'm ben wagner. melinda: and i'm melinda davenport. it's 6:30 on this tuesday, october 18th. let's start with the forecast. meteorologist sally severson is in the weather center. sal? sally: we are eyeing a few high clouds this morning as we get a look, this is sheboygan, where the temperatures are 68 degrees. the dew .64. it is becoming a little cooler and less humid. the temperas bit, especially well inland. the dells 57. we are 72 at the airport. 68 in waukesha. temperatures will continue to fall a few more degrees before rebounding once again and back into the 60s. the winds gusting up to 23 miles per hour. a wind frift from the northwest dropping the temperatures. today 70 degrees by mid to late
the 60s. matt? >> sally, no big surprises on the roads. this is 94 eastbound, eastbound. the tail lights are westbound. a little brake tapping going to the zoo. eastbound 10 minutes into downtown. bypass, the worst of it 12 minutes northbound from the hale up to the zoo that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. ben: thank you, matt. the 16th street viaduct is reopened this morning after early morning crash. this is a video from the crash. this is the bridge that is runs over the valley. no major injuries were reported. ben: now to commitment 2016 and the race for the white house. hillary clinton and donald trump will face off tomorrow in their final debate before the election. trump visited green bay last
his campaign is accusing the obama administration of colluding with the fbi to protect clinton. it all stems from classified emails on her private email server. >> remember also that crooked hillary lied under oath to congress saying she had never sent or received classified information on her insecure server. ben: you can hear the crowd in green bay chanting lock her up. trump's campaign cancelled a second event in west allis. melinda: the crowd also took aim at house speaker paul ryan who is no longer campaigning on behalf of trump. before trump took the stage, his supporters chanted paul ryan sucks. trump spoke to abc news' tom llamas after the event in green bay. >> is paul ryan hurting you or helping you?
i think he could be more supportive to the republican nominee. we are doing well, i think we are gonna win the election. >> do you think he wants you to win? >> well, maybe not, because maybe he wants to run in four years or maybe he doesn't know how to win. maybe just doesn't know how to win. i mean, who can really know. melinda: you can hear more of that interview with trump today on "good morning america." it starts at 7:00 right after "wisn 12 news this morning." ben: right now, some celebrities are in wisconsin campaigning for hillary clinton. actors sean astin and wil wheaton were in milwaukee students to vote for clinton. later today they'll visit with young voters in madison, oshkosh and green bay. a few years ago, astin filmed a movie here in milwaukee. melinda: now to the u.s. senate race. republican senator ron johnson and his democratic challenger russ feingold will debate today. thema ponton is live with a look ahead. good morning, thema.
the crews are working to get the hall ready for tonight's debate. you are able to watch the debate talk about the issues that are important to wisconsin voters. it is a tiekt race that is getting attention across the country. the latest poll is showing feingold two points ahead of johnson. that is well within the margin now there are not tickets available, but see it on wisn 12 and if you are out, watch it on our wisn 12 news app and wisn.com. live in milwaukee, "wisn 12 news this morning." >> thank you. the debate is at 8:30 and watch it only on wisn 12 and stay
>> we have a look at the new proposed budget. >> this is controversial because think about the fees that you are paying, $75 to renew plates, $20 in milwaukee, this wheel tax is $60 that you would have to pay every year a executive chris abele is proposing it and it is the only option that they have because the fee would help to pay for the construction projects and fund the bus system. he says without the wheel tax, the bus fares would go up and cutting the routes. the board would have to approve this fee. if you want to talk this, or learn more about it,
administration building. this is the place to come. >> thank you. ben: wisn 12 news time is 6:36. two milwaukee police officers are cleared of wrongdoing in a deadly shooting. tim, what can you tell us about this shooting? tim: it happened in may and now we're seeing body camera footage for the first time. police were called to the o'reilly auto parts near 76th and mill after a report of a robbery. that's where burt johnson was shot and killed. state investigators examined the evidence and ruled that johnson fired at officers first. the officers fired back killing johnson. the officers who fired the shots were not wearing body cameras although other officers on the scene were. one officer was shot in the vest and survived. ben, back to you.
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>> good morning. thank you for joining us. looking down at the bypass. heavy along the bypass northbound. it is bunched up passed lincoln avenue. 12 minutes 894 northbound from the hale up to the zoo. 94 east bound delays pushing well. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> thank you. new, something different from google, checking out the new and improved google flights. the company's airfare search tool as a new way to save money when booking a flight. it is showing when the ticket prices are expected to rise on certain flights, that way you can book before they are getting more expensive. the hotel finder is getting
check them out before booking a trip. i think we are going to vegas in november. >> all right. i saw kalamazoo on there. >> he's buying. >> the coast guard comes to the rescue when a windsurfer gets stranded. >> he was stuck on lake michigan off the coast of illinois. luckily the man brought his cell phone with him. he was able to text a friend. who called for help. the coast guard was able to get him to safety. officials say it could have ended badly if he didn't have that cell phone. ben: thieves in texas hit a pet store and get away with six puppies. melinda: store workers say the thieves chose those dogs because they're worth thousands, around $25 thousand total. the suspects were caught on camera pulling up to the store and then emptying the cages. they're asking the thieves to do the right thing and bring them
inside of the white house. >> president obama is getting ready for the final state dinner of his presidency. after the break, the celebrity chef who is in charge of the menu. changes to the haunted house visit. what attractions are doing different because of the creepy clown craze. >> focussed on cyber security, how your friends can play a role
>> it is 6:45. the temperatures hold in the 60s and 70s. the winds outs of the northwest. a cool front is exiting southern wisconsin. 72 at the airport. 68 madison. the upper 50s in the western part of the state, that is some of the cooler air headed our way. the temperatures falling back to the 6 0s. we look at a return to cooler air coming up. matt?
on the bypass. the z solidly on the brakes. delays start in the hale interchange and continue up to greenfield avenue. 17 minutes 894 northbound from the hale up to the zoo. 13 minutes 94 eastbound into downtown. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> thank you, matt. ben: right now, a battle going on to liberate an iraqi city it is now on pause. wisn 12 news' tim elliott is following the latest developments in mosul. tim: iraqi and kurdish forces are working together to advance on mosul in northern iraq. the city has been in the hands of isis for more than a year. the u.s. military is providing air support to the iraqi military. retaking mosul is a massive operation. it could take weeks or months.
since american forces left several years ago. after one day of fighting, kurdish forces have pushed the front line back about five miles. today they hope to get even closer to mosul. ben, back to you. ben: right now, the pentagon says there are americans in harm's way as part of the mosul operation. officials say they're doing everything they can to keep them safe. >> there are specific steps taken and protocols in place to reduce the risk to americans. tim: according to the pentagon, there are also americans in other parts of iraq who may be in danger right now. but officials say they will continue to play a support role for iraqi forces. melinda: military forces are planning to hit pause in aleppo for just eight hours. russian and syrian militaries say they will stop attacking rebel forces for eight hours on
that will allow civilians to get out of the city safely. aleppo has been under siege for more than a year and many civilians have paid the price. u.s. officials say this pause is too little too late. >> the un has announced a ceasefire in yemen where rebels and the government have been at odds. un officials say both sides have agreed to a 72-hour ceasefire going into effect at midnight in yemen. the ceasefire could be extended depending on more negotiations. the un is planning to deliver humanitarian assistance to li ben: new this morning, a pipeline construction site in iowa has been hit by arsonists. three bulldozers and one excavator were destroyed by the flames. they were being used to build the bakken oil pipeline. it's the second time this site has been hit by arsonists. officials say this fire caused about $2 million in damage. ben: it's been a good week for
now this. it's called a lunar rainbow or a moonbow. never heard of this before. a man spotted it in the sky over northern england and snapped this photo. >> it is gorgeous. ben: new screen saver. >> president obama is getting ready to host the final state dinner of his presidency. they are welcoming italy's prime minister to the gala. we have a look at the place settings. the celebrity chef is tapped for the menu, including a roasted butternut squash salad and beef and italian apple tart for desert. the plating and presentation. you know that's going to be good. ben: you eat with your eyes too. melinda: my eyes are hungry.
melinda: oh my gosh. come on. ben: we are 19th and wells, if you are watching in the white house kitchen. we'll take the leftovers. sally: early today, 70s. but the temperatures are dip and climb again for today. cool front coming through. everybody with the northwest winds. there you go, you can see it, a couple of clouds will accompany this boundary this morning. now, you can see downstream, they don'te a couple of showers in northern wisconsin. those have translated into the u.p. it is quiet weather in store for us. the temperatures are mild today and tomorrow. we hold the readings in the 60s. it is 72. the early morning temperature was 76. with a cool front and the winds the temperatures will be falling back a bit, that is already happening. upper 60s inland.
our model paints the clouds coming through with the boundary and we see a few clouds for this morning. but still plenty in the way of sunshine. at 5:00 this afternoon, dry and quiet. low 50s overnight w. the cooler air in place, the clouds tomorrow. staying dry tomorrow. we keep the highs wednesday and then another round of cooler air. so steady downward trend and the readings are normal for this time of the year. near 70 today. we fall back to the 60s. 52 tonight. 67 tomorrow. mid 50s for thursday and friday. a few passing clouds from time to time. overall i'm going to keep the dry look going in the forecast
now to matt in news chopper 12. >> sally, right now we are over 94 east bound, west bound. 25th street is over the top of the freeway. a little brake tapping. 12 minutes from moreland road into downtown. 17 minutes on the bypass northbound. stop and go from the hale up to the zoo that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> thanks, matt. >> we are learning more an attack on a republican party offs in north carolina. >> tim is following the latest on the details. tim: officials have been able to narrow the timeframe of that firebombing thanks to a 911 call. now we know it happened after midnight on sunday morning. the firebombing caused damage to the building and supplies inside. the vandals even left graffiti
now volunteers are working to regroup. they salvaged what they could from the building and they're now setting up shop outside. officials are still investigating trying to find the people responsible. back to you. melinda: north carolina governor pat mccrory paid a visit to the gop office yesterday. he says he's enlisting every resource to find the people who carried out the firebombing. mccrory didn't blame the attack on the other party, instead, he said it was carried out by an anarchist. donald trump was quick to blame clinton supporters on twitter. >> new this morning, a pennsylvania man is sentenced to four months in prison after stealing a bottle of advil. 51-year-old david springer was arrested after pocketing the medicine inside a grocery store. police say this was the 12th time he was caught shoplifting. a judge ruled that springer is a threat to society because he keeps stealing. melinda: a haunted house in ohio is cutting down on their creepy
they aren't eliminating clown costumes but they're asking the actors to take it easy and not to leave the building in costume. there have been dozens of creepy clown sightings across the country and even some crimes committed by people in costume. so this year the clowns at this haunted house will have less to do. the manager says the clown actors didn't mind the changes. >> don't worry about getting the customers in the parking lot just in case, he's like, oh, yeah that is everyone knows about it. they are like, you know, that is the best idea not to worry about it. melinda: the clown sightings aren't keeping people away from haunted attractions. this haunted house is set to have record sales this year. ben: new this morning, showing preferential treatment to certain trick-or-treaters. nearly a quarter of adults admit that they give extra candy to kids who are dressed in their favorite costumes. that's according to a recent survey. the results also showed that
princesses and princes. melinda: that bee costume, i love that. ben: trick-or-treat is fast approaching! in some local communities, it's as early as this coming saturday! you can find times for your neighborhood on our website and mobile app. melinda: new this morning, october is "national cyber security awareness month". it's a good time for a digital checkup to make sure your private information is safe. facebook says there are a few steps you can take to protect social media accounts. first, be smart about passwords. the strength of your password is more important than how often you change it. second, focus on logins. >> there's an email notification you can set up on facebook. what it does is it notifies you if a new device is trying to access your account or an unknown device. it's sort of like a car alarm that goes off and finally, there's something called verifying logins. you go into your security checkup and i found out that i
browsers and two apps. melinda: you can also count on friends and family. facebook lets you designate trusted contacts who can receive a one-time security code that helps you restore access to your account. melinda: wisn 12 news time is 6:56. "g.m.a." is coming up next. >> first, a live look outside, news chopper 12 is flying high for the latest traffic
>> good morning. thank you for joining us. we have a little trouble on the bypass, a fender bender, 894 northbound at national avenue, right where you lose the lane. we had delays in place, and this is not helping. 15 minutes 894 northbound from the hale up to the zoo. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. sally: you might need the air one more time. the readings showing up 72, following into the 60s and staying there for much of the day. we call for the readings upper 60s this afternoon. cooler at the end of the week. fair amount of sunshine on deck. not bad.
go. >> welcome back melinda. the wisdom teeth are good morning, america. melania trump breaks her silence standing by her husband after that lewd tape scandal. >> i accept his apology and we are moving on. >> attacking bill clinton. >> well, if they bring my past, why no >> and donald trump opens up to abc news fighting those sexual assault allegations. >> have you crossed the line in the past with women ever? >> i don't think so. i have great respect for women. hillary clinton under fire. the democratic nominee facing new questions over the fbi, the state department, and one of her e-mails, as she looks to turn red states blue, sending her secret weapon, michelle obama,