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detect objects near and around the car, the company promises the software updates for the earlier models as well. 6:00. the news continues right now. >> my social security payroll contribution will go up as will donald's assuming if he get out of it. >> such a nasty woman. >> the final and heated presidential debate now in the books, less than 20 days before the election. good morning, it is great to have you with us on "wisn 12 news this morning." i'm ben wagner. >> i'm melinda davenport, 6:00, thursday october 20th. we get to the debate in the
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watch. here is meteorologist sally severson. sal? sally: temperatures are 45-50 and molding in the mid 50s overall. we have the clouds this morning. we look at the camera in racine. 51 and winds are north at 20. along the lake it is breezy. you can see the low clouds thanks is mounted at the milwaukee institute of art and design. 50. breezy, cool. back in a jacket. the clouds are around this morning. we go up to 55. i'm thinking frost tonight with the lows in the 30s. now to matt. >> sally, right now, we are looking down at 41, 45. blue mound over the top of the freeway. tail lights are moving into the
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directions. in fact, we are looking good across the entire freeway system. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. melinda: thank you. the final faceoff from hillary clinton and donald trump before the election leaves a suspense, donald trump is not saying he's not committing to the results of the interruptions and name calling. we are live in washington now for the recap of the show down. >> good morning. donald trump's campaign manager and head of the g.o.p. is saying he's accept the final results of the election. >> you are absolutely accept the results of the election?
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time. i will tell you at the time. i will keep you in suspense. >> chris, let me respond to that, that is horrifying. >> suspense dominated. >> the supreme court needs to stand on the side of the american people. >> i am putting pro life justices on the court. >> from the supreme court to abortion. >> you can take the baby and rip it from the >> the economy, immigration. >> we have some bad hombres and we have to get them u.>> around foreign policy. >> he would rather have a puppet as president. >> such a nasty woman. >> but not as many as fronted the controversies like the
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>> i didn't even apologize to my wife because i didn't do anything. he said some horrible things about you, and bermy sappeders said you have bad judgment. >> well, ask bernie who is supporting for president. >> and with the debate done, clinton is relieved and donald trump landed in ohio and tweeting he's honored to win the final debate. live in washington, "wisn 12 news this morning." >> thank you. supporters of donald trump and hillary clinton are taking to social media to talk about the debate. tim? >> a lot of disagreement on who won the debate. here in wisconsin governor walker tweeting out the same general theme that hillary clinton is not fit to be the president. meanwhile, democrat harry reid
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accept the results of the election are horrifying. he has to reverse course. third party candidate for president gary johnson said let's bring america together and end this divisiveness there is another way. a lot of reaction on social media centered about the bad hombres comment and he was talking about immigration at the time and the response to being called a puppet. reaction throughout the morning. >> donald trump's daughter ivanka is headed to wisconsin. here you can see her an stage with her family. we are live in tosa with a look ahead. good morning, hillary. reporter: ivanka is chris crossing the country and campaigning for her father.
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wauwatosa. a quick turn around for her. he spoke out west at fortune magazine's women's summit in california and answered the questions about her fathers comments about women in 2005. >> you know, that is not language consistent with any conversation that i have had with him or i have over heard, so it is a bit jarring for hear. >> ivanka is stopping in tosa and theneau clare. for now, live in tosa "wisn 12 news this morning." >> thank you, hillary. an inmate attacks a racine
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knocks him to the ground. the video is showing a 17-year-old booked into a holding area on suspicion of armed robbery and punches the officer, the officer was take ton the hospital and back on the job yesterday. the inmate is now also facing battery charges. melinda: charges could be coming against a kenosha mother that hired out her daughters for pros tus. the girms were rescued in a bust this weekend. she's being held in jail after being arrested on tuesday night. she was among 23 people arrested in wisconsin as part of a nationwide sting operation aimed at the sexual exploitation of children. uw students are getting
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the university is hoeltding several free vaccine clinics starting today. >> the packers and bearing tonight at lam bea -- lambeau with a limited lineup. three of the players are sidelined. the team will be decked out in the all white color rush uniforms and the symphony is performing the national and half time. kickoff 7:25 tonight. >> get sweater if you are going to the game. >> yes, you want to be bundled up. >> crisp out. sal. sally: certainly dry but chilly. i would plan on 40s or 30s. this morning the readings are
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46 waukesha. 48 watertown. sheboygan 47. still breezy, especially along the shores. we have a north, northeast wind around. we'll look at breezy winds in place for us. locate a fleece. so long to the 60s and we talk about a weekend warm up. now to matt for the traffic. >> sally, we are looking at eastbound, westbound, moreland is under the freeway. right now, no delays head to the construction zone along 94. just a tap on the brakes northbound from the hale up to the zoo interchange. all the rest of the travel times are in the green. if the zipper merge driving you crazy, it is gone by the end of next month.
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here on eastbound 94 gone by thanksgiving. so great news for the travellers. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> melinda: matt, thank you. new, a scare in the air for a southwest airlines flight flying from seattle to phoenix. the wind shield cracked after takeoff. th cause. >> now o a disturbance on a flight headed to milwaukee. the crew members called for help after a disturbance during the flight. >> we do know this was a southwest flight headed from new york city to mitchell international. southwest tells us that the crew members reported a disturbance
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threatening in the flight and he was restrained. the law enforcement officials removed the passenger upon landing. >> thank you, tim. wisn 12 news time now is 6:11. contaminated water in the wine city. what is found in the drinking fountains across the city. >> plus, trick or treating on the wild
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>> we are closing in on 6:15, thursday morning, we are just beginning to get light across southeast wisconsin. a lot of low cloudiness with a cool front that came through later in the day yesterday.
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we have fallen from the 70s to the 50s. but we get warm again soon. temporary farewell to the 60s. clouds around for us early this morning. headed to the packer game tonight? layer up. mid 40s half time, probably upper 30s toward the end of the game. now the matt up in news chopper 12. >> sally, we are over the bypass, 76th street. we have no troubles here along of 94. if you are headed up to the zoo, tap on the brakes. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> matt, thank you. >> happening now, a typhoon is headed to china, it slammed the philippines last night and this is the second one in the past
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it is blamed for five deaths and thousands have been evacuated. >> european space officials say a spacecraft expected to land on mars is lost. it was scheduled to land yesterday and the agency is saying something went wrong with the parachute. the scientists are learning from the test and a future mission for mars in 2020. >> happening now in chicago, hundreds of drinking are shut off because of high levels of lead. 460 water fountains with high amounts of lead. the fountains removed, replaced or repaired and the drinking sources in the park system are being tested. no word on what lead up to the lead contamination. >> derrick rose could be facing charges after cleared in a rape lawsuit yesterday. tim has the latest. tim?
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conducting a criminal investigation against derrick rose and two of his friends. the exgirlfriend is accusing him of gang raping her back in 2013 and she sued him for 21 is million dollars and yesterday rose cleared him of the charges for a lack of evidence to support the game. rose's attorney is saying it is an attempt to money from the nba star. he's thank focus on the season. >> the zoo celebrations are kicking off at the zoo. jeremy is live with a preview. jeremy: good morning, when the families come out tomorrow and saturday, they are seeing some of the scenes that are created by the staff and spread out over the zoo grounds, they are not
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>> you and about ten of your friends created the scenes, and tell us what the families are going to see. >> spooky haunted cemetery and pirate scene and scare crows doing activities. >> the theme here, this is the pirate scene. yes. >> another thing that the people are going to see, lots and lots of >> yes. >> people are able to view those, but you have a special vent on saturday with the animals and the pumpkins. >> the elephants, tigers, bears get pumpkins with special treats inside. >> this is starting tomorrow and saturday. >> yes. >> we hope to see you out here. the kids can dress up.
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is dressed up here. the scenes are awesome here. halloween spooktacular. the weather is looking fantastic. the sunshine back on saturday. pick your time and make a trip here to the milwaukee county zoo. ben: all right, jeremy. sally: with the corn stalks and everything. sally: it is a great weekend, we are in the 50s for saturday. 60s for sunday. weather cooperating nicely. even over the next few days a few clouds from time to time, and we have a mostly cloudy sky. 51 mequon. breezy winds this morning, especially along the lake. it is less windy inland.
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greenfield 49 as well. lots of low clouds around. a little more in the way of clearing in the afternoon. the clouds are stretching over the southern one quarter of the state. here in the south, we are still watching that cool front sag to the south. so we are stuck with the clouds, especially this morning. rake or mulch forecast, if you are getting at it, jacket until you warm up. we go up to the mid 50s today. a little less breezy by the afternoon. you can see by lunchtime the clouds are around for us. we get to the afternoon, winds shift and becoming more north and allowing for a clearing and more sunshine. over night, it is frosty. we clear out tomorrow morning. we clear out overnight and the
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tomorrow plenty in the way of sunshine. we are cooler tomorrow, 53 degrees. a warm up beginning moving into the weekend. 58 saturday. 63 on sunday. and next week better chances for rain moving into tuesday, wednesday, thursday. >> sal, thank you. 6:21. doing whatever it takes to get vip tickets. >> we are talking whatever it takes. coming up, some of the people are taking to get up and close with their bands. >> a special lesson plan and the
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with no artificial preservatives or flavors. topped with sliced cheddar and our new cranberry mustard sauce, all on 9-grain wheat bread. it's a big new flavor. for a better subway. >> good morning, class. thanks for the thursday morning school shoutout. >> wisn 12 is stopping by the classes across southeast
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the school shoutout logo and we'll schedule a time for a visit. >> some people say they would give up a lot in order to snag vip tickets to see their favorite musician. 42% of the people would delete all of the social media accounts for a month, 35% giving up their phone for a week, 12% not showering for a month. i don't recommend the last month. >> especially if you work here. >> i am asking which song do you know all of the words to. >> and would do those things to get the tickets to perform that song. >> that is excellent, ben. i like that thinking. >> please shower though. >> willy wonks is coming back. >> it is a prequell by warner brothers.
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about early adventures. the producer known for the harry potter movies is heading up the project. it is coming two months after the death of gene wilder. >> i like when he takes a bite of the cup. i love that part. >> johnny depp again? he did the reboot. we'll see. 6:26. a >> a family is safe after being stranded at sea, the one tool that may have helped to save their lives. >> public health crisis over southeast wisconsin, what is being done today to fight opiod abuse. >> high in the sky with news chopper 12. we have a check on the commute
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>> she's been proven to be a liar in so many different ways. this is just another lie. >> well, i'm just quoting you. melinda: showdown in las vegas.
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back on the campaign trail today after the final presidential debate. what was said that's being called a first in recent political history. ben: but first, weather watch 12 as we take a live look outside. a very fall-like morning in southeast wisconsin. we're tracking conditions as you get ready for work and school. ben: 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 thursday, october 20th. let's start with the forecast. meteorologist sally severson is in the weather center. sally: early today the temperatures pretty much 45 and 50. we hold in the mid 50s for today. the big picture not much downstream. the high pressure is building in. addition clouds and some of the clouds are clipping southern wisconsin for this morning. you are seeing most cloudy skies in place, i open this afternoon more sunshine. 57 madison.
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the first cut forecast for this morning, extra hot with the chill in the air. the sun and clouds trade places. we look at a mittel more sunshine and mid 50s. now to matt up in news chopper 12. >> sally, right now we are looking at 94 eastbound, westbound at 68th street. the ramp is blocked off. it is hard to see what is going on here, i don't see anything but the squad i don't see an accident in the darkness. but the right lane and the off ramp is blocked, 94 westbound at 68th street. try holly or 84th street. we have delays on the bypass northbound. crash being reported over on highway 41 at capitol drive.
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situations. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> thank you, matt. ben: now to our big story this morning, the final presidential debate of the 2016 election. donald trump and hillary clinton met face-to-face in las vegas last night. tim, some heated moments are getting a lot of attention. especially with the election less than 20 days away. abc news' maggie rulli is in washington with the latest. >> in yet another debate filled with more memorable moments. a basic foundation of democracy steals the show. >> do you make the same commitment that you will absolutely, sir, that you will absolutely accept the result of this election? >> i will tell you at the time. i'll keep you in suspense, okay? >> well, chris, let me respond to that because that's horrifying. >> the night quickly turning personal. >> such a nasty woman. >> i think he's unfit. >> but the two candidates did start things off by talking policies, from abortion and immigration. >> we have some bad hombre's here and we're going to get them out.
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bashing immigrants calling mexican immigrants criminals, rapists and drug dealers. >> to foreign policy, clinton calling out trump's relationship with russian president vladamir putin. >> he'd rather have a puppet as president. >> no puppet, no puppet. >> and it's pretty clear -- >> you're the puppet. >> and not letting him off the hook for his controversial statements and actions regarding women. >> he goes after their dignity, their self-worth, and i don't think there is a woman anywhere who doesn't know what that feels like. blanket denial. >> nobody has more respect for women than i do. nobody. >> trump then, accusing clinton of what he called criminal acts like deleting emails and questioning the value of her experience. >> it is bad experience, because what you have done turned out baddy. >> >> clinton fires back with her own line on experience. >> on the day when i was in the situation room, monitoring the raid that brought osama bin laden to justice, he was hosting
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years of experience. >> this debate was trump's last chance to confront clinton and try to regain momentum as the latest polls show clinton pulling away with the race. maggie rulli abc news washington tim: thanks, maggie. at the end of the debate, the candidates gave a final message to voters. hillary clinton said she's reaching out to all americans, from all parties. donald trump said he will make america great again. melinda? melinda: just hours after the ba is now turning its attention to wisconsin. trump's daughter ivanka will be in town later today. she'll headline campaign events in wauwatosa and eau claire. good morning, hillary. reporter: ivanka is headed to wisconsin today. later this morning right behind me here and speaking at the crowne plaza milwaukee west.
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of her father. she's making two stops in the badger state. the first stop is tosa. doors open at 11:45. then ivanka heads to eau claire for a 2:30 appearance. both events are open to the public, but you have to register in advance with the republican party of wisconsin. so again, ivanka trump is coming here campaign. >> hillary, thank you. abc news has reporters traveling with the trump and clinton campaigns. look for full coverage of the election and last night's debate today on "good morning america." that's starting at 7:00. >> a man is shot an a milwaukee
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serious injuries. he was shot during an attempted robbery. the shooter apparently ran away after wards. now we are still working to learn whether anything was taken in the attempted robbery. first responders tried to help the victim at the scene. we hope to learn more about his condition later in the day. ben: later today, battling a public health issue. the milwe tackling opioid abuse. the medical college of wisconsin will update the committee on their work to reduce drug use. the college has programs that are working to cut down on drug abuse and dependency. wisn 12 news time now is 6:36.
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ben: the us postal service is investigating after a mailman was caught on camera dumping his deliveries. >> now a live look outside. we have a traffic alert here. we talk about this when we come back.
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>> good morning. thank you for joining us. we are looking at problems on the roadways, 94 eastbound at moreland road. it is bunching up. a crash reported at sunny slope road. we have a crash westbound, deputies have ramp closed off. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> matt, thank you. melinda: new this morning, a swimmer gets stranded at sea at night.
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the dark. randall hackett and his son-in-law went swimming just before sunset. they got separated and hackett got lost at sea. rescue crews say he was wearing a wetsuit which helped prevent hypothermia. this morning hackett is safe at home. >> right now, we're seeing new video from a gas explosion in portland. melinda: firefighters evacuated the building just minutes before it exploded. the building was home to a bagel shop. officials say a natural gas leak is to blame for the explosion which sparked a large fire. three firefighters were hurt two, have broken legs. three civilians and two police officers had minor injuries. but amazingly, no one was melinda: new this morning, hundreds of letters end up dumped in the woods. ben: the us postal service is investigating after a mailman was caught on camera dumping his deliveries. a woman in georgia spotted the mailman emptying out his truck so she started recording. she says at one point he took a break and then got right back to work dumping the letters on the ground. the us postal service called in
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mess and get the mail back on track. letters from grandma. >> wisn 12 news time is 6:42. walking out of the classroom. melinda: thousands of teachers are going on strike today. the universities that'll be impacted by the campus walk-out. ben: plus, cold and flu season just around the corner. the three things you can do today to help keep your family
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i'm russ feingold and i approve this message. you know, seven hundred thousand dollars in the scheme
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seven hundred thousand dollars a year. all told, he took a ten million dollar corporate payout then moved to washington. where he fights against even the existence of any federal minimum wage. millions for him. not even $7.25 an hour for us. senator ron johnson. for big corporate interests,
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>> good morning. 6:45. thank you for joining us. we have trouble on i-94. this is blocked. it was called in as a crash. they have walked to the bottom of the ramp and top of the ramp and they are blocking the right lane to exit at 68th street. they have a delay starts around 25th street and continuing past 68th street. crash eastbound. that is behind the construction
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sunny slope road. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. melinda: right now, a temporary pause in aleppo is giving relief to people who live in the syrian city. tim, will this ceasefire last? tim: it's meant to last for less than 12 hours, but russia's president says it could go on longer. russian and syrian forces will hold off on airstrikes to give civilians in aleo aleppo has been under bombardment for more than a year. french and german officials are currently meeting with vladimir putin demanding an end to those airstrikes and putin says the ceasefire could be extended depending on what happens in the next few hours in aleppo and at those meetings in berlin. ben, over to you. ben: right now, iraqi forces are working their way toward mosul to try and force isis out of the city. it's been under isis control for two years.
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in mosul, iraq's second largest city. iraqi and kurdish forces have now freed at least 13 villages near mosul as they move closer to the city. it could take weeks or months to take mosul back from isis. melinda: right now, thousands of professors in pennsylvania are on strike. faculty at 14 different state universities will picket again today after a disappointing contract negotiation. union members walked off the job yesterday. the pennsylvania state system of higher education say h already made the union its best offer. ben: new this morning, while the presidential candidates were battling it out onstage, there was a winner in the audience. 13-year-old jade thomas won an essay contest and a ticket to the debate. >> i want to hear what they are going to do for the young generations because that's what the country is going to be like in 20 years, and i want to see what they are going to say about
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>> that is a great question. ben: jade served as a student reporter at the debate for pbs education. her essay was an open letter to donald trump about life with a single mother who's trying to earn a fair wage. melinda: ken bone was the unexpected star of the second presidential debate, but we may not find out if he ever made up his mind about who to vote for. >> once i tell anyone who i'm voting for, i lost my opportunity to get out the vote. i don't care who you te your voice heard. if you listen to the fat guy from st. louis, you're not listening to your own thoughts and conscience. melinda: that's what he told jimmy kimmel last night. kimmel sent him to las vegas to report on the debate. bone and his red sweater went viral after the second debate when he asked the candidates a question about the energy industry. >> do you think he's got more than one of those?
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at the alaska zoo in anchorage are getting political. the zoo is once again holding an election to see who will become zoo president. the incumbent is a polar bear, but it seems like zoo visitors are ready for a change, the polar bear is far behind a magpie named george and denali the wolf. how do they run together? >> i want the magpie to that may be what's holding the polar bear back running alongside a russian. >> i mean that's kind of a controversy. olga is a wolverine and she's right here and she's from russia. melinda: i love this story. ben: so far, george the magpie is winning the election. there is the wolf too. it costs one dollar to vote. so far the zoo has raised nearly $15,000.
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sally: sure. the only place to do that legally too. this race ends on election day november 8th. sally: we are ten minutes before 7:00. on the way to the highs in the mid 50s. jackets for today and tomorrow and saturday. a lot of low cool front. it came through dry and breezy. here we are getting a look at sheboygan, where the temperatures 46 degrees. you can see the breezes, some of the water crashing up and over the break wall. the fall colors are peaking in the southern half of the state and southeast. the weekend weather cooperates if you would like to take a drive to see the fall colors. the clouds remain mostly in place for us.
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the breezes are significant along the lake as well. the cool front is continuing to sag to the south and taking some of the clouds with it. even by this afternoon a little more sun. today at noon, the afternoon hours, fair amount of clouds, the winds are a little more north in the afternoon. we'll see the clouds along the shores. over night, i am concerned about the frost, espll lake michigan, clearing skies and light winds and plenty in the way of sunshine tomorrow. it is cooler tomorrow. 55 today. 53 tomorrow. 37 tonight. 36 tomorrow. if you have plants out, cover them up or bring them in. 60s by sunday. matt? >> sally, 94 westbound we have a
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ramp. delays start at 25th and continue out. the ramp is shutdown, use holly road or 84th street. now delays 94 eastbound 14 minutes. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. melinda: new from overnight, dozens of protesters gather in new york city after a fatal police shooting. tim, what do we know about that shooting? tim: deborah danner was in her apartment in the bronx when an officer shot her. neighbors called police because danner was acting erratically. she had schizophrenia and a history of not taking her medication. the officer says she tried to hit him with a baseball bat. he fired two shots killing her. new york's mayor and the nypd commissioner have both said that shooting should not have
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in the bronx demanding justice. back to you. >> a nasty surprise for a driver in florida. he was drive technical car when a snake comes out. it was six feet long. the drooir closed the ac vents just in case the snake could slikter throug yikes. ben: new this morning, a connecticut man ends up in jail thanks to his love for espresso and gourmet cookies. stamford police say donald newman-smith was arrested for allegedly robbing a convenience store. he was caught after stopping an officer asking for directions to a nearby pastry shop. police found the suspect sitting on the patio drinking espresso and eating a plate of cookies. >> update on the world supply of wine. a new report finds that floods, draukt, frost and hail hurt the
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south america, but italy is the top wine producer despite the problems. the wine making in the u.s. went up 2%. melinda: halloween is right around the corner and people are stocking up on trick-or-treat candy. if you want to make kids happy on halloween, go with reese's peanut butter cups. why? that's the most popular candy in the u.s. according to you like top choices too. what do you like, tim? tim: reese's, no butter fingers. ben: they get stuck in the teeth. melinda: how about this one? candy corn made an appearance at the top of the list too. tim and ben do not like candy corn. >> i like one kernel a year.
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you are out numbered. what do you say, let us know. melinda: new this morning, it's fall. and that means cold and flu season is around the corner! experts say, in the course of a year, people in the u.s. suffer through as many as one billion colds. and five to twenty percent of folks will get the flu. there are some steps you can take to protect your family. melinda: what are the top three tips you can give us to stay healthy during cold and flu season. >> first thing i recommend is washr full 20 seconds. the next thing is to avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth, and then lastly and more importantly, don't forget to get your flu shot and that includes for kids too. melinda: experts say if you do get sick, get plenty of rest and drink lots of fluids. you have heard that before. for breathing issues, use a humidifier, and gargle with salt water to soothe your throat. all good advice.
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>> a final check on the forecast too. first a live look outside from news chopper 12. matt is flying high and keeping an eye on the roads before you
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i'm russ feingold and i approve this message. on healthcare, russ feingold will work with both parties to i want to do the hard work of improving the system so it works for middle class families. but in washington, senator ron johnson sides with big insurance. voting to make medicare a voucher program, forcing seniors to pay more for prescription drugs, and letting insurance companies deny coverage to cancer patients.
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>> good morning. thank you for joining us. 94 westbound the lane is reopened. the off ramp is shutdown. the officers are looking up and
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looking for something. the delays from 25th to the ramp. delays eastbound into downtown. the crash behind the barrels at sunny slope. getting reports of a crash at florist and green bay. >> otherwise we sit in the 50s today. the morning clouds and afternoon. a few peeks of the sun. winds, 37 tonight. we have a little frost tomorrow morning and saturday morning. it is cool. but a jacket. light winds for the weekend. a-okay. >> candy corn, thumbs up or down? >> up. i am the only one. i am out numbered. oh well.
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>> kickoff tonight. color rush uniforms too. good morning, america. breaking overnight debate night stunner. donald trump refused to say he'll accept the election results claiming the system is rigged. >> i'm not looking at anything now. i'll look at it at the time. i'll keep you in suspense. >> that's horrifying. you know, every time donald thinks things are not going in his direction he claims whatever it is is rigged against him. >> trump hitting clinton on her experience. >> she's been doing this for 30 years. why the hell didn't you do it over the last 15, 20 years? >> battling over putin and russia. >> he'd rather have a puppet. >> no puppet. no puppet. >> it's pretty clear. >> tangling over immigration. >> we have some bad hombres here and we're going to get them out. >> that plan to build a wall.


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