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[captioning made possible by wisn-tv] >> now, on wisn 12 news. thema: one fan war to the last night's wisconsin badgers game that has sparked on outcry on social media, and what the university has to say about it all. plus, going door to door, but not for candy. why you will see officers patrolling more neighborhoods this halloween. first though, and live look outside on the sunday morning. some of the mid-wicking up to some spotty showers. good morning and welcome to wisn 12 news this morning. it is have :00 on this sunday,
let's get your day started with a look at your forecast. here's weather watch 12 meteorologist jeremy nelson. good morning jeremy. jeremy: good morning, the pavement a little damp this morning with some showers just within the last hour or so. they want last that long here is the wisconsin illinois state line where the main light rainfall is at right now going to lake geneva. there could be leftover sprinkles up to our north sheboygan counties for the otherwise, the rain for the most part will depart within the next 90 minutes. in lake geneva, east towards kenosha some light rain showers that will last all that long. at that hour weather window right now some damp pavement it is 52 degrees with the north northeast brees at 12 miles per hour. not a lot of temperature fluctuation to they will probably drop a couple of degrees by 7:00 a.m. to the
that is right on target we should be this afternoon. thema: thank you, jeremy. controversy at the wisconsin nebraska game, not for the score, but for a costume one fan was wearing in the stands. a fan posted this photo to twitter and shared with university police. the image shows the person wearing an obama mask with a noose around his neck. a fan with that man was wearing a donald trump mask. university officials say the person was asked to remove the offensive pieces of the costume and he did and was allowed to stay. the university issued this statement following the game saying in part the costume, while repugnant and counter to the values of the university and athletic department, was an exercise of the individual's right to free speech. the university also exercised its rights by asking the individual to remove the offensive parts of the costume.
meanwhile, university police say 25 people were arrested during the game, 11 of them students. a total of 69 people were ejected from the stadium. both teams pegging their big ten west division title hopes on this game. in wisconsin's second drive of the game alex hornibrook finds play action on the past there for the 30 yard pickup. on the very next play bradrick shaw gets the call and he weaves his way up the middle into the endzone putting the badgers up seven to nothing. badgers led by three at halftime. fast forward to the fourth quarter tommy armstrong goes in for the score but the huskers eventually tie it with a field goal to take things into overtime. wisconsin gets the touchdown, nebraska can't convert and its game over. the badgers win in overtime
that coach leonard put in us. when we get a chance to do it, which is try to do it. >> there was a sense of calm and confident our defense had to go out there and make stops for the fans who not going to let another close one overtime night game slip by our fingers again. thema: next saturday the badgers head to evanston to play northwestern. first win of the season over head coach jason kidd's former team the brookyln nets. last night at the b mo harris bradley center: giannis antetokounmpo with a big dunk right off the bat. giannis scores 21 points. tony snell made his bucks debut last night. he's been nursing a sprained ankle the last few weeks, but came out to score six points on the night. rashad vaughn led the way for milwaukee here's three of his 22 points to help the bucks defeat
the packers are back in action atlanta tonight. the pack will be short handed once more. cornerbacks damarious randall and quinten rollins have been ruled out along with running back james starks and tight end jared cook. randall cobb, ty montgomery, clay matthews, and t j lang are all listed as questionable. green bay will play in the georgia dome for the first time in five years. aaron rodgers' best playoff game ever came in that building en route to super bowl 45. rodgers led green bay to a 48 21 win with 366 passing yards and three touchdown tosses and a 136 quarterback rating. both teams have seriously shuffled their lineups in the years since. >> it does for me. but the thing about this link that is special is just so many young guys each year games like
memories we can store away in our minds and have some good feelings and memories about if we go down there and take care of business. thema: green bay tweeting out this photo of the q b overnight saying midnight in atlanta. it's officially gameday. kick off is at 3:25 this afternoon. later today, kids won't be the only ones going door-to-door this halloween. from 11:00 a.m. until 5:00 law enforcement teams in muk doors of known sex offenders. the halloween patrol happens every year, in cities across the state. it's to make sure they're not handing out candy and don't have up decorations. this is video from last year's patrols when officers checked on 174 registered sex offenders. eight people were arrested for violating probation. trick or treating is tonight in communities across southeastern wisconsin. families in costume will hit the streets from one to four this afternoon in brown deer,
we've posted a full list of times on wisn.com and on the free 12 news mobile app. in thiensville, families are invited to donate food to local pantries while out trick or treating. firefighters will take their fire vehicles out to collect donations during trick or treating hours from three until six tonight. the firefighters will take non perishable food items to donate and will also be handing out candy. today is your last chance to tour the ghostly ship along milwaukee lakefront. transformed for halloween. tors start at 10:00 this morning. tickets are four dollars for discovery world members and six dollars for non members. and grab your wands and enjoy some magical trivia. three lions pub in shorewood will be hosting a harry potter trivia night. there's also a costume contest. the questions began at 7:00 tonight. and harry potter comes to life
only on wisn 12 news, ben hutchison gives us an inside look and introduces us to the woman behind the magic. >> it is going to be the potion area. i'm shifting it over this year. >> the plans are coming together, that is not all. >> honey dukes will go under attempt house here. >> for the 5th straight year dody marriott is transforming her ra wizardry made famous in harry potter. > we have our hogwarts express sign. >> part of the train that carry students back-and-forth with a magical world. >> the smoke stack about 14-15 feet tall. >> with all the spells 10 books other than most important story is this year's display is extra
a the second in april and of the going through chemo up until two weeks ago. >> the whole time these moments bringing harry potter to life the focus. >> that was from the beginning that was from the beginning this wanting and going to keep. >> sharing her passion with the community. >> the first kid that comes through and is just thrilled with it makes it all worth it. thema: hogwarts is on capitol drive in hartland. you can visit tonight and tomorrow from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. admission is free, but you're encouraged to bring non perishable food items for the hartland food pantry. looking ahead, the south shore terrace beer garden in bayview is closing for the season. you're invited to come celebrate and enjoy free beer and root beer starting at 3:00 this afternoon. the drinks are free until the kegs are empty. the terrace opens earlier, at 11 this morning, but the free
3:00 p.m. wisn news time, 30 million albums and counting. how singer kenny chesney is being honored for his chart topping music career. the first american woman to fly in space honored on the open seas. a look at the new ship named for sally ride. and here's jeremy nelson in the weather center. jeremy: good sunday morning, we are tracking a few showers on the radar returns coming up.
the meteorologist jeremy nelson is up next when the sun will be out this morning. also three crew members from the , international space station are back on solid ground. overnight nasa astronaut kate rubins, a japanese astronaut, and a russian cosmonaut landed safely in kazakhstan. nasa tweeted this video of them unloading from their soyuz spacecraft. the three spent 115 days in space. this was rubins first mission to the international space station. she was able to complete two spacewalks, including one with wisconsin native jeff williams. she also conducted various biology and biotechnology experiments. rubins now heads to houston for debriefing. from space to the sea, the navy's newest research vessel is named after astronaut sally ride. the sally ride opens for public tours today in san diego. while the ship is owned by the navy, it's operated by the
20 scientists can work onboard at one time. they plan to study marine mammals and plant life, ocean currents, and the effect of humans on our oceans. >> 2 billion people depend on seafood as their primary protein. of course we want to study fish and ecosystems. thema: sally ride was the first american woman to fly into space. the first research cruise begins in early november. first lady michelle obama dedicath submarine. the uss illinois is named for the first lady's home state. reporter joseph wenzel takes us to the ceremony. >> officers and crew of the uss illinois, man our ship and bring her to life. >> and with that order. the 132 crew members and officers of the uss illinois began active service for the navy's newest submarine. built here in connecticut by electric boat. as well as in rhode island and virginia by newport news
>> we are proud of the role we played in designing and building this 13th ship of the virginia class, the newest and most capable submarine in the united states navy fleet. >> the $2.7 billion submarine is needed to begin replacing submarines that served during the cold war. >> while the equipment and technology is awesome, it is only an assembly of inanimate objects. it is the crew that builds the ship to life, animating every aspect of the ship. ca gathered at the pier for the commissioning. that the crew worked tirelessly as the sub was built and their families have sacrificed. the first lady who is from chicago. has made supporting military families her priority. thema: that was joseph wenzel reporting. the submarine has the capability to attack targets on shore with cruise missiles and conduct covert long term surveillance. marinette marine in northern
littoral combat ships for the u.s. navy. the navy secretary visited the company last week to check on the progress. marinette marine has already delivered four of the ships to the navy, however three have broken down since leaving wisconsin. the navy secretary says those ships will be used for training purposes. 5:17 now on this sunday morning, the day before halloween but many communities trick-or-treating especially out in milwaukee. careful of the kids out there. jeremy: the pavement this morning is a little damp but i think it will dry out early this afternoon many kids want to get the trick-or-treating done maybe watch the packer game later. thema: absolutely, and the sort out their candy while they're watching the game. jeremy: maybe the kid who just have a little bit of candy this afternoon. let's talk about the trick-or-treat forecast between 1:00 and 4:00 and if your community you can stop by
your area. it was see a few peeks of sunshine developing this afternoon and i figuratively the heavy coat at home it is a little bit cooler for today as our highest remain in the 50's. let's start things off by taking a look outside our weather window. where the camera pointed towards the hoan bridge area notice above that a lot of gray skies out there. have a couple of showers slipping through about 60 minutes those are down to the south of milwaukee. i wouldn't be surprised if we squeeze out a sprinkle until about 7:00 a.m. amy some sun mid-to-late morning better chances of some sunshine this afternoon with the north northeast breeze know much of a temperature client today low to mid 50's in southeastern wisconsin. we squeeze out just a couple of showers in milwaukee to shower third is now down closer to the state line just south of lake
to your seeing a little damp weather maybe a sprinkle or some drizzle around west bend want to get past 7:00 rate :00 this morning not much rain across the area. 52 degrees in milwaukee currently with the northeast breeze i expect this number in the low 50's will probably drop off two or three more degrees and will land in the upper 40's and start a gradual temperature climb which will take us back into the mid-50's by this afternoon. the spread of temperatures across the state right at superior also at 40 degrees. across other wisconsin we about 10 degrees better. still some low 50's hanging on, this is cooler than yesterday but keep in mind the average nighttime lows for this time of the year in mid-october upper 30's in milwaukee. if nothing like that in the seven day forecast. for today, a lot of clouds this morning and little bit more the way of sunshine during the afternoon. 53 in sheboygan 55 in milwaukee.
northeast at five of 15 miles round our. quiet weather for halloween the sea highs around 60 degrees a breezy day dry on tuesday with a high of 70 and i want to fast-forward to what could be a rainy day returning to the forecast as the front moves in along with low pressure. wednesday plan on some rain showers to really that is about it in the 70 forecast when it comes to wet weather. instead, warm temperatures by what will be early novem in the think we may touch 70 by november 1. november will start up very warm. we settle back to the lower 60's in the average high will be close to 52. thema: thank you, right now 5:20. a renovation fit for the king. how you can enjoy the royal treatment inside elvis' graceland estate. and later using social media to rock the vote. the new feature on facebook
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better pancakes now in holiday flavors. thema: new this morning a , country music star receiving a big award later this week. ? thema: kenny che receive the pinnacle award during the 50th annual cma awards. he joins garth brooks and taylor swift as the only recipients. the award recognizes an artist who has achieved global prominence through performances and record sales. chesney has 28 number one country songs and has sold over 30 million albums. and you can watch the cma awards only right here on wisn 12. carrie underwood and brad paisley are hosting the show,
and tim mcgraw. you can watch the cma's live this wednesday, november 2nd at at 7:00 p.m.. new this morning after months of anticipation and hard work, the guesthouse at graceland has opened its doors to the public. it's a hotel in the heart of elvis presley's graceland estate in memphis. the $90 million hotel has 450 rooms and v i p suites designed by priscilla presley. it also has a large outdoor pool and pool bar, themed restaurants, meeting spaces, and a 464 seat theater for live performances. wisn news tom right now 5:25. central italy's toppled by another earthquake, damage reports are just coming into our newsroom. how families are dealing with the aftershocks this morning. and here's a live look outside as we head to break.
>> now, on wisn news 12. thema: good morning and welcome this morning. i'm thema ponton. on this sunday, october 30th. we were check in right now with meteorologist jeremy nelson in the weather center. as we end october to be is a o degrees yesterday, we have another one in the forecast some pretty good fall weather that was included early this morning we keep a close eye on the doppler 12 radar. the green the percent some light rain and thema said she ran her wipers a couple of times but most of the rain as transition down to the south closer to the state line even those areas was
around the north northeast breeze 52 degrees currently dipping to 49 by 7:00 a.m. that would recover back to the middle 50's this afternoon in little more sunshine past midday. you will see lots of clouds and some damp pavement. we talk about that 70 in the 70 forecast and also a rainy day we get to that, coming up. thema: you can track the forecast on the go this weekend with our free app. we'll also send any weather alerts right to your cell phone. new, badgers fans at camp randall cause some controversy at last night's game. photos posted on social media show a fan wearing a president barack obama costume with a noose around the neck. another fan is wearing a donald trump mask. the university of wisconsin says it found out about the costumes during the first half of the game. authorities asked the group to take off the nooses. according to the university, masks are not allowed to be worn
can be worn once inside and seated. the university released this statement, saying in part the costume, while repugnant and counter to the values of the university and athletic department, was an exercise of the individual's right to free speech. the university also exercised its rights by asking the individual to remove the offensive parts of the costume. uw madison police chief said on amendment rights doesn't require good taste. showing up badger in obama mask and a noose around his neck is a prime example. the badgers played a winning game against nebraska last night, which also coincided with the university's annual freak fest bringing many fans out in costume. a total of five people were arrested at the badgers game. a man's body found in a submerged car in kenosha county is still un identified. the body was discovered in an
and county highway b, southeast of burlington. the group who found the body is still waiting to see if it may be identified as their missing friend. happening now overseas, another powerful earthquake in italy. the 6.6 magnitude quake happened just a few hours ago in parts of central and southern italy. there are no immediate reports of injuries or death. this comes after a week of tremors in the area. two months ago almost 300 people were killed by an earthquake that leveled several small towns in italy. this morning's earthquake sent existing damaged buildings crumbling, including this historic church, the basilica of saint benedict. monks say the church is completely flattened. we'll continue to keep you updated on this developing story throughout the morning. new developments this morning in the race for president. right now the fbi is reviewing more emails in the investigation of hillary clinton's private
candidate is talking about the new development. this all started thursday when f bi agents revealed new emails while investigating a sexting scandal involving former congressman anthony weiner. he's the estranged husband of top clinton aide huma abedin. right now there is no evidence of wrongdoing by clinton. but the fbi director felt compelled to tell congress about the emails, because he previously said the inig the department of justice traditionally does not take up investigations this close to an election. >> director comey was the one who worded letter there is light on facts and heavy on in your window knowing full well what republicans would do with that. >> voters deserve to get full and complete facts and so we called on director comey to explain everything right away,
thema: clinton's emails are big topics for both candidates on the campaign trail. clinton acknowledged the issue during a campaign stop in florida yesterday. republican nominee donald trump says clinton's behavior is corrupt. election day is now just nine days away. wisconsin is about to get a lot of attention. donald trump will be visiting the state next week. we're hearing he will make an appearance in eau claire on tuesday. we're still waiting to receive mo d the clinton campaign is also targeting wisconsin. chelsea clinton will be back to campaign for her mother. she'll be in eau claire and oshkosh next wednesday and milwaukee on thursday. this is video from her trip to madison earlier this week. clinton's running mate and vp nominee tim kaine is also heading back to wisconsin.
that is happening on election day, wisn 12 news and abc news will have you covered on election day. watch our live coverage from across wisconsin and the country, on air and online starting at 4:00 p.m. on november 8th. early voting is in full swing. how will it influence the elections here in wisconsin? plus, a look at what donald trump needs to run up the score in waukesha, ozaukee and washington counties. that's just a few of the topics today on upfront with mike gousha. >> new jersey senator cory booker is one of the democrats rising stars. this morning i will sit down with them to ask if he is confident about democrats chances of winning majority control of the senate. i ask a donald trump supporter why he is been struggling so far. 400-5000 statement the -- citizens have heard of or default of why democratic
advance. that is all coming up this morning at 9:00. thema: after upfront, stay tuned at 9:30 for this week with george stephanopoulus. that's followed by matter of fact with soledad o'brien at 10:30. this week a longtime gop operative joins soledad for a closer look at the trump effect on the republican party and what the party will look like after the election. facebook is trying to help voters before they head to the polls. the social media website is now offering information gathered issues and candidates on your ballot. it's called vote planner. it lets you save and print your choices so you can take them with you to the voter booth. facebook says it's just another way to encourage civic engagement. you can now go into all three of the mitchell park domes. months after falling concrete forced the closure of the desert dome, it reopened yesterday. it was closed for several months
with the mesh up and all of the domes back open, county officials want to stress, it's only a temporary fix. >> this is going to give us five years to decide what are we going to do with the conservatory. that is really what this is. it did not repair anything, it simply made the dome safe. thema: a community task force has been created to talk about the best way to keep the popular tourist attraction open and later today, a big event at bayshore town center. it's the annual canstruction. sculptures of canned food will be on display starting today. the exhibit is free and open to the public through tuesday. the canned food will then be donated to the jewish community pantry, a local hunger relief organization. candy, costumes, and haunted houses. a look at some of the things happening around the area this halloween weekend. plus, a potentially lethal
-- situation. the number of drivers that aren't getting their airbags replaced despite numerous warnings. plus jeremy nelson is in the weather center. jeremy: good a sunday morning, we are tracking an early november warm up when highs hit 70, coming up. >> get important local news wherever you are with wisn 12
>> leading the way with important local coverage you're , watching wisn 12 news this morning. 12 news this morning continues. thema: welcome back to wisn 12 news this morning. 5:41 right now on this sunday morning. a couple of rain drops on our camera there somewhat pavement as you head out this morning. we're in the weather center with jeremy nelson. the wipers going in to mid only this morning. jeremy: and the communities
off from work and the kids off school today. early this morning a be a little damp out there because some showers overnight still the possibility of some light rain or drizzle around beaver dam. that drops down to the south. it was a more organized area of showers just down to the south. we're looking at some cooler weather conditions today, 55 we talk about what is ahead as we start november, coming up. thema: new york's metropolitan opera. people had to leave the building. someone sprinkled a mystery powder into the orchestra pit during an intermission and ran away. the rest of the performance was cancelled. no one was hurt. police say the powder may have been the ashes of an opera fan, but they're still trying to confirm that. now the latest on the investigation into a fire on board an american airlines flight.
finding engine pieces nearly 3000 feet away from the plane. it burst into flames friday on the o'hare airport tarmac. a federal investigator says fuel caught fire under the right wing and a tire blew. 161 passengers were on board 20 went to hospitals with minor injuries. this weekend marks four years since superstorm sandy hit the east coast. the storm devastated the coastlines of new york and new jersey. to this day some areas are still struggling to recover. the storm surge from sandy caused much of the damage. the storm is blamed for at least 182 deaths in the u.s. developing this morning, protestors trying to block the dakota access oil pipeline project are calling for unity. more than 100 protestors gathered to pray together yesterday. this comes after days of confrontations with police. at least 141 people were arrested on friday.
because they say it will hurt the environment and destroy native american land. project developers say the pipeline will reduce u.s. reliance on foreign oil. thousands of honda owners have yet to get their airbags repaired despite repeated warnings from the automaker. the airbags made by takata have an extremely high chance of rupturing and causing injury or death. honda says it has sent out letters, facebook ads, and made telephone calls. 300,000 hondas still have the malfunctioning airbags. new information about the death of marlins pitcher jose ferenandez. a toxicology report reveals he had cocaine and alcohol in his system, at the time of a deadly boat crash. fernandez and two friends were killed when their boat hit a jetty off miami beach last month. it's not clear which one of them was driving the boat.
away from their first championship since 1948. cleveland has a three to one lead over the chicago cubs after last night's win at wrigley field. the indians hit two home runs. the final score, 7 to 2. game 5 is tonight at wrigley. the green bay packers take on the falcons in atlanta later today. they'll play in the georgia dome for the first time in five years. four players are questionable for tonight's game. wide receiver randall co linebacker clay matthews have hamstring injuries. ty montgomery has an illness. t.j. lang has a hip injury. kickoff for this afternoon's game is set for 3:25. the halloween weekend festivities continue later today. starting this morning with a little bit of a workout. the first ever halloween hustle 5k is at veterans park. the halloween themed run starts at 9:00 this morning.
tonight is your last chance to check out the great pumpkin festival in whitefish bay. it's tonight starting at six at old schoolhouse park, right across from the library. and looking ahead, the ghost train will make its debut just in time for halloween. it's a re creation of the twin cities 400 pictured here. the vessel was touted at the time as the world's fastest passenger train. it crossed the oak leaf trail bridge above capitol drive from 1935 to 1963. the ghost train will use led lights programmed for a 30 second light show to replicate the train's old schedule. you can see it in action, tomorrow night at 7:00 p.m. in shorewood. and just a reminder, many communities have trick or treat tonight. we've posted a list of times and places on our website wisn.com. you'll also find it on the 12
for anyone heading outside today, a solid weather day for it. jeremy: it looks ok this afternoon, then a little damp and dreary we have some wet pavement so just slow down a little bit this morning. ahead to next sunday coming want to enjoy today because next sunday you know what happens? thema: the clocks go back. jeremy: we fall back and look what that does to our sunset time. thema: jeremy: the benefit is the sunrise will be earlier that is good for the kids at the bus stop. we want everyone to see the kids standing at the bus stop right now it is pretty dark with at sunrise time. that is one week from today. the forecast looking to do some yard work with all kinds of leaves now with that steady rain we saw earlier post a many of leaves have dropped across the region.
some drizzle out there and spots 49 degrees might run on :00 a.m. the low 50's by midday. this is a pretty typical late october day with our temperatures a little more comfortable for doing some yard work into the middle 50's. early on this morning with a couple of pockets of a drizzle, maybe some light rain in our northern counties. it was a narrow band of showers to the southeast that will scoot into areas illinois. it is this batch of the drizzle that will persist for probably the next 1-2 hours then eventually that drops the south. i pointed our sheboygan camera to these lights because we have some water droplet on the camera lens the pavement is still wet, still some drizzle or light rain shower in sheboygan. 48 degrees right now it is a
a lot of lakeshore locations are holding pretty close to the water temperature with that northeast breeze. right through st. francis down towards oak creek we see caledonia and to south side of kenosha. i do to the state line temperatures close to 50. feature cast for today we fast-forward to around 10:00 a.m. this morning. we may select cloud across the area but it is not showing much in the way of green good news there and we try to work in a little bit of sunshine the closer we get to midday. we still keep the gray here's even want to be bound into the afternoon we will keep skies probably mostly cloudy with a couple of peeks of sunshine here and there. it is drive for chapter treat in milwaukee from 1:00 until 4:00 this afternoon. we will try to clear things out here anger partial clearing overnight. the wind will swing to the
in our direction highs late on monday upper 50's to around 60 degrees. that starts off a warm stretch of weather once again with potentially getting 70 degrees on tuesday than other fund gets stretched across the midwest and the good have another potentially rainy day on wednesday. that is probably when you want the umbrella outside this morning. the next chance will be on cold air site for the -- inside for the first week of november. here is your weather watch week ahead we are cooler to end the weekend some showers around early this morning been peeks of son this afternoon breezy and a dry for halloween, a late day high of 60. a chance of rain returns for wednesday. cold air masses insight we saw
that will have to occur sometime during week two or three of november. thank you, dante's inferno comes to life. still ahead, a preview of tom hanks is new murray in theaters -- movie in theaters. plus here's what is coming up next on good morning america. >> coming up, hillary clinton fighting back slamming the fbi director for announcing agency will be investigating the newly discovered e-mails for the meanwhile, trump on offense is the latest tracking poll shows extremely tight race. this morning we hear from a passenger who escaped a harrowing moment on a tarmac what he has to say about his experience as we take a look at what caused this massive failure. i'll it a look at this the college athlete learning
finish line post-up it is all coming up on a busy sunday we will see you soon. >> got some extra time? download the mobile app for important local coverage. russ feingold voiceover: as i travel to all 72 counties - knocking on doors, talking to folks - what i hear the most is how hard it is
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thema: thema: welcome back as you live look outside it is 5:55 this morning a live look a couple of people out on the road this morning was a jeremy nelson is on the weather watch this morning up next with your forecast. only one movie is opening in r franchise featuring a major star. david daniel takes a look. >> the professor has become a liability. >> go go. let's get him. here, here. there's always a way out. >> it's nice to have you back, professor. david: tom hanks is back as puzzle solving professor robert langdon in ?inferno,? his third
is along for this adventure, involving a virus that could kill half the people on earth. it could be lonely at the box office, it's the weekend's only new wide release. analysts expect a debut of $20 million to $25 million a far cry from ?the da vinci code's? $77 million debut, but more than enough to top all returning films and finish number one. in hollywood, i'm david daniel. thema: don't forget the country music awards are in just a few days right here on wisn 12 you wednesday, november 2nd at seven -- 7:00 p.m. we get a check about whether today for all the trick-or-treaters heading out today. jeremy: it should dry out it is damp and really this morning with a few more showers over the next couple of hours. they are dropping down to the south dunford washington and sheboygan likely see some light rain we had a couple of showers
that next the batch that would give us some drizzle and light rain this morning. here is a wider perspective to the north may be by this afternoon we could catch a little bit of sunshine. you could bring the umbrella probably won't be needed that much but for sure the pain made -- pavement will be wet. thema: kids need to worry their boots. jeremy: i would say now by this afternoon but probably don't wear your best tennis shoes.
good morning, america, new overnight. neck and neck. our latest abc news tracking poll showing hillary clinton's lead evaporating. now slamming fbi director james comey for announcing a review of newly discovered e-mails. >> it's deeply troubling. >> as donald trump ceases the moment. >> hillary has nobody but herself to blame. >> the breaking news. an earthquake in italy. the third in just days. buildings destroyed. the moment this facility silica toppled. nuns running for safety. the damage reports coming in and the fear of aftershocks. >> runway fire.