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[captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org ] [captioning made possible by wisn-tv] thema: outrage in the stands. what one fan wore to last night's wisconsin badgers game has sparked an media and the university's response. plus going door-to-door, plus not for candy, while you're see officers patrolling more neighborhoods this halloween. first, though, a live look outside in this sunday morning. you might be waking up to spotty showers. when those clear out and when we can expect to see the sun. good morning, everyone. welcome to wisn 12 news this morning. i'm thema ponton. 7:00 a.m. right now on this sunday october 30th. thank you so much for starting the day with us.
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meteorologist jeremy nelson is in the weather center. good morning. jeremy. jeremy: good sunday morning. everyone. a close eye on the doppler 12 radar network this morning. overnight a couple of showers, a pocket of drizzle and light rain closer to watertown, beaver dam, through the west bend area, port washington could see a few sprinkles. this to the south and maybe an hour or two down the road we're looking at primarily dry conditions. earlier in the morning. you can see it in the town of summit. this is the aurora hospital, i-94 running east and west that can be a little bit damp. and cloudy skies. if you need an umbrella maybe the next hour or so and makes. and hold close to 50 degrees once we gone into the afternoon. and a spew peaks of sun. and the highs in the middle 50 was.
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up. thema. thema: all right. thank you, jeremy. controversy at the wisconsin-nebraska game, not for the score, but a costume one fan was wearing thin stands. a fan posting this photo with twitter. the image shows a person wearing an president barack obama mask with a noose around this neck. a fan with that man was wearing a donald trump mask. university officials are saying the person was asked to remove the offensive pieces of the costume. they are saying he did and w the university issued this statement following the game. well, some people on social media are saying the police should have removed the fan from it game entirely.
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11 of them students. a total of 69 people were thrown out of the stadium. well as for the game both teams pegging their big test west titedle visions on it. the second quarter of the game. the play-action pass for the 30-yard pickup. and to the very next play, shaw would get the call and weave his way up the middle into the end zone. putting the badgers up halftime. and the fourth quarter, armstrong going in for the score. but the huskers tie it up with a february to take things to overtime. wisconsin getting the touchdown, nebraska, though, cannot convert. it is game over. the badgers win in o.t., 23-17. >> i mean, that's just confidence, that's the confidence, that, you know, coach leonard put in us. when we get a chance to do it, we just try to do it.
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confidence that our defense had coming out there. and to be able to go out there, make a stop for the fan. we were not going to let another close one, over time, night game, slip by our fingers again. thema: well next sad the badgers head to play northwestern. to the basketball court now. the bucks get their first win of the season. jason kidd's former team, and halloween action wi t last night at the center -- the big dunk right off the bat. he scored 21 points. tony snell made his bucks debut last night. he has been nursing a sprained ankle, but came out to score six points on the night. vaughn led the way for milwaukee, 22 points to help the bucks defeat the nets 110-108. football now, the packers back in action in atlanta tonight.
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more. randall and rulenvise been ruled out along with starks and cook. cob, montgomery, matthews and lang are all listed as questionable. grain bay will play in the georgia dome for the first time in five years. aaron rodgers best playoff game came in that building on route to super bowl xlv. rodgers led green bay to a 48-1 win, with 366 passing yards and three touchdown tosses, and 136 quarterback rating. both feels have shuffled their lineups in the years since. >> as for me -- i mean it, that, the, the thing about this league it is special, you have so many young guys every year. games like this can be birch marks for memories and that 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 and play the
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the photo of the quarterback overnight saying midnight in atlanta, it is officially game day. kickoff is at 3:25 this afternoon. wisn 12 news time coming up on 7:06. at least one more member of the common council is supporting the push to get video after deadly police shooting. protesters marched in downtown milwaukee on friday and took their complaints to the common council meeting. sylville smith was killed. 11 council members signed letters to the district attorney requesting video. during yesterday's public safety meeting we asked terry why he didn't sign. >> it was word properly. it was a good later. it, it dealt with reality. and -- what's going on, what has been going on.
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didn't sign the later. later today kids will not be the only ones going door-to-door this halloween. from 11:00 until 5:00, law enforcement teams in milwaukee county will be knocking on doors of known sex offenders. it halloween patrols happens every year. this is video from last year's patrols. officers checked 104 sex offenders. families in costumes will hit the streets from 1:00 to 4:00 this afternoon in several counties. we posted a full list of times on www.wisn.com and on the free wisn 12 news mobile app. families are invited to donate today to local pantries out trick-or-treating.
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6:00 tonight. the firefighters will take nonperishable food items to donate and also be handing out candy. today is your last chance to tour the ghostly ship along milwaukee's lakefront. sullivan has been trancefirmed for hall -- transformed for halloween. and grab your wands and enjoy magical trivia. three lions pubsh will be hosting a harry potter trivia night. and a cost up contest, the question begin at 7:00 tonight. and harry potter comes to live in heartland. you can check out the display up for halloween. only on wisn 12 news, ben hutchison gives us an inside look and introduces us to the woman behind the magic. >> this is going to be the portions area, i'm shifting it over. reporter: the plans are coming together. >> this is the great hall table.
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reporter: for the fifth straight year, dodi is transforming her garage into hogwarts, the school made famous in harry potter. >> we have our hog warts express sign. reporter: part of the train that carries students back and forth to the manacle world. >> the smokestacks 14 to 15 feet tall. reporter: with all of the spells and most important story is this year's display is extra special. >> in march i was diagnosed with breast cancer. i had a musectomy in april. >> bringing harry potter to life. >> that is from the beginning, the diagnosis. there is one thing, i want to do hogwarts. reporter: and sharing her pension with the community.
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through, they are so excited. reporter: ben hutchison, wisn 12 news. thema: you can find hogwarts on capital drive in heartland. you can visit tonight and tomorrow from 6:00 until 8:00 p.m. admission is free, but you're encouraged to bring nonperishable food items for the food pantry. and later today. the beer garden in bayview is closing for the season. you are invited to come and celebrate and enjoy free beer and rootbeer at 3:00 this te the drinks are free until the kegs are empty. now, the terrace opens earlier at 11:00, but again the free drinks don't start until 3:00. and wisn 12 news time right now, 7:10. 30 million albums and counting. kenomy chesney is being honored for his chart topping music career. a look at the new ship names for
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is in the weather center. good morning. jeremy: good sunday morning everyone. we're tracking showers on the network. coming up -- you're watching wisn 12 news this morning. (vo) combine the right things. and something amazing happens. that's our inspiration for fancy feast medleys. wild salmon primavera. tastes amazing. in gravy and pate.
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thema: welcome back to wisn 12 news this morning. a live look some spotty showers out there and wet pavement, and meteorologist jeremy nelson up next to let you know when the sun will come out. well this morning three crew members from the nassau county back on solid ground. overnight, nasa astronaut, and a
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isn't returned home. this is ruben's 15th submission to the i.s.s. she was able to complete two space walks, one with jeff williams and conducted various experiments. rubens heads to houston for debriefing up from space to the see, the navy's newest research vessel is madoff sally ride. the sally ride opened for public schools in san diego. it is owned by the navy it is operated by scrimms, 20 scientists can be on the sally ride at one time. >> 2 billion people depend on seafood as their primary protein, so of course we want to study fish.
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thema: the first research begins in early november. michelle obama dedicated the navy's newest submarines. the u.s.s. illinois is named for the first lady's home state. we go to the ceremony. >> officers and crew of the u.s.s. illinois. man our ship and bring her to life. reporter: and with that order the 132 crew members and officers of the u.s.s. illinois began active service for the navy's newest submarine built. >> we are proud of the role we played in designing and building this 13th ship of the virginia class. the newest most capable submarine. reporter: the 2.7 billion dollars submarine is needed to begin replacing submarines that served during the cold war. >> it is only an assembly of
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is the crew that brings the ship to life. reporter: cabin porter told those gathered at the pier for the commissioning, the crew worked tire lessly as the sib was built. thema: the subserene has the capability to attack targets onshore with cruise missiles and conduct long-term survey violence -- surveillance. marine has delivered four ships to the navy, however three have broken down since leaving wisconsin. the navy secretary is saying those ships will be used for training purposes. 7:17 right now on this sunday morning. not as mild out this morning as it was yesterday morning.
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jeremy: yeah. pretty seasonal for today. 50's, that is cooler. yesterday 70 in milwaukee and we started up in the 60's. you want a light jacket on or an extra layer. and the kids this afternoon, the plus side of the forecast we may have a few peaks of sunshine for the ghosts and gobins. dry weather for every one at maybe's trick-or-treat time between 1:00 and 4:00. and low to mid-60's for temperatures. and an extra layer or two under the costumes. and 50's have seasonal. it looks ok for trick-or-treating this afternoon. a little gray out there this afternoon. we had damp pavement in milwaukee, but with geez off of the lake and cloudy skies that moment. the lakeshore spath dried off a little bit here in milwaukee. and let's fill in the numbers this morning, the clouds give away to hints of sunshine from
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we keep a fairly brisk wind, north-northeast at 10 to 15 miles per hour and temperatures pretty steady this morning and climbing ever so slightly this afternoon to about 54 degrees. here's the radar replay over the last hour, not a lot out there, but we do have it focused in on a couple of little bands of light rain and drizzle drifting from the northeast to the south-southwest, there is one a little area that could grace downtown milwaukee within about the next 30 to 60 minutes. after that just we'll hopefully, work sunshine in as we go into the afternoon. here's an area that had light rain and the pockets of drizzle move through. and the pavement is still pretty soggy here in the sheboygan area. the temperatures have also dropped off in the last two hours. 50 degrees a couple of hours ago. now down to 46 with the brisk wind coming in from lake michigan. and let's take a look here across all of the badger state. in the 30's to the north where skies cleared overnight.
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in southern wisconsin still clouds around, maybe a pocket of drizzle or light rain and lower 50's from madison east to milwaukee. now, futurecast for today, fast forward a couple of hours. by late morning the areas of drizzle are starting to reside to the south. here is a little bit of sunshine. we may see a couple of glimpse of sun by the afternoon. dry weather for everyone at 3:00 p.m. great news for the trick-or-treaters. cannot guarantee the leaves not wear brand new shoes for the kids they will go through wet lawns this afternoon. now, 10:00 p.m. this evening, partly cloudy skies across the area. the commute tomorrow morning may have clouds around, potentially a sprinkle, but most areas will be dry early on monday morning. for halloween -- trick-or-treaters late in the day on monday it does appear to be dry. now, how about a big warmup to start off november. look at that, highs around 70
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middle part of the week. let's sort it out now with your week ahead. 50's today so cooler. 60 on monday, and clouds around, a breezy and dry day outside. maybe an early morning sprinkle from the lake. 70 on tuesday. and rain showers on wednesday. and then a nice mild stretch for the first week of november. thema: thank you, jeremy. wisn 12 news time right now, 7:21. a renovation fit for the king. how you can enjoy the royal treatment inside of elvis' graceland estate. and later using social media to rock the vote. the new future on facebook that's connecting voters with local candidates. first, though, here is a look at
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thema: new this morning a country music star receiving a big award later this week. [music plays] thema: kenny chesney will
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during the 50th annual c.m.a. awards and joints garth brooks and taylor swift as the only recipients. it recognizes an artist that have achieved global prominence. chesney has 28 number one country songs and has sold over 30 million albums. and you can watch the c.m.a. awards only right here on wisn 12 news. carrie underwood and brad paisley are hosting the show, they will perform with others. you can watch the c.m.a.'s live this wednesday, november 2nd at 7:00 p.m. new this morning, after months of anticipation and hard work, the guesthouse at graceland has opened it's doors to the public. it is a hotel in the heart of elvis presley's estate in memphis. the $90 million hotel has 450 rooms and v.i.p. suites. and also a large outdoor pool
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bar, themed restaurants, meeting spaces and a 464-seat theater for live performances. wisn 12 news time right now 7:25. homes in central italy toppled by yet another earthquake. damage reports are just coming tyne our newsroom. how families are dealing with the after shock -- aftershocks this morning.
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thema: good morning. welcome to wisn 12 news this morning. i'm thema ponton. it is coming up on now on this sunday, october 30th. we're going to get started by checking our weather. meteorologist jeremy nelson is in the weather center this morning with our details as we get to the end of october. jeremy: yeah. end of october, i think you will like the start of the november forecast. but the doppler 12 radar network this morning we have little bit of damp weather here in southeastern wisconsin, but a lot of dreary weather, and a lot of clouds hanging out there and a few light rain showers and pockets of drizzle
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green areas -- and brown deer, those are areas of drizzle and light rain and damp pavement out there. down to the south. racine you caught rain showers overnight. the pavement is a little bit damp. it is trying to dry out with the fairly brisk north to northeast wind at 13 miles per hour, the temperatures are holding steady near 50 degrees. we will see it now through late morning around 50 here in some of thesies from waukesha, milwaukee and points south. cooler to the north. and then break the rays of sunshine this afternoon and get to 54 or 55 degrees. we will talk about when 70 returns to the forecast in november coming up. thema: wow. all right. thank you, jeremy. you can track the forecast on the go this weekend with our free app and we will send weather alerts to your cell phone. and new on wisn 12 news, badgers fans at camp randall caused controversy at last night's
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showing a fan wearing a president barack obama mask with a noose around the neck. the university of wisconsin says it found out about the costumes during the first half of the game. authorities anded the fan to take off the noose. according to the university, masks are not allowed to be worn while edger nothing stadium, but can be worn once inside and seated. the university released this statement. u.w. madison's police chief is saying on twitter exercising your first amendment rights doesn't require good taste. showing up badger in president barack obama mask and a nash around his neck is a prime example. for the game, the badgers played
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last night that coincided with freak fest, bringing out many fanners in costume. a total of 25 people were arrested at the badger game. developing this morning, a man's body found in a submerged car in kenosha county is sill unidentified. the body was discovered in an overturned car southeast of burplineten. the group who found the body is waying to see if it may be identified as their missing friend. happening now overseas another powerful earthquake in italy. the 6.6 magnitude earthquake happened a few hours ago in parts of central and southern italy. 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 buildings crumpling
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the basilica of st. benedict. 100,000 people are homeless. right now we know at least 20 people are injured. there is no word of any deaths. we will continue to keep you updated on this developing story throughout the morning. new developments this morning in the race for president. right now, the f.b.i. is reviewing more e-mails in the investigation of hillary clinton's private server. and the democratic presidential candidate is talking about the new developments. this all started thursday when f.b.i. agents revealed new e-mails while investigating a sexing scandal involving anthony weiner the estranged husband of tom hillary clinton aide, abedin. there is no evidence of wrong doing by hillary clinton, but the f.b.i. director felt compelled to tell congress about the e-mails because he previously said the investigation into the e-mails was complete. the department of justice traditionally does not take up
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this close to an election. >> director comey was the one who wrote a letter that was light on facts, heavy on innuendo knowing what republicans in congress would do with it. >> voters deserve to get full and complete facts so we called on director comey to explain everything right away, but it all out on the table. thema: hillary clinton's e-mails are big topics for both candidates on the campaign trail. hillary clinton acknowledging the issue during a campaign stop in florida yesterday. and donald trump is saying hillary clinton's behavior is corrupt. election day is nonane days away. and wisconsin is about to get a lot of attention. donald trump will be visiting the state next week, he will make an appearance in eau claire on tuesday. we are waiting to hear more details about the campaign stop. the hillary clinton campaign is targeting wisconsin. chelsea clinton will be back to
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she will be in you clear and oshkosh on wednesday and milwaukee on thursday. that's video from her trip to madison earlier this week. and hillary clinton's running mate, tim kaine is also heading back to wisconsin. he will be in appleton and madison on tuesday. and wisn 12 news and abc news will have you covered on election day. you can watch our live coverage from across wisconsin and the country on the air and on-line starting at 4:00 p.m. on well, early voting is in full swing. how will it influence the elections here in wisconsin? plus, a look at what donald trump needs to do to run up the score in waukesha, and washington counties, that's just a few of the topics today on upfront with mike gousha. >> new jersey have cory booker is one of the democrats rising stars. this morning on upfront i will sit down with booker and ask him if he is confidence about democrats winning majority of the senate.
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why donald trump is struggling so far in wisconsin's republican counties. and 405,000 state residents have voted early already this election. why do campaigns particularly democratic campaigns place such an afinesse of getting votes out week in ald sentence -- advance. it is coming up at 9:00 on up front. thema: stayed tuned at 9:30 for this week. and 10:30. well, facebook is trying to help voters before they head to the polls. the social media website is now offering information gathered from a nonpartisan group on the issues and candidates on your ballot. it is called vote planner. it lets you save and print your choices is so you can take them with you to the voting booth.
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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 after that falling concrete held the county to spend $500,000 to put in mesh safety netting. with all of the mesh up now and all of the domes back open, county officials want to stress it is only a temporary fix. years to decide what are we going to do with the conservatory, that's what this is. the mesh that went up 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 to sayrist attract open and safe. later today, a big event at bay shore town center. the annual canned instruction. sculptures of canned food will
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starting today. the exhibit is free and open to the public through tuesday. the canned food will be donated to the jewish community pantry, a local hunger relief organization. and now our weather. and meteorologist jeremy nelson with your forecast. jeremy. jeremy: hey, good sunday morning. everyone. we're tracking a few showers on the doppler 12 radar network to start the day. when sunshine returns to the forecast coming up. thema: all right. thank you, jeremy, plus a potentially lethal situation. drivers that have not replaced their airbags
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october 30th. we are ending the second to the last day of october with clouds on this sunday morning, but they are not going to stick around forever. we are over here in the weather center with meteorologist jeremy nelson. first question -- what time will the sun be out? jeremy: i would say midday or afternoon, there could be peaks of sun here in milwaukee sooner than the northern counties. that looks like a halloween-themed look outside. we have pockets of drizzle to the south. there is no rain on the doppler 12 radar network. a nuisance if anything. there are a couple of green specks here and there, those are areas of drizzle. they will continue down to the south, but damp pavement early this morning across the region and also plenty of wet leaves, the kid may be scooting across those as they go trick-or-treat this afternoon. 52 degrees with clouds and lane drizzle in the city right now, north to northeast breeze between 5 and 10. ahead in your forecast we have
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november the temperatures start to warm over the next week, we may hit 70 degrees, i will show you when the warm spell -- returning coming up. thema: someone sprinkled a mystery power into the hockertry pit during intermission and ran away. the rest of the performance was canceled. no was hurt . now to the latest on the investigation into a fire onboard an american lyles flight. investigators are founding engine pieces 3,000 feet away from the plane. the burst into flames on friday at the o'hare tarmac. a federal investigators are saying fuel caught fire under the right wing and a fire blew. 161 passengers were onboard. 20 went to hospitals with minor injuries.
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since superstorm sandy hit the east coast. the storm devastated the coastlines of new york and new jersey. and 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 connects in the united states. developing this morning -- protesters trying to block the dakota access oil pipeline project are calling for unity. 100 proteste g together yesterday. this is after days of confrontation with police. 141 people were arrested on friday. activists are trying to stop the construction of the pipeline because they say it will hurt the environment and destroy native-american land. project developmentererize saying the pipeline will reduce u.s. reliance on foreign oil. thousands of honda owners have yet to get their airbags repair could spite repeated warnings from the automaker.
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have an extremely high chance of rupturing and causing injury or death. honda is saying it has sent out letters, facebook ads and made telephone calls. 300,000 still have the malfunctioning airbags. new information now about the death of marlin's pitcher, jose fernandez. he had cocaine and alcohol in his system at the time of a deadly boat crash. fernandez and two friends were ll last night. it is not clear which of them was driving the boat. wisn 12 news time right now, 7:45. the cleveland indians are now just one win away from their first championship since 1948. cleveland has a 3-1 lead over the chicago cubs after last night's win at wrigley field. the indians hit two home runs, the final score 7-2. game five is tonight at wrigley.
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on the falcons in atlanta later today. they will play in the georgia dome for the first time in five years. four plays are investigationable for -- questionables for tonight's game. kickoff for this afternoon's game is set for 3:25. well, the halloween weekend festivities continue later today. starting this morning with a little bit of a workout, the first-ever halloween hustle five k is at veteran's park. the starts at 9:00 this morning. race day registration is available until 8:45 a.m. and tonight is your last chance to check out the great pumpkin festival in whitefish bay. it is tonight until 6:00. and looking ahead, the ghost train will make its debut just in time for halloween. it is a recreation of the twin cities 400 pictured here.
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at the time at the were's fastest passenger train. it crossed the oak leaf trail bridge from 1935 until 1963. the ghost train will use lead lights programmed for a 30 second light show to replicate the train's old schedule. you see it action tomorrow night at 7:00 in shore wood. and just a reminder, many communities have trick-or-treating tonight and tomorrow night. we posted a list of times you can get twice the amount of candy on our website, www.wisn.com. you will also find it on the wisn 12 news app. 7:47 right now on this sunday morning. for anyone going out trick-or-treating today, you look outside this morning and think my costume will be wet. jeremy: dressily and damp this morning. but by the afternoon, mostly cloudy skies, and dry, something you will need today versus yesterday, maybe an extra layer
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it under the costume than the heavy coat over it. it will be ok for trick or treat. you mentioned things going on, whit fish way, the pumpkin festival. look at this, all of the jack-o'-lanterns lit up. you can see it here. if you have a photo tweet it to me. or go to wis right. maybe -- trick-or-treating is not your thing and you want to get yardwork done today. this afternoon is probably the best time to do that. we will dry out a little bit. the leaves are damp, the pavement is fairly wet this morning. around 50 degrees at 9:00 a.m. and not much of a temperature climbb this afternoon. a few peaks of sunshine and highs somewhere low to mid-50's across southeastern wisconsin. still areas of drizzle. they are kind of hard to detect because the clouds are so low
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sometimes the radar beam is above if. you can see this is moving to the southwest. the pockets of drizzle and maybe a little bit of light rain mixed in. not much in the way of accumulation. maybe .01, more of a nuisance than anything, but still very gloomy outside. and damp in milwaukee's historic third ward. driesthral currently. 52 degrees. and north-northeast breeze at nine. the winds eased up a little. they were whisk this morning at 15 miles per hour. and i'm hoping they settle down per hour for the trick-or-treaters this afternoon. you will notice the temperature change. yesterday at this time in the 60s. now the 40's to lower 50's, still way above-average. 48 in west allis, and 46 in waukesha. and then temperatures right around 50 degrees from the north shore down through bayview and south milwaukee.
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cooler to the north. slow down, we have damp pavement across the area and plenty of leaves. so it increasing the stopping distance. 10:00 a.m., a leftover sprinkle, a pocket of drizzle. and a little bit of sunshine trying to work in from north to south. this afternoon for trick-or-treat time in milwaukee, one time to 4:00, should be dry, and mostly cloudy skies, and we'll try to then the clouds out slightly for tonight, that will lead to over night lows in the 40's. tomo m breeze may get a sprinkle over the lake, otherwise most areas are dry on monday and if you're communities is holding trick-or-treat times late on monday it should be dry with temperatures into the 50's, if not 60 degrees. now, we may see a rainy system ahead on tuesday. the storm system moves across the mid west. and then look ahead to next weekend. all right.
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this -- sunset at 4:37, one week from today. we'll get to our pet segment in just a moment. first let's talk about our week ahead. 60 for halloween. and tuesday's forecast, 70 degrees to start off november. rain around on wednesday. and then we'll stay -- nice and mild. look at that, third, friday, saturday, lows in the 40's to 50's. thema: thank you, jeremy. we're getting a preview of what is up next
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thema: welcome back to wisn 12 news this morning. a live look outside on this sunday, october 30th. it is a bit drizzly, a bit cloudy out there, but is not going to stay that way all day. meteorologist jeremy nelson will
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weather details coming up. it is time now for our pet of the week. the wisconsin humane society is here with a pet in need of a new home. we're joined this morning we angela and cane, a 6-year-old dog looking for a forever home. good morning, angela. >> good morning. >> thanks for being here, we appreciate it. tell us about cane. >> i'm just in love with this dog. first of all, cane is so handsome, he has beautiful brown and black markings. and decked out this morning he has such an awesome personality. he is 6-year-old. so kind of mellow. definitely nose to the ground. he loves to explore the outdoors. but as you can see, he is so affectionate. he wants to climb into your lap. he is available today at the milwaukee campus. we open at 11:00. he has been neutered, microchipped, vaccinated.
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you have a way for people to donate on the go to the humane society. >> people are switching up their cell phones every month, and they end up in the landfill or junk draw. we have a great alternative, you can donate your old cell phones to the wisconsin humane society. a great move to protect the environment and raise money for homeless animals. we can receive up to 100 per and the cell phones can be drops off a any time. it is tax deductible. >> so helping animals and the environment. ok, cage, we practiced. are you ready to go home with a few family. oh, i thought you were going to bark. ok, thank you, angela. if you are interested in adopting cane or any other pet, you can go to the milwaukee's branch. we put more information on our website, www.wn.com.
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thema: out rain in the standses. what one fan wore the last night's wisconsin badgers game that sparked an outcry media and the university's response. plus, going door-to-door, but not for candy. while you'll see officers patrolling more neighborhoods this halloween. first, though, a live look outside on this sunday morning. cloudy and dreary out there, but we will let you know when things clear out and we can expect to see the sun. good morning, everyone. welcome to wisn 12 news this morning. i'm thema ponton. it is the top of the hour right now on this sunday october 30th. and let's get a check of the weather forecast and
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jeremy. jeremy: good sunday morning. the plus side of the forecast. i think we see sunshine today. the down side this morning it is pretty damp and dreary here across southeastern wisconsin. and here is the doppler 12 radar network. not a lot showing up right now, a couple of pockets of drizzle here and there. milwaukee county, and greenfield, franklin, greendale, and hales corners, they could se drizzle. we do have damp pavement at cathedral square. it moved over that area, and the winds around 12 miles per hour. the temperatures are much cooler this morning. close to 50 degrees. you probably want an extra layer or a light jacket. the umbrella will not be needed much. get a couple of hours down the road, the pockets of drizzle will vanish. by the afternoon, low to mid-50's, a hint of sunshine from time-to-time.
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thema: thank you, jeremy. new this morning controversy at the wyoming-nebraska game, not for the score, but a costume one fan was wearing thin stands. a fan posted this photo to twitter and shared with university police. the image shows the person wearing an president barack obama mask with a noose around his neck. a fan with that man was wearing a donald trump mask. university officials say it person was asked to remove the offensive pieces of the costume. he did, the university issued this statement following the game. well, some on social media are saying police should have removed the fan from the game entirely. meanwhile, university police are
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during the game. 11 of them students. a total of 69 people were thrown out of the stadium. well, both teams pegging their big 10 west division titles on the game. the second drive of the game. alex finding troy on the play action pass for the 30-yard pickup. on the very next play, shaw would get the call and weave his way up the middle into the end zone putting the badgers led by three at halftime. and to the fourth quarter. armstrong for the score. but the huskers tie it with a field goal to take thingsten overtime. and wisconsin getting the touchdown, nebraska, though, cannot convert and it is game over. the badgers winning in o.t., 23-17. >> i mean, that's just confidence. that's the confidence that -- that, you know, coach leonard put in us. when we get a chance to do it,
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of calm and confidence that our defense had coming out there. to be able to go out there, make a stop for the fans, you know, we were not going to let another close one over time, night game, slip by our fingers again. thema: next saturday the badgers head to play northwestern. and the bucks get a win over halloween weekend. jason kidd's former team, th nets. last night -- the big dunk right off the bat. scoring 21 points. tony snell made his bucks debut last night. he has been nursing a sprinted ankle, but came out to score six points on the night. vain held the way for milwaukee. 22 points to help the bucks defeet the nets 110-108. and to football now, the packers back in action in atlanta
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randall and rawlins have been ruled out along with starks and cook. cobb, montgomery, matthews, and lang are all listed as questionable. green bail will play in the georgia dome for the first withe in five years. aaron rodgers best playoff game ever came in that building on route to supreme court 45. rodgers led green bay to win with 366 passing yards and three touchdown tosses and a 136 quarterback rating. both teams time in five have seriously shuffled their lineups in the years since. >> as for me. i mean, but the, the thing about this league that is special you get so many young guys every year. games like this can be, can be benchmarks for memories that we can store away, you know, in our minds and have some good feelings and memories about if we go down there and take care of business and play the way we
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out this photo of the quarterback overnight saying midnight in atlanta. it is officially game day. kickoff is at 3:25 this afternoon. wisn 12 news this morning about 6 minutes after the hour. at least one more member of milwaukee's common council is supporting the push to get video of a deadly police shooting. protesters marched in downtown milwaukee on friday and took their complaints to the common council meeting. they when officer heaggan-brown shot and killed smith. 11 council members signed letters to the district attorney requesting video. and during yesterday's meeting we asked terry why he didn't sign. >> that was it worded properly. that it was a good later. that dealt with reality. and what's going on, what has been going on. thema: the alderman says that
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and didn't sign the letter, but supports the call for video. later today, kids will not be the only ones going door-to-door this halloween. from 11:00 a.m. until 5:00. law enforcement teams will be knocking on the doors of known sex offenders. the halloween patrol happens every year in cities across the state. to make sure they are not handing out candy and don't have up decorations. this is video from last year's patr officers checked own 174 registered sex offenders. eight people were arrested for violating probation. trick or tweeting is tonight in communities across southeastern wisconsin. families in costume will hit the streets from 1:00 until 4:00 this afternoon. we posted a full list of times on www.wisn.com and the free wisn 12 news app. families are invited to donate today to local pantries ow
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donations from 3:00 until 6:00 tonight. the firefighters will take nonperishable food items to donate and be handing out candy. today is your last chance to tour the ghostly ship along milwaukee's lakefront. the sullivan has been transformed for halloween. tours start at 10:00 this morning. tickets are four dollars for discovery world members and six dollars for nonmembers. and -- grab your wands magical trivia. three lions pub in shore wood will be hosting a harry potter trivia night and a costume contest. the question begin at 7:00 tonight. and looking ahead to later today. the beer garden in bayview is closing for the season. you invited to celebrate and enjoy free beer and rootbeer at 3:00 this afternoon. the drinks are free until the kegs are empty. now, the terence opens at 11:00 this morning, but the free
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minutes after the hour. a renovation fit for the king. how you can enjoy the royal treatment inside of elvis' graceland estate. and the first women to fly in space honored on the open seas. a look at the new ship named for sally ride. and meteorologist jeremy nelson is standing by in the weather center this morning. good morning. jeremy: good morning. we are tracking pockets drizzle on the doppler 12 radar network. when sunshine ones in the
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middle of the screen, they are getting the parks ready for the holiday that is two holidays away, i won't say it on october 30th. let's get through halloween first. this morning, three crew members from the international space station are back on solid ground. overnight nasa astronaut, and a japanese astronaut, and a russian coz may not landed safely in russia. and the video of them they spent 115 days in space. this is ruben's first mission to the international space station. she was able to complete two space walks including one with wisconsin native, jeff williams. and she also conducted various experiments. rubens now heads to houston for debriefing. well, from space to the sea. the navy's newest research vessel is named after ( indiscernible ) sally ride. the sally ride opened for public tours today in san diego.
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navy it is operated by the skrips institution of-- ocean. sally ride was the first woman to fly into space. she died from cancer in 2012. and m u.s.s. illinois, named after michelle obama home state. >> officers and crew of the u.s.s. illinois, man our ship and bring her to life. reporter: with that order, the 132 crew members and officers of the u.s.s. illinois began active service for the navy's newest submarine built in degrees, rhode island, and new hampshire. >> we are proud of the role we
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this 13th ship of the virginia class. the newgist most capable submarine in the united states navy treatment. reporter: the $2.7 billion submarine is needed to begin replacing submarines served during the cold war. >> the equipment and technology is awesome, it is only an assembly of the at isn't objects. it is the crew that brings the ship to life. han mating every aspect of the ship. reporter: capta that the crew worked tirelessly as the sub was built and their families sacrificed. the first lady made supporting military families her priority. thema: the submarine has the cape tonight attack targets onshore with cruise missiles and conduct covert long-term surveillance. right now, marine in northern wisconsin is building nine new ships for the navy.
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progressism they have already delivered four of the ships to the navy. however, three have broken down since leaving wisconsin. the navy secretary is saying the ships will be used for training purposes. 15 minutes after the hour on this sunday morning. if you look out the wind or it is gray and dreary and you think -- oh, not for the communities that have trick-or-treating. bummer. jeremy: but the good news is, this afternoon, should be a little bit of sunshine and dry weather for every one. hear that. jeremy: a plus side to the forecast. most areas are dreary. a little on the damp side, not a lot of rain out there, but pockets of drizzle leftover, from milwaukee's trick-or-treat today, 1:00 to 4:00, peaks of sunshine, and eerie sounds. i had a favorite house when i was trick-or-treating, the one that was decked out. thema: the huge pieces of candy. full sized chocolate bars. jeremy: all of the decorations out.
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you can probably leave the heavy coats at home. the mid 50's this afternoon. and dry and the wind is lighter today. 5 to 15 miles per hour. outside that kind of spooky, dreary, gloomy feel. we're looking at a lot of clouds above metro milwaukee right now. there is the. a theater and the hoan bridge to give you a little bit of perspective. and the lakeshore path is drying off a little. i have seen people running and jogging on there. 50 degrees 10:00 a.m. then. we will start to then the clouds slightly this afternoon. and keep the north to northeast breeze around. a little on the cool side. an extra layer under the costume versus the heavier coat hiding the costume for the kids today. a couple of pockets of drizzle may be left over. you see those moving down to the south and west, not many out there, a couple in south milwaukee, closer to greenfield and hales corners. a little drizzle there. not much in the way of rain
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doppler 12 radar network let's show you the big perspective here, starting to clear out in the northern part of the state. some of that sun will work into fond du lac, dodge, northern washington, and sheboygan counties in the next hour and then closer to midday we'll see a few peaks of sun here in milwaukee. 50 degrees currently downtown. and low 50's in madison, pretty chilly to north. skies were clear overnight. 36 degrees, but again keep in the average low is 39 in milwaukee. we just have that -- been nowhere near that recently. we have our string of days of -- what is technically the growing season, above 32 degrees, it continues now at 201 days. the forecast for today, temperatures around 50, not a big temperature climb. but low to mid-50's for highs. showers will give way to mostly cloudy skies this afternoon. and certainly a cooler day
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down to the south, otherwise this afternoon partly to mostly cloudy skies across the area for tonight. we'll see a dry night. a little bit cooler down in the low 40's. and then more clouds start to fulfill in for halloween. but we will have southerly breezes start to kick in for monday and tuesday. i think by tuesday afternoon sometime between about 2:00 and 4:00 p.m. we may hit 70 degrees in milwaukee. november, off to a very warm start with highs closer to 80 down through midwest. and your week ahead, cooler for the second half of the weekend. halloween itself, late in the afternoon we may touch 60 degrees. and then 70 is certainly possible on tuesday. wednesday looks like the day out of the next seven with the wettest weather. good chance of rain and then we'll stay mild thursday, friday, and then 70 is certainly possible on saturday. highs in the low 60's. thema: all right. thank you, jeremy. 20 minutes after the hour now.
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thema: welcome back. 23 minutes after the hour. new this morning after months of anticipation and hard work the guesthouse at grace land has opened it's doors to the public. it's elvis presley's grace land estate in memphis. the $90 million hotel has 450 rooms and v.i.p. sees designed by priscilla, and a large outdoor pool, and pool bar, themed restaurants, and meeting spaces and a 464-seat theater for live performances. you might want to check your airline tickets now. back here in the studio this
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from mr. b's steakhouse. now, the upcoming savor milwaukee festival. >> thank you. >> tell us about the festival first. >> so this is an event that was formally the wine and dine. it is really cool event. an opportunity to really literally put on-stage the hospitality industry. not just restaurants. there are cheese makers. of course, there are restaurant representation, but there's cocktails, two--day event. saturday and sunday. november 5th and 6th. i'm looking forward to this. >> a way to eat and drink you way through. we have a stage setup here. you will give us an example a little bit later what you are making. tell us about setup here. >> so what i'm going to be demoing at the event, sauces to accompany your steak.
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make a b?arnaise. and a couple of stake and roasted potatoes. i want to have a complete meal. so butter and egg yokes and herbs. i will put it together and finish it up. >> when you guys are out there at the event, are these dishes people can make at home or really something they need to come to a restaurant for. >> that was key in chooses the sauces. i wanted to kind of show people -- you know -- in the audience that these are really simple s one of the sauces i'm going to feature at demoing that's event is a horseradish cream sauce. it is five ingredients you whisk together. >> ok, five, that's easy. you have them all laid out here. so it looks simple when the chefs are doing it. but you get home, and six pots on the stove. and a mess and chaos. how do you keep the calmness there? >> well, being prepared.
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recipe, read the entire recipe. get the ingredients together. put on nice music have enough time. >> ok. preparation is the key to life. all right. chef, we will check back in with you, if you want to lur more about savormilwaukee go to
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thema: good morning, everyone. welcome to wisn 12 news this morning. i'm thema ponton. thank you so much for starting this sunday, october 30th with us. and we're going to get things started checking your forecast. and meteorologist jeremy nelson is standing by in the weather center with right now the derry details. jeremy: yes. gloomy the second half of the weekend. and cooler. you want to grab a jacket this morning. we had light rain sweep through
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have left. a little bit on the damp size and dreary this morning. here is the doppler 12 radar network. a couple of areas of drizzle sliding down to the southwest. notice the green specks out there. we're seeing it close to kenosha, that's the drizzle. maybe a brief rain showers. you won't really see much accumulation, just enough to get the pavement damp again. and look outside of the weather window, cloudy skies at miller park. the temperature, 50 degrees. and a brisk wind that is gusting 24 miles h 50 this morning after a few peaks of sun this afternoon. what is in store for halloween and the first week of november coming up. thema: thank you, jeremy. new on wisn 12 news, badgers fans at camp randall caused controversyae at last night's game. photos posted on social media showing a fan wearing a president barack obama costume with a noose around the neck. the university says that it found out about the costumes during the first half of the game. authorities are saying they
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noose and according to the university, masks are not allowed to be worn while entering the stadium, but can be worn once inside and seated. the university released a statement saying in part. u.w. madison's police chief said on twitter -- now, the badgers played a winning game against nebraska last night. which also coincided with the university's annual freakfest bringing outmany of these fans in costumes. a total of 25 people were arrested that badger game. this morning a man's body found
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county is still unidentified. the body was discover in an overturned car near highway 142 and county highway b. the group who found the body is still waiting to see if it might be identified as their missing friend. happening now overseas another powerful earthquake in italy. the 6.6 magnitude earthquake happened just a few hours ago in parts of central and southern italy. this comes after a week of tremors in the 300 people were killed by an earthquake that leveled several small towns in italy. this morning's earthquake sent existing buildings crumpling. including a historic church. the basilica of st. benedict. 100,000 people are homeless. right now we know that at least 20 people are injured. there is no word of any deaths. we will continue to keep you
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the f.b.i. is reviewing more e-mails in the investigation of hillary clinton's private server. and the democratic presidential candidate is talking about the new development. now, this all started thursday when f.b.i. ablens revealed new e-mails while investigating a sexing scandal involving former congressman anthony weiner. he is the estranged husband of top hillary clinton aide, abedin. right now there is no evidence of wrong doing by hillary clinton. compelled to tell congress about the e-mails because he previously said the investigation into the e-mails was complete. the department of justice traditionally does not take up investigations this close to an election. >> director comey was the one who wrote a letter that was light on facts, heavy on innuendo, knowing well what republicans in congress would do
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and complete facts. so we called on director comey to explain everything right away. put it all out on the table. thema: hillary clinton's e-mails are big topics for both candidates on the campaign trail. hillary clinton acknowledging the issue during the campaign stop in florida yesterday. and republican nominee, donald trump is saying hillary clinton's behavior is corrupt. well, election day is now just nine days away and wisconsin is about to get a lot of attention. donald trump will be visiting the state next week. we are h an appearance in eau claire on tuesday. we're still waiting to receive more details. hillary clinton campaign is targeting wisconsin. chelsea clinton will campaign for her mother. in eau claire anda -- milwaukee on thursday. and tim kaine is heading back to wisconsin, he will be in appleton and madison on tuesday.
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have your covered on election day. you can watch our live coverage from across wisconsin and the country on the air and on-line starting at 4:00 p.m. on november 8th. well, early voting is in full swing. how will it influence the elections here in wisconsin? plus a look at what donald trump needs to do to run up the score in waukesha, and washington counties. that's just a few of the topics today on upfront with mike gousha. >> new jersey senator cory boer democrats rising stars. this morning on upfront i will sitdown with booker and asking if he confidence about majority of the that? . and is a donald trump supporter why donald trump is struggling so far in wisconsin's most republican counties. and 405,000 state residents have voted early already this election. and why do campaigns, particularly democratic campaigns, place such an emphasis on getting votes out weeks in advance.
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at 9:00. thema: facebook is trying to help voters before they head to the pollses. the social media website is offering information gathered from a nonpartisan group called vote planner. you can save and print your choices. facebook is saying it is another way to encourage civic engagement. and now, meteorologist jeremy nelson who is in the weather center. good morning. je good morning, everyone. we are tracking the next warmup in your seven-day forecast. when highs may hit 70 coming up. thema: thank you, jeremy. plus a potentially lethal situation. the number of drivers that have
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thema: a security scare at new york's metropolitan opera.
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someone sprinkled a mystery powder into the orc rupit during the intermission and rab away. the rest of the performance was canceled. no one was hurts. the powder may have been the ashes of an opera fan, but they are trying to confirm that. now the latest on the investigation into a fire onboard an american lights flight. investigators are saying they are finding engine pieces nearly 3,000 feet away from the plane. it burst into flames friday on a federal investigator is saying fuel caught fire under the right wing and the fire blew. 161 passengers on board. 20 went to hospitals with minor injuries. thousands of honda owners have yet to get their airbags repaired despite repeated warnings from the automaker. the airbags made by takata center an extremely high chance of rupturing and causing injury or death.
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facebook ads and made telephone calls. 300,000 hondas have the mal functioning airbags. new information about the death of jose fernandez. a toxicology report revealed he had cocaine and chop in his system at the time of a deadly boat crash. fernandez and two friends were killed when their boat hit a jetty off of miami beach last night. it is not clear who was driving the boat. the cleveland indians are one championship since 1948. cleveland has a 3-1 lead over the chicago cubs after last night's win at wrigley field. the indians hit two home runs, the final score -- 7-2. game is tonight at wrigley field. and the green bay packers taking on the faltcons in atlanta later today. they will play in the georgia
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in five years. four players questionable for tonight's game. kickoff for this afternoon's game is set for 3:25. well, candy, costumes and haunted houses -- a look at some of the things happening around the area for this halloween weekend. and -- savorler milwaukee is
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to expect. that's coming up. thema: welcome back to wisn 12 news this morning. it is about 15 minutes until the top of the hour. we take a live look at milwaukee on this sunday morning. clouds hanging around this morning. spotty showers out there, but it is going to clear up. meteorologist jeremy nelson will coming up. well, you can now go into all three of the mitchell park domes. months after falling concrete force said the closing of the desert don't it reopened yesterday. it was close said for several months after that falling concrete lead the county to spend $500,000 to put in mesh safety netting. with all of the mesh up and all of the domes backup. , county officials want to
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going to do with the conservatory. that's what this is. the mesh that went up 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 safe. well, later today a big event at bayshore town center. it is the annual canned construction. cultures of canned food will be on display the kibble is free -- exhibit is free and open to the public through tuesday. the food will be donated to the jewish food pantry. the first-ever halloween hustle 5k is at veteran's park. the halloween-themed run gets underway in about 15 minutes
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race day registration just now wrapping up. tonight is your last chance to check out the great pumpkin festival in whitefish bay. and just a reminder, many communities have trick-or-treating tonight and tomorrow night. we have posted a list of times and places on our website, www.wisn.com. you will also find that information on the wisn 12 news app. and for anyone heading outside in their costumes today, wear good shoes out there. good shoes. ones that can go through damp leaves and grass, not brand new. thema: no. not brand new, unless they go with your costume, then you have to wear them. jeremy: have a couple of layers underneath. we want to show off the costumes. with the trick-or-treat times in milwaukee between 1:00 and 4:00. we focus on mostly cloudy skies. a cooler day. low to mid-50's for highs.
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the 40's. the extra leyser really necessary then for halloween itself on monday, late in the afternoon, we may touch 60 degrees. early on in the day, we'll start off on the cool side with our morning lows into the 40's. so that summarizes the trick-or-treat times. if you're getting ready the costumes and the kids want to head outside around midday, 50 to 51 here in milwaukee and then hopefully, hit 53 or 54 this afternoon. i'm banking on a little bit of don't expect a lot of sun today, but at least we see a few rays. now, the pinpoint doppler 12 radar network we have been keeping a close eye on this early on this morning we had pockets of drizzle driving from the north down to the south and southwest, i think is drizzling right now around whitewater, and madison. we can see the pavement there in the parking lot is still damp, with a little bit of breeze going, i-95 right here in the
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off. 48 degrees right now. it cooled off a couple of degrees in the past hour. a little bit -- on the chilly side. i would say a jacket for today or layers. 40 to 50 degrees. and racine to kenosha, those areas are in the low 50's. and then 45 in west bend, and 47 in beaver dam. the forecast for today, we recover across the area with lower to potentially mid-50's to the north. a little bit more sunshine in that direction this afternoon. and then partly cloudy skies to mostly cloudy skies for milwaukee. with that north to northeast breeze settling back to five to 15 miles per hour. now as we start off november, on -- tuesday, look at this, we have another surge of warm air, i think it is possible tuesday afternoon we may get to close to -- 70 degrees here in
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through parts of the midwest. and really no early season coal air mass looming. so on the mild side. any system that moves through is rain on wednesday. that could be potentially the rainiest day out of the next seven. if we fast forward a week, next sundays we fall back one hour with the end of the day light savings time. look at that, a week from today, the sunset time is 4:37. and send this graph took your facebook page. that graphic is sitting there. you just sit like to like the page and their it. there you go, it is on your wall. check it out. here is your weekend watch 12 week ahead. happy halloween on monday. 67. a breezy day. the one 70 the first day in new jersey around 70 degrees. and stay pretty mild on thursday, friday and saturday. the highs in the lower 60's. thema. thema: all right.
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looking ahead if you like wine, beer, and food, yes -- you can make plans for next weekend for the saver milwaukee festival. we are here in the studio talking about the sampling and food demos going on. here is chef. good morning, again. >> how are you again? >> well, thank you. all right. you have a whole lot of food going on here. the this is a preview. >> yes. it is true. i did a little bit of work between segments. t sauce. which is an egg and butter sauce. egg yolks and wine and vinegar and whisked it together and heated it up, and added butter and that creates the sauce. and finish with tarragon. and i seared a couple of fillets and sliced it up. and roasted potatoes here.
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>> i'm so sorry we don't have smell-a-vision. >> these are yukon gold potatoes with butter, salt, and pepper, and shallots and rosemary. >> at the event, those are things people can do at home. >> agreed. these are things people can do at home. you know, at, as long as you have access to potatoes and better -- butter, i think you will be ok. >> potatoes and butter. people will be in to sample these at the event as well? >> so yeah. the demo standpoint -- you know, i'm not sure that they will have options to taste there, but -- i think there will be well-fed between walking through the bags and interacting with a lot of the restaurants and vendors that are there. >> well, there you go. a reason to learn about the
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will see at the event. and thanksgiving is partnering with the journal sentinel. the event is next saturday and sunday at the wisconsin center in downtown milwaukee. we have the hours on the screen. and more information about ticket prices on www.wisn.com. well, coming up on wisn 12 news this morning -- we're getting a final check of the weather and i keep saying it, even though we're looking at downtown milwaukee, i'm not going to talk about what is in the center that green structure. we're talk about halloween and your halloween forecast for all of the trick or treaters out
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thema: looking ahead, don't forget about the country music awards. they are just a few days away here on wisn 12 news. you can watch the c.m.a.'s live this wednesday, november 2nd, at 7:00 p.m. we are going to get a final check of our weather right now.
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now, going my costume is going to get wet. jeremy: or looking at the candy in their own house asking to sample it. so that's what i used to do. get a sneak taste. right now, if you are trick-or-treating this afternoon, milwaukee we 1:00 and 4:00, it will be cooler today kids want layers under the costume. 51 degrees right now. and worth it is trick-or-treater yawo this afternoon. thema: all right. thank you, jeremy. remember you i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she's a slob. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat chested is very hard to be a 10. does she have a good body? no. does she have a fat [expletive]? absolutely. do you treat women with respect?
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