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[captioning made possible by wisn-tv] [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] >> now, a wisn 12 news. sheldon: the packers battle it out against the falcons. hear what coach mccarthy says was the key to how the game turned out. adrienne: law enforcement going door to door, this halloween eve. the tragic crime that's prompting an extra effort to keep trick-or-treaters safe. sheldon: and wisconsin law enforcement in mourning tonight. for a sheriff's deputy shot and killed in the line of duty. we're getting more details tonight about how a routine traffic stop took a very tragic turn. adrienne: it happened in ladysmith, just north of eau claire. as the shooter sits in jail, the sheriff's office mourns one of their own. >> his name was deputy dan glaze, a seven-year veteran in
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a half here in rusk county. adrienne: deputy glaze was responding to a call about a suspicious vehicle just north of eau claire saturday night. the deputy radioed he found the vehicle and that's the last the sheriff's office heard from the 33-year-old. when back up arrived, they found the deputy dead. investigators with several agencies spent the night trying to track down the shooter, 43-year-old doug nitek. they caught up to him at his home. he eventually surrendered but not before shooting once at law enforcement. no one was hurt. according to court documents nitek's been in jail several times for a range of crimes. he was even under what's called active community supervision when he killed the deputy. governor scott walker released a statement on twitter saying he plans to work with law enforcement across the state to ensure the deputy's killer is brought to justice. sheldon: it has been 43 years since a 9-year-old wisconsin girl was killed. and every halloween her murder still haunts some parents.
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wisn 12 news nick bohr shows us how sex offender checks are keeping communities safe. >> thank you everybody for coming in today to spend your halloween eve, with us. nick: dozens of local law enforcement officers gathering to send a clear message to registered sex offenders in milwaukee county. >> we are going to the houses of sexual offenders who are on probation or parole for sex offenses and ensuring that they are not participating in trick or treating in any way. nick: us marshals joining state department of corrections officers as they go to the doors of some two-hundred registered sex offenders just to make sure they're where they're supposed to be and not opening their doors to any trick or treaters. the vigilance dates to the1973 -- the 1973 sexual assault and murder of a trick or treating 9-year-old, lisa ann french, in fond du lac by her neighbor gerald turner. now 67, turner remains in prison and these halloween checks spurred by his crime are routine. >> wherever there is a sexual offender, we will be checking on them to make sure they are at
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nick: and, they didn't wait until today to do checks. >> prior to today's event, we have gone on warrant sweeps where we've arrested over 30 people who had warrants for sexual offenses within milwaukee county, those offenses range from first degree sexual assault of a child to failure to register for the sexual offender registry. nick: any violators that they jail. last year during this week, they made eight arrests. reporting live, the central news -- wisn 12 news. adrienne: the uber driver critically injured in a crash that killed his 3 passengers last weekend is back home from the hospital tonight. the gofundme site for timothy snyder posted this photo today showing snyder and his mom watching the packers game. the deadly crash happened early last sunday morning downtown. the 3 passengers, women visiting from chicago, all died.
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is in jail. sheldon: a tough loss for the green bay packers on the road in atlanta. they fell to the falcons earlier this evening. 12 sports director dan needles joins us now. dan, that game really came down to the wire. dan: it turned out to be a much closer game than expected, thanks to the packers playing without 6 starters and it ended up being a shootout between 2 of the top quarterbacks in football. both matt ryan and aaron rodgers finishit rating over 125, which is outstanding. rodgers passed for 3 touchdowns in the first half, that one to newcomer geronimo allison and this one to rookie trevor davis, each was the first of their nfl career. rodgers added a 4th td pass with about 4 minutes left to play, jeff janis on the receiving end and green bay had a 6 point lead. but ryan tossed his third td pass of the game, to mohammad sanu, with just 31 seconds left and the falcons beat the packers
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>> we are disappointed that we did not win the game. we fully expected to win. i think this is a illustration -- an excellent illustration for the team. it is about making teams -- making plays, and making enough to win the game. dan: the packers drop to 4-and-3, which is a game and a half behind the division leading ki tomorrow night. the packers host the colts next sunday. sheldon: commitment 2016 coverage now. there are just nine days left until election day. adrienne: the nominees will be going non-stop, trying to earn every vote. and wisconsin is getting a lot of attention. republican donald trump and his running mate mike pence will be visiting the state this week. they will make a joint appearance in eau claire on tuesday. the event will take place at 7:00 p.m. doors open at 4:00. today trump campaigned in
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vote in person, instead of sending their ballots in through the mail to make extra sure that their vote is counted. sheldon: democratic presidential nominee hillary clinton focused her efforts on the battleground state of florida today. we learned just hours ago that the fbi now has a warrant to look at emails found on the computer of one of clinton's top aides. we'll have more on that developing story, in our next half hour. chelsea clinton will be back in wisconsin this week to campaign for her mom. she'll visit eau claire and milwaukee on thursday. clinton's running mate tim kaine will campaign in appleton and madison on tuesday. adrienne: today, actor richard schiff -- he was on ?the west wing? -- campaigned for clinton in milwaukee. the former bernie sanders supporter told the crowd that he now believes she is the best choice. >> almost everything that she's done in public life has been for the greater good and it's
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why i'm profoundly in support of her right now. adrienne: wisn 12 news and abc news have everything you need to know 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 8. sheldon: we expect to learn more this week, about a man who was found dead in a partly-submerged car. the car was flipped on its roof in about three feet of water near highway 142, southeast of burlington. it was found yesterday by people searching for a burlington man, who had gone missing on friday. there's ground breaking happening tomorrow in greenfield for a new retail development. the 45 acre project along i-894, near 84th and layton is called 84-south, the development will feature several new stores and restaurants, including steinhafels, marshall's, portillos, and panera. adrienne: tomorrow is halloween but celebrations have already been going on all weekend. this is video of the halloween
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dozens of people turned out in their costumes. and when the parade was over, they got right to trick or treating. and tonight wrapped up the great pumpkin festival at the old schoolhouse park in whitefish bay. kids and their parents carved jack-o-lanterns and decorated pumpkins. look at all of these glowing pumpkins on display this was the 30th year of the event. quite a few communities still have trick-or-treating tomorrow. we've posted a full list of times on wisn.com and on the free 12 news mobile app. not exactly typical halloween weather tomorrow. mark: warm weather out there. and it is not just the 60's and the extended forecast. >> none of us had a clue what he was intending to do. sheldon: this wisconsin woman's son opened fire on his school
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injuring two students. tonight, she's speaking out about what set him off and the lingering questions he left behind. adrienne: and the warning tonight about one social media
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adrienne patterson, weatherwatch 12 meteorologist lindsey slater, and stephanie sutton with big 12 sports. wisn 12 news at 10:00 continues. adrienne: new video just released, of a 2015 attack on the airport in new orleans. you can see the suspect at the security checkpoint, first using wasp spray, before pulling out a machete. passengers scrambling to get out {adrienne 3 mon} it has been six months since 18-year-old jakob wagner shot and injured two of his classmates at their prom in antigo. sheldon: and tonight we are hearing from his mother. lorrie wagner tells the abc-station in wausau that jakob was bullied and suffered from depression. she also says she had no clue what he intended to do. and still wonders what if. >> if i would've stayed awake another half hour. if i would've had somebody talk to him.
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anything differently. it was his mindset that he didn't want to go on. sheldon: police shot jakob at the scene and he later died at the hospital. adrienne: a broke down car leads to an arrest la crosse county. a deputy who pulled over to help got suspicious, and called for backup. turns out the car had 100 grams of cocaine, with an estimated street value of $10,000 dollars. deputies arrested two people. traveling from madison or milwaukee. there's a new worry on the streets, a drug, more powerful than anything police have seen. 12 news ben wagner investigates. ben: is this as dangerous as it gets when it comes to these synthetic opioids? >> it really is. this stuff is just so powerful and potent. ben: 12 news has learned the opiod epidemic, is getting even worse. a drug that was meant for animals, is now hitting the streets. it could be deadly for the
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is how unpredictably dangerous is could be for first responders. adrienne: ben wagner's 12 news investigation about a deadly new threat. tomorrow on 12 news at 10:00. a wisconsin police department is getting national attention this weekend. green bay police were featured on the t.v. show cops. the show's producers followed green bay officers around for 8 weeks last spring. it's the first cops episode filmed in wisconsin. sheldon: there was a bit of because of a costume. in this twitter post, you can see the fan is wearing a black and white prison jumpsuit, with a hillary clinton mask on one side, and a president obama mask on the other with a noose attached. school officials told the person to remove the costume and let the fan stay at the game. here's the school's response -- ?while repugnant and counter to the values of the university and athletic department, was an exercise of the individual's
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sheldon: a smartphone app might've been the cause of a deadly car crash. the driver was allegedly using snapchat and speeding more than a hundred miles per hour. here's abc's marci gonzalez with more. marci: tonight this snapchat video showing some of the final moments of a young couple's lives renewing questions about the popular app's speed filter. >> what is a snapchat speed filter? marci: the feature that clocks and allows users to post how fast they're going showed the volkswagon golf going more than 115 miles an hour wednesday night in tampa. recorded the video police say the car, crossed over a median and slammed head-on into a mini-van. >> all i seen was a blue flash. it just burst into flames. marci: the driver in the video, pablo cortes iii and his passenger jolie bartolome were killed, as well as three people in the van. >> it's just tragic. it's really just tragic. marci: concerns about snapchat's speed filter were raised earlier this year following this crash in atlanta. while snapchat says there's no
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of the accident. her passenger tells a different story. >> she was trying to hit 100 miles an hour and post it on snapchat. marci: tonight, a snapchat spokesperson saying in a statement, ?we actively discourage our community from using the speed filter while driving, including by displaying a 'do not snap and drive' warning message in the app itself.? marci: mcgee's case has not yet been heard by a grand jury and that lawsuit is still pending. meanwhile, three other injured in this week's crash are still hospitalized. adrienne: call centers. smartphones programmed to flood the emergency call line, leaving callers in need unable to get through. the hack is activated when someone clicks on a viral twitter link. the link turns a user's phone screen black then takes control of the phone by dialing 911 over and over. andrea jara says her phone was hacked. >> it just started calling 911 like crazy and i couldn't stop it. i kept clicking the end button and nothing was happening. it just kept recalling,
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adrienne: police arrested an 18-year-old man in washington state they say was spreading the link on twitter. sheldon: tomorrow is halloween, but it is also the day one part of milwaukee starts christmas preparations. 150 evergreen trees will be delivered to cathedral square park tomorrow morning. these are the trees that hundreds of local school children decorate every year. you're looking at video of a previous event. the trees will be decked out the week of november 11, as part of the holiday lights festival hard to get into the holiday spirit when we are so warm this weekend. a lot of kids will have to put on their customer. mark: we're talking about temperatures getting into the 60 smile. november 1 will be into the 70's. that is one of the big stories for tomorrow -- winds gusting up to 30 miles per hour out of the south. you will not be the heaviest of
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into trick-or-treating. if you join us for 5:30, i used one of my daughters earlier but didn't include the other. so there is my oldest. she is in trouble because she was trick-or-treating it is 15 years old and was given dirty looks because it is too late for that. you know what, it was kind of chili. if you want to put on some pants. then the ze this is my youngest. this is my favorite picture of all. this is our own melanie hutch. what is going on? the didn't work last night. that come back to hunt you again and again. temperatures warming up into the 70's before we go back down. next weekend looks amazing for
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again. a live look outside, and i said quiet. no wind out there right now. mostly clear skies. it has cooled down. some sweat stunted 36 degrees. 37 degrees in sheboygan. you still have some things that are growing to come up because we have not had much of the way of colder air, you will have to cover them up. there will be some frost if you are away from the lake tonight. temperatures in the south and west are warmer. tomorrow and tuesday. it will cool compared where we had been. highs and lows have been five degrees above average in october. we keep the streaks going with 50 degrees are warmer. not record-breaking yet. maybe that will happen. 43 degrees at 5:00 a.m.
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one week from now, that will be much different. it will be rising an hour earlier, because we will be turning our clocks back. daytime temperatures at 62 degrees. windy. it will still be breezy for trick-or-treating. temperatures stay mild at 50 degrees even through 8:00. not the warmest apollo means, but it is not bad -- warmest of halloween's, but it is not bad . a mixture of clouds and overnight as we had through the night tonight. as we work our way into the forecast, it is nice and quiet. not a perfectly sunny day, but certainly more son than we saw today. during overnight hours, maybe a sprinkle or two into monday and tuesday. tuesday will be magnificent. temperatures warm up in a big way. 73 degrees as we head into
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good likelihood on wednesday. 57 degrees. cool on thursday. here comes that warm up again. 63 degrees on saturday. 65 degrees on sunday. this is the whole streak about craziness and warm weather continues day after day. sheldon: thank you so much. tomorrow is one of the biggest holidays of the year for candy. adrienne: and a recent survey shows what people crave in every rhesus -- reese's is not on the list. according to influenster, the most popular halloween candy in wisconsin is laffy taffy. people across the border in illinois go for snickers. while minnesota favors the 100 grand bar. candy corn came in first in five states, the most of any candy. the rankings are based on a nationwide survey of 40,000 people.
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>> big 12 sports. dan: the packers were 31 seconds away from the signatue regular season win of aaron rodgers' career. instead, just a frustrating loss that dropped green bay 1 and a half games behind first place minnesota. the packers had to play without clay matthews, randall cobb and ty montgomery, in addition to their top 3 cornerbacks and top 2 running backs, but playing shorthanded, the offense hummed, rodgers with a perfect throw on the 58 yard bomb to jordy nelson. two plays later, rodgers to nelson again, and the packers had a 7-to-3 lead. green bay's defense did a great job of containing superstar julio jones, but not-so-good of a job containing the rest of the falcons. matt ryan with a 47 yard td bomb
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quarter, rodgers, to geronimo allison, just up from the practice squad his first nfl catch goes for 6. later in the second quarter, a few plays after a 55 yard punt return by trevor davis rodgers to trevor davis, his first nfl touchdown. rodgers was the leading rusher for the packers with 60 yards, 23 here. he needed just 27 seconds to set up a mason crosby field goal at the end of the half. green bay led 24-to-19 at halftime. they trailed by 2 in the 4th quarter, but rodgers put them back in front with his 4th td pass of the game, to jeff janis, with about 4 minutes left. rodgers passed for 246 yards, but ryan had 288 and his third td pass of the game, to mohammad sanu with just 31 seconds left, gave the falcons a 33-to-32 win over the packers. >> i thought aaron was outstanding. i think the offensive line played pretty well. we had a lot of production from our receivers.
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excuses for we are professionals out here and expect them to play well. to that accord, i am proud of our guys. i am proud of how they battled. t.j. lang is an absolute warrior. he was out there struggling with a nagging injury. i am proud of him. i'm proud of young guys. dan: coming up in our next half hour, who took the blame for the packers third loss of the season. plus, the bucks try for their second win in as many days, this time on the road. and, the badgers 2 quarterback wins, but can they continue to win using 2 quarterbacks? sheldon: there is a new wrench in the race for the white house. adrienne: the warrant linked to one member of the clinton campaign. you will not believe how close the polls are right now. sheldon: there is an offer from judges that could help some people clear their records
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adrienne: {adrienne/utl} it is now the last full week of campaigning before election day. sheldon: a week from this tuesday we should know whether donald trump or hilary clinton will be the next president. but as abc's richard cantu shows us the clinton campaign is facing a new challenge tonight. richard: the fbi has obtained a warrant to review emails found on the laptop of hillary clinton's top aide huma abedin and her estranged husband, anthony weiner. federal agents first discovered the e-mails potentially relating to hillary clinton weeks ago, but didn't inform fbi director james comey until last thursday. the next day, in a letter to lawmakers, he revealed the renewed inquiry that has thrown the campaign for a loop. hillary clinton, now fighting donald trump. ms. clinton: i mean he's such a downer, right? richard: and james comey-- ms. clinton: it's pretty strange to put something like that out with such little information
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officials had advised against alerting congress, citing department tradition of not talking about ongoing investigations and not doing anything that would be seen as influencing an election in its final days. for donald trump, it's a late-game windfall. mr. trump: now it's reported that the department of justice is fighting the fbi, that's because the department of justice is trying so hard to protect hillary clinton. richard: comey now caught in the cross fire. rep. adam schiff, d-ca: i think this was a terrible error in judgment by the director. richard: in a scathing letter, senate minority leader harry reid accuses the fbi director of being partisan, and says he may have broken the law. comey has begun briefing lawmakers on the new emails. meanwhile, the latest abc news national tracking poll shows hillary clinton's lead over donald trump, down to one point. richard cantu, abc news, new york. sheldon: you can now cast your ballot early across the state. this is video of people voting early in downtown milwaukee this
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voters we spoke with said their minds were made up before the new clinton e-mails were released. but there is a little-known rule that allows early voters to change their minds up to three times, if they decide to vote for someone else. >> being able to change your vote that many times, i worry that would open the door to other interests to come and sway you after you've made your personal decision. sheldon: election day, you can check for your polling place on the new wisn.com. just look at the politics page. the question now, is how much early voting will influence the elections here in wisconsin. mike gousha explores that and looks at what donald trump needs to do to do well in waukesha, ozaukee and washington counties tonight on upfront. >> new jersey senator cory booker is one of the democrats rising stars. tonight, i will sit down with her to ask him if he is, what
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senate. but i will ask why donald trump has been struggling in wisconsin's most republican counties. more than 505 -- more than 4000 voters have already voted early in the state. it is all coming up tonight at 11:00 right here on upfront. adrienne: chief meteorologist mark baden is joining us tonight. you keep telling me it is going g i'm just not feeling it. mark: eventually we will get cold. it will get cold this winter, it will snow. you can count on it. that is a promise. not tonight. it is still chilly out there. there may be some frost if you are inland. tomorrow, warm air, and then it gets crazy warm on tuesday. it is the 70's on the first day of november. that is pretty nice stuff. not quite to record territory, but not far away either.
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tomorrow, 42 degrees in the city or nearly michigan. if you are inland, it will be colder than that. heading home, partly cloudy skies in the forecast. not a completely sunny day, not a completely cloudy day. it will be kind of interspersed with some cloudy period and some sun. it will be windy. winds gusting to about 30 miles per hour for tomorrow. it will not be quite as nice as that 62 degrees. the wind will be less on tuesda there will be a lot of sunshine. not bad at all for halloween. adrienne: cleanup is underway after another powerful earthquake in central italy. it was strong enough to bring homes and churches crashing down. abc's jennifer eccleston takes us to the scene. jennifer: a 6.6 magnitude tremor caused widespread destruction, this drone video showing crumbled buildings in the town of amatrice in central italy.
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hit by a deadly earthquake in august. the new tremors causing even more damage. panicked residents ran to safety. embracing, kneeling, praying in the central plazas, fears rising with each aftershock, as more buildings disappear in a cloud of dust. firefighters helped cloistered nuns to safety, their church destroyed, the bell tower on the point of collapse. one nun describing what she felt, saying there was this end of world feeling, ju say a tremor. it was more than that, all the house was moving. the earthquake was the strongest in italy in 36 years, hitting a mountain area just north of rome. pope francis mentioned the quake in his weekly sunday blessing, saying i pray for the injured and for the families who have suffered damage. italy's prime minister promised help, telling reporters that we will rebuild everything, the
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businesses. that might take a long time with thousands of people left without a roof over their heads. and churches lying in a heap of rubble. jennifer eccleston, abc news, italy. adrienne: new information tonight about the american airlines plane that caught fire at the o'hare airport in chicago. a piece of the boeing 767 engine actually broke apart. a close inspection of the plane revealed that the stage two disc of the high pressure turbine failed, sending the plane into flames. investigators found part of the engine roughly 1600 feet away. officials say that type of engine failure is rare and serious. >> it's a very dangerous kind of mishap, very dangerous kind of failure. we're very lucky this happened while it was still on the ground. 161 passengers were on board, -- adrienne: 161 passengers were on
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investigators are still working to find why the turbine broke. sheldon: a safe return home to planet earth. three astronauts from the united states, japan and russia were welcomed back to gravity today. the crew spent the past 115 days on board the international space station. the capsule landed safely this morning in kazakhstan. their trip back to earth took about 3.5 hours. sweden is getting ready for a rare visit from pope francis tomorrow. the pope's visit marks the 500th anniversary of the protestant reformation. sweden's population is overwhelmingly lutheran. pope francis says he hopes his visit will encourange closer relations among christians. >> anyone. adrienne: an unusual offer to anyone who has a municipal warrant in milwaukee. some judges say they'll toss it out if you'll do just one thing. wisn-12 news kent wainscott explains. >> we're your friendly neighborhood municipal court
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municipal court judges a first of its kind offer. >> anyone with a city of milwaukee municipal court warrant, drivers license suspension or car registration suspension can have those warrants and suspensions lifted without making any payment whatsoever. kent: just show in court on any of the first three wednesday's in november, they say, and the court will toss the warrant and help get back on track and there's one more promise. >>on kent: it's not exactly a get-out-of jail free card. people will still be responsible for any fines, but the idea they say is to get people fearful of outstanding warrants, working with the system. mayor tom barrett: i think they're trying to make sure that people can get themselves out of that hole. obviously i hope it's successful. kent: mayor tom barrett says it was the elected judges who came up with the plan. the judges were in a city budget hearing today and declined to comment, but the mayor says one question that remains is the financial impact of the plan. mayor tom barrett: that's something we want to have our
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this will have on the city. kent: no one is sure what kind of turnout to expect, but sources inside the courts tell us they believe a lot of people will take advantage of this offer. in milwaukee, i'm kent wainscott , wisn-12 news. adrienne: the judges' offer does not apply to any zoning and building code violations those will still be heard on a case-by-case basis. sheldon: one local woman's halloween home is the closest thing we are going stepping into a harry potter movie. adrienne: this year, the decorations are about so much more. we will tell you how they may actually be helping her heal from a serious health threat. sheldon: plus the story of one of the boy who thought he was
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adrienne: a hair-stylist is becoming well-known for her extensions of halloween. april benson owns and cuts hair at the tease salon and barber-shop in la crosse. for 4 years now, benson has dressed in costumes through the entire month of october. an array of get up there. she says it's something her customers y grown to expect. benson says while 31 days of dressing up might make for a little extra work the payoff is well worth it. harry potter comes to life in hartland. the awesome display is up for halloween and you can check it out. sheldon: only on wisn 12 news, ben hutchison gives us an inside look and introduces us to the woman behind the magic who shares why it means so much. >> this is going to be the potions area. i'm kind of shifting it over this year. ben: the plans are coming together.
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>> i used to have honeydukes in here. honeydukes is going to go in a tent out there. ben: for the 5th straight year dody marriott is transforming her garage into hogwarts the school of witchcraft and wizardry made famous in harry potter. >> we have our hogwart's express sign. it's all carved out of styrofoam. ben: part of the train that carries students back and forth to the magical world. >> smokestack and everything on it, it's about 14 to 15 feet tall. ben: you're not messing around. >> nope. ben: with all the spells and important story is marriott's. this year's display is extra special. >> march i was diagnosed with breast cancer. i had a mastectomy in april and was having chemo until 2 weeks ago. ben: the whole time these moments bringing harry potter to life the focus. >> that was from the beginning and for the diagnosis. if there's one thing i want to keep on my plate that i want to do, it's hogwarts. ben: sharing her passion with the community. >> the first kid that comes through and they're just
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so excited and pointing at everything, that makes it all worth it then. ben: in hartland, ben hutchison, wisn 12 news. sheldon: hogwart's is located on capitol drive in hartland. you can visit tomorrow evening, 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. adrienne: no tricks here. a young boy and his father are instead sharing a special halloween treat. four-year-old jaden hayes lives in florida, and this year he dressed in an army costume. the ou soldier stationed in iraq. but jermaine will be home to celebrate with his son. >> it was a surprise my wife set up. i was just supposed to meet him when he was trick or treating. and i just showed up. it was a surprise for me and him, daddy. adrienne: jaden and his father will go out trick-or-treating tomorrow. that is so special.
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old singer union videos of fathers and their kids. in sports, how a letdown by the defense cost the packers a chance at a win in atlanta. plus, a comedown for the bucks after last night's thrilling win. adrienne: and, a pair of reunion's highlight the badgers first basketball game of the season. dan needles is in next with big 12 sports. first, here are tonight's winning lottery numbers. anyone with type 2 diabetes knows how it feels to see your numbers go up, despite your best efforts. but what if you could turn things around? what if you could... love your numbers? discover once-daily invokana?. it's the #1 prescribed sglt2 inhibitor that works to lower a1c.
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>> big 12 sports, presented my minard. dan: the packers host -- earlier in this season, the packers defense was carrying the offense. today, the roles were reversed although that offense couldn't
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moving at will against the packers defense. matt ryan passed for 288 yards and 3 scores in the 33-to-32 win over the packers. to be fair, green bay was missing their top 3 cornerbacks, and clay matthews but the defense took the blame anyway. >> they got receivers. >> a guy like that coming got a get hits on him. it is back to the drawing board. watch the film, study it, get ready for the next one. dan: the packers host indianapolis next sunday the colts lost to the chiefs today to fall to 3-and-5. detroit was the only other nfc north team in action today the lions fell behind 14-to-0 at houston, thanks in part to this touchdown pass by brock osweiler . the texans hold on for a 20-to-13 win. there were 2 overtime games today.
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derrick carr to seth roberts for the winning score, 30-to-24 the final. carr passed for a raiders record 513 yards. the badger football team moved up to 8th in both of the college football polls after last night's overtime win over nebraska, 4 big 10 teams are in the top 10. wisconsin plays at northwestern saturday, and the question is, who will start at quarterback? paul chryst alternated alex hornibrook and bart houston each threw a critical second half interception but houston was behind center in overtime. according to chryst, those issues will be addressed but for now, a win is a win. >> i think that we went in and knew that we wanted to play both bart and alex in the cornerback stop -- quarterback spot. we have to have everyone here it -- everyone. >> everyone wants to play, but at the and of the day it is good
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hours after a thrilling buzzer beating win over the nets, the bucks played in detroit and the effort, and result, was not the same. former badger jon leuer with the slam for the pistons. the bucks answered right back, jabari parker to giannis for the alley-oop. giannis led the bucks with 17 points and 8 rebounds. in the third quarter, the bucks trying to cut into a 10 point deficit giannis with the rolls to the basket for the finger roll. monroe had 11 points and 5 rebounds. but that was no match for andre drummond, 20 points, 23 rebounds for drummond, and the pistons beat the bucks 98-to-83. the badger basketball team opened their season today with an exhibition against uw-platteville, matching the gard brothers, greg and jeff. the excitement was provided by kahlil iverson from zak showalter for the dunk. bronson koenig scored all 12 of his points in the first half, including this buzzer beater. here's the move of the game by the explosive iverson, who
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badgers pull away to win 86-to-58, 12 sports stephen watson has more from the kohl center. stephen: this game was not much more than the badgers getting a win and fine-tuning their game. greg gard and his brother jeff coached against each other tonight. they wanted to raise awareness for brain cancer and honor their father, who passed away from the disease exactly one a one, just on the stage that we were able to make an impact. >> they even saved a seat for him inside the kohl center. >> we wanted him centre court for this game. he was going to show no favoritism. stephen: they were not the only brothers on display today. the showalter's square it off just like old times on the court in germantown.
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will were never this game for the rest of our lives. not many brothers getting -- get an opportunity to play out here. >> we were joking during the game, we made a couple comments to each other. just a lot of fun, and we were very happy and lucky to have that opportunity. stephen: all 17 badgers saw the floor, getting good reps before the regular season kicks off with central arkansas on november 11. inside the kohl center, stephen watson, wisn 12 sports. dan: in chicago tonight, a win for the cubs. kris bryant with a solo home run to tie the game in the fourth inning. they take the lead. a sacrifice fly. they held on for a three-to win. -- 3-2 win. cleveland still leaves the series 3-2.
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up taking a 3-1 lead and losing, the executor op. cit. of the cavaliers -- exact near opposite of the cavaliers.
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