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take to stop crime on your street. first, we are on weather and traffic watch. we are checking in with matt coming up. >> first, to sally who is tracking a big warm up. >> yes, southwest winds are warming up the temperatures all night long. the sunshine is peering through the overcast and a little more sun this afternoon. the clouds are lingering. tomorrow, clouds beat a retreat. becoming party sunny and up to 70, 71 degrees. the lows 50 tonight. tomorrow light rain showers, heavy near the illinois border and cooler near 60. you are going to love the looks of the weekend. matt? reporter: we are looking down at
northbound is open and the merge is gone. if you are going west on i-94 you have to be in the right hand lane. it is moving pretty well. pay extra attention. otherwise the rest of the system is quiet at this point. >> the clinton library in arkansas. >> police in little rock say a 19-year-old map was shot while trying to sell jeans in the parking lot. the victim and the cousin agreed to meet three men to sale them jeans and the men took the jeans and shot at the men.
survive, but the police are looking for the three suspects this morning. >> now to another big story, election day is one week from today. we are in washington with more on the candidates entering the home stretch. good morning. reporter: hillary clinton is headed to florida and brushing out the unwanted scrutiny. >> there is no case here. >> a confi week out from the election and deflecting the fbi probe. in connection with the email server. >> if they want to look at more emails by all means go ahead. >> the justice department pledged a proper view as they are searching thousands of emails. the attorney said that the client learned about the investigation through the press reports on friday and had no idea which laptop she shared
>> the white house is waying in on the case and saying that the president doesn't believe that the fbi director is trying to influence the outcome of the election. >> will not depend or criticize what the director decided. >> donald trump continued to aim at clinton. >> she's got nobody to blame but herself. >> today donald trump is to an a different topic to the healthcare law in a speech outside of philadelphia. >> thank you. in the 90s donald trump avoided paying hundreds of million dollars of in taxes. >> the road of the white house passing through wisconsin, donald trump and tim kaine is visiting today. it is past of a push to get you
now with a look ahead. good morning, hillary. >> good morning, ben. you know, early voting is much in full swing and by this time flexion week, the polls here all over the country are opening up for the big day, election day. and with one week to go, the campaigns are pushing hard to earn your vote. donald trump is eua tonight. now, one of the republican tickets surrogates the rudy giuliani and campaigning in green bay today. tim kaine is appleton and madison. two other big visits happening tomorrow, chelsea clinton and wednesday and thursday and tomorrow also bernie sappeders
turner ballroom. the mar get law school has donald trump trailing hillary clinton by 7 points. this is a battleground state and we have a week to go. >> we have you covered on election day across the country, watch the live coverage and online starting at 4:00 on november 8th. >> making your neighborhoods safer. that is a pair of goals happening in milwaukee today. we are live with a look ahead. good morning, thema. reporter: good morning, experts are meeting about cutting down on violent crime in milwaukee and improving relationships between police and members of the community. now the events are organized by
coalition. fire and police commissioners are expected to attend one of the discussions. now the first one is 3:00 p.m. at umo on chase avenue and the other at 7:00 p.m. at the jewish home and care center on prospect avenue. and another note, a former cincinnati police officer will also be at the event and talking about how that department cut down on violent crime force incidents by the police and giving advice to police in milwaukee. "wisn 12 news this morning">> thank you, thema. >> today is the first day of the open enrollment on healthcare.gov and pree mums are jumping 25%. today mayor tom barrett and other leaders are sharing how to get help picking the new plan
>> today dozens of mps students are getting eye exams and new glasses for free. eye doctors are partnering with the mps and the milwaukee teachers union to test the students. today they'll get exams and will be fitted for new glasses. this program provided glasses to 800 students since 2010. >> it is november 1st, that going to shutdown for the season. lee's dairy treat in brookfield serving up ice congressmen for 45 years and started with a couple. lee passed away in 1999 and his daughter has been running the business. the shop the a throwback and the business has stood the test of time, all thanks to the community. >> i love doing what i do and i
every day, there's different stories and different things you hear and i love being around the customers a lot. >> the shop is ep 7 days a week. today is in the 70s. >> i hope they have long lines out there today. short sleeves? >> it is ice cream cone type of day. the temperatures in the mid 60s. we reach up to the low 70s for today. southwesee nicely. a few clouds around for us throughout the day. we see the clouds around this morning. the 60s this morning and warm up this afternoon. we time out the showers coming up tomorrow in a moment. now to matt up in chopper 12. >> we say good-bye to the merge
is re-opened and it is a new traffic pattern. the westbound access is from the right lane. you are seeing now, clean, no delays. five minutes northbound from the hale up to the zoo. they are reopening the national avenue onramp and giving you access to 94 eastbound. that's a look at the morning commute. >> thank you, >> 6:09. keeping illegal drugs away from the kids. that is a focus of a forum tonight in kenosha. tim? >> the numbers are alarming 15 drug overdose deaths in kenosha this year alone. now tonight the sheriff is leading a resource fair about heroin addiction and prevention programs and calling the problem
hospitals, schools and federal agents. you are invited to hear him speak tonight. that program by the way is at 6:00. back to you. >> thank you, tim. and halloween hayride ends in a tragedy. >> next up, the overnight crash that took the lives of two kids out with a family to celebrate. >> explosion rattles a colorado community, what a teenagers was
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of the year. sheboygan waking up at 56 degrees. we are going to warm up nicely for today. you are seeing a little more sunshine, fair skies to the north and clouds to the south. low pressure is passing by tomorrow. today sunny and 71. matt? >> we are over the south side, 43, 94 southbound, holt avenue under the freeway. you can see things are looking pretty good. no delays right now because the american is gone along the bypass. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> thanks, matt. >> two kids are killed in
halloween celebration. tim? >> such a sad story, ben, we have been keeping in touch with our sister station in jackson, mississippi, the children on a hayride when killed, according to the local coroner there. an adult also died. the victims are all members of the same family. this happened outside of jackson, mississippi. the victims were riding an a flat bed trailer and highway when the trailer was hit by a car. the vick tips died on the scene. now the names and ages of the victims have not been released. back to you in the studio. >> tim, thank you. melinda: tim, thank you. in colorado, the families are forced to cut the trick or treating short in castle rock. sunday night two teenage boys were arrested on unrelated charges and yesterday in searching the homes the officers
exmroezive devices and were expositive devices and were being made in a bomb. 30 homes were evacuated and the bomb squad detonated the devices. the police chief has never seen this level of sophistication out of a teenager. right now the boys don't face charges related to the explosives. >> nine sex offenders were arrested. teams head out every year to make sure that the sex offenders are not handing out candy. the o rests for violations of probation or parol. >> you have a chance to hear from the author of gun slinger and iconic life of brett favre. the book is just released. today there is a q & a.
childhood to the hall of fame career. >> packers are kicking off a new partnership with the milwaukee public schools, boston store and positive coaching alliance is hosting workshops for the student athletes in milwaukee, they are focussing on character building and leadership skills. packers players are kicking off the program at riverside high school. >> members of the packers getting a good clean shape for a good cause. november is when men are encouraged to grow facial hair for prostrate cancer air wareness month. they are shaving to start the month fresh. they are at the medical college clinical cancer center for the
his life. >> the badgers are headed to the illinois to play northwestern watch it here at 11:00 on saturday morning. it should be a nice day for football. >> yes, looking dry, friday, saturday and sunday. starting with thursday. i still think 60 on saturday. so maybe sun screen and a hat. ben: in november. >> yes. november is typically a cloudy month. the sunshine, no worries, it is coming through for us, especially into the afternoon. warm front took its time coming through and southwest breezes and our temperatures have been climbing overnight. now, we have a cool front situated for tomorrow and low pressure that is passing to the south and between the two we set
the temperatures, you can see overall readings continue to remain fairly seasonal or above seasonal. we are at 64 degrees at this hour at the airport. these readings well above normal for us for this time of the year. for the rainfall, unlike last wednesday when we had a soaker, we are looking at lesser amounts of rainfall in the north counties. i think that the steadiest of the rain coming mid to late morning and early and clouds and southwest breezes and 70 or better. we stay dry for the evening and overnight but the clouds are filling in for us. lows around 50. tomorrow morning at 7:00 dry in the east. a chance of the system to the south speeding up and showers earlier, but for the most part talking lunchtime. i think that the steady and some
illinois border and lighter showers to the north. it is not a long rain. out of here by later on wednesday. 71 today. party sunny. 51 tonight. 57 on thursday. and then we settle in friday, saturday and sunday and monday as we stay dry. look at temperatures low to mid 60s. at this tuesday, wednesday dry as well. >> enjoy it while it is here. >> yes, water the mums. >> wisn 12 news time now is 6:20. lighting up the night. >> next up, what is behind this show in the new york city skyline. >> plus, inches from danger, 87-year-old woman is pulling from a burning car and what she did wrong that ended up with
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good morning, south milwaukee. thank you so much for the school shout out. >> if you are interested in getting a visit from us, head to wisn.com, and click on the school logo and we'll try to schedule a time for a visit. >> and if too much halloween candy in your house, several of the area dentists are >> they are buying back the candy. they'll give you kids a dollar a pound up to ten pounds. who gets that much candy. pewaukee is also buying back the candy 4-6 and free raffles at the office. and living dentals is collecting
troops overseas. >> check this out, a light show in the new york city skyline. the empire state building lit up for halloween, orange for most of the time and a few times into a cool light show. i love that. >> that is cool. do they do that over christmas? >> i hope so. a we are counting down to cmas. >> they are live tomorrow night on wisn we have behind scenes look at the rehearsals. dozens of performances. features brooks and dunn. he can't believe he's teaming up the duo. >> it is cool to be here and part of the 50th and performing with these guys and guys that i came up watching perform for ten
long time. >> yes. don't miss the show, cmas tomorrow night at 7:00 on wisn 12. >> wisn 12 news time now is 6:26. a man is found safe overnight after missing in a jungle for two weeks. >> a clue that may have helped the rescuers found him. >> a real life homeward bound. >> folks, cooky time, the we gy the celebrities are sharing their baking secrets in this year's edition. first to traffic watch 12. we have a check at the morning
ben: the road to the white house passing through wisconsin today. the many campaign stops planned for our state today and
where you can see donald trump speak. melinda: an mpd officer fired. it's the same officer who fired fatal shots that led to unrest in sherman park, but officials say that's not why he's been fired.
this morning on this first day of november. how long the warm temperatures are sticking around. good morning and welcome to "wisn 12 news this morning." i'm ben wagner. melinda: and i'm melinda davenport. it's 6:30 on this tuesday, november 1st. let's start with the forecast. meteorologist sally severson is in the weather center. >> we are mid 50s and 60s. 53 point. we have 64 degrees at mitchell. temperatures have been climbing overnight. now some clouds are this morning and beginning to move off and calling for party sunny skies. becoming party sunny and the highs around 71 degrees. the sunrise 7:27. and just a reminder, this is the weekend that the clocks go back an hour, turn the clocks back an hour on salted night before bed. >> sally, we are over i-94
70th street and holly road. right now we have no delays here on the milwaukee county side of things. just a tap on the brakes. bypass is clean, 5 minutes right now. the american is gone. it is re-opened and 3 available lanes and new traffic pattern and stay alert. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> matt, thank you. >> commitment 2016, donald trump and hillary clinton's running meat is headed to wisconsin. we have a look ahead. >> boths campaigns are in the badger state and they are trying to get you to polling places
trump, he's in eau claire tonight andrew di giuliani is campaigning in wisconsin for donald trump. hillary clinton's daughter is stopping by and campaigning tomorrow and thursday in milwaukee, madison and oshkosh. bernie sappeders is stopping in milwaukee, and turner hall ballroom at 5:30 tomorrow night. the early voting in is in full swing. election day is a week from today. for now live in downtown milwaukee "wisn 12 news this morning." >> hillary, thank you. we have you covered on election day, watch our live coverage from across wisconsin and the
starting at 4:00 a week from today, november 8. melinda: later today, letting local kids weigh in on the election. the milwaukee county election commission is holding a mock election. third through fifth graders at siefert elementary will be able to cast their votes. they'll use the same election equipment that adult voters will use on election day. the students will mark their ballots to learn what it's really like to vote. ben: a rule is now in effect that keeps your heat on all winter even if you fall behind on the bill. but that doesn't mean to your bill. thema? >> ben, we are going to let you take it from here and talk about the mor toerm. >> thank you. this doesn't apply to everybody. this is a state law in place to protect seniors and low income
if you have pay some of the current bill and part of the past due amount. for the seniors, you don't have to make a specific payment but pay what you can. we energies is saying now is the time to reach out to them. melinda: right now, a milwaukee police officer is out of a job. he was fired yesterday. we are checking in tim, why has this mpd officer gotten so much negative attention? tim: dominique heaggan-brown is the officer who shot and killed sylville smith this summer setting off days of unrest in sherman park. now he's been fired for another reason. heaggan-brown has been charged with sexual assault. prosecutors say he may have assaulted four people since 2015. the district attorney hasn't decided yet if he'll also face charges for smith's death.
hoping to get justice for their loved one. >> tim, thank you. melinda: a controversial proposal would cost every driver in milwaukee county $60. last night, the public weighed in on that idea and many people showed they aren't happy about it. the county board held a public meeting last night to get input on the 2017 budget. county executive chris abele had proposed adding that $60 wheel tax. some people are against the plan, others support it. >> we think it's an investment in theli entire community. >> while a wheel tax might seem like a good idea, please keep in mind that there are folks who have an option and there are other counties out there where they can go to. melinda: there's a new plan that would be a compromise. a finance committee has approved a plan to amend that wheel tax making it $30 instead of $60. ben: looking ahead now, some groups were affected by flooding in september can now get help applying for fema aid. this is some of the damage
wisconsin. later today local governments and non-profits in that area will learn more about how to apply for federal aid. teams of specialists will be on hand to answer questions. ten wisconsin counties were cleared to apply for aid. ben: wisn 12 news time is 6:36. matt? reporter: right now we are looking down at the zoo interchange. there were closures overnight and now re-opened. there is no longer a traffic rg do pay attention, the ramp to go 94 west bound is a right side merge. 94 east bound, seeing delays coming into milwaukee county. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> matt, thank you. 6:36.
missing for two weeks in a jungle. he's from australia. rescuers say he was found in desperate need of food and water. officials say they used a blog post that the man wrote to decide on a search zone. melinda: police say a suspect made a pit stop in the middle of a high-speed chase. >> the boy was 12 years and drunk and driving erratically an the boy then crashed headon into a car and hit a light pole. >> also new, a driver in phoenix takes off when the police start to chase him. >> he took a break for a burger. the suspect pulled into a burger joint and headed to the drive-thru, he didn't order anything but the police tracked
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>> 6:41. tuesday, nbe the skies are partly cloudy and temperatures are spring like. in fact, you can see the visibility is very good as the si is waking up this tuesday morning and headed to work. right now at the airport 64. southwest breezes helped the temperatures to climb up slowly overnight. we are well above the normal for the highs today. briefly cooler with a few showers tomorrow. now we are riding with matt up
>> we are overthe brookfield area. eastbound is the one that is slowed up here from just before moreland road into milwaukee county on the brakes through that stretch. that is 13 minutes into downtown. the bypass is looking good this morning. the merge is gone. it is only 5 minutes 894 northbound from the hale up to the zoo. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> matt, thank 6:42. new, a teenage girl is kidnapped in washington state. the woman saw the 15-year-old pulled into an s.u.v. while getting ready to trick or treat. the s.u.v. sped away. the girl's mother grabbed on to the vehicle. then she was dragged down the street and had to let go. ben: a gas pipeline explodes in alabama leaving one person dead and five others hurt.
crew caused the blast. tim, what do we know about this situation? tim: colonial pipeline says a contract crew hit the pipeline with a trackhoe and that's what caused the explosion. this happened yesterday afternoon outside of birmingham. the company shut down their gas lines in the area after that blast. you can see the smoke and fire for miles. the explosion sparked at least three wildfire but no homes were in danger. the local sheriff is asking people to stay away until they can determine that the area is safe. >> tim, thank you. melinda: right now, protests are still going on over an oil pipeline in north dakota, but tomorrow, there could be progress toward a resolution. the leaders of seven tribes who are leading the protest against the pipeline are considering meeting with pipeline officials. one possibility is a meeting
the tribes say the pipeline could threaten their drinking water. melinda: have you seen standing rock reservation take over your facebook timeline? thousands of people are checking in at the location of those pipeline protests. people from across the country are saying they're at the protests trying to confuse law enforcement. protesters say authorities have been tracking them on social media. local law enforcement says that's not true. ben: right now, central italy is dealing with the aftermath of a the 6.6 quake hit near the city of visso on sunday. that's the same area that was hit by a devastating earthquake in august. now the city is like a ghost town. it's been seriously damaged, more than 15,000 people are forced out of their homes.
attention for spreading joy in the aisles. betty is 85 years old and works bagging groceries at the store. she says working helps keep her young. she retired and got bored so she started working at the store. there she is. betty's now been at the grocery store for 15 years. she's considering retiring again but she's not in a hurry to slow down. >> betty can outwork all of us put together. >> do y'all need me to slow down a little? >> you notice she doesn't move in slow motion. she just does circles around everybody. >> i said i don't know how to really slow down, but i'll try. >> so fun. i wish i had that much energy. her favorites are the firefighters that stop by and say hello. ben: new this morning, a dog disappears in missouri only to turn up 1100 miles away in wyoming. her name is mia, she's a purebred labrador retriever. her family says she wanders off a lot, usually not this far.
highway. once they arrived in wyoming, a shelter scoured social media, searching for mia's family. >> i was concerned because i have dogs and i'd be freaked out if they disappeared and i went home and started doing some research and found a page and we found her home. >> that woman is dedicated to her job. the family was thrilled to find out that their dog is safe. she'll make the trip melinda: new this morning, a dad gets creative and finds a way for his daughter to trick-or-treat in the sky. they were on board an airplane on halloween night. so dad passed out bags of candy along with a note asking the other passengers to play along as his daughter trick-or-treated. it was a big success, one of the passengers tweeted out these photos. she's adorable. the little girl was dressed as a doughnut.
you can't see this. here we go. brownie, sugar cookies. here. let me show you the cook book. it is holiday season, it is time. it is november 1st. >> this is what you need. >> i know. starting today get your hands on one of the books, a holiday must have. >> yes, 2016 we energies cooky book. it download it or pick it up at one of the distribution sites in the state. first batch filld with the cookie recipes that are sitting on the desk right now and handed out today at noon at franklin and pick up one saturday miller park as well. the theme of this year's book is wisconsin heritage edition.
wisconsinites and we have a mix of a variety of people, familiar names, familiar faces, entertainers to image caters and business leaders. >> in the books, 40 recipes from the well known people in wisconsin. >> these, i found them. look. >> i'm thinking three or four will be gone. >> this has been around since 1928. >> so good. >> i also posted a link on my sally severson facebook page as well. there are lots of distribution sites all over wisconsin. >> yes. >> there is a link on our pages as well. think holiday baking and 20s and
no, 71 and sunny. it is a little heads up as well, coming up this weekend, saturday night, if you still have a smoke detecter with the batteries, change the batteries. the clocks go back an hour before bed saturday night and call an end today light saving time. sun is up at 6:33 on sunday morning and setting at 4:37 on sunday night. th temperatures feel more like june. upper 50s and 60s. 62 racine. kenosha 63. lake geneva 62 as well. some clouds. it is stubborn this morning before seeing the clouds part a little more into the afternoon. nice and dry throughout th day. for tonight, things are quiet. lows into the low 50s.
pressure is passing to the south and that low is clipping southern wisconsin with a little bit of light rain. i don't expect a big deal of rainfall and happening for us off and on especially in the counties south, a little closer to the illinois border. theedz, this is just occasional rain. staying light. 71 for today. no danger of rain. breezy southwest winds. 51 60 tomorrow. look at the very pleasant warm up. the weekend, i think we are putting together several dry days beginning on friday. now to fly with matt up in news chopper 12. >> sally, we are looking down at 894 northbound, southbound, right side is where we used to have the merge, used to have. it is picked up and now 3 available lanes. a new traffic pattern.
the hale up to the zoo. moving east bound delays from moreland into milwaukee county. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> matt, thank you. take a look, this is a body cam showing an 87-year-old woman pulled from a burning tim: ben, the body camera was rolling when a santa fe police officer noticed that a parked car was on fire. 87-year-old deborah spear was behind the wheel. she's struggling to get out the car there. she says she didn't even notice the flames until an officer started yelling at her to get out. the officer carefully helped her out of the car and thankfully she was not seriously hurt. police say the woman had been driving on a flat tire. it turns out the sparks from the rim hitting the ground caused
spear says she's very thankful to the officer who saved her life. >> tim, thank you. melinda: cubs fans were thrilled to watch sunday night's world series game a win at wrigley field and they weren't the only ones watching. the game drew a bigger audience than the nfl game between the cowboys and eagles. it was the best rating for a baseball game in five years and it's the first time in three -- what is that? a hair cut? this is too much. this is first time in three years that most people have chosen the world series over the nfl. that's shocking to me. on sunday night too. >> wow. 6:52. "g.m.a." has the top national and international headlines coming up. >> first to a live look outside, a final look at the traffic and
>> wisn 12 news time now is 6:56. time for a check on the headlines. >> shooting in milwaukee, 23-year-old man in the hospital after being shot. the victim was taken to the hospital and the officers put up crime scene tape. investigators are searching for the shooter. >> overnight, a shooting at the arkansas, the shooting is not related to the election. a person was shot in the leg while selling blue jeans in the parking lot. >> later today, both of the campaigns are visiting wisconsin, donald trump and tim kaine. there are more events for both sides this week. >> now the matt up in news chopper 12. matt? >> we say good-bye to the merge
good-bye on 94. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> sunny, 70 degrees by afternoon. clouds are disappearing this morning. we become party sunny. 51 tonight. grab the umbrella for tomorrow the showers are light and scattered. look at the weekend, mid 60s. i'm going to transplant. >> "g.m.a." is up next. johnson: social security is a legal ponzi scheme. senior 1: ron johnson is attacking social security. senior 2: he wants to let wall street risk it in the stock market.
college student 1: ron johnson voted to raise the cost of student loans - college student 2: he just doesn't get it. worker: he says he's for jobs, but ron johnson supports trade deals that hurt wisconsin. v.o.: attacking social security. raising the cost of college. jobs lost overseas. senator ron johnson - he's hurting wisconsin families. russ feingold: i'm russ feingold
good morning, america. and breaking right now, donald trump surging in our brand-new poll, topping hillary clinton for the first time since may. as she battles back against that fbi investigation, defiant and demanding answers. >> i am sure they will reach the they looked at my e-mails. there is no case here. donald trump doubling down. >> the clinton crime spree ends. it's going to end on november 8th. >> both their campaign managers are here this morning with exactly one week until election day. breaking overnight halloween hayride disaster. at least three people killed. seven others injured when a