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starting at 8:00 p.m. right here on abc. al >> if i didn't slam on my breaks by one second, i probably would have lost my life today because of him. melinda: a suspected bank robber leads police on a high-speed chase through three counties. the gas station takedown that happened with the help of news chopper 12. and rain is on the way. this is a live look outside. we are showing you the radar in are a moment. we're tracking how long you'll want an umbrella. good morning and welcome to "wisn 12 news this morning." i'm ben wagner. melinda: and i'm melinda davenport. it's 4:30 on this wednesday, november 2nd. let's start with the forecast. meteorologist sally severson is in the weather center. sal. sally: this morning we aring looking at the rain rolling into
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rumbles of thunder as well as the rain is approaching. a stationary front is situated just to the south with the rain. it is around for much of the morning and tapering off into the amp. plan on those showers. right now, temperatures are showing up in the upper 50s right along the lake and low 50s inland. we have a look at the temperatures, between now and 7:00 is rain is filling in periods of rain, thunder and downpours holding in the upper 50s this morning and you can see the temperatures 59 at the airport. 51 # watertown. melinda: when you're on the go, take the weather watch 12 forecast with you. just download the wisn 12 news app. it's free for your smartphone or tablet. tim? tim: i'm at the breaking news desk keeping an eye on a situation in iowa.
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shot and killed in an ambush style attack. a manhunt is now underway for whoever is responsible. no other details have been released about what led up to this shooting. again, two des moines police officers were shot and killed overnight. i'll be watching for new information throughout the morning. for now, back to you. ben: now to video you'll see only on wisn 12 news. news chopper 12 was overhead when a bank robbery suspect was police chase through three counties. police say the man robbed a north shore bank in milwaukee then jumped into a white van and sped away. the chase passed through three counties yesterday. the van weaved through traffic hitting several cars and narrowly avoiding others. eventually the man stopped at a gas station where he bought a pack of cigarettes before police arrived and chased him down. officials say news chopper 12
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>> we also were able to use your helicopter signal on live tv to eventually locate the subject and get him into custody. as he was moving around on the ground, you were following him from the air. we weren't far behind and once he came to the stop here at the gas station and blend in to pedestrian traffic, we were able to take him into custody. >> fantastic job night. the van hit several vehicles near the milwaukee county line. officials say no one was seriously hurt during any of this. melinda: tonight we share the heartbreaking story of a preschool girl in a desperate fight against the clock. it's an exclusive story from wisn 12 news anchor joyce garbaciak. >> we'll get an intimate look at the courage of a wisconsin family looking for a cure for their very sick little girl. >> 97% of the time she's feeling
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days, we enjoy them. on average days she receives 19 medications, all in addition to the 12 hours of dialysis. reporter: while she fights a rare auto-immune disease, we find a story about faith, hope, and love. plus, the remarkable twist of fate that came just when the family thought all options had run out. melinda: you likely won't be able to turn away from this one. watch joyce garbaciak's report on a mother's desperate fight. tonight only on wisn 12 a ben: this morning in commitment 2016, a former presidential candidate is heading to wisconsin to campaign for hillary clinton. bernie sanders will be in milwaukee later today. the rally is at the turner hall ballroom. it starts at 5:30. it's open to the public. sanders will encourage voters in wisconsin to choose clinton and to vote for russ feingold in the senate race. melinda: donald trump is back on the trail this morning after a stop in wisconsin. he's been focusing on winning votes in the badger state.
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claire last night. he was joined by rudy giuliani, senator ron johnson, and a former rival, governor scott walker. trump and walker both focused on hillary clinton while talking to the crowd. >> we're going to send them to washington to drain the swamp, turn things around. this is someone who lied to the american people. she lied about emails, put national security at risk. the president of the united states. melinda: trump campaigns in florida today and other east coast states later this week. melinda: wisn 12 news and abc news will have you covered on election day. watch our live coverage from across wisconsin and the country, on air and online starting at 4:00 p.m. on tuesday. wisn 12 news time is 4:35. a wild crashcaught on camera in texas. ben: police say a truck caused the wreck. then one of the people inside walked away. why officers say that didn't
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heist. the thieves who walked away with 15 pounds of candy and the promise a mother is making after
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. 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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>> we are on weather watch and rain is approaching. wallworth and western racine, most of this straddling i-43 in the western part of walworth and to the south. lake geneva is getting in on the rain as well. burlington thunder and light as well. this morning, temperatures were in the low 60s lake side. we are falling back to the 50s with the rain cooled air. take the rain gear this morning. >> thank you, sal. out the door, 94, 76 street. drive times are all in the
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in texas. ben: several cameras on the bus captured it all. officials say a truck ran a stop sign and t-boned the bus. this is just after the crash. that caused a chain reaction sending the bus crashing into a home nearby. the video shows two people getting out of the truck, the passenger ran off before police arrived. police say that's not a crime. police in pennsylvania say a woman jumped in a river trying melinda: but she had to be rescued from the water. this all began with a crash near the ohio river. police say the woman hit a median then took off running. then she jumped into the ohio river. a tugboat worker jumped in to help her. then rescue crews arrived and helped get her back on dry land. melinda: new this morning, police in canada dragged senior citizens out of a community meeting. ben: it's after a fight broke out over ballots used at the meeting. now, police are facing
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the critics say officers didn't need to use so much force. one officer dragged an elderly man down some stairs. the man and his wife were both arrested. officials are investigating whether police acted appropriately. wisn 12 news time is 4:41. >> a new yorker figures out how to beat the traffic. melinda: how he crosses the river every morning rain or shine and why he decided to skip the bus. ben: andot bringing police to her door. how her son's teacher made it
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russ: as i've traveled to all 72 counties, i've heard from a lot of people. including seniors, concerned that ron johnson is going to turn medicare into a voucher program. senior: don't let it happen russ. russ: i've heard from families in need of good paying jobs. blue collar guy: ron johnson's trade deals help other countries, not us. russ: the bottom line - people want an economy that delivers for them. man: we just need a fair shake, and, russ, i think you need a bigger van.
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>> it is all about the radar. take a look at the rain and a few embedded thunderstorms pushing into the southern wisconsin from northern illinois and walworth and western are
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straddling 43, getting the rain right now. lake geneva, fontana. going up to western racine county as well. it is a wet morning commute with a front just to the south. 59 at the airport. you want an extra cup of ambition today, rainy commute. we tell you how long the showers will be around. >> thank you, sal. we have breaking news out of iowa, two police officers are dead in des moines. the manhunt is underway to find whomever is responsible. ben: new this morning, we're seeing dashcam video of the shoot-out that ended a massive manhunt. it happened in rural western
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leedey. wisn 12 news' tim elliott is following the story. tim. tim: the search for michael vance lasted a week. he was accused of shooting two police officers and killing two family members. vance died in this shoot-out with police captured on dashcam video. the oklahoma highway patrol found him on a rural road in western oklahoma. he had a high-powered rifle in the car and fired at troopers after driving through a eventually troopers shot and killed vance. none of the officers were hurt. ben, back to you. ben: right now, three people are under arrest accused of helping vance while he was on the run. authorities say a tip led them to danny roach who's accused of meeting with vance and giving him an ak-47. reginald moore and april harden allegedly gave vance medical treatment and ammunition. melinda: new this morning, chicago has reached a milestone,
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it's the first time in more than a decade that chicago has seen so many homicides. last weekend was the city's deadliest with 17 people shot and killed. police say the key to cutting down on violence is to hold gun offenders accountable. two victims of violence in chicago are 17-year-old twin brothers. edward and edwin bryant were killed in a drive-by shooting on sunday morning. police say the twins were not in a gang but the suspects likely were. now the community is coming together to remember the high schoolers and stop the violence. >> when you keep your mouth closed, that empowers the gang, empowers the killing. in order to free yourself of the guilt, you have to turn yourself in. melinda: the family is calling for justice. police say they were visiting a neighborhood where they used to live when that shooting happened. ben: new this morning, a halloween mystery. three boys in florida were caught on camera stealing about 15 pounds of candy.
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treaters. honor system, take just one or two. the thieves took all the candy and even stole the bowl. the woman was taking her daughter trick-or-treating at the time. now she says she's done with halloween and next year, she won't hand out any candy. hope she gets the halloween spirit bad. ben: new this morning, thousands of baby turtles are trying out life in the wild. authorities in peru released the turtles. they're considered a vulnerable species and are protected by the government. 17,000 baby turtles are now living in the wild in the amazon river basin. melinda: they are tiny. ben: new york city is infamous for long and busy commutes, but one man found a way to avoid
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person in manhattan who takes a kayak to work. take a look here. zach schwitzky lives across the river in hoboken. every morning he pulls out a kayak and paddles across to manhattan. he says it's one of the only times he's really alone in new york. i love this. he came up with the idea because it's totally free, other than the cost of a kayak and it doesn't hurt the environment. >> for me, it was not a hard decision, i was so frustrated with the commute. kayaking checked off a lot of boxes. it doesn't cost anything, you can come and go as you please. melinda: and i love the music too. he says it doesn't even compare with taking a car, ferry or bus. he's never tipped over. he says he's the smallest thing
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-- on the river so he tries to stay out of everyone's way. novel idea. ben: he's getting the exercise in. melinda: there he goes. sally: it is not exactly smooth. we'll do swimming today in the rain drops. many of the locations half up to an inch of rain. the heavy stuff is across walworth most lid just to the south of i-43 near the lakes area. we also have showers and thundershowers nosing up to the western parts of racine county as well. all soerntd with a stationary front to the south and low pressure ripple along the bound ri. now we are looking at periods of rain off and on, especially throughout the morning and
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there is the boundary. low pressure is travelling along, that keeps the rain chances alive for much of the day. this morning the temperatures 63 when i came in. now the readings are falling, in the rain cooled air, upper 40s to 50 inland. most of the locations settle back into the 50s and stay there for much of the day. showers approaching now. we look at a steady rain for becoming scattered. light northeast winds. this first round of rain impacting and moving out. another one is rolling through around the 8:00 hour or so. a few scattered showers through noon and this afternoon, periods of light rain through the late afternoon commute. this is done for us during the evening hours and we clear out.
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cloudiness. the temperatures settling into the upper 50s. 47 tonight. 57 clearing away the clouds for tomorrow. and take a look at the stretch of weather friday through monday low to mid 60s, sunshine. >> thank you, sal. ben: a middle-schooler in louisiana hands over a note to his teacher written by his mom. melinda: it had an unexpected message that led to criminal charges. tim, what did the note say? tim: it was a call for help from a mother who was being held hostage. the teacher contacted law enforcement after the 11-year-old passed on the note. deputies questioned the boy which helped them get an idea of who was keeping his mother locked in their home. officials say it was donald ray guy, already wanted for other crimes. deputies surrounded the house and found guy hiding in a closet. he's now facing charges, including false imprisonment. benning back to you. ben: the world series going to seven games.
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the cubs beat the indians 9-3. chicago's addison russell hit a grand slam. can you believe it. he's the second youngest player to ever do that during a world series, the youngest was mickey mantle. no big deal, right. the cubs and indians face off for a final time tonight in cleveland. >> the archdiocese of milwaukee is taking you between the pew. you are getting a look into four different churches, behind is scenes is roof top views and look at the architecture and history. >> vip day is great because it is the opportunity for the people to come inside outside from the formal worship and exploring the parishes, which
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architect yurlly significant. >> there are three parishes for the tour. >> breaking news, two police officers are shot and killed in iowa. >> the manhunt is underway this morning and then a local crime getting national attention. the identity of this wisconsin college student that is raising questions about hate attack that claimed his life. >> movement that is spreading across the country coming to milwaukee, what is happening today connected to a fight happening hundreds of miles away. plus... ?? >> that is keith urban and
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don'teds. >> researchers found a 165 about% jump in the opioid poisoning. researchers found that the poisoning led to self-harm among the teenagers and 300% jump in if increases in the accidental poisoning and heroin poisoning increased. late on phones or tvs, that screen time is keeping them wide awake longer. the strong connection is with the light from the screens. the national sleep foundation recommends 30 minutes free before hitting the sheets. >> air pollution is killing
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year. they are asking unicef to do something. it is adding to more deaths in malaria and hiv and aids combined. six thousand kids die every year from air pollution. it is 5:00, the news continues right now. >> i was kind in awe, not much happens here. >> a local counties and the tack down only on wisn 12. >> getting ready for the holidays, the tree is picked and now time to cut it down. good morning, welcome to "wisn 12 news this morning." i'm melinda davenport. >> i'm ben wagner. it is wednesday, november 2nd. we are on weatherwatch 12 and traffic watch, you are seeing here the rain is falling in some of the areas as you are headed
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first though meteorologist sally severson. >> i heard from debby in walworth and she says it is pouring there. you can see just south of 43 and lakes area, getting a big rain at this hour. we are also looking at a good amount of rain and thunder as well in parts of racine county. straddling i-94, caledonia, these are showers and thunderstorms associated with low pressure passing to the south and stationary front. periods of wet throughout the morning as the boundary remains in place. 58 right now. the temperatures settling in the upper 50s. between now and 7:00, the rain, thunder is filling in. periods of rain and the downpours until 2:00. upper 50s.

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