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the team's first world series win and more than a century. our neighbors to the south, congratulations. ben: jumping on the bandwagon this morning. melinda: there we go. good morning. i'm melinda davenport. ben: i'm ben wagner. more on the historic win in just a moment. first, let's get a check of your let's check in with meteorologist sally severson. sally: i have been flying that w for weeks now. this morning, our temperatures are in the 40's and we are keeping an eye on patchy, dense fog in place. between now and 9:00, patchy fog retreats and we will climb. into the 50's between 9:00 and 5:00, we read 62 degrees with a
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degrees with a fair amount of sunshine. we have visibilities quite low right around the lakes. 3/10 of a mile at waterton and you know. -- remember that deer are active this time of year. matt: visibility was half amount at timmerman and slightly. 41 in college. you can see traffic moving smoothly across the south side. even in the foggy areas, no reason to speed, things are moving along nicely. travel times the great. 10 minute trip eastbound 94 into downtown. melinda, back to you. it melinda: matt, thank you. a big win.
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their world series victory. the game wrapped up before midnight. celebrations have been in-swinger morning long. wait a minute. ben: i am being told this is upside down. there we go. this is what it looks like after the game, on the field, the cubs celebrating and people in chicago still on the partying this morning. the test cannot get enough -- they cannot get enough of the world series win. thousands of people gathered outside wrigley field in chicago overnight cheering as the cubbies took on the win beating the indians 8-7 in 10 innings after a rain delay. it is the team's first win in a world series in 108 years.
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[applause] ben: no need for a real shower when you get a champagne shower. second baseman named m.v.p. after the late-night game. the parties aren't over. we are learning that some of that world series official merchandise is going to be on sale in kenosha and dick's, and a big party planning chicago for the cubs. released just yet. ben: a historic night and morning for cubs' fans. there are plenty of parties in milwaukee. hillary mintz live for us downtown the overnight reaction. good morning, hillary. hillary: there is a lot of
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busy as the cubs broke that the league old curse and celebrating after the game ended late. our cameras spotted fans on the market campus with big smiles. most dressed in their team colors. one even had that w flag. police say there were no issues ni be sold. dick's sporting goods will be opening early to sell some of his merchandise. the dick's in kenosha is opening at 6:00 a.m. that is where you can pick up your gear who knows? it could be another 108 years until that keeping should gear
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ben: don't tell cubs fans that, hillary. look for updates on gma starting at 7:00 after wisn 12 news this morning. melinda: it is a big day for milwaukee brewers fans. you are invited to a town hall-style event. we will be in the world series next year. fans will be able to ask the event gets underway at 7:00 p.m., no tickets required, and parking is free. ben: 6:05 and it is a vote to impact how much you will get paid. advisors will vote on legislation's that could raise the living wage. it would only apply to certain people. it would not be a fight for change to the minimum wage.
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future of the milwaukee county zoo. the board of supervisors will be asked to give the ok of an elephant exhibit project. according to our partners, the expansion will cost $15.2 million. melinda: now the race for the white house, chelsea clinton and milwaukee campaigning for her mother hillary clinton. she is expected at anodyne coffee. and trump's son ec will be campaigning for his father. ben: sending in the surrogate test the candidates continue their battleground push. it is an all hands on deck to get out the vote. go killing is live in washington with where everyone is headed. >> good morning. today will also, we will hear
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trump. she has kept a low profile since her speech at the republican national convention, but she will make the case for her husband. donald trump trying to stick to the script as polls are tightening races. ms. clinton: as the political opponents like to say, this state is in play for the first time in years. mr. and cool and nice and calm and stay on point donald, stay on point. [laughter] no sidetracks, donald. nice and easy. >> that was donald trump joking about trying to stay disciplined. hillary clinton will be deploying her running mate tim kaine to arizona later today
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entirely in spanish to appeal to hispanic voters. this is the all spanish event by a major party nominee. live in washington, nikole killion. ben: thank you. and stay with us to bring -- and stay with us because we will bring you covered both on-air and online starting at four -- 4:00 p.m. on tuesday. the time is 6:08. what a stretch of weather data ky yesterday. sally: some patchy fog is around. we may see fog tonight and early tomorrow. over the next few days, the days are sunny and dry and the nights are clear and cool. in racine, a little bit of fog.
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looking at fair visibility. 41 degrees in sheboygan. we have lots of moisture in the lower parts of the atmosphere. dense fog advisory stretching into northern illinois as well. we will get to sunshine, those details later. matt: should not have any problems on the road. 43 in keith, no -- 43 and keith, no problems here. . we are clear everywhere as far as delays are concerned. looking good. no reason to rush. just a nine minute trip on 43 southbound. ben: an all clear given at a u.s. navy base in japan. it it was put on lockdown after
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shots were fired -- after a report that shots were fired in a building. there is no evidence of a shooter. melinda: nato is reporting that two service members have been killed in afghanistan. tim elliott has more on the story. tim: those two u.s. service members have been killed and another two hurt while fighting the taliban in northern afghanistan. they came under fire during a mission with our afghan partners trying to clear the taliban position and disrupt that group's operations. nato has n of those killed and are waiting until their families have a notified. back to you. ben: thank you. 6:10 indicate crusader on a special mission. melinda: a real-life superhero refusing to read the a history identity. hear how he is helping kids through their worst moments. ben: and it is extreme holiday
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johnson: i've always said i'll be the calmest guy on my election night. i win either way. narrator: if he loses, yout he gave himself.he n-e or johnson stays in washington, fighting against any federal minimum wage and for tax loopholes that benefit millionaires -- like himself. rigging the system at our expense. he listens and he's on our side. russ: i'm russ feingold and i approve this message because we don't need an economy that works only for ceo's - we need an economy that works for everyone. sally: there we are live on the
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away from the lake, we have patchy, dense fog in place. my facebook page from eagle to cannot a while, several mile visibility. dense fog advisories cover our inland counties until 10:00. ranging from 3/10 of a mile to 10 miles. talking sunshine later. matt: got you covered. the volume is light on the south side and light across the entire system. not seeing any delays in the construction zone. great travel times everywhere. eastbound 94, just a 10 minute trip and a five-minute ride from the interchange. ben, back to you.
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dozen people are dead after commuter trains collided afghanistan -- pakistan. >> it happened on the outskirts of the city of karachi. 17 people were killed including a child and another 50 people were hurt with at least five of those people in critical condition. pakistan is notorious for one is the tories were having one of the world's worst railways. melinda: a frisky feline is back on solid ground this morning, after being stuck on a water tower for four days. officials in colorado say they first heard about the cat on sunday, but after four days and two failed attempts to get down on its own crews were called in. , they used a drone to inspect the tower before sending up a cat carrier to bring the little guy down. the cat has been sent to a vet's office to be checked out.
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texas man isn't. he goes around dressed as a superhero year-round. he goes by holy batman, but everyone just calls him batman. this caped crusader won't reveal his true identity, only that his first name is david. and he claims to have a gotham accent. batman spends his days driving around and an actual back mobile -- bat mobile. often visiting hospitals and children who dream of meeting helping the ronald mcdonald house, one holiday decoration at a time. melinda: the annual christmas fantasy house opens this weekend. jeremy nelson is live in delafield, with a sneak peak. good morning, jeremy. jeremy: good morning. this house will get you ready for christmas goodness. tell us about this house and
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>> the 2016 christmas fantasy house will be open to the public saturday. jeremy: what will people see inside? >> this house was one of the best we have ever did in the history of the fantasy house. it is over 10,000 square feet in the town of delafield. every corner is decorated over the top for christmas. jeremy: this basket is one where people can purchase a raffle to help raise money for the ronald mcdonald charities of each in wisconsin. >> our goal is to raise as much money as possible for ronald mcdonald house, and one of the ways we do it is raffle tickets for these wonderful baskets. jeremy: and the trees, people can take on decoration? >> we have 11 trees that are all
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temperature raffle tickets in the tree you like and you win all the ornaments on the tree. jeremy: how awesome is that american a fitting the ronald mcdonald charities of eastern wisconsin at the christmas fantasy house in delafield. go to their website for more information. check it out starting this saturday. i'm meteorologist jeremy nelson. back to you. melinda: basketball court, that is what i imagine can you imagine the smell of sugar cookies in your house? [laughter] sally: patchy fog around early this morning. it is a way from lake michigan. it is in november knockout forecast and we had 60's through next wednesday. plenty in the way of sunshine. normal highs this time of year
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fog. it is covering our inland counties. dodge, waukesha, wall worth and rock county. visibility, 3/10 of a mile. 8/10 of a mile at fond du lac. williams bay reporting fog as well. jetstream high pressure builds in and temperatures across much of the u.s. will be at or above seasonal normals. there is a chill in the air. 47 degrees at shorewood. we are talking sunshine for today. once the sun gets higher in the sky, we will start to see the foggy conditions improve. tonight, all quiet.
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we will see a few passing clouds around. today and tomorrow, very low 60's, light, north winds. mid-sixties saturday and sunday and will stay there through monday. flight chance for a stray shower on election day -- slight chance for a stray shower on election day. melinda: 6:20. ben: the cma's are in the books. some of the winners from last night's shows and a guest appearance no one saw coming.
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putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. when i come home and dinner's not ready i go through the roof. grab 'em by the p****". when you're a star, they let you do it. you can do anything. more accusers coming forward to say they were sexually assaulted by donald trump. i'll go backstage before a show... yes.. and evyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room
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you see these incredible looking won. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat-chested is very harto be a 10. do you treat women with respect? uh... i can't say that either. alright, good. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. good morning, everyone in south milwaukee. i'm ms. koscielniak and this is our principal mr. whiteman and we are with our 4th graders from south milwaukee e.w. luther school. good morning, south milwaukee. {ben/vo continues} >> good morning, everyone in south milwaukee. thanks very much for this great thursday morning shout out. wisn 12 is stopping by different classrooms across southeast wiscsin, throughout the school year. if you're interested in getting a visit head to and
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then we'll try to schedule a time to have meteorologist our friend meteorologist jeremy nelson stop by, to say hello to everyone. melinda: country music's biggest night is in the record books. ben: and what a night it was. the c's 50th anniversary featured old-school legends and the new young names. but it was a pop music superstar who stole the show. >> ? my daddy warned me about a man like you. he said, baby girl he's playing you. ? ? melinda: beyonce took the stage with the dixie chicks. she walked out with no introduction and performed her hit daddy's lessons. a song the dixie chicks have been covering on tour. randy travis, his first since suffering a massive stroke and dolly parton received a lifetime achievement award. and finally garth brooks walked , away with entertainer of the year.
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concert? melinda: yes, he is amazing. ben: i am not a huge country music fan, but he is someone i really want to say. melinda: he is that good. leaving the corporate world to pursue a dream. one milwaukee woman has been wrestling with the idea for years. ben: 12 news tim elliott was able to talk with her and now steve harvey is trying to help her decide, tim. that's right. kimberly hall is a very talented baker she specializes in three-dimensional cakes. tim: issues, a guitar for ben, why not? and a camera for our photography staff. you go. a few years ago, hall opened her own bakery as a side job but her reluctance to quit her full-time job in the corporate world caused her baking business to go under. >> i have this talent of making these 3-d cakes and know people love them and i know they
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quality product, but it is that safety net of me working at my full-time job. tim: quite the dilemma. so hall reached out to steve harvey. will sve harvey invest in her dreams? a $10,000 check is at stake. we will find out this afternoon on the "steve harvey show" at 3:00. ben: his reaction to the cake was prices. it is 6:26. any setback for the most popular attraction. and a new way to get rid of your old halloween pumpkins.
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of r wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh.
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"i don't remember!? what greases the gears in washington? money. and ron johnson fits right in. six years ago, johnson took a shady $10 million corporate payout, went to washington, then voted to protect $21 billion in tax breaks e world's biggest oil companies. $21 billion. a wisconsin senator, protecting tax breaks for oil companies. that's ron johnson. that's washington. and he fits right in. end citizens united is responsible
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>> now, on wisn 12 news -- >> tears and applause. melinda: history made overnight. the chicago cubs are world series champions more than a
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watch. some fog rolling in. we will talk to meteorologist sally severson. good morning. good to have you with us this morning. i'm ben wagner. melinda: and i melinda davenport. -- i'm melinda davenport. let's begin with your weather. sally: i will start with our camera looking at lambeau for temperatures are 48 degrees and visit he is good. later game and the weather looks great this weekend. little bit of patchy fog, but gradually becoming sunny today and we will reach into the low 60's. dense fog advisory covers fondle lock, dodge, do no -- fondle lock, -- and june oh.
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matt: a half a mile visibility. looking pretty good rolling through racine county. we are trouble-free. starting to see the first signs of delay along 94 eastbound from sunnyslope road road into milwaukee county. right now, 11 minutes. melinda: the curse is broken. the chicago cubs are the 2016 world series championships. ben: it took 10 innings to do it, but the cubs beat the indian cleveland -- the cleveland indians late last night. tim elliott is following the reaction shared tim: as been more than a century since the cubs took home the world series
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reason to celebrate today. . [tears and applause] check out that locker room celebration. want to remember. cubs fan seven waiting a long time for the moment and many more not born the last time the team made it to the world series back in 1945. thousands of people made it out last night to watch their team win. this is outside of wrigley field. many w. let's take a look at some of the highlights. dexter got things started off with a home run. veteran catcher ross caps off the last game of his career. the indians caught up in the eighth inning, but the cubs scored twice in the 10th following a rain delay.
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seven, 8-7. so the billy goat curse broken. the cubs series championship shirts are flying off the shelves at many stores in the southeastern wisconsin area and in chicago. ben, back to you. ben: abc news has a team of reporters in chicago and cleveland this morning. look further updates on "good morning america and vote at 7:00. melinda: learn more about the firing of a police officer charged in sexual assault. hillary mintz is live at city hall to look ahead. hillary: this evening, the fisa -- the fire and police commission will be at city hall where we could learn more about what went into this decision to fire the officer. earlier this week, the department terminated officer dominique heaggan-brown following an internal investigation. heaggan-brown is the officer who
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sparking days of unrest. however, he wasn't fired for the shooting, but something he is accused of doing afterwards. prosecutors charged heaggan-brown with sexually assaulting a man, and investigators say he may have had as many as four victims since 2015. the district attorney is still deciding whether to file charges in the shooting case. again, that meeting tonight will be at city hall at 5:30 and we can learn more about this officer's firing. milwaukee, hillary mintz wisn 12 , news this morning. melinda: hillary, thanks so much. a brown deer police officer accused of shooting an unarmed man in the back is due in court later today. officer devon kramer is charged with aggravated battery. last week she made her first , court appearance, claiming she feared for her safety when she shot 26-year-old manuel burnley back in march. he survived, but lost part of his lung. officer kraemer has been on paid administrative leave since the shooting.
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17-year-old girl is struck and killed by a school bus. marisol cevallos was hit while crossing the street near 9th and oklahoma yesterday morning. friends and family gathered to remember the high school senior at a vigil last night. police say the driver of the school bus is a 62-year-old woman from south milwaukee. she did stay at the scene yesterday, and police say she is cooperating with the investigation. melinda: the memo 2016, the election just 5 days away. and wisconsin continues to be a target for both presidential campaigns. will campaign for her mother in milwaukee. the former first daughter will hold an event starting at 9:00 at anodyne coffee roasting in walker's point. yesterday she rallied voters in , eau claire and uw-osh kosh. the campaigning doesn't stop there. eric trump will also be in wisconsin today. donald trump son will be in eau claire this afternoon. tomorrow, vice president joe biden will hold a rally for hillary clinton in madison.
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latest law school poll, hillary clinton clinton has a six-point lead over donald trump. 46% to 40% among likely voters, 1% higher than the last poll in early october. this will be the final law school poll before the election on only wisn 12 news is teaming tuesday. up with abc news to bring you big story coverage on election night. live coverage from throughout wisconsin and around the country, all night, on air and online, starting at 4:00 p.m. here is not salami. -- here is matt salmi. matt: lion looking pretty good 43 north and southbound. there is one delay, 94 eastbound coming down the hill from sunny slope road into milwaukee county. it is a 12 minute ride eastbound from moreland road into downtown. that is a look at the morning commute.
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shortage. melinda: gas prices in the southeast have skyrocketed after a pipeline explosion in alabama. the colonial pipeline ruptured on monday when a construction crew hit it with a piece of heavy equipment. one person was killed. the pipeline runs from refineries in houston, to terminals in new jersey. newly-released dash cam video shows florida troopers pulling over a man driving on the wrong side of the highway. ben: a toll employee called for help immediately after he saw the driver. police say the 76-year-old man wasn't hurt, but he did seem confused. his wife had reported him missing earlier. the elderly driver will have to be medically re-evaluated to see if he can keep his license. melinda: 6:37. the case of the vanishing halloween candy. ben: policy for the face week and got away with a break in. melinda: and it is holiday shopping season. we have a sneak peek into
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desk. wisn 12 news this morning continues. melinda: in 20 minutes -- it is 20 minutes before 7:00 on this thursday morning as we take a live look from the weather watch 12 camera network looking to a peaceful and tranquil lake michigan. temperatures around the area in the 40's and some patchy fog. reminder, saturday, daylight savings time coming to an end, before going to bed. visibility quite variable. 46 degrees at this hour at mitchell international. on a way to a high of 60. grab your shape of the sunshine. matt: the fog was worse at timmerman this morning. if you are getting ready to roll
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pretty typical at this time of the morning. delays from moreland road into milwaukee county. looking at a 13 minute ride on 94 eastbound from moreland into downtown. melinda: if you went to bed early, you may have missed making history before midnight, the chicago cubs are this year's world series championship. after the win against the cleveland humans -- cleveland indians. the final score, 8-7. the field erected. -- the field reupted. ben: two officers are being remembered this morning.
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remembered this morning. 24-year-old urbandale officer justin martin, and des moines officer tony bemino were both shot separately while sitting in their squad cars yesterday morning. now, the search for the suspected killer is over. tim elliott's in the newsroom with the latest on the gunman's arrest. tim: this morning scott michael greene is in custody. the 46-year-old turned himself in yesterday morning after an hours-long manhunt. greene is accused of shooting and killing both officers in separate ambush-style attacks. it is not his first run in with the law. just hours before yesterday's shooting rampage, he was in court for abusing his mother. school football game after complaints he was flying a confederate flag in the stands. greene has not be charged yet. but this morning, there is now a growing memorial outside both police stations for the fallen officers. melinda, back to you. melinda: tim, thank you. the trial is set to begin today for the former police officer accused of murdering an unarmed man in south carolina. michael slager is accused of shooting walter scott as he was running away.
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person. ben: we are learning more about a deadly school bus crash in baltimore earlier this week. records show the 67-year-old driver had a history of traffic violations. officials say on tuesday the school bus, which had no students on board, rear-ended a car, veered into oncoming traffic and slammed into a , commuter bus. both bus drivers died, along with 4 passengers. 10 other people were hurt. three are still in the hospital this morning. melinda: mississippi church. a fire badly damaged this historic african-american sanctuary late tuesday night. now, police are questioning a person of interest. investigators believe the suspect who set the fire also spray-painted the words "vote trump" on the side of the baptist church. church leaders say the building is 80% destroyed. ben a thief with a sweet tooth : and conscience. police at kansas state say someone broke into a student's
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the freshman says he noticed the candy was missing from his car, but everything was still there. the candy thief left behind an apology note saying he was hungry. kit kat says they'll replace the stolen treat. you can't take someone's kit-kat from their car. come on. with halloween over, there are now a lot of rotting pumpkins being thrown out. melinda: but university of oregon students decided to freeze them and throw them off the roof. check this out. they dipped the pumpkins in liquid nitrogen, cooling them to -- book is that. so it is -321 degrees. and then they drop them off a four-story campus rooftop to watch them shatter. that is pretty cool. ben: but when it gets cold in wisconsin, you can do that
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i am just mesmerized by this. ben: so much more interesting with pumpkins, too. ben: it is a tradition for many seeing oprah's favorite things. maybe reacting like the fans do. she shares her list in a magazine. that includes jewelry, travel cases, truffles, pound cakes, too. we are always thinking about food here. some of the items start at $14 apiece. you can catch her items on gma that starts in 15 minutes. one thing we do in wisconsin better than anyone else. melinda: clipping coupons. take a look. >> i have my coupons from the
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melinda: can be like to brag about it, don't we? ben: we should. melinda: we were just talking about this on facebook live. couponing is a big one, but what don't you know about store coupons? a retail expert shares timely info, especially as the holidays are approaching, on how you can crack the code on getting the best deals and what you need to know about my special report. ben: melinda and i sit across from each other and i watched her put this story together. can you give us one thing? melinda: no. you have to watch. here is the deal -- you are going to be like what? really? how do i do that? and how does it work? you have to watch tonight, it is called "cracking the code" at
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new bike sharing locations. the mayor and department of public works marked the successful installation of 57 stations across the city. that is still the number of station since last fall. ben: it is 6:48 and the show must go on at botanical gardens. last night, the rain washed out the china light lantern festival. the display closed because the later, the display will reopen later today. and there are three days left of the festival. i served it is incredible. melinda: look at the photo and video. and you know, if it looks that good on video, you know -- >> they said it was just incredible. sally: a little bit of patchy fog showing up. many of our locations have had
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in an area where it has a tendency to be foggy, that is where you will see it. this is a camera at the station. 46 over 43. just a few clouds and we will be looking at temperatures 30's and 40's getting into the low 60's for today. there is a dense fog advisory until 10:00. it may be discontinued earlier. we are looking at dodge, jefferson county. some of these visibilities are quite low. just a half mile right now in kenosha. watertown, quite foggy. geneva in the lakes area. temperatures, 39 at waukesha. 10 degrees warmer in port. we will deal with a few clouds from time to time.
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atmosphere up a little bit and fog will improve. light north winds. i don't expect anything in the way of rainfall. lows in the 40's. tomorrow, temperatures in the low 60's. we are looking at a really nice november weekend setting up. i am calling for sunshine saturday, sunday, and monday with highs in the mid 60's. matt: to head out the door, one delay on the freeway system at 2nd street and 794. the only spot with any slowdowns is in the construction zone nehring down to one lane. -- narrowing down to one lane. 13 minute ride from portland into downtown. that is a look at the morning commute.
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people are dead after a crash in dane county that happened around 10:00 p.m. on i-94 near deerfield. officials said a highlight -- a honda pilot hit a car. a man from the bay was hurt. ben: state regulators in oklahoma saying they are considering new constructions -- restrictions on oil and gas activity after a 4.5 earthquake struck thursday night hitting poni, the same area struck by a record-setting quake two months ago. scientists have linked oklahoma's increase in earthquakes to oil fracking. some wells have been shut down. in north dakota, more arrests and more clashes with police over a controversy -- controversial highflying. tim: it is the latest scene of the standoff that has been happening over the past few months. it is over the dakota access
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with pepper spray as they tried to cross the water. these activists are trying to stop the construction of a 1200 mile pipeline. they said it would disturb some native american cultural sites. water supplies. the pipeline company says it will be safer and cheaper than using trucks or trains. now president obama says the army corps of engineers is looking into the possibility of changing the pipeline's path. but that decision could take weeks. in the meantime, protesters say they just aren't going anywhere. by t. melinda: 6:52 in gma has your top headlines coming up. ben: first, let's take a live look on this gorgeous thursday morning.
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this is an individual who mocked a disabled reporter... i don't know what i said, ahh... who attributed a reporter's questions to her menstrual cycle. trump: blood coming out of her...wherever. he is not a person who is equipped in temperament, judgment or character to lead our troops. donald trump has created a toxic atmosphere pitting one group against another. he's a mexican. claiming a person can't do the job because of their race is sort of like the textbook definition of a racist comment. priorities usa action is responsible
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if you're up here, senator johnson's been your guy in washington. voting for special tax breaks for wall street and multi-millionaires, like himself. even taking a shady ten million dollar corporate pay out. but around here, johnson's stacked the deck against the middle class. opposing pay rises for you. he'd even abolish the minimum wage. ron johnson's just not for you.
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ben: we are back in two this morning in our big story is chicago cubs are world series champions. they one last night 8-7 beating the cleveland indians in an epic game seven. the tribe blew a three games to
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in 1948. a lot of fans still partying in the windy city. a party celebration is planned, but no official details yet. matt: typical delays out there. looking good at the interchange. 94 eastbound, delays for more land into downtown. northbound from the mitchell plainfield curve, travel time 14 minutes. 10 minute trip from the airport into downtown. the fog had as grounded, but has clearing. sally: allow a couple of extra minutes a few drive in low-lying areas prone to fog. otherwise, becoming sunny, highs in the 60's. look at that weekend, mid-60's.
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saturday. 65 on monday. slight chance of a shower on election day. it is a great looking november forecast. yesterday was dismal and gray, but that was monday. ben: party is still going on in wrigleyville. i can hear it. get out and be happy with the cubs. the a fan of the game. just wait until next year. news anywhere you go, facebook,
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? when you have been fighting for it all your life ? good morning, america. the curse has been reversed. >> the cubs win the world series! >> the chicago cubs are world champions. beating cleveland in an epic game seven. after extra innings, not even a rain delay could stop history. back-to-back hits giving the cubs the lead for good. >> that's one of my best games anybody will ever see. >> chicago erupting overnight. thousands celebrating in the streets. the team and their superstar fans soaking up the big win. >> i'm going to remember this for a long time. >> ending the 108-year drought >> good morning, america.


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