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[captioning made possible by wisn-tv] [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its captiocontent and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] announcer: now on wisn 12 news. joyce: take a look, a man takes a look at a package left on a front porch. the concerns about your holiday deliveries, and one possible safe solution. kathy: the world wed series. tonight, fans ask the brewers what they're doing to make the same thing happen here. >> what did i save today? >> $78. joyce: of course you can clip coupons. only on wisn 12, we go to the retail experts to help you crack the code to save even more. joyce: it's getting close to that time of year when many of us will have packages delivered
investigating a possible ring of package thieves targeting homes on the east side. as christina palladino reports, one homeowner is frustrated with the recent spike in crime. >> home surveillance video shows a man with a hoodie hiding his face, pick up a package on the front porch, shake it a few times and then put it back , before taking off. homeowner michael mccoy says he's frustrated with how often this keeps happening. >> i think we should have the right to send packages and occasionally leave our cars unlocked. >> mccoy was getting the package picked up by usps today. a neighbor also had a package stolen the other day. >> with the holidays coming up, more neighbors here ar cone packages stolen. that's why many have their home surveillance systems rolling. but mccoy says crime in his east side neighborhood near uwm has been worst lately. his car was recently ransacked and several homes have been broken into. mccoy is not happy with the response from city leaders. >> we have a neighborhood watch, i know all my neighbors here by name, you can look around, we have yard signs, but what else are we supposed to do? >> while he's not happy with city leaders, mccoy says police here have been great responding to his calls and they are following up on leads.
kovac tonight. he tells me he's concerned about the uptick in crime and has been , meeting with residents in the area. kathy: there are ways to avoid people coming up on your porch, looking for packages. patrick, one of them is a locker. patrick: amazon has lockers set up in and around major cities, like new york, l.a. and chicago. a company spokesman tells me tonight that amazon lockers started in the milwaukee-area this past summer. here's how it works. when a customer orders online, they can choose a locker location as their shipping address. then, they're sent a text message or email with a code when the package arrives. that code gets them into the locker to retrieve the package. packages have to meet certain requirements like size and weight. the customer has business days three to pick up their order. the self-service lockers are in places like shopping centers, retail stores and transit centers. they can also be used to return
joyce: a man is killed after a workplace accident in cudahy. police say the 49-year-old oak creek man was an employee at ati ladish. his name has not been released. another man was injured in the same incident. he is expected to survive. there's no word yet exactly what happened. kathy: to commitment 2016 election coverage. speaker paul ryan is facing more rumblings of a leadership challenge from republicans. four anonymous house republicans have told the online publication the hill that they expect ryan to step down as speaker after tuesday's el would be hard for him to get the votes needed for reelection to the leadership role. in an interview earlier today, republican vice presidential nominee mike pence declined to say whether ryan should be reelected as speaker. we reached out to ryan's office for comment. they sent us this statement simply saying, "he is running." donald trump is returning to wisconsin one more time before tuesday's presidential election. trump is holding a campaign rally sunday in west allis. trump was just in eau claire on
for hillary clinton. both trump and clinton had their children campaigning in wisconsin today. eric trump was in eau claire while chelsea clinton visited while chelsea clinton visited, ancoffodyne in milwaukee. joyce: with two more days left to vote early, milwaukee is seeing a record turnout. as of yesterday, more an 38,000 votes had been cast in the city surpassing the early , voting record sn the final day to vote early is saturday, otherwise you'll have to wait until tuesday morning when the polls open at 7:00. remember a photo i.d. is required to cast a ballot. tonight, a warning of a scam telling voters they can text their vote for the candidates. official-looking flyers have circulated on twitter giving people a five digit number they can text. don't fall for it. you cannot text to vote anywhere. it is not allowed. we are teaming up with abc news to bring you big story coverage on election night. watch live coverage all night,
4:00 p.m. on tuesday. >> this is going to be a tough play. the cubs win the world series. kathy: the chicago cubs are world series winners for the first time in 108 years. it was a thrilling game-seven win over the indians. chicago is honoring the team with a parade and rally tomorrow. the cubs went from 100-game years. can the milwaukee brewers do the same? ben hutchison and fans went to miller park for answers. >> one thing is very clear, craig counsell says that is not good enough. >> i think we took a first step that was solid. we talked about a foundation and building a foundation take some time. >> hundreds of fans, a unique opportunity inside miller park, asking questions and sharing
>> if those prospects get here and contribute to a playoff caliber team, we will be pleased with the output of that trade. >> general manager david stearns and craig counsell answering everything field level. season ticket holders like mary ellen donegan want one thing. >> winning season. >> hopefully they can keep everybody intact for a while and we can do it. >> these are fans doing their homework and really into the brewers, so it is fun to engage with them for sure. >> we have a lot of good players on the team. >> a lot of optimism to get through the off-season and winter. opening day is at home on april 3 for the brewers. kathy: the brewers also showed off renderings of the new concession stands being built for next season. the event was free to fans.
we have more information on a developing story. we now know the names of the young women killed in a wrong way crash. kathy: friends say they were among the best and brightest. just ahead, new information about those killed by a suspected drunk driver. >> i have my coupons for boston store. joyce: clipping coupons is good, but wisn 12
talks to a retail expert about how you can crack the code for gettinghe best deals. mark: plus, we were back in the 60's again today and i see no , reason to stop that tomorrow. how long the september-like weather sticks around. unique honors for music legend
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kathy: a vigil tonight for a u.w. stout student who died after being beaten. people gathered on campus to remember hussain alnahdi. he was a junior from saudi arabia. alnahdi was found unconscious in downtown menomonie early sunday morning and died monday. $20,000 is being offered for information about the deadly attack. we're learning more about the wrong-way crash near deerfield. -- near madison. joyce: most of them were on a recruiting trip for work, and two of them are from milwaukee. adrienne pedersen tonight spoke with the devastated mother of one of the victims. >> all i know is this family lost a beautiful person. >> we talked with melodee pasqualini over the phone. she remembers her 26-year-old daughter katey as a bright light. according to the wisconsin state patrol, a 32-year-old man was driving the wrong way on
he slammed head-on into two cars. in one car, a 23-year-old man from illinois. he didn't make it. in the other, four co-workers with milwaukee company ritz holman cpa's. 26-year-old katey pasqualini and kim radtke, both milwaukee residents, and 26-year-old clenton hall from waterloo. 28-year-old brian falk of whitefish bay is the only one who survived in that car. he's in the hospital. according to a company statement, they were on their way back from a recruiting event in lacrosse. pasqualini's mom is trying to make sense of the tragedy. >> katey was a special kind of girl. she was beautiful all the way around. >> as for the hit and run driver, authorities believe he was drunk. he's now in the hospital fighting for his life. from the newsroom, i'm adrienne pedersen, wisn 12 news. joyce: thank you. an increase in the minimum wage is one step closer to reality
it sets the minimum wage at $12.35 an hour january 1, with increases each year to $15 an hour in the year 2021. a warning for bus riders, expect big delays this sunday. the milwaukee county transit system says a marathon scheduled for the city of milwaukee sunday morning might cause delays countywide into the afternoon. about 20 routes will be directly affected. passengers are encouraged to be patient and plan ahead. kathy: ok, ready or not the here. and tonight, we're getting a peek at some black friday deals. patrick, one ad has been leaked online. patrick: we are still a week away from companies releasing their big black friday ads, but a kohl's add leaked early. websites like bf-ads and black-friday. com have published scans of the
we have not been able to confirm the ad, but one centerpiece is a collection of kitchen appliances, like crockpots and coffee makers for under also, $10. the deals will also be available online while supplies last. kohl's is also bucking the anti-thanksgiving day opening trend. the company announced today it will open on the holiday, starting at 6:00 p.m. kathy: we are all looking for good deals, especially this time of year. joyce: aside from clipping that can help you save even more that the retailers might not want you to know. wisn 12 news melinda davenport shows us. >> they are everywhere. with two kids gretchen weiss says, coupon clipping is a necessity. >> i have more coupons. how much did i get? $10 kohl's cash, i used $10: cash. >> according to a recent study, milwaukee shoppers have the highest coupon usage rating in the country. >> i have my coupon for the
might have done it, or seen others who have. walking through the mall or a store, trying to get the best deal with one of these. but how do you know if you're getting the biggest bang for your buck? felicia miller is a marketing professor at marquette university but she's also an , expert at using store coupons. she's says you'll have to do your homework to save the most. ok you've heard that before. , but here's something the stores may not want you to know, traditional coupons might not be the best way to do it. >> the days when coupons are not the lowest cost of days. if they gave kohl'sh macy's bucks on a day where prices were already low, then they really don't need that incentive to get people in the store. >> so how do you save? there are three things you need to know. let's start with number three -- start with number pay three. attention to those doorbusters and buy only those, since they are meant to entice you with low prices. >> then once you get there, you might not find that same level of savings as you look at other merchandise.
you see something you like, you're probably going to pay regular price for it just for the convenience of getting it. >> tip number two, read the coupon's fine print. >> it is like the day before the coupons come out, they put everything that people want on the extra value which you can't , use coupons for. >> that's frustrating. >> very frustrating. >> every coupon will have a list that's just how they protect themselves on losing major money on really expensive items. and the number one tip? think like a millennial. save money by using your smart phone instead of scissors. they're called consolidators, apps on your phone like retail-me-not that send coupons directly to you while you're in the store. >> those consolidators are really becoming more popular ways for consumer to find those extra percentages off. >> let's talk about how they work. for instance, we are in target.
coupons and items for sale as you shop. for instance, if i type in sweaters, you will see they are 30% off. and they are offering unadvertised deals, things you will not find in the circulars. >> it does save money. i used this week. >> she says >> she's never clipped a coupon a day in her life. >>i look it up before i go to the checkout, but don't do any planning beford. mindset and you will have to download mobile apps for stores. they are among a growing number of stores with technology to detect when you arrive at the store, and then they will send you deals you can cash in on why you are shopping.
that study citing milwaukee as the number one city for retail coupons also says about 45% of households in 10 milwaukee area counties also clip or download coupons for groceries each week well above , the national average of 32%. wisconsin is the place to be for the freshest of cheese curds. kathy: some scientists set out to find a way to preserve the delight of that squeaky sound that comes with biting into a brand new batch. the wisconsin center for dairy research concludes something many cheese curd aficionados consider unthinkable. fridge or freezer can prolong the shelf life from a few days to three and a half months, squeak and all. joyce: you should have heard the debate in the newsroom. kathy: so far, it's no cold november. joyce: mark, the warm air just keeps coming. mark: it will keep coming day after day. it looks like temperatures will continue way above average, more
cool, 43 west bend, 45 waukesha, 40 sheboygan. it will be delightful. 65 with a high today. i love the record lows this time of year. this shows you what we can have, the potential to be cold. we don't have any potential cold in this forecast. nice november, 77, 60 4, 65, the first three days of the month. 13 days. that is in jeopardy. we may get close to that. record streak in 1975, 8 days in a row. we could make a run at that as well. that may fall with this crazy november weather. highs of 50 degrees warmer, 173 days now.
1998. with all this warm air, we have flowers, lilacs blooming, other flowers you normally wouldn't see, beautiful shot here. also capturing the cumulus clouds we have this morning. this evening, take a look at this. what is going on here? it looks like sharks and the sky. you don't see them often. there are a lot of turbulence at the clout lever with two different wind speeds going in different directions, and you can get some pretty interesting looking clouds. 60's galore. plenty of sunshine, no cold inside day after day after day after day. it just stays warm and really nice. huge high pressure controlling
trend will continue over the next seven days. it stays on and on and on, including this weekend. 65, pretty good, lots of sunshine. pick your destination, temperatures in the 60's, even close to 70egrees in a few spots. friday, saturday, sunday looking good. tonight, the only thing to worry about is patchy fog. 42 inland, f , 30's tonight, so cool. we warm up to 62 tomorrow. i say that is pretty amazing. southwestern wind at 5-10. the week ahead is day after day after day of lovely. this is amazing for november. enjoy. 60's continue, election day a slight chance for showers. saturday night, you turn your clock back one hour and get an extra hour of sleep here it i
enjoy it while we have it. joyce: you are kind of giddy about this. there you go. it's one of the key tools realtors use when they're trying to sell your home. kathy: but it could be putting you and your family in danger. 12 news colleen henry investigates. >> why the lockbox that hangs on your doorknob could be rolling out the welcome mat for would be bad guys. >> it's a dirty little secret we don't advertise. secure lockboxes. the technology goes back to the 1800s. >> the technology that could keep you safe, and why so many are fighting against it. kathy: it's important information you need to keep you safe. colleen henry investigates lockbox danger tonight on wisn 12 news at 10:00. something you don't want to see or feel in your own home. joyce: coming up, a skyscraper filled with apartments and condos is sinking. why the residents may not be able to do anything about it. kathy: then, learning outside. the advantages to carroll
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stephen: the packers offense should have many of their playmakers back on sunday against the colts. tonight, giannis antetokounmpo, check out these first half dunks. seconds later and transition, you might want to watch out. 27 points for him. up offensively. a career-high 43-pointers. he can still dunk with the best of them. all alone for the flush and transition. 27 points for parker. the feel-good moment in the fourth quarter. maker knocking down his first career three. maker shows off his shooting touch for his first six points. they are loving it right there.
125-107. >> i think we had the momentum going at the half. we did back in the beginning of the third quarter, so we knew how important it was to have energy. stephen: the packers offense should have many of their playmakers back on sunday against the colts. both ty montgomery and randall cobb were limited in practice today. more good news, james starks and jared cook were both back practicing for the first time in weeks. neither were available to comment in the locker room, right guard t.j. lang was not supposed to practice today, but he surprised his coach and did some limited work today. he has been battling a nagging injury that forced him in and out of the falcons game sunday, lang maintains the injury won't get better or worse by playing. and he just has to play through the pain, which his teammates have noticed. >> you have to get up and go do your job. i have the same mindset. i have always been a cai, i want
guy. that is what i take a lot of pride in, that i can stay out there with the guys and contribute. stephen: coming up in our next half hour, paul chryst and the badger football team reacts to the big 10's announcement to plus, how close are the brewers to operate of their own? joyce: election day is just days thanks. away. kathy: and if you haven't voted already there a few things about , the ballot you need to know about. we break down what's different this time around.
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elect our next are calling in the big guns. joyce: melania trump delivering her first solo speech of the general election campaign. and president obama campaigning , for hillary clinton across the state of florida. abc's maggie rulli has the latest from washington. >> as election season wind downs, the campaigns are gearing up. >> let's get out and vote for the kind of future we want, the kind of country we want. >> five days away from the