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individual went into johnson bank with some kind of vest that they're assuming is a bomb. the robber was left alone inside the bank. reporter the bomb squad sent in : a robot and used it to communicate with their suspect. two hours later, officers ordered him to remove his clothes and he emerged hands up. then investigators went to work on his so-called bomb. >> there was a device that appeared to be explosives. as far as having wires and was actually a legitimate device i don't know that at this point. reporter: the bomb squad detonated it three times just to be sure. around police reopened the shopping center. marco martinez works at the associated bank across the parking lot. >> anytime you're dealing with money there's a lot of unknowns
johnson bank remained closed for the rest of the day. no one was membered -- injured in this operation. in kenosha. wisn 12 news. patrick: new tonight. we now know the name of the man accused of killing four people in a wrong-way, drunk driving crash on i-94. investigators say 32-yeaold brysen daniel wills of waunakee was driving eratically near deerfield, just after $10 wendnesday night. state troopers say they tried to pull him over, but wills made a u-turn and started driving the wrong way on he slammed into two cars. in one vehicle, four coworkers from the milwaukee company ritz holman cpa's, were on their way home from a recruiting event in lacrosse. katey pasqualini and kim radtke of milwaukee died, along with clenton hall from waterloo. their driver, brian falk of whitefish bay, is in the hospital with life-threatening injuries. a 23-year-old man from northbrook, illinois was in the third car and also died. as for wills, his injuries are
we have learned he has two previous drunk driving convictions in missouri. toya: as the election closes in, the presidential campaigns are swarming wisconsin. vice-president joe biden visited on behalf of hillary clinton today. he rallied supporters in madison, and wisn-12 news political reporter kent wainscott was there. >> he is thoroughly unprepared and unqualified to be commander in chief of the us. >> vice president joe biden didn't have to make the caseor but that didn't stop them from going after donald trump. >> he is thoroughly unprepared and unqualified to be commander in chief of the us. it is not even close. reporter the crowd responded : loudly as biden lashed out at trump untiat one point the v.p. urged them to simply pay closer attention to things trump has said. >> please, please, i'm really not looking for you to boo or cheer. i just want you to focus, man. reporter he also targeted : wisconsin senator ron johnson, linking him to trump. >> they seem to be carbon copies of each other, not in character
reporter: johnson's opponent russ feingold appeared alongside biden, and both the clinton and feingold campaigns are banking on biden to help turnout the vote, a message he pushed right from the start. >> i will not be offended if you leave and go vote right now but you've got to vote. reporter: hillary clinton continues to rely on big-name circuits like biden to make her case here in wisconsin a at this point thislls, it strategy may be working. in madison, wisn 12 news. toya: speaking of donald trump, he will be here on sunday. he hold a rally at state fair park in west allis. it starts at 3:00 p.m, the republican presidential nominee was in eau claire on tuesday. trumps running mate mike pence is expected to be in mukwonago tomorrow. he plans to join house speaker paul ryan and senator ron johnson for an outdoor rally at field park. the event is part of senator johnson's bus tour across the
the latest marquette poll shows challenger russ feingold with a one point lead over senator johnson. wisn 12 is teaming up with abc news to bring you big story coverage on election night. watch live coverage all night, on air and online, starting at 4:00 p.m. on tuesday. patrick: a milwaukee woman on the run for 15 months after shooting and killing her friend, will spend the next 30 years in prison. a judge sentenced tequila cole today. in 2014, she shot and killed alonna thomas. after a number of threats over social media, the two planned to meet for a fight. cole fired seven shots at the fight killing thomas. , cole then disappeared for 15 months before turning herself in. the victim's mother asked the judge for the maximum sentence. >> tequila, you hurt me to the core when you did this. you hurt my entire family to the
happened and i really didn't mean it i really didn't mean to hurt her. i'm so sorry 17. patrick: alonna thomas was 23-years-old. toya: new tonight. milwaukee police welcome some special visitors. law enforcement, judges and prosecutors from montenegro are here to train with mpd. the country is in southeastern europe, next to serbia. throughout the week, ty studd and examined the milwaukepo. toya: some of their lessons include democratic policing principles, police admistration and practices of the courtsju partnership with the state department and the department of justice. chief ed flynn says this isn't the first time montenegro officials have visited milwaukee to review the policing process. >> they are looking very hard at our evidence collection and how we organize the criminal investigations. they look at how we are trying to organize the patrol function and connected to many different
within the boundaries. toya: this isn't the first special guest for mpd. police from egypt, panama and iraq have visited milwaukee. patrick: it's one of the key tools realtors use when they're trying to sell your home. but it could be putting you and your family in danger. wisn 12 news colleen henry investigates, tonight at 10:00: >> why the little lockbox that hangs on your doorknob to do rolling out the welcome mat for with the bad guys. >> i'm going to call it little secret we don't advertise. the reality is at that these are not secure lockboxes. this technology goes back to the 1800s. >> the simple solution that could keep you safe, and why so many are fighting against it. patrick: it's important information you need to keep you safe. colleen henry investigates, lockbox danger, tonight on wisn 12 news at 10:00. toya: a consumer alert another recall for samsung. already hundreds of reported cases of samsung top-loading washing machines blowing apart when operating at high speed. 2.8 million of those machines
that's 34 different models sold since march 2011. one woman claims the lid flew off and slammed into her back. no deaths reported, just 9 injuries. patrick: a welcome home for the world series champions. people packed the streets of chicago today to celebrate the cubs victory. this is video of thousands of people running into grant park, right after the gates opened this morning. yet they wanted the best spot , for the championship rally, held this afternoon. this afternoon. before the ceremony players, their families, the coaches and team execs paraded through downtown. the estimate is at 5 million people were watching the parade and the rally. game show dates. toya: thick fog this morning cleared the way for another beautiful fall day
possible to have a better november weekend. >> it is in my blood. patrick: his goal a perfect game and a perfect heart. a bowler who is not waiting around. toya: the oxidase appearance on the cma's is under medre a local animal shelter featured. monday on wisn 12 news this morning, the social media mission you can embark on to help cats and dogs here in southeast wisconsin. and sally will let you know whether the kids will need a jacket as they
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when i was one year old, i was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer on my spinal chord. but i spent my whole life fighting back. so you can imagine what i thought when i saw donald trump say... "i
don't know what i said, ah, i don't remember!" "that reporter he is talking about suffers from a chronic condition that impairs movement of his arms." i don't want a president who makes fun of me. i want a president who inspires me, and that's not donald trump.
and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room while contestants, some as young as 15 were changing. standing there with no clothes. you see these incredible looking women. 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 hard to be a
10. do you treat women with respect? uh... i can't say that either. alright, good. announcer: leading the way with important local coverage, you're watching wisn 12 news at 5:00, with toya washington, patrick paolantonio and weather watch 12 chief meteorologist mark baden, wisn 12 news at 5:00 continues. patrick: he's a bowling champ in the middle of a fight for his life.
him from the lanes. toya: wisn 12 news thema ponton has his inspirational story tonight. reporter: tyrone morris has to bring more than his bowling skills to milwaukee's court lanes. >> i can actually put the ball in the back of the best. reporter the vest holds the : pieces of his left ventricular assist device, or l-vad, which supplies vital blood flow to his heart. the 39-year-old husband and father has congestive heart >> i was coming up the stairs and i got tired and weak. i couldn't breathe. reporter those symptoms led : morris to aurora medical center's heart failure clinic and doctor vinay thohan. >> his heart function seven years ago was 20%. normal heart function is above 55 or 65%. reporter: morris is now on the waiting list for a heart transplant. while he waits, his portable
>> he can be out and about 46, 10, 11 hours without having to recharge or do other things. i think it is revolutionary health care for patients with heart failure. reporter doctor thohan first : told morris the device would be on his right side. but morris says that would've meant he couldn't bowl, and the former college basketball player and current award winning bowler-says he had to stay active. >> i been doing it all my life. i involved in sports now, so it is in my blood to play. reporter so doctor thohan put : the device on morris' left side. morris says he feels much better, his bowling score even improved. and he taught this novice the best strategy for an almost perfect outcome. in between trips to the bowling alley, morris waits by the phone for news of his new heart. he even has a special ringtone. >> i think you better call
>> so i know it is them. reporter music to his ears, that : will sound even better than a strike. in milwaukee, thema ponton, wisn 12 news. toya: mister morris does have a go fund me page set up to help with expenses for his medical care. doctor's say with heart disease as the number one killer of americans, typically only the most severe cases wind up with heart pumps and needed new hearts. now they say some of the best ways to prevent heart disease, have a healthy lifestlye, get regular exercise, eat in moderation and see your doctor for regu patrick: singer michael buble makes a heartbreaking announcement today. his son has been diagnosed with cancer. the canadian singer says his 3-year-old son is undergoing treatment in the united states. buble did not say what type of cancer it is or exactly when he was diagnosed. in a statement released today, buble says his family has a long journey ahead of them and both he and his wife are putting their careers on hold to be with their son. he had been promoting his new album. his wife is an actress on argentinian tv
under fire tonight for its move after beyonce's show-stopping performance with the dixie chicks during wednesday's award show. ? patrick: tmz reported the association removed video of the performance and posts from its official social media accounts after receiving racist comments. in a statement to cnn, a spokesperson for the cma awards denied those claims, saying nothing was erased. but the spokesperson did say, before the boradcast, the cma ve clip from abc.com and c.m.-a's facebook page. beyonce's team has not yet commented. toya:tonight on 20-20. her murder, 15-years-ago, shocked the country. now, chandra levy's case is back in the national spotlight. she was an intern in washington d.c. who vanished in 2001. her remains were found months later, but it was years before a man was tried and convicted for her death. then, just this summer, her
20/20's deborah roberts about the star witness, who may have lied. >> suddenly prosecutors realized they had a witness who was not credible. it was a circumstancial case. and out of the blue, this case is blown out of the water. and now once again, people are asking the question, who killed chandra levy? toya: watch 20/20 tonight starting at 9:00. that's followed by wisn 12 news at 10:00. patrick: right now, we want to take a look at what's coming up all new tonight at 6:00. kathy is in the newsroom with stories we're working on for 12 news at 6:00. kathy: it's evidence of just how brazen car thieves can be. meet a woman whose car was stolen from the mayfair mall parking lot while police were trying to tow it. and they fought a secret war, decades ago. we'll tell you about that group that will march in the milwaukee veterans day parade for the first time tomorrow. that's tonight on 12 news at 6:00. mark: tonight we are getting our
kind store in wisconsin. we got a look at total line in brookfield. patrick: the store manager said they will sell over a thousand kinds of wine 3000-spirits and 500 cap fears. >> this is an experience. we love helping people and the community. they le educating and trying new first total wine store to open in wisconsin. he'll be another location in springfield. toya: it will almost feel like a summer weekend around here. chardonnay goes well with warm weather. patrick: mark, it's a fire up the barbecue weekend. mark: fire up the grill, why not.
let's talk about this weekend. this is the forecast. fantastic weather. 55 and 65. that is nuts for this time of the year. you love to get out and enjoy it. not quite ready for the snow guns to be going off. with temperatures 61. we take you to sheboygan with nice clear skies. 58 degre degrees. they get to lambeau field, 59 degrees. there's a game on sunday against the colts. temperatures for november into the 60's. the kobe a lot of folks are done here heading up there. as we talk about football, it is also playoffs of all time and we
is really nice for this time of year. you see right around 60, 57, look how warm it is all over the place. international falls at 59. 69 degrees in marquette. even warmer out in the west. 77 in pierce, south dakota. yes, we are changing the clock. you can even have your dinner the patios are still open, places still have their patios outside. here is your sunset times. 5:30 9, 538 for tomorrow. as we change our clock saturday night, the sunset on sunday at 4:37. i will likely have sunset before 5:00. the trees are looking nice.
the way through monday. if you want to multiple your lease, it's looking perfect. 44 degrees, winds will be like for tonight. 65 for your-feature on saturday. just about perfect for the southwest. the nice thing is, a lot of time to get warm air this time of year, a lot of times it is windy. it is not going to be this weekend. sunday, and monday. did you know there is election coming on tuesday? you make her something about that. 60 on thursday. then back to 50 51 week from today. patrick: we had some practice last week with us changing the clocks.
hard time? patrick: yes, we are ok. we want to send things out to matt salemme in news chopper 12. toya: matt, you're over the route for tomorrow's veterans day parade in downtown milwaukee. >> the 53rd annual veterans they prayed and day of honor kickoff at 11 a.m. tomorrow and it in here. come down wells street and ends at the war memorial and veterans park. plan your travel in and out downtown accordingly. that kicks off at 11 a.m. tomorrow. i think great time and honor those veterans. reporting live in news chopper 12, wisn 12 news. patrick: coming up tonight, some say paul ryan will step down as house speaker after the election. and young cubs fans is not expect to watch the world series.
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. and, russ, i think you need a bigger van. russ: i'russ feingold and i approve this message. 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 for the world's biggest oil companies. $21 billion.
that's ron johnson. that's washington. and he fits right in. end
citizens united is responsible for the content of this ad. patrick: if you pass by miller park tomorrow, you'll probably see a crowd like this in the parking lot. toya: there's we are talking about. people will be picking up the we energies cookie book. 2016 this is video of last 1:00. the theme of this year's book is the wisconsin heritage edition. there are nearly 40 recipes from well-known wisconsinites like archbishop jerome listecki, bonnie blair and john mcgivern. patrick: some milwaukee churches are opening their doors this weekend for new and unique tour. the archdiocese of milwaukee is taking you beyond the pew this weekend. tomorrow's inaugural event is called vip, or very important parishes. you'll get a free, exclusive look inside four different churches including st. bernard parish is in wauwatosa.
there are 3 participating parishes in milwaukee, our lady of guadalupe, immaculate conception, and all saints parish. the milwaukee running festival kicks off tomorrow. toya: thousands of people
will be in town taking part in special runs across town. if you ride the bus, you might want to give yourself some extra time. there's a marathon scheduled sunday and the milwaukee county transit system says you can expect countywide delays. about 20 routes will be directly affected. patrick: we're going to have
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patrick: it's a big weekend for the wisconsin badgers as they look to keep their big 1ti toya: the team travels to northwestern saturday for a game, you can see right he and only on wisn 12. our coverage begins with a special big 12 sports saturday pregame at 10:30. stephen watson will be live in evanston. that's followed by kickoff is at 11:00 a.m.. then stay tuned for big 12 sports saturday at 6:30 p.m. for postgame reports from the badgers and wildcats. that's all this saturday only on wisn 12. it's friday. patrick: yes it is. also friday night football.