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donald trump are on a three state, three-stop list today. >> you know, this is where it all began, new hampshire. this is where it all began. >> are you ready to vote pittsburg? >> with each candidate seems just four days to go each candidate seems most focused on , damaging the other. >> how can hillary manage this country, when she can't even manage her emails? >> imagine how donald trump could start a real war. >> armed with their teams of high-profile supporters the , campaigns are hitting up nine swing state each today an all , out battleground offensive as election day uncertainty builds. abc news currently rates 15 states as being in play enough , to help sway the presidency either way. today's abc news washington post national tracking poll shows clinton with a slight edge, 47% to 45% but still within the
president obama who's doubling , down in north carolina with two events. >> there is only one candidate who has devoted her life to helping to build that better america, and that is the next president of the united states, hillary rodham clinton. >> obama will continue to campaign for clinton all weekend and stem right by her side on the night before the election in pennsylvania. tris who will rally for the republicans in michigan this weekend and stand by his side on election night. joyce: comparing the candidates and the role they think the u.s. should play on the global scale. aixa diaz is in our washington bureau with how the candidates differ. >> hillary clinton says the u.s. should continue to strengthen relationships with allies, while donald trump believes americans should worry about issues here at home. hillary clinton, a former
, >> donald trump, a real estate mogul and political newcomer. >> remember, america first, america first. >> two differing views on the united states' role on the global stage. >> for some americans they see , us as the global protector of our allies. but there are also isolationists, and those isolationists have very different persiv clash over nato, the north atlantic treaty organization. clinton defends the alliance, while trump thinks other member states should contribute more money. >> we're working with nato, the longest military alliance in the history of the world. >> we've been working with them for many years and we have the greatest mess anyone's ever seen. >> another point of contention between clinton and trump, russia. >> i've stood up to russia, i've taken on putin and others. >> i don't know putin, he said nice things about me, if we got
>> on the issue of trade, both candidates oppose the trans pacific partnership, a 12 nation trade deal. >> we have to renegotiate our trade deals. we have to stop these countries from stealing our companies and our jobs. >> we are 5% of the world's population. we have to trade with the other 95%. according to a pew research center survey, most americans say the u.s. should deal with its own problems, and let other nations deal with theirs. in washington, i'm aixa diaz. joyce: wisn 12 is teaming up with abc news to bng night. watch live coverage all night, on air and online, starting at 4:00 p.m. on tuesday. kathy: a man accused of targeting the elderly has been arrested. patrick has new information from greenfield police. patrick: the 56-year-old man is accused of hitting three spots, all within about a mile of each other, in the greenfield area. in one instance, police say he offered to help carry groceries, before taking a wallet from an 82-year-old. another time, they say he put a gun to the back of a 73-year-old woman and according to
investigators threatened to "blow her head off." today, greenfield police say while they were following leads on the suspect in milwaukee they recognized him in the passenger seat of a car. detectives pulled the vehicle over and the man tried to run. with the help of milwaukee police, the man was taken into custody a block away. the suspect is from milwaukee. joyce: thank you, patrick. if you liked today's weather, this weekend will make you very happy. kathy: mark, sunshine and 60's are on the way. mark: sunshine, 60's, it is feeling like summer out there. go ahead and get the grill fired up. why not. temperatures in the 60's saturday and sunday, and it will be sunny all week in the long, which is unusual. look at these one temperatures. that is near record territory there. superior 65 also near a record. 68 in the twin cities. almost 70 in rockford.
and sunday, and it is warm both days all around the state. i am for you to try to take advantage of this weekend. chances are that this will be the last family have a weekend like this for the rest of the year all the way through winter. this is your weekend to get outside. kathy: thanks, mark. a woman's car is stolen twice. the second time it was right in front of wauwatosa police at mayfair mall. the car was first stolen on the east side near uwm two months ago. fast forward to this week. wauwatosa police were checking license plates in the parking discovered this pontiac vibe was stolen. the car had several flat tires, so as a tow truck was getting ready to take it away that's , when the suspects were able to jump in a drive off. >> then i got another call about 10 minutes later saying there was an error. you're car has been re-stolen. kathy: police tried to follow the car but say the suspects
wasn't safe to chase them with so many shoppers in the area. in the meantime the car owner , says she has to come up with the money to buy a car to get to work. joyce: for more than 50 years, they were surrogate u.s. soldiers part ofecret rce , during the vietnam war. as wisn 12 news mike anderson reports, the secret is out, and for them it's about time. ,>> major perhanhmahavong will be among twenty soldiers honored in the veterans day parade in milwaukee saturday. >>esood. >>u0 yes, it feels good, he says that his service is no longer a , secret. he was a combat soldier in the jungles of southeast asia during the vietnam war commissioned and , trained by the united states in it's efforts to combat communist insurgency in laos. they gathered intelligence, rescued downed u.s. crews, and protected u.s. navigational sites in laos all in secret. after its fall, the communists
genocidal campaigns to punish or eliminate those allied with the u.s. major peter spent some time in a prison camp but managed to , escape and the u s resettled , him here in milwaukee. -- the u.s. resettled him here in milwaukee. >> it was not acknowledged until the president with the laos, and it was acknowledged that we had conducted activities and laos. >> and major peter phanhmahavong the veterans day parade with no benefits though he still does , not receive veterans benefits at age 76. in milwaukee, mike anderson, wisn 12 news. joyce: the veterans day parade starts tomorrow at 11:00 at north plankinton and west kilbourn in downtown milwaukee. it heads east down wells street ending at the war memorial. , just because winter is near it doesn't mean construction projects stop. kathy: patrick is looking ahead to a big closure downtown. patrick: the water street bridge that goes over the milwaukee
it won't re-open until mid-december. crews will be installing an upgrade to the bridge's center lock system. drivers are being warned this could add time to your commute and make driving to and from the third ward and fifth ward more difficult. also looking ahead, tickets for the men's basketball championship go on sale tomorrow. that is march 16 and 18. the sale starts at 10:00. also tomorrow, four parishes th milwaukee will open their doors for an exclusive look inside. it's a new community event and it's free. the churches involved are our lady of guadalupe, all saints parish, immaculate conception and st. bernard parish. and st. bernard parish. the tours start at 10:00 in the , morning. shuttle buses will take people to the next church every half hour. kathy: thank you, patrick. chicago is celebrating the cubs world series victory in a colorful way. joyce: the chicago river has been dyed blue.
according to the chicago tribune, the dye used is environmentally friendly. the city dyes the river green every st. patrick's day as well. kathy: local high school football teams are fighting hard to get to the state championship. joyce: operation football is next including the big rivalry , matchup between brookfield central and brookfield east. who's moving on and who's staying home next. ,and as we go to break here are , tonight's winning lottery
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just two more wins would earn these teams a trip to camp randall stadium. let's begin in division one, marquette traveling to franklin looking to book their third straight trip to the state , semifinals, but they face a franklin team that enters the night having won 10 straight games. first quarter, max alba hits ethan witternburg, who breaks the plane for six points. hilltoppers have an answer on the next possession. freddy poorman looking for the homerun ball to hank lamers. hank the tank is chuggin' his way down the sidelines for 79 yards. we're tied up at 7-7. field tonight. poorman goes over the middle. aaron simmons with the one-handed acrobatics. what arab. the offense would capitalize. alba rolling, firing to kyle lewis, who lays out for the pylon. six points for him. the sabres move on to the state semi's, so who will they face you may ask? well, it is the winner of lake geneva badger and middleton. the badgers hoping to reach the state semi's for the second consecutive ason.
outside, stretches across for six points. next series, middleton has the answer. he rumbles and stumbles in and we areied at 7-7. dropping back, looking, looking, firing the homerun ball. he weaves his way into the end zone, 43 yards. 28-7. of rivalry games. we begin in the north shore conference. i know this might shock you, but homestead is back in the playoffs with a chance to dance to madtown. whitefish bay lost to the highlanders earlier this season and had a chance to take them down when it matters most. nothing like a little bagpipes to pump up the home team tonight in homestead. office feeling inspired. eric zeller finds jared schneider on the go route.
possession, hey, bay-bay. cade garcia to michael kirkendoll on the crossing route. captain kirk has some wheels, 71 yards untouched, and we're tied up at 7-7. old fashioned shootout, and who better than our own chief photographer jason hunter to be behind the lens. that's a dime from zeller to matthew harleib for 60 yards and six more points. 13-7 after the failed conversion. late in the first half, garcia back up on his own four yard line airs it out to maurice name. 96 yards for the touchdown but , homestead comes back to score the game winning touchdown with 20 seconds left. highlanders when 27-4. what again this turned out to be. early on, he hands it off. we have seen this story before. a whole lot of real estate in
finds it wide open. he has his own green in front of him to work with. we tied up at 7-7. he bounces to the outside, find the in zone, and takes the lead. there were 56 points scored in the first half of the game. the final points in overtime, waukesha west, 43-42 and next are time to the semi finals. and all eyes in brookfield on meeting up for just the third , time ever in postseason play, central cruised to a 43-14 win back in week sam santiago-lloyd five. was out most of that game with an ankle injury. it is safe to say he's a difference maker, all 14 points in the first half courtesy of
the all-state runner takes another direct snap in the fourth quarter, in for six points. santiago-lloyd, 21, lancers, nothing. and if you think tackling him is fun, try getting hit by him . watch out. santiago-lloyd with the body slam. east goes to central and shuts out the lancers. thinking of our own stephanie sutton somewhere out there, east advaes the level state for the four first time in program the stage is set for divisions one and coming up on operation two. football, we head back
out to waukesha for division iii. catholic memorial needed late
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effort that counts. welcome back to this level three playoff edition of operation football. this time last week, i gotten back from one of the most thrilling finishes in a high school game i'd ever seen. catholic memorial stunned wisconsin lutheran on a 51-yard field goal with zeros on the clock. tonight, it was kewaskum looking to play spoiler onrs perfect season. catholic memorial dominated all night long. loving that effort right there. fourth quarter, crusaders ahead by 28 points. he headed the other way, breaking a tackle, 69 yards to seal the deal. catholic memorial wins 35-7. pewaukittate semifinals in division three for the first time in program history, traveling to monroe. a sack lunch. how about this trickery from the quarterback?
errors it out. pewaukee stopped monroe on fourth and goal on the one-yard line with three minutes to play. they are moving on, 7-3. they will play catholic memorial. and finally in division five, cedar grove-belgium out in columbus tonight. the quarterback rolls to his left, the four yard touchdown. plenty of fireworks from the visitors. he finds an opening, a foot race, 14-0. columbus would get on the board later in a half, but cedar grove belgium advances. they will take on -- next. tomorrow morning, it's breakfast with the badgers right here on wisn 12. it will be another tough test for wisconsin's 10th-ranked defense. northwestern scored 65 points in their first four games. they went 1-3. since then, they've won 3-4 and
that's an average of 34 points per game. the wildcats offense is triggered by sophomore quarterback clayton thorson. he ranks third in the conference in passing yards, yards per game, and touchdowns. thorson enters saturday's game having thrown a touchdown pass in seven consecutive games and has thrown for at least 250 yards in each of his last three games. >> he's really good. i think he'll probably be one of the best quarterbacks we face all year. he's smart. he's very smart. he can make all the throws. he's a really complete guy. he's definitely the leader of their offense. he's a guy who can throw it really well along with being able to run it. i think a lot of people underestimate his speed. he's a guy that can really move. so, we'll have to be ready for both. stephen: badgers face northwestern on you can watch saturday. the badgers and wildcats right here on wisn 12. our coverage begins with a special big 12 sports saturday pregame at 10:30 a.m. in the morning.
that's followed by kickoff at 11:00 a.m. then stay tuned for big 12 sports saturday at 6:30 p.m. for my postgame reports. that's all this saturday only on wisn 12. i have the packers on sunday. football season. kathy: to be a sports guy. . donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody
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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. 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. russ: i'm russ feingold
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