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>> now, on wisn 12 news. >> we're just asking you to pray for this family as we go through this trying hour. adrienne: a family in mourning after driver runs over and kills a five-year-old girl in milwaukee and doesn't stop. witnesses tell us she was heading to church with her mother when it happened this morning. sheldon: terry sater is live in the neighborhood where the little girl died just east of hampton and fond du lac. you are finding out a little bit more about this little girl, tell us about her. terry: this is a photo just given to me by a loved one. there is now a memorial out here for her. five years old, killed this morning at the end of the block right here on hampton.
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enough. >> i got a call at church that there was a tragic accident and immediately rushed here. terry: pastor radontae ashford is a relative of the 5-year-old girl run over by a hit and run driver on leon terrace in milwaukee, >> the person who was driving this vehicle did not stop. they just kept going. terry: witnesses tell 12 news the little girl and her mother were crossing the street when a driver turning from hampton was going too fast. >> she was on her way to worship and this little darling was excited this morning about going to church. >> heard the mother screaming out in the middle of the street so i came out and tried to rush and give cpr to the little that was in the street. terry: neighbor tony bonds says they need more speed bumps. >> people must drive defensively and know that these kids are here and that they can make unpredictable movements.
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the family tells us she was hit and killed by a hit and run driver on the street in milwaukee. there's memorial out here and as far as we know the lucky police are not giving us any information. it appears the hit and run driver is still out there. reporting live in milwaukee, terry sater, wisn 12 news. adrienne: thank you. we alerted you about this breaking news with the wisn 12 news mobile app. you can download the free app now to get the updates right to your phone. in breaking election news, fbi director james comey saying there will be no criminal charges against hillary clinton. last week, the fbi discovered new emails in a separate investigation of anthony weiner. he's the estranged husband of clinton's top aide. in a letter to congress today, comey says the agency stands by its decision and that clinton should not be prosecuted for her handling of classified information during her time as
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that news broke just hours after the clinton campaign made a final push for votes in wisconsin. sheldon: this morning, democratic vice presidential nominee tim kaine spoke to voters in milwaukee. >> we can't take anything for granted, the stakes are too high and pulls can be wrong. it has been a season of surprises. sheldon: kaine stopped at the democratic party office headquarters near mlk and center before heading to events in green bay and la crosse. spoke one on one with kaine. adrienne: thema ponton explains why he says wisconsin is a crucial win for the democratic ticket. >> i wouldn't be here if it weren't important. we really want to win wisconsin. thema: vice presidential candidate tim kaine says the campaign considers wisconsin a battleground state. kaine rallying supporters in milwaukee at democratic party headquarters on mlk and center. he was just in madison last week rallying supporters, but we
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april. >> you have got to cover a lot of ground and when you get of bp candidate and the president has been here, chelsea has been here, i have been here, my wife has been here -- we are trying to flood the zone. thema: covering territory and making their case to wisconsin voters, that they should chose the clinton, kaine ticket on election day. >> you may not be able to take a red county and make it blue but if you can margin a vote is a vote. thema: in milwaukee, thema ponton, wisn 12 news. adrienne: the republican nominee's running mate was also in wisconsin this weekend. mike pence attended a rally in mukwonago yesterday with other gop leaders, including house speaker paul ryan and senator ron johnson. during his speech, pence made his final pitch to wisconsin voters. >> we need change, wisconsin. we need change in america at, and that only comes when we elected donald trump as president of the united states. sheldon: donald trump had
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but, the state gop says the event was cancelled because of schedule changes. instead, trump held rallies in minnesota and michigan. here's some of what he said to voters in minneapolis. >> don't vote for her. she'll be a lousy president, anyway, believe me. she refuses to campaign in minnesota. so do you really want a president who doesn't care enough about your vote that she never shows up? thema: hillary clinton spent t florida and ohio. the democratic nominee has not addressed the latest on the investigation into her emails, however, her campaign says they are, quote, "glad it is resolved." during an event with nba star lebron james this afternoon in cleveland, clinton urged voters to cast their ballots on tuesday. >> i hope ohio will turn out in the biggest recorded vote in
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sheldon: here in wisconsin, early voting is over, and milwaukee has set a new record. the city election commission tells us an estimated 52,000 people voted early in person. that's much higher than the 36,500 early votes from 20-12. as of november third, the state elections commission says they've received about 623,000 absentee ballots statewide i spoke with a uwm government professor about the turnout so far. >> it's turned out people just like early voting. some people are busy, some people have daycare limitations, they have work limitations and early voting is an indication that we really need to change the concept of election day. sheldon: if you haven't voted yet, you'll need to go to your polling place on tuesday. the polls open at 7:00 a.m. on tuesday. a reminder, you do need a photo i.d. to vote. wisn 12 is teaming up with abc news to bring you big story
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watch live coverage, on air and online, starting at 4:00 p.m. on tuesday. a gorgeous day, but a lot of people are still focused on what the weather will be like on election day. lindsey: that is the only metric i am tracking. we'll talk about the temperatures in a minute, buffer election day, jot this down, grab an umbrella. as you can the election day forecast does feature a few showers early in the morning, but that is really the only time for the entire seven-day forecast i anticipate a chance of rain. however, temperatures are going to be cooler for your tuesday. still average this time of year. we broke a record today, can you believe that? we had 70 degrees for the second day in a row in november. the record high previously was
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-- 1887. the sunset, an hour ago. as you are planning of the rest of your evening, it will be nice and clear, but some fog may be developing for monday. i will talk about that coming up in a couple minutes. adrienne: thank you. still ahead on wisn 12, paid time off to vote. sheldon: the major companies offering thousands of employees a paid holiday on election day. adrienne: plus, sure to have your mouth watering. thousands of meatballs served up for a spaghetti dinner. the meal bringing people together, and supporting one
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sheldon: voter turnout is expected to be high on tuesday, and no doubt you've probably heard claims about the election being rigged. adrienne: so we sent colleen henry out to investigate, how vulnerable is the system? >> here in milwaukee, there have been well-documented cases of voting mischief people voting more than once, even the infamous smokes for votes case in which homeless people were given cigarettes in exchange for
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so we wanted to know, how safe is your vote? could fraud really impact this election? we'll tell you what's going on behind the scenes, and what you need to know before you cast your ballot. adrienne: watch colleen henry's investigation, how safe is your vote? tomorrow on 12 news at 10:00. sheldon: looking ahead to a major milestone in the bucks arena project. tomorrow, crews will install the first steel beams of the future wisconsin entertainment and sports center. over the summer, crews broke ground on the new arena. it should be ready to go by the fall of 2018. adrienne: election day will be a paid holiday for thousands of workers across the u.s. this year. general motors, ford, patagonia, mattress company casper, and digital company thrillist are just a few of the companies giving workers paid time off to vote. there is no federal law requiring companies to do so.
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sheldon: people were out wearing shorts and eating outside, but lindsey, changes are coming lindsey: i hate to be the bad guy, but we are going to see temperatures take a big tumble. i will tell you how cool it was going russ feingold: in the senate there's a choice- you can go along with the rigged system, or you can stand for something that matters. i stand with wisconsin working families. going to all 72 counties, i know how hard you work and how wages aren't keeping up. senator johnson stands with ceo's -tax loopholes for billionaires, tax breaks for companies that ship jobs overseas. i'll take on the rigged system. and work to build an economy that works for everyone.
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over 80,000 wisconsin jobs lost to unfair trade. but senator johnson sided with corporate interests, calling for even more unfair trade, voting for special tax breaks for corporations shipping jobs overseas, costing taxpayers billions. and johnson's been exposed for using what looks like an offshore tax shelter for himself. ron johnson's just not for us. for the content of this advertising. 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
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yes.. 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.
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sheldon: new on 12, a tasty tradition is back. hundreds lined up for the annual spaghetti with the sisters at st. joan antida high school this afternoon. the event supports the school and its students. the recipe for both the sauce and the meat has been handed down for generations. the first spaghetti dinner was held back in 1955. head of school paul gessner says the event is more than a >> we are very happy that it raises a significant amount of money for the school, but our number one goal for this event is really to act as an opportunity for us to get together, socialize, be with members of the community. sheldon: thousands of meatballs
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adrienne: a lot of runners are getting some rest tonight after the milwaukee running festival. thousands participated in four races throughout the city. one race even passed through our neighborhood here at the wisn 12 studios near 20th and wisconsin. the full marathon is a qualifier for the boston marathon. and our own lindsey slater took part in the half marathon. lindsey: [laughter] adrienne: it is more than we did. we were talking about the weather -- it was warm. lindsey: i was telling my husband, i'm a little concerned about doing that next year, because the weather is such a gamble. we got so lucky. 70? that doesn't happen. sheldon: it's going down? lindsey: it is, it is.
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about time. but we did hit 70 degrees again. the record high previously was 1969. i can't get over how amazing that is, that in 1975 and 1887 --crazy. right now we are sitting at 63 degrees, and it's still 5:48 and the sun is down. not even a glimpse, totally dark. the sun at least it might be easier for you to go to bed. 63 degrees in milwaukee, 61 in waukesha, still can't believe we have these temperatures. 51 in watertown, 54 near west bend. i want to give you the weather heads up. we have developing fog, kind of what we had last night. it's not going to be everybody. this typically low-lying areas
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tomorrow is still going to be way above average. i'm not talking 70's, but it is still going to be mild. low to mid 60's tomorrow. let's take it well we have it. for tuesday we have another temperature tumble, back down into the. 50's we could see a few showers as well. our latest feature cast model highlights a cold front overnight monday and into tuesday. you can see it right there, 8:30 on monday. monday. we will have increasing cloud cover and showers near eau claire and toma. eventually it will work its way here. as you can see, overnight tuesday and into tuesday -- or, overnight monday into tuesday. you're getting up early, maybe to walk the dog, he will probably get some drizzle. it's not going to be a lot of rain, but it is definitely going
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honestly, a lot of this is going to get out of here even before you head to work. 8:00 a.m., all the rain is out of here. a lot of cloud cover through the rest of the afternoon, but at least it is not going to be an all-out downpour. and that is the really big chance of rain this week. tomorrow you can cut your grass, tuesday you should be able to as well. wednesday not much of a problem. er . 48 for a high on friday. right now, just enjoy these warm temperatures while we've got them. here's your week ahead forecast featuring a couple showers on voting day, and for veterans day, a cold and windy day with a high of 48. and. look at the overnight low. 32.
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sheldon: we have been so spoiled. the fact that it is november and people can wear shorts -- there is always a guy who wears it when it is 10 degrees. coming up, where the badgers stand in the college football polls after yesterday's win at northwestern. plus, the packers try to tame the colts. adrienne: and why green bay will move into a tie for the division lead, if they win this afternoon at lambeau field. dan needles is in next with big 12 sports. 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!"
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dan: the colts defense and offensive line rank among the worst in the nfl, but the packers have not been able to take advantage of that today at lambeau field. the colts returned the opening kickoff for a touchdown, and they have never trailed. the packers have a touchdown pass from aaron rodgers to jordy nelson and one field goal but the colts marched 96 yards for a touchdown right before halftime. green bay trails 24-10 in the third quarter. stephen watson and stephanie sutton will have coverage from lambeau tonight at 10:00. if the packers win, they are tied for the division lead today in minneapolis, blair walsh
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field goal blocked, but the vikings took a three point lead with 23 seconds to play on this short td run by rhett ellison. however, the lions were able to force overtime, as matt prater hit from 58 yards out as time ran out. and in ot, matthew stafford to golden tate for a 28 yard touchdown the lions win 22-16, all five of their wins have been fourth quarter or overtime victories. minnesota has lost three in a row after a 5-and-0 start, detroit is 5 the hottest team in the nfl right now is the cowboys, who have won seven straight since dropping their opener to the giants. today in cleveland, rookie dak prescott tossed three more touchdown passes, the first to jason witten. the other rookie, ezekial elliott, ran for 2 scores. dallas wins 35--10 the browns remain the only winless team in the nfl. 62-3 -- that was the final in columbus last night, as ohio
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big 10 championship game, if they win their final 3 games against illinois, purdue and minnesota. the new college football polls came out today, and the badgers moved up one spot in both, to seventh. alabama remains number 1, followed by michigan, clemson, washington, louisville, ohio state, and wisconsin. the great uw quarterback experiment continued yesterday in the 21-7 win at northwestern. alex hornibrook started and played most of the game, but pass f bart houston played sparingly, but led the badgers to 11 points. hornibrook said the reason houston played had nothing to do with his own struggles. >> no, we kind of had a planned before the game. >> it' workings? >> we're winning games, game.
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so that is all that matters. dan: and the bucks try for their fourth straight win tonight in dallas, against a mavericks team that is searching for their first win of the season. last night, the bucks bombed the kings, 117-91, thanks to seven three pointers from mirza teletovic. however, giannis continues to shine, he nearly had a triple double and giannis is the only player in the nba currently to t is all that matters. lead his team in scoring, rebounding, assists, blocks and steals. doing it all for the bucks. there's on rest in green bay. [laughter] sheldon: thank y.
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