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votes and the fbi's announcement. >> a plane crashes down in northern wisconsin. >> first, a live look outside here on this monday morning. matt is watching the morning commute, but first to sally severson, any fog out there? sally: it is off and on for us the past several mornings and for now it is in jefferson county a little fog. 34 burlington. airport is 44 degrees. lake side a touch warmer. plenty in the way of sunshine for us. the clouds in place for us over minnesota. the clouds are headed our way. high clouds first and cloudy tonight. 6:34 sunrise.
if you are headed out it is decent at lincoln and the bypass. travel times, things are moving smoothly. we are in the green on the bypass. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> matt, thank you. former attorney general janet reno h >> the god daughter is one saying she died overnight from the complications from parkinson's. she spent the final days at home in miami. she was 78 years old. she was the first bomb to serve as the u.s. attorney general and served 8 years in the clinton administration and the longest stint in a century and ran for the florida governor in 2002 and lost the race.
we'll bring you new information as it is coming into the news room.>> the presidential candidates jam packed schedules on this final full day of campaigning. hillary clinton is using the final hours trying to move past the email scandal. we are in washington with the latest. >> ben, hillary clinton has not commented on the announcement but the campa in new hampshire, hillary clinton is focussed on the finish line. >> think about how we would feel on november 9th if we were not successful. >> clinton steering clear of the fbi probe surrounding the email server as the fbi issue add letter saying they have not changed the conclusions from july. >> we are glad that the matter is resolved.
continuing to hammer the issue. >> it is a rigged system, hillary clinton is guilty, she knows it, the fbi knows it. >> both candidates embark an a monday with trump head lining in five states and clinton in three. including two stops in pennsylvania. it is a late night for both of the candidates. >> thank you. ahead of the election day, the early voting shows 41 # million people cast ballots already. >> a final appeal to the wisconsin voters and speaking at the headquarters near mlk and center yesterday and stopping in green bay and lacrosse. today tim kaine is stopping in virginia and north carolina.
focussing on wisconsin voters. mike pence attending an event in wisconsin on saturday. donald trump was supposed to stop in west allis but that was cancelled. hundreds of thousands of votes already cast in we are live where they are getting ready for election day. good morning, thema. reporter: good morning, melinda, you can come in person tomorrow and cast your ballot just like this one. the polls openal 7:00 a.m., that is 26 hours from right now. so to make sure your vote is counted tomorrow you will need to bring a photo id with you.
accepted driver's license, military id or a passport of college id. you can register to vote on election day. wisconsin has same day voting registration. the polls are opening at 7:00 a.m. and closing at 8:00 p.m. tomorrow. what that means if you come out to vote and you are in line by 8:00 p.m. you can vote will be counted. >> thema, thank you. wisn 12 is teaming up with abc news to bring you coverage all night. >> three people are in custody after a police chase overnight, two of the suspects are teenagers who had been missing.
police chase. bay spr side police say that the brown deer police tried to stop a stolen vehicle and it sped away and getting a flat tire and the three people ran away and later caught and including a teenage boy and girl and therm wanted in connection with a robbery in milwaukee, the dodge city as well. no injuries were reported in that. >> tim, also new from overnight a stolen car crashes in milwaukee after a chase. the milwaukee police say a different agency the handling this investigation. >> looking ahead, the milwaukee county board is voting on the budget, including a controversial wheel tax.
increase, last week a finance committee lowered the fee to $30, the vote is held this morning at the courthouse. >> wisn 12 news time now is 5:07. the packers are half way through the season and nelson with his 7th touchdown of the season. but the pack had a battle, most of the way losing to the colts 31-26. road first in tennessee on sunday. that hurt, that loss hurt. >> i will tell you though, looking at the fans in lambeau with t-shirts and shorts. unbelievable. >> yes, in 30 years, i was listening to the announcer, this was the first time in 30 years over 60 in green bay, sal. >> that is probably true.
was 60 degrees and the store clerks with the santa hats on. statewide the temperatures cool at .34. 44 at the airport. take a look at superior, 55 degrees. our temperatures continue to remain above normal averages for this time of the year. lots of sunshine for us. the showers rolling in tonight. keeping an eye on the patchy fog in the river valleys, sunny and 64. >> nice and quiet on the roadways. no complaints out there. looking good in the zoo interchange. things are flowing freely. if you are jumping in the car and headed out, well, no trouble along 94 eastbound. 43 southbound... that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> thanks, matt. if you are driving in the third
well travelled bridge the closing today. good morning, hillary. reporter: good morning, ben. you know, the water street bridge here not closed yet, so you have a little time to get over it, but this bridge is soon blocked off and this is all to a make repairs and it could take six weeks. the water street bridge running over the milwaukee river, it is closing today, that department of public works will be making upgrades. this impacts if you use the bridge to get through the third and fifth wards and walkers point. december 16th is when they hope to have the bridge re-opened. this is the other option, pittsburgh street bridge. fyi, water street bridge is closing today for the next six
for now live in the third ward "wisn 12 news this morning." >> thank you. neighbors come to the rescue after a plane crash. tim is in the news room with the latest. >> faa investigators are expected to arrive at the scene of the crash later this morning. police say a small plane going down near a private airport. that is 45 minutes from appleton. the neighbors helped the pilot ge the wreckage started on fire. the pilot is treated at the hospital this morning. authorities say that the new home built plane has less than 50 hours of flight time. back to you. >> tim, thank you. 5:10. gaining ground in the fight against the islamic state. >> new information about the
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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... ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember."
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.
>> it was a record-setter yesterday, 70 degrees, breaking the break of 69 degrees. our warm weather streak is continuing. we have had 176 temperatures 50 degrees or better and i think we are going to hold the temperatures 50 or better at least through about thursday. we continue with this warm streak. the cool front is situated to the north and west. we time out the showers coming up. here's matt. >> we are in decent shape on the roadways. no trouble at 94 and 84.
that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> matt, thank you. happening now, fighting on two fronts in the battle for mosul. tim? >> this has been going on for the few weeks. the kurdish fighters are coming under fire. this as the special forces made it t tho those troops are slammed by the car bombs and traps, and progress inside of the city is slow, as the troops are making their way into the densely populated area. the u.n. have camps set up for the families fleeing the fighting and the u.s. is providing ground and air support
proceeding ahead of schedule. ben? >> thank you, tim. a police officer is dead, another in critical condition after investigators say a man shot them both. this happened in georgia south of atlanta. the officers were responding to a fight between two neighbors. when the officers got out of the cars a man started shoot and the man is in custody and the investigators are looking into why he fired at the officers. >> happening questioned in connection with knife attack that leaves two dead in new jersey and three others hurt. investigators say that the 26-year-old was taken into custody last night after barricading himself inside of a home in newark. he's held on assault charges from a separate case. >> ceo of starbucks is weighing in on the politics and telling
respect dignity on election day. this year's race is called a quote epic unseemly election. he publicly endorsed hillary clinton for president and the letter is not suggesting that they vote for a particular candidate but share kindness, compassion and empathy and love. >> two australia men cause a scandal after pulling a prank on north korea officials. >> two friends tricked the authorities to have them believing they are members of an australia golf team to become part of the tournament. the men had green blazers made with a code of arms and posted videos on social media, they were exposed on the golf course. one of the men shot a 120.
50 strokes over par. and a local told them they played so badly they brought shame on their families. >> look at that. >> who thinks it is a good idea to play a friendly joke on north korea? >> i read they saw a flyer in china and emailed the people. >> keeping an eye on the visibility, so far it is pretty good. some of the spots lower visibilities, no advisories related to fog or anything. some patchy fog in the lower valley areas. i have three miles at burlington. a little fog developing in walworth county this morning.
high clouds first this everyone. a few showers soernted with the cool front. it doesn't have a lot of moisture to work with. you have to remember, it is a fairly dry mass overall. early temperatures quite a range. a couple of 37s at west bend. 47 at fond du lac. 44 at the airport. the skies are fair. watch theud move in. we make a run into the 60s. i settled at 64. 5:00 leading edge of the lower clouds nosing in. take a look, 1:00 in the morning, narrow band of showers and washes out other than moving through here. tomorrow lighter north winds and then clearing out and sunshine
today 64, sunshine. clouds return later. near 50 tonight. mid 50s tomorrow. a chance of showers early in the morning on election day, otherwise a quiet weather day. 54 wednesday. cooler air for friday and saturday. >> sal, thank you. 5:20. changing the face of downtown milwaukee. >> the plus a cupcake, a girl drops the tray of treats on the ride to school and the thoughtful baker that came in johnson: social security is a legal ponzi scheme. senior 1: ron johnson is attacking social security. senior 2: he wants to let wall street risk it in the stock market. johnson: free money... young people don't really necessarily understand finance. college student 1: ron johnson voted to raise
the cost of student loans - college student 2: he just doesn't get it.
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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. senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. >> good morning. thank you for the monday morning school shout out. wisn 12 is stopping by classrooms throughout the school year. if you are interested in a
>> well, a pennsylvania bus driver goes above and beyond for a student. >> a 4th grade student was bringing a tray of cupcakes to school for a holiday party and the tray was knocked to the floor. the bus driver witnessed the accident and the tears that followed and the driver rushed home and baked a fresh batch and delivered the treats just in time for the the class wrote a thank you note to bus driver that saved the day. >> new this morning, the latest video craze is requiring a lot of will power. >> the bucks jumped on the band wagon. take a look.
they are not even moving. >> the mannequin challenge. >> the idea is to get as many people as possible to do a freeze frame for as long as possible. i don't know if i could do this. this is really interesting. oh, look, they are really not moving. i am very impressed by this. it is created by high school students in florida but have spread to other schools, college and pro sports the one thing that is catching on and going viral. >> 5:25. later today, ellen is welcoming jessica alba to the show. >> she reveals she doesn't work out. >> are you an imposter. how are you on the cover of
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hit and killed while on her way to church in milwaukee. the message her family has this morning as police look for the person who was behind the wheel. melinda: plus, the final countdown to election day. polls open a little more than 24 hours from now. the last-minute push candidates are making this morning trying to earn your vote. ben: but first, weather watch 12 as we take a live look outside. it was warmer than usual this weekend. we're tracking how long those
good morning and welcome to "wisn 12 news this morning." i'm ben wagner. melinda: and i'm melinda davenport. it's 5:30 on this monday, november 7th. let's start with the forecast. meteorologist sally severson is in the weather center! >> it was a record-setter yesterday, 70 degrees. cracking the record of 69 set in 1975. plenty in the way of sunshine for us. the cool front to north and west and sailing through for us tonight, until then, the south winds and temperatures up to the mid 60s. the winds are light and southeast. you can plan on plenty in the way of morning sunshine. a couple of widely scattered shower ts later tonight and early on election day. cooler tomorrow and the highs in the mid 50s. matt?