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12. and jeremy nelson is in for sally. >> we are tracking the cooler conditions. we have a north breeze across the area that is pushing the colder temperatures down to the south, no record warmth for today. it is back to reality and the normals for mid november. it is currently 50 deeds. the wind gusts though 24 miles per hour in 30s to the north. 40s. and 50 in milwaukee. the bus stop forecast wear the fleece or extra layers. take a look at the ride home, we are not warming up, close to 50 degrees. a mix of sun and clouds. first, matt just launched. >> we have launched, we are burleigh and 41.
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southbound. you can see things are looking great. no troubles either way. in fact, 13 minutes 41, 45 southbound down to the zoo. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> wisn 12 news time now is 6:01. the big story, a protest, a march and fight downtown milwauda the united states. the demonstrators took the streets. similar scenes across the country. hillary mintz is live add red arrow park with the latest. good morning, hillary. reporter: good morning, ben. this is where they gathered and the huge crowds took over the streets of downtown and marching to express the outrage over president-elect trump.
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going west on wisconsin and continued across downtown. they realize their efforts won't change everything but they feel they have to do something. >> so no way i am sitting back and accept the fact that this man is going to run our country. >> we don't want to stay silent. it is important not to just march for ourselves but march for everyone that feels they don't have a voice. >> tragss supported, a trump supporter came, the protestor grabbed their flag and pushing and shoving and punching in front of oush cameras and a trump supporter hit with pepper spray. overall, the milwaukee police say no major injuries, no
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"wisn 12 news this morning." >> thank you, hillary. >> a wave of protestor marched to the steps of the capitol building in madison. and tim, you have new video in the news room. >> tim: yes, a thousand people marched in madison and participating in the protest. the police say it was a mostly pauseful gathering. they carry chanted down to the capitol building. the group held a moment of silence and continued to protest with the mega-phones and chapts at the capitol. they are going to continue to fight against president-elect trump for the next four years. >> in portland they are cleaning up from the protests that turned violent. the groups damaged the cars at
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windows at businesses. today president-elect trump is moving forward in the transition in washington. reporter: on the streets of portland, the police clashed with the crowds with the demonstrators. they protested around the country from california to minnesota to the white house. >> trump is a >> trump wrote... a whirl wind washington visit for the incoming president they toured the capitol. and visited the white house, meeting with the respective counter parts as the president and president-elect sat down for
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mr. president-elect, that we now are going to want to do everything that we can to help you succeed. >> i very much look forward to dealing with the president in the future, including counsel. >> president-elect trump called the meeting a great honor and could begin receiving the briefings today. >> that meeting went much longer than expected and lasting minutes and discussing organizational issues and domestic and foreign policy. this morning, "g.m.a." is interviewing about the wave of the power over the next two months. >> new this half hour, a person is hurt after a house fire in kenosha. it was reported around 2:00 at
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was taken to the hospital and investigators are still trying to figure out how that fire started. >> new from overnight, a missing waukesha county girl is found safe. the 12-year-old reported missing yesterday. these are different people here. she made it home from school. they have said where she was at that time. >> later today, the young suspects in the slenderman case will be back in court waukesha county. the girls are accused of stabbing their friend 1 times two years ago. the victim survived. the lawyers are asking for separate trials. both girls are charged as adults and pleaded not guilty by reason of mental disease after affect. >> later today the red cross is
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families and students from the university garden apartments. it caught on fire on wednesday. the caseworkers are meeting with those affected inside of the cafeteria at white water middle school. the management from the complex and the health department and the county united way. the families can come in at 10:00 this morning. >> wisn 12 news time now is 6:07. today we salute the veterans that served our country. medical center on national avenue. the mayor and executive chris abele is collecting wish list items for veterans getting treatment at the va. the park system is waiving the green fees at the county golf courses today. a number of restaurants are offering free or discounted meems in order to say thank you. that includes red robin, texas
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6:07. later today, buy tickets for the new year's bash at the potawami. that party starts at 8:00 p.m. on new year's eve. >> wisn 12 news time now is 6:08. we have what is the word of the week, spoiled. >> we are all spoiled. is it going to an >> well, today is a drastic change, because yesterday we had the record highs. it was 66 degrees. today some areas not out of the 40s. chilly this morning. take a look up around marquette, white is showing up. they had a few snowflakes overnight. we are too warm in southeast wisconsin to see snow. really no moisture across the area. it is 40s to around 50. a spot dipping down to the 30 in waukesha.
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the certainly recommended this morning. now upstairs to matt, matt, i noticed the clouds are moving in. it is dry up there? >> yes, it is a beautiful sunrise. cooler than yesterday morning but a gorgeous sunrise. right now, pretty decent shape. the clouds above and down below over the bypass that is 60th over the top of the freeway in the middle of the frame. no delays here. in fact, no delays system. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> matt, thank you very much. wisconsin doctors must now train every other year on prescribing opioids. we are learning the new rules. tim? >> this passed as an emergency rule by the state department of safety and professional services. doctors have to complete 30
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training every other year. two of the hours must focus on prescribing opioids. those drugs should be used sparingly and shouldn't be the first option in treating pain. some parents turn to the drug when the prescriptions run out. starting in january, wisconsin doctors and pharmacists will be required to check online data base of patients and how often they have filled the opioid >> thank you, tim. 6:10. plumes of smoke from a wild fire. this is the scene in the carolinas. the precautions officials are taking now to prevent the fire from spreading. >> plus, getting a kick start on black friday shopping, the store offering the deals and discounts already. stay with us, you are watching
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>> good morning. we scan is skies right now. a few more clouds just arrived above metro milwaukee. a mix of sun and clouds today. a change in the forecast, cooler conditions are settling across the area. the winds ramped up. look at sheboygan, they have winds probably 15-25 miles per hour along the lake front. just above the banner here, there are waves we'll see if we have warmer air returning to the forecast. first, upstairs to matt up in news chopper 12. >> here is a shot of the mix of the sun and clouds. down below, the plainfield curve. tail lights are headed northbound. no troubles between the airport and downtown. in fact, trouble tree on the entire system.
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that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. ben: thank you, matt. happening now, more than 20 wild fires are burning thousands of acres in the carolinas. many areas are dry and not seen rain well over the month. there is a state of emergency in north carolina. people are evacuated from counties and burn ban in 25 of the counties in the westernar flames swept through a facility in alabama. tim? >> this was a very intense fire, as you shall seeing in the video. the firefighters took an hour to get the flames under control here. this started last night and the witnesses heard explosions and seeing the smoke and fire coming from the warehouse. a hazard team had to come in. no one was hurt. this morning
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alabama are returning to the scene and look into what happened here. ben? >> new, a hundred people are in the hospital after a car bombing on germany's consolate in afghanistan. six people are dead. they heard an explosion. the taliban is claiming responsibility. >> iraqi troops are screening the thousands of people fleeing mosul and fighters trying to sneak out of the city. nearly 40,000 people displaced in the retake of mosul. the iraqi troops are positioned on a number of fronts but not advancing in the past day. the iraqi troops are putting out a fire at an oil well 40 miles outside of mo you will is. >> award winning actor stops by
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in the affected continent. are they visited a refugee camp and stopped at a school and watch add group play soccer. unicef says 8 and a half million people are affected by the civil war there. >> 6:17. singer song writer len order ard leonard cohen dies at the age of that was him singing the most recognizable song. yesterday he died peacefully at home. the 14th studio album you want it darker released last month. he was born in montreal.
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canada and the world will miss him. >> wisn 12 news time now is 6:17. the milwaukee bucks want your kids to channel their inner super hero, they are giving away capes to the first five thousand kids to tomorrow's game. parker had a high of 33 points last night. the bucks host the grizzli tomorrow. >> right now, the packer fans ged a start on the holiday shopping, the pro shop is holding a sale today and tomorrow. the discounts are available online and inside of the store at lambeau. the new mark downs cover everything e in the the store. >> that one last saturday at lambeau when they played they said it was the first time in 30
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there. >> yes, we hit 70 degrees last weekend. yesterday was a record high, the third record for the month here in milwaukee, 66 degrees. i hope you snuck out for lunch yesterday, it was so beautiful across the area. today is a different story. winds turned out of the north and 17 degrees colder for much of southeast wisconsin. the clouds are really racing by this morning. take a look at the winds 15-20 miles per hour. it is a northerly direction. temperatures really don't move much. about 45-50 degrees the entire day. clouds are variable and overall mix of sun and clouds. still want the sunglasses with today. something to add, extra layers, a fleece or a jacket. we are at 50. it is not out of the ordinary for this time in november. at least if that is the high
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closer to 32 for the morning low. chilly conditions across the badger state. winds turned to the north. producing a few rain and snow showers from lake superior. but certainly a sign it is november. really it could snow at any time if cold enough air. temperatures by 9:00 a.m. mid to upper 40s. we may touch 50 this afternoon. tonight the coldest night so far inland into the upper 20s. lake shore areas probably about 30 to 34 degrees. here is the weatherwatch 12 week ahead. a cold start to the weekend. suntastic weekend, warming up the 60 on sunday. 50s for much of next week. next friday or saturday a storm system is moving in. as of right now, it is rain for
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>> thank you, jeremy. 6:20. a very close encounter between a dog and gator. >> the daring rescue. now the wes and lez bekt for the weekend picks. >> it is a weekend of rubbing for the jingle bell run tomorrow. you are encouraged to wear a holiday themed outfit. >> yes, you should. show up with bells on. >> that is annoying to. it is like cats chasing you. >> it is like santa's sleigh. >> coming up, something great going on this weekend for the military for veterans day. check this out.
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>> i my name is mr. fendos and i'm a second grade teacher at lake bluff elementary school in shorewood, wisconsin. this is my second grade classroom and we'd like to tell you all good morning. >> good morning shorewood! and whoa, look at this, it's the mannequin challenge during our
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this is great. >> look at him. i love this. oh. oh, they are so good. look at the teacher too. >> i love it. love. this well done. bravo. wisn 12 is stopping by classrooms all across southeast wisconsin. if you're interested in getting a visit, just head to wisn dot com and click school shout out. then we'll try to schedule a time to have meteorologist jeremy nelson stop by to say hello. jeremy didn't tell us this was going to happen. it is a surprise. a very cool. >> this weekend harley davidson is paying tribute to the vets. >> yes, wes and elizabeth share how to say thank you. >> yesterday was the marine birthday and today is veterans day. there are a number of celebrations going on, including harley davidson museum. active military and veterans
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>> what is cool, they are show casing hue harley davidson has been part of the military and motorcycles and how they are used. check that out. thank you for the service. >> absolutely. >> back to you. >> thank you. 6:26 may recollecting a list, checking it twice. >> how the letters to santa help >> green and gold teaming up with the salvation army and when to get the signed gear from the players to benefit the group. first, traffic watch 12, here is a live look, downtown, cloudy start to this friday morning. we have a check in with matt
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ben: right now on "wisn 12 news this morning," protests overnight in the streets of downtown milwaukee. the violent confrontation that happened in front of our camera. melinda: plus, an suv slams into a local home overnight. how the people inside the house are doing this morning and what police say may have led up to the chaotic series of events.
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look outside. some cool temperatures today as you get ready for the weekend. we're tracking which are the best days to make outdoor plans. good morning and welcome to "wisn 12 news this morning." i'm ben wagner. melinda: and i'm melinda davenport. it's 6:30 on this friday, november 11th. sally is under the weather today. so let's get a check of the forecast with meteorologist jeremy nelson. good morning, jeremy. jeremy: good morning, everyone. first things first when you step out the door, take a coat or a the northerly winds 21 miles per hour in mequon. we are in the 40s to around 50 degrees for lake shore and mequon 50. here is the difference, the lab shore areas are benefitting from the warmer lake waters. so warmer near the lake. inland though dipping down to 39 waukesha. upper 30s in beaver dam. you add in the wind, it is pretty brisk morning across the
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the temperatures are not budging today. 45 to 50 that is about it across southeast wisconsin. this is typical for this time in november. we look ahead to a suntastic weekend and bounce ahead for the next five to seven days. a storm system is lurking. matt? reporter: jeremy, we are looking at 94 eastbound, westbound, 84th street under the freeway. the brake tapping is startin there. through the zoo interchange trying to merge on to 41 northbound. right now, the only delay on the system. no trouble through the construction zone just yet. we continue to watch it. >> ben: our big story this morning, huge crowds gather in downtown milwaukee protesting president-elect donald trump. tim, the protest turned violent
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tim: there were some punches thrown as protesters clashed with trump supporters. while the protest and march was going on at red arrow park, a trump supporter showed up with his children. after exchanging some heated words with protesters that man was pepper-sprayed by one of the protesters. that's when the fists starting flying, but police say most of the crowd was peaceful as they gathered and marched in the streets. no one was seriously hurt. people we spoke to at the protest say they know the demonstration won't change the election results, but they wanted to show their frustration. back to you. >> tim, thank you. melinda: and new from overnight, people in madison also took to the streets showing their dissatisfaction with the election. hundreds of people marched to the state capitol overnight. they held signs and chanted to make their voices heard.
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officers were at the scene the entire time. some of those protesters said they will continue to fight against trump for the next four years. ben: there were even more protests across the country overnight. police in portland, oregon say it turned into a riot when protesters broke windshields. someone used a bat to smash a woman's windshield and other vehicles had windows shattered during the protests. protesters also blocked streets in portland. 26 people were melinda: right now, president-elect donald trump is looking ahead to his time in office. yesterday he was at the white house meeting with president obama. the two had a conversation about the transition of power and the z responsibilities that come along with being president. obama promised to help trump be successful and trump had some kind words for obama. >> i very much look forward to dealing with the president in the future, including counsel. >> it is important for all of
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regardless of political preferences, to now come together, work together to deal with the many challenges that we face. melinda: first lady michelle obama and melania trump also met yesterday behind closed doors. both meetings are traditional parts of passing the torch on to the next first family. ben: wisn 12 news time is 6:34. new from overnight, a greenfield home is damaged after a car crashed into it. it happened around 8:00 last night near 92nd and plainfield. police say an suv went through a fence, rolled over, and crashed into a house. there were people inside the house at the time, but no one was hurt. police say alcohol may have been a factor in the crash. melinda: looking ahead now, lawmakers will talk about milwaukee's water supply and how to keep your family safe. hilly mintz is live with a look ahead. good morning, hillary. reporter: good morning, melinda. the task force is meeting this
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the solutions to lead problems, possibly lurking underground. the lead pipes and faucets could allow the toxic chemical to seep it. they are looking additives and looking at the filters. a group will be protesting at the meeting and calling for the officials to do more. that the long term fix could mean they have to replace all of the lead lateral pipes and that could take years, that meeting is happening at 9:00 a.m. at city hall. >> today is veterans day. many businesses are offering free services to veterans, including the harley davidson
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there is a ceremony at the milwaukee county war memorial at 10:30 this morning. ben: later today, macy's is inviting people to write letters to santa and drop them off at the store. every year macy's partners with the make-a-wish campaign. for every letter dropped off or filled out online, the store donates one dollar to make-a-wish. today the mayfair macy's is kicking off the campaign with a pep rally featuring the bucks dancers and bango. now to the morning commute matt up in news chopper 12. matt? >> we are over brookfield right now and 94 eastbound, westbound, what is missing? no delays. no troubles headed to the construction zone. things are moving smoothly. just ten minutes from moreland road. it is an easy friday morning roll in. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you.
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melinda: new this morning, what started with florida deputies chasing a suspect turned into a rescue mission. ben: the car was connected to a shoplifting investigation so deputies started chasing. eventually the man jumped out of the car and ran through some trees into a retention pond. he started struggling and two deputies jumped in to help. when they pulled him to shore, the man didn't have a pulse. deputies performed cpr and saved his life. now the suspect is thanking those deputies. >> also new this morning, a semi truck catches fire in california and causes a bigger problem. melinda: the flames quickly spread from the truck to the grass nearby. the fire covered about an acre. fire crews put that fire out about an hour later. it caused a traffic headache for people in the city of industry, california. >> an american symbol ends up trapped in a drain. ben: we're talking about a bald eagle. a crowd cheered as the eagle was pulled from the drain in florida. wildlife experts say two eagles
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then fell and got stuck in the drain. one was able to fly away on its own. the other had to be pulled out. after a check-in with a vet, the bird will be set free. >> wisn 12 news time is 6:38. using boiling water as a weapon. >> the football player that is hurt after being attacked by his girlfriend. >> plus, boycotting new balance. people are burning the shoes and sharing the evidence on social media. why they're lashing out against the company. ben: and a walk in the woods turns into a presidential encounter. the powerful people one hiker encountered and why her story is
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>> welcome back to "wisn 12 news this morning." a suntastic sunrise.
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a sliver of sunshine before being covered up by the colloids. it is chilly across the state. marquette, michigan a little white there. not expecting snow to stick in that direction. statewide temperatures 30s in the north. 50 in milwaukee. we are not seeing the temperatures rising much. we are take a look to the all important weekend forecast coming up. first though, we are going to matt for the matt? >> right now looking at 94 eastbound, westbound, 27th street in the middle of the frame. head lights are headed to the west. a little brake tapping near the zoo. east bound no sweat right now. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. melinda: protests against president-elect donald trump are sweeping the country. last night they made it to
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huge crowds gathered and taking to the streets. tim is in the news room and following the latest information. tim: the protesters marched downtown last night carrying signs and chanting. the protests were mostly peaceful except for one fight that broke out. some parents brought young children to see the protests. protesters told wisn 12 news that they know marching won't change the outcome of the election, but they want to make their voices heard. police say no one was hurt or arrested. ben: two civil war monuments in virginia have been defaced by people protesting trump. the monuments are to jefferson davis and matthew fontaine maury, both confederate leaders. someone spray painted the statue with the message your vote was a hate crime. police in richmond, virginia are looking for the people responsible. ben: donald trump has responded to the protests via twitter. he sent out this message last
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he called the election very open and successful while saying that the protests are unfair. i love the fact that the bro testers have a passion for this great country. melinda: protests are now breaking out against the shoe maker new balance because of their stance on donald trump. an executive for the company says he supports donald trump and his stance on the trans-pacific partnership. some people say that trade deal would hurt american jobs. customers have started posting videos on social media showing them burning new balance shoes. ben: now that he's president-elect, donald trump's clothing line will not be back on macy's store shelves. the store dropped trump's clothing line last year. macy's ceo says they have no plans to bring the line back. he says if hillary clinton were to start a clothing line they wouldn't carry that either because they don't want to make a political statement. melinda: hillary clinton hasn't made any public appearances since she conceded to trump, but
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a hiker who is also a clinton supporter says she ran into the former candidate while walking in the woods. clinton was walking her dogs at the time with her husband, former president bill clinton. the hiker posted pictures online hoping it would make disappointed democrats smile. >> you know, it was a very dark day for a lot of people yesterday, so this was a very hopeful and encouraging moment for me, that is really why i posted the melinda: the hiker said clinton asked about her daughters but didn't talk politics. >> a woman pours boiling water on a college football player. the athlete is florida international tight end smith. the nfl draft prospect suffered severe burns during the incident. the girlfriend is now behind bars charged with aggravated
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people accused of murdering an american tourist. last week julian jones was visiting toronto with some friends for a bachelor party. police say that after 2:00 a.m., they were attacked outside a bar. >> the thern exiting the lounge and the deceased and friends were set upon by a group of males that wanted to fight. the decreased became separated fwr his friends. ben: police say jones unconscious a short time later and died at a hospital. jones' father says he was about to graduate from college and was planning to get married next year. two men are facing second-degree murder charges. ben: new this morning, a family in florida is thankful after their dog survived an alligator attack. this is hazel. her family thought they'd lost her when a gator dragged her into a canal near their home. the family threw rocks at the alligator hoping it would let hazel go. when that didn't work they tried
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> at that point, my dad laid down, mom grabbed his ankles. he reached for the dog, pulled it out of the water. the gator finally let go. ben: they rushed hazel to the vet. the dog is recovering now and will survive. neighbors say they see gators as long as eight feet in the canal but that so far, officials haven't done anything about it. melinda: today on ellen the creator of the broadway smash hit hamilton stops by and helps ellen rap about some everyday situations. >> you know en shopping cart with the wheel keeps turning and turning and turning. so aggravating. ?? >> sriracha, ciroc vodka, can't find it in the supermarket i gocha. fall on the floor squeaky wheel please clean up on aisle four. melinda: you can hear more of lin-manuel miranda's freestyling today at 4:00 on ellen. >> he should do that for a
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>> maybe so. then stick around for wisn 12 news at 5:00 with patrick and toya. wisn 12 news time now is 6:57. we have a lot of athletes that do amazing things, but tim every now and then one comes along that steals your heart. >> yes, it is a warm and fuzzy feeling and i am sharing the story tonight on wisn news at 10. >> the talent he has is >> he's woun proud coach and talking about the star athlete. he runs for the university of wisconsin milwaukee track team. how he is suceeding is a story worth sharing. >> you have been working on this story for a while now. >> yes, we have made the calls and set it up and saving the best for tonight.
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defined by the disabilities. tune in for that. it is amazing the way he's beating the odds. we promise it will make you feel good. >> can't wait to watch it. >> okay, so talk about the elephant in the room. the cold. not too cold. >> yes, 15-20 degrees colder than the third record high set yesterday for the month of november. back to reality today. highs either side of 50. this is pretty typical for this time in november. it is just a drastic change with the chilly breeze and grab a coat. a colorful sunrise. thank you nancy for the photo. she's up in the fox point area. notice the tree and the clouds
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sun. if you have a photo to share tweet me. 50 degrees. again, we don't really see any temperature moving. some clouds filled in. haven't seen the rain out of forecast today, 50. that is it for milwaukee. upper 40s inland. have a coat or the jacket ready. the kids notice the change at the bus stop. 20s inland. low to mid 30s along the lake shore. here is the the weatherwatch 12 week ahead. after a chilly start on saturday, warming up to the low
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60 on sunday. sunday the pick day of the weekend. going through next week. a couple of clouds on tuesday. generally dry until friday and saturday. the system will be moving into the midwest. until then, pretty quiet throughout the weekend. now to matt up in news chopper 12. >> we are looking down at 43, 94 northbound, southbound. holt under the freeway. the volume is no delays between the airport and downtown just yet. looking good. no delays on 94 eastbound. looking clean throughout the construction zone. slow around 84th street out through the zoo. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> matt, thank you.
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orlando. tim: the orange county sheriff's office in florida released the cbodycam footage. this was taken hours after the attack that killed 49 people at the lgbt nightclub. officers were searching the club and laying out stretchers for victims. this video has been edited to avoid showing bodies of those victims. omar mateen was the gunman that night in june. he was shot and killed by police. ben, back to you. ben: pulse nightclub could soon belong to the city of orlando. the city has negotiated a deal to buy the club for two and a quarter million dollars. permanent memorial to the victims. orlando's city council has to sign off on the deal. they'll consider it next week. >> wisn 12 news time now is 6:52. "g.m.a." has the national and international headlines coming up. >> first, a look outside from news chopper 12. a gorgeous sunrise through the
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>> welcome back. 6:55. >> here is a look at the top headlines, streets in milwaukee re-opened this morning after antidonald trump protest and march. police say that most remained peaceful, but a confrontation at red arrow park. >> new, racine police are investigating a death, one
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near roosevelt and bird. they are looking scomboo how the person died and more details coming out later today. >> a person is hurt after a house fire in kenosha this morning. police say that one person was taken to the hospital. no word on how that fire started. >> later today, keeping the water safe for your family. that is the goal of the meeting happening today at city discuss the lead pipes. >> now, here is matt with traffic. good morning, matt. >> good morning, everyone, we are looking down at layton avenue and i-94 near the michele interchange. no delays. we are delay free across the system.
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lights toward the zoo interchange. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> a change overnight, a chill in the air this morning. the winds from the north. gusty. up to 26 miles per hour. 49 is the average high. that is where we are right now. we are starting to add the feels-like temperatures in. >> oh, no. >> i would have a jacket on the kids this morning. >> first of all, happy day. a big thank you to the vets out there. >> special treat on "g.m.a.",
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good morning, america. breaking overnight, riots in the streets. >> hey, hey, hey. >> violent anti-trump demonstrations break out again nationwide. as donald trump both praises and attacks the protesters on twitter, calling them [ chanting "we hate trump" ] and he makes peace with president obama at the white house. >> i had the opportunity to have an excellent conversation with president-elect trump. >> his wife, melania, sits down with the first lady and the transition underway and our first private look at hillary clinton after her loss. state of emergency. more than 30 wildfires burn through the southeast forcing evacuations, torching thousands of acres.

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