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>> now on wisn 12 news -- andy: breaking overnight, former cuban leader fidel castro the announcement garners mixed reaction around the world this morning. plus, up for a recount, a historic request by the green party putting wisconsin back in the political spotlight. good morning, and welcome to wisn 12 news "this morning." it's 5:00 a.m. on this saturday, november 26. let's get your day started with a look at your forecast. here's weatherwatch 12 meteorologist, jeremy nelson. what is the second half of the holiday weekend looking like? jeremy: clearing skies, and that means do not forget your sunglasses. they may not be needed for several hours, but we will see
the area. finally some sunshine in the forecast. cloudy in milwaukee, on the cool side, but tolerable. 34 with the latest of southwest breezes. the southwest wind will pick up by mid day helping to scoot the clouds out and give us afternoon sunshine, pushing temperatures into the middle to upper 40's. sunday's forecast, then a rainy start to the work week we'll get to that in a few minutes. andy: thank you. breaking news from overnight the , former leader of cuba, fidel castro has died. abc' looks back on his half century reign of the only communist government in the western hemisphere. >> the dell castro was born august 13, 1926 in cuba. he was educated at private catholic schools and studied law at the university of havana. he was an activist for the poor
he ruled cuba for four years with an iron fist. >> i feel honored to be a communist, and i hope i will be until the last breath. >> in 1960, fidel castro joined forces with the soviet union. in 1961, president john f. kennedy approved an invasion force of 1300 cuban exiles who went ashore during the bay o in 1962, american spy planes discovered the soviets put nuclear missions in cuba. navy vessels moved in and the soviets backed down in exchange for a pledge that they would not attack cuba. in 19 80,000 braved rough seas
dollars from soviet assistance in trades leading to widespread shortages and rationing. in 2000, more complex with the u.s. the a's focused on castro during a fight over the fate of a five-year-old cuban boy. in 2002, george w. bush announced a new cuba. he would maintain the embargo unless castro stepped down. >> candidates the freedom to organize, assemble, and speak. >> in 2006 castro handed over some power to his younger brother as he battled health problems. even tv celebrated his 80th birthday, including a visit from the venezuelan president. many are wondering if the communist government that castro worked to hold together will
will have much more on the death of fidel castro. tune in starting at 6:00 a.m., right here on wisn 12. more breaking news overnight, milwaukee police are investigating a homicide on the city's northside. this happened last night around 9:30 on north 16th street between ring and concordia. officers responding to a shotspotter call in the area found a man who had been shot. the victim died despite milwaukee fire department's lifesaving efforts. police tell wisn 12 news a developing this morning, a father and his 9-year-old daughter killed in a crash in racine county. police now have a suspected drunk driver in custody. the crash happened last night along 4 mile road and old farm road in caledonia. police say a truck slammed into the back of a car making a left turn. inside the car, a 39-year-old man and his 9-year-old daughter both died. a 6-year-old in the car survived and was taken to a hospital. as investigators work to determine how fast the truck was
truck, a 25-year-old man from racine, was arrested on two counts of homicide by intoxicated use of a vehicle. in hales corerns, a police sergeant's dashcam captures a dramatic crash. happening near 76th and layton in greenfield after the driver refused to stop. wisn 12 news' adrienne pederson reports. adrienne: early wednesday morning, a car speeds past hales corners police sergeant anthony henner on west forest home. he starts to follow before turning on his lights. the driver exits at layton avenue, but refuses to stop leading sergeant henner the wrong direction toward 76th street. moments later, the suspect runs a red light and slams into an suv, taking out a sign and retaining wall >> the vehicle just made contact with another vehicle at 76th and leighton.
: out the passenger side. >> get away from the vehicle. >> as the car goes up in flames, sergeant henner chases the suspect, jumping a retaining wall. greenfield officers then arrive to help and arrest the driver who started the chaos. sergeant henner helps two men hurt in the suv. >> i am going to try to get you out of here. the vehicle is on fire. adrienne: amazingly, those two men were not seriously hurt. police tell us the suspect in custody is a 20-year-old man from milwaukee. andy: presidential election, wisconsin is back in the political spotlight. the green party has officially filed for a recount here, and is expected to do the same in two other states. the move comes after some election-watchers saw what they call statistical anomalies in wisconsin's vote totals and discrepancies with exit poll numbers.
machines. >> we have an election system that relies on computerized electronic equipment which is wide open to hacks, so it's -- so it has very primitive security from a decade or so ago that is not trained in security. it is extremely vulnerable. americans deserve to have confidence in our vote. andy: wisconsin elections hacking voting machines would be close to impossible. as for the other states with narrow election night margins, the deadline to file for a recount in pennsylvania is monday. michigan's deadline is wedensday. by federal law, final vote totals must be in by december 13. despite the recount, president-elect donald trump's transition process continues. he announced two other appointments yesterday. now we're waiting to see if milwaukee county sheriff david clarke will be a part of his administration. sheriff clarke will meet with trump monday at trump tower in new york. that's according to a republican
clarke was extremely vocal about supporting trump during the campaign. a spokesman told 12 news last night clarke has no comment on the meeting. for the 4th time in six years, the badger football team is headed to the big 10 championship game. the iowa hawkeyes helped them out in a game you may have seen right here on wisn 12. the badgers take on minnesota 's golden gophers this afternoon at 2:30. then next week, big sports' stephen watson is headed to indianapolis for the big 10 championship. look for his livpo saturday on wisn 12 news, including right here on big 12 sports saturday at 6:30 p.m. after black friday, shoppers are encouraged to think small. it's small business saturday. shoppers are encouraged to visit local stores, instead of spending all of their money at the national chains. many local businesses are participating. experts recommend checking local business websites for online deals as well.
annual urban garage sale. for the first time ever, the event is being held at the mitchell park domes annex. the event gets underway this morning at 10:00. this year's urban garage sale features 65 local vendors. admission is $5. wisn 12 news time is 5:09. black friday may be over, but the sales are just getting started. how you can get a cheaper vacation this spring break. plus, a small animal bringing big smiles to people in southeast wiscn. where tinker will be later today. and here's jeremy nelson in the weather center. jeremy: tinker is a huge fan favorite here. weather-wise, what about a big weekend warm-up? how far temperatures climb, coming up. you are watching wisn 12 news "this morning." >> like, comment, and share with the news team you trust. like wisn 12 news on facebook
and weatherwatch 12 meteorologist jeremy nelson. wisn 12 news "this morning" continues. andy: we are following breaking news. former cuban leader fidel castro died at the age of 90. news of the former cuban leader's passing came with some celebration in parts of miami. thousands of cuban's flocked to miami and south florida during castro's 49-year rule of cuba. plans for castro's funeral will be announced later today. an explosive in syria has been identified. senior chief petty officer scott dayton of virginia died thanksgiving day. it's the first american casualty since special forces were deployed there last year to fight isis. right now in israel, wildfires are burning across the country. firefighters say the fires are mostly under control. some people are returning home this morning after being forced to evacuate. police have detained at least 12-people. they say some fires were set deliberately. new information about the school
tennessee. in the weeks before the crash, several people complained about the bus driver. records released by the school district include written complaints by students. one saying the driver would stop the bus suddenly to make students hit their heads. another wrote "we need seat belts." the driver is charged with vehicular homicide. protests continue in north dakota over a controversial oil pipeline. more than 30 people were arrested yesterday outside a mall. at least one native american protesters to boycott stores in the state's capital. earlier this week, protests turned violent. now the army corps of engineers is ordering all protesters to leave the construction site by next weekend. 12 news time is 5:14. black friday shoppers broke records yesterday but not in , stores. online sales surged past $1.9 billion. department store macy's says all of the extra traffic actually crashed its website.
holiday season to increase by 3.6% to $655.8 billion amazon is already unveiling some of its cyber monday deals. the online retailer will roll out more than 75,000 sales. the deals will continue throughout the week on a variety of products, including toys, electronics, video games, and books. and if you're looking for travel deals, you may want to log in on cyber monday. experts say slow summer travel sales should result in airfare hotel cost cuts. some deals may even last through the first week of december. some retail workers are going viral this holiday season. this is a group of target employees in jersey city. they decided to do a black friday version of the mannequin challenge. an employee who shot the instagram video says it put everyone in a good mood and made
still on black looking ahead, friday. bmo harris bank is unveiling its annual holiday display at its downtown water street location. it's the 44th year for the project. the theme for 2016 is an up north holiday. the display is free and open to the public. it officially opens monday and runs through january 3. the bank is donating $5 to feeding america for every visitor that stops by. later today, it's the annual christmas parade in downtown grafton. it kicks off at 11:00 this morning. wisn 12 news adrienne pederson and meteorologist lindsey slater will be there to wave to the crowd. this is the 37th year for the parade. the salvation army's bell-ringing horse is back in action today. you can see tinker and leave a donation in his red kettle from noon until 2:00 at the cabela's in richfield. all of those sites and sounds
something we want to do here. before we get to the holiday forecast, we want to say welcome andy. andy: it is good to be back in the wisconsin area. jeremy: we are all thinking about the dry weather wrapping up travel plans on saturday and sunday. both days will be dry. we will add sunshine into the forecast closer to midday the state. saturday and sunday, the roads will be wet and maybe even puddles as we expect a rainy system. cathedral square is lit up for the holiday season. 34 degrees is average lows in the middle 20's for much of southeastern wisconsin and we have stayed so far above that in the 30's recently for overnight lows.
. concordia university, the light southwest breeze at three-miles-per-hour. there is a veil across the area that will scoot east. further west, this is the system that will drop a good rainmaker across the badger state when we go into saturday night, sunday, monday, and tuesday. rain near san francisco and seattle will dive down into low pressure in the central plains and deliver rain here as early as a. we have a warming trend today and sunday. middle to upper 40's, the average is 41. mild era, a great day to burn off the calories you gained on escaping with a run or jog in the middle to upper 40's. the wind southwest at six to 14. let's talk about the changes to
clouds. some patchy fog across the badger state with temperatures tonight in the lower to middle 30's. 3:00 on sunday, we may start with sunshine the clouds will fill in with rain rushing in our direction sunday evening. you probably need an umbrella starting late sunday evening, sunday night, through monday and tuesday with on and the steadiest rain may exit by the time of the morning commute on monday, but the roads will be wet. this is rainfall forecast through midday on tuesday, probably .5 inches to one inch of rain. this is rain and not a snow maker because temperatures on monday and tuesday have highs topping out near 50 with nighttime lows in the 40's. moving into wednesday, thursday,
is above average. there could be snowflakes as we finally settling more seasonal weather with upper 40's to lower 30's. -- upper 30's to lower 40's. andy: some may even be wearing shorts and foot flops. not me. wisn 12 news time is 5:20. a holiday weekend on the big screen, and one animated film is taking over the box office.
andy: as we mentioned before the fans, advance tickets for "rogue one" go on sale this coming monday. the official star wars tweeted the news yesterday. "rogue one" is a prequel to the classic star wars story. it hits theaters december 16. disney's "moana" is breaking records its first weekend in theaters. entertainment tonight's kevin frazier gives us a sneak peak. kevin: this week, dwayne johnson does some serious singing as the heroic demi-god, maui, helping the latest and toughest disney princess on a mission to save her island home in "moana."
will journey to find the demigod maui, and together they will save us all. kevin: in disney's moana, dwayne johnson is maui, the heoric demi-god with a little bit of an ego, who helps moana, who is voiced by a virtual movie newcomer, a teenager from hawaii whose name, well, i'll let her pronounce it. >> auli'i cravalho. it's ow, like you stub your toe, li like bruce lee, and then you add another e. auli'i. kevin: becoming a hero in her first ever movie was a dream come true. >> i think moana is such an amazing character. she's such a beautiful heroine, and i'm really excited for people to see her on screen. they chose me for a reason. kevin: and for dwayne johnson, getting behind the microphone to really sing it out was a little nervewracking, but he was helped along by one of the movie's composers, tony award winning lin-manuel miranda. >> it was unlike anything i've
go on talk shows and fun we'll sing a little bit, break out the guitar. i grew up singing. we come from a singing family, but never in a studio. never with one of the world's greatest genuises writing the music. lin-manuel wrote the song. lot of pressure, but it was awesome >> you're looking at him, yo. kevin: he prepared for that day in the studio the way he prepares for his action roles. so he came in and he knew the song cold, so there was no teaching. >> you're welcome, you're welcome. kevin: for entertainment tonight, i'm kevin frazier. now back to you in the studio. andy: thank you. wisn 12 news time is 5:25. a little extra pocket change. how you can earn some holiday spending cash with a little luck. plus, safe and sound. a california mother is back home after allegedly being abducted. now her family is speaking out. here's a live look outside as we head to break. stay with us.
>> now on wisn 12 news -- andy: i am andy choi. it is saturday, november 26. we will start by checking with jeremy nelson in the weather center. jeremy: the forecast, a lot of people traveling today and tomorrow across the badger state . looking outside the weather cloudy, 32. not a lot of wind to speak of. they have been close to five miles per hour. temperatures are fluctuating a handful of degrees. 31 in port washington. 30 in sheboygan. lake geneva and kenosha, middle 30's. out the door, clouds this morning. sunshine by mid day continuing through the afternoon.
sunday. we will talk about the rainy system on monday in a few minutes. andy: breaking overnight -- before we go to that, when you're on the go this weekend, take the weatherwatch 12 forecast with you. just download the wisn 12 news app. it's free for your smartphone or tablet. breaking overnight, former cuban leader fidel castro has died. his brother and cuban president raul castro announced his death overnight. fidel castro led the island nation for almost half a century, heading the only communist government in the western hemisphere. during that time castro survived a tough u.s. trade embargo designed to topple him, as well as numerous assassination attempts. notable moments in castro's reign include the bay of pigs invasion in 1961 and the cuban missile crisis the next year that nearly caused a nuclear war. plans for a funeral will be announced later today. fidel castro was 90-years-old. castro's death is getting a mixed reaction around the globe. overnight, police blocked off
waving flags and celebrating. castro was critical of recently improved cuba u.s. relations. in march, president obama became the first sitting u.s. president to visit the communist nation in nearly 70 years. the president reopened ties with cuba in 2014, ending more than 50-years of tensions. castro commenting on president obama's historic trip to the country earlier this year, saying in a letter to state media, "we don''t need the empire to give us any presents." president obama did not meet with fidel castro during his 3-day visit. for the first time in the state's history, a presidential recount will be performed in wisconsin. green party presidential candidate officially filed for the recount yesterday. the move comes after reports of statistical anomalies in wisconsin's vote totals, and discrepancies with exit poll numbers. >> we are not doing this to the benefit of one candidate over the other.
of the american public, so we can trust that our votes are counted. andy: jill stein's campaign has also been raising money online to cover the costs of recounts in michigan and pennsylvannia. the deadline to file for a recount in pennsylvania is monday. michigan's deadline is wedensday. by federal law, final vote totals must be in by december 13. at last check, the green party has raised nearly $5.5 million to pay for the recount effort. they set a fundraising goal of meanwhile, trump's transition team has announced two new appointments. campaign attorney donald mcgahn has been named white house counsel, and fox news analyst k.t. mcfarland as deputy national security advisor. neither position requires senate confirmation. looking ahead, milwaukee county sheriff david clarke will meet with trump on monday in new york. that's according to a republican national committee official. it's not clear if clarke will be offered a position in the trump
trump is meeting with a variety of candidates. clarke was extremely outspoken about supporting trump during the campaign. he has made no public comment on the meeting. this morning, a man is dead after being shot on the city's northside. milwaukee police responded to a shotspotter call near 16th and concordia avenue around 9:30 last night. that's where they found the injured man. lifesaving efforts were unsuccessful and he died at the scene. police say they do have a suspect in custody this morning. this morning, an investigation is underway after a father and his 9-year-old daughter were killed in a crash in racine county. it happened near 4 mile road and old farm road in caledonia last night. investigators say the 39-year-old had slowed down to make a left turn when the sedan was rear-ended by a pick-up truck. the 25-year-old driver of that truck is suspected of driving drunk and has been arrested. a 6-year-old child survived the crash and was taken to the hospital. investigators now working to determine how fast the truck was
>> contact greenfield. vehicle just made contact with another vehicle. andy: incredible dashcam video of a police chase through two milwaukee suburbs that ended in a fiery crash. it happened wednesday morning after a hales corners officer tried to make a traffic stop. the vehicle took off towards greenfield, speeding into oncoming traffic. the driver crashed into an suv at the intersection of 76th and layton. two men in that vehicle were not seriously hurt. police arrested a 20-year-old milwaukee man who was behind the wheel of the speeding car. a california mother has been found safe after spending more than 3 weeks held in captivity now police are searching for the kidnappers. shari papini was found injured and tied up along a rural road near sacramento on thursday. the 34-year-old has been reunited with her family and is recovering. relatives say they are happy to
>> we are overwhelmed with joy as how supportive everyone has been to bring us together as a family again. your help in keeping this a live on social media and national news was an intricate part in bringing her home. we cannot thank you enough. andy: police are looking for two women believed to be involved in the abduciton. two california inmates are still loose this morning after escaping through a jail window. officials say the two sawed through steel bars, and tied clothing together to rappel down from the second story on wednesday. both men face potential life sentences if they're convicted of the charges they were being held on. k-9's with the santa clara county sheriff's office are being used to track them down. this morning, a guard at the waupun correctional institution is recovering after being attacked by an inmate. it happened thanksgiving night. the prison was on a temporary lockdown. the guard was sent to the
to the attack or how badly the guard is hurt. right now, alzheimer's disease affects five million americans. it's hard especially on the caregiver. this morning, a one time governor of wisconsin is sharing his journey and tells wisn 12 news' kathy myklby that being a caregiver is the toughest challenge he has ever faced. kathy: for the first 43 year sweethearts grew up together. there are countless pictures of raising four children, living in the governor's mansion, the joy of grandkids. >> you have to let go. kathy: for some 12 years, marty and elaine schreiber have faced a painful, exhausting plunge into the heartaches of alzheimer's disease. now, elaine will point out the same flower day after day. another day, she might think marty is her dad.
>> you have had a lot of jobs. you have been a governor, run a company, you have been a caregiver, how do they compare? >> well, nothing can compares -- nothing compares with being a caregiver. kathy: in his book "my two elaines," written together with cathy breitenbutcher, marty hopes to encourage caregivers to stop thinking they can go it alone. they must get as much help as possible. something he resisted at first. having difficulty breathing, all kinds of issues. finally, because elaine made that call, i was able to understand the need to get help. kathy: they turned to alzheimer's association of southeastern wisconsin. >> out of the top 10 killers, it is the only one that cannot be
someone is in the same boat can make a huge difference. >> if you understand the disease you can avoid a significant amount of pain and heartache. you know the brain is broken. kathy: one of the toughest challenges was moving you lane to a care facility to allow her to be who she is now. >> there is no way that i could operate facility. elaine is in a setting with assistant living. she is more relaxed and more comfortable. i can get a decent night's sleep and spend more time with the grandkids and kids. kathy: almost 77, he visits almost daily and hopes to get another dance with the elaine he fell in love with when they were
andy: that is kathy mykleby reporting. more information is available at the alzheimer's association. give them a call at 1-800-272-3900. wisn 12 news time is 5:39. a tree from wisconsin makes its debut at the national capital. what kept this tree from taking center with your forecast. jeremy: the next chance of rain, when you will need an umbrella. you are watching wisn 12 news "this morning." >> get important local news wherever you are with wisn 12's
is 5:40 two on saturday, november 26 and we are waiting for the sun to come up on this second half of the holiday weekend. it is nice to have 4 days, right? jeremy: i think so. a lot of people are off and will be traveling today. it will be nice to have some sun in the forecast. do not forget the sunglasses, you will need them. a clearing line to the west of madison. before the sunshine reaches us in southeastern wisconsin. if you are traveling west, you will hit the sun sooner. we have clouds that are keeping temperatures up a little, 34. not much wind right now. a weekend warm-up, then a rainy system next week. could it change to snow? more in the seven day forecast, coming up.
wisconsin is at the white house, but not as the official christmas tree. we got demoted. first lady michelle obama and her nephews welcomed the tree yesterday. the balsim fir, harvested earlier this month in oconto, wasn't quite tall enough to sit in the blue room, so they replaced it with a tree from pennsylvania, but our wisconsin tree will still have a home somewhere in the white house. wisn 12 news time is 5:44. a holiday tradition is back in west allis. candy cane lane officially opened last night. the neighborhood lights up with holiday decorations every year. visitors are encouraged to donate to the macc fund. you can check it out from montana avenue to oklahoma avenue and 96th street to 92nd street. wisconsin's largest drive-through holiday lights event is also open for the holidays. country christmas is held at country springs hotel in waukesha county. it features over a million holiday lights along a mile-long
all in from the comfort of your car. don't forget to stop by the milwaukee holiday lights festival. you can check out decorations at cathedral square park, pere marquette park, and zeidler union square. wisn 12 is a proud sponsor. the displays will be up through the end of the holiday season. the green bay packers are looking ahead to their monday matchup against the eagles. there hoping to get the w against philadelphia. game, the packers defense has making up to do. >> you can see a lot of times on film that is there is a fumble we are close to it. you watch a lot of film in the league and you see guys getting balls right to them for a touchdown. you have to keep doing what you
will bounce your weight of eventually. andy: you can watch the game here on wisn 12. the badgers have officially clinched a spot in the big 10 championship, but before they battle for the conference trophy today they have to battle , minnesota to keep paul bunyan's axe in town. the badgers haven't lost an axe game in the last 12 match-ups, the longest run of dominance in this rivalry dating back more than a century. leading up to the matchup, team mascots goldy gopher and bucky badger have been exchanging jabs on twitter. this is one of the posts trending. right now from bucky. it says, "goldy, do you remember the last time you won the axe? here's a few things that were around back then to jog your memory." kickoff at camp randall is this afternoon at 2:30. i kind of miss the flip phone and blockbuster. jeremy: don't forget to rewind
it is nice to talk about the green and gold, the badgers, and paul bunyan's axe. i was away, and it is good to be back. thank you for making me feel so welcome. jeremy: you will be a great addition here on wisn 12 news. we have some sun back in the forecast. camp randall for the battle, you will want to bring the sunglasses. fi sunshine before he could stark. -- before it gets dark. an extra layer, grab the blanket, or bring a hat, 43. if you are staying local, clouds around this morning, then by midday into the afternoon, some sunshine with a mix of sun and clouds with wind southwest at 5.
per hour, so i little lighter. clouds above downtown milwaukee, 34 degrees. the clouds act like an insulating blanket keeping us from getting hold at night. that is the case statewide. overnight, the twin cities, you can see it is colder at 29. little 30's in southeastern wisconsin, madison 37. north 43. wausau, 34th. upper 40's in madison with lower 50's not far away. jumping into sunday's forecast for everyoneeaded home after the long holiday weekend, dry road. or d9 in madison, 48 in wisconsin. the clouds will gather across the area into sunday afternoon. shortly after that rain will spread across the state.
-- let's detail the changes. late tonight, after mid-night, fog could develop in various areas of the better state. an outside chance patchy fog in southeast wisconsin. it will be dry from sunrise through sunset. late on sunday after 8:00 or 9:00, showers approach. 10:00 in southeast wisconsin. then rain sunday night into monday morning. general showers take old monday. -- take hold on monday. this storm system will lift to the north. to warm -- too warm for snow. a narrow corridor of snow through the dakotas. the warm air will push highs by monday and tuesday to the 50's.
, a little more typical for this time as we close out november and welcome december. a couple of snowflakes for thursday and friday. that does not look like a big deal. hyundai's reign could be a half inch to one inch -- monday's reign could be a half inch to one inch. i have been getting questions on social media and via email. you can find that in the weather watch we came up with the numbers. andy: it is great to see one less overall -- one last hurrah . jeremy: do we keep some of the mild temperatures around for the winter? andy: i'm keeping my fingers crossed. moderation is key. wisn 12 news time is 5:50. coming up, have you ever thought about turning your hobby into a career? we'll introduce you to one local man who made that dream come
andy: welcome back to wisn 12 news "this morning." you are looking outside at 5:54. jeremy says it will be more mild for the second half of the holiday weekend. now that black friday is over, shoppers are being encouraged to shop small for small business saturday. the event was founded in 2010. the nationwide effort tries to mom & pop shops. many local stores offer special deals for the event. always a good holiday gift option, shoes. a shop in milwaukee carries some potentially rare finds. only on wisn 12 news, ben hutchison introduces us to business owner that has quite the collection >> the only thing i collected were pokemon cards. as i got older, i got into
he got into sneakers in a big way as a teenager. >> in college i bought pairs in tennessee. when i came home during the summer, i sold to my friends here. ben: he sold his collection and started an online business, and now has his own shop, trusted kicks, downtown. milwaukee. >> i wanted people to see things released in 1994. they also have a version released in 2014. ben: that includes a large from new, to used, common, and rare. customers can buy, sell, or trade. he wants to be able to mentor the youth. >> i advertise for them to come here. it also shows kids that if they put their mind to it, they have a chance to be entrepreneurs. ben: one of his customers, john henson of the milwaukee bucks. rico's constantly coming across high demand products. >> the 2011 nike mag is extremely rare.
michael j fox wore in "back to the future." the price tag right around $10,000. so we didn't work out a deal, but meeting new people and sharing his passion with others is what it's all about. >> seeing the shops open and know that i have a shot doing something that i love. ben: in milwaukee, ben hutchison, wisn 12 news. andy: rocking the hoverboard, i love it. rico also just opened a ot boutique next door. trusted kicks is located near water and michigan in milwaukee. if you're looking for some extra holiday shopping money, you might want to pick up a powerball ticket. no winning numbers were picked in wednesday's drawing now, the jackpot is about $403 million. the next drawing is tonight. should we start a pool? jeremy: i think there is one out there. andy: i missed it, then. jeremy: i'm not in it either.
andy: you might see a lot of us if wisn 12 news wins the powerball. jeremy: maybe some of our coworkers will take pity on us and give us a stocking stuffer. a lot of people will continue their shopping today. they may want an extra layer. 36 degrees with average lows in the 20's. today, upper 40's with a little but of sun.
good morning, america. breaking overnight, fidel castro who ruled the country for nearly half a century dead at age 90. his brother, the current leader, making the announcement. [ speaking a foreign language ] >> with the news reaction from cuba. now a national warning to florida's little havana overnight. the raucous scenes, celebrations in the streets. and the hopes for friends and relatives still in the country. >> i hope the cuban people from freedom tomorrow. >> his time in power. >> i am not afraid to say i am a communist. >> facing off against ten presidents, the bay of pigs and