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[captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org ] could could. [captioning made possible by wisn-tv] right now on wisn 12 news this morning. a father and daughter gone in an instant, how a community is coming together to support a family tornar a suspected drunk driver. plus, thieves trying to hack into your account on this busy shopping weekend. police found more skimming devices and what you can do. first, a live look outside on this sunday morning. foggy start to the day. good morning, and welcome to wisn 12 news this morning. 7:00 a.m. on this sunday, november 27th. i'm andy choi.
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a look at the forecast. and meteorologist sally severson is filling in for meteorologist jeremy nelson, gentlemen. sally: that is right. we have fog out there this morning. zero in west bend. coupled with chilly temperatures. what we're concerned about the potential for this freezing fog in place across portions of southeast wisconsin. here is a look at temperatures around the regan have a dense fog advisory. fond du lac, sheboygan. and slick spots are certainly responsible on the roadways with the patchy possible and the freezing temperatures. bridges, decks, ramps and overpasses. 29 at sheboygan, 34 degrees at the airport. now, here's a look. you can see downtown some fog about. between now and about 8:00 slick spots are possible with fog and
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early morning driversm between 8:00 and 4:00, grab the sunglasses, we get sun once the fog improves. and tonight, andy, rain. andy: all right. sally, thank you very much. the fog may have been a factor in a serious crash involving a truck in sheboygan county after 6:00 this morning on the southbound lane on highway 32. one lane is closed right now. according to life was called to the scene, but not able to launch because of the fog. we will keep you updated. this morning, remembering a father and daughter. their lives cut short this holiday weekend. a suspected drunk driver slammed into kevin dalley's car on friday night. and he and his daughter died.
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ben: it looks like any other saturday morning in this caledonia neighborhood. but feels very different. >> i was just devastated. ben: neighbors talking about the crash along four mile road. police are saying friday kevin dalley and two daughters slowed down to turn left and a suspected drunk driver slammed into them from behind. >> it is tragic it happed them. ben: all hard to comprehend. >> it is so close to home. ben: the suspect, a 25-year-old man from racine was arrested and is awaiting charges. >> it is really a sad tragedy we're called to know that kevin and his daughter emily had died. ben: lynn davis is a close family friend. he came to the dalley's home offering support. and a you caring page set up to
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expenses. in one day, $17,000 raised. the couple's youngest child is recovering from injuries. >> rosalie had one of her baby teeth knocked out and one other tooth loose, that is the worst of the scratches. she is very fortunate. ben: a family member is looking for privacy as they grieve. we have a link to their you care page on www.wisn.com. ben hutchison, andy: in addition to alcohol, speed played a part in the crash was new this morning more credit card skimmers found in wisconsin. found on friday morning at a bank, a credit union and drive up atm. two men were seen near the a.t.m. before the businesses were opened. the banks are looking if personal information was comp
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devices have been found in gas stations in green bay and madison. four men have been arrested in connection with the incidents. police are saying keep four things in mind to present becoming a victim. monitor your bank account, pay for few inside of the gas stations. purchase gas station gift cards in small amounts and use those cards paying at the pump. and cover the pin entry. today will be one of the busiest days on the roads, of course, families head home over the thanksgiving holiday. a.a.a. expects 49 million people will travel 50 miles or more throughout the weekend. most will be driving. and the peak travel time is between 11:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. today. accident alerts on the app is expected to see a 100% increase as well. local law enforcement agencies are stepping up efforts to make
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you get to your destination safely. 30 city and county democrats are conducting more o.w.i. patrols. 540 people have died on wisconsin's roads in 2016. wisn 12 news time 7:06. the wisconsin badgers heading to the championship game against month after a went over minnesota. what a way to cap off senior night. now, minnesota played like the better to a 69-yard kickoff return. and then the gophers had a 10-point half time lead. and the badgers knew they were in trouble, but the tone of the game changed right here, minnesota looking to take a 14-point lead. the pass was intercepted in the end zone. the first of four interceptions for the badger d in the second half. final score, 31-17.
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randall stadium talking to the players about a memorable night. sally: the final time this senior class ran out of the tunnel here at camp randall stadium. and several seniors stepped up in the badgers victory over the golden gophers on offense and defense. >> it is awesome seeing your, the guys that you grown up with, basically for the past four or five years, plays. >> i'm glad had to continue to go out there. >> this is the last time playing there with the home crowd. go out with a bang and have fun. >> overall, a lot of the guys just played really, really well. cory played well, vince played well, i mean, dary, the touchdown at the end, as far as the senior group put the team on their back and said we have to win this thing. and everyone else onboard.
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once we got past the first half, everybody relaxed. sally: that senior, leo, who gave a motivational speech at halftime and it obviously worked, the badgers beat the gophers and looking for next weekend with a big 10 title in indianapolis. stephanie sutton, wisn 12 news sports. andy: all right. the badgers win pace it is on december third in indianapolis. to the pros now, the green bay packers are ruled out lange and martinez, it does appear that ryan and randall will play. you can see the packers and the
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will be in philadelphia for the game. 7:30 tomorrow night right here on wisn 12 news. looking ahead, tomorrow the wisconsin elections commission will hold a special meeting on the effort to recount presidential election ballots in wisconsin. it was requested by jill stein. she is also asked for recounts in michigan and pennsylvania. this weekend hillary clinton's campaign joined tff campaign has no evidence the vote count was faulty. in a skype interview with "cnn," stein insisted she is not siding with hillary clinton calling for the recount. >> what is in this for us as voters? we need to know that our votes are counted. they are not being hacked and tampered with. as an independent political party. we need to know that our votes are being counted as well.
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pennsylvania should come later this week. president-elect donald trump is condemning the recount effort. in a statement from this transition team, he is calling it a scam and saying the election is over. he is spending the holiday weekend building his administration. he is set to meet with milwaukee county sheriff david clarke tomorrow. sticks, stones and brooms. you can go today to get a lesson on the ling hoe d curling. and later here comes the bride. a couple in georgia decided to skip the chapel and get married at a grocery store. here is meteorologist sally severson. sally: slick spots on area roads. we have a dense fog advisory. you're watching wisn 12 news
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are. new orleans police are saying gunfire broke out around 1:30 this morning on bergen street. police arrested two people on fire arms charges. one of them was injured in the shooting. police are trying to figure out if those two people were responsible for the incident. this morning flags are flying at half staff around havana, cuba, following the death of fidel castro. he died on friday night after ruling this country with airon fist for sick it is the end of an era. it unleashed a wave of celebrations in the cuban community. reporter: the streets of miami's little havana erupted with joy on saturday after news of the death of fidel castro, died at the age of 90, ruling cuba for five decades. cuban president ra?l castro
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friday. the cubans started celebrating immediately. >> not the death of a human being, but a dictatorship. and a change for tuba. a step in the right direction. reporter: the crowds remained in the streets and sang to the cuban flag. hoping that his death would mean change for cuba. >> a thing we have waited for, for 55 years. >> a huge change for our community. and a lot of things. good reporter: miami's mayor was on the streets as well. he struck a philosophical note about the death of the dictator. >> translator: i think this moment was transcendental, fidel castro was not just a dictator, but affected african-american generations of cubans. andy: president barack obama and donald trump are reaching out to the cuban people. president barack obama's
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cuban people. history will judge this singular impact on the people. and from donald trump, my hope is a day that marks moving away. wisn 12 news this morning 7:16. later today you are invited to take a look there's of the milwaukee curling club. members are hosting a two hour trial session today at 10:00 this morning and costs $25. the center is about 40 degrees. you're encouraged to wear a light coat or sweater and lightweight hiking and tennis shoes. and this morning a urban garage sale at the mitchell dome annex. there will be 60 vendors. admission is five dollars. and for one night only, you can check out the footage festival, showcasing odd and comedic
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thrift stores around the country. there is david letterman and a u.f.o. documentary. it starts at 7:00 tonight. looking ahead to tomorrow, the bmo harris banks annual holiday displace opens to families and runs through january 3rd. this has been a holiday
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we apologize for that technical difficulty. sally: thanksgiving turkey. andy, yeah trying to get it triptophane out of the system. a busy travel day. staye. sally: yes. talking about the hours today. we have sheboygan county involved in an accident. and the temperatures near or below freezing. a look at mequon, you can see the fog near lake michigan. now, 35 at mequon and a light southwest winds. here is a quick look at racine this morning. 35, conditions are improving
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come through. sun is up and we will get sunshine going. early this morning a real nuisance fog. it is very patchy in nature. many locations excellent visibility. and others lower visibility. near zero in washington county, and a mile near the marsh area in dodge county. so reporting a little bit of fog as well. western racine countiy reporting fog as well. with the fog and coupled temperatures at or below freezing sometimes you get a glaze on roadways and your front walk. so take it easy. my concerns are bridge decks, ramps, and overpasses. now, a dense fog advisory is in effect until 9:00. sheboygan and fond du lac and washington county. and again, the early morning fog and freezing temperatures may make for slippy spots. once the fog improvements and the sun is higher in the sky the
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conditions. broad low pressure is organized over the nation's west. this low, just north of the texas panhandle will be the weathermaker for overall it draws moisture from the gulf of mexico. we will see the clouds fill in for us. earlier this morning dealing with the fog. those conditions will improve. i think we get a few hours of sunshine for today and coupled with south winds the temperatures will climb to 50 degrees. here we are around noon. cloudy. and a large area of steady rain in hawaii and minnesota. by 9:00, you're going to hear a little bit more of the rain on the windowpane. it will be a steady rain overnight and heavy at times. and a potential of a rumble of thunder overnight. this is midnight for tonight. that main area of steady rain moves off for tomorrow. and left with a mostly cloudy skies. still could get a couple of
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we have round two tomorrow night. this is 9:30, a steeldally and light rain on monday night and early tuesday and dry out again for the remainder of tuesday. 50 for today. early morning fog to sunshine and then to showers. we get a little bit of everything today. and 43 for tonight. 48 for tomorrow. and a rainy day monday. andy tuesday is nights to me. partly cloudy skies and breezy. 50 degrees. a light mix by thursday. andy: loving the mild temperatures. sally, thank you. wisn 12 news 7:21. a cranberry wedding cake. the reason the couple thicked the thanksgiving-theme couldvert
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andy: wisn 12 news 7:24. new this morning divorce rates in the u.s. are at a 35 year low! this is according to the national center for family and marriage research at bowling green state university in ohio. researchers think the drop is due to an aging population, changing genger roles and the fact that not many people are getting married. marriage rates are stable, with 32 marriages for every 1,000
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highest marriage rate in the united states. speaking of love, a pair of newlyweds in georgia find their heavily ever after at the end of the check out line. they were married on thanksgiving inside of this grocery store in georgia. they ran into each other in the store four years ago he was back from a tour in afghanistan. the couple met a few times before, but didn't start dating until that faithful meeting. >> on thanksgiving day, he said, well to do is to give thanks to the lord for the old going out and the new coming in. andy: love that line. the wedding cake was tom would cannel buried. the item he was searching for when the couple met. wisn 12 news time 7:25. protesters at the dakota access pipeline are standing their ground. next on wisn 12 news this morning, the new government order forcing them to leave
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a look live outside as we head to break. foggy conditions for parts of the area. low beams and slow speeds on the roads this morning. ?? we asked people to write down the things they love to do most on these balloons. travel with my daughter. roller derby. ?? now give up half of 'em. do i have to? this is a tough financial choice we could face when we retire.
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we could keep doing all the things we love.
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andy: good morning, everyone. welcome back to wisn 12 news. it is 7:28 on this sunday, november 27th. i'm andy choi. we will check in with meteorologist sally severson in the weather center. this busy travel day. and a lot of fog on the road. be careful. sally: you were saying the busiest travel time will be this afternoon. but heads up for the early morning drivers. we are patchy fog and freezing temperatures in between the two. sometimes you get a glaze on the roadways or your front walk. so take it easy early in the morning. bridge decks, ramps and overpasses for the potential for slippery spots. conditions are already improving some, but you can see patchy dense fog across sheboygan and washington county and also in dodge county. parts of waukesha and milwaukee .3-mile of visibility. this fog is variable in nature.
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and then run into a foggy area. coupled with temperatures near or below freezing. means you get the glaze. there are dense fog advisories now expanded to include milwaukee and waukesha county. and washington, sheboygan, and fond du lac counties until 9:00 this morning and conditions will begin to improve. low pressure will bring rain. that holds off until later tonight. the patchy fog and freezing fog this morning, break to a partly sunny. and a comeback after 3:00 this afternoon. with south winds and afternoon sun, we will make it to 50. and rain moves in for tonight. and a rainy day monday. we will time the showers coming up. andy. andy: thank you, sally. crews are on the scene of a serious crash involving a truck in sheboygan. it happened after 6:00 this morning in the southbound lane of highway 32. one lane is closed to the sheboygan sheriff's office. flight for life was called to the scene but not able to launch
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we will continue to keep you updated as more information becomes available. and following developing news out of new orleans this morning. 10 people are shot, one man is dead, after a shooting along a crowded bourbon street over night. details are limited at this time. but abc reports two people are in custody who may or may not have been connected to the incident. new information in the effort to recount presidential election ballots in wisconsin. the wisconsin elections is meeting tomorrow on how to deal with the situation. green party candidate jill stein filed the request on friday. yesterday, hillary clinton's campaign joined the effort. even though they are saying they have no evidence that the original vote count was faulty. and president-elect donald trump is condemning the vote. the recount effort in a statement from this transition team, donald trump calls the recount a scam and saying the election is over. and the other states with narrow election night margins the
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in pennsylvania is tomorrow. michigan's deadline is wednesday. by federal law final vote totals must be in by december 13th. an on-line petition to do away with the electoral college has 4 million signatures. this morning on upfront, mike gousha looks at the argument. illegal immigrant many departments are talking about getting rid of the electoral college. hillary clinton vote, but lost the collage on november 8th. the court ruling that could shake up wisconsin politics. our political analysts on what happens next in the case. plus, donald trump is saying the u.s. will pullout of the t.p.p. trade agreement. what it means for producers and consumers. coming up at 9:00 on upfront.
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week and followed by matter of fact. right now, president-elect donald trump is spending the holiday weekend choosing his administration and tomorrow he will meet with milwaukee county sheriff david clarke in new york. that's according to a republican national committee also. now, clarke was extremely outspoken about supporting donald trump during the campaign. he made no public comment on that meeting. the secret service may become the newest tenant in trump renting a whole floor. that would allow a 24/7 command most to be setup. donald trump is moving there, his wife, and 10-year-old son will stay after the inauguration. the going rate for the space is 1.5 million dollars a year. if the plan takes place, that would mean taxpayers would be paying for trump tower security. right now there is a number of
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d. cops protecting trump tower that costs $1 million away. someone renamed trump tower dump tower overnight. no comment from google this morning. cuba is observing nine days of national mourning after the death of fidel castro. last night cuban-americans took to the streets in miami to celebrate the former dictators death. robert rowe from orlando reports on the change many hope that will bring to the country. reporter: for many than half of a century fidel castro ruled over cuba. details of the dictator's death sparking life for many cuban-americans. >> it is a very special day, fidel castro destroyed their lives. reporter: two years old hat the time -- this girl fled from cuba
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bought as a symbol of hope. >> ( speaking foreign language ). >> translator: it means open when fidel castro dies. reporter: 50 years after the purchase, she prepares to pop the cork. >> they kept it year after year, that day never came for them. so they passed the bottle to me. reporter: the celebration started early with a crowd cheering. >> coming together to finally realize that she is reporter: former florida senate, martinez fled to american at 15, is saying it is over. >> the hope for the future, the hope that the future of the cuban people will be better than what the past has been under his rule. reporter: optimistic that the collusion of the communist regime in cuba is over. >> i'm not celebrating the death of fidel castro. i'm celebrating a new beginning. andy: that was robert lowe
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obama is saying in the coming days cubans will recall the past and also look to the future as they do, the cuban people must know they have a friend and partner in america. castro will be buried in santiago next sunday. wisn 12 news time 7:36. it is the final weekend of wisconsin's gun deer season. the nine-day hunt ends today at sundown. hunters can register their deer on-line. gun season is almost over, ski season is just getting started. in marathon county, hundreds of skiers and snowboarders hit the peak. they opened four runs yesterday and the slopes are also open at little switzerland. they have been making their own snow for a week now. there has not been enough snow to stick so far. dozens of homes in west allis are decked out for the holidays. candy cane lane is opened
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you can visit from 5:00 until 10:00. visitors are urged to donate to the mac fund. you can check it out every night. don't forget to stop by the milwaukee holiday lights festival. you which check out decorations of cathedral square park and union square. wisn 12 news is a proud sponsor. the displays will be up through the end of the holiday season. let's get to meteorologist sally good morning. sally. sally: slippery stops are possible early this morning, andy. especially bridges. heads up for the early morning
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camera. blue harbor in sheboygan, and visibility is good. closer to the like you can even see a little bit of the early morning sunshine. but we do have dense fog advisories and it does cover portions of sheboygan county. you can see just a little bit different here as we get a look at our camera mounted at the milwaukee the stuaccident heart and design. the third ward, a little bit of fog there. the fog this morning is really variable and patchy in nature. heads up for sy morning. bridge decks, ramps and overpasses. conditions are improving? . but the fog is thick in sheboygan and washington county, .3 at the airport. and temperatures otto below freezing will contribute to glaze on the roadways. so dense fog advisories andy until 9:00 and then a little bit of a sunshine today. andy: looking forward to it, sally, thank you. millions of americans are expected to travel at some point today, according to a.a.a. most
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airports are expected to be busy as well. for the first time, additional trains are running at night this weekend. that's the route between milwaukee and chicago. heads up if you plan to fly out of chicago in the next week. workers at o'hare airport are planning to walk off the job on tuesday. 500 baggage handlers, carbon cleaners, janitors and wheelchair attendants will go on strike. they are pushing for $15 an hour and union rights. and oil protesters in dakota are planning not to leave soon. the federal government cannot legally remove them. the army corps of engineers will close the lend on december 5th. wells fargo asked the u.s. district court in utah to force dozens of customers to resolve
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door hearings instead of court. wells fargo is being sued for opening 2 million unauthorized accounts. we have not thanksgiving thursday, black friday, and now small business saturday, that is left, of course, cyber monday. most retailers like wal-mart, target, khols and amazon have deals tomorrow. make sure that your shopping from a secure computer and using a trusted retailers site. don't fall for the too good to this morning the powerball numbers are in and we have a winner. no, not me, sally or above in the building. saturday's jackpot was $429 million due to a lot of last-minute ticket buying. and the ticket was sold in tennessee. the winning numbers were 17, 19, 21, 37, 44, and the powerball -- 16.
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the powerball. well -- sally: if you made your couple bucks back. andy: that is a win. we are winning with the mild temperatures. sally: we are, 50 degrees again a little bit later this afternoon. now, early this morning we're dealing with a little bit of freezing fog. we have patchy and very dense fog that developed in the last few hours across southern wisconsin, and with temperatures in the low 30's. sometimes we get a deposition on the roadways especiallid here is the visible, racine a mile. just north in milwaukee .3. again, this is very pockety, and patchy fog this morning, sheboygan and west bend reporting zero visibility as well. take it easy. low beams and slow speeds. with temperatures at or below freezing you get the slick spots on the roadways. the dense fog advisory in place until 9:00 and sheboygan, and fond du lac, and south into
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where the fog is. it is patchy and hit and miss almost every where in eastern and southern wisconsin. so take it easy today. once the fog improvements i think it will fairly rapidly. the sun is moving higher in the sky. you will see the south breezes pickup and -- sandwich in sunshine for today. but the clouds are making a move and cruising across iowa, this cloud deck will fill in for us mid to late afternoo and broad low pressure over the nation's west. the gulf of mexico is open to feed the system of moisture. for us it looks like rain later tonight. heal temperatures 28 at west bend, 30 at waukesha. and 31 at fond du lac. and sheboygan 29 degrees. so we'll get into the upper 40's to 50. and terribly cold air. there is none out there.
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and two rounds of rain, one overnight tonight and one tomorrow evening, monday evening and monday night. most will pickup in the neighborhood of a quarter to a half-inch, i would not be surprised to see a few locations come in with an inch of rain and fall heavily tonight. here is lunchtime, and sunshine, the clouds will fill in mid to late afternoon. you can see the rain across iowa, and edging into the minnesota. and fill into western and southern wisconsin after 9:00 to 10:00 for tonight. we might get a rumble of thunder. so you can see by midnight, this is a steady light to moderate rage. 7:00, mostly cloudy skies, and midst and drizzle and spotty showers around during the day on monday. this is tomorrow monday at noon. and take a look, after 5:00 hour as steady light rain during the evening hours for tomorrow night and then early tuesday.
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tuesday shame up nicely. no complaints of temperature. wednesday and thursday a light mix possible for thursday and highs closer to 40. but andy this morning our heads up for the patchy fog and freezing fog. andy: absolutely got to stay safe. thank you. new on wisn 12 news, a boy in florida is melting hearts for a special thanksgiving phone call. 5-year-old billy died 9-1-1 before the big family dinner on thursday, but was not to report a instead, he invited deputies to eat a thanksgiving meal with his family. when the officers did show up, they thanked billy for the invite, but reminded him to only call the number for emergencies. >> he thought he was in trouble and balling his eyes out. the cop calmed him down. and they liked it and to know that someone was thinking about them.
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them. andy: deputies snapped the pictures and shared the moment on their facebook page. of course it went viral with 3,000 likes. wisn 12 news time 7:47. this morning some of the hottest holiday toys. we get a look at what is flying off store shelves this season. >> what your favorite toy. reporter: han continue hicks' son made out their lists to reporter: the national retail federation is saying six and 10 americans or 137 million people will shop this extended holiday weekend. toys top the list. experts are sailing this is super bowl time for toymakers. >> toy manufacturers do a lot of focus groups with kids. they bring out their top three
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they have moms and dads come in and see their reaction. and use that data to figure out what do kids respond to. reporter: the top toys are lining the storm shelves and experts are saying what is old is new again. >> we have smurfs come back a few years ago. ninja turtles. reporter: my 5-year-old is into transformers. >> trolls are back. >> what is old reporter: the hottest new toy craze, the virtual reality headset and furbyerize back in action this season. retailers are saying get ready for a stuffed animal that the owner needs to nurture until they hatch. >> when we get them in, we are gets as many as 36 to 60. but then they are gone. yeah.
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four times the price you would normally pay. reporter: why do we feel we must get the toys? brian features in behavioral marketing at marquette. >> the social media amplified all of this. we now zero in on what the hot toys are faster than we have in the past. reporter: and social media createfo out. >> there is a lot of product people are very excited about and worried they will not be able to get if for their kids. and so you have a lot of people motivated by that. >> i think i'm a pretty smart shopper. reporter: sound advice for making wishes come true. melinda davenport, wisn 12 news. andy: love those toys. if you watch ellen, she is in the middle of the 12 days of giveaways. wisn 12 news viewers will have a
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prizes. that's right. all of them, go to www.wisn.com. scroll to the bottom to register. and watch monday for a new show to see what you could win. next on wisn 12 news, we will introduce you to our pet of the week who is looking for a new home here in southeast wisconsin. stay with us. you're watching wisn 12 news
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we asked a group of young people when they thought they should start saving for retirement. then we asked some older people this gap between when we should start saving and when we actually do is one of the reasons why too many of us aren't prepared for retirement. just start as early as you can. it's going to pay off in the future. if we all start saving a little more today, we'll all be better prepared tomorrow.
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andy: welcome back to wisn 12 news this morning. you're taking a live look outside. 7:54. and sally mentioned there is a little bit of fog on the roads so you want to be careful traveling back home. week. the wisconsin humane society is here with a pet in need of a new home. linda from the humane society is here with a kitten we like to share with you. hopefully you have the forever home for dew. we are wearing the same uniform. the team leash and the gray suit here. >> yeah. she likes you this morning,
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he is a staff favorite. our entire vet staff fell in love with him. he is such a lovey-dovey. he is 9-month-old. he is neutered and microchipped and vaccinated and be available at the milwaukee campus this morning when we open at 11:00. andy: very well mannered. >> very well-mannered. andy: around this time people are thinking of pets as gifts. so what should families think about? >> well, definitely come at a family together. it should be a family decision, hopefully, or parents can surprise their kids, too, that is a fun surprise. andy: talk about the responsibilities. >> exactly. the major player whose will be taking responsible. >> yeah. andy: right, if you want to help animals like dew, you have to give to the humane society. we had black friday, and cyber monday coming up -- but giving tuesday is not something that a
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>> right. hopefully, you got your good deals for yourself and family. but giving tuesday is really important. a global day for people to give to a cause that is near and dear to their hearts, like the wisconsin humane society. the cool thing about giving tuesday, this tuesday, on november 29th, let's say someone gives a $15 donation to wisconsin humane society, we have some amazing friends who will match that donation. and it will become without you having to spend a penny more . that is amazing. we hope that people will think about giving back to animals in need. we have so many that we care for. if you go to our website on tuesday, or you go to our phone number, you can donate there. we are -- our animals would be very grateful. andy: how can you say no to
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>> you can't. andy: give the friends that humane society a little bit of your heart this holiday. if you are interested in adopting him go to the milwaukee branch. we have more information posted on our website, www.wisn.com. wisn 12 news time 7:57. wedding bells on thanksgiving day, but not inside of a church. the unusual place one couple tied the knot. stay with us. you're watching wisn 12 news
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andy: right now on wisn 12 news a father and daughter gone in one instant. how a community is coming together to support a family torn apart by s driver. plus, thieves trying to hack into your account on this busy shopping weekend. police have found more skipping devices and what you can do to protect your information. but first, a live look outside on this sunday morning. a foggy start to the day. we're tracking when we may see the sunshine and when you might need the umbrella for the workweek. with that, good morning, and welcome to wisn 12 news this morning. top of the hour on sunday, november 27th. and let's get your day started
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meteorologist sally severson filling in for meteorologist jeremy nelson. sally: that is right. jeremy celebrating the big badger win from yesterday. we are dealing with patchy dense fog across southern wisconsin. a variable nature to the fog. some location the visibility is good and others visibility near zero. you can see lower visibilities, burlington and waukesha and at the airport, and across sheboygan and washington county as well. now, coupled with temperatures or below freezing we have been getting some freezing fog. dense fog advisories in place for another hour for sheboygan and fond du lac. and washington and waukesha counties. we're concerned about the fog and freezing temperatures and in between the two getting glaze on the roadways. so take it easy on bridges. low pressure is getting organized to our west. a rainmaker for us. not until a little bit later this afternoon and tonight.
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fog. 35 and fog at the airport, the winds out of the southwest. between now and 9:00 or so this morning slick spots are possible with the fog and freezing temperatures and then we get a little bit of sunshine going, andy, temperatures make it to 50 on south breezes. we will time the first rain showers coming up. andy: sally, thank you very much. the fog may have been a factor in a serious crash involving a truck in sheboygan. it happened at 6:00 this morning on the southbound lane of highway 32. one lane now, according to the sheboygan county sheriff flight for life was called to the scene but not able to launch due to the fog. we will continue to keep you up dated as more information becomes available. and this morning remembering a father and daughter, their lives cut short this holiday weekend. a suspected drunk driver slamming into kevin dalley's car on friday night. and he and his daughter died in the cash.
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and neighbors continue to offer their love and support. ben: it looks like any other saturday morning in this caledonia neighborhood. but feels very different. >> i was just devastated when i heard this. ben: neighbors talking about the crash along four mile road. police are saying friday kelvin dalley and two daughters slowed down to turn left and a suspected drunk driver slammed into them from behind. kevin and 9-year-old emily were both killed. >> it is tragic it hne they were good people. ben: all hard to comprehend. >> it is so close to home. ben: the suspect a 25-year-old man from racine was arrested and awaiting charges. >> it was really a sad tragedy we were called to know that kevin and his daughter emily had died. ben: lynn davis is a close family friend. he came to the dalley's home offering support. there is also a youcaring page
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with living expenses. in one day, $17,000 raised. the couple was youngest child is recovering from her injuries. >> rosalie had one of her baby teeth knocked out and one other tooth loose. but that's about the worse of the scratches that she had. so she's very, very fortunate. the other two were killed. ben: a family member is looking for privacy as they grieve. we have a link to the youcaring page on our website, wisn.com, ben hutchison, wisn 12 news. andy: police are saying speed played a part in the crash. this morning more credit card skimmers found in wisconsin. police found the devices friday morning at a bank, a credit union and drive up a.t.m. according to investigators two susufficient us men were certainly near the a.t.m.'s before the businesses opened but gone who officers arrived. and police are looking into if
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in the last month the swimming diseases were found at gas stations in green bay and madison. four men have been arrested. police are saying keep four things in mind to prevent from becoming a victim. look at your bank account. pay for fuel inside of the gas station. purchase gift cards in small amounts and cover that pinler entry with your other hand at all registers. today will be one of the busiest days as families head home after the thanksgiving holiday. a.a.a. expecting 49 million% will travel 50 miles or more throughout the weekend. most of them will be driving according to the traffic app the peak travel time is between 11:00 and 6:00 p.m. today. accident alerts on the app is expected to see a 100% increase. and local law enforcement
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efforts to get to your destination safely. more than 30 cities and counties are conducting extra patrols. turning now to the big 12 sports. in wisconsin badgers are headed to the big 10 championship game fresh off of a went over minnesota. what a way to top off senior night. and minnesota got an early 10-7 lead thanks to a kickoff mitch gave the goffer as 10-point half time lead with this three-yard touchdown run and the badgers came out flat knew they were in trouble. but the tone of the game changed right here with minnesota looking to take a 14-point lead. leo intercepts the pass in the end zone. the first of four interceptions for the badger "d" in the second half, and sparking wisconsin's
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big travel sports stephanie sutton was at camp randall stadium. sally: the final time the senior class ran out of the tunnel at camp randall stadium. and several seniors stepped up on offense and defense. >> it is awesome seeing the games you have grown up with basically for the past four and five years out there making plays. i'm glad i had the opportunity to go out there a >> everybody noticed this is the last time playing here, home crowd. come out with a bang and have fun. and everybody started to have fun. >> overall, a lot of the guys just played really, really well. cory played well. sentence played well, darcy getting the touchdown at the end. a lot of times just played, as far as the senior group, put this team on their back. and said we have to win this thing. and everybody else onboard. >> it was good to see a lot of seniors step-up.
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everybody relaxed and did what they do best. sally: that senior, leo, who gave a motivational speech at halftime and it worked. the badgers beat the gophers, in with the ax and ready it compete next weekend in indianapolis. stephanie sutton, wisn 12 news. andy: december 3rd in and tomorrow the wisconsin elections commission will hold a special meeting on the effort to recount presidential election ballots in wisconsin. the recount was requested by jill stein. she is also asked for recounts in michigan and pennsylvania. this weekend hillary clinton's campaign joined the effort even though the hillary clinton campaign says it has no evidence the original vote count was faulty. in a skype interview with "cnn"
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siding with hillary clinton calling for this recount. >> i would say what is in this for us as voters? we need to know that our votes are counted. they are not being hacked. they are not going tampered with. as an independent political party, we need to know that our votes are being counted as well. andy: a decision on the recounts in michigan and pennsylvania should come later this and donald trump is condumping the recount. saying it is a scamp and the e-- scam and the election is over. donald trump is scheduled to meet with milwaukee county sheriff david clarke tomorrow and now, weather watch weather. let's check in with meteorologist sally severson in the weather center. an important morning for the travelers this morning. sally: we are eyeing patchy dense freezing fog and slick
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andy: right now we're following breaking news out of new orleans. a man is dead following a shooting in the city's french quarter. nine homes are hurt, but investigators are not said how serious those injuries are. neor gunfire broke out around 1:30 this morning on bergen street. police arrested two people on fire arms charges. one of them was injured in the shooting. police are trying to figure out if the two people are responsible for the incident. this morning flags are flying at half staff around havana, cuba, following the death of fidel castro. the 90-year-old former cuban leader died on friday night after ruling this country with an iron first for 60 years.
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and for miami there was a wave of celebrations in the cuban community. reporter: the streets of miami's little havana, erupted with joy on saturday after news of the death of fidel castro. he died at the age of 90 after ruling cuba for nearly five decades starting in 1959. cuban president ra?l castro announced his brother's death on television on friday. and people started celebrating immediately. a death. but not the death of a human being, but a dictatorship. and a -- step in the right direction. reporter: the crowds cheer hopeful that fidel castro's death would mean change in cuba. >> it means loft for us cubans. >> this is huge change for our community and it, i think it is a lot of things, good things are
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out on the streets as well and struck a philosophical note about the death of the dictator. >> man: i think this moment is transdeadst, but fidel castro was not just a person or dictator. andy: well, president barack obama and president-elect donald trump are watching out to the cuban people. wisn 12 news this morning time 8:15. later today you are invited inside of the milwaukee curling club. club members are hosting a two-hour trial session today
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the center is 40 degrees. you are encouraged to wear a light coat or sweater and lightweight hiking or tennis shoes. and there is urban garage sale at the mitchell dome annex. there will be 60 vendors. admission is five dollars. and for one night only, you can check out the footage festival with hod and comedic videos found at garage sales and thrift stores the country. the festival starts at 7:00 tonight at the back room of the collect so. tomorrow -- colectivo building. before it gets looking a lot
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it is looking pretty foggy out there. sally: early this morning it is amazing the variability in the fog. some locations are getting a little bit of sunshine, i'll show them to you and others are socked in with fog today. where the areas are foggest, that is where the concern is for patchy freezing fog. with temperatures near or below freezing so take it easy and allow extra time. is our camera mounted at concordia university in mequon. a dense fog advisory until 9:00. we slip south to racine, 36 over 35 on the southwest breezes as well. light fog there. compare that sheboygan, right along the lake, our camera at blue harbor, a little bit more sunshine coming in, with 30 over 29. but certainly the potential exists for the foggy areas and
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temperatures near freezing. could get a little bit of that freezing fog in place. now, visibility, again, variable overall, but we have a light fog in place across much of southern wisconsin and dense fog advisories cover some of the area until 9:00, that includes milwaukee and waukesha county. 33 at bayview. and 28 at brown deer this morning. and sun has been up the better part of 40 minutes. with the sunshine, we will start and mixup the atmosphere. that's going to allow our temperatures to climb. elsewhere we have 32 at watertown. 35 at lake geneva. so here is a look at the dense fog advisory. sheboygan and fond du lac. and waukesha and milwaukee county until 9:00. keep in mind, watching a little bit of cloudiness move right up out of northern illinois and into southern wisconsin for today. now, the areas where we are
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break much in the way of sunshine. but i do anticipate some sunshine before low pressure is organized and makes a move to the north and east. with it we will see rain. so the clouds are filling in very rapidly for us this afternoon. here is 5:00. mostly dry. and a couple of stray light showers approaching around the 5:00 hour. this is 9:00. the large area light to moderate rain. central wisconsin and then over spreedathize east in the overnight hours. we might hear a heavy rain overnight and in the vicinity of midnight and a rumble of thunder as well. by 7:00, a lot of low cloudiness. and patchy fog again, the heavier rain moved off. spottier showers on monday, they will become more numerous again. a second wave tomorrow might. a rainmaker for monday night.
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steadily light rain for a time monday night and very early tuesday. and then settle in to a good-looking day on tuesday. i'm backing off the temperatures just a bit. 48 for today and tomorrow. near 50 on tuesday. look for some sunshine in place for us, quickly filling with the rain by tonight. and weather watch this morning with the patchy fog. a light mix is possible by thursday. and temperatures cool towards the end of the week. andy. andy: all right. sally, thank you. wisn 12 news time:2
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andy: new this morning a pair of newlyweds in georgia find their happily ever after at the end of a check out line. charles and mary got married on thanksgiving inside of this grocery store. yes. a grocery store in albany, georgia. they ran into each other in the store four years ago back from a tour in afghanistan. they met a couple of times
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>> on thanksgiving day, what he wanted to do is give thanks to the lord for the hold going out and the new coming in. andy: i love it. their wedding cake was topped with cranberries, the item he was searching for when the couple met. from a love story to a universal story. looking ahead, a new holiday tradition for your family coming to the market here tell us more about the black nativity. all right. start with you, the director, tell us about putting this production together, what was it like? >> it has been a labor of love. we have a great design team. a wonderful cast, including markus, including young performers, so we put a lot of love and heart and energy into bringing this production together. >> and markus, a performer, what
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milwaukee. >> it is beautiful. a cocoon of different talents and perspectives, boast historically and modern. so, to bring that altogether in the way that -- this is amazing. >> to try and spin that and give that a modern twist on a story we know and love, what do you do senate. >> well, i wanted to pair milwaukee to the new nivty story. jesus lot of home with this birth and mary and joeffer and -- joeffer and the structurals they had. >> and markus, your favorite part of the show. >> i didn't know that, ok. >> but what's your favorite part of the show. >> ok. my favorite part of the show would be when we get into the a
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sawns that -- songs that you hear, it will be amazing. >> thank you for joining us. merry christmas to you guys. for ticket information and performance dates go to www.wisn.com/weekend. wisn 12 news time 8:26. protesters that dakota access pipeline are standing their ground. next on wisn 12 news, the new government order forcing them to leave despite their promise to
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andy: good morning, everyone. welcome to wisn 12 news this morning. i'm andy choi. it is 8:29 on this sunday, november 27th. let's start the day with a check of the forecast. meteorologist sally severson is in the weather center. we are on that last day of the holiday and we got to be careful of the roads. sally: a lot of people are traveling this afternoon. you have been talking about the, the busiest travel time coming
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the should be pretty good travel statewide and around the midwest this afternoon. but early this morning a little bit of freezing fog. a rainy day on monday. we will turn a little colder towards the end of the week. this morning the focus is on the fog. visibility is lower across washington and sheboygan counties. colder in keel reporting visibilities less than a half-mile. and also looking at west bend, slinger, in dodge county reporting fog as well. take it easy. with the freezing temperatures we could see slick spots showing up on area roadways. dense fog advisory does cover portions of southern wisconsin, and 30 minutes and it does include milwaukee counties. so keeping an eye on a few clouds rolling in. low pressure a rainmaker, we will see the rain for tonight and sometime the shower -- time the showers. so today a little bit of everything. partly cloudy skies, mild highs, andy, around 48. andy: thank you, sally.
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a truck in sheboygan county. it happened after 6:00 this morning in the southbound lane at highway 32. according to the sheboygan county sheriff's office flight for life was called to the scene but was not able to launch due to the fog. new information the effort to recount presidential election ballots in wisconsin. the wisconsin elections commission holding a special meeting tomorrow on how to deal with the situation. green party candidate jill stein filed wisconsin on friday. yesterday hillary clinton's campaign joined the effort. even though they are saying they have no evidence that the original vote count was faulty. meanwhile, president-elect donald trump is condemning the recount effort in a statement from this transition team, he calls the recount a scam. and says the election is over. as for the other states with narrow election night margins the deadline to file for a recount in pennsylvania is tomorrow. michigan's deadline is
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december 13th. an on-line position to do away with the electoral college has four million signatures. this morning on upfront, mike gousha looks at the argument. reporter: many documents are talking about getting rid of the electoral college after hillary clinton won the popular vote but lost the election on november 8th. is it realistic to get rid of it? this morning on upfront. could shake up wisconsin politics. the political analysts on what happens next in the case. and donald trump saying the u.s. will pullout of the t.p.p. trade agreement. we will look at the impact of trade in wisconsin for producers and consumers. coming up this morning at 9:00 here on upfront. andy: after upfront stay tuned for this week and followed by matter of fact that's at 10:30. right now president-elect donald
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weekend choosing his administration. tomorrow he'll meet with milwaukee county sheriff david clarke in new york. that's according to a republican national commit heal official. now, clarke was outspoken about supporting donald trump during the campaign. he made no public comment on the upcoming meeting. the secret service may become the newest 10est in trump tower. law enforcement official is telling "cnn" they are considering renting the whole floor allowing donald trump is living, there his wife, and 10-year-old son will stay after their inauguration. the going rate is 1.5 million dollars. if plan happens that means taxpayers would be paying for trump tower security. right now a number of n.y.p.d. koch protecting trump tower and costs $1 million a day. and everyone looking for trump tower overnight may be caught
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google maps. no comments this morning. official this morning cuba is observing nine days of national mourning after the death of fidel castro. last night, cuban-americans took the the streets of miami to celebrate the former dictators death. robert lowe in orlando reports on the change many hope that his death will bring to the country. reporter: for more than half of a century, fidel castro ruled over cuba. details of the dictators death park agnew for many cuban americans. >> it is a very special day because fidel castro destroyed their lives. reporter: only two years old hat the time -- his girlfriend and her parents fled from cuba in the 1960's. arriving in miami, the family bought this bottles a a symbol of hope. >> it means open when fidel castro dies.
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cork. >> they kept it year after year and that day never came for them. so they passed the bottle onto to me. reporter: the celebration started early with the crowd cheering. >> coming together to finally realize he is gone. reporter: former florida senator, martinez, who fled to american at 15 is saying there is hope on the horizon. >> the might near of him being over, future. the home for the future of the cuban people will be better than what the pest has been under his rule. reporter: optimistic that the conclusion that the communist regime in cuba is closer than ever. >> i'm not celebrating the death of fidel castro, but a new beginning. reporter: that's robert lowe reporting. in a statement president barack obama is saying in the coming days cubans will recall the past and look to the future as they do the cuban people must know
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in america. castro will be buried in santiago next sunday. wisn 12 news time 8:35. the final weekend of wisconsin's gun deer season. the nine-day hunted ends today at sundown. hunters are reminded they can register their deer on-line. now, gun deer season may be almost over, but ski season is just getting started. up north inch marathon county, hundreds of skiers and no borders hit the slopes. at gannett runs to the public yesterday. and the slopes are open at a little bit switzerland. they have been making their home snow for a week now. there has not been enough snow coming down to stick so far, up there. turning now the weather watch 12. and here is meteorologist sally severson in the weather center.
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andy: welcome news this morning. here's a live look outside on this sunday, november 27th. a little foggy out there. we're going to check back in with sally to see exactly when that fog goes away and when the mild temperatures start rising. we're following deputies news out of new orleans this morning. 10 people are shot and one seman dead after a shooting along a crowded bourbon street overnight. details are limitt, but abc news reports two people are in
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or may not have been connected to the incident. millions of americans are expected to travel at some pointed or may to according to . most people are hitting the roads. but airports are expected to be busy today as well. for the first time additional trains are running at night this weekend. that's the route between milwaukee and chicago. heads up if you plan to fly out of chicago in the next week. workers at o'hare airport are planning to walk off the job on tuesday. some 500 baggage handlers, cabin cleaners, janitors and wheelchair attendants will go on strike. pushing for a $15 wage and union rights. oil pipeline protesters in north dakota are vowing not to leave. members of the sioux nation is saying the federal government cannot remove them. the army corps of engineers will close the land on december 5th.
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ball in a class action lawsuit from customers. the bank asked the u.s. district court in utah to force dozens of the customers to resolve their claims quietly in closed door hearings instead of open court. wells fargo is being sued for opening as many as 2 million unauthorized accounts. we got through thanksgiving thursday, black friday, and not small business and what is left, cyber monday. there are on-line deals tomorrow. experts have advice if you plan to buy on-line tomorrow. make sure that your shopping from a secure computer. and using a trusted retailer site. and don't fall for those too good to be true deals. wisn 12 news time 8:42. unexpected dinner gusts, the little boy getting national
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andy: welcome back to wisn 12 news this morning. here's a live look outside. you're going to went to be careful when you're traveling this morning with that fog out there. we will check back in with sally in a bit.
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for a special thanksgiving phone call. 5-year-old billy dialed 9-1-1 before dinner on thursday, but not to report a crime or an emergency, instead he invited deputies to eat a thanksgiving meal with his family. when the officers did show up, they thanked billy for the invite, but reminded him to only call the number for emergencies. >> he thought he was in trouble. he was balling his eyes out. they explained they were proud of him. they liked it. they were not at home with their family. and someone that young was thinking about trouble. he was them. it made a good touch on them. andy: deputies snapped the pictures and shared the moment on their facebook page, that went viral. dozens of homes in west allis are decked out for the holidays. candy cane lane is open through december 26th. visitors are encouraged to donate to the mac fund. the neighborhood lights up with
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you can check it out from minnesota to oklahoma and 96th to 92nd street. and stop by the milwaukee holiday lights festival. you can check out decorations at the following parks. wisn 12 news is a proud sponsor. the displays up through the end of the holiday season. before we light up the homes. you have to get home and be safe. sally: especially coming in off of the long holiday weekend. and takab travel being significant this afternoon. people come back from grandmas and uncle eds. and the weather will cooperate. this morning patchy dense fog in place across southern wisconsin. we have an advisory that is extended until 11:00 a.m. for several of our counties. we will check them out in a moment. i'm starting with visibility. there is great variable in the visibility this morning. some locations have good visibility. especially right along the lake in sheboygan county.
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but elsewhere in sheboygan county visibility near zero. we're looking at slinger in washington county reporting fog. and hartford, .3 at waukesha and the airport. our temperatures a few spots above freezing. of course at 34, the airport is at 35. a couple of 37's, racine and kenosha, but since the air, the readings in the 20's and 30's. that fog. and sometimes you get glaze on roadways. slick spots are possible. but the sun is moving higher in the sky. and mixing up the atmosphere a little bit. and foggy conditions will improve. but dense fog advisories now until 11:00 for sheboygan and fond du lac and washington county and south into waukesha as well. early today as well, i'm keeping an eye look at this pesky cloudiness coming out of
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dems looking -- dells we are looking at sunshine. but this cloudiness over illinois will cover the southeast corner of the state. the broad low pressure is getting organized. this is a wet one for us in southeast wisconsin not until tonight. the gulf of mexico is feeding the system with rain. this will be rain. the temperatures way too warm to support anything other than rain. and rainfall could be significant. i think much of southern wisconsin between tonight and, and tomorrow night will generally get between a quarter to a half-inch of rain. some locations may come into to closer to an inch of rain. and at times the rain will fall heavily. so a little bit of morning sun after the nog begins to improve and then the cloud deck facilities in. 5:00 a few scattered showers are approaching ahead of the main area of rain. here we are at 9:00. look at the rain, steady and
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wisconsin. it moving into the east at midnight. you will hear the rain overnight. it will fall at times and a rumble of thunder. by 7:00 tomorrow morning, a lot of low cloudiness, mist and drizzle and fog. but conditions will hold cloudy for much of the day. and then round two of rain rolling in for tomorrow night. this rain will be lighter overall, but steady for tomorrow night contributing to the rainfall of a half-inch to one inch of rain over the 24-hour period. i'm going to keep the tenches with a partly sunny to around 48 this afternoon. 43 for tonight. the wet comes in after 8:00. a rainy day on monday. 48 on monday. and near 50 on tuesday. so breezy and break sun by mid to late morning and then turn colder we look at clouds making a comeback and a light mix on thursday. andy. andy: thank you, sally. new on wisn 12 news, looking for a unique holiday gift this year,
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institute art and design are creating works of art. here to talk about the accept is lisa. good morning to you. thank you for joining us. before the gifts talk about how the gifts give two ways. you're getting gifts and helping the local art students out. >> absolutely. the gifts are handmade by students and lummy. some are faculty members at the college. all of the proceeds go back to the artists and designers. so we have some little here. >> let's take a look here. >> so, for example, these were done a couple of years ago by a student new an alumni, robert, he made all of the pieces at the sale. and they just -- solved like gangbusters. >> they are beautiful. >> they are fantastic. these, you know, they are little, you can take them and give them as a gift. it is really great. >> right. >> and the sales, part of the proceeds go to the students and the rest to scholarships. >> sure.
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there. that is a nice, i don't know? i could do anything like that. >> neither could i. so this is a paper origami christmas ornament. these sell at the sale every year. i believe they will be there this year, by shaun simmons, a faculty member. these -- and they sell like crazy. >> this happens december 1st, 2nd and 3rd. this does not happen without the stronger. blick. >> yes. that's right. >> you go and get your shopping done quickly. >> yes. we have an offer for our preview night guests. it is normally $20. but if you mention wisn 12 news we will give you free admission. >> all right. thank you for joining us. >> thank you.
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like more information about the holiday sale we put a link on www.wisn.com. coming up on wisn 12 news, one person is waking up multimillionaire. nobody in this building. the winning powerball numbers
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andy: we'll check in with sally in a second. new this morning the powerball numbers are in. we do have a winner. saturday's jackpot soared to $420.9 million. due to a lot of last-minute money. one ticket matched all powerball numbers. they sold in tennessee. the winning numbers 17, 19, 21, 37, 44. and powerball number 16. you were not in tennessee, where
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the ticket, you might have won a smaller prize. early today, the patchy fog around. roll over and tuck into the covers. take a look, visibility is low, especially in the northern counties. washington and sheboygan counties. we have some freezing fog in place, but temperatures are rising nicely. that's becoming much less of a concern. cloudiness nosing in as well from south to north out of illinois. your forecast for today the fog will improve and then showers tonight.
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first it was gift certificates. then gift cards... now, it's wisconsin lottery's $15 holiday scratch game, unwrap the cash. ironically elf-themed, this festively-fun gift put a bunch of us into early retirement. old-school gifts can't compete! so on my 400th workaversary, i moved on to greener pastures! see you on the green!
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[captioning made possible by wisn-tv] captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org >> today on "upfront. a court says the legislative lines are unconstitutional, the next step in the case and what it could mean for elections in wisconsin. the why some democrats say electoral should be a thing of the past. and how international trade affects wisconsin and the pros and cons for workers and consumers. >> covering the issues important to wisconsin this is "upfront with mike gousha. mike: we begin today with a court ruling that could shake up wisconsin's politics.

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