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one county that turned in the results. >> plus, the milwaukee sheriff is under scrutiny. the reason that the county supervisor wants him. >> we have a look at the morning commute. >> first to the forecast with jeremy nelson. good morning, jeremy. >> good morning, a lot of people thinking about the weekend and i will get to that in a moment. first set for the friday out the door early this morning the clouds and the rain and snow showers that we had overnight just dry at the moment with the clouds. 36 degrees. inland cooler. 32 west bend: low 30s for beaver dam. now look at the forecast for the day. the clouds and this morning. peeks of sunshine in the afternoon. we won't see a ton of sun today. highs near 40 this afternoon. seasonal day. change this is the weekend forecast. it is including a chance of snow
we talk more about that coming up. now upstairs to matt salemme in news chopper 12. >> we are along 41. the main lines are drying off. still a little shine on the roads along watertown plank. the main lines are drying off. take it easy. don't rush around. travel times are looking good... that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. melinda: thank you. the big story wisconsin's election recounts are continuing into day two. the workers have the task of recounting nearly 3 million votes in just 12 days. things got off to a slow start yesterday. hillary is live with the latest.
we are returning in two hours here and when the election workers will go back inside to the warehouse here near kk and maple and recounting four hundred thousand ballots electronically. that was part of the reason they started slow. you see, a green party representative requested that all of the electronic machines be tested before the count started. the board agreed and found a problem in one of the it was fixed and in the afternoon the actual counting began. the recount being done by a combination of poll workers and county workers and observers from a number of the parties. anyone with show up to observe the process. just bring a photo id. the deadline for finishing the recount december 12th. there is a lot more work to do.
for these election workers again when they start day of recounting here at the south warehouse. for now, "wisn 12 news this morning." >> hillary, thank you. more than half of the counties in wisconsin say they are counting by hand. overin waukesha co plan to count ballots until mid night every night until the ballots are tabulated. >> all counties are expected to send the results to the wisconsin commission every night and they'll post the updates online for the results. the deadline is december 12th at 8:00 p.m. >> there are recounts requested in michigan and pennsylvania. those are also states that trump won.
donald trump filed an objection to the recount in michigan. the board is hearing the arguments today. under michigan law, the recount cannot start until two days after the objection is resolved. the coverage is continuing on wisn 12 news mobile app. >> 6:04. now to latest on the trump transition. he made the first stops on the thank you visits. >> president-elect donald trump says he's nominating retired marine corps general james maddox. >> we are not announcing it until monday. >> on the first stop, trump gives a sneak peek.
maddox as the secretary of defense. >> but general james maddox will have an extra step, the congress would have to waive the agreement of being off duty for 7 years. the announcement came after a visit to the midwest, visiting carrier. >> companies are leave the united states any more without consequences. >> while back to new york for now, more major announcements could be coming soon, trump saying he's narrowing the supreme court candidates down to three or four. >> they are great people, highly respected, brilliant people. >> today trump is meeting number
>> liz, thank you. wisconsin governor scott walker is saying that the trump tour will be coming to wisconsin. the specifics are unclear. the governor says he's planning to attend the stop. >> wisn 12 news time now is 6:06. calls for the milwaukee county sheriff to step down. this is coming after the deaths of four people @ the join j in the past six months. tim is live in the news room. >> the head line is jumping out at you. this was written by milwaukee county supervisor. he's demanding that the sheriff resign because he thinks more people will be dying in the county jail if he doesn't. four people died at the jail. he says in and the county board
into the investigations of these deaths but he says so far he's not received the answers. >> if he doesn't want to do his job, it appears he doesn't want to do the job, he's interested in creating the public persona for himself. >> now 12 news reached out to sheriff clarke, supervisor who, that sounds like a character in he's upset i helped to get donald trump elected the president. trump could be considering clarke for a spot in the administration. meanwhile t county board is considering an investigation into the deaths at the jail. >> looking ahead, the u.s. housing secretary to coming to milwaukee and tour the rebuilding in sherman park, it was one of the scenes of the
following the officer involved shooting. the secretary will be joining chris abele and looking at the adult build program and addressing unemployment and lack of training skills. >> wisn 12 news time now is 6:08. things are looking more like christmas at the state capitol, the governor is lighting the christmas tree this morning. it was harvested in eagle river in far northern wisconsin. this is video from last year. it is on display throughout the holidays. >> 6:08. it is here now. >> it is here. >> holiday season. >> just a little dusting. >> jeremy, just a little. >> we get a little of the snow, on sunday.
snowflakes overnight. it is not sticking. cloudy. damp pavement out there. no reports of slippery spots. 32 in waukesha. a look outside in milwaukee, we have cloudy skies at the moment. we watch the temperatures go closer to 40 in the afternoon and a peek of the sunshine. that is the forecast, get it any time on the free wisn 12 app. matt? >> my on the roads. a little wet pavement and. some of the areas, in the main lines, it is drying off. take it easy on the overpasses. light volume here. 27th over the top. travel times... that's a look at the morning commute, back to you.
fires destroyed thousands of acres. tim is here with the yub date on the conditions. tim: the fire is proving to be quite a challenge. the fire crews are battling the high wine -- winds and the smoke. 11 people have died in all of this. more bodies were discovered yesterday. thousands were evacuated from gallon some of firefighters refusing to sleep at home. this is showing the fiefrpts sleeping on the sidewalk after returning from a 30 hour shift. this fire was caused by arson. a man was arrested yesterday. just last night, the governor of tennessee declared a state of emergency in order to help the victims of the wild fire. >> tim, thank you.
>> good morning. you are watching "wisn 12 news this morning." the pave. is slowly driving off here from the overnight rain and snow showers. they are gone now. we have clouds lingering and throughout the morning. 36 degrees. 34 mequon. south milwaukee 36. cooler in waukesha. we have the weekend snow chances come up. first up to news chopper 12. >> right now the pavement is
southbound. looking good at this point without delays. we have no problems being reported. just nine minutes into downtown. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. . >> today is a year since a attacking in san bernardino, the attacks were carried out by a huhs and wife. what the investigators are revealing now about the attack. >> we are learning it may have been the christmas setting at the party that triggered the attack a year ago today. the emailing reveal that the wife was upset that her husband was forced to the go to the christmas work party as a practicing muslim. 14 people were killed and 20 others were hurt when they
message on facebook and pledging allegiance to isis. a moment of silence and over events are planned today to remember the victims of that attack. andy, back to you. >> tim, thank you. >> a tennessee woman is thanking the first responders, a dozen tornados swept through and five people died in the storm system. amber and she was also going into labor. it took hours for the crews to get to her and they rushed her to the hospital and she gave birth to a girl. >> god got us through this. i am not taking anything for granted. >> her home was completely destroyed. >> wisn 12 news time now is 6:16.
chocolate bar. they have found a way to cut the sugar and the chocolate without sacrificing the taste. they are apply for a pat tent to reduce the sugar by 40%. the company says it plans to roll out the chocolate by 2018. >> new this morning, helping out local houses are going up on display today at the milwaukee public market. they were made at the baking and pastry program at the technical college. >> not only is the actual gingerbread and the candy and the icing to make it, but the students get to pick the designs and it is something they feel passionate about and give it all
takes probably takes 15, 20 hours to make each house. >> and awards are giving out on december 15th and you can bid on the homes as part of a silence auction, proceeds are used to offer slarp scholarships to the students. >> the miller coors holiday display is starting up this amp. the free show is,0 tours are running on friday and saturday through december 17th. look at the beautiful lights. >> how many kegs is it? >> 150. >> wow, unbelievable. >> it is that tree in the distance, lower right of the miller sign there. >> i love that. that is gorgeous. >> i hope they have a string where if one goes out they don't all go out.
lights. >> one little light goes out, how, get a new string. you are putting up the lights or getting a tree, we are in good shape for the first half of the weekend. we are seasonal temperatures. the snow, december is on average the second snowiest into it, closer to the average this weekend. not a big snow. the first snow of the season. could be impacting the packers game, looking for light snow. keep that in mind if you are travelling to the north only sunday. the snow is arriving throughout the morning hours on sunday. milwaukee right now, cloudy, dry. added chill out there, the windchill closer to 30.
progressing down to south and east. when are we going to see the snow? under an inch, but possible on sunday some of the light snow may stick to the grassy surfaces. temperatures will be into the 30s and once this scoots to the east, could be a light wintry mix that fills in behind it. this is 1:00 p.m. and cloudy skies by mid to late afternoon. best chance of the light snow is sundayni afternoon and after that clouds for the end of the weekend. mostly cloudy skies. highs close to 40. 38 on sunday. again, you are seeing a sloppy wet snow and most of the roadways staying okay condition. we are keeping tabs on that. 45 monday. rain giving way to a wipt ri mix and snow. much colder high of 25 on thursday. >> thank you.
season. >> today he's celebrating day 8 on ellen. >> i did a christmas album before and now a children's book. here is the book of it. >> so it is called? >> well, it is called blake and his tiny little snake. [laughter] >> i thought ellen was a family show. we'll move on. catch thte at 4:00. after ellen 12 news at 5:00. >> it looks like mariah carey is performing for the rockin' eve. all in times square. watch it here starting at 7:00. >> a christmas cabin.
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>> good morning, kids. thanks for the great friday morning shout out. wisn 12 is stopping by the schools across southeast wisconsin throughout the school year. >> if you are interested in a visit, head to >> well, we are a little more than 3 weeks away from christmas and santa is not at the north pole. >> well, he's coming to milwaukee. dozens of santas are stopping at the bars along the five and a half mile route.
>> santa's north pole house is up for sale. it is seeped in old world charm and a toy lovers paradise. it is costing just a little over $650,000. the christmas business has been good to st. nick. wisn 12 news time now is 6:26. faster internet. >> the plans to be >> how a group of students from wisconsin is helping to make their campus a safer place for illegal imgrants. >> looking out from news chopper 12. we check in with matt after the
melinda: right now on "wisn 12 news this morning," today is day two of wisconsin's historic election recount. the impact a tech glitch had here in milwaukee county. andy: plus, making sure more people in wisconsin stay connected. the new plan in the works this morning to expand high-speed internet to neighborhoods that don't have it. melinda: but first, weather
roads might be slippery this morning after some overnight rain and flurries. we're keeping an eye on conditions. good morning and welcome to "wisn 12 news this morning." i'm melinda davenport. andy: and i'm andy choi. ben has the morning off. it's 6:30 on this friday, december 2nd. let's start with the forecast. here's meteorologist jeremy nelson in for sally. >> good morning. rain and snow showers drifted ac all that is left is a handful of the flurries. cloudy skies in milwaukee. right now 36 degrees. the pavement here it is likely staying damp and not icing up. we don't expect the temperatures to drop below 32 degrees. a cool breeze at 9 miles per hour. 35 early at the bus stop. peeks of sunshine in the afternoon with upper 30s. that is the forecast. i talk about the sunday snow
now upstairs to matt. >> we are over i-94. on the right side, just a bit of brake tapping as the folks decide 41 northbound ramp. otherwise we are looking good. eastbound ten minutes from moreland road back to you. >> >> we want to have this done right the first time, the only time. we have to take this serious. melinda: observers from the green party, the hillary clinton campaign, and staffers from president elect donald trump are all keeping an eye on wisconsin's historical presidential recount. that is the big story of the day. election workers in milwaukee county will start going through more ballots at 8:00 this morning. hillary mintz is live in
reporter: good morning, melinda. they are going to show up at 8:00, and headed back to the warehouse here near kk and maple, this is where the milwaukee ballots are being recounted. it is starting soon. this is day two. they got off to a slow start yesterday one of the 30 voting machines glitched and had to be cleaned before ballots could be checked. that pushed the actual recounting until the afternoon. workers in milwaukee county have to count 444,000 ballots. there are 2.9 million ballots in the state. so far, menominee county is the only one to finish. in that county, clinton lost a vote, while trump lost two. green party candidate jill stein, who requested the recount, gained 17. once the other counties are
whether there are differences between the recount total and the election day total. for now, live on the south side in milwaukee, "wisn 12 news this morning." >> thank you, hillary. andy: waukesha county is also counting by machine. tim elliott joins us with how that process going so far. tim: wisn 12 news talked to the county clerk. she says things are running on schedule. they have more than 240,000 ballots to count there. they pre-test all their machin and those were reading ballots correctly. workers will be back at it at 8:00 this morning. they had just wrapped up for the day at midnight. it is up to each of the 72 counties whether they count the ballots by hand or machine. the deadline for finishing the recount is december 12th at 8:00 p.m. that is so the results can be handed in on the federal recount deadline december 13th. melinda.
wisconsin. they are paying the entire cost of the process, $3.9 million. each night the recount results will be sent to the wisconsin elections commission. the commission will then post updates online of the results from around the state. those will be handed to the federal government on december 13th. the electoral college is scheduled to meet on december 19th to formally elect the next president. look for big story coverage of this historic recall on the wisn 12 news mobile app. yon free to your phone or tablet. andy: president-elect donald trump has been critical of the recount saying the election is over and right now he's taking a victory thank you tour across the country. trump made stops yesterday in cincinnati and indianapolis. in addition to saying thanks, trump touted a deal with a company to save a thousand jobs from going to mexico. the president-elect's thank you tour will continue over the next few weeks. it will include crucial states
governor walker says trump could visit wisconsin in the next couple of weeks. during a stop in seymour, near green bay, the governor told reporters trump could visit our state within the next two weeks, but the exact time table is pending. walker says he plans to attend the president-elect's stop in the badger state. melinda: new this morning, the governor also told reporters that he wants to spend $35 million to expand broadband and technology in rural areas. the governor is proposing a bill that would provide $35.5 million for broadband expansion efforts and teach grants over the next three fiscal years. the teach program helps small school districts upgrade technology and train teachers. andy: students at uw madison want all uw system schools to be declared sanctuaries for students who entered the country illegally. the associated students of madison passed that resolution earlier this week but university officials say chancellor rebecca blank does not have the authority to do that. the students want to help
deportation after donald trump is sworn into office. the matc student union movement in milwaukee has also asked their the school to bar immigration officials from entering campus without permission. the bucks are on the winning streak. packer finished with 22 points. giannis antetokounmpo had 23 points, 8 rebounds, 8 assists and he didn't even play in the 4th quarter. bucks win 111-93. th >> wisn 12 news time now is 6:36. >> brewers fans have a chance to add to their collection of team gear this weekend. wisn 12 news got a preview of the team's 36th annual clubhouse sale which starts today. jerseys, displays, programs, they're all set up in the visitors' clubhouse. the sale is tomorrow from 8-5. while you're at miller park, the brewers want you for a special
a photo station will be set up on the main service level between 3 and 6 p.m. today and tomorrow and saturday from 9 until noon. fans are encouraged to wear their favorite brewers gear. the photos will be used for next season's marketing campaign. >> now to the morning commute. good morning, matt. >> good morning, day light on the horizon. right now we are over waukesha county, 94, it is looking good. the travel times are looking gr no crashes on the system. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> matt, thank you. american airlines flight makes an emergency landing overnight headed from charlotte north carolina to london. the plane turned back and landed safely in charlotte. none of the passengers were
>> a school bus filled with kids slams into a concrete wall. >> take a look at the video of the aftermath. it happened in east of miami. four kids, one adult plus the driver went to the hospital. they are all expected to survive. investigators say a car ran a stop sign forcing the bus driver to swerve and smash into the wall. the car's driver will be getti deadly bus crash in tennessee won't answer questions from federal investigators on the advice of his lawyer. andy: 24-year-old johnthony walker appeared in court earlier this week. the national transportation safety board is trying to subpoena his mental health subpoena his mental health history and cell phone records. police say he was speeding last week when his bus flipped. six students died. the ntsb's report isn't expected for another 18 months. in the wake of this crash, the head of the national highway traffic safety administration is making another push for seat
the nhtsa administrator says while school buses remain the safest way for children to get to and from school, there are ways to make the buses safer. the school district in tennessee has promised to install cameras on all of its 16,000 busses by the end of the year. wisn 12 news time is 6:39. the star of an abc show coming to milwaukee. >> yes, when you can meet him andy: plus, a transformation decades in the making. what it took to create a whole new light show for families
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right now. we expect the rest of the day to be dry across southeast wisconsin. looking toward the downtown, the clouds above lake michigan. 36 with a north west breeze at 9. the windchills in the upper 20s. close to 40 this afternoon, maybe a few peeks of sunshine. a light snow chance on sunday. now to matt up in news chopper 12. are the roads dry, matt? >> they are, just a little looking good along the bypass. right now it is 5 minutes for the trek 894 northbound from the hale to the zoo. no crashes right now. i will keep an eye on it. back to you. andy: happening now, mourners are escorting the cremated remains of fidel castro to his final resting place in santiago,
the 90-year-old dictator died one week ago today. his funeral procession is retracing the route he and his rebel army took while on a victory march across the island in 1959. then tomorrow, there will be a commemoration ceremony before his burial on sunday in the same cemetery as jose marti. melinda: a swat team takes down a robbery suspect in florida after a tense standoff and hostage situation. tim is live in the newsroom with the latest. tim: no one was hurt in all this and the suspect is behind bars this morning. police in jacksonville, florida, say 11 people were held hostage inside a credit union for about two hours yesterday morning. swat negotiators were called to the scene right away after 23-year-old nicholas humphrey started making demands and dangerous threats. two people who the suspect didn't know were inside made a run for it.
a chance to move in and free the hostages. we are told the suspect did fire his gun but no one was hurt. andy, back to you in the studio. andy: new this morning, we're getting a new perspective of the devastation caused by wildfires in tennessee. thousands of acres have burned, including some 700 buildings. check out these before-and-after images from digital-globe. they show what gatlinburg looks like before and after the fires. at least 11 people were killed, and dozens more hurt. authorities are searching for 70 people still reported as missing. >> it is a look at the makeover for niagara falls. $4 million worth of energy efficient led lighting was unveiled last night. the new lights feature a more vibrant color than the old halogen lights that have been used for the past 20 years. the lights come from the canadian side of the falls. andy: exciting news for harry potter fans. jk rowling's play "harry potter and the cursed child" is being summoned to broadway. the entertainment website the wrap is reporting that the play
theatre in the spring of 2018. the london production of "cursed child" is sold out through february of that same year. the two part play begins 19 years after the action in the final harry potter book. melinda: the album based on the smash broadway musical "hamilton" is already number one on itunes and its barely been out for eight hours. overnight the entire hamilton mixtape dropped online. creator lin-manuel miranda says the 23 songs on the album are half remakes half new music 38 artists including queen latifah, kelly clarkson, alicia keys, the roots and usher are part of the project. >> clinton kelly is coming to milwaukee, he's part of the chew and signing copies of his new book. the tickets are $26 and include a copy of the book and meet and greet. andy: new this morning, a holiday spectacular returns to
at the riverside theater. there's one show tonight and two tomorrow. >> mixing christmas and st. patrick's melinda: he's a miniature horse with a big heart. tinker-the-bell ringing horse is back in action this holiday season! every year tinker and his family ring bells for the salvation army's red kettle campaign. tinker will be outside cabelas in richfield tomorrow from noon to two. then on sunday, he will visit us here at wisn 12 news for special appearances during "wisn 12 news this morning." okay, that is something you don't want to miss. that is good. >> bittersweet news for jeremy. he won't be here on sunday.
i have to watch the badgers saturday night. i am off. we were looking at photos from last year, i showed andy, a dog rides on tinker. >> that is talented. >> that is sunday. and that morning we are going to talk about the light snow across southern wisconsin, maybe the rs milwaukee. the sky conditions are not changing this morning. cloudy skies. lots of clouds early. a few peeks of sun in the afternoon. not a bad day. hard to complain about the highs in the 40s. wind is making it feel cooler. i noticed some of the decorations at cathedral square and moving in the breeze that is
it feels like 29 in milwaukee. the clouds across much of the state. a couple of flurries across the state line. rain and snow overnight and the pavement is a little damp this morning. to saturday dry. sunday mourning we watch a batch of the light snow off to the western parts of wisconsin and drifting to the east. this is at 7:00 a.m. here comes the areas of light snow. notice how it is not widespread. it is not lng it may be enough to give us light snow accumulations, especially on the grassy surfaces. light snow out there. transitioning to a light wintry mix in the afternoon as the temperatures that day climbing into the upper 30s. i don't think a big issue on the area roads because it is warm up and melting on contact. the snow and cold on sunday, light mix.
snow on wednesday. thursday and friday hands down the coldest air of the season arrives and you will notice that in the 7-day forecast, if you look towards next wednesday and thursday, we see the temperatures only in the middle 20s for the highs on thursday. so enjoy this weekend. the pick day is saturday with a high of 39. that is the forecast. now upstairs to my good friend matt salemme in news chopper >> 76th over the top of the freeway there. they are tapping on the brakes. eastbound the moving smoothly. if you are headed to other parts of the system... that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> matt, thank you. a former nfl player is dead
incident. let's get to tim for the latest on the case. tim: former new york jets and kansas city chiefs player joe mcknight was shot and killed yesterday during an argument on the road with another driver. it happened at an intersection in terrytown, a suburb of new orleans. mcknight was standing outside his car at the time. the suspect was arrested at the scene. police say this is all related to some sort of road rage incident. it's unclear exactly what happened. mcknigas mcknight is the second former nfl player to die in the new orleans area this year as a result of road rage. former saints player will smith was killed in april. back to you. >> wisn 12 news time now is 6:51. packers quarterback aaron rodgers was limited in practice today as he continues to nurse a hamstring injury, brett hundley took a number of the first team
now, according to the reports, joe is returning to green bay after spending time with the saints and recently with the browns. melinda: to college now, the wisconsin badgers face pen state tomorrow in the ben ten championship. big 12 sports stephen watson will be in indianapolis for the big game, look for his live reports tomorrow on wisn 12 news including big 12 sports saturday at 6:30 p.m. wisn 12 news time now is 6:52. the weeke i >> yes, it is. a live look outside from news chopper 12. a little damp on the roads. a final check on the traffic and
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the sheriff said supervisor who... >> later today, the u.s. hosting secretary touring sherman park. it was a scene of the violence and unrest this summer after an officer involved shooting. the secretary is looking at the adult build program, helping people get back to work. morning commute. we had a report of 43 and silver spring. not spotting the troubles now. it is looking good here. pavement is drying off. >> good news. we had the rain and snow showers through 3:00 a.m. and they have scooted out of here.
feeling like the upper 20s. we were wishing for the upper 20 #s later the forecast. but for the next couple of days near 40. a touch of snow on sunday. if you are travelling to the snow minor accumulations. maybe a snow globe effect for the packer game on sunday. >> not bad. >> thank you. take wisn 12 news everywhere. >> it is friday. >> yes. >> we c he's performing live on "g.m.a." coming up next.
good morning, america. president-elect trump shakes things up on his victory lap. makes a main ajouncement to the crowd. >> we are going to appoint mad dog mattis as our secretary of >> as hillary clinton and donald trump's campaign teams clash overnight going head-to-head in a nasty post-election showdown. >> do you think i ran a campaign where white supremacists had a platform. >> it did. >> kellyanne conway joins us live this morning. wicked weather. the south reeling from that tornado outbreak and devastating wildfires. now new storms moving in. the urgent warning about rains and flooding in in the deep