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[captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org ] [captioning made possible by wisn-tv] andy: right now, we are under a winter storm watch. heavy snow is on the way. that's what we're tracking this morning. with that, we say, good morning. welcome to wisn 12 news this december 10th. we want to get to meteorologist jeremy nelson. he is here with a look at what we can expect in terms of snowfall later today. good morning. jeremy: good morning. andy and everyone. we will detail the timing. how much snow and what the winter storm will mean to us across southeastern wisconsin. let's start off with the winter storm watch. that will go into effect this evening at 6:00 p.m. and continue until 12:00 on monday.
the western part of the state. the winter weather advisory. and a look outside of our weather windy. clear to partly cloudy skies across much of southeast wisconsin, not snow, but snow canon fest new this morning. cold enough, and beautiful snowmaking weather for our ski hills. 16 degrees. this is the best part of the weekend through 6:00 p.m. dive payments. no issues on the weather-wise for today. cold temperatures out there bundle up. 24 this afternoon, and dry at 4:00. once we get past 6:00 p.m. and 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. light snow over spreads the area. more coming up. andy: all right. jeremy, thank you. as you mentioned we are under a winter storm watch. the city of milwaukee is gearing up for tonight's snow. on standby, 100 pieces of
clear the roads. crews started prepping on wednesday adding an anti-ice solution. they are using a different type of salt, with an oatmeal-type consistency. drivers are reminded to remain a safe distance behind plows and soft trucks. they are ready for the snow. >> if we get the higher limits of the snow predicted we will have a snow emergency in all that is declared by the commissioner of public works. in the snow emergency there are posted snow routes. look for the signs when you park. on snow emergency routes there are main streets and bus routes. we need to keep them clear. andy: winter parking rules are also in effect in the city of milwaukee. the dpw will let us know if and when the four--inch rule starts. so pay attention to the streets.
street, you could be ticketed or towed. one community is declaring a snow emergency starting sunday night. in watertown. this is a great time to download our free wisn 12 news mobile app. you will find updates with churches and businesses that could be forced to close. new this morning milwaukee police are investigating a deadly car accident late last night at the intersection of 12th and hadley. police are saying a cheva suburban crashed into a dodge stratus. a 66-year-old man inside scene. the driver of the suburban stayed on-the-scene and cooperating with investigators. in walworth county one man died after falling through in the ice on lake cuomo. crews searched for hours in the cold and found the body of the victim. police are not releasing the name of the victim at this time. right now, milwaukee police need your help finding a missing woman.
condition has critical. sabrina alan was seen on december 6th. she suffers from health issues. if you have steen her, please give police a call. wisconsin's presidential recount is just about done, 64 of the state's 72 counties concluding the recount process. milwaukee and waukesha counties wrapping up. workers in the counties spent nine days of the job. the results will be spent to the wisconsin's election commission and be posted oli the state will certify the election results on tuesday. president barack obama is ordering intelligent officials to review claims that russia hacks the 2016 election. it is expected to be done before donald trump's inauguration on january 20th. prior to the election, the u.s. blamed the russian government for cybertacks gamed at election outcomes. donald trump denied a tie to
be at the wisconsin state fair expo center in west allis on tuesday night. and vice president-elect mike pence will be there. donald trump paid a visit to michigan and expected to attend the army navy game. he has been holding a series of meetings for cabinet members. he has not picked a secretary of state. rudy giuliani obama signed the stop gap spending bill that keeps the government running through the end of april. the senate passed the by last night, 63-36. the new bill provides disaster relief tholos following flooding and $10 billion in emergency war funding for the pentagon. and expedites the process, confirming donald trump's nominee for defense secretary, james mattis. a milwaukee high school girls
during the national anthem, and then colin kaepernick retweeted the photo. on wisn 12 news, chirstina palladino spoke with the parents standing behind their daughters. [music plays] chirstina: the bayview girls varsity basketball team drew a standing ovation. each raised a fist in the air. the demonstrat the team was threatened with disciplinary action for kneeling during the anthem earlier in the week. >> she felt like she has a right. chirstina: the picture of the team kneeling received a lot of attention, especially after colin kaepernick retweeted the photo on twitter. and then backlash. brown is saying her daughter came home from school upset after administrators warned them
the team's action. gonzales does not want to see her granddaughter get in trouble. >> before you do anything like that, find out what the consequences are. chirstina: many in the crowd, including the local black panther party came out to support the team. >> we are putting everyone on notice. they will have to deal with the community and the black panthers. chirstina: it is unclear if the players f disciplinary action for what they did during tonight's national anthem chirstina palladino, wisn 12 news. andy: the two in-state schools are hitting the hardwood this afternoon at the bmo harris bradley center. last year they won by two points. they are hoping to win back bragging rights this year. tip-off is at 1:00 p.m. later today schools across the
the banner reads snow on the way. but it is on the ray. so if you have things to do this saturday, get them done early. jeremy: do not cancel travel plans before 7:00 p.m. today. after that you can travel around the area, but it may take longer once we get the snow in here. outside of the weather window this is quiet right now. this is discovery world camera. we will wait to see sunrise in milwaukee. 18 degrees. it is cold o wind chill factor and what it feels like in the single digits to low to mid-teens in the area. zero in beaver dam and sheboygan. that's it in racine and kenosha. heading out to do holiday and christmas shopping today. roads are dry through early evening. and after that in the forecast, light snow is over spreading the area after 7:00 p.m. the temperatures in the 20's. the first snow flake will stick
so slippery this evening and talk about snow for tonight and sunday coming up. andy: thank you, jeremy. with all of the snow on the way, people in milwaukee may have more snow plowing options. the common council and mayor tom barrett are reducing the fee for a plowing license, starting on tuesday it will drop from $50 to ten dollars. the city will compile a list of licensed contractors on-line. the roads could get missy this -- messy this weekend. high driving a challenge. new this morning one wisconsin college is getting interactive it show the dangers of slick roads. we have the report. reporter: so many may brush winter driving tips off as common sense, serious accidents hamon avenue winner. a driving simulator at ntc is showing how different roads are when they are dry. >> so here we stop 100 feet,
reporter: verses when they are wet. >> and you can see on the icy road how much further i have traveled down. reporter: not just stopping in the snow that's a problem. >> if i accelerate too suddenly or do any sudden movement i will start to lose control of the vehicle as you saw right there. reporter: d trickier. >> navigate around him. oh, my reaction is a little different now because it is slippery. oh. reporter: when roads are slick things happen fast. making the difficult to react in time. >> you know, once it started snowing it was slippery. i tried to avoid it. i'm not going towards where i'm steering.
are saying no matter how much driving experience you have, stick to the basics. >> do your reactions and reactions as slow as possible. steering. andy: in a matter of hours -- the d.o.t. asking drivers to pay attention, leave room for stopping and time to get to your destination. wisconsin is not the only part of the country facing serious weather. snow and ice hitting the great and parts of new york is experiencing lightning and thunder snow. 100 wrecked vehicles in i-90. one part of the highway has been knocked down for hours. this morning we're learning john glenn will be honored in two special ways. yesterday president barack obama ordered that all u.s. flags fly at half staff until the evening of glenn's barrier. this is from the white house. and he will lie in state at the
house. funeral arrangements are being worked out. glenn died on thursday at 95. new this morning the holidays came a little bit earlier for one school in pennsylvania. a secret santa paying off all of the students lunch balances. a person showed up add the school with a check covering lunches for all 300 students. >> he just wanted to be able to give back to the district. it is just an amazing feeling to know that somebody would helps a many students as they have. andy: that person who paid off the school lunch balances wish to stay anonymous. the milwaukee county zoo is spreading christmas cheer this weekend. kids are able to have breakfast or lunch with santa. breakfast is at 9:00. love at noon today and tomorrow. twenty dollars a child, that includes zoo admission and a meal. this holiday weekend.
light display across southeastern wisconsin. this display is at 74th. a half-dozen santa, ainativety seen and lights. and, of course, we have the snow as well. jeremy: yeah. festive this evening. let's talk about our together weather for today. all is from sunrise to sunset which is at 4:17. and past 6:00 p.m. into the evening and tonight, the red on the stop light, it will get very slippery across the area. the temperatures in the tween's and 20s today. sidewalks, driveways and secondary roads that will be a
on sunday, we will continue to see snowfall. before we talk about the winter storm, let's get you set for saturday. if you have plans outside expect cold temperatures. we are looking at franklin, they continue their snowmaking operations with temperatures this morning into the teens. it will be a very slow temperature climb. and partial sunshine around and then clouds really start to fill in throughout the afternoon and then snow will likely start after 7:00 p.m. outside in waukesha right now, you notice a lot of clear skies there. enjoy sunshine this morning. 12 degrees. that's it. that's not a wind chill, their wind chill is at two degrees above zero. and cold start in southern wisconsin. passing clouds and seized out a couple of flurries overnight. a lot of you are wonder where the snow is at. can i travel around. yeah. you can, you can go anywhere across the badger state.
to show up through the dakotas to missouri, that will transition slowly to the east today. it arrives here, hour-by-hour through the forecast. we got in a lot of new data when you were sleeping last night. let's break it down. 3:00 p.m. this afternoon. still dry across much of the state. clouds filling in here across southeastern wisconsin. by 7:00 p.m. starting to see light snow through voc, jefferson and walworth there is janesville and lake geneva. between 7:00 and 9:00, light snow in milwaukee, patchy at first and then steady snow if not a moderate snowfall will move across the area saturday night into sunday morning. and then a period of snow continues as we go through sunday afternoon. again this will just keep piling up our snow totals. by sunday evening, the snow will transition off to the east. and traveling home from the packer game, some roads will be
we are expecting on the route three to five inches of snow in green bay and down here across much of southeastern wisconsin. total snowfall, five to eight inches, that includes this evening right through sunday evening. we have a winter storm watch that goes into affect at 6:00 p.m. today and continue until 12:00 p.m. on monday, the impacts, our snow five to eight inches. not a lot of wind, the wind will pickup by sunday afternoon near the lakefront. slippery conditions number one thing. we want our winter driving skills. and light powdy snow, i don't except power issues. that's good news. if you love snow, this falls on a weekend, hopefully, you don't have to travel and can just watch it out the window and play it only on sunday. the temperatures will not be too bad, 32 degrees by the afternoon. and then the polar plunge. 10 for a high on wednesday.
to shine for area teenagers. bethesda is helping teams and adults with disabilities to have an unforgettable prom night experience. and here to talk about a fundraiser is kristin with the organization. thank you so much for joining us. >> you're welcome, thanks for having me. >> something on monday to raise money for a great cause, tell us about it. >> ok, we want you to come out to click fillet on monday evening, 124th and capital, sandwich, 20% will be donated to the big night to shine event in february. >> what an easy way to give back. you like chicken and come to click fillet. how does it work. >> it is about forgettable prom night experience. it is unique. put on by the tim tebow foundation. they sponsor it.
so the lutheran communities will present this. we have official hosts and that will be some churches good shepherd luthern and faith ruthern church in watertown. and st. peter's in lebanon helping out as well. so yeah. a great way for people in the community with intellectual disabilities to have the experience. >> prom is special for so maybe of our students. but for this particular community, a chanceor crown. >> everyone get as crown. a crowning ceremony, that is part of the whole deal. we roll out the red carpet, paparazzi and shoe shining. >> and you can go to the chick-fil-a. >> 124th and capital in brookfield. that will be monday december 12th. this up coming week. 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. have your chicken sandwich.
andy: right now on wisn 12 news this morning, preparing for snow. this is a live look outside. it is clear right as we head into saturday night. we say good morning to you. welcome to wisn 12 news. i'm andy choi. seventh 30:00 just ability on this saturday, december 10th. we want to get to the forecast. and meteorologist jeremy nelson is in the weather center. we are under a winter storm watch this morning. here we go. jeremy: yes. you and i with the snowblower out here in 24 to 36 hours. the biggest snow in the season in the forecast.
through sunday and a winter storm watch for southeastern wisconsin will start this evening and go through 12:00 a.m. on monday. most of the snow should be wrapping up sunday evening. where is the snow at? it is off to the west. moving into western iowa, moving off to the east-southeast and move in our direction for today. if you have travel plans anticipate dry roads. cold conditions. 18 degrees in milwaukee. 13 in madison. single digits in no woods. and the forecast today, traveling across the area, dry through the afternoon. past 6:00 or 7:00. light snow will overspread our area from west to east. we will talk about how much snow, when it ends and the big drop in temperatures for next week. andy. andy: all right. this morning the city of milwaukee is gearing up for the snow. adrienne pedersen spoke with people at the public works
adrienne: garden trucks are now dressed up as snowplows ready for a weekend of work. >> i say bring it on. adrienne: director of operations at the city of milwaukee department public of working promises us they are ready for the snow. >> our main goal in mind is that we have safe and passible streets. adrienne: crews started preps on wednesday, adding an anti-icing solution to more roads than last year. the salt itself is different, an more of an oatmeal consistency. >> if you have driven behind a salt truck in the past. the salt hit the street and bounce. and sometimes the onces under the park cars and not where we want it, or the wind takes it. so the wetting will help the stick. andy: that was adrienne pedersen reporting. and winter parking is in effect in the city of milwaukee.
if you're parked on a mark street you could get a ticket our be towed. one community is declaring a snow emergency. it starts sunday night in watertown. we'll update that list along with any church and event cancellations that come in on the free wisn 12 news app. you will see our live interabtival radar there. we're following breaking news this morning. officials are investigating the death of an infant near 33rd and west garfield. police baby died. no word on if arrests were made. we will continue to keep you updated throughout the morning. a warning from officials this morning after a man falls through ice and dies. it happened on lake como yesterday afternoon. 20 rescue agencies we're called in to search for the 40-year-old man. but it was impossible.
had, no ice is safe. >> ice is incredible unstable. but it is extremely dangerous when it is forming and when it is thawing. andy: officials are saying it is unclear why the man was out there in the first place. his name is not released. a group of moms is asking milwaukee county sheriff david clarke to step down. this comes after four deaths at the jail that his department ru yesterday the group progressive moms of milwaukee held a demonstration with dape canners to make their point. now, sheriff the jail that his clarke respond on facebook saying the media and progressive moms seem more interested in generating fake news because if involves david clarke. right now, an audit is underway looking into the medical care at the county jail and the house of corrections. wisconsin's presidential vote recount is nearly down. right now 64 of the state's 72
their ballots, including milwaukee and waukesha county. final numbers should be released. the deadline is monday night. wisn 12 news 7:33. new this morning the u.s. is sending more troops to syria to battle the islamic state. ash carter is saying 200 more american troops will be sent to help kurdish and arab fighters will help to capture the stronghold. there are 300 troops authorized for the effort to organize and train local syrian for u.s. secretary of state john kerry is in paris today working to find solution for syria's operation. kerry will meet with members to discuss the safety of civilians and keep the city from been destroy. last month's deadly plane crash in colombia is called murder. because the pilot violated protocol.
takeoff on a four-hour flight with barely enough fuel. international flight regulation require the aircraft to fly for 30 minutes after reaching their destination. the flight was carrying a braziliage soccer team and it crashed. 71 people died. six people on the plane survived. wisn 12 news time 7:35. looking ahead, the waukesha county sheriff's department is holding its annual shop with a sheriff today. 27 local children will be given the po a deputy or corrections officer, and heading to wal-mart to buy presents for family members and something for themselves. this is the seventh year the office has held the event. today cocoa with the clauses is being held at the milwaukee lights festival. families will have a chance to pick taketures and talk with jolly st. nick and ms. claus.
square park. it is free to get in. wisn 12 news time, 7:35. for one local teenager working means so much more than just getting a paycheck. only on wisn 12 news, chocolate and cancer are taking on a new meaning. [music plays] reporter: it is crunch time with the music on high and the chocolate brimming. from apples and caramel. the tenth and busiest christmas >> it is amazing. reporter: this year, there's something even bigger to celebrate. >> yeah. >> at age 15, oliva appreciates being here even more than most her age. she's taken on cancer. >> i had a -- 103 fever. reporter: three years ago what was to be the flu was worse. >> they did a bone marrow test
>> i cannot imagine thinking about that at 12 years old. >> yeah, it was a hard thing to process. reporter: crushing and scary news for a close-knit family that did anything they could to keep her spirits up. >> it was? thing to do. reporter: the community embraced oliva's family. >> she used to come in every day she had her chemo treatment. and she was just the sweetest little thing. >> my mom was a big part of it because she told me all of t up -- that -- i would get through it. >> you're really a testament to just being a tough kid with a -- with a -- sweet tooth. >> yeah. reporter: that helps. >> uh-huh. reporter: you might recognize oliva from aaron rodgers 12 day of christmas campaign years ago. >> did you like having the stop
>> it is nerve-racking. but i can raise awareness. reporter: after 2 1/2 years, good news and the go ahead to get an after school job. she called on a familiar place. >> i didn't see her in a while. she walked in for application. the three of us looked at each other and said she is hired. reporter: oliva agreed to tell her personal story, she wanted to make sure that the other kids in the team got attention, too. from the very start, the owner here has wanted to give kids positive first job experiences. >> oliva is the best chocolate trimmer we have. >> oliva is on a mission to keep her mind off cancer. her job here helps. >> yeah. we have a lot of fun here. reporter: with promising test results she's in a good place. >> i go in once a month and they take blood work to see? my counts have regular.
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news this morning. 7:42 on this saturday, december 10th. the sun coming out this weekend. a little bit misleading, though enjoying it while it lasts. jeremy is here to tell us about how the sun is going away and the snow is coming in. jeremy: misleading it looks ok outside. but you go outside it is cold this morning. in less than 12 hours snow here across southeastern wisconsin. big changes in the weekend forecast. it really gets going by the evening. a winter storm watchin effect at 6:00 and continue until 12:00 on monday. there is the sunshine out there. suntastic start to the day over lake michigan. 18 degrees in milwaukee. there's the cold air but it feels colder when you factor in
not hang onto the lead. and jason kidd calling it a kn lesson for the team. we will see if they learned anything tonight. tip-off is at 6:00 ahead. an toronto today, the milwaukee native will not be bringing home the feather weight title. for the first time in his professional career, he missed his weight. he is still able to fight today. but if he wins 20% of his earnings goes to hallway. packers host the seahawks tomorrow at lambeau field. and perry is ruled out and matthews is questionable. and aaron rodgers is limited in practice this week.
the forecast for sunday's showdown is expected to be similar to last week's game against the texans. nice and snowy. the packers are prepared. kickoff is at 3:25. we might see more snow angels at lambeau field tomorrow. jeremy: i think more snow will be sticking. temperatures five to 10 degrees colder than last weekend. and plenty of snow in the stands, too, 3:25. and we will have snow if you headed to lambeau field on sunday. leave early. people ask me what time should we leave. i say 7:00 or 8:00 p.m., plan on double the drive time. if you get up there too heal, you can tailgate extra or grab a bite to eat. so 20's for the game. light snow from kickoff that will taper off at the end of the game. the snow timeline in southeastern wisconsin.
9:00 p.m. this evening. snow will continue tonight right through sunday morning and the afternoon. the total snowfall in our part of the state, five to eight inches. closer to fond du lac maybe trim an inch or two. we will talk about the timing in a moment. first where the snow is at and how quick it will reach us here in southeastern wisconsin. so early this morning we may see a little bit of sunshine. clouds filled in across iowa. it i sioux city and sioux falls. this will track east to northeast today. it will push the moisture our way. 16 degrees. a cold start to the day in racine. a deck of clouds over the lake. but some sunshine for us here in southeast wisconsin. enjoy it. by this afternoon, we will see increasing clouds. temperatures only low to mid-20's for today. and then that snow starts to develop by this evening. wins today a little bit on the brisk side.
we have wind chills early this morning in the single digits and teens. ok. here's futurecast. hour-by-hour to let you know when the snow arrives. 3:00 this afternoon. still dry, and cloudy. 7:00 p.m. this evening. snow on the doorstep, that will spread in between 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. you may see patchy light snow initially once we are past myth night. the steady and heavier snow will sweep across the area. that will coue morning. roads become slippery the temperatures in the low 20's when this begins. this is the trip north to green bay, midday into the afternoon, a snowy go on i-43 and heading up 151 or highway 26. snow in all directions. it stays snowy in southeast wisconsin until the early evening hours and it wraps up quick from west to east. the general band of five to eight inches across the area.
eight inches of snow, waukesha, milwaukee, and racine, kenosha, and lake geneva. the farther north you travel, the better chance of four to five inches of snow. that is enough to shovel and plow out of the way. the polar express will come in, in the wake of the system. by tuesday, wednesday and thursday, the coldest air of the season. some areas will not get out of the single digits for daytime highs. and nighttime lights in the seven-day forecast, here in milwaukee, assuming five to eight in o weekend. we will have the insulating blanket of cold down, one degree below zero by thursday morning. before we get there, snow this weekend. and another chance of minor snow accumulation, less than an inch on monday and tuesday. there it is. a wintery look and feel to the seven-day forecast. andy. andy: all right. thank you, jeremy. up next on wisn 12 news this
andy: welcome back to wisn 12 news this morning. you're taking outside. beautiful sunlight, 7:53 on this december 10th. we will check in with jeremy to see when that snow is coming. new this morning a holiday lights giving back to the community. edge chantment in the park is back for the eighth year. here to talk about it is laurie, thanks for coming in. >> thank you. >> glad today and not tomorrow. >> yes. yes. >> let's talk about the edge
about? >> a holiday light snow. close to -- show, close to a million lights. we opened a week and a half ago through new year's eve. we are closed on christmas. it is a mile-long to drive through. you park your car and walk back in. we have an entertainment room with a stage. so special events practically every night. we have santa every night. and a horse drawn carriage on friday and saturdays that goes >> eight years strong. you're practically lighting professionals at this point. quite a few volunteers. about 750 to a thousand volunteers. we have a nonprofit group help us set and takedown the event. the proceeds go to the nonprofits. >> let's talk about the nonprofits. a lot of people we went to help
food. our main purpose is to give to the food pantries. we service all of the food panaries in washington county. bring a bag of food. if you don't want to do that, a ten dollars cash donation or both if you're generous. >> going on eight years you have to find something now, you have something this year. >> yep. we took a little bit of money this year and bought special kid-friendly interactive structures. so you'll see a lot of things this year that you didn't see last year. >> excellent, what is your favorite parts? >> i love seeing the family come through, and the kids faces with the sent ha. we have everything in one place. the entertainment, the santa, the horse and carriage. we have the senior center, selling hot cocoa and popcorn. all-in-one spot. >> laurie, thank you. hoppy holidays. >> thank you. you, too. >> for more go to www.wisn.com.
arak right now, we are under a winter storm watch. heavy snow is on the way. that's what we're expecting on this sunny saturday morning. good morning, and welcome to wisn 12 news. 8:00 on this saturday, december 10th. we want to get right to meteorologist jeremy nelson. sheep here with a look at what we can expect with snowfall later today. jeremy: that is right. andy. tracking the winter storm to the west right now. we have snow in milwaukee right now. the doppler 12 radar is looking at hawaii and northern missouri. i put the airport so on, it will head in our direction. 3 26-miles away from downtown milwaukee. so plenty of time between now and when the snow arrives.
this evening. dry roads this afternoon. great travel here across southeastern wisconsin. but it will start to become slippery this evening once the snowflakes start to fall, that should be between 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. this morning it is cold outside. the temperatures in the teens. 18 in downtown milwaukee. and 14 in waukesha. and a little breeze that is pushing the wind chill factor values into the single digits. zero this morning. here is the forecast. a grera is the pick day of the weekend especially until we get to 7:00 p.m. this evening. we will see sunshine give way to clouds this afternoon. i will go over the detailed timing of snow. how much snow we're expecting and when the snowstorm system exits coming up. andy: jeremy, thank you. we mentioned we are under a winter storm watch. the city of milwaukee is gearing up for tonight's snow. on standby from milwaukee county 100 pieces of equipment ready to
wednesday, adding an anti-icing solution. this year the county is using a different type of salt with an oatmeal-type consistency. drivers are reminded to say behind salts and plow trucks to stay safe. they are ready for the snow. >> if we get the higher limits of the snow predicted we will have a snow emergency in all likelihood. that is declared by the commiser in a snow emergency there are posted snow routes. look for the signs. , again, whenever you park. on snow emergency routes there remain streets and bus routes we need to keep them clear. andy: winter parking rules are also in effect in the city of milwaukee. the d.p.w. will let us know if and when the four inch rule applies. so pay attention to the signs of the street. if you're parked on a mark street you would be ticketed or
one community is declaring a snow emergency sunday night in watertown. this would be a great time to download or free wisn 12 news mobile app. you will find snow updaters and information with churches and businesses that could be forced to close. we are following breaking news this morning. officers are investigating the death of an infant near 23rd and west garfield. police are not revealing how the baby died. no word on if arrests are made. we will continue to keep you updated throug t this morning. serious crash on milwaukee's south side. this is the screen an hour ago at 35th and arthur. police tell us one person was taken to the hospital. no word on the victim's condition. milwaukee police are still investigating a deadly car accident late last night. it happened that intersection of 12th and headley. police are saying a chevy suburban crashed into a dodge stratus. a 66-year-old man inside of the car died at the scene. the driver of the suburban
the scene and is cooperating with investigators. in walworth county one man died after falling through in the ice. it handed on lake como yesterday, crews searched for hours and found the body to the victim. police are not releasing the name of the victim at this time. right now, milwaukee police need your help finding a missing woman. they are describing her condition as critical. 30 without sabrina alan was seen on december 6th. if you have seen, police a call. wisconsin's presidential recounted is just about done with 64 of the state's 72 counties concluding the recount process. milwaukee and waukesha counties among the counties wrapping up. workers in the counties spent nine days on the job. the results will be sent to the wisconsin elections commission that will be posted on-line. the deadline to finish the recount is monday night. the state will officially certify the election results on tuesday.
ordering intelligence official to review claims that russia hacked the 2016 election. the reviews expected to be done before donald trump's inauguration. prior to the election, the u.s. government blamed the russian government for cyberattacks same today influence election outcomes. donald trump denied a rush tie to reflection related hacking. looking ahead. donald trump will be at the wisconsin state fair expo center in west allis on tuesday night. vice president-elect mike pence will also be there. last in michigan. and tonight he is expected to attend the annual army-navy football game. this week, the president-elect has been holding meetings for cabinet members. he has not picked a seven-day forecastler of state. yesterday rudy giuliani withdraw himself from the list of candidates. a government shutdown averted with less than an hour to spare. president barack obama signing the stop gap spending bill that keeps the government running
night. the new bill provides disaster relief to louisiana following summer flooding. $10 billion in emergency war funding for the pentagon. and it expedites the process confirming donald trump's nominee for defense secretary, james matiss. a milwaukee high school girl's basketball team faced possible suspension for taking a knee during the national anthem. the team gained more attention when nfl quarterback colin kaepernick retweeted the photo. on wisn 12 news, chirstina with the parents standing behind their daughters. [music plays] chirstina: the bayview varsity girls basketball team drew a standing ovation during the national anthem. each raised a first in the air. this is after parents are saying the team was threatened with displayinary action for kneeling during the anthem earlier in the week. >> she felt she has the right.
the picture received a lot of attention. especially -- colin kaepernick retweeted the photo on twitter. and then the players started to receive backlash. and brown is saying her daughter came home from school upset after administrators told them not to be again. not all family members support the team's actions. gonzales doesn't want to see her granddaughter get in trouble. >> before you do that, find out what the consequences are. reporter: many in the crowd, including the local black panther party came out to support the team tonight. >> we're putting anyone on notice. if there are sanctions towards the young ladies they will have to deal with the community and the black panthers. reporter: it is unclear if the players will face disciplinary action for what they did during tonight's national anthem chirstina palladino, wisn 12 news. andy: thank you.
the i-94 rivalry between marquette and wisconsin, they are hitting the hardwood this afternoon at the bmo harris bradley center. last year the golden eagles won by two points. the banners are hoping to win back bragging rights this year. tip-off is at 1:00 p.m. and schools are singing for the top prize. a college choir competition. it starts at 12:30. they need the community to come out and vote for the winner. the top school takes home $5,000. wisn 12 news time 8:07. we're in for snow this weekend. coming up a firsthand look at how tough it gets when roads are slick. and you can stay safe on the
andy: welcome back to wisn 12 news this morning. a beautiful shot of our city on this saturday, december 10th. snow is on the way. of course, when the snow day falls on a weekend it is sort of bittersweet. you have to go into work on monday, but we have time to make sure that all of the errands can be run and you'll be good to go. jeremy: not bad today. the roads are i mentioned earlier, one of the most popular questions i have gotten over the past 24 hours, what will the weather be like monday morning. so many people want a snow day or wondering if the kids will have a show day. but the snow is late this evening through sunday. and commute on monday morning will not be too bad. getting out the driveway will be a chore. hard to know that we have snow in the forecast looking at thankful beautiful seen. looking off to the east and southeast.
breeze it feels like nine in the city. later on today, after 6:00 p.m., the winter storm watch for southeast wisconsin. travel conditioned to look good. this evening they will go down hill. tonight might be the worst driving conditions we have seen since last winter and put the caution flag up for tomorrow with snow continues. during the day i will let you know how much coming up. andy: thank you, jeremy. with all of the snow on the way, people in milwaukee may have more snow plowing option. the common council barrett are reducing the fee for a plowing license. starting tuesday it will drop from $50 to ten dollars. the city will compile a list of licensed contractors on-line. the roads could get missy this weekend. and state d.o.t. officials warn people to use caution. high winds and driving snow will be a challenge. new this morning one wisconsin college is getting interactive to show the changers of slick roads. we have the report. >> no. no.
common sense, serious accidents happen every winter. a driving simulating shows how different roads are when they are dry. >> here we stop five feet, approximately before this black car. reporter: versus when they are wet. >> and you can see on the icy road how much further i have traveled down. reporter: it is not just stopping in the snow that's a problem. >> if i -- suddenly or do any sudden movement i will -- start to lose control of the vehicle. as you saw right there. reporter: traveling around is also trickier. >> pretty easy to navigate around him. oh, my reaction is a little bit different now because it is slippery. oh. reporter: when roads are slick,
former astronaut john glenn will be honored in two special ways. yesterday president barack obama ordered all u.s. flags at half staff until the evening of glenn's burial. and glenn will lie in state that ohio statehouse. funeral arrangements are being worked out. john glenn died on thursday at age 95. new this morning the holidays came a little bit early for one school in pennsylvania. a secret santa paying off all of the students lunch balances. the principal is saying a person check covering lunches for all 300 students. >> he just wanted to be able to give back to the district. it is just an amazing feeling to know that someone would want to help as many stats as they have. andy: the person who paid off the lunch balances does not want to be identified for the good deed. the milwaukee county zoo is spreading christmas cheer this weekend. kids are able to have breakfast
breakfast is at 9:00. and lunch is at noon today and tomorrow. tickets are $20 a child, that includes zoo admission and a meal. this holiday season, wisn 12 news is visiting holiday lights display across southeastern wisconsin. this morning's display at 74th in milwaukee. a half dozen santa's and a nativity scene, and snowman and a winnie the pooh. if you see holiday light displays send us and dreaming of a white christmas. here it comes. jeremy: wake up, the dream will be over by tomorrow at this time. plenty of snow across southeastern wisconsin. a lot of people are wondering how much and if they can travel this weekend. and today is a pretty good travel day. the snow will not arrive until 7:00 tonight. and closer to 6:00 the snow once it begins a long duration snow
and a couple of days down the road the next week, we may struggle to hit 10 degrees above zero. far and away the coldest there this season. the cold has been great news for the local ski hills. snowmaking operations continue this morning at the complex. they are running the nonstop and it is great to see the local ski hills getting the slopes tuesdayests. 19 degrees this morning. and sunshine, and clouds thicken this afternoon. and winds five to 10 miles per hour. great travel conditions currently, the doppler 12 radar network shows us flurries and a shower statewide. and looking at clear to partly cloudy skies at the moment. and to the west, the swath of snow is starting to show up. this will move east and start expanding by the evening and race into southeastern
clouds, filtered sunshine in waukesha it is 14 degrees there. a west breeze between five and 10 miles per hour. so the clouds will start to thicken. our breeze, as we showed earlier, five to 10 miles per hour for today. but still enough to add a chill in the air. the cold is what we're focusing on this morning and snow later on. but the wind chills have a bit to them, zero in beaver dam. and two above in west bend and sheboygan. all right. let's go o this rolled in, so your hour-by-hour forecast. and talk about snow timing and totals. we will stop this at several places. 3:00 this afternoon, the creasing clouds across the area. the snow will move in tonight and this evening. so 7:00 p.m., light snow near lake geneva, and madison, approaching johnson creek and watertown.
as patchy light snow. and the other snow closer to midnight. and then between midnight and 7:00 and 8:00 a steeldsy snow. this is at 2:00 p.m., the packer game is at 3:30 or before that. snow at kickoff. and things start to wind down as we go into sunday evening. then by 10:00 p.m. pretty much statewide the snow should be done across the area. and then cleanup is uwa much of southern wisconsin. and trim off one or two inches of snow up to the north in parts of fond du lac and western and northern areas of sheboygan county. this is our biggest snow this season. the impacts, winds light up till we get into sunday afternoon. and eight to 18 miles per hour. the roads very slippery. not too many power issues.
andy: welcome back to wisn 12 news this morning. we're taking a live look outside. the sun is starting to come up here. 8:23 on this saturday december 10th. we're going to check in with jeremy. first, new this morning the may be cold outside. but the racine zoo has plenty of ways to get involved this time of the year. here to join us, beth and kristina special animals at some zoo as well as a fundraiser. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> all right. who do we here slithering into the studio. >> this is our smallest snake that we have at the zoo. a 19-year-old kenyan sand boa. >> 19. >> ok. full-grown. >> give it a shot here. >> absolutely. he is a sweetheart.
not a snark person. snake person, but for travel. here we go, a fund rider. >> on the 21st of december. it is world wine wednesday, we will highlight the wines we have had over the course of the last year. be in our main building, our vanishing kingdom. people are able to have drinks. they are able to meet the animals. >> all right. >> no, a glass of wine in one hand and appetizers in the other. they will be part of the -- zoo. >> why not, of course the holidays we want to give. so tell us about the giving tree. >> absolutely, a tree in the giftshop. we have animal ambassador and all of animal ornaments and adopt ornaments.
it goes towards the welfare, treats and snacks for them. and ornaments you can purchase from amazon. and those -- toys will go into their -- enclosures and their habitats and their homes. >> it is to make guys like fossil happy and healthy. and making sure that we educate our families and children about the wonderful animals that zoo. >> absolutely. >> wonderful. >> excellent. >> if i holding him right. >> yep. >> he wants to get away. >> i think we're going to be great friends. so -- and you guys are looking for volunteers as well? >> we are. we're relaunching our volunteer program. applications you can start doing those today. we're taking applications through january 16th. and training in february. so our goal is to have 100 new volunteers by the time april comes around for everything from special events to helping make
volunteer, or interprettival volunteers to greet people. who are cheated. we have a lot of people that love to zoo. volunteer. >> thank you, ladies. for more information at the racine zoo go to www.wisn.com. thank you very much, fossil have being my coanchor for a couple of minutes there. i think he is ok. >> yes. thank you. andy: making the holiday brighter for local families. [holiday music] when it's time to deck the halls in here the only place to go for outdoor gifts
andy: right now on wisn 12 news this morning. preparing for snow. a live look outside. it is clear right now. but that's all going to change this weekend. with that, we say good morning, and welcome to wisn 12 news. i'm andy choi. 8:29 on this saturday, december 10th. we want to get to the forecast. meteorologist jeremy nelson is in the weather center. and jeremy we are under a winter storm watch this morning. i held the snake for a few minutes. this is nothing. jeremy: you did that, and handle a little bit of snow. it is wisconsin, it snows around here. but when it begins and ends and in between there how much snow will we get. a winter storm watch from 6:00 to 12:00 a.m. on my. could see snow across the area. steady at times. right now the weekend is gorgeous. just cold at the moment. 18 degrees. you factor in the westerly breeze at seven. we have a wind chill right now in the upper single digits here in the city. if you're thinking about doing holiday or christmas shopping this weekend. today is your day if you want to travel on dry roads. we will stay dry through 6:00 p.m. our cold start to the day warms
to mid-20's this afternoon. the snow begins after 7:00 p.m. here in the city. we will talk about how much we are expecting by the time this ends late sunday coming up. andy: all right. jeremy, thank you. the city of milwaukee is gearing up for the snow. and adrienne pedersen spoke with the people at the public works department on what they are doing to keep us stress-free and safe. adrienne: garbage trucks are now dressed up as snowplows ready for a weekend of work. >> i say bring adrienne: director of operations that seattle of mount clemens department of public works laura daniels says they are ready for the snow. >> our main goal in mind. adrienne: crews started preps wednesday, adding an anti-icing solution to more roads than last year. the salt itself is different and has more of anode meal consistency. >> if you have driven behind a salt truck in the pass. the salt hits the street and
the parked cars or not where we want it, or the wind takes it. so the prewetting will help the application stick to where we want it to be. andy: that was adrienne pedersen reporting. winter parking rules are in effect in the city of milwaukee. the d.p.w. will let us know if the four inch rule starts. so pay attention to the signs of the street. if you're parked on the mark street, you could get a ticket our be towed. one community is declari evening in watertown. we will update the list with any church and event -- events on our wisn 12 news app. breaking news this morning. officials are investigating the death of an infant near 33rd and west garfield. police are not reviling how the baby died.
throughout the morning. a warning from authorities this morning after a man falls through ice and dies on lake como in walworth county yesterday afternoon. 20 different agencies we're called in to search for the 40-year-old man. but the cold made the rescue impossible. authorities are saying because of the warm weather we had, nosies is safe ice. >> ice is incredibly unstable, but is extremely dangerous when it is forming and andy: officials are saying is unclear why the man was out in the first place. his name is not released. a group of moms is asking milwaukee county sheriff david clarke to step down. after four deaths that jail that his department runs including the death of a baby. yesterday the group progressive moms of milwaukee held a demonstration with diapers to make their point. sheriff clarke responded to the
right now, an audit is underway looking into the medical care at both the county jail and the house of corrections. wisconsin's presidential vote recounted is nearly done. right now, 64 of the state's 72 counties finished recounting their ballots including milwaukee and waukesha counties. final numbers should be released in the next couple of days. the deadline is monday night. wisn 12 news time 8:34. new this morning the u.s. is sending more troops to syria to battle the islamic state. defense secretary ash carter is saying 200 more american troops will be sent to help kurdish and eric fighters to help capture the groups strong hold. they will include speciallyerations forces. already 300 troops are authorized for the forces. secretary of state john kerry is
solutions for serious' offeration in aalmost so, they are going to discuss the safety of civilians in aleppo. and the wisn 12 news time 8:35. looking ahead, the washington county sheriff department is holding the shop with the sheriff event today. 27 local children will be given the opportunity to hang out with a deputy or corrections officer. they will head to wal-mart to buy presents for family members and something for themselves. of course. thea the official has held the event. wisn 12 news time 8:35. for one local teen working means so much more than just getting a paycheck. only on wisn 12 news, cathy shows us how chocolate and cancer are taking on a new meaning. [music plays] reporter: it is crunch time with the music on high and the chocolate brimming.
caramel, sweet trio in grafton is marking its tenth and busiest christmas. >> it's amazing. reporter: this year there is something even big tar celebrate. at age 15, oliva appreciates being here even more than most her age. she's taken on cancer. >> i had a 103 fever. reporter: three years ago what was thought to be the flu was so much worse. >> they did finally a bone marrowes with leukemia. >> i can't imagine thinking about that at 12 years old. >> yeah. it was a hard thing to process. reporter: crushing, scary news for a close-knit family that did everything they could to keep her spirits up. >> it was nice to get something sweet to get my mind off of treatments. reporter: community embraced oliva's family. >> she came in every day after
she told me all of the time when i wanted to give up that i would get through it. reporter: you're really a testament to being a tough kid with a sweet tooth. >> yeah. reporter: that helps. >> uh-huh. reporter: you might recognize oliva from packers quarterback aaron rodgers 12 days of christmas campaign a couple years ago. >> did you like having the spotlight on you. >> it is first, but it is worth it. i can raise awareness for childhood cancer and make a difference in other people's lives. reporter: after 2 1/2 years, good news and the go ahead to get an after school job. she called on a familiar place. >> you didn't see her for a while. she walked in for an application. and the three of us looked at each other and said she's hired. >> i cannot help but get in the middle of this.
that other kids in the team -- got attention, too. reporter: from the very start, the owner here wanted to give kids positive first job experiences. >> oliva is the best chocolate trimmer we have. reporter: oliva is on a mission to keep her mind off cancer. her job here helps. >> yeah. we had a lot of fun here. reporter: with promising test results she's in a good place. >> i go in once a month and they take blood have regular. they have been, that's good. reporter: she diligently trims away and quietly takes in her first christmas in remission. kathy mykleby, wisn 12 news. andy: thank you. we turn to wisn 12 news. and now, meteorologist jeremy nelson in the weather center. good morning. jeremy. jeremy: good morning. every. we are tracking snow in the
andy: welcome back to wisn 12 news this morning. a live look outside. some sun out there. it is a little misleading. it is cold, obviously the snow, the big story of the weekend. we will check back in with jeremy do see how much snow we will get. later today the bucks in action hitting the court against the wizards in washington. the team is coming off of a
home to the atlanta hawks. 114-110. milwaukee looked good early in the matchup, despite being ahead 20 points of the half, the bucks could not hang onto the lead. coach jason kidd calling the game a good lesson for the team. we'll see if they learned anything tonight. tip-off is at 6:00. look ahead, mma superstar anthony will fight max in toronto today. but the milwaukee native will not be bringing home the u.f.c. feather weight title. because for the first time in his career he missed his weight. he is able to fight today, if he wins 20% of his earnings goes to max. packers host the seahawks tomorrow at lambeau field, they will have to do it without key players. perry is rules out. matthews status is questionable. and rodgers was limited in practice yesterday, but expected to play. the forecast for sunday's showdown is expected to be similar to last week's game
packers are prepared. kickoff is at 3:25. at the box office this weekend, ryan gauzeling and emma stone sing and dance and aniston and bateman host a christmas story. kevin frazier has more. reporter: this weekend, lead an all-star cast in a wild night in office christmas party and ryan gosselin and emma stone show off their singing and dancing skills. >> what do you play? >> ryan gosling is a jazz musician and stone is an actress, they fall in love with
a live and a party like you have never seen before. >> everything that you hope to happen at a christmas party happened at the christmas party. and everything you hope would not happen, happens at the christmas party. >> i love this company. >> what did you do to him? >> i feel alive? >> for entertainment tonight, i'm kevin frazier, back to you in the studio. andy: thank you, kevin.
mixer, you want to have more time. jeremy: going there now snow on the roads, but the trip home slippery. so last weekend maybe a major test, we had snow, most of the time it melted. totally different story this time. snow sticking to the makement -- pavement, tomorrow morning a lot of people heading north to lambeau field, leave by 7:00 or might think that ridiculous. but snow on the roads traveling north on 483 it will be snowing. during the game just light snow and tapers off during the fourth quarter. here locally, a heavy impact from the storm system. it gets going this evening. the first snowflakes will come down, between 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. in milwaukee. totals when it is all said and done, five to eight inches for
up. the impacts, slippery roads are likely. and allow a lot of extra time traveling from later saturday evening through sunday. snow is still off to the west. no concerns for any snow on the pavement here this morning across southern wisconsin, that will continue this afternoon. the swath of snow will expand east and arrive here after 6:00 p.m. and the winter storm watch goes into effect. and a mix of sun and clouds and keep that aroundor this afternoon. 18 degrees is currently a factor in the westerly breeze at five to 10, it doesn't look like much, but enough to give us the feels-like temperature in the single digits. here is what everyone is wondering. when does the snow arrive and exists and how much are we expecting. here is the futurecast. they hour-by-hour timeline. 3:00 p.m., here are the clouds. the snow is in the southwest
iowa, and that will overspread our area. this is at 8:00 this evening. just beginning to arrive in the milwaukee metro area. some of the darker shaded colors hereriment steadier and heavier snow that may move through time-to-time. and heading north to lambeau, a lot of snow between milwaukee and green bay, fairly steady from the morning into the afternoon. and the afternoon the snow tapers off. midafternoon we still keep snow around in southeastern wisconsin. and then a late over flurry and clouds across the area. five to eight inches of snow for most of our viewing area. that trips down by an inch or
travel, sheboygan and fond du lac county. now, here's a little bit more detail, here's kind of how we come up with the snow forecast. we look at a lot of models. this is one that just came in. this fits the five to eight inch band fairly well and less to the north and also to the west. following the snow, we'll have a big chunk of arctic air settle in across the midwest. that comes our way tuesday, wednesday, and thursday. you can call it a cold blast. anything you want. bittol the wind chills below zero. and daytime highs may struggle to hit 10 degrees across parts of our area. this weekend, snow begins this evening and continues sunday. on sunday we warm to 32. the main roads treated and plows may be slushy. so keep that in mind. you can probably get around, allow extra time. and tuesday with snow and arctic front moving through. could drop below zero by
performing in the annual holiday concert. andy: welcome back to wisn 12 news. here is a live look outside. it is sunny, but it is cold out there, we will check back in with jeremy to see when the snow is coming in. now to this weekend's arts avenue. milwaukee children's choir voices prevents a candle lit evening. now, to join us is marco. thank you, there joining us. >> absolutely. >> happy hid us about the concert, four years strong. >> four years strong. we are wisconsin's premier the treble for children's choir. this is our fourth annual readings and carols concert at the chuneedial in date milwaukee. tickets are available at
orq. so there are opportunityies for audience participation to sing carols and a string orchestra this year. so kids rehearse four hours a week. and performing at the highest level. so inviolate people to -- invite people to come and not judge a book by the cover. these are substantially talented kids. and some of the kids last night were a benefit of hearing that. reporter: this you mentioned this is a more contemplative concert. you want to capture the holidays and the right mood. >> we want to slow down the holiday season a little bit and let's extra enjoy the season and not just -- charging away at buying gifts and all of that. an enjoy time. it is readings and carols. secular readings and carols and
andy: welcome back to wisn 12 news this morning. a live look outside on this saturday, the sun making it look like it is warm. but it is cold. the snow is coming. we will check in with meteorologist jeremy nelson in a bit. disney releasing a teaser of the long awaited ducktails fans awaited the return of scrooge mcduck. the show airing back in the late 80 e's and the '90s. there it is. the new series will launch next summer on disney xd. ikea is known for the product names. but the latest marketing campaign is change something of them. the best-selling products are named after popular relationship searches on google. a daybed is my partner snores
mixed signals. and he cannot plan anything clipboard. you will find the newly named items at wisconsin's first ikea store, the grand opening is summer 2018. now, keyword there, summer. that just sounds warm. jeremy: it sounds good. andy: we have winter to deal with. jeremy: it is fall. and wintery weather this weekend. sun this weekend, cold, dry, and moment. the snow off to the west will be in our area saturday evening. 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. the snow will begin. outside currently the snow showers and flurries danced around in the overnight hours. snow mixed in. 19 right now. west breeze at 10. it feels like seven degrees above zero. a lot going on wisn 12 news. our team will be tracking the winter storm.
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