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the roads have been cleared. they look a little slick. crews have been out salting and plowing the freeway to keep the roads clear. but clearing city streets can be more challenging for road crews. patrick: as 12 news terry sater shows us, drivers need to pay attention where they park. reporter: it's very important that you look at the signs on the street where you're thinking about parking. this upper sign designates this street as a four-inch parking rule street. that means none of the cars that are parked here should be here right now. from the sidewalks to the streets it's time to move the snow and for nancy davis and josh hart it's time to move the suv. they're parked in a four-inch rule zone. >> it's getting to that point. so probably time to take action. >> to make our operations effective, and efficient, people need to follow the parking regulations. what that means is, first and foremost, you need to follow the signs that are posted. reporter: joe hanna decided to
-- the sunset. >> i've got this pretty small honda civic here. so i can't get out unless i shovel the snow out of the way. reporter: there are various rules which can be in effect from street to street. so make sure you look at those signs. they're all designed to make sure the city can plow both sides of the street. in milwaukee, terry sater, wisn 12 news. reporter: i'm nick bohr in brookfield, where the snow finally stopped falling at 8:00 after a pretty constant snowfall for about 24 hours. we want to see how it has piled up here on this car that has been parked all day long. it is about seven inches of snow. the plows have been out all day long, with most of the drivers starting around 4:00 when the a.m. snow really started accumulating. they first hit the main streets, saving the side streets for later in the day. but, the plows had to return to the same streets over and over again because the snow, while it
constant. we checked in at the waukesha county highway department, where even as late as 7:00 tonight were still filling up their trucks with tons of salt. because there's a limit to how many hours they can be behind the wheel, they had to stop at 8:00 tonight after 16 hours on the roads. the plan is for those drivers to be back out around 3:00 a.m. so all of us can get back into work tomorrow morning. all of that work is not going to be in it by tomorrow morning. extra time as you head out tomorrow. reporting in brookfield, nick bohr, wisn 12 news. patrick: and the winter weather is just getting started. sheldon: chief meteorologist mark baden joins us from the weather center with a look at the forecast. mark: it will be a wintry week here. let's take a moment and thank all of the road crews that have been working diligently. i think they do an amazing job
host of the roads clear. i noticed crews are going to want to move all of that snow out of the way before this moves in, because you do not want to become one big chunk of ice before you have another round of snow. it looks like it will be moving in as we head into friday and saturday. a lot of questions on that. we still a ways away. the main event is done. i cannot say we will be maybe enough to bring a quarter of an inch of snow in a few spots, especially into our northern counties. this will rotate through as we had through the night. it will be a lot warmer tomorrow that it is for the rest of this forecast, at least for the next four days after that. that front comes through monday night bringing a few snow showers. temperatures will be lucky to
are first wind-chill advisory's. >> snow will impact trash pickup in the city of milwaukee this week. it may take extra time for crews to get your garbage bins. the patient through all of this. if you have alley pickup come these shovel around your garbage bin so crews can get to them. patrick: donald trump is facing new questions about russia. also, questions tonight ab country for interferring with -- interfering with the presidential election, and the president-elect's likely pick for the nation's top diplomat. here's abc's mary bruce in washington. >> i think it's ridiculous. i think it's just another excuse. i don't believe it. i don't know why? reporter: donald trump once again taking aim at the u.s. intelligence community. the president-elect reacting to a washington post report that the cia has found russia interfered with the u.s. election to help trump win.
despite past intelligence reports. >> i think the democrats are putting it out. reporter: trump also says he doesn't need daily intelligence briefings. >> i get it when i needed. i don't have to be told -- you know, i'm, like, a smart person. reporter: russia is likely to remain an issue with news of the president-elect's likely pick for secretary of state. rex tillerson is the exxon mobil ceo with business ties with putin's regime. in this 2013 video you see him shaking hands with putin as he receives the order of friendship award. >> we shouldn't be embarrassed by it, it's something that i think could be a huge advantage to the united states. reporter: but lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are skeptical. senator john mccain on cnn. >> i have obviously concerns of reports of his relationship with vladimir putin who is a thug and a murderer. >> i call it the 3-g cabinet, goldman, generals and gazillionaires. reporter: and tillerson's likely deputy secretary is also raising
former state department official and un ambassador, is known for being extremely hawkish. >> he's still a big cheerleader for the iraq war. if he were to be the assistant or the undersecretary for tillotson, i am an automatic no on bolton. reporter: mary bruce, abc news, washington. patrick: donald trump will be in our area this week. he and vice-president elect mike pence will hold a rally at state fair park on tuesday. it's part of their thank you tour of battleground states that supported them in november. the rally is schedulo at 7:00 p.m. sheldon: investigators in nigeria are looking into a roof collapse that killed 160 people during church service. officials say the church was still under construction, when worshipers gathered for a ceremony yesterday. hundreds of people were inside when metal girders crashed and the iron roof caved in. worshippers say construction of the church was rushed. in cairo, egypt, 25 people are dead after someone bombed a church. officials say that person threw
the complex. so far, no one is claiming responsibility for the attack. egypt's president is declaring 3 days of mourning and has vowed to hunt down the bomber. we're learning more details about how astronaut john glenn will be honored and remembered. tomorrow, the ohio state university board will vote on plans to hold a memorial service for glenn along with a public viewing of his body at the campus this friday. glenn will later be buried at arlington national cemetary. glenn died last week at the age of 95. he was the first american to orbit the earth. he later served as a senator, representing ohio for 24 years. patrick: tonight only on 12 news, a local teenager whose job means so much more than a paycheck. 12 news kathy mykleby takes us to grafton where we see how chocolate and cancer are taking on new meaning. reporter: it's crunch time with the music on high and the chocolate brimming.
scrumptious caramel, suite trio in grafton is marking its 10th and busiest christmas. >> isn't that amazing? reporter: this year there is something even bigger to celebrate. at age 15, olivia appreciates being here even more than most her age. she has taken on cancer. three years ago what was first thought to be the flu was so much worse. >> a bone marrow test, and diagnosed me with leukemia. reporter: i can't imagine thinking about that when you're 12 years old. >> 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 just to get some things to get my mind off of i sickness. reporter: the community embraced
treatment. she was the sweetest thing. >> my mom was a big part of it because she told me every time i wanted to give up that i would get through it. reporter: you are really a testament to being a tough kid with a sweet tooth. >> yea. reporter: you might recognize olivia from packers quarterback aaron rodger's 12 days of christmas campaign a couple years ago. do you like having the spotlight on you? >> it is worth it because i can have awareness for childhood cancer and make a difference and other people's lives. reporter: after two and half years olivia got good news and the go ahead to get an after school job she called on a familiar place. >> i had not seen her for a while. she walked in for an application. and the 3 of us looked at each other and said she's hired.
when olivia agrees to tell her personal story, she wanted to make sure the other kid on the to get some attention to. from the start the owner here has wanted to give kids positive first job experiences. >> olivia is the best chocolates trimmer we have. reporter: olivia is a mission to keep her mind off cancer her job here helps. >> we have a lot of fun here. reporter: with promising tests results she is in a good place. >> month and they take blood to see of my accounts are regular, and they have been for the past couple of months. reporter: as she diligently trims away and quietly takes in her first christmas in remission. kathy mykleby, wisn 12 news, grafton. patrick: a baby is saved, and it's caught on video.
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patrick: now to a perfect example of being in the right place at the right time. sheldon: a mother in tampa bay, florida is counting her blessings after a very close call that was caught on camera. this all played out at the local dmv. shakira nelson, frantically searched for help, after her 15-month old son cory stopped breathing.
steve donaldson jumping into action laying cory on the ground and giving him cpr. >> the overwhelming responsibility of this job is never understood until you have a baby like corey in your arms and he's not breathing. >> i look at the video now and i say thank god for deputy donaldson because without him my baby wouldn't be here. sheldon: by the time paramedics arrived, cory was breathing again. the deputy had just finished a cpr refresher course, and happened to be filling in for another officer that day. patrick: the force is strong in hollywood this weekend. you're looking at the world premiere for rogue one, a star wars story in los angeles last night. several of the movie's stars came out for the big red carpet event. rogue one opens in theaters nationwide, this coming friday,
one former badger had to be carted off the field, and his season could be over. patrick: while another former badger picked lambeau field as the site of the worst game on his nfl career. dan needles and stephanie sutton have team coverage of the packers big win next in big 12 sports. sheldon: but first, here are tonight's winning lottery
>> big 12 sports very -- big 12 sports. dan: will ever make up for the fail mary loss in seattle or the 2014 nfc championship game loss in seattle. however, as 12 sports stephanie sutton reports, the packers dominating, 38-to-10 win today at lambeau field was former badger russell wilson's worst nightmare. stephanie: what a game for the packers defense as they put the pressure on russell wilson and the seahawks here at lambeau yield, taking the ball away six times. five of those were interceptions.
that, that is always a bonus. you know they're going to do good things with the ball. >> i don't think about how many turnovers we had. we try to win each and every game. stephanie: for the first time this season they seemed to -- the ball seem to bounce the packers way. >> you things bouncing their way, why are we getting that? , today we got it. >> but they begun up there with the right attitude. the results of the game reflects that. >> the competitive nature comes out in everyone. we have a crazy history with seattle. it was a great win.
bay's way when the play is wrist singing rollout the barrel along with the hands in the stand. they would like to keep this momentum rolling into next sunday's game at boulder field. from lambeau field, stephanie sutton, of the wise and 12 sports. dan: after playing at chicago next week, the packers host the vikings on christmas eve, then travel to detroit for a new years day game that could decide the division title. the lions have come from behind in the 4th quarter in 8 of their 9 wins this season, they did it again today matthew stafford dug a hole by throwing this pick 6 to crevon leblanc of the bears in the 4th quarter. stafford made up for that with this touchdown run with a little more than 3 minutes remaining, giving the lions a 20-to-17 win. however, stafford reportedly has a torn ligament in the middle finger on his throwing hand. the vikings had lost 6 of their last 7, heading into jacksonville today and while they struggled, minnesota was
pass from sam bradford to kyle rudolph. green bay hosts minnesota on christmas eve. the lions lead the vikings and packers by 2 games, but detroit still has games against the giants and cowboys before closing the season at home against green bay so the division title is still very much up for grabs. former kenosha bradford and wisconsin badgers star melvin gordon was just 3 yards away from his first 1,000 yard rushing season with the chargers today, when he was hurt diving gordon was carted off with a hip injury he has an mri scheduled for tomorrow, but a source close to melvin told 12 sports stephen watson that gordon is in good spirits, and is hopeful he will return this season, the panthers beat the chargers 28-to-16. the dolphins are right in the middle of the afc wild card race, but they suffered a cruel blow today in their 26-to-23 overtime win over the cardinals. miami quarterback ryan tannehill was hit right in the knee by calais campbell the result, a
a snow covered field in buffalo could not slow down steelers running back leveon bell today. bell rushed for a pittsburgh record 236 yards, and finished with 298 total yards, more than the entire buffalo offense. he also scored three times in the steelers 27-to-20 win. this perfectly encapsulates the cleveland browns season their mascot brownie the elf attempted to scoop up a loose ball, and, down goes frazier. unable to recover the fumble. the bengals beat the browns 23-to-10 today, cleveland drops to 0-and-13, and have to beat the bills, chargers or steelers to avoid becomming the second team in nfl history to finish 0-and-16. the bucks are off until tuesday, when they play the raptors in toronto. milwaukee has lost 3 of their last 4 games, including last
and, one day after the badger men beat marquette at the bradley center, the golden eagles turned the tables, beating the badger women at the kohl center. wisconsin led after 3 quarters, but allaziah blockton and the golden eagles took control in the final quarter, blockton finished with 24 points as marquette wins 81-to-75. they get the bragging rights.
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tour comes to wisconsin! next, state senate maority leader scott fitzgerald on why trump won wisconsin. is he interested in a job with the new administration? then, madison's reputation as a sanctuary city. what if the trump administration cracks down? it's my conversation with police chief mike koval. and, preparing prisoners to re- the state can do better. covering the issues important to wisconsin. this is "upfront with mike gousha." mike: hello again, everyone, and welcome to "upfront." president-elect trump will return to wisconsin on tuesday evening with a rally at state fair park in west allis, part of his thank-you tour of