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now at noon deded.communities o today... for those who some voters in wisconsin are just now able to cast an early ballot at their clerk's office. residents in milwaukee and madison have been voting for weeks... ...but the city of waukesha just opened in person... absentee voting. pete zervakis found voters anxious to get it done. on the first day of absentee voting here in waukesha says hi turnoutelection in the 2012 presidential election... about 1/3 of ballots cast in
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ntthis yea i'm expecting that to come up voters filing into city hall pick up a ballot at e k's office... en vote down thatewthis year ... to streamline the process. we have a kind of congested area so we're ng to move people so everyone can a an initial crowd of absente vote todaywhen the ubled fedeurt ling next two weeks a re meanmunipaes s thowr vong early. wa ukhameans 8 to 4atci hall.?f vo preciate?the poitto cast an eay ta a chan it's now my sche f 8t sued as ti. i b i thinkstike on you have to show an i-d to vote. inrson abseee
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you can also vote absente througthe il. if y want to vote early... you should check with your local clerk's office for hours and locations. chinton maki another trip to wisconsin.... stopping in crosse and stevens point morrow.she'll be stumping for her mother's campaign while urging people to cast their votes early.the campaign says it plans to release more informion closer to the events. are a lile over from election both hillary clinton and donald trump are in the final percet to 38-percent, according to a just-leasre "abc news - washington post poll."clinton has a rally today in new hampshire with senator elizabeth warren.trump is making two stin florida, this afrnoon.. trying to win over some early voters. former republican presidential candidate doctor ben carson will be in milwaukee tonight as a keynote speaker for teen challenge's annual fundraiser. the event at the pfister mocotoo
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program. thpodium at 30. or scott walker and first lady tonette will also be there. feeling more like fall today with sunny skies and cooler weather.meteorologist brian gotter in the weather center with the forecast. after a beautiful weekend, espeally yestery nehis ar 7ne this morning was mostly cloudy and cool with lows in the 40s. today remains sunny with highs in the mid 50nd much lighter wi. tonight is clear and chilly with lows in the upper 30s, and tuesday starts with sunshine, but clouds quickly increase with highs in the mid 50s. an isolated shower is possible by late afternoon. ecomrain b likely tuesday night with lows
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an investigation underway on what sparked an apartment fire apartment ilding on 61st street - was left badly mafire cials say flames broke out last night and started in a second floor kitchen. one man visiting the area ran side to help. "we were allth the 6-year-old child was taken to the hospital. the american red cross is heing sides who are now without a home. milwaukee policontinue to search for the suspect who stole a car with a toddler inside.the incident happened last nigh t at agas station near 60th and od hope.police say the child's moef the car running when she went inside.. and that's when the
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one-year-old in the back seat. the child was found safe af citizen who saw the amber alert found the stolen cad sllnng. poli arethe ok o for two pele ran a red crashed intor killing three women.it happened just before three o'clock sunday morning insend cy d iver res inthe hospital with non-life threening l@inries.the he ssge?/of r that ran the red light... raaw from the e. happening todaymilwaukee county pervisor steve taylor is hosting two town hall meetings today to discuss the city's proposed budget. the first meeting will at oak creek city hall at 5:30 tonight. another meeting will be held at boerner botanical gardens in hales corns starting at 7 p-m. public schoolsigschool is ukee noopenstudents will have until november 19th to select the high school of their choice for next year.families
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in port washington-- it's 2-19. d madison-- you'll pay an average 2- gallon. still ahead... special visit. the secretary of the navy visiting wisconsin today. where he'll be stopping and the reasonfor his trip here. th..pursuit and shootout. a police pursuit ending in gunfire. howa ended up with a front row seat... and what she begged police to
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there's a new medicare plan in town called network health.
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we make medicare person to person. we've been serving northeast wisconsin with a personal touch for more than 30 years and now we're here for milwaukee. call now and learn about plans that let you see any doctor who accepts medicare, either in or out of network. with doctor visits as low as five dollars and prescription drug coverage. network health.
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t u was commissioned in its namesake city, detroit, over the weekend. the u-s-s detroit is a freedom-class ip si orate in shallow waters. many families excited and proud to sail aboard this ship. shall sail in it on behalf of the secretary of the navy and for e president of the united states i here by place the united states ship detroit in commission may god bless and guide this warship and all who shall sail in it the 440-million dollar ship
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can take a tour of the vessel while it's docked in detroit. the secretary of the navy will be visiting marinette marine today.ray mabus will be touring a production line and addressing shipyard workers. under the secretary's leadreship... the navy has put 86 ships under contract.. including eleven freedom- variant littoral combat ships made in marinette. meteorologist brian gotter joins us now with a look at your forecast... after a beautiful weekend, especially yesterday with
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thismorng was mostly cloudy and cool with lows in the 40s. today remains sunny andry with highs in the mid 50s, and much lighter wind. tonight is clear and chilly with lows in the upper 30s, and tuesday starts with sunshine, but clouds quickly highs in the mid 50s. an isolated shower is possible by late afternoon. rain becomes likely tuesday night with lows in the 40s.wednesday is rainy,
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near 5 se winds gusting to 30 mph, and heavy rain at times. the sunshine returns on thursday with highs in the lower 50s, and friday is partly cloudy highs near 60. the weekend will be in the lower 50s with
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a police t turns to a
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caught on camera.dashboard camera video shows the police officer attempt to pull over a white s-mazda u-v. but the vehicle did not stop and led the officer on a chase.the frt pager s-u-v then pointed gun out the window and fired at the officer's vehicle.all of ts happening th a civilian doing a ride along in the squad car. the officer continued to pursue, but the gunman fired four more rounds -- striking the officer's windshield and disabling the vehicle. police say the mazda was later found abandoned. the officer was not hurt and the civilian who was in the front passenger seat received minor scratches from the brok glass. a small plane crashed today after takeoff from malta international rport.ll
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killed. the plane slammed into the ground soon after lifting off from the european island nation. video shot by a passenger on a nearby plane shows the fire m the runway after the crash.the airplane was on its way to libya. a recreational vehicle filled with marijuana candy caught fire in delaware sunday.police say the bus was headed to philadelphia.the r-v and its contents were a total loss, but the five people inside the vehicle were able to escape. its not clear what caused the fire. a-t-and-t looking to partner up with time warner. what it'll mean for millions of people. and ruby slippers saved.how the smithsonian was able to preserve the famous red shoes from the wizard of
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i'm russeid and appre this message. on healthcare, russ feingold will work with both parties to lower premiums a cut heah care taxes. i want to do the hard work of improving the system so it works for middle class families. but in washington, senator ron johnson sides with big insurance. voting to make medicare a voucher program, forcing seniors to pay more for prescription drugs, deny coverage to cancer patients.
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moneya new mega merger in the works. a-t-andt's 85 billion dollar deal for time warn could have big impact on consumers.the merger, if approved by regulators, could take at least a year to complete, and would make the wireless provider a major content producer.that could lead to more entertainment
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tbs and other channels on the mobile devices. the millennials in fact our customer base in general is not consuming less content. our customers are consuming more premium content today than they ever consumed but they're consuming it in different places. they're not consuming it just on the television in their living room, they're consuming it now on their tablet, consuming on mobile devices on the go and they're consuming it everywhere. a big concern is that less competition ul experts say in this case, it could improve prices, as at&t will be a supplier of content. don't be surprised if your favorite restaurant is out of guacamole... prices for a major ingredient have soared.a shortage of avocados is pushing prices up by double and in some cases triple from a year ago.according to produce experts, high prices for avocados at supermarkets could linger until after the super bowl... that's when demand for guacamole soars.
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the holiday spirit for the second year in a row... as they once again close its stores on black friday.r-e-i's decision follows a successful "opt-outside" movement last year.the movement was created to get people across the country to spend time outdoors and reconnect with family and friends. smithsonian officials are "over the rainbow" after reaching eir fundraising goal to help preserve a pair ruby slippers from "the wizard oz."the smithsonian launched a campaign last we trae 300-thousand preserve the slippers that whisked doroy back to kansas at the end of the e. ofcials say they reaed their goal late last t thanks to more than 53-hundred pporters in 41 countries. you can now fact-check what hillary clinton or donald trump said on the campaign trail using amazon echo.the added skill lets you fact- check anything politicians say, if it's been scrutinized by politifact, fact-check dot org post. it's not perfect -- you have to sit through a lengthy
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major ywords to get the right answer. coming up... put out the cigarettes. the area of the country with the most smoking related cancer deaths. and -- new infant sleep guidelines. one of the most dangerous places for a baby to sleep and the best bedroom to put your baby's crib.
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for eau claire's ovhanimmission r propos with backlash.h?ield comes clinic health system's former partner concerned that the new center and a proposed adjoining hospital will not nes for ?emental health and alcohol and co... itwould ?palso be a competitor to marshfid inic.the cancer center is scheduled to nearly 30-percent of cancer deaths in the u-s can be connecte cie garett in aron imostthe uth. ne of the n highest ranking states for male tobacco cancer deaths were in the south.the statistics were similar among women.experts say ma souern states have weaker tobacco corol laws and less restrie blic smoking policies.cigarettes alsoen cheap in the south. youth foball players who take repeateows to the head may show brain changes even if they never suffer a concussion.researchers recorded the head impacts of 25 football players between
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old.after one season of play, the players who had the most hits to the head showed changes in brain white matter -- which helps connect different areas of the brain. these players had no signs or symptoms of a concussion. the "back to sleep" campaign for infant sleep safety lead to a decline in sleep-related infant deaths back in the 90's. but the decline has plateaued... about -hundred ba stillringdutheir sleep each year in the u-s.as erika edwards reports, the american academy of rd di risk of sleep-related infant deaths. you are looking at one of the most dangerous places for a baby to sleep...."if i had to choose one place where i would never want a baby to sleep, it een cushions ong pepj new p com
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thanks for joining us this afternoon. i'm vince vitrano. if you're just joining us-- re's a look a t yourtop stories today. lines formed early this morning asthe city of waukesha began allowing in person absentee voting for the first time in this election. cities like milwaukee and madison opened early voting weeks ago. the wisconsin election commission found nearly a third of all absentee ballots cast so far came from milwaukee and dane coties. if you'd like tvote early... check your mu nd the arch continues for the suspect who stole a r nd with a baby inside that prompted aste-wi t.appeitd milwaukee gas station on 60-th and good hope.authorities n amber alert .but it was canceled out 2 hours later -- after police say a neighbor found the stolen car.. with the baby inside, unharmed. watch where you fill up. prices at the pump vary here in southeast wisconsin... ...as they're generally starting to fallor the first

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