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NBC
Nov 18, 2016 5:00pm MST
when president george robert walker bush pardoned a turkey. the farmer that raised the birds is shocked that his family gets to spend . >> i could've never imagined it. it's been a wonderful experience getting to do this. i never would've thought in a million years that this would happen. >> after the white house duty ends the turkeys will of what -- retired to a virginia tech teaching school. >> the farmer gets to go to the white house as well>> we want to remind you to donate two to -- to you can make a monetary donation online. go to www.12news.com up next, or omg video of the day . too cool to handle, look is running ???????????????????????????????? champion salsa dancer and arizonan david olarte is making his way to his favorite game at casino arizona. he'll get there eventually. arizona winners choose casino arizona. where locals rule. guess what else rules? cash and cars. win cash, free slot play or a new 2-door bmw 230i during strive to drive sundays- only at casino arizona! coming up, tensions at asu. tonight college students of fighting back and turning their words int
NBC
Aug 23, 2016 5:00pm MST
>> absolutely. george simoni himself is a walk on the earned a scholarship it is you. those players are special because they had to work extremely hard to catch the coach's i improve themselves day in and day out just to get the scholarship. >> more power to them. tonight on 12 news at 10:00 maybe it is a dry heat. new data from the san francisco- based car company that says drivers in arizona are among the most aggressive in the phoenix is number one. what do you think? why and which cities came in . >>> coming up donald trump may be returning to the valley to give a speech. >> nearly a year since theirs flames ripped through the buffalo chip saloon. tonight a behind the scenes look at the rebuilding. >>> stay up with us at 10:00 after the premiere a bett balding and it is something we all have. >> i will be paying attention to that story. >> 12 news is always on. >> see you right back here at >>> developing news tonight. new homegrown zika, for the first time, confirmed outside of south florida, on the other side of the state. pregnant women are in fear and mystery about the spread. >
NBC
Oct 20, 2016 5:00pm MST
against him and the election would be stolen by under handed tactics. >> and if al gore or george bush had agreed three weeks before the election to concede the results and waived their right to a legal challenge recount, then there would be no supreme court case and no al gore versus bush or bush versus al gore and there have been numerous other cases. in effect, i'm being asked to waive centuries of legal precedent designed to protect the voters. >> their three debates are finished, but tonight clinton and donald trump have one more showdown, but this time with jokes. foundation dinner is underway right now in new york city. this is actually a live look from inside. tradition dictates the candidates deliver humorous remarks poking fun at each other and themselveses, and that seems pretty hard to envision considering how this election campaign has gone so far. the two fierce rivals are sitting one seat apart from each other this evening with new york's cardinal timothy doll lan act -- ol as the only buffer between them. >>> last night's debate threw 71.6 million viewers on the tv
NBC
Oct 25, 2016 5:00pm MST
this all started when george washington refused to become a king, right? now, donald trump probably would have called him a loser. instead that was one of the most important decisions any president has ever made. >> clinton there you see speaking to a crowd earlier today in coconut creek. she mentioned -- made no mention of rising affordable care about premiums. donald trump did mention them at his campaign event in central florida. >> one in five americans trapped in obama care will only have a single up sure tore negotiate with in your state. congratulations. lots of fun. >>> the republican nominee predicted more hikes are coming saying clinton will double down on obama care and cost thursday. the event scheduled for 1:30 in the afternoon. the doors are expected to open at about 1:00. we have information on how to get tickets on our web site, 12news.com. >>> and we're just getting started on 12 news at 5:00. up next, why this little devil could hold the secret to killing drug resistant super bugs. >>> a piece of priceless muhammad ali artwork snatched right from the wall of a spec
ABC
Dec 9, 2016 5:00pm CST
of fact this 10:30 sunday morning. right after upfront with mike gousha and this week with george stephanopoulus. patrick: a unique operation separates conjoint twins. a team of more than 50 specialists planned and carried out the 17- surgery using a 3d hour virtual reality imaging system to help with the procedure. the twins' mother knew the operation would be difficult, but was ready for their new life ahead. >> i want to go chasing after on after the other, that is something i look forward to doing. patrick: the twins are recovering from the operation. they're both in stable condition and doing well. toya: kathy is in the newsroom with a look what's coming up tonight at 6:00. new tonight on 12 news at 6:00, a sussex teen accused of paying underage boys for sexual favors, and the huge amounts of money police say he paid out and why investigators fear there could >> i am colleen henry -- it is one of milwaukee's most historic and storied properties did we will tell you where the ambassador hotel had to change all the locks. kathy: join us for all new stories tonight at 6:00 p.m.
ABC
Nov 28, 2016 5:00pm CST
accept it. but we want confidence that the system works. terry: george martin says he wants the recount done by hand saying hackers may have tampered with the machines and the results. the wisconsin election not buy it. >> to enter the locked cabinet or the software where the memory device is located -- to do that without being undetected would be very difficult. terry: he says the voting machines are not connect it to the internet and there are multiple checks to make sure the machines are working accurately. mark thompson is one of three democrats on the commission. he says he is confident that the recount will show that donald trump still gets electoral votes from the state. >> i fully expect given the history of elections in wisconsin and their accuracy and my trust in my citizens counting these roads that the outcome -- counting these votes that the outcome will not be different. terry: they will begin on thursday and it will need to be completed by december 12 at 8:00. the state needs to deliver the the ballots are counted by hand or machine. live in the newsroom,. seder.
ABC
Sep 7, 2016 5:00pm CDT
women with guns, demanded money and ran off with cash. a half hour later, the george webb on milwaukee's east side was robbed. police say a man and a woman with a gun stole cash from the register at oakland and locust. they also ran away. police are investigating if all three of these incidents are related. if you know anything give them a , call. police say a man who shot a woman and her son is still on the run. investigators just released this picture of billy o. bays. he's been charged with two counts of attempted first degree intentional homicide in the july 20th shooting near palmer and north. both victims survived. if you've seen bays, you're asked to call the milwaukee police department. patrick: milwaukee is looking at ways to improve public safety and republican lawmakers in , madison say they have to plan to make the city safer. wisn 12 news kent wainscott reports from the state capitol. >> assembly republicans laid out their list of priorities and right near the top was what one lawmaker referred to as the milwaukee situation. >> there's those neighborhoods where t
ABC
Nov 29, 2016 5:00pm CST
president george w. bush from 2001 through 2009. 24 hours and there's a whole new weather system to talk about. toya: mark, it was a beautiful day. mark: it was amazing, but now it's time to say goodbye to the 50's. when we'll be cooling down and when we could see some snowflakes around here next in weather watch 12. plus -- >> i'm making a report against holiday shopping experience in chicago. what set one customer off and what a witness did, in addition to, record the incident. toya: and a strange scene at , houston's airport. the action one passenger took that kept this flight grounded. >> hundreds of thousands of lights brightening up milwaukee's skyline. >> tomorrow on wisn 12 news this ? ? ? when you find something worth waiting for, we'll help you invest to protect it for the future. financial guidance while you're mastering life. announcer: leading the way with important local coverage, you're watching wisn 12 news at 5:00, with toya washington, patrick paolantonio, and weather watch 12 chief meteorologist mark baden. wisn 12 news at 5:00 continues. patrick: this is not what
ABC
Sep 9, 2016 5:00pm CDT
george stephanopou fact at 10:30 with soledad o'brien. ben: we could find out in november who will sit next to kelly ripa on live permanently. that's according to a source with the show who talked with people magazine. ripa is reportedly in no rush to permanently fill michael strahan's seat. she wants to make sure the chemistry is right. ripa announced earlier this week fans can enter a contest to cohost for a day. you have until september 20 to enter. you will find a link to that if you are interested in bright enough on our website wisn.com can we enter? ben: why not. toya: i think we need a hashtag. >> it would be fun. >> it would be. toya: the weather is not looking so fun. >> grabbed the weather gear if you're headed to a football game tonight. this will not be a washout, but a few showers are out and about. i think marathon time temperatures will be in the low to mid 60's by 7:00. wind will be light in the morning, but it will pick up tomorrow. in the cooler and less humid air for the weekend. we have a fair amount of moisture, a cool front off to our north and west, and a warm f
ABC
Sep 2, 2016 5:00pm CDT
. wisn 12 news is followed by upfront. then tune in at 9:30 for this week with george stephanopoulus. that's followed by matter of fact at 10:30 with host soledad toya: caught on camera. it is new tonight at 6:00. kathy mykleby joins us from the newsroom. kathy: it's a story you'll see only on 12. you see the video there robbery , suspects crash after leading police on a high speed chase. tonight, the new method one local police department is using to quickly end those chases. dan one of milwaukee's largest , companies is cutting jobs. the reason northwestern mutual is eliminating employees while tower. toya: thank you, kathy. a setback for samsung. a warning tonight, if you bought the new galaxy note 7. the company says the batteries on some of the phones can explode or catch fire while charging. there are at least 35 such cases so far. more than one million of the phones have been sold since they debuted two weeks ago. customers can exchange it for another model and get a new phone within the next couple weeks. who says the labor day weekend is the unofficial end to summer? patrick
ABC
Oct 12, 2016 5:00pm CDT
george fricovsky got his high school diploma after more than 70 years. in 1944, he left during his junior year to fight in the war. he was injured and was honorably discharged with a purple heart. job and raised a family. his grandson, who happens to be the vice principal, surprised his grandpa with the diploma during a school board meeting. >> i was really surprised, never expected this. >> it was great. i know my mom was watching down from heaven, and she's definitely proud of him. he always felt unaccomplished growing up without the diploma so now he has it. ,patrick: the 90-year-old thought he was going to lead the pledge of allegiance at the start of the meeting. what is surprise. toya: love it. we'll take another look at the mark: what's the matter? are we complaining? we have been spoiled, spoiled rotten. toya: i know. mark: it will be all right. the rain is moving out, but it will be cold. you better have your jacket because there will be frost windchills in the 30's. >>> tonight, the deadly plane crash. the fbi on the scene, and this question -- was the crash intentional?
ABC
Oct 26, 2016 5:00pm CDT
on last night. that was an amazing interview. >> and in an interview with abc's george stephanoplous, >> a celebratory crowd waited a celebratory crowd waited as for hillary clinton for her at , this rally in lake worth, florida. >> thank you. it's great to be here in lake worth. >> while the hotel may be new , it is the same old story. he relied on undocumented workers to make his project cheaper. >> clinton rallies have focused on early voters. trump heads to north carolina next for a couple of events . toya: on gma tomorrow, an exclusive interview with donald and melania trump. it's the first interview together since all the debates. other members of their family will also be there. you can watch it right here and only on wisn 12, starting at 7:00 a.m. that's right after 12 news this with abc news to bring you big story coverage on election night. live coverage from throughout wisconsin and around the country, all night, on air and online, starting at 4:00 p.m, ~ -- 4:00 p.m. patrick: here in wisconsin, house speaker paul ryan is facing a challenge from candidates in the first thr
ABC
Dec 1, 2016 5:00pm CST
million price tag to complete it. george martin: we're in a position here to actually observe the counting and putting on the stacks, that's important r kent: well, the campaigns and the parties not the only ones with observers here. coming up at 6:00, some voters you will tell us why they felt it was important to watch how this recount process laid out. toya: this is supposed to take several days. how long do they think they will be out there tonight? kent: it was delayed at the next hour. the folks behind me are from the various suburbs. they will be here until their vote is scheduled and completed for the day, because other suburbs are scheduled on other days during this process. patrick: the largest election recount in wisconsin's history. toya: there are 2.9 million ballots in the state. it is up to each of the 72 counties whether they count the ballots by hand or machine. waukesha county officials are counting ballots by machine. until midnight tonight. and while the timeline is still unclear, things are running on schedule so far. >> today is really, really kind of iffy bec
ABC
Oct 24, 2016 5:00pm CDT
morning america, and we're taking you behind the scenes. we're talking to robin, we're talking to george, and we're talking to michael about the new gma right here in new york city. >> live in times square, this is gma. melinda: it's a fresh, new format with familiar faces. this fall the morning show you know and love, revamped its time square studio, added an entirely new floor, all for a live studio audience to file in for gma's last half hour. >> we've got to be live now. there are so many ways that people can consume information. everyone is hitting their dvr and going there. that, but for me, i just love it. the interaction that you have, the energy that you feed off the crowd upstairs is just taking this show to a whole new level. i'm enjoying it immensely, enjoying meeting people. melinda: the entire anchor team says, they love getting face time with fans of the show. >> it's like having your friends, your family right there. and you're so engaged, more so than we've ever been because these are people too, who are lifelong gma fans who come here they are into it, and that makes us
ABC
Oct 4, 2016 5:00pm CDT
12. coverage kicks-off with george stephanopolous, starting at 8:00. you can also see it live on wisn.com, and the 12 news mobile app. with five weeks until election day, the clinton and trump campaigns have their sights set on wisconsin. donald trump, jr. will hold a roundtable event tomorrow morning. he'll meet with voters at the trump, himself, is hosting a rally saturday, in wisconsin. details have not been released, about where and what time. the republican nominee held an event in waukesha last week. tomorrow, former presidential candidate bernie sanders will campaign on behalf of hillary clinton. sanders is holding rallies in madison and green bay. and chelsea clinton is also returning to wisconsin, to campaign for her mother. details of the event have not been released. the former first daughter was in green bay, last friday. one of the most recogniz and popular, vehicles on the road is part of a serious investigation tonight. toya: coming up, the reason federal investigators are again looking into ford trucks. the make, model, and potential issue. patrick: and a special
ABC
Oct 28, 2016 5:00pm CDT
on wisn 12 news at 10:00. patrick: hoping to bring change to the sherman park neighborhood, george webb opened a new restaurant at 35th and fond du lac. the franchisee and owner says he hopes to staff the new store with local community members. he's looking to hire as many as 15 new employees. parts of sherman park are rebuilding after the unrest this past following a fatal police august shooting. toya: right now, chicago is packed with excited cubs fans. this is a live look at wrigley field tonight where the bars have been packed since 5:00 this morning. patrick: they started early. we sent wisn 12 news ben hutchison down to the windy city to check it out. >> the crowd behind me is paying big bucks to watch in a bar right across from wrigley field. the lines formed early, fans looking for the best place to watch game three of the world series but in wrigleyville it >> it was free, but now we are hearing it is $50. >> bars that said they wouldn't charge, now collecting money. sports corner, a popular spot standing room only, but for fans , a smaller price to pay. >> some bar packag
ABC
Aug 11, 2016 5:00pm CDT
, similar to the oceans series starring george clooney and brad pitt. the all-star cast also includes cate blanchette, hellena bonham carter, and mindy kaling. producers are still negotiating roles for anne hathaway and rihanna. a tradition at disney world is ending. patrick: the main street in october. the nighttime parade features half a million led lights. it will have a limited run at disneyland in california next year. that's where the parade originated in 1972, before moving to disney world in orlando in 1977. disney has not said what if anything will replace the parade. toya: for the groom for breakdowns with the little kids. patrick: been there. toya: the iowa state fair is getting creative with an annual tradition. announcer: after a rough day, toya: we have fried food on a stick and signature cream puffs. one of our neighboring state's has its own legacy butter sculptures. the iowa fair features the famous butter cow. this year they got intergalactic with their sculptures. they added the cast of star trek. captain kirk himself is from iowa. the town is looking to raise $30,0
ABC
Aug 27, 2016 5:00pm CDT
, expanding a national monument created by george w. bush a day cad ago. it will protect marine life habitat and thousands of animals , including whales and sea turtles. pretty cool. speaking of climate change, inter-meteorologist. mark: there is a tropical storm headed towards hawaii as we speak. all four of us will not be able south and southern illinois. we will watch the closely this evening. . >>> welcome to "world news tonight." breaking news. the midair scare at 30,000 feet. a southwest flight bound for orlando making an emergency landing. the cabin losing pressure. one of the plane's two engines torn away. the hunt for the suspects who killed a young mother walking with hergh of chicago. the victim, the cousin of an nba star. dwyane wade's message tonight. donald trump under fire for his response to that tragedy from the very voters he's desperately trying to win over. >> it can't get any worse. what do you have to lose? >> now hillary clinton under fire too. tonight an abc news exclusive, the new e-mails. did her top aides give to
ABC
Sep 8, 2016 5:00pm CDT
howard, the denny's on 76th and brown deer road, and the george webb's on oakland were all hit yesterday morning. police say they believe the same group is responsible. if you know anything about the we've also posted the surveillance pictures on facebook if you'd like to share them and help in the search. patrick: now to the safety of milwaukee's water supply. happening now, the mayor is clarifying statements made yesterday about possible lead contamination in homes built before 1951. 12 news joyce garbaciak is in the newsroom with details. joyce: within the last 30 minutes, the mayor and the milwaukee health commissioner reiterated there is no lead in our water system. however, they are suggesting people living in homes built before 1951 with young children to get a filter. the mayor acknowledges the filters are not a long-term fix. he says he is working on one. however the filters help provide , some protection. about 70,000 homes in milwaukee have lead service lines underground. the mayor suggets if your water has been sitting in your pipes longer than six hours to run it f
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