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ABC
Nov 11, 2016 10:30pm CST
george stephanopoulus. that's followed by matter of fact with soledad o'brien at 10:30. this week, o'brien takes a closer look at the reason hillary clinton's candidacy did not resoundingly resonate with female voters. kathy: a new item is emerging as joyce: it's already sold out in most places. what some people are now trying to charge online. >> later tonight on "nightline", donald trump narrowing down his cabinet. what the candidates and moments before victory. plus this dance group went from beyonc? to teaching the stars of tomorrow, racking up millions of kathy: did your facebook page think you were dead today? it didn't happen to everyone using the social networking site, but at even facebook ceo one point mark zuckerberg was declared dead by his own operation. it's unclear what happened, but it's likely some sort of a bug in the system is to blame. facebook has yet to comment on the problem. rescued from a storm drain in florida. joyce: patrick, the video went viral yesterday, and today the eagle is under a lot of care. patrick: the bald eagle was stuck for about 90 minutes
ABC
Oct 14, 2016 10:30pm CDT
the pick takes it to the panthers 10 yard line. very next play. george sims rumbles into the endzone. just like that the rebels are up 7-0. you saw joe garcia on defense, horlick's quarterback on the keeper. a 35-yard touchdown run. horlick gets the two-point conversion up 17-0. , it's a highlight reel for joe garcia. i'm guessing colleges are taking notice. look at him, like a video game. making a sweet spin move. and he's off to the races. a 40-yard touchdown down. horlick is now up 24-0. later in the first half, garcia goes to the air. he connects with number eight , derrick seay, for the touchdown, a 33-yard td pass. that makes it 31-0. be they win the battle of racine, beating park. here's winning head coach brian fletcher after the game. >> our kids prepare hard. you never expect victory, but we were confident coming in. they played hard. they played together. it feels great. we've had it for five years, and it feels good to keep it. conference tonight waterford , hosting lake geneva badger. badgers undefeated heading into tonight's game. game tied at 7-7 in the third quarter.
ABC
Dec 8, 2016 10:30pm CST
obama entered the white house with a 72% approval rating. george w. bush had 50%, and bill clinton had 62%. not entirely cut his ties with hollywood while in the white house. news tonight that he will be executive producer of the new "celebrity apprentice. -- celebrity apprentice." it's not clear what exactly his role will be. trump starred on the show for several years. arnold schwarzenegger will take over those duties when the show returns next month. right in the middle of holiday shopping season, a lawsuit is , as abc's rebecca jarvis shows us, they're accused of making you believe you're getting a better deal than you actually are. >> tonight four of the largest , department store chains in the country macy's, jc penney, sears , and kohl's sued by the los angeles city attorney. >> today i'm announcing that we , filed four lawsuits against some of the nation's leading retailers. >> for allegedly using false reference pricing, that is setting original prices of merchandise higher to make customers think they were getting deeper discounts and better deals. the allegations includi
ABC
Oct 21, 2016 10:30pm CDT
at 9:30 for this week with george stephanopoulus. that's followed by matter of fact with soledad o'brien at 10:30. this week, is the american dream dead for working class americans? the role the economy will play in the presidential election. patrick: looking ahead to tomorrow democrats and , republicans will be trying to drum up votes in milwaukee. actors bradley whitford and for hillary clinton at her campaign office on dr. martin luther king jr. drive tomorrow afternoon. also the wisconsin federation of , republican women will be making campaign calls and knocking on doors for much of the day. also tomorrow, the fourth of a series of public safety hearings in milwaukee. that will start at 9:30 a.m. in the morning. and members of the west allis fire department will install west allis is one of several local departments to do this in recent days in honor of fire prevention week. joyce: a local nun is celebrating her 100th birthday. wisn 12 news hillary mintz got the chance to meet her and find out her secret to living a long life. >> ? happy birthday to you ? >> not many people
ABC
Nov 16, 2016 10:30pm CST
president george w. bush. the white house has revealed who will receive president obama's final medal of freedom award. honor meant for those who make a positive difference in america. 21 people are on the list. they include ellen degeneres. kareem abdul-jabbar. bill and melinda gates. tom hanks. michael jordan. lorne michaels. diana ross and bruce springsteen. the ceremony is monday. i saw some video, vince scully is also on the list, and when josh earnest called him to give him the news, he said all i do is say what happens at baseball games. he was flabbergasted and overwhelmed that he was on it. kathy: how about that? talking and thinking about black friday sales. joyce: patrick is tracking an interesting way to get the deals without actually shopping for them. patrick: it's a way to get that item you want now, but at a black friday price. some credit cards offer price protection. if you pay full price for something, but see it on sale within a couple of months, the card reimburses you the difference. citi has a price rewind program. you have to go online to register what you bought.
ABC
Dec 4, 2016 10:30pm CST
something of a controversy reporter: one of the candidates being considered for secretary told george stephanopoulos he's convinced trump has a firm grasp of america's interests abroad. >> well, i think he's actually quite pragmatic. in our conversation what i enjoyed most frankly was the discussion of ideas and issues. reporter: high on trump's agenda, the issue of protecting american jobs. even if that means interfering in the free market, to the horror of some fiscal conservatives. today, on twitter, he went on a rant. warning companies against making mistake. any business that leaves this country for another country fires its employees builds a new , factory or plant in the other country, and then thinks it will sell its product back into the u.s. there will be a tax on our soon to be strong border of 35% for these companies. today trump also took aim at another pet peeve. >> i mean wow, what a great, just tried watching saturday night live unwatchable. and the baldwin impersonation just can't get any worse. sad. baldwin tweeted back sharply, release your tax returns and i'll stop
ABC
Sep 9, 2016 10:30pm CDT
upfront, stay tuned at 9:30 for this week with george stephanopoulos. that's followed by matter of fact at 10:30. adrienne: looking ahead to events this weekend indian , summer is back at milwaukee's lakefront. the annual celebration of native american culture will be at maier festival park through sunday. the festival is marking its 30th year. also at the lakefront, the annual kite festival returns. you can watch the professionals or bring along a kite of your own. a grand launch of 600 kites is set for tomorrow and sunday at noon. and tomatoes will also be flying in milwaukee tomorrow. the annual tomato romp is a fundraiser for the hunger taskforce. tomatoes. the tomatoes fly tomorrow afternoon at 4:00 at prospect and ivanhoe, on milwaukee's east side. looks to to be a lot of fun. toya: it does. make sure to bring those goggles. coming up, get ready for week four of operation football. adrienne: that's right. highlights from around our area, including the game of the week between new berlin west and pewaukee. stephanie sutton and stephen watson have team coverage up next in sports. wi
ABC
Oct 23, 2016 10:30pm CDT
with robin, george, ginger, and michael giving you an all access pass behind the scenes morning and 12 news at 5:00. adrienne: a lot of fun. let's see -- taking over the streets of barrington, rhode island dressed in yoga pants. you see hundreds of women and men of all ages and sizes. they're fed up with a letter to the editor, written by a man, shaming women over the age of 20 for wearing yoga pants, he wrote that yoga pants provide an unforgiving perspective for aging women. but organizers say the movement isn't just about yoga pants. >> respected, no matter what we are wearing. adrienne: when the protestors passed the man's house, they were greeted by police and a sign that read free speech. the man later said his letter was a joke. sheldon: they look very comfortable. we will see. all right, chicago is ace the out lou. cubs fans are buying cubs it gear by the arm loads to celebrate their first trip to in 71 years. very excited about that. a beat the dodgers last night to clinch that pennant. >> i cried like a baby. everyone was nervous in the ninth-inning and when they won it wa
ABC
Oct 24, 2016 10:30pm CDT
morning america." reporter: we are here at "good morning america," and we're talking to george, and we're talking to michael about a new good morning america in new york city. it is a fresh, new format with familiar faces. >> nice to see you. reporter: 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 the last hour. >> we've got to be live now. there are so many ways that everyone is hitting their dvr and going there. when they know it's live and they know it is spontaneous, that is one element. 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. reporter: the entire anchor team says they love getting face-time with fans of the show. >> it's like having your and you're so engaged, more so than we have ever been, because these are people who are lifelong gma fans who come here to watch the show. that makes us into it. reporter: now full-time with
ABC
Oct 26, 2016 10:30pm CDT
interview. we don't play games, newt, right? >> abc's george stephanoplous, trump defended taking the time out to open his hotel, saying hillary clinton has taken more time off this election season. >> i can't take one hour off to cut a ribbon at, one of the great hotels of the world? i mean, i think i'm entitled to it. >> hillary clinton spending another dan florida campaigning , while also celebrating her 69th birthday going after trump , and urging supporters to vote for a minute. no complacency here. donald trump says he can still win, and he is right. >> after just a few days of early voting in florida, more than two main people have cast their ballots. kathy: donald trump's son eric pumped up local republicans today. he made two stops to republican field offices. one in bayside and one in waukesha county. he sat down one on one with kent wainscott and talked about his father's policies. >> have as a nation and it's very very sad. frankly you need someone like my father to go in and take care of it and end the corruption in washington, d.c. kathy: hillary clinton's running mate t
ABC
Sep 21, 2016 10:30pm CDT
real life. thompson was health and human services secretary under president george w. bush. he was in that role at the time of 9-11. when the president went to address congress and the nation, after the terrorist attacks, the president tapped thompson to be the designated survivor. >> i was absolutely shocked, and somewhat upset that i was going magnified that evening. it was in a mountain, and it had all the capacity in order to run government from there. they wanted to make sure that if that happened, if that terrible tragedy would happen, government would continue. patrick: designated survivor airs on wednesdays at 9:00 right here on wisn 12 news. joyce: an emergency landing at milwaukee's 128th air el the crew could not raise the landing gear after taking off this morning, so pilots quickly turned the plane around and put it down safely. no one was hurt. this is the fourth announcer: -- this is the emergency landing at fourth the air refueling wing since august of 2014. there was also an emergency landing yesterday in washington county. the pilot lost power as he was headed to
ABC
Nov 28, 2016 10:30pm CST
thursday. >> we have confidence that the system works. >> george martin told 12 news hands saying hackers may have tampered with the machine. but the head of wisconsin election commission says the state voting machines are not connected to the internet and there are several checks to insure they're working correctly. if the green party pays $3 million cost it will begin thursday. 6 workers will make the recount happen and because the green party is paying for it they get to have observe vers in the adrian patterson continues from milwaukee county. >> a recount in wisconsin means some of our neighbors will be getting a front row seat. >> like tiffany anderson, the 28-year-old will be volunteers to observe the recount workers. it is important that everybody's vote is record accurately so that people know that their voices are heard. >> green party spokesman tells us tomorrow night an attorney will train volunteers to spot anything questionable. we cannot touch ballots. >> now as for anderson she acknowledges some of her family and friends think what she's doing really won't make a differenc
ABC
Nov 10, 2016 10:30pm CST
down to their third-string quarterback, jeff george junior, the son of the former nfl quarterback. george did lead a late rally last week in a win against michigan state, so the illini should have some confidence. >> they are a good football back. we have to go out there and play fundamentally good wisconsin defense like we have put on tape. stephanie: as we showed you in our first half hour, jabari parker had a season-high of 33 points, but the milwaukee bucks still fell to the pelicans, handing them the first win of the season. former marquette star dwyane south beach to face his former team, the miami heat, since singing with the chicago bulls. wade spent 13 seasons in miamia and helped win three nba championship. he finishes with 13 points, and the bowls beat the heat, 98-95. a day before the badgers tip off their season against central arkansas, three wisconsin players were named to the naismith award watch list, which honors the best player in the country. nigel hayes, bronson koenig, and ethan happ all made the top 50. the badgers have a lot of their starting five. yet, tho
ABC
Oct 7, 2016 10:30pm CDT
bernie sanders sunday morning at after "upfront," stay tuned at 9:30 for "this week with george stephanopoulus." that's followed by matter of fact with soledad o'brien at 10:30. joyce: a new lawsuit in a famous unsolved murder. the older brother of child beauty queen jonbenet ramsey is suing a michigan pathologist for defamation. in an interview, doctor werner spitz claimed that burke ramsey bludgeoned his sister to death in 1996. you have a chance to live like the greatest. boxing legend muhammad ali's kentucky mansion is on the market. the louisville home has 5 bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a pool, and a basketball court. it can be yours for $2.2 million. patrick: hundreds of students march down a sheboygan county street, in honor of their teacher. that teacher, jeff petrie, is battling lymphoma. 12 news photojournalist jason hunter went to plymouth today , where the students brought homecoming to him. >> we have a teacher who is very special to the community and to we had learned that he wouldn't be able to attend the homecoming parade tonight. >> so, our staff kinda came up wit
ABC
Aug 17, 2016 10:30pm CDT
executive george atallah says the nfl is overreaching its authority by demanding four players, including packers linebackersclay matthews and julius peppers, submit to an interview with the nfl about a report that linked them to p.e.d.'s. today on the jim rome radio show, aaron rodgers was asked if he thinks commissioner roger goodell has too much power. >> you know, if that is the case, we have nobody to but ourselves because we have the opportunity to make some legitimate changes to that, and i think there is too much pressure to come back to a deal when we had all the power on our side. >> do feel like it's going to cost them a game or more because of this? >> there is no way it will cost them i think in this case. dan: we had been hearing whispers for months, and today, espn made it official. they will be bringing college gameday to lambeau field on september 3 for the badgers season opener against lsu. the chargers, held that spot the past few seasons. this year, it could be a three-headed monster, consisting of austin ramesh, the backup the past two seasons, alec ingold,
ABC
Sep 24, 2016 10:30pm CDT
president george w. bush, who signed it into law. >> the galleries celebrate not only african-american equality, but african-american greatness. >> getting a front row seat, gina mcvey, who donated her grandfather's items from world war one. >> this is history. history is to be donated and to be seen for the world. >> she was part of t f this opening day. so was thomas gates, who drove up from north carolina. >> this is an experience you that we can tell our kids and grandkids that we were there. >> with exhibits ranging from slavery to the civil rights movement and beyond, many overwhelmed with a sense of pride. >> it's long overdue, but i am very grateful it is here in my lifetime. >> i stand on hallowed ground that this museum exists. >> the museum is extending its hours for the next week to accommodate demand. and it is giving out free timed passes to visitors, but those are already gone and won't be in washington, i'm nikole killian, wisn 12 news. >> late today, the museum said those december passes are no longer available and it will issue them for january. new tonight, a royal v
ABC
Sep 30, 2016 10:30pm CDT
wisn 12. after upfront, stay tuned at 9:30 for this week with george stephanopoulos. that's followed by matter of fact with soledad o'brien at 10:30. this week, soledad examines what the vice presidential nominees make a difference on election day. kathy: flames engulf a milwaukee home early this morning. crews arrived on the scene near 36th and burnham around 6:30 this morning. they found heavy smoke and flames coming from the attic, which officials say made it tricky to put out. >> there's some hidden areas that are structural features of that building and i think that's , what it was. it was in some hidden areas and we just had to work to get through them to get at that fire. kathy: investigators are sti started. one firefighter was taken to the hospital for a knee injury. no one else was hurt. new on wisn the power is back on , at three south milwaukee schools. students at rawson elementary and south milwaukee high and middle schools were sent home this morning after the outage. we energies says a downed power line caused the outage at 8:00 a.m. patrick: you'll soon see
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