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>> wisn 12 news starts right now. [captioning made possible by wisn-tv] [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] thema: right now on wisn 12 news this morning -- a car full of teenagers hits a tree, killing two of them. they family opens up about losing two boys, while two others continue the crash. plus, a surprise proposal inspired by hollywood. how the future groom used some movie magic to pop the question. first, a live look outside on this sunday morning. a foggy start for many of you. we are tracking when this burns off and just how warm it will get today. good morning, and welcome to wisn 12 news this morning. it's 7:00 a.m. on this sunday, august 28. let's get your day started with
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here's weather watch 12 meteorologist jeremy nelson. jeremy, depending on where people live, they have quite a different view outside their windows this morning. jeremy: good morning. locally dense fog, especially away from the lakeshore. we saw that camera with full sunshine in milwaukee. there is still a dense fog advisory for the counties shaded in greg. i goes until 10:00 a.m. even some locations within these counties are seeing sunshine this morning, while othe zero. burlington is not in the advisory, but you do have some lovely thick fog in spots. filipacchi were we have the dense fog in lakeshore areas. -- fairly patchy where we have the dense fog elixir areas. it is sunshine in milwaukee at 67 degrees, we keep the sticky feel in the air as we go there today. more sunshine by midday as the fog is gone.
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80. we talk about changes in the seven-day forecast, coming up. thema: thank you, jeremy. right now, a man is recovering in the hospital after a shooting on milwaukee's northwest side. milwaukee police aren't releasing many details about what led up to the shooting. we do know it happened just after 1:00 this morning near 34th and silver spring. we are told the victim is an adult male and he is recovering at froetdert this morning. new from overnight, a man is shot and killed near wright and palmer in milwaukee. investor just before 10:00 last night. paramedics tried to save the 30-year-old victim, but he died at the scene. police have not named any suspects and the investigation is ongoing. this morning, a milwaukee family is in mourning after the deaths of two 15-year-old boys, cousins trey hale and demetrius batchelor junior. they died friday night when the car they were riding in hit a tree. this happened near 35th and keefe on milwaukee's north side. also inside the car -- another cousin and a brother of one of
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they're still in the hospital. wisn 12 news ben hutchison shows us the growing memorial for the teens. sheryl mills: when we heard about this, it was just unbelievable for us, to hit home with our family. ben: sheryl mills says they're a big family, their hearts heavy -- mourning the loss of trey hale and demetrius batchelor junior, a growing memorial next to the tree where the two cousins died just feet away. monet batchelor: so young and so full of life. like i said before, we have a community to pray for us. sheryl mills: they were just out riding like young people do when they get their car. they're excited about it. ben: mills says the 17-year-old driver just got his license. it's unclear what happened in the seconds leading up to friday's crash. investigators say speed was a factor. brigham tamillo: it was just mangled. ben: brigham tamillo heard the
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to help, but there was nothing he could do. brigham tamillo: the car was just totally in half. i mean separated, there was nothing left to the back pretty much. ben: saturday afternoon, debris still scattered, two teens missing from a crowd of family and friends. they won't be soon forgotten. sheryl mills: it's a joyous and sad moment. i mean, we get a chance to support one another and cry on each other's shoulder and love one another. thema: that was ben hutchison reporting. police are still investigating the crash. it's unclear if the driver will face charges. being held for the two nuns killed at their home in mississippi. the wake for sister margaret held and sister paula merrill will be at the church where they led a bible study. the nuns were found dead thursday after they didn't show up to work. right now, 46-year-old rodney earl sanders is charged with their murder. police say he confessed to the crime, but has not given a motive. sister held grew up in slinger
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she was part of the milwaukee-based school sisters of saint francis. that religious community released a statement yesterday. it reads in part, "we wish to offer our deepest appreciation to the mississippi state and local law enforcement teams and to the many other public servants who have worked tirelessly the past two days. we also wish to thank the hundreds of people and organizations who offered their prayers and words of support in the wake of the sisters' deaths. your kindness is deeply appreciated by the school sisters of saint francis at this tremendously difficult time." right now, the man who survived a house explosion in fitchburg earlier this week remains in the hospital. his mother says he is conscious and talking, but has several broken bones and burns on his body. neldine nichols: he certainly was lucky to survive this. and he still is on the critical list because they have to do all this scanning, and his ankle. thema: the victim is 57-year-old
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the home when it exploded thursday. the cause of the explosion is still under investigation. about 20 families are still being kept out of their homes as a safety precaution. it's not clear when they will be allowed to go back home. other neighbors are collecting clothes and other basic supplies to help out. wisn 12 news time is 7:06. re-inventing classic fairytale characters to inspire those suffering from chronicll that is the goal of a new documentary called "finding your fairytale." the creator of the project, angie kupper, suffers from narcolepsy and is dressed as sleeping beauty. she and 13 other milwaukee area people transformed into fairytale characters to share the stories of their struggles. for example, erica is alice in wonderland. she "fell down the rabbit hole" of heroin addiction. she's now been clean for eight years.
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empowering. that they feel now that have a reason to share their story and hope that they can -- by doing so, they can help other people to feel comfortable with what they are experiencing. thema: kupper is holding a reveal party today to show off the photos and share more about the project. the event is at elegance salon and spa in new berlin. we have a link for more information on wisn.com. later today, you're invited to eat, drink, and enjoy live music battling cystic fibrosis. the owners of palmer's steakhouse in hartland will close down capitol drive to host the party. their son, who has cystic fibrosis, received a double lung transplant last year and is now thriving. tickets to the event are $35. all the money will go to the wisconsin chapter of the cystic fibrosis foundation.
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more than 1200 classic cars and hot rods will be on display. the show runs from 8:00 this morning until 4:00 this afternoon. it's at waterford town park off big bend road. to enter your car, admission is $10. spectators get in free. new this morning, a wisconsin man devises an elaborate proposal for his girlfriend that reads like a movie plot. in fact, that was his inspiration. reporter caroline bach from the abc station in madison has the story of the high school sweethearts. caroline: the last time will and lea were headed to the movies, it wasn't hand in hand. lea was just with her girlfriend. lea hall: we wanted to see "me before you." caroline: or so she thought. lea hall: she was like super casual about the whole thing. caroline: when the previews started playing, a special one for lea. lea hall: when his faces showed up, i was like oh my gosh. and i knew it was a proposal at that point. caroline: a secret camera captured her reaction. will: out in the hallway i was watching her. and i was losing it the whole
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? caroline: video of the epic proposal is taking off online -- the views, up into the thousands after less than a month. will: all of a sudden it's up 100 views and i'm like, how did that happen? caroline: now, lea and will are on to their next big day -- the wedding. lea hall: now i know he has great planning skills. will: right. caroline: and a lifetime love story better than the movies. will: she's been my best friend as long as i can rem to finally call her my fianc?e is something special. thema: that was caroline bach reporting. the couple plan to get married next august. we wish them the best. wisn 12 news time is 7:09. it's move in day for freshmen in milwaukee. details in new guidelines for students to keep them healthy this semester. plus, a growing number of teens are reaching for e-cigarettes, but not to get a nicotine fix. the reason many say they have
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and here's jeremy nelson in the weather center. jeremy, some of the fog is lifting this morning. jeremy: sunshine for some, fog brothers. we are tracking the foggy start to the day. when the fog lifts and sunshine returns, coming up. you're watching wisn 12 news this morning. >> like, comment, and share with the news team you trust. like wisn 12 news on facebook
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>> leading the way with important local coverage, you're watching wisn 12 news this morning, with thema ponton and weather watch 12 meteorologist jeremy nelson. wisn 12 news this morning continues. thema: welcome back. wisn 12 news time is 7:13. new this morning, teenagers are more likely to vape for the flavorings in e-cigarettes rather than for the nicotine. that's according to new research out of the university of michigan. the scientists surveyed almost 15,000 students about their use of e-cigarettes. about 3800 said they vaped at
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them only vaped flavored liquids without nicotine. roughly 20% vaped nicotine, and only a few admitted they vaped marijuana. right now, many parents are getting ready to drop their kids off at college, many for the first time. but getting them out of the house doesn't mean you can't help keep them safe and healthy. with more, here's abc news senior medical contributor doctor timothy johnson. dr. johnson: for millions of teens, the first taste of real independence is happening right now -- moving into their college they're thinking of their classes, their roommates, their social life -- but one of the things they're usually not thinking of is their health. to help college kids and their parents change that a little, the cdc has updated its guidance on what students can do to stay safe and healthy. first, they remind them to get out of the dorm and stay active. adults need at least two and a half hours of exercise each week. ultimate frisbee out on the quad, running on a treadmill, biking to class -- it all counts.
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next? they remind them that not every night can be an all-nighter. to manage stress, get the grades, and just generally function, the average college student needs seven to eight hours of sleep each night. and they also remind students to be aware and be safe, even when cutting loose. being drunk and binge drinking can increase the chances of risky sexual behavior, car crashes, violence -- even, ultimately, the risk for cancer. when it comes to alcohol? it takes less than you think for a situation to turn bad -- and less for women to get drunk than men. with this medical minute, i'm dr. timothy johnson. thema: later today, more students will move into the dorms at the milwaukee school of engineering. if you're driving downtown, you can expect delays near milwaukee street and juneau avenue. more than 3000 students start
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most freshmen have already settled into their dorms at marquette university. this weekend, the students are taking part in service projects around milwaukee and wauwatosa. around 400 students will take part in the university's "urban connection" program. we caught up with a group yesterday volunteering in milwaukee, helping a local food pantry move into its new home. molly dewitt: i think being open and seeing all of the city and all of the little wonders that you don't always see, and getting to do service and giving back to the community that has given so much to us. so just getting out there and having fun and doing some heavy lifting in the process. thema: students will do more volunteer projects today before classes start tomorrow. students at uw milwaukee start to move in on tuesday. you can expect heavy traffic near the campus as students move in also on wednesday and thursday. classes at uwm start on friday.
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keeping an eye on the fog and sunshine. jeremy: lakeshore areas with son, other areas, real dense fog. it depends on where you live to say how soon you can cut the grass. thema: is that good news? jeremy: they want dry weather for today, but the lawn is wet. six fog across the area. must check out of that a weather window, just a hint of surreal light fog or haze looking towards miller park. the roof is open i do expect that to be brewers game earlier this afternoon. tailgating conditions look good. we see low clouds and fog for parts of the area this morning. other locations will have a mix of sun and clouds. the areas that see sunshine will warm up pretty quick. areas with fog will lag behind a little bit with temperatures. all locations will get into the afternoon should be warming into the lower 80's. that will be accompanying once again pretty thick aaron muggy conditions across the area.
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little early, but especially in this corridor to washington county, some of the thickest fog we have seen across the area has been located in those areas. even a spot that's not even in the dense fog advisory down in burlington is reporting visibility 1/8 of a mile or less. near zero there. also in watertown, half-mile at the airport and waukesha, one third of a mile for juneau and west bend. notice the lakeshore areas, the fog i shouldn't hamper any travel plans. let's show you where it is foggy right now like of joe, the air is completely saturated. the dew point and temperature matching and 64 degrees. this fog was ability is probably in the neighborhood of about 1/8 inch to a quarter-mile. very light fog on the lakeshore,
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point 65. sunshine should carry us into the afternoon with a high of 78 in sheboygan. right at 80 for racine and milwaukee and down towards kenosha. a couple degrees warmer inland. lakeshore areas will have more of a northeast to east wind. be that strong. but a five to 10 mile per hour breeze will keep doctors in check during the afternoon. his future castrate less to show you the fog that rose pretty quick once we get from 10:00 a.m. through midday. there goes, goodbye. you want sunglasses ou future cash showing statewide, sunny to partly cloudy skies during the afternoon and any threat of rain should stay will for southwest. fast forwarding in the forecast, we have a couple warm and humid days monday and tuesday. high pressure settled in, giving us a gorgeous stretch of weather from wednesday through friday. that lands right as kids are heading back to school on thursday at the bust up in the morning. a little on the cool side, 50's to low 60's for temperatures
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afternoon. no concern for rain, they can leave the am really home for the first day of school. here's your weather watch 12 week ahead, as you're looking at sunshine mix in with clouds for today. monday's forecast, more humidity a little bit warmer. 86 degrees by tuesday. a chance of a few showers as a cold front drops out. more comfortable air will take cold from wednesday right through friday as we start out the holiday weekend next saturday with highs somewhere into the lower 80's. them an out of this world record, now belongs to a wisconsin native. details on his latest accomplishment with nasa. and later, a triumphant welcome home for members of team usa. we take a look at the parades in their honor, plus, what's next for wisconsin gold medalist gwen
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thema: welcome back. time now for our social square and some of the stories you are sharing online. nasa's newest record holder is from right here in wisconsin. astronaut jeff williams just set a new record for the most cumulative days living and working in space by a nasa astronaut -- 520 days. williams grew up in winter,
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he is currently on his fourth space flight aboard the international space station. williams is scheduled to land on september 6, for a record total of 534 days in space. williams beat the record that was set in march by his colleague, astronaut scott kelly. kelly stopped by mission control on wednesday to make a special call up to williams and congratulate him on beating his record. that is pretty cool. just yesterday, nasa's juno mission completed its first up close pass of the planet jupiter. this ie by the spacecraft during the flyby. more images and data will be released in the coming weeks, including high resolution images of jupiter's north and south poles. juno will complete 35 more flybys of the planet over the next year and a half. fans of britney spears are about to get a new glimpse into the pop star's life. according to the hollywood reporter, "lifetime" has just given the green light for a made-for tv movie about spears' life and career.
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it will focus on spears' rise to fame, her past troubles, and her current success. the movie is expected to be released in 2017. we want to know about the stories you're talking about this morning. keep sharing with us. you can follow wisn 12 news on facebook, twitter and instagram. wisn 12 news time is 7:25. coming up, families brace for hurricane gaston as it gains strength in the atlantic. details on where meteorologists landfall. and a live look outside as we head to break. the roof is open a miller park today, getting a little sun and clouds and fog out there. meteorologist jeremy nelson will have your weather forecast,
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>> wisn 12 news starts right now. thema: good morning, and welcome to wisn 12 news this morning.
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coming up on 7:30 this morning, we start by checking your weather forecast. meteorologist jeremy nelson in the weather center with foggy more details. jeremy: dampen dreary away from the lakefront. in milwaukee, we started the day with a little bit of sunshine. it are traveling across southeastern wisconsin, you will have pocket the fog, locally dense, especially inland, parts of washington, dodge, jefferson, waukesha, even right around burlington. county seeing some areas of fog. if you are right along the lakeshore in the lofty, things are pretty good for traveling. a hint of lighter fog of the concordia university cameron mequon. that's right on top of like michigan. there can be a little foggy or the lakeshore, but some sunshine in the city right now. you can see that. in a check of the day letter forecast, we say goodbye to the fog later this morning for the inland areas. sunshine returns for everyone this afternoon with a mix of sun and clouds.
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we do have a pretty big swing of temperatures in the seven day forecast. we will detail that a look at the forecast for the first day of school, coming up. thema: thank you, jeremy. keep the forecast close-by this weekend, with the wisn 12 news mobile app. if you haven't already, you can download the free app, just search wisn in your app store or google play. new from overnight, milwaukee police are investigating a homicide near wright a palmer. investigators found a shooting victim just before 10:00 last night. 30-year-old man, but he died at the scene. police have not named any suspects and the investigation is ongoing. a family is grieving this morning after a high speed crash kills two cousins. 15-year-olds trey hale and demetrius batchelor junior were thrown from their car when it hit a tree. the crash happened near 35th and keefe on milwaukee's north side friday night. two other teenagers were in the car, including another cousin and a brother of one of the victims. they survived and are recovering
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the family tells wisn 12 news the 17-year-old driver just got his license. now, there's a growing memorial near the scene of a crash. sheryl mills: it's a joyous and sad moment. i mean, we get a chance to support one another, and cry on each other's shoulder, and love one another. thema: police are still investigating the crash, but say speeding was a factor. it's unclear if the driver will face charges. this morning, authorities say they got a murder confession from the man accused of killing a sheriff's deputy says rodney earl sanders admits he stabbed sisters margaret held and paula merrill on thursday. he was arrested and charged with capital murder yesterday. there's still no word on a motive. the two women were found dead in their mississippi home on thursday morning. sister margaret held was from slinger, and part of the milwaukee-based school sisters
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the two nuns at their home in mississippi. a new arrest, connected to the unrest that rocked milwaukee's sherman park neighborhood two weekends ago. 28-year-old darius saxton faces three counts of burglary. according to court records, saxton says he went to the sherman park neighborhood in the wake of the deadly police-related shooting. he admits going into three businesses, taking a few items from jet beauty. saxton denies breaking into the businesses, or having any part in setting them on fire. that unrest began hours after milwaukee police shot and killed 23-year-old sylvilmi police say smith was armed. that shooting was captured on police body cameras. but so far, investigators aren't releasing that footage. back in 2013 -- wisconsin passed a law requiring outside agencies to lead investigations of officer-involved deaths. just yesterday, state representatives david bowen and evan goyke sent a letter to u.s. attorney general loretta lynch, asking the department of justice to take over smith's investigation, because current
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mpd. milwaukee leaders are looking for ways to quell violence in the city. mike gousha talks to the common council president this morning on "upfront." mike: we're two weeks out from the protests and violent unrest touched off by the fatal police shooting of an armed man during a chase. this morning on "upfront," we're stepping back to look at the situation and the city's response with common council president ashanti hamilton. then, the republ s senator helping to lead the new "wisconsin women for trump." i'll ask mary lazich of new berlin how trump comes back from a big polling deficit here in wisconsin. plus, milwaukee's election commissioner on the return of expanded early voting. it's all coming up at 9:00, right here on "upfront." thema: new information this morning, in the shooting death of basketball star dwayne wade's cousin. police say an argument with an uber driver escalated into a shoot-out.
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3-week-old child in a stroller. this happened on chicago's south side. police are interrogating two persons of interest. republican presidential candidate donald trump is facing criticism after his response to the high profile murder of wade's cousin. trump tied the killing to his recent bid for african-american votes, tweeting quote, "dwayne wade's cousin was just shot and killed while walking her baby in chicago. just what i have been saying. african americans will vote trump." hillary clinton has not commented on the murder. clinton is spending the weekend getting her first top-secret national security briefing as a presidential candidate. meanwhile, abc news has obtained a series of newly released state department emails. the documents offer insight between the clinton foundation and clinton's inner circle when she was secretary of state. donald trump is calling for a special prosecutor to investigate those emails.
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coverage, wisn 12, in partnership with the marquette university law school, is hosting a live debate between senator ron johnson and former senator russ feingold. moderating is up front host mike gousha. you can watch it live tuesday, october 18 from 8:30 to 10:00 p.m. right here on wisn 12. two people are still missing this morning after a plane crashes into a louisiana lake. the coast guard says thi happened near a new orleans airport. the small plane crashed into a lake. one person was rescued and taken to the hospital. the coast guard is still looking for the two missing people on board. funerals continue across italy today for the 291 victims of wednesday's earthquake. the magnitude 6 earthquake destroyed at least three towns. search and rescue efforts continue as crews looking for any survivors. now, the country is looking to rebuild some of the historic
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kansas city continues to deal with serious flooding this morning more than six inches of rain fell friday and saturday, leading to a flash flood emergency. a river rising 10 feet in just 30 minutes -- enough to swamp roads and leave people stranded. at least 10 people had to be rescued. hurricane gaston is gaining strength in the atlantic. the storm was clocked at 85 miles an hour off the coast of preparing all week for the storm's landfall. but the national weather service says it's heading north. there are no warnings issued for land. still, florida is expected to get heavy rain through tuesday from a separate storm system. terrifying moments at 30,000 feet. an engine ripped off a plane minutes after take off. these are pictures from the scary moments.
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passengers describe what they saw. >> i had my five year old sitting next to me, and so i had looked out the window and saw all this smoke, then saw metal flapping. thema: the plane was diverted and safely landed in pensacola. southwest says the flight had a mechanical issue. we turn now to the weather and meteorologist jeremy nelson with the forecast. jeremy: a quick swing and temperatures arrive in your seven-day forecast. it's time to look ahead to the start of september and the school year, coming up. thema: thank you, jeremy. an nfl quarterback says he is taking a stand against social injustice by sitting down. colin kaepernick explains what some say is a controversial move during the national anthem before taking on the packers. >> before you hit the road, check traffic watch 12 conditions with the wisn 12
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feingold: that's my grandfather with a brand new truck. it was one of the first to come out of this plant in 1923. but today, too many good manufacturing jobs are shipped away because of a tax code that actually rewards companies for exporting jobs. let's close the corporate loopholes- that will save taxpayer money and help business create jobs here. i'm russ feingold and i approve this message because we don't need an economy that works only for ceos,
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>> leading the way with important local coverage, you're watching wisn 12 news this morning, with thema ponton and weather watch 12 meteorologist
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continues. thema: welcome back to wisn 12 news this morning. 7:41 on this sunday, august 28 as we take a live look at the domes this morning. some fog made its way out of downtown and is now slowly dissipating as it makes its way across the area. jeremy: it's locked in for the inland areas, that with sunshine, it will help dissipate the fog made it will start to lift this morning. sunshine and the lofty down there the domes, no totally different scenario. it is to be in waukesha county. this is a look from the camera out of hospital in the town of summit looking towards oconomowoc. we can't even see the interstate, which is not far from this camera. i would say visibility there is less than one quarter mile. a dense fog advisory continues until 10:00 a.m.
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visibility. other locations have the visibility less than one quarter mile. if you want to pull the grill out for today and fire that up, it looks good. we see highs right around 80. talk about the forecast for back to school in your seven-day forecast, coming up. thema: thank you, jeremy. one player says he is sending a defiant message during an nfl game. 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick is causing some controversy after he refused to stand during the national anthem on friday night's game against the packers. kaepernick says it's in protest of the treatment of minorities across the country. the nfl said in a statement, "players are encouraged but not required to stand during the playing of the national anthem." the 49ers coach says kaepernick also did not stand for the national anthem before last week's game in denver when he was injured and did not play. mark your calendars. next saturday, september 3, you can see wisconsin take on lsu, only right here on wisn 12.
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then stay tuned for the season premiere of "big 12 sports saturday" at 6:30. dan needles and drew olson will be live at lambeau with the badgers' post game. later today, the brewers have another chance to take on the pirates. it's game four of the series at miller park. last night, the brew crew had the lead until the fourth inning when the pirates' andrew mccutchen hit a single. the crew answered right back, relief pitcher tyler cravy hit his first ever major league hit -- a home run. that tied the game. but a three run double in the top of the sixth for the pirates put the team up for good. the brewers lose, 9-6. first pitch is at 1:10. today, kids get a voucher to eat free. nascar's xfinity race series made a pit stop at road america this weekend. the rain slowed down the action at elkhart lake, but it didn't stop mike mcdowell from hanging on and taking his first career
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this week, harley davidson unveiled its new line of engines, all of them manufactured locally. wisn 12 news' mike anderson was invited behind the scenes for the historic day. mike: feast your eyes on the all new harley milwaukee-eight engine, the 9th big twin in it's history. the engines are made right here plant, you can't even get in here without wearing these things. they like to think of it as american manufacturing at it's finest. jon lipp: being from milwaukee, and on behalf of the nearly thousand employees here a lot of us are from the area, and it's a big day for us. mike: the engine is the heart of harley's 2017 touring motorcycle lineup. randy christianson: it should be a huge impact, not only for our company but for the motorcycle industry as well.
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mike: the engines are being shipped out as fast as they're coming off the assembly line. dealers will start getting them in this week. in menomonee falls, mike anderson, wisn 12 news. thema: it's been exactly a week since the closing ceremonies of the summer games in rio. since then, athletes have been welcomed home with open arms. thousands of people turned out to parades and rallies to laurie hernandez back to their hometowns yesterday. both were part of the gold-medal winning team known as "the final five." wisconsin's own gwen jorgensen has big plans this fall. the olympic triathlete will run the new york city marathon this fall. the 30-year-old took the gold in last week's triathlon in rio. the 26.2 mile race will be a first for jorgensen. this weekend, there's plenty to do across the milwaukee area. here's a look at a few things happening later today. mexican fiesta continues at
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gates open at noon. tickets are $16. you can also celebrate milwaukee's thriving art scene this afternoon. fringe fest is taking place at pere marquette park. there will be a variety of performances including theater and music. ticket prices vary. shows start at 1:00 this afternoon. finally, it's bark n brew at wauwatosa's hart park. dog owners and beer lover can bring their dogs to watch talent shows, k-9 demonstrations, and sample food and drinks. 7:46 right now on the sunday morning. for anyone heading outside, some wet grass, but humid. jeremy: that's not going away. something that will go away, any areas that have fog should be lifting as we go through the next couple of hours. as getting questions about when will the fog be gone, i would say give it a couple of hours,
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we've been receiving. not everyone is seeing fog. jerry tweeted me this photo in wauwatosa. that's beautiful. thema: i love seeing people's pictures. jeremy: if you are not on twitter, you can drop your photos off on the wisconsin weather updates facebook page or e-mail them. a little different scenario, it's not sunshine, but kristen cedarburg took this photo of some fog. it looks like maybe one quarter mile visibility in that direction. close to home this morning at starting to lift in most areas. pretty soon be -- soupy in waukesha. the heavy stuff is locked in around madison and the wisconsin dells. the lakeshore area so far today have seen just a hint of fog from time to time. we did start the day with sunshine in milwaukee. great news if you are headed down to the lakefront for the final day of mexican fiesta.
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during the afternoon, a northeast, east wind at about five to 10. that may feel good with committee hanging out and highs the top out around 80. the festival goes until midnight, a pretty nice evening at 8:00, low 70's. gorgeous live pictures from the discovery world camera. temperatures in the mid-60's along the lakefront. a couple sailboats docked in the harbor. notice down and south milwaukee, there is a little bit of light fog across bayview, down the city's south side. you get along the lakefront in racine, sun is coming to the fog. out over the lake, maybe some fog. 66 degrees, you will feel the dew point that the measure of moisture. the air is pretty thick this morning. not much going on the doppler 12 radar network when it comes to rain. we are quite across the area. you can just see that little gray outline of low clouds and fog across southeastern wisconsin. this batch of thunderstorms will
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direction. the stock with the weekend forecast if you're traveling. let's say up to marquette, free air-conditioning there. cooler and less humid at 74. as you start standing across wisconsin, we warm into the 80's today. warmer in madison, 83. jump the state line, 86 in rockford. i think most locations today by afternoon will have partly sunny skies. mostly sunny skies on monday, 81 in wausau. 82 in green bay. chicago. we warm up a little the more in milwaukee. see high of 83 on monday. it will be pretty sticky out there great humidity on the high side both monday and tuesday. tuesday, a front slips down the state and i will provide us with a chance of showers by afternoon. cooler turning less humid on wednesday, 76 degrees. as the kids go back to school, on thursday, it looks suntastic. perfect and a lot less in the way of unity. 74 degrees then.
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stop. maybe a light jacket for the kids. sunshine on friday, 77. in the first week and of september, the holiday weekend, highs warm to the low 80's on saturday. thema: thank you, jeremy. wisn 12 news time is 7:50. new this morning -- more patti labelle desserts are coming to wal-mart. the singer's sweet potato pie was such a hit last year that pies, including apple cobbler, peach cobbler, and sweet potato loaf. all of the desserts will be a few dollars more than the sweet potato pie. up next -- cuteness alert. we'll introduce you to our pet of the week who is looking for a new home here in southeast wisconsin. >> after a rough day, immerse yourself in the wisn 12 news app. it's doggone good.
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thema: welcome back to wisn 12 news this morning.
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the sunday morning. the fog making its way out of downtown milwaukee. hang around some other areas. meteorologist terminals and let you know exactly where. at lambeau, most of the fun happens on the field. but the special olympic of wisconsin took the fun to new heights -- literally. people rappelled more than 100 feet down the side of the stadium to raise money, and send more than 10,000 athletes to the games. >> exhilarating. my heart is still going 100 miles a minute. it was very exhilarating. it was fun. thema: the special olympics of wisconsin raised over last year. $100,000 it's time for our pet of the week. the wisconsin humane society is
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i'm joined by sara mcguire and sophie, the puppy. how is sophie this morning? >> is and she just a doll? she's too much -- two months old. for look happy energy, looking for a house that will give her lots of exercise and attention. she has been spayed, microchipped, and exited. she will be ready at our milwaukee campus today at 11:00. thema: barking you this morning. we will try it out. you are looking for helping your ozaukee campus. >> we are. we have amazing volunteer opportunities. and our ozaukee campus, we are looking for dog walkers. it's a wonderful position. if you are walking dogs that are available for adoption, you can be 13 years old, as long as you have an adult, someone 18 years old or older with you. if you are 18 years old or
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positions for those dogs who are just arriving and waiting to become available for adoption for those rolls rules, you have to be 18 years old or older. daytime availability, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., definitely, you can go right on the website and click on our calendar and sign up for an information session in socks will find out more. thema: a great opportunity for people to a close to the animals. sophie, this is it. 3, 2, 1. if you're interested in adopting sophie, or any other pet, you can go to the wisconsin humane society's milwaukee branch at 4500 west wisconsin avenue. we have more information posted on our website, wisn.com. still ahead, more teens are getting their hands on e-cigarettes, but the reason behind why they're vaping might surprise you. plus, a survival story after a home explodes in a quiet wisconsin community. the mother of a man left seriously hurt is now speaking out about the experience.
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>> wisn 12 news starts right now. [captioning made possible by wisn-tv] [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] thema: right now on wisn 12 news this morning -- a car full of teenagers hits a tree, killing two of them. losing two boys, while two others continue to recover from the crash. plus, a surprise proposal inspired by hollywood. how the future groom used some movie magic to pop the question. first, a live look outside on this sunday morning. a foggy start for many of you. but sunny in some places. it is burning off this morning. also, find out how warm it's
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wisn 12 news this morning. thanks so much for starting this sunday, august 28, with us. meteorologist terminals in the standing by the weather center. we've been keeping an eye on things in milwaukee, that fog lifting just slightly over miller park. jeremy: visibility is starting to improve across southeast wisconsin. still, enough on to hang on this dense fog advisory. i do expect the national weather service, whiss this a little bit early. they goes until 10:00 a.m. in may run for another hour. but we have seen some improvement even inland counties. there is haze or light fog on the horizon as we take a look towards miller park. it's warming up quickly with hazy sunshine in milwaukee. 73 degrees, but you look towards the dew point, 67. another uncomfortable, muggy, humid day ahead. we probably want your fan or a c going. regards i did enjoy a cold beverage a german fest and west bend.
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touch humid this afternoon with highs topping out in the low 80's. we look ahead and your seven-day forecast, coming up. thema: thank you, jeremy. right now, a man is recovering in the hospital after a shooting on milwaukee's northwest side. milwaukee police aren't releasing many details about what led up to the shooting. we do know it happened just after 1:00 this morning near 34th and silver spring. we are told the victim is an adult male and he is recovering at froetdert this morning. also right now, milwaukee police -- new from overnight, a man is shot and killed near wright and palmer in milwaukee. investigators say this happened just before 10:00 last night. paramedics tried to save the 30-year-old victim, but he died at the scene. police have not named any suspects and the investigation is ongoing. this morning, a milwaukee family is in mourning after the deaths of two 15-year-old boys, cousins trey hale and demetrius batchelor junior. they died friday night when the car they were riding in hit a tree. this happened near 35th and
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cousin and a brother of one of the victims. they're still in the hospital. wisn 12 news ben hutchison shows us the growing memorial for the teens. sheryl mills: when we heard about this, it was just unbelievable for us, to hit home with our family. ben: sheryl mills says they're a big family, their hearts heavy -- mourning the loss of trey hale and demetrius batchelor junior, a growing memorial next to the tree where the two cousins died just feet away. monet batchelor: so young and so full of life. like i said before, we have a big family and we just need the community to pray for us. sheryl mills: they were just out riding like young people do when they get their car. they're excited about it. ben: mills says the 17-year-old driver just got his license. it's unclear what happened in the seconds leading up to friday's crash. investigators say speed was a factor. brigham tamillo: it was just mangled.
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impact and ran out of his home to help, but there was nothing he could do. brigham tamillo: the car was just totally in half. i mean separated, there was nothing left to the back pretty much. ben: saturday afternoon, debris still scattered, two teens missing from a crowd of family and friends. they won't be soon forgotten. sheryl mills: it's a joyous and sad moment. i mean, we get a chance to support one another and cry on each other's shoulder and love one another. thema: that was ben hutchison reporting. the crash. it's unclear if the driver will face charges. later today, a visitation is being held for the two nuns killed at their home in mississippi. the wake for sister margaret held and sister paula merrill will be at the church where they led a bible study. the nuns were found dead thursday after they didn't show up to work. right now, 46-year-old rodney earl sanders is charged with their murder. police say he confessed to the crime, but has not given a motive. sister held grew up in slinger
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milwaukee-based school sisters of saint francis. that religious community released a statement yesterday. it reads in part, "we wish to offer our deepest appreciation to the mississippi state and local law enforcement teams and to the many other public servants who have worked tirelessly the past two days. we also wish to thank the hundreds of people and organizations who offered their prayers and words of support in the wake of the sisters' deaths. your kindness is deeply appreciated by the school sisters of saint francis at this tremendously difficult time." right now, the man who survived a house explosion in fitchburg earlier this week remains in the hospital. his mother says he is conscious and talking, but has several broken bones and burns on his body. neldine nichols: he certainly was lucky to survive this. and he still is on the critical list because they have to do all
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thema: the victim is 57-year-old brian grittner. he was the only person inside the home when it exploded thursday. the cause of the explosion is still under investigation. about 20 families are still being kept out of their homes as a safety precaution. it's not clear when they will be allowed to go back home. other neighbors are collecting clothes and other basic supplies to help out. re-inventing classic fairytale characters to inspire those suffering from chronic illness or traumatic life events. that is the goal of a new documentary called "finding your fairytale." the creator of the project, angie kupper, suffers from narcolepsy and is dressed as sleeping beauty. she and 13 other milwaukee area people transformed into fairytale characters to share the stories of their struggles. for example, erica is alice in wonderland. she "fell down the rabbit hole" of heroin addiction.
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years. angie kupper: a lot of them have said this experience has been empowering. that they feel now that have a reason to share their story and hope that they can -- by doing so, they can help other people to feel comfortable with what they are experiencing. thema: kupper is holding a reveal party today to show off the photos and share more about the project. the event is at elegance salon and spa in new berlin. we have a link for more information on wisn.com. eat, drink, and enjoy live music to support local patients battling cystic fibrosis. the owners of palmer's steakhouse in hartland will close down capitol drive to host the party. their son, who has cystic fibrosis, received a double lung transplant last year and is now thriving. tickets to the event are $35. all the money will go to the wisconsin chapter of the cystic fibrosis foundation. also later today, the tichigan lake lions are holding their 10th annual car show.
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hot rods will be on display. the show runs from 8:00 this morning until 4:00 this afternoon. it's at waterford town park off big bend road. to enter your car, admission is $10. spectators get in free. new this morning, a wisconsin man devises an elaborate proposal for his girlfriend that reads like a movie plot. in fact, that was his inspiration. reporter caroline bach from the abc station in madison has the story of the high school sweethearts. caroline: the last time will and lea were headed to the movies, it wasn't hand in hand. lea was just with her girlfriend. lea hall: we wanted to see "me before you." caroline: or so she thought. lea hall: she was like super casual about the whole thing. caroline: when the previews started playing, a special one for lea. lea hall: when his faces showed up, i was like oh my gosh. and i knew it was a proposal at that point.
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will: out in the hallway i was watching her. and i was losing it the whole time. i was crying. caroline: video of the epic proposal is taking off online -- the views, up into the thousands after less than a month. will: all of a sudden it's up 100 views and i'm like, how did that happen? caroline: now, lea and will are on to their next big day -- the wedding. lea ll great planning skills. will: right. caroline: and a lifetime love story better than the movies. will: she's been my best friend as long as i can remember. to finally call her my fianc?e is something special. thema: that is so sweet. that was caroline bach reporting. the couple plan to get married next august. good luck to them. wisn 12 news time is 8:09. it's move in day for freshmen in milwaukee. details in new guidelines for students to keep them healthy this semester.
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but not to get a nicotine fix. the reason many say they have picked up the habit. and meteorologist jeremy nelson standing by the weather center with all of our sunday details. jeremy: good sunday morning. tracking patchy fog, let you know in the fog lifts and sunshine returns. coming up. you're watching wisn 12 news this morning. >> like, comment, and share with the news team you trust. like wisn 12 news on facebook
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>> leading the way with important local coverage, you're watching wisn 12 news this morning, with thema ponton and weather watch 12 meteorologist jeremy nelson. thema: welcome back. new this morning, teenagers are more likely to vape for the flavorings in e-cigarettes rather than for the nicotine. that's according to new research out of the university of michigan. the scientists surveyed almost 15,000 students about their use of e-cigarettes. about 3800 said they vaped at least once, and around 2/3 of
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roughly 20% vaped nicotine, and only a few admitted they vaped marijuana. right now, many parents are getting ready to drop their kids off at college, many for the first time. but getting them out of the house doesn't mean you can't help keep them safe and healthy. with more, here's abc news senior medical contributor doctor timothy johnson. dr. johnson: for millions of teens, the first taste of real independence is happening right now -- moving into their college dorm. they're thinking of their classes, their roommates, their social life -- but one of the things they're usually not thinking of is their health. to help college kids and their parents change that a little, the cdc has updated its guidance on what students can do to stay safe and healthy. first, they remind them to get out of the dorm and stay active. adults need at least two and a half hours of exercise each week. ultimate frisbee out on the quad, running on a treadmill,
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counts. get moving. next? they remind them that not every night can be an all-nighter. to manage stress, get the grades, and just generally function, the average college student needs seven to eight hours of sleep each night. and they also remind students to be aware and be safe, even when cutting loose. being drunk and binge drinking can increase the chances of risky sexual behavior, car crashes, violence -- even, ultimately, the risk for cancer. when it comes to alcohol? it takes less than you think for a situation to turn bad -- and men. all in all, a reminder that education should always include thinking about your health. with this medical minute, i'm dr. timothy johnson. thema: later today, more students will move into the dorms at the milwaukee school of engineering. if you're driving downtown, you can expect delays near milwaukee street and juneau avenue. more than 3000 students start classes at msoe on tuesday. most freshmen have already settled into their dorms at
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this weekend, the students are taking part in service projects around milwaukee and wauwatosa. around 400 students will take part in the university's "urban connection" program. we caught up with a group yesterday volunteering in milwaukee, helping a local food pantry move into its new home. molly dewitt: i think being open and seeing all of the city and all of the little wonders that you don't always see, and getting to do service and giving back to the community that has given so much to us. so just getting ou lifting in the process. thema: students will do more volunteer projects today before classes start tomorrow. students at uw milwaukee start to move in on tuesday. on sunday, we focus our attention on the weather. sunshine out there, but sold her fog hanging around. jeremy: a little bit of fog inland, the really dense fog. in milwaukee, without sunshine and temperatures are going up quick.
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the brewers pirates game, expect warm conditions a miller park today. without question, the roof is open and high stop out in the low 80's. only around 81 and first pitch, 77 tailgating. have your hat and sunscreen ready go. there's not to be a lot of wind, it is certainly going to feel warm in the parking lot. the roof is open right now at 73 degrees. this will add to the warmth. the dew point is a measure of moisture, it will stay on income people side today. the dew point right now is at 67 degrees. ta tuesday. and we finally catch a break in the forecast. we've been talking about fog this morning. visibility is starting to improve quite a bit across much of southeastern wisconsin. area still seeing a hint of fog linger are waukesha, watertown, johnson creek, especially towards madison. in southeast wisconsin, visibility is getting a little better. earlier we can see nothing on this camera in oconomowoc.
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we can at least see parts of the parking lot here are more hospital, at 64 degrees. you can ring the atmosphere out. you can also tell there's water droplets caught the cobwebs on the roof. in mequon right along the lakeshore, this isn't dense fog, but there is light fogging right along the lakeshore. temperature's warmed up to 71 degrees. that sticky dew point also mid to upper 60's. the forecast is shaping up like this for today. 78 in sheboygan, low 80's in most locations. lakeshore, you probably touch 80 degrees. and then maybe drop a couple degrees during the afternoon as we catch more the northeast teased wind. a lake breeze develops, but it's not that strong just because a lake water temperatures are pretty warm this time of year. let's talk about when the clouds break and sunshine returns for everyone trade going into the afternoon, notice midday, like lock, 2:00 p.m., lots of sunshine for us. you want sunglasses today. chances of rain are extremely
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across obvious wisconsin. maybe you or miss shower from parts of minnesota through iowa. it looks good today. i mentioned a couple humid days on tap for monday and tuesday. the forecast for back to school really could not ask for better weather conditions. we started to cool down at high stop out low to mid 70's with first day of school on thursday. lots of sunshine, cool and crisp in the morning. 50's for low inland into the 70's during the afternoon. here's your weatherwatch 12 week ahead. low 80's today, 83 on monday. we warm up to at least 86 degrees on tuesday. a couple models hint at upper 80's. wednesday, a lot cooler and less humid. a pretty pleasant 74 on thursday. the really start to warm up temperatures again as we going to the labor day weekend. i think by either saturday or sunday, present the area could be into the middle 80's, which would be almost 10 degrees above
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an out of this world record, now belongs to a wisconsin native. details on his latest accomplishment with nasa. and later, a triumphant welcome home for members of team usa. we take a look at the parades in their honor. stay with us.
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thema: welcome back. nasa's newest recordholder is from right here in wisconsin. astronaut jeff williams just set a new record for the most cumulative days living and working in space by a nasa astronaut -- 520 days. williams grew up in winter, wisconsin, near hayward. he is currently on his fourth space fl a international space station. williams is scheduled to land on september 6, for a record total of 534 days in space. williams beat the record that was set in march by his colleague, astronaut scott kelly. kelly stopped by mission control on wednesday to make a special call up to williams and congratulate him on beating his that is pretty amazing.
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his record. that is pretty amazing. the olympic games may be over but the wisconsin senior olympics are in full swing. you are invited to cheer on the athletes today. joining me this morning to share more is chris abbott, a sponsor of the wisconsin senior olympics. good morning. thanks for joining us. why did you decide to be a sponsor? chris: a united health care, we could not be more pleased at being a sponsor this year. our focus is helping our members live a healthier life. the wisconsin senior olympics focused on fitness and i'm the medicare guy a united health care, this is exactly our sweet spot. thema: absolutely. we have video from the volleyball tournament in waukesha. we've been out there playing. you been to some of the events. chris: i was a track and field last week, a perfect weekend for an event. i had a chance to see the oldest olympian, 92 years old, ran in the 50 meter, 100 meter. she now be fast, she is
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demonstration have you seen not only for yourself, but for other seniors who say this might be something to take hard in -- take part in? chris: one of the folks involved tired a few years ago, stopped working, started packing on the pounds, he realized that was not quite be going in a good place. because he's a member of united health care plan, he used his silver sneakers benefits and three years later now, he is a gold winner in powerlifting here in wisconsin. he's going o anyone can go be a part of it. just some of the tools here from the senior olympic games that are happening. chris, thank you for your time. we appreciate it. if you would like to see a schedule of events, we put that information on wisn.com. we have placed a link under the "on tv" section. coming up families brace for , hurricane gaston as it gains strength in the atlantic. details on where meteorologists think the storm will make landfall.
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the downtown milwaukee. the fog burning off this morning and cloud thing around. some son as well. we are on weather watch.
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>> wisn 12 news starts right now. thema: good morning, and welcome to wisn 12 news this morning. i'm thema ponton. thanks for starting this sunday morning with a. you begin by checking our weather. meteorologist jeremy nelson and the weather center. jeremy: pretty good weather in store, a little foggy, but as you can see looking at the weather in milwaukee right now with that sunshine. temperatures are warming up into the 70's in the city. 73, with the dew on the high side. you feel that air when you go out. i couple locations dealing with a hint of fog. his ability is less than one mile in juneau, watertown, and waukesha. we really seen things improve for much of the lakeshore locations. altidore today, have sunglasses with you. when the fog lifts shortly even
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and clouds by afternoon. highs will be stuck in the lower 80's. thema: thank you, jeremy. keep the forecast close-by this weekend, with the wisn 12 news mobile app. if you haven't already, you can download the free app, just search wisn in your app store or google play. new from overnight, milwaukee police are investigating a homicide near wright a palmer. investigators found a shooting victim just before 10:00 last night. paramedics tried to save the 30-year-old man, but he died at the scene. police have not named any is ongoing. a family is grieving this morning after a high speed crash kills two cousins. 15-year-olds trey hale and demetrius batchelor junior were thrown from their car when it hit a tree. the crash happened near 35th and keefe on milwaukee's north side friday night. two other teenagers were in the car, including another cousin and a brother of one of the victims. they survived and are recovering at the hospital. the family tells wisn 12 news
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now, there's a growing memorial near the scene of a crash. sheryl mills: it's a joyous and sad moment. i mean, we get a chance to support one another, and cry on each other's shoulder, and love one another. thema: police are still investigating the crash, but say speeding was a factor. it's unclear if the driver will face charges. this morning, auor from the man accused of killing two nuns in mississippi. a sheriff's deputy says rodney earl sanders admits he stabbed sisters margaret held and paula merrill on thursday. he was arrested and charged with capital murder yesterday. there's still no word on a motive. the two women were found dead in their mississippi home on thursday morning. sister margaret held was from slinger, and part of the milwaukee-based school sisters of saint francis.
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the two nuns at their home in mississippi. a new arrest, connected to the unrest that rocked milwaukee's sherman park neighborhood two weekends ago. 28-year-old darius saxton faces three counts of burglary. according to court records, saxton says he went to the sherman park neighborhood in the wake of the deadly police-related shooting. he admits going into three businesses, taking a few items from jet beauty. saxton denies breaking into the businesses, or having any part in setting them on fire. th u milwaukee police shot and killed 23-year-old sylville smith during a traffic stop. police say smith was armed. that shooting was captured on police body cameras. but so far, investigators aren't releasing that footage. back in 2013 -- wisconsin passed a law requiring outside agencies to lead investigations of officer-involved deaths. just yesterday, state representatives david bowen and
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asking the department of justice to take over smith's investigation, because current investigators used to work for mpd. milwaukee leaders are looking for ways to quell violence in the city. mike gousha talks to the common council president this morning on "upfront." mike: we're two weeks out from the protests and violent unrest touched off by the fatal police shooting of an armed man during a chase. this morning on "upfront," we're stepping back to look at the situation and the city's response with common council then, the republican state senator helping to lead the new "wisconsin women for trump." i'll ask mary lazich of new berlin how trump comes back from a big polling deficit here in wisconsin. plus, milwaukee's election commissioner on the return of expanded early voting. it's all coming up at 9:00, right here on "upfront." thema: new information this morning, in the shooting death of basketball star dwayne wade's cousin.
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shoot-out. nykea aldridge was caught in the crossfire while pushing her 3-week-old child in a stroller. this happened on chicago's south side. police are interrogating two persons of interest. republican presidential candidate donald trump is facing criticism after his response to the high profile murder of wade's cousin. trump tied the killing to his recent bid for african-american votes, tweeting quote, "dwayne wade's cousin was just shot and killed while walking her baby in chicago. just what i have been saying. trump." end quote. hillary clinton has not commented on the murder. clinton is spending the weekend getting her first top-secret national security briefing as a presidential candidate. meanwhile, abc news has obtained a series of newly released state department emails. the documents offer insight between the clinton foundation and clinton's inner circle when she was secretary of state. donald trump is calling for a special prosecutor to
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as part of our commitment to bring you important political coverage, wisn 12, in partnership with the marquette university law school, is hosting a live debate between senator ron johnson and former senator russ feingold. moderating is up front host mike gousha. you can watch it live tuesday, october 18 from 8:30 to 10:00 p.m. right here on wisn 12. two people are still missing this morning after a plane crashes into a louisiana lake. the coast guard says this happened near a new orleans airport. the small plane crashed into a lake. one person was rescued and taken to the hospital. the coast guard is still looking for the two missing people on board. funerals continue across italy today for the 291 victims of wednesday's earthquake. the magnitude 6 earthquake destroyed at least three towns. search and rescue efforts continue as crews looking for any survivors. now, the country is looking to rebuild some of the historic
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kansas city continues to deal with serious flooding this morning. more than six inches of rain fell friday and saturday, leading to a flash flood emergency. a river rising 10 feet in just 30 minutes -- enough to swamp roads and leave people stranded. at least 10 people had to be rescued. hurricane gaston is gaining strength in the atlantic. the storm was clocked at 85 miles an hour off the coast of bermuda. people in florida have been preparing all week for the storm's landfall. but the national weather service says it's heading north. there are no warnings issued for land. still, florida is expected to get heavy rain through tuesday from a separate storm system. terrifying moments at 30,000 feet. an engine ripped off a plane minutes after take off. these are pictures from the scary moments. the southwest flight was on its
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saw. >> i had my five year old sitting next to me. i looked out the window and there was a lot of smoke. i held and more close to me i looked back and there was gone and i just saw middle flapping. -- metal flapping. thema: the plane was diverted and safely landed in pensacola. southwest says the flight had a mechanical issue. we turned out to the weather. we check in with meteorologist jeremy nelson and the weather hazy sunshine and we are tracking the next warm and humid weather. how far temperatures climb, coming up. thema: thank you, jeremy. plus an nfl quarterback says he , is taking a stand against social injustice by sitting down. colin kaepernick explains what some say is a controversial move during the national anthem
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>> leading the way with important local coverage, you're watching wisn 12 news this morning, with thema ponton and weather watch 12 meteorologist jeremy nelson. wisn 12 news this morning continues. thema: welcome back to wisn 12 news this morning. 8:41 on this sunday morning. taking a live look at miller park, roof is open as they get ready for today's game. the brewers taking on the pirates, first pitch at is the roof going to stay open today? jeremy: stay open. last night it was closed, then opened, and [. thema: what about the sun? jeremy: going to be uncomfortable. have the sunscreen and hat on, you may be to take some breaks in the shade as you had to the concession stand. early on this morning, dealing
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lung lakefront and concordia university. temperatures are warming nicely at 71 as the dew point on the sticky side and 67. have some filtered sunshine in milwaukee and we reach the low 80's around midday in and into the afternoon with more sunshine as we go through the day. we talk about some changes in your seven-day forecast, including back to school, coming up area. thema: thank you, jeremy. one player says he is sending a defiant message during an nfl game. 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick is causinme stand during the national anthem on friday night's game against the packers. kaepernick says it's in protest of the treatment of minorities across the country. the nfl said in a statement, "players are encouraged but not required to stand during the playing of the national anthem." the 49ers coach says kaepernick also did not stand for the national anthem before last week's game in denver when he was injured and did not play.
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, another chance to take on the pirates. we just saw miller park from outside as they get ready for game four of the series. last night, the brew crew had the lead until the fourth inning when the pirates' andrew mccutchen hit a single. the crew answered right back, relief pitcher tyler cravy hit his first ever major league hit -- a home run. one for the record books. that tied the game. but a three run double in the top of the sixth for the pirates put the team up for good. the brewers lose, 9-6. today, kids get a voucher to eat free. it's been exactly a week since the closing ceremonies of the summer games in rio. since then, athletes have been welcomed home with open arms. thousands of people turned out to parades and rallies to welcome gymnasts aly raisman and laurie hernandez back to their hometowns yesterday. both were part of the gold-medal winning team known as "the final five." still ahead, the kids are
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play. we've got some healthy recipe ideas your whole family will enjoy this fall.
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thema: welcome back. this morning, we're talking about falling back into a healthier routine. as we are ready to transition from summer into fall. angela wein from weight watchers is here to help us stay on track with their weightless goals as the kids are heading back to school. angela: hopefully we some nice days. it's important when you get into that more work less play time of year, when we go back to school and maybe more work hours to still make time for yourself so you can reach those weight-loss goals. one way is really important to take some time and get activity in every day. it doesn't have to be an hour at the gym. take some shoes and give them your desk at work or in your car and go for a walk at lunch or after work. get a friend to go with you, it might be more enjoyable. one thing i got into the summer
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paddle boarding in. the other ways to plan for healthy meals. you have to spend all your time in the kitchen. shortcut for breakfast if you don't have a lot of time. fruit, younger, oatmeal, and you have a nice balanced breakfast. lunches and dinners. if you plan ahead for stuff like this, you will have more time for activity and other things for yourself. these are all dinners that can be really well made as leftovers for lunch the next day. chicken sausage and mushrooms and vegetables with cheese and bread crumbs, packed full of flavors. the company half of this in a tupperware makes a great lunch the next day. indian style quinoa with lots of vegetables. it's sweet and savory with crunch and the statues and cranberries. add rotisserie chicken annual full family meal. add about a cup in a tupperware is a great lunch for the next day. lastly, i have a fabulous greek salad. this is packed with protein,
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package for lunch the next day. keep your dressing on the side so nothing gets soggy. all of these come from our weight watchers family meals cookbook. my kids even helped with some of the stuff. it was great. thema: it can be done. thanks, angela. we appreciate that. if you would like more information about weight watchers, find it on the "on tv" section of wisn.com. we turn now to the weather and meteorologist jeremy nelson. jeremy: healthy with all of our favorite festivals and fairs going on. some great eads at those. let's talk with some of those going on in southern wisconsin. it's german fest, the last day in west bend. temperatures will be climbing very quickly, the closer we get to midday as clouds start to break. it little more sunshine in that direction. it will be humid this afternoon as high southbound in the lower 80's. partly sunny skies at 6:00 p.m., and the great news is in west bend, it stays dry the entire day. right along the lakefront on the
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mexican fiesta. partly sunny skies throughout the afternoon. sunglasses and sunscreen with you. temperatures are degree or two cooler, because a light lake breeze develops, and i will feel great with muggy conditions locked in place. the lake breeze only about five to 12 miles per hour. just outside of the summerfest grounds, we have the wind that surely gentle. but has been off from the lake. they have soccer games that will be taking place there shortly. 73 degrees and humid. step outside. you probably want your fan or air-conditioning on with temperatures in the 70's to low 80's. visibility across office wisconsin has improved drastically over the last 60 to 90 minutes. it will different story with a couple pockets of fog left over from parts of waukesha county near the airport and the city of waukesha towards watertown, madison, and around the dells. it's almost hugging i-94 is it
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in juneau county. let's take a look outside of the local area. you know joe, this is the camera we can try on all morning long. visibility has improved slightly, it is still around a half mile or less in oconomowoc with 64 degrees. the atmosphere is saturated. that is why we are seeing this foggy conditions persist. especially in the inland counties. the doppler 12 radar network outside of some low clouds and fog early on, not much out there. we enjoyed a mix of sun and clouds roll areas. falling apart. that will stay well for north and west. featured guest now, will run this through 24 hours to show you changes. first, more sunshine working in this afternoon. for tonight, the same scenario. lighter calm wind will allow more fog to develop. early tomorrow morning, 7:00 a.m., this will be hugging lakeshore areas and working its way inland. we do expect locally dense fog and the potential for another dense fog advisory tomorrow
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like this for the rest of stay. 81 degrees, 83 in madison, 80 in wausau in green bay. more comfortable in the ups michigan. i think mondays are suntastic are the next several. 84 in the state capital. downtown milwaukee, 83. 86 in rockford. we continue the summer like warts, even though september begins later on this week. pretty uncomfortable on tuesday very humid in a chance of showers. a little bit of relief for the first day of school for the kids, 74 degrees. it will feel great at recess. when warm things back up for the holiday weekend that saturday with ties back to the low 80's. thema: thank you, jeremy. this weekend, there's plenty to do across the milwaukee area. here's a look at a few things happening later today. mexican fiesta continues at maier festival park. gates open at noon. tickets are $16. you can also celebrate milwaukee's thriving art scene this afternoon.
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pere marquette park. there will be a variety of performances including theater and music. ticket prices vary. shows start at 1:00 this afternoon. finally, it's bark n brew at wauwatosa's hart park. dog owners and beer lover can bring their dogs to watch talent shows, k-9 demonstrations, and sample food and drinks. still ahead, meteorologist jeremy nelson will get a final check of your forecast. we find out whel stay with us.
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thema: welcome back. new this morning -- more patti labelle desserts are coming to the singer's sweet potato pie was such a hit last year that they're rolling out five more pies, including apple cobbler, peach cobbler, and sweet potato loaf. all of the desserts will be a few dollars more than the sweet potato pie. we turn our attention out of the weather. here in milwaukee there's a brewers game going on, mexican fiesta at henry maier festival park. a lot of things going on outside.
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weather should cooperate. we stay dry today. that's the key. will work more sunshine in the afternoon. we have some filters sunshine in milwaukee and 73 degrees. the dew point, the measure of moisture is staying muggy. kind of uncomfortable the next couple of days. fog is still in place in the western part of waukesha county in oconomowoc. hopefully by 10:00, 10:30, we get that fog to lift with clouds in racine. everyone sees high today upper 70's to low 80's. a decent afternoon ahead. thema: we like decent. , you anywhere with wisn.com, facebook, twitter and all our mobile apps. "upfront with mike gousha"
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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] mike: today, on "upfront," quelling the violence in milwaukee. just two weeks after a fatal police shooting touched off a night of unrest, i'll ask common council president ashanti hamilton what's next for the city? then, wisconsin women for trump. state senate president mary lazich on how donald trump broadens his appeal to women voters. and, a court ruling clears the way for expanded early voting. when the state's largest cities plan to resume in person absentee voting. >> covering the issues important to wisconsin. this is "upfront with mike gousha." mike: hello again, everyone, and welcome to "upfront." we begin today with a look at the recent violent unrest in milwaukee and ask, what's next for the state's largest city?

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