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what you need to know to avoid the lines on tuesday. ben: a suspected drunk driver causes a wrong way crash. what we are learning about the four victims food melinda: -- victims. melinda: the first another foggy day. sally: good visibility along the lake. this is the story inland where we have some patchy fog no surprise that there is a golf graphic. many lake today. it is a beautiful day for today. temperatures, low 60's. mid 60's for saturday and sunday. right now, the airport is 44 with lighter northwest winds. here is a look at visibility. half-mile at burlington. about a half mile -- you have to go inland to see that fog.
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ben? melinda: let's go to jeremy nelson. jeremy come good morning -- jeremy: as a make our trip on -- we had to get past waukesha to find any type of fog. these inland counties do have a dense fog advisory. they are some pockets for you to get below a half mile visibility. then you will go off a hill and come down into a lower spot to find more i encourage everyone to have low beam highlights on. -- low beam headlights on. it has cooled off quite a bit and we are in the 30's. nothing too unusual for this time with those cooler morning lows. but it is the afternoon highs in the 60's. that is unusual. this morning where talking fog.
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minute ago and it has settled back in. i am meteorologist jeremy nelson. ben: let's turn to traffic. matt, we have been following an accident back of mecca we do have a crash on 41 northbound -- accident? matt: we do have an crash on 41 northbound. it may have just been cleared. right now, putting on from highway q down to the zoo. that is a look at the morning commute. melinda: we are now just four days away from the election. some people are already casting their ballots. but there's a big deadline approaching. wisn 12 news tim elliott is in the newsroom with more information about early voting. tim: i'm taking a look this morning at the milwaukee county election commission's website. today is the last day to vote early in a lot of cities across
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tomorrow. if you're already a registered voter you can head to the zeidler municipal building the -- building, the midtown center or the forest home library through tomorrow at 5:00. but if you aren't registered to vote today is your last chance to vote early in person. if you plan to vote on election day the polls are open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on tuesday. a reminder you will need to show a photo i.d. to vote early or on election day. as of yesterday more than 38,000 votes had been cast in the city surpassing the early voting record set in 2012. ben: the presidential candidates are making a last minute push before election day. the main focus battleground states. wisn 12 news nikole killion is in washington with the latest. ? nikole: there's a lot of overlap on the campaign trail today with both candidates hitting three
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-- hitting three states. entering the final weekend of the election hillary clinton and donald trump are splitting states. but did today in michigan, pennsylvania and ohio. trump also in the buckeye and keystone states and new hampshire last night both held dueling rallies in north carolina trying to paint a picture of what it would be like if the other wins the white house next tuesday session next tuesday. >> -- next >> when i look at these great admirals and these great generals to think of her being there boss, i don't think so. >> he has spent this entire campaign offering dog whistle to his most hateful supporters do -- hateful supporters. do any of us have a place in trump's america? nikole: helping with their closing arguments a roster of heavy hitters, from president
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this is an survivor. nikole: to melania trump touting her husband in her first campaign speech since the republican convention. >> he certainly knows how to shake things up, doesn't he? nikole: some of trump's children will be out campaigning for him today along with nearly a dozen other surrogates while team clinton is featuring jay-z at an ohio concert tonight with beyonce reportedly set to join him. and they'll close out the campaign next monday with a joint appearance with the obama's. in killion. melinda: here in wisconsin the campaign stops continue ahead of next week's election. later today vice president joe biden will campaign for hillary. he'll hold a get out the vote rally at 9:00 this morning in madison. looking ahead to sunday donald trump is holding a campaign rally in west allis. he was just in eau claire on tuesday. only wisn 12 news is teaming up with abc news to bring you big story coverage on election night. live coverage from throughout wisconsin and around the country all night on air and online starting at 4:00 p.m. ben: we're still a week away
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who served this weekend. uwm is holding a veterans ball tonight at the hilton in downtown milwaukee. the event is open to the public. tomorrow is milwaukee's annual veterans day parade. the parade steps off at 11:00 in the morning and ends at the war memorial. more than 1000 veterans from across southeastern wisconsin are expected to participate. 5:06. if you are getting out to that for a it is going to be a butte. sally: i cannot wait for this weeken high pressure is on to influence our weather. sunny and dry through the weekend. up and lambeau, this is our camera. a little bit of fog in green bay. with the calm wind, we are getting reports of fog. lots of desk last to do this weekend between the veterans parade. badgers are down in chicago. for sunday, we are talking
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the low 60's. daylight savings time will be done on sunday. the sunlight will set around: 30. it will start to get dark pretty quickly. light layers will do it sunday. matt: a crash along putting on northbound has been cleared. we are back to crash free status . tilton road are where we are looking. things are looking pretty good. travel times look downtown. a 95 westbound -- that is a look at the morning commute. ben, back to you. melinda: remembering a friend and classmate. students at uw-stout gathered to honor hussain alnahdi last night. the exchange student from saudi arabia was attacked early sunday morning in menomonie and died monday. some shared their memories of their friend at last night's vigil. >> hold your friends close. tell them how much you care and
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, because you never know when you might not be able to say that again. i love you hussain and we will always be family. melinda: police are still searching for alnahdi's attacker. a $20,000 reward is being offered for any information leading to an arrest. ben: we're learning more about the 4 people killed in a wrong-way crash on i-94. two of the victims killed late wednesday nit wisn 12 news tim elliott is following the developments from the newsroom. tim: according to the wisconsin state patrol, a 32-year-old man was driving the wrong way on interstate 94 near deerfield wednesday night. he slammed head-on into two cars. in one car a 23-year-old man from illinois was killed. in the other, four co-workers with milwaukee company ritz holman cpa's. two women from milwaukee died ages 26 and 28 as well as a
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bay survived but he is in critical condition. according to a company statement they were on their way back from a recruiting event in lacrosse. as for the wrong way driver. authorities think he was drunk. he's now in the hospital fighting for his life. ben, back to you. ben: 5:09 this morning. an unordinary traffic stop. melinda: the woman that's owing her life to the police officer ben: and the bells are ringing at milwaukee's public market. why you might want to consider giving back this holiday season. how you can get a free breakfast how you can get a free breakfast on your way to this is an individual who mocked a disabled reporter... i don't know what i said, ahh... who attributed a reporter's questions to her menstrual cycle. trump: blood coming out of her...wherever. he is not a person who is equipped in temperament, judgment or character to lead our troops. donald trump has created a toxic atmosphere pitting one group against another.
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>> leading the way with important local coverage. you're watching wisn 12 news with weather watch 12 meteorologist sally severson and traffic watch 12's matt salemme. wisn 12 news this morning continues. sally: we are getting a look at the international airport early this morning. temperatures are in the 40's at the airport. we have a few 30's inland with fair skies and light wind
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weather today. we are looking at a fine stretch of weather. high-pressure is over north dakota that this weekend, it is going to make a move into missouri. as it moves through the south, we are going to be looking at nothing but sunshine. at the airport, it is 44. we will see those readings get into the 60's. here is matt. matt: older crash at northboun getting ready to leave the house, no complaints. trouble-free construction zones. 13 minutes 31 southbound -- 41 southbound. again, crash free status across the system. that is a look at the morning commute. melinda: developing this morning a missing woman is found alive inside a metal container. police in south carolina describe her rescue as a miracle. now they have the person responsible in custody.
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story this morning from the newsroom. tim? tim: this is the woman who police say was found chained up on a property in a locked container building. kala brown was reported missing back in august. yesterday police heard yelling and banging while attempting to serve a search warrant on land owned by todd kohlhepp. inside they found and rescued brown who's now recovering from the ordeal. kohlhepp is a registered sex he's been taken into custody and charged with kidnapping. there is a picture of them right there. police believe he knew brown and her boyfriend who has also been missing since august. brown says there could be multiple bodies on his property. officers are still looking brown's boyfriend charles carver. but police say the suspect isn't cooperating with authorities. melinda, back to you. melinda: new this morning a police officer in oklahoma is
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discovering she was having a heart attack. dash cam video shows the officer jumping into action performing cpr and keeping her alive as they wait for paramedics. doctors say the woman made a full recovery. ben: chicago cubs fans are still celebrating their world series win. but they may want to thank their neighbors to the north. that's right. a wisconsin company is printing nearly 40,000 cubs world series championship t-shirts. promotional designs in ashwaubenon is shipping the shirts to various stores across wi all of the shirts were printed by yesterday evening. they move quick. later today it's the cubs world series victory parade the party begins where else? wrigley field. the team will then head downtown for a party at grant park. the rally is scheduled for noon. melinda: it's a big weekend for the wisconsin badgers as they look to keep their big 10 title hopes alive. the team travels to northwestern saturday for a game you can see
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special big 12 sports saturday pregame at 10:30. stephen watson will be live in evanston. that's followed by kickoff is at 11:00 a.m. then stay tuned for big 12 sports saturday at 6:30 p.m. for postgame reports from the badgers and wildcats. that's all this saturday only on wisn 12. helping local families during the holidays. the salvation army's red kettle campaign kicks off today. ben: and the bell ringing starts at the milwaukee public market. news hillary mintz live this morning good morning hillary. hillary: can you believe it is that time of year once again? here we are at the public market downtown. this is where they're going to be whipping up some pancakes very shortly. it is a free pancake breakfast. it is a part of their red kettle campaign kickoff which begins today. he's got the bell.
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they're are going to be outside pretty much it where you shop to >> your used to the red kettle campaign. is across the cities. every story goto, you are going to find the campaign. it goes until christmas eve. hillary: we've got big goals, $4 million. >> yes, the money that is raised by the salvation army stays here loca it serves through the christmas season. it will serve people in need throughout the coming year. last year i think i saw -- hillary: last year the gas of over 400,000 people -- i think i saw over 400,000 people were served by this. >> important to the mission of the salvation army. come out and be a part of it.
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is time but it is here. the free pancake breakfast is right here at the public market, look for these red kettles that are going to be outside everywhere you shop. i want to do a shout out to christina palladino who is the reigning champion. she has a big trophy to prove it . hopefully she is looking to return and continued that title. -- and continue that title. i am hillary this morning. ben: i had no idea. melinda: we will be covered. sally: hillary does bring up a point. our weather in november has been so gentle that even though the calendar is counting down, it doesn't feel like where two weeks until thanksgiving. ben: i always.
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sally: not today. through the weekend, plenty of people are thinking about -- daylight savings time comes to a desk comes to an end this weekend. technically it happens at 2:00 on sunday morning. the countdown is on for the rest of the holiday. 62 days until christmas. 2016 is flying thanksgiving. early this morning, a little patchy fog. well inland is where we are looking at. part of dodge and washington county also south into jefferson county, most visibility right along the lake is pretty good. there are dense fog advisories away from lake michigan.
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foggy, be prepared. high-pressure will slip back into missouri over the weekend keeping our weather dry and comfortable. early temperatures, 47 at des moines. we have 44 at the airport. earlier overnight, our skies were fair. temperatures made a big dip. here we are today at lunchtime. i am not advancing my map. indeed, we are going to be looking place. this is tomorrow morning. a few clouds will pass by tomorrow. mid 60's on southwest wind. sunday morning at 7:00, much in the way of cloudiness and no rainfall. 62 degrees, sunshine. 44 tonight at 65 for saturday and sunday. tuesday brings a slight chance for a stray shower.
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temperatures upper 50's to low 60's. ben: how one coaches helping one college student by running for marathons. melinda: why you might need more skills to win big in atlantic city. city. what greases the gears in washington? money. and ron johnson fits right in. six years ago, johnson took a shady $10 million corporate payout, went to washington, then voted to protect $21 billion in tax breaks for the world's biggest oil companies. $21 billion. a wisconsin senator, protecting tax breaks for oil companies. that's ron johnson. that's washington. and he fits right in. end citizens united is responsible for the content of this ad. end citizens united is responsible over 80,000 wisconsin jobs lost to unfair trade. but senator johnson sided with corporate interests, calling for even more unfair trade,
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shipping jobs overseas, costing taxpayers billions. and johnson's been exposed for using what looks like an offshore tax shelter for himself. ron johnson's just not for us. senate majority pac is responsible
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russ: as i've traveled to all 72 counties, i've heard from a lot of people. including seniors, concerned that ron johnson is going to turn medicare into a voucher program. senior: don't let it happen russ. russ: i've heard from families in need of good paying jobs. blue collar guy: ron johnson's trade deals help other countries, not us. russ: the bottom line - people want an economy that delivers for them. man: we just need a fair shake, and, russ, i think you need a bigger van. russ: i'm russ feingold
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>> hi, i'm mrs. mcdermott with my third grade class at robinwood elementary school. and we'd like to say have a great day, franklin. melinda: good morning franklin. thanks for this fantastic friday morning shout out. wisn 12 is stopping by different classrooms all across southeast wisconsin. getting a visit, head to and click the school shout out logo. then we'll try to schedule a time to have meteorologist jeremy nelson stop by to say hello. wisn 12 news at 5:00 is 5:24. new this morning a local track and field coach is going the extra mile for one of his athletes. melinda: russ de lap is the head cross country and track and field coach at concordia university in mequon. tomorrow he plans to run 24 hours straight. and it's all for lilly johnson.
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in may she was diagnosed with hodgkin's lymphoma. de lap is running to raise money to help pay for her treatment. right now lilly is undergoing chemotherapy and is recovering at home. de lap says it's a long way to run but he's ready for the challenge. >> she and her family are overtaken by this. they expected nothing, but i wanted to do something special. it was an easy decision. for her. melinda: de lap will start his 24 hour run at 11:00 a.m. he's estimating he'll run 100 miles during his attempt. to find out how you can donate to the lilly fund just log onto ben: that is a cool story. new this morning, the macys day thanksgiving day parade will
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gold medalist laurie hernandez and the cast of sesame street will be in attendance. this is the 90th year for the parade. the special will air thanksgiving morning. 5:25. packages stolen right off the front porches. ben: what you need to know. ball ingalls -- bald eagles in danger. but first traffic watch causes -- we are moving along just fine on this friday morning. over 80,000 wisconsin jobs lost to unfair trade. but senator johnson sided with corporate interests, calling for even more unfair trade, voting for special tax breaks for corporations shipping jobs overseas, costing taxpayers billions. and johnson's been exposed for using what looks like an offshore tax shelter for himself. ron johnson's just not for us. senate majority pac is responsible
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>> now on wisn 12 news. job. what is next for the former police officer accused of sexual assault will be back in court. melinda: the hollywood actors out pushing for votes. ben: but first weather watch 12 as we take a live look outside. some fog in parts of southeast wisconsin today. we're keeping an eye on conditions as you make your weekend plans. good morning and welcome to wisn 12 news this morning. i'm ben wagner. melinda: and i'm melinda
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let's start with the forecast. meteorologist sally severson is in the weather center. sally: we are talking about fog. i'm in with jeremy nelson. the thing about nine -- about now and 9:00, -- that is happening after 7:30. clear skies elsewhere. between 9:00 and 4:00, everybody is talking sunshine and temperatures in the low visibility away from the lake quite variable. .3 of a mile at burlington. sheboygan reporting nine mile visibility. airport visibility is pretty good as well. 36 and elm grove. 39 at dave you. -- at bayview. meteorologist jeremy nelson, we


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